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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The eerie capitulation of South Park

A dozen years after turning him into ManBearPig, "South Park" formally apologized for mocking Al Gore's obsession with global warming. I sense something larger at play here.

Two years ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg scoffed at the idea that posts on his platform gave Donald John Trump the presidency, describing it as a “pretty crazy idea,” according to The Guardian.

He said, “Voters make decisions based on their lived experience. There is a profound lack of empathy in asserting that the only reason someone could have voted the way they did is because they saw fake news.”

A day later, he began walking that statement back. Within 10 days, he setup a Facebook censor board dominated by liberals.

Twitter already is in lock-step. You Tube (owned by Google, a subsidiary of a conglomerate based in Red China) started de-monetizing conservatives. Private enterprise in American media is looking more communist by the hour.

In May, ABC cancelled its most popular sitcom over a tweet mocking Valerie Jarrett's looks.

In June, TBS broadcast a taped and scripted monologue in which its hostess called Ivanka Trump the C-word.

In July, Jimmy Fallon apologized for having President Trump on and humanizing him. Fallon said, “I’m sorry. I don’t want to make anyone angry — I never do and I never will. It’s all in the fun of the show. I made a mistake. I’m sorry if I made anyone mad. And, looking back, I would do it differently.”

Now "South Park" capitulates.

Someone has gotten to these people. Perhaps after the election, Democrats reminded Zuckerberg and others that someday when Democrats return to power they will not be in a forgiving mood.

Businesses and executives who try to work with the president are placed on notice. Kanye West's sudden change of heart did not surprise me. Working with the president of the United States is high treason

Democrats have sentenced us to live in a cold, humorless world in which you conform or die. And you must conform to an ever changing normal. Feminists must accept men in drag as women. The proper term for vagina now is front hole.

So in calling Ivanka the C-word, Samantha Bee may yet be punished because she failed to call her a Front Hole.

No one is safe from this mob.

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  1. This can’t go on much longer, Big D. Are you a Pre-Tribulation guy or Post-Trib?

  2. "Back! Back! I am your creator!"

    -Mikey NTH

  3. "Kanye West's sudden change of heart did not surprise me. Working with the president of the United States is high treason."

    Hmmm. Working against the president gets you on Trumpenfreude List; working with him gets you on the Trumpenfreude list. Sigh, talking about both sides of your mouth ..... again.

    1. It's not that they work for or against the President. It's the result. And those who work against the President find out pretty fast who's in charge! Don does not talk out of both sides of his mouth. He makes no bones about his positions on things, unlike too many politicians, journalists, and just plain liberals.

    2. Lying out of both sides of your mouth again.

    3. That makes him different from Obama, Hillary, GWB, Clinton, GHWB, Reagan...

      ...How, exactly?

  4. The big platforms are forming into a bloc just like we have already seen in Europe over the past 30 or so years. People are getting shut out of speech platforms and jobs because of wrongthink by the very people who used to so admire Ralph Waldo Emerson ("Whoso would be a man must be a nonconformist"). But then again, they wouldn't be libs if they weren't the biggest hypocrites in the world. Heck, they would berate him for using the word "man" in a positive light.

    We're basically going to have to leave all the big platforms and form our own. Wondering when you will be deplatformed by Wordpress.

    1. Gab has replaced Twitter.
      Minds has replaced Fakebook.
      Brighteon has replaced youtube.

  5. ...and yesterday, via Twitter, Trump clearly stated that he has Comcast in his sights. In fact, you could argue that each of Trump’s tweets since returning from France are statements of challenge to Thise who challenge America and statements of support for those who support America. The battle lines are being drawn, on Trump’s terms.


    1. Man, I hope he ratchets up the MAGA and continues to smash the American America Haters. I am on board, and I suggest that the rest of you get your boarding passes. NOW....

  6. I think there are multiple things at play here but it all comes back to globalism or more specifically a global oligarchy. Right now, the Democrats use their lockstep media arm as the most common bludgeon to keep everyone in camp and on message.

    South Park most likely acquiesced to the Left's "nice show you got there, too bad if something happened to it." For example, a sponsor "boycott" campaign. If they don't fall into line then the media would sound the call for action by couching it as news that organizers around the country are pressuring sponsors -- list follows -- to drop South Park. Short list of other possibilities: Pressure from corporate higher-ups, the threat of social and professional ostracism, threats from the social media overlords and/or a Democrat inspired governmental review.

    Zuckerberg and messengers like him get a slightly different treatment, I think. They are reminded that not only could bad things happen politically but if he wants to be considered for a seat at the, let's call it Rothschilds', global kiddie table he better straighten up. Ostracism probably fits in here somewhere also.

    Permitting monopolies to thrive especially in their ownership of media outlets doesn't look like a great idea now, does it? Especially when the most influential of them all share the same political ideology.

    The bottom line: The Democrats/media are just tools that on behalf of their global corporate benefactors make sure that everybody knows that to get along you better go along. After that it's just a matter of attrition.

  7. In all tyrannies there is only one party. The rest of us get to pretend that we have a voice.

  8. Are you guys SURE that Matt and Trey aren't just yankin' Gore's chain again here?

    1. I hope...but lets not pretend these guys are knights in shining armor just because they mock politics. They're just guys. They can be "got to" like anyone else. And they've been softening their attacks on stupidity in general and focusing more on their (innate) Leftist position...

  9. South Park was funny and edgy when they started. They relentlessly mocked the Left. Then a few years ago something changed. They became increasingly PC and as a result unfunny. I think this is the last season I'll be watching. They've gone the way of the Simpsons.

  10. I $urmi$e you are Po$$iby on to $omething

  11. For a smile, I suggest checking out Joe Dan Gorman having fun with the media, the leftists and Dems (but I repeat myself) in his videos at

    Each video is perhaps 30-minutes long, and is made up of a series of clips, each clip being from a few seconds to maybe a minute long. Also, listen closely to the music for each clip. But.... bring a towel! For me, the first clip or two I was thinking "What the....?", then after a couple more I started to smile, after a couple more I had a big grin on my face, and by the end of it I had Tears.... of Laughter!.... running down my cheeks!

    Watch..... and Enjoy!

  12. Nah. South Park this season is merely resurrecting characters from the past, like Manbearpig, Towelie and Mr. Hankey. They are in no way genuflecting before Gopre's climate alarmism.

  13. Frunts, formerly "Cat lady crazy".

  14. Just found your site via, woodpile report.
    I would like to see a new network emerge and NOT be on cable. I have antenna TV and would be so so glad if a conservative station would start broadcasting over the air. It doesn't necessarily have to be all conservative but, at least tout all the good things trumps policies have done for the country. Being over the air, the channel doesn't have to go through a lot of hoopla to air and, anyone with a $49.99 antenna can pick it up.
    Last man standing is going a little to the left but is still staying in right column for now.

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    2. don't think Last Man is going to the left, but it is allowing the Left to speak (via Vanessa and Mandy [the original smokin' Mandy, the Canuck, and Kristin], showing that conservatives (traditionalists, originalists, realists) do NOT try to shut down opposition viewpoints, even though they are wrong IMHO. They (we) are not afraid of free speech.....