Monday, December 30, 2013

Propaganda in the Age of Obama

Say what you will about Franklin D. Roosevelt, at least the Socialist Realism of his regime's propaganda machine produced some decent art, nothing like the image above, which manages to induce nausea, rage, and despair at the same time.

"This defanged, deballed, hi-snark/lo-testosterone, curly-haired bespectacled beta geek snuggled up in red PJs as he blithely sips a mug of cocoa is easily the most objectionable human being to enter my field of consciousness over the past twelve months," writes Jim Goad of his top choice in this list — The 13 Most Annoying People of 2013. He continues:
    A poster boy for the unspooling disaster known as Obamacare, Krupp is also emblematic of American culture’s systemic devaluation of all things manly. Doris Day had more male hormones than he does. I’ve seen baby guppies that could kick this kid’s ass. Ethan Krupp’s face is the most persuasive evidence I’ve ever seen that society would benefit if it were to open its mind once again to the virtues of bullying.
Chateau Heartiste "didn’t think it possible that the Barack Boyman Brigade’s 'Hosurance' ads could be beat in loathsomeness, but you’d never go broke underestimating the junk-tucking faggotry of Obama’s sop troops" — Obama’s America: Land Of The Twee, Home Of The Fey. He continues:
    No wonder feminists are so bitter. These are the newborn androgynes they’re stuck dating. The feminist has sold her womanly soul — what was left of it — for a battalion of bootlickers to escort her to ideologically reaffirmed spinsterhood.

    Can you look at that swaddled manlet for more than two seconds without laughing? I could carve a better man out of a banana. We laugh because that’s one of our natural human reactions to seeing something repugnant.

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