Curtis Dahlgren
New Age paganism, embryo farming, carbon forestry & other issues ("defactualization")+
By Curtis Dahlgren
August 10, 2015

IT WAS INTERESTING, BUT (there's always a big butt), I fell asleep before it was over. I mean, you call that a debate? The Donald's first marriage should have been that subdued. Just kidding, but it took the only gal to show the guys how to fight Thursday night. These are serious times, and our mama bears can sense it! McCain coulda woulda been President right now if his handlers hadn't muzzled Sarah Palin!

Consultants and "experts" ought to be hired like some lawyers: "We win or you don't pay a dime." You'd see a big attitudinal change in the establishment pundits. What have they been thinking anyway? Do you realize that the last Eastern Republican to win the White House was Calvin Coolidge almost a hundred years ago? And he was a conservative!

Let me rephrase something. "Win the White House" sounds like winning is just a resume enhancer toward the next step up – Foundation CEO or NWO emperor or something. Just another horse race. Another game. Another roll of the dice. Golda Meir used to say "Don't be humble. You're not that great."

Now there was a mama bear!
No P.R.; no B.S.; all walk; no talk! The acronym for 'talking points' is T.P.; B.S. is like used toilet paper, and, as I say, B.S. has gone PRO (straight from sophomore to the big show).

I didn't sense a lot of B.S. in the Thursday night fight, but as Rush said, we didn't get much urgency either; that was found among the 24 million viewers (even though some tuned in just to see Trump). BTW, I like the name Trump, and the name Donald. In high school 50-something years ago, we had a lot of Donalds and Ronalds – and not one Biff or Hussein. I think the Donald would make a great deputy White House spokesman for the next Prez. His boss should be a mama bear such as Ann Coulter. "One more gaffe and you're fired."

Seriously, the right has an able and deep pro-American bench, and if there's one thing Americans are sick of, it's anti-Americanism. Anti-Americanism and political correctness. Anti-Americanism and B.S. They would vote for Donald Duck if he was proud of his country all of his life.

Speaking of B.S., the new word for it is "defactualization" (Hitler's information minister called it propaganda. Other synonyms include "Plunder and Deceit" – the title of Mark Levin's new book. I've only heard about it, but it may be one of the most important books since "Masters of Deceit" in the 1950s.

There's also a book with the title "Defactualization" by Wm. Jeynes that is worthy of recommendation (see and "Defactualization is causing American schools to become bastions of anti-intellectualism"). Another paradox! BTW, here's my favorite quote from the "debate":

"It's sad to think right now, but probably the Russian and Chinese government know more about Hillary Clinton's e-mail server than the United States Congress does."


P.S. Regarding the title of this column – I originally intended to write one paragraph about the debate and then continue the subject I started on last week: Reasons why Cecil the lion trumps baby boys born badly; why Mother Nature trumps the whole human race, as if we were all aliens seeded from Mars (which some people DO believe). You can read the horrid story in my archives (May 5, 2004; March 25, 2009; April 1, 2009 for example).

YahooNews probably missed some big news last week, such as: more than 40 murders in Baltimore during July (after the DOJ and the media forced the police to "stand down").

PPS: Dumb question but, what/who does America need most "at this point" in history? Answer: We need to first define the enemy.

There are three kinds of people. Some people say there "couldn't be" a Designer God. Some people say there "has to be" a God. Then there are some – the true "true believers" – to whom He has said (like a good papa bear) "We need to talk about our relationship."

And no, His name isn't Cecil-the-lion. It's the Lion of the tribe of Judah, among other ones. Not only America but every human "tribe" needs to realize that their worst common enemy is Satan. Satan, self, and Society. Not America, but the REAL great satan.

Science compares the worst of religion and the best of science. Likewise, religions compare the worst of science and the best of religion. And opinions are like grandchildren. "Our own are wonderful!"

The left decries the "worst" of the right; the right compares the best of the right and the worst of the left. Satan loves it! He knows that if we can't combine the best of science and the best of religion, we can't produce the hybrid vigor that put him out of work. His job is to be the rainmaker for agitators, the nihilists, and the lawless. Until Kingdom come.

That was pretty good, eh? More to come.

© Curtis Dahlgren


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Curtis Dahlgren is semi-retired in southern Wisconsin, and is the author of "Massey-Harris 101." His career has had some rough similarities to one of his favorite writers, Ferrar Fenton... (more)


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