Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan - 11

Leaders of Bullshitistan at work on Infrastructure
I. Prelude

Bullshitistan invaded the U.S.A. by way of a criminal conspiracy (e.g. Dept. of Justice Conspiracy Theories - 2).

Those invaders, as moles, thereby installed Russian type ideologues in the Whut? House (The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).

In addition to that, those moles have infested federal agencies with more Russian type ideologues.

This was conducted as a way of ransacking the nation (e.g Health Secretary Price resigns amid scandal).

The nation is now the opposite of what it once was in terms of global warming induced climate change, according to those moles (Paris climate accord: Syria to sign up, isolating US, Scott Pruitt: EPA Will Continue to Roll Back Regulations Despite Climate Report).

Thus, the whole world is now beginning to see the nation as a pariah, which could be devastating in many more ways than one (First Shots Fired In The Currency Wars - 2).

II. The Insurrection Begins

One of the main weaknesses of The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan is that they fall for their own bullshit on critical matters (Choose Your Trances Carefully, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).

For example, one of their most crippling trances is that they think that the general populace believes them, and are convinced that the fake administration of The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan is for real.

Last night's election results will not shake them out of their trance about that, but the American counter insurgency will send them back to Bullshitistan for good, and thereby "make America great once again."

III. Messages For The Clueless

From the moderator of Meet the Press:
Election Day 2017 is not complicated when you look at the results nationwide. This was about the political environment created by Donald Trump, pure and simple. Trump and Trumpism was not a winning strategy.
(Chuck Todd). The analysis of the election will continue for days and weeks, but the writing is on the wall:
A civil rights attorney who delights in suing the police is the new district attorney in Philadelphia. A democratic socialist shocked an incumbent Republican in Virginia. A black woman who prosecuted a white cop for shooting a black teen was re-elected as prosecutor. Three months after Charlottesville, a black lieutenant governor was elected in Virginia. A trans woman who focused on traffic problems knocked out a longtime culture warrior who focused on bathrooms. A criminal justice reformer flipped the Washington state Senate to Democrats. A wet bag of mulch beat a race-baiting lobbyist in Virginia by a stunning nine points. Maine voters expanded Medicaid. Long-held Republican seats in Georgia flipped in a special election. New Jersey, finished with Chris Christie, elected a Democrat in a landslide.

Facing what looked to pundits as an insurmountable 32-seat gap, Democrats are on the brink of taking back the Virginia House of Delegates, a result that now comes down to recounts.

In special elections since last November, Democrats have dramatically outperformed at the polls, though Republicans have dismissed each flipped seat as a one-off, no evidence of a pattern. Tuesday will be much harder to write off.
(The Intercept). Keep up the good work American voters.

IV. Conclusion

Americans do not like authoritarian "mental cases" in their government (The Authoritarianism of Climate Change, 2).

They will be busy eradicating The Shapeshifters of Bullshitistan in upcoming elections.

Stay tuned-in, and keep voting them out.

The next post in this series is here, the previous post in this series is here.

Lyrics to the following song available here:


  1. "It Only Took Trump One Year To Trash America’s Global Reputation" (link)

  2. Much as I dislike "our" President, that headline is non-sense, pinning all America's inherent problems on one person - like he did it all himself. No. America has been a goddamned travesty since I was in 9th grade (and arguably long before) when JFK was assassinated BY THE FUCKING CIA. There has ALWAYS been graft, corruption, greediness, back-stabbing, "me-first"-ism, NIMBY, corporate malfeasance, patriarchy, inherent racism, inherent sexism, white privilege, inherent economic/wealth distribution, flawed educational models that keep changing for the worse, TERRIBLE health-care (it's only for those that can afford it), laissez faire pollution, and militarism (often disguised as patriotism). i'll stop there, though there's lots more that I could list.

    On the other side - do you really think Hillary, after all we've seen about her (actually THEIR) shenanigans, ties to pedophiles, the whole pay-to-play model of their "leadership" (and lots more) is any better? Of course not - THEY'RE ALL CORRUPT, in it for their own gain, and live like they're something special, while we're the great unwashed and treated accordingly. Follow the money.

    Politics is inherently shady, but we don't even live in a democracy any longer (as if we ever did). The entire charade is smoke and mirrors to keep us from doing anything about anything those in power want to do. When your Justice Department at the highest levels is thoroughly involved with "the swamp" of bad actors posing as politicians, minions for the uber-wealthy, you have a BANANA REPUBLIC - which accurately describes what America is now.

    1. Tom wrote,

      "... we don't even live in a democracy any longer (as if we ever did) ..."

      Spot on.

      In a direct democracy the majority of votes prevails, which is never the case in U.S. presidential elections, including the past presidential election:

      "According to the independent, non-partisan Cook Political Report, Clinton’s final tally came in at 65,844,610, compared to Donald Trump’s 62,979,636, with a difference of 2,864,974. The total number of votes for other candidates was 7,804,213."


      In non-presidential, down-ballot elections there is direct democracy when the majority of direct votes elect a candidate.

      I think the technical term advanced by political scientists and constitutional historians is "constitutional republic" because there is both direct elections in some cases, an electoral college of voters in other cases, as well as presidential appointments approved or not by other elected officials who vote to confirm the president's nominees or not.

      My over all observation is that we are a divided nation that fits well with what the historian Toynbee observed in societies that were in the process of committing suicide:

      "In the Study Toynbee examined the rise and fall of 26 civilizations in the course of human history, and he concluded that they rose by responding successfully to challenges under the leadership of creative minorities composed of elite leaders. Civilizations declined when their leaders stopped responding creatively, and the civilizations then sank owing to the sins of nationalism, militarism, and the tyranny of a despotic minority."

      (Etiology of Social Dementia - 17).

  3. 'Climate change' and 'global warming' are disappearing from government websites (Vox)

    Will they stoop into more and more dicktatorial authoritarianism as the Dylan song lyrics depict?

    "At midnight all the agents
    And the superhuman crew
    Come out and round up everyone
    That knows more than they do

    (Desolation Row)

  4. Was the story of Atlantis a vision of the future? (link)

    It is happening now.