The Leftids’ Starship (‘Faith of the Faithless’)

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In the original Planet of the Apes, Charlton Heston takes a one-way voyage in a starship because he hopes to find “something better” than our Earth.

Leftids still seek something better; and they have a starship, too.

Faith of the Faithless

Their voyage to Utopia will be aboard the all-powerful, all-devouring State. What would you even call it? Science and Government and brute force and madness all rolled into one!

But when you turn away from God, sooner or later you find an idol.

‘”Depraved” Starts Here’ (2018)

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I suppose it’s natural for people to be fascinated by a notorious murder. After all, murder is the polar opposite of everything a human society ought to be.

But this is taking it more than a bit too far:

‘Depraved’ Starts Here

Yes! For real vacation thrills, you can stay at the Lizzie Borden house–it’s a bed & breakfast now–and even sleep in the bedroom where Lizzie’s stepmother was hacked to death. And if that ain’t enough, they’ve got a gift shop, too! You can buy bobble-head Lizzies with cute little axes.

I hope I don’t know anyone who’d want to do this. I mean, can you say “ghoulish”?

 

It’s Not As Much Fun As You Think

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Sure you wanna go where this bus is goin’?

School boards acting like German officers occupying France. Critical Race Theory. College. Transgender jihad. Superman’s son is a homosexual. Citizens of the world. And oh, God, transhumanism: leftist bigwigs to live forever.

Believe it or not, it’s not really all that much fun to write about this stuff. Well, I mean, given that these are all symptoms of a culture in the grip of a potentially fatal disease–and only just a few of many symptoms, at that–kind of takes the zest out of the enterprise. Like, how in the world is anybody gonna satirize this schiff?

It can get you down.

“Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?” (Psalm 2:1) “Vain” is putting it mildly. And so much of it is nothing more than babble! Pure meaningless drivel. “Our commitment to diversity–” how can you even say that without your tongue going on strike?

(And the useful idiots come swarming out of college like the zombies in Carnival of Souls, brandishing their degrees in Gender Studies, gibbering so mindlessly, they can’t even understand themselves… You really do wonder why Democrats ever have to cheat to win.)

Sun’s out! Back to my book.

 

‘Superman’ Artist Quits (He’s Disgusted)

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“We are the world! We don’t need no stinkin’ America!”

One of the artists who draws Superman for DC Comics has quit in deep disgust (https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/dccomics-superman-motto-quits/2021/10/20/id/1041345/).

“I’m tired of this shit,” the artist said, “tired of them ruining these characters.” Actually he said quite a bit more, but not in words I can print here.

First they turned Superman’s son into a sodomite. For the artist, the last straw was them changing Superman’s “truth, justice, and the American way” motto to “truth, justice, and a better tomorrow.” Now he sounds like a General Electric commercial. I thought Mr. Magoo had that franchise. But hey, we’re all Citizens Of The World nowadays! America is just so old!

In their campaign to turn America into a socialist hell-hole, leftids leave no stone unturned. No way they were gonna forget to corrupt the comic books!

Oh! And children’s books, too. Let me quote this “message” printed on a box of Kellogg’s Corn Pops (not to be confused with the ferocious gang leader once intimidated by Joe Biden, somewhere out there in the Metaverse):

“We’re excited to offer a wide variety of books, including many that reflect our commitment to diversity and a thriving, healthy planet.”

Revolting. Sickening. I don’t think I’ll buy this cereal anymore.

So Who Needs Real Reality?

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“Wow! Here in the metaverse we can fly–just like Peter Pan!”

Reports are floating around that Facebook plans to “rebrand” its parent company–change the name, that is–and you’ll never guess why, so I’ll tell you.

It’s “to move beyond social media into the metaverse, described as a virtual world achieved through virtual reality” (https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/facebook-plans-to-change-name-report-says-social-media-reacts).

What the dickens is the “metaverse”?

Oh, well! It’s “a multiverse which interoperates (?) with the real world, incorporating things like augmented reality overlays (?), VR dressing rooms for real stores, and even apps like Google maps.” Glad I cleared that up for you!

But what’s a multiverse? It’s “a hypothetical group of multiple universes.”

Excuse me, my BS detector is going off.

Everything here is man-made. It is not real. It is not reality. We used to call people “crazy” who spent a lot of their time in unreality. Now we call them “Mark Zuckerberg.” “Hypothetical” means we sort of think it might be real. Maybe.

How badly do we need this schiff? Honk if you’ve just gotta have it.

We’re gonna need a bigger loony bin.

 

Are They Selling Insanity?

(Thanks to Susan for the nooze tip)

Check out this ad for John Lewis Home Insurance: they call it “Let life happen.”

Life? This is… life? A ten-year-old boy in drag, with lipstick, running around wrecking the house. This child’s future surely includes a maximum-security psychiatric hospital. If someone doesn’t euthanize him first.

I can’t imagine what they’re selling here. “Don’t worry, you’re covered for all the damage the kid did”? But I don’t think you can buy an insurance policy that lets you off the hook for demonic possession.

Somebody, somewhere, who was paid for his advice, told the insurance company that this ad would help them sell their product.

We’re gonna need a bigger asylum.

P.S.–Their earlier ads were nothing like this. Nothing like it at all.

 

Warning Us Off Bonanza

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Now they don’t want us watching vintage TV westerns. Like Bonanza.

If you want to watch Bonanza on TVLand, first you get a bright blue screen with a warning on it:

This program contains outdated cultural depictions. Viewer discretion advised.

What? “Outdated cultural depictions”? You don’t say! Y’know, I thought there was somethin’ fishy about that show! Like, nobody had cars or cell phones. And I didn’t see one transgendered person!

Whose ridiculous idea was this? Like, maybe we might want some outdated cultural depictions, just to get out of the cultural septic tank we’re living in today. For just an hour we can pretend we’re somewhere else–a world where we aren’t perpetually nagged by imbeciles.

They don’t post warnings for shows whose contemporary cultural depictions include perversion, cruelty, and enough trash to turn the Grand Canyon into a landfill. They don’t advise viewer discretion for that.

The wokies want to reach into your living room and tell you what you can watch on TV. If they had their way, there’d be no freedom, ever, anywhere. No escape into the past. No acknowledgment that there ever even was a past. Nothing but the deadly, dreary, soul-annihilating mental landscape of their own Far Left spiritual abyss.

I pray I’ll be able to laugh at this someday, as some temporary buffoonery that has passed away forever.

New Superman… is ‘Gay’

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I can’t bring myself to illustrate this. Here are some nice puppies instead.

Culture rot on steroids.

DC Comics has announced that its new Superman, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, will be a homosexual with a “boyfriend” and will devote himself to “battling Climate Change” (https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/4002980/posts).

Can you say “Feh”?

How do you even satirize this junk? Even our comic books have gone completely feh. Are we that committed to teaching young people to be homosexuals? Why in the world would we even think of doing that?

Well, maybe this snazzy new marketing ploy will go straight down the drain–one can always hope. Marvel Comics turned The Mighty Thor into a woman with unwieldy big bazongas. How did that turn out? I never read comic books, so I don’t know and I’m not exactly on fire to explore the question.

How far does culture rot have to go before we don’t have a culture?

‘If We Did Everything the Left Thinks Is Good…’ (2018)

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Does Satan wish to bring about the extinction of the human race?

Uh… yeah.

Do libs ‘n’ progs and leftids wish to bring about the extinction of the human race?

They’ll deny it–but what if we did all those things they say we should do?

If We Did Everything the Left Thinks is Good…

None of those things they recommend as being good for us is good for us. Leftism is a religion that worships death. Abortion, assisted suicide, homosexuality, transgenderism–what? You mean they’re not the tourist traps along the devil’s freeway?

It’s Columbus Day

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Far Left Crazy is wailing and gnashing its teeth today, as normal people celebrate Christopher Columbus’ successful crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.

It was an incredibly brave thing for anyone to do in 1492, but Columbus did have grounds for believing that it could be done–sail into the west to get to the Far East. Educated persons had believed in a spherical earth for over 1,500 years. Sometime around 240 B.C., Eratosthenes accurately calculated the globe’s circumference. And in all likelihood Columbus had heard of the Norse discoveries of Vineland. So it’s hardly likely he was afraid of sailing off the edge of a flat earth.

His voyage led directly to the founding of our own country–an unrelieved disaster, according to liberals. I wonder what you’d hear if you were to sit in on public school today. Actually, I don’t wonder that hard; I think I already have a pretty good idea of what I’d hear. They’ll either pretend there never was any such person as Columbus, or indulge in an orgy of America-bashing. That’s those teachers’ unions that cost us so much freakin’ money.

As for those who believe America is a historical tragedy and a hell-hole–well, I’d buy you a ticket to Venezuela if I thought you’d stay there. But you’d only come back and complain some more.