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History Repeating Itself

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on December 6, 2019 by andelino

Yes, history. A World War, millions dead, followed by a harsh and punitive Armistice and Treaty guaranteed to wreak economic ruin on a defeated people. Years of social and economic instability follow with a weak Federal Government unable to deal with basic social problems including hyperinflation, hunger, massive unemployment, violent political clashes on the streets and a crippling worldwide economic depression. Then along came Trump….Yep, the United States today is just like Hitler’s Germany, eerily so, almost Shakewellian. 

Looks like history is repeating itself in 2020.

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2019 Graduation

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on June 21, 2019 by andelino

The Only “Safe” Commencement Speech for “Snowflake” graduates by Barack & Michelle Obama

Good morning and congratulations!

I sincerely believe that most of you came to college with a desire to learn and be prepared for your future. But many of your teachers have skills and ideas that are proscribed by coercive politically correct bureaucrats.

However, you are all victims of a colossal scam for which your parents have anted up colossal sums of money.

You have been ensconced in an academic gulag where you have been programmed and robbed of the intellectual dexterity it takes to listen to, consider and debate opinions that are contrary to those into which you are being indoctrinated.

You abjure capitalism without understanding that everything you own, buy, wear, ride and text on — and that includes your Che Guevara t-shirts — are available to you because capitalism provides the funds for research, development and production.

Even the organic vegetables you consume so virtuously, not to mention those windmills and solar panels, depend on capital investment.

 You mock religious Creationists, but many of you are worshippers in the cult of global warming without even being aware of the vast scientific research that debunks it.

Many of you call yourselves “woke” and “alert to injustice in society, especially racism” but sanction the racist hypocrisy of organizations that promote libel, boycott and divestment from a freewheeling democracy like Israel, while giving Ilhan Omar and Tlaib a ” freedom of speech” pass.

You raise your fists in solidarity with “Black Lives Matter” but have no interest in the genocides and famines that are perpetrated on hapless millions of black people in Africa.

There is no calamity, no atrocity, no failure of a system, no tyranny that you have not been taught to trace to a “root cause” in American greed or complicity. Patriotism and nationalism are evil, but you give socialism a wide berth ignoring its documented failures.

Almost everything you learn to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree is indexed to gender and race. Oh, and by the way, “Bachelor” is a male noun. Will that word also be scrubbed from your diplomas?

You wish to make simple pronouns “gender fluid” while ignoring the barbarism inflicted on millions of women by Shariah laws. Will it really ameliorate their suffering if you call them “hirs?”

You have lost the fun of flirting without p.c. opprobrium and ridiculous accusations that trivialize real abuse. And, you reduce all expressions of gratitude, admiration or even condolence to illiterate texts.

 You are coddled and babied in the most cynical and self-indulgent way with “safe spaces” to avoid any words, images, or persons that “trigger” your vapors.

In conclusion, my advice to you is simple. The word commencement means a start. Go forth and free your mind from the cant to which it has been hostage for four years.

And grow up!

Commencement speech to the 2019 graduating class of Snowflakes…

Your Mom said you were too smart to dig ditches so you went to college…

Britain’s Army

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on January 16, 2019 by andelino

Britain’s Army Needs “Compassionate Snowflakes” according to a “barmy army” advertising attempt.

Britain’s army is on the hunt for the next generation of recruits to fill the large, emptying shoes of what has been one of the most prestigious military forces in history. The campaign posters that have been chosen for such a mission, though, might strike some with surprise:

“Behold the new $1.9 million campaign designed to lure the modern young man and woman into the armed services: the “snowflakes,” “phone zombies” and “class clowns.” Some young people, however, are finding the campaign to be a bit unbelievable.”

BBC took to the streets to ask young people what they thought:

The British Army’s new recruitment campaign targets “snowflakes,”phone zombies,” and “Selfie addicts” – What do people think? — BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) January 3, 2019

That’s not to say many young people today aren’t just as the posters describe—“me me me,” “Selfie addicts,” “binge gamers.” What’s shocking is that rather than showing the intent to whip recruits into shape, these posters actually embrace these traits! Stating that the British Army needs compassionate snowflakes—focused phone-zombies—confident Selfie-addicts.

These new posters drew inspiration from the classic World War i Lord Kitchener posters, with some key differences. One is that the Kitchener poster declares, “Your country needs you.”

The new posters read, “Your army needs you.” This helps solves the problem that many young people in modern, deeply multicultural Britain don’t actually feel loyal to the country. The distinction may help new recruits feel more comfortable entering a separate entity.

Further, this phraseology highlights another change in direction in appealing to a new generation. The BBC spoke on the subject with Imperial War Museum curator Alex Walton:

“Ms. Walton says the themes of modern recruitment campaigns remain very different to those of the past. While the original Lord Kitchener image, along with other posters from the period, appeal to a sense of duty and obligation, today the focus tends to be on the opportunity for personal development,” she says.

So rather than encouraging recruits to have an outward focus of service, sacrifice and duty, the new-and-improved appeal is for an inward focus of self-development and self-service.

Then there’s simply the difference in the appearance of the figures themselves. Kitchener strikes a stern pose, pointing accostingly at the reader. Contrarily, the new posters depict faces that are generally quite neutral and soft. But in appealing to “snowflakes,” one certainly doesn’t want to appear stern, much less point at them.

Furthermore, the six different posters—a different individual on each—present a full “racial and gender” spread.

Surely many Britons are shaking their heads over this approach. It’s certainly left me “gob smacked”—and I’m well inside the target age bracket for this campaign.

Understandably, it has left one of the figures shown on the posters—the “snowflake” man—absolutely livid. A Scots Guardsman, he is now resigning from the Army, having not been told that his photo was to be used in this way.

Thanks to the Army’s new “cushy” postulating, he has faced a deluge of ridicule. Other soldiers in the Army have been left fuming at the “humiliation” of their profession by the simplistic campaign.

What were they thinking? The Army is desperate for new recruits and evidently pulling out all the stops to try to entice anyone to make up for the 8,000-plus shortfall in soldiers, air personnel and sailors.

But really? What does Russian President Vladimir Putin, with his “blood-and-guts” Spetsnaz, think? What about Iran’s ayatollah and his Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps? “Compassionate snowflakes” vs. Islamic State headhunters?

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that the Army has released such an ad campaign. This time last year, the Army ran a series of television ads as part of its “This Is Belonging” campaign, addressing questions such as: “Can I be gay in the Army?”, “What if I get emotional?” and “Can I practice Islam in the Army?” 

It’s no surprise they used cartoon images in the advertisement. It evidently would have been a better option this time around, too. Again, we ask, what has happened?

As Charles Moore wrote in the Telegraph, the Army is to “defend Queen and country, and, where necessary, fight and kill their enemies. … In the ‘What We Stand For’ section of the Army’s official website, ‘courage,’ ‘loyalty’ and ‘professional behavior’ are rightly mentioned, but fighting, killing, the Queen and Britain are not.”

What has happened to what was one of the most “powerful, legendary and feared forces on planet Earth?”

Britain has become a “laughingstock” before some terrifying enemies. And it is about to be “swallowed” up by them.

Just another nail in Britain’s coffin.

Save The Snowflakes

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on January 5, 2017 by andelino



America’s “Snowflakes” are melting, and this time, “global warming” isn’t to blame.

What happens when America’s “political system” shifts to the Right? America’s precious young “snowflakes” lose their minds, and folks, this is no “laughing” matter!

Our nation’s “snowflakes” are being cared for by “colleges and universities” across the country.

These schools – no, “HEROES” – are financially supporting “cry-ins, hot chocolate, bubbles, kittens, puppies and ponies, crayons, and Play-Doh” to comfort these “wounded” snowflakes.

Some schools even “canceled” exams and classes to “ensure” that America’s snowflakes are “treated” with extra “care and understanding” during these “difficult” times.

But clearly, it’s not “enough.” State budgets cannot be expected to “bear” this burden alone.

It’s going to take a far more “sustainable” funding source to ensure “special” snowflakes have the “emotional” support they need.

In response, we here at the “Media Research Center” have launched the “Save the Snowflakes” project to respond to this “emergency” and bring crucial attention to this “devastating” human crisis.

We need your “contributions” right now to keep America’s snowflakes from “melting” away.

For the price of a “pumpkin spice latte” per week, you can help these snowflakes find “solace” in their “safe” spaces, far away from “microaggressions and campus triggers” like conservative ideas, facts, logic, or any “opposing” views.

The media may not choose to expose this “atrocity,” but the Media Research Center, through our “Save the Snowflakes” initiative, is doing much more – “we’re taking action!”

We won’t rest until we “save” each and every special snowflake from the “horrors” of exposure to things they “simply do not agree with.”

Donate today, share your donation, our MRCTV video, and this page with your family and friends, and remember: your feelings matter, but their feelings matter more. … s-campaign
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Happy Holidays

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 25, 2016 by andelino


The phrase “Happy Holidays” doesn’t go far enough in the quest for total “inclusiveness,” according to one “leftist” professor at “Texas Woman’s University” (TWU).


In a letter to the TWU community, professor Mark Kessler offered up some “new phrases” to use in place of “Holiday” to avoid offending any “snowflakes” among us.


Ridiculous phrases like “end of semester party” or more technical ones like “end of fiscal year party.”

Consider “naming the party,” if it is scheduled for December, without using the word “‘holiday.”

“Holiday”connotes “religious tradition” and may not “apply” to all employees. For educational institutions, a December gathering may instead be called an“end of semester” party.

For a business office, an “end of fiscal year” party may be more appropriate. What about those whose “fiscal year ends” in June?


Essentially, the entire letter advises “excluding” all things remotely associated with “Christmas,” even secular imagery like “snowflakes or evergreen trees.”

It might as well just be titled an “Atheist’s Christmas Manifesto” since it clearly wishes to “eradicate” Christmas without outright coming out and saying it.

Avoid “religious” symbolism, such as “Santa Claus, evergreen trees or a red nosed reindeer,” which are associated with “Christmas” traditions, when “sending” out announcements or “decorating” for the party.

Excellent alternatives are “snowmen or winter themes” not directly associated with a particular “holiday or religion.”


Avoid “playing” music associated with a “faith” tradition, such as Christmas “carols.” Consider a playlist of “popular, celebratory party” music instead.

Plan a “menu” that does not symbolize a particular “religious” holiday, for example, “red and green sugar cookies shaped like Christmas trees.”

But don’t forget to consider menu items that reflect “dietary” preferences and requirements of “non-majority” groups in your organization, such as “halal, kosher, soul food.”


Kessler finishes his “proposal” by advising the party be a “learning” experience where each and every “person” of faith, “agnostics and atheists” included, shares his or her “favorite” holiday and what it “means” to them.

He also makes sure to mention to “bring dishes and decorations representative of as many traditions and dietary preferences as possible” and “choose a multicultural playlist that reflects all faith traditions.”



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Election Horribilis

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 29, 2016 by andelino


I’m sure everyone remembers the Hillary rally video about accepting election results.

“That’s horrifying. That’s not the way our democracy works. We’ve been around 240 years. We’ve had free and fair elections and we’ve accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them and that is what must be expected of anyone standing on a debate stage during a general election. President Obama said the other day that when you’re whining before the game is even finished it just shows you’re not even up to doing the job. “

She added, “And let’s be clear about what he’s saying and what he means. He’s denigrating—he’s talking down our democracy. I for one am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our major two parties would take that kind of position. I truly doubt he has ever read the Constitution.”

Although not “horrifying” enough to prevent her from supporting “recounts” herself now that she’s lost “fair and square.”

Hillary Clinton’s campaign will “participate” in vote recounts of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan if they take place in order to ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all sides.”

Because “fairness” is a core principle for “liberals” of all stripes and colors.

And I’m also sure you remember how “horrified” The Washington Post was when they “discovered” that Hillary “lost” because of Russian-backed “fake news sites” like Drudge.


In yet another outbreak of “disappointus horribilis,” the snowflakes too are “horrified” that their preferred “candidate” lost. Even if they didn’t bother to actually drag their sorry asses to the polls to vote for her.

Thanks to “self-esteem” curriculum’s in place since their “conception” they’ve never experienced “loss” before.


Perhaps I’ve become “desensitized” to all things “horribilis” over these past eight years or so, but I don’t find any of these things even “mildly” horrible; does that make me “deplorable?”

There is however one thing that still causes me to “quake” in my mukluks, the “thought” of having to look at this “mug shot” everyday for the next 4 years.


That “cracks” me up and makes me proud of “crooked” Hillary who reminds us all of our “duty” to threaten democracy.


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Tough Love Tuesday

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2016 by andelino



How about a big dose of “tough love” for all the pathetic college crybabies in mourning over the “election” results?

After the Trump victory, several American colleges are “cancelling classes/exams” and offering their little snowflakes “grief counseling.”


Barnard College, at Columbia University, a women’s “liberal arts” college based in New York City, has given professors the opportunity to “cancel classes” and is offering students counseling after the “heightened emotions” caused by the election.

”The Barnard faculty is well aware that you may be struggling, and they are here for you,” read an email from the college president and dean.


Columbia University hosted at least five such “counseling” spaces, only one of which was “advertised” before the results came in, to help students “process” what just happened.

Harvard University hosted a “post-election discussion and reflection for students of color” according to a “mental health” representative at the college.


American University is also holding a vigil for students “who needed a quiet, safe place to reflect and talk” about the election Wednesday.

A Yale University professor made an exam “optional” to allow his students to “cope” with their psychological “devastation” from Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election.


Dozens of students at Cornell University gathered on a major campus thoroughfare for a “cry-in” to mourn the results of the 2016 presidential election Wednesday, with school staff providing “tissues and hot chocolate.”

At Tufts University, arts and crafts were on offer. And the University of Kansas reminded students via social media of the “therapy dogs” available for comfort.


Plymouth State University community advisor Kirsten Elizabeth is doing what she can to help students “cope” with their emotions following Tuesday’s “historic” election.

“Today during my office hours, 4PM to 7PM, I will be bringing my personal coloring books, crayons, markers and colored pencils for anyone to use in order to DE-stress and relax from the election results,” she posted to Facebook.

“Please do not hesitate to reach for help, whether it is to me, the rest of the Community Advisor and Residential Life University Apartment staff, the Counseling Center, the Helping Center, your friends and family or your professors,” Elizabeth wrote. “None of you are alone.”


An astronomy lecturer at the University of Maryland canceled a test scheduled for Wednesday morning, writing to students that he “worried some of their performances may be affected by “the monumental effort necessary to accept what must be a personally threatening election result.”

A professor at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, also “canceled” his Wednesday class. He told the 11 students in his PhD. “statistics” course on election night that “they didn’t have to come if they didn’t want to.”


North Carolina State  offered “counseling services” for those who need it after a presidential election. Let that “sink” in.

At Penn State, one student even reported that her friend was “forced” to teach her physics class after the professor had to “dismiss” herself to receive counseling over the election result.


University of Michigan students occupied the school’s library where they held a “candlelight” vigil to protest Trump’s victory.

Professors at the University of Connecticut, University of Rochester and Iowa State University cancelled classes because they simply couldn’t “face” the day.


“My prof canceled class to pull herself together after the election…@UW I’m paying a lot of fucking money to go to this damn school.” — Cale Woyvodich (@Cale_Woyvodich) November 9, 2016

At the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Trump’s Alma mater, Jennifer Hutchens and Engineering junior Allison Caramico agreed, saying that they spent election night “crying with members of their sorority.”

Waking up in the morning, they “felt” that the only way they could keep themselves from “breaking down” again was to take action by joining a “solidarity” walk.


Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) in Maryland are offering therapy to students upset at President-elect Donald Trump’s victory. A message from superintendent Jack R. Smith states MCPS’s intent to assist “our staff and students in processing the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election.”

“Counselors are available to help students process any concerns or feelings they have about the election. Curricular resources have been provided to assist teachers in discussing the election,” the letter states.


Little snowflakes from Berkeley High School, CA stormed out of class with their teachers. “Safe space” rooms at high schools and college campuses all over America are reporting “severe” overcrowding.

Due to “unprecedented” demands, America Campuses no longer will be able to supply “safe space” rooms for those in need of a “smack.

So, for all you little “snowflakes” who are either “suicidal or homicidal” or both as a result of the Trump “victory”


Even the “Mainstream Media” can’t keep it together.

I feel their “pain” and “love” every minute of it. These “snowflakes” need to get a handle on “themselves” before President Trump has to start “medicating” the school water supply.

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Blizzard of Snowflakes

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on October 28, 2016 by andelino


Infantile skittishness on campus is not confined to just politically correct and so-called “diversity” issues, as bad as that is.

As a recent Wall Street Journal article pointed out, college students are now literally flooding “mental-health” centers on campus year round for “anything and everything.”

Here’s some of what the Journal found. At Ohio State University, a clinical psychologist holds a well-attended “Beating Anxiety” workshop twice a week.

To “defuse” anxiety, the students are advised to “exercise,” get more sleep, and refrain from “catastrophic thoughts” brought about things like an upcoming physics “exam” or if my friend doesn’t “text” me back right away, he/she does not “like” me anymore?

It gets worse.

On the same day as the “Beat Anxiety”‘ workshop at Ohio State, the counseling center also put on its third annual “Recess” event.

On a grassy lawn, there are tents where students can make “balloon animals, blow bubbles and play with therapy dogs” and a large colorful parachute.

This event is “designed” to help students relieve “stress” and introduce them to the “counseling” center services and staff in a fun way.


If you’re like me, you’re probably “puzzled” by this childish display and “horrified” to think that these people are “allowed” to vote.

But the last line in the above quote might be the true reason for this “Recess” — that is, it’s to drum up business for the “counseling” infrastructure that is growing like “topsy” at colleges and universities across the nation.

And “growing” it is. The Journal reports that Ohio State has seen a “43% jump” in the past five years in the number of students being “treated” at the university’s counseling center. To handle this “surge in demand,” 12 additional staff members were “hired,” bringing the total providing “clinical” services to 65.

And please don’t think Ohio State is an outlier. The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) experienced a “36% increase” in demand for counseling service in the last seven years. At the University of Central Florida (Orlando), the increase has been a whopping “12% increase”each year for the past ten years.


A 2016 survey by the American College Health Association found that “17%” of college students were diagnosed with or treated for “anxiety” problems during the past year, and nearly 14% were diagnosed with or treated for “depression. “

And speaking of “demand” for counseling services, don’t think that this “trend” will not manifest itself more strongly than ever in mandated “health insurance” policies. Move over “cancer and heart” disease; make room for “anxiety and depression” counseling — the “Snowflakes” are here.


What accounts for this “trend” on campus?

The counseling “experts” say that more students are coming to college with long “psychiatric” histories. (Oh brother!) And then there’ are reasons like the economy, the cost of college, student debt, social media, and “a so-called helicopter parenting style that doesn’t let adolescence experience failure” that is creating anxiety in the students.

Whatever the reason, the “Snowflakes” are descending on our colleges and universities like a “blizzard” in Buffalo. Laugh at the Snowflakes if you want, but this is not “funny.” Culture leads politics, and these “ever-so-sensitive” souls will soon be “influencing” the path our society follows as their generation “replaces” the previous generations.

One can argue that a process akin to “natural” selection will see to it that only the more “robust” among the current “college” generation will “rise” to leadership positions. I say yes and no.

First off, we live in a “democratic” republic. This means “votes” count. Do you think America would have “disgraced” itself with the election of the likes of Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and maybe now Hillary Clinton if much of the “voter” bases hadn’t already been “dumped” down and “corrupted” starting in 1960s?

To one degree or another, the Snowflakes will help “decide” who gets elected, and their “bias will always be towards “softness, accommodation, wishful thinking, and avoiding conflict and difficult choices at all cost.”


Secondly, it may be true that Snowflakes are not likely to “rise” to the pinnacle of leadership. But we have to “realize” that there are many thousands of “leadership” positions scattered throughout society, not just the “high-visibility” ones seen in the media.

All organizations and institutions have leadership “positions” within them at various levels. And there, many a “college-educated” Snowflakes will be embedded with his/her “ingrained” outlook on life.

That cannot help but “affect” things.

The question I cannot answer is this: “Are the Snowflakes a harbinger of what lies in store for America, or will they be melted by the reality of life and thus mature and grow up so as to function as responsible citizens in a representative republic? “

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