INSANE CLOWN PRESIDENT?

Book TVMatt Taibbi was just on BookTV talking about his 2017 book INSANE CLOWN PRESIDENT. Among the interesting things he said was that Fox News under Roger Ailes has done one thing to change the world of US politics: to make it impossible to compromise on anything, or to be friends with anyone who doesn’t agree with you politically. He made the comparison with asking Minnesota Vikings fans to not be Minnesota Vikings fans anymore. “Not going to happen.” Interesting that he mentions the Vikings, who were cruel and “very, very” unusual too. His point is what I’ve been saying all along, in attempts to promo the Coffee Party, (which actually does exist—and which no one ever mentions—believing 100% that the two-party system will be around until America falls off the Flat Earth around 2019, due to melting ice caps and Yellowstone exploding to levitate us toward the edge…see The “History” Channel or Youboob.) Hey, Matt, a more accurate book title might be GAME SHOW PRESIDENT. Trump is not insane, he’s a narcissist and borderline sociopath pretending to be a Christian of the Creflo Dollar ilk. (God wants you to be rich now…Jesus never really liked poor people much anyway, or as Trump interprets it, “losers.”) Taken together with other books mentioned on Book TV, including by Hunter S. Thompson and Neil Postman, if you add Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World you have the answer: we have moved from desiring the goodness of being liked to the goal of being top dog in the dog fights everyone bets on and shouts about. “Losers” are those who are eaten alive, twitching in pools of blood. (Like the movie 300 or the UFC.) If you’re not rich by whatever means (including war) you “lose,” meaning you DESERVE death. This is also Putin’s view, mixing up his version of Jim Jones Koolaid for anyone who disagrees. Trump has also said this: “The point is to win. You say and do whatever it takes.” Being honest or good? That’s for sissies and “nut jobs.” BTW, there are no tapes, folks. Trump is going to say “I never said there were. What I said was ‘you better hope there aren’t.’” It’s a game show, for ratings. You cherry pick whatever works, deny the rest, and watch as your brand gets more valuable. (Kinda like the Kardashians, while wearing furs ripped from living animals.) Once everything is a game (and it all is, now, sadly) the most important thing is to bludgeon the other side in a quivering mound of crimson flesh…and then turn on ESPN… While preaching how righteous you are, meaning those on “the other side” of the gridiron deserve the concussions you have administered. —Ryback Solomon

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Matt’s book from the publisher: In twenty-five pieces from Rolling Stone—plus two original essays—Matt Taibbi tells the story of Western civilization’s very own train wreck, from its tragicomic beginnings to its apocalyptic conclusion. Years before the clown car of candidates was fully loaded, Taibbi grasped the essential themes of the story: the power of spectacle over substance, or even truth; the absence of a shared reality; the nihilistic rebellion of the white working class; the death of the political establishment; and the emergence of a new, explicit form of white nationalism that would destroy what was left of the Kingian dream of a successful pluralistic society.

Taibbi captures, with dead-on, real-time analysis, the failures of the right and the left, from the thwarted Bernie Sanders insurgency to the flawed and aimless Hillary Clinton campaign; the rise of the “dangerously bright” alt-right with its wall-loving identity politics and its rapturous view of the “Racial Holy War” to come; and the giant fail of a flailing, reactive political media that fed a ravenous news cycle not with reporting on political ideology, but with undigested propaganda served straight from the campaign bubble. At the center of it all stands Donald J. Trump, leading a historic revolt against his own party, “bloviating and farting his way” through the campaign, “saying outrageous things, acting like Hitler one minute and Andrew Dice Clay the next.” For Taibbi, the stunning rise of Trump marks the apotheosis of the new postfactual movement.

Taibbi frames the reporting with original essays that explore the seismic shift in how we perceive our national institutions, the democratic process, and the future of the country. Insane Clown President is not just a postmortem on the collapse and failure of American democracy. It offers the riveting, surreal, unique, and essential experience of seeing the future in hindsight.

Nut Job James Comey Believes Earth is Flat

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he has seen things you     people     wouldn’t believe
attack dogs on fire 
off the shoulder of the road

see his high beams stab the dark
near the tan guard house of orion     studios

lost in time he cries now     in the rain
knowing the good die           sean young

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“Goo goo, Ga Ga.”

National Weather Service to be Axed

Omen

Funding to the National Weather Service will be discontinued under Trump’s administration, and the money diverted to the Institute for World Domination, as part of a proposed Pentagon End Times Office. “The only barometer we need is the DOW,” Pence told Leonardo DiCaprio. “Just stick your middle finger in the air, stay ahead of the curve, and slash all costs that cut into profits.” Slashed by cyclonic funnel clouds, the towns facing the realities of global warming merited a yawn from Pence, even after temperatures soared to 114 in Fargo. The NWS has predicted that “hellish hailstones will rise exponentially in size as massive superstorms crisscross a country of NASCAR loving gun show addicts.” Fired despite apologizing for the statement, the spokesman then added, “Their SUVs will be crushed by two ton dry ice boulders dropping from Flameadoes, even as they drive to monster truck rallies where former banking VP Dick ‘Twinkletoes’ Fuld will give a speech condemning the National Science Foundation for the blasphemous lie that the Earth is over six thousand years old.” Luckily he didn’t add that the NWS uses satellites to gather their data, or he would have been punctured by Flat Earth trident…with no access to health insurance. 

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Why I Believe Earth is Flat

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A Few Reasons the earth is flat:
The Bible repeatedly describes the Earth as Immovable (Stationary), Geocentric, and Enclosed in a solid dome structure called the firmament
All images of the Earth from space are admitted to be computer generated
We’re able too see objects such as land, buildings, and boats that are supposed to be behind the curve
The North Star, Polaris, never moves and the constellations have never changed
Horizon always rises to eye level
Water is always level and it makes up 71% of our earth
The heliocentric model was created by Freemasonic Occultists
All the space agencies share the same vector logo
AstroNOT almost drowning in space
Water bubbles & Scuba tank viewed in space
Density, buoyancy, & Electromagnetism are better explanations for gravity
GoPro lenses used to fake the curve of Earth
No observable proof of evolution
Sun rays come down in angles and not parallel
Moon Light always tests colder then Moon Shade
Super zoom cameras show that boats do not go over any curve
The United Nation’s logo is a Flat Earth map
Flight paths make much more sense on a Flat Earth
All but one challenger crew members are proven to still be alive today
No genuine 24 hour live feed of the Earth from space
No actual photos of Satellites in Space
Sun dogs and Sun Hot spots
Antarctic Treaty
Admiral Byrd said that there is more land
The Michelson–Morley experiment proved the Earth is stationary
Rockets never go straight up
Bedford Level Experiment
Our own senses tell us that the earth is flat and stationary
The Sun & Moon appear as the same size
No one has ever circumnavigated the earth from north to south
The Antikythera
Sun dials
Gyroscopes
Astrolabes
No parallax with the stars
Time lapse Star Trails shows the stars makings perfect circuits around the North Star
Bolivian Salt Flats missing curvature
Sun shrinks smaller as it sets
Architects, Excavators, and Railroad Engineers don’t account for the curve
Air planes fly level and don’t account for the curve
The Selenelion Lunar Eclipse
The Analemma Time Lapse of the Sun

—-Donald Trump?

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According to a Youtube video posted today, all the above items “prove” the Earth is flat. Other videos claim Trump believes it. Several tweets are shown to prove it. Note the lack of punctuation in the list above, and how the Earth is “the earth” in the title. Why is “Enclosed” in caps? Why no explanations to most of the items? Simple: these people are lazy and ignorant. They appeal (as Trump did) to uneducated people. They are in denial of science, and favor conspiracy theory to reading. Stats show that America is #1 in sports, and 23rd in math and science education. This is why: They are proud of their ignorance and parlor tricks. The philosophy is, “My opinion is as good as yours.” Really?  The last science book I read (last week) repeats that, “it doesn’t matter what you believe, only what you can prove.” What if I believed one-eyed, one-horned flying purple people eaters were coming in mass for a cooking competition featuring flank steak a la homo sapiens? What if I got 100,000 people to believe it, and we all started posting viral videos? Would that make it true? Would my opinion be “as good as NASA?” Trump doesn’t believe the Earth is flat, and never did. He was playing to a NASCAR audience for votes. Calling and thanking InfoWars for their help. (Infowars claimed that 9/11 was an inside job, during the Bush administration no less, but recently admitted that “we are performance art.” Meaning it’s all fake news.) By the way, “ignorant” does not mean “stupid,” it means lazy. They’d rather post nonsense with ads attached in order to pay their cable TV bill. Then they kick back with pizza and beer to watch ESPN or the Kardashians (in which case it’s malt liquor with chips.) Trump is now pushing for a manned mission to Mars. If we’ve never been to the moon, why would he do this? More questions: how do you explain satellite TV with no satellites? *The Weather channel updates, hourly, showing storms from space? *Antarctic Space Telescope data? *High res photos of Jupiter and Saturn, with terabytes of data never before collected, which will take years to analyze? Hubble Space Telescope images of distant galaxies are invisible to previous telescopes, with spectral star data so vast it would take every human on Earth working round the clock for a year on computer to simulate. CGI? There goes that argument. If space were fake, as they say, then it follows that Hubble and Chandra (and the coming James Webb Space telescope) do not exist, and are instead a vast conspiracy. But who then collected all these images and created so much data on supercomputers that researchers have yet to see it all: aliens from The “History” Channel and Roswell? *The Lizard people? *Illuminati Freemasons with a penchant for blood rituals? *Dark Age acolytes like ISIS? (No, wait, even they don’t believe the Earth is flat.) Whenever someone gets their identity from dogmatic beliefs, it is nearly impossible to dissuade them from fill-in-the-blank. Only scientists (real ones) attempt to add to knowledge, not stop it. They change with new evidence. Flint, Michigan water department officials denied the science right up to the end, even with kids dying. When the proof of was finally published, after water samples were taken from thousands of homes, it was finally revealed that they had willfully violated EPA laws. Some were fired, others resigned in disgrace. Trump is anti-regulation, anti-EPA. He is funded by the Koch brothers, who pollute rivers with chemicals and want regulation ended. (Read Dark Money.) The Flat Earth people will not admit it, but they are a smokescreen to avoid global warming science. Dollars are more important than clean water or air. Only problem is, it’s unobtainium. What good is swag if you’re dying? Where to spend the money you can’t take with you? A pretty solid-gold casket? Technology can solve all these problems, says the author of THE BEGINNING OF INFINITY, but only if we are willing to change. “Progressive” is an ugly word to those living in the past. …You’re supposed to string those people up, or poison them. Putin tried that a couple times. So has Assad. And ISIS. The march against science is a backward march, into the Dark Ages. Thing is, they are marching backward, and don’t see the chasm coming. Unless they are lizard people, in which case they have eyes in the back of their heads.