Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Ramble on "real politics" and other oxymorons....

However, given cultural factors and current realpolitik, this may be a bit too ambitious.


Have you considered lobbying the "perceptions are reality" folks in charge of mainstream American culture to get Kim Kardashian to go over to the Iranians to make peace and what not?  I think she's still in Israel now.  So it's not that far.

(And once she's there, perhaps she and Kanye "North by Northwest" West could just stay there to enrich Persian culture with the multiculturalism that she's been acculturated with by "Hollywood.")

"Cultural factors" for the military industrial establishment and the corporate media that they own or have to approve of in America.  (E.g., the Pentagon approving movies... etc.)

Their Argo and Wag the Dog type stuff combined with the Jewish multicultural free rainbows that the Empire of Entertainment has been using for a while... actually works to some degree in reality, I guess. 

I'm a critic.  But if it works on the masses to create their sense of reality and get them into wars and what not, it works.  I wonder how long it will keep working.  Because ratings for the show and America's corporate/state run media seem to getting lower by the day...  so what are they going to do?  (Answer, apparently they're going to create a star studded movie about antisemitism... Episode XX.)

I no longer see much of the corporate media in America so sometimes it's hard to figure out what your "perceptions are a reality show" amounts to.  I should probably try to watch it more.  But it's usually just too dumb.

Side note in all this:
Iranian-Americans, or Persian-Americans, are Americans of Iranian ancestry or people possessing Iranian and American dual citizenship. Iranian-Americans are among the highest-educated people in the United States.[11][12] They have historically excelled in business, academia, the sciences, arts, and entertainment – but have traditionally shied away from participating in American politics and other civic activities.  --Wikipedia
They probably need a lobby group.  Perhaps an unregistered foreign lobby group, like AIPAC?  American Iranian Public Affairs Committee?

There probably already is one but:
The Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) is a United States law (22 U.S.C. § 611 et seq.) passed in 1938 requiring that agents representing the interests of foreign powers in a "political or quasi-political capacity" disclose their relationship with the foreign government and information about related activities and finances. The purpose is to facilitate "evaluation by the government and the American people of the statements and activities of such persons." The law is administered by the FARA Registration Unit of the Counterespionage Section (CES) in the National Security Division (NSD) of the United States Department of Justice.[1] As of 2007 the Justice Department reported there were approximately 1,700 lobbyists representing more than 100 countries before Congress, the White House and the federal government.[2]--Wikipedia
  Has AIPAC registered yet?  I forget.

 In the meantime it would seem that conservaliberatarians/Americans, bringing together anyone from Mr. Moseley and cosmo Kim Kardashian with Kanye "North West" and what not:  "Groups don't exist!  Quick, into the melting pot...  I'm not from the South...  watch this rainbow!!!"

Uh.  Yes groups do exist and they're very real.  After all, otherwise most Americans wouldn't be so anxious to diversify the descendents of North Western tribes out of existence while creating new forms of culture and new groups of people. 

"Cultural factors" = people are now being turned into "economic units" whose most important identity is LGBT and similar frivolity.  It seems unlikely this can last, like the Cathedrals of the tribes of the North have and so on. 

But it has sort of "almost" lasted so far, if you don't pay attention to the veterans committing suicide and so forth once the reality show offered to them by Zionists and assorted frivolous, multicultural people turns out not to be reality.

So there is that.

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