Rollin' Like Sisyphus

To Which Direction Does Your Conspiracy Dress?

Posted in The Fail Pail by Huckleberry on March 16, 2016

Trump Train Trundles On, All Stops Between Here And Doomsday!

He’s done a good job of trapping the GOP into a tight corner, where their only options are to acquiesce or rig the game, and they’ve done a precious amount of saber-rattling as concerns the latter, up to and including one unnamed GOP big shit insisting that the Party chooses the nominee, not the voters, and that the whole thing is a sham for the hoi polloi. Which many of us here already knew, but it’ll be a hoot and a holler to watch those stuffed shirts burn down their own house while their still inside on the grounds that they get to choose the form of their destruction, and not anyone else.
And give it up for them. For all the consternation that they’re “cucks” selling out at every available opportunity for short-term political advantage and power, they’ve been remarkably stalwart on one specific principle – you inbred hicks are NOT going to tell THEM what to do. Shit only rolls in one direction, mouthbreathers.
Despite the many annoyances I have with the Red Pill Window Lickers Bridgade that keeps insisting that IMMIGRATION is the only issue that matters anymore, I will say that for the Established GOP Political Class, this is undeniably true. They will not bend even a little bit on the one issue where most of the party wants the exact opposite of what they’re getting.
The obvious question is why?
The less obvious and more pertinent question is why now?
Because the money’s going funny and the launch window’s narrowing.
Or is it?
I’m going to level with you. I hate conspiracy theorists but love good conspiracy theories.
Usually the two are hardly ever in the same room together, so it rarely gets awkward.
Lately, however, everything seems like a conspiracy, wheels within wheels, a horrible shit-stained onion that’s just layer after layer of tear-inducing madness, and it just doesn’t seem reserved for crazy people anymore.
It’s actually happening.
Look, when your nice, normal, well-within-the-mainstream mother-in-law greets the news of Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s death with “that’s probably a hit” (and that’s before the pillow-over-the-face news broke) you know we’re quite a few paces beyond the pale here.
It’s not nothing that just days after a group of people with purported influence gathered to plot the fall of Trump a weird series of events transpired, all focused around violence, the threat of violence, and the horrible, despicable “atmosphere” of the Trump phenomenon. Reporters (((manhandled))), college students throwing temper tantrums, endless, breathless commentaries published in seeming coordination about how distasteful, dangerous, and dastardly these Trump events have become.
BUT.
We are reliably informed by the Alex Jones types of the world that these conspirators are the best of the best of the best, with honors, and understand human psychology so thoroughly that they are capable of anything.
If that’s true, wouldn’t they realize that such disruptions are more likely to galvanize Trump’s support than to dissuade it? For fuck’s sake, I know less than jack shit about “human psychology” but I could tell you within five minutes of the first car lit on fire in Chicago that this would only help Trump.
So one then begins to think maybe the greater conspiracy leans in Trump’s direction; coalesce all sides into their respective camps, then let the chaos reign until the dust settles. Or perhaps a faction of the Elites recognizes that Trump is useful as a lightning rod for dirty mouthbreather anger, and can use him to discharge and exhaust that anger in a controlled way that is safe to their ultimate interests. Or, perhaps there is no greater conspiracy and everything is playing out at face value, which is a damn funny thing to consider given all of the oddities at play.
But the truth of it is, I think, that the real conspiracy, laid fairly bare by the events of the past 10 days, is that there is a concerted anti-Trump effort, but it isn’t to discredit the man. Win, lose, or draw, he’ll be just fine. No, the real target of this discrediting is TrumpFan – the millions of people who don’t ordinarily vote, will vote one time for him alone, then will disappear into the shadows of America, never to be heard from again. This is their warning shot to and about the Great Unwashed, and a not-so-subtle precursor to rounding up the troublemakers into camps.
Or not.

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  1. El Borak said, on March 16, 2016 at 18:50

    Tough if not impossible to finds a balance between these two truths:
    1) Conspiracies are everywhere, and
    2) Not everything is a conspiracy.

    That said, and perhaps more importantly, “Red Pill Window Lickers Bridgade” makes me laugh out loud every time.

  2. Doom said, on March 18, 2016 at 03:44

    Hmm? Oh, yes, considered that the hubbub is Trump drumming. Could be too, though not all of it. The trick to doing tricks is to add real, show real, and seamlessly stitch in fabrications. If there is already a war, THAT, if you are going to do it, is when to murder someone. *wink* He’d be an idiot not to use, pursue, push, and pull that. Remember, that is politics, not the Virgin Mother frock shopping. The funny thing is, Vox’s theory that they always lie… the part about then they double down? The Trump haters are proving the point. I actually think Trump read that book, and is implementing it. And well.

    Hate him all you like. Given who else is out there, I don’t see a choice. Still not sure I will vote. I did mention he is a politician, right? Funny thing? I actually think Trump started out doing this as a lark… something to write a book about someday. Thought it would be a lead balloon, then again, so did Zeppelin. There for a bit, he looked like he felt trapped. Then he seemed to just let go and run with it. If he wins, he may well be the first accidental president. Reminds me of someone else.


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