Monday, October 16, 2006


Missionary Mincemeat

Over the last few months, we've noticed the social conflict as public relations nonsense flourish, particularly in the form of self-described progressives propagating such idiocy as embracing theocrats in order to show them the error of their ways, and thereby convert them to liberal habits and civil manners and an ecological outlook while simultaneously holding fast to their racial prejudice, homicidal homophobia, and murderous intent over reproductive rights. We now believe we've located the culprit (or culprits) for this convoluted social phenomenon within the cult of framing propaganda that has -- since the re-election of the anti-christ -- permeated the liberal blogosphere as the fog that envelops our beloved towers of the Golden Gate.

Perhaps appropriately obscuring the Berkeley foothills from whence this foolishness emanated, this mesmerizing essence has unduly influenced the gullible minds of bleeding hearts determined to avoid social conflict at all costs, especially that of actually opposing the religious right-wing and the corporate fascists who lead them blindly along toward Armageddon.

Alas, tempted as we are to beg Christopher Simpson to add a section to his book The Science of Coercion about advertising run amok rendering the cognitive substance mincemeat, out of respect to the author of Psychological Warfare, Paul Linebarger, we simply ask that liberals leave missionary work to the Peace Corps and let us get on with the fight to save our republic, spilling what blood is necessary.


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