Wednesday 22nd of September 2021

america has a major toothache...


Trump has to go…. America has a major toothache. Doctor Biden and nurse Kamala will have to operate.



First the anaesthetic — a major campaign by the media, allied with the “intelligence” agencies to turn your braaaains into moronic mush — then the removal of the tooth, rotten by years of abuse of sugar subsidies, soft drinks, sugary buns, Juju Babies and Jawbreakers on credit, amongst the culprits. Self inflicted pain of course, but in order to avoid “guilt” — a guilt that would destroy your exceptionalism, we will blame someone else.

Trump has to go. But it’s a major operation in which we need to cajole the customer into believing the treatment will work and that Doctor Biden is up to the task and not there to dip into your wallet while you’re out with the pixies. With universal socialised medicine, dentistry excepted, some poor bastard, notably your neighbour, will have his taxes jacked up to pay for it as well as you, by doing a special double-dip with the drill bit and the pliers. There no way around it. The rich will be on a special exemption program designed to trickle down from the bright light that stops you seeing anything.

Trump has to go. In the backroom, Hunter Biden is mixing a bag of cement to plug the hole left when the tooth is removed. In order to make you swallow the bitter pill of the bill, your rotten tooth will be blamed on the Russians, the Chinese and the Iranians “who will have to pay a hefty price”. Yes, our teeth hurt like hell, and this has nothing to do with the sugar, but the street-fights and bar-brawls we had against these bad guys. They will have to pay for the broken stools as well.

Trump has to go. What will be the hefty price? Bomb Damascus? Easy as piss. Declare war on Russia? We will sneak through the plains of Belarus and Ukraine while disguised as nuns with hairy legs. Very popular trick with the gang of Dad’s Army, especially as parachutists.

Trump has to go. As Jean Shepherd says,… there was a dispatch from Burma that told of a rampaging tiger that in a single night, without warming, killed twenty-eight Burmese in a quick dash down the main street of a jungle village. The native hunter [see you can’t escape the word] who later bagged him simply said:

“He had bad teeth.”

Simple. Trump has to go. But your pain will come back once the anaesthetic stops having an effect. More teeth will have to come out… 

Trump has to go… One day, when your mouth looks like that of George Washington (already mentioned on this site and mentioned by Jean Shepherd) you will have broth for breakfast, lunch and dinner…

Trump has to go... Here, have a straw to drink the soup...

a converted parachutist in an imperfect state...

...As Aristotle remarked, by implication, the qualities of the good man and the good double agent are not identical in the imperfect state. Only unremitting care and some psychological finesse could coax a converted parachutist along safe lines and into a better way of thinking.

                        J C Masterman



...Joe Biden recently suggested that stories circulating about his son Hunter were part of a Russian disinformation campaign. Whatever he has or hasn’t been up to, blaming another nation is unwise and won’t go down well with voters.


It’s safe to say that Hunter Biden, the son of former vice president and current presidential candidate Joe Biden, is having a rough time. After the contents of his laptop, including details of his international business dealings, came into the public domain, it transpired that the computer had been the subject of a subpoena in a money-laundering investigation. Now, former business partners are beginning to turn on him, and one of them has said that he’s turning “everything” over to the FBI and the Senate. Another one claimed that Biden was consulted with regard to Hunter’s foreign deals.

During the second and final presidential debate, Biden made a key mistake when it came to addressing these issues. Instead of simply stating that he had no comment to make, he decided to blame Russia for the fact that Hunter’s emails had been leaked from the laptop’s hard drive. Ah yes. So we're back to that old ‘reliable’ narrative. I'm assuming that Joe may have missed the embarrassment that was the Mueller investigation

Maybe Biden doesn’t like Russia. Whether he does or doesn’t is inconsequential. It is a very bad idea to blame his problems on a foreign power. In fact, it's not the proper behavior of someone who wants to be president. Here’s the truth. Hunter Biden's dealings across the pond likely had some issues. It's hard to say exactly what these might be, because there’s an ongoing investigation. I don’t think that Biden is so dumb that he doesn't realize that this hurts his chances of the presidency. However, there is a big lack of responsibility here. Blaming what's happening on anyone except Hunter is a bit silly. I'd even argue that it’s incredibly irresponsible.



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Image at top from Jean Shepherd's "IN GOD WE TRUST *** ALL OTHERS PAY CASH ***" Chapter XX... See also:



These two idiots take us for idiots... may be they're right...

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Friday said, commenting on the debates, that the contenders in the US presidential race "compete for who dislikes Russia more". The Kremlin has repeatedly denied any attempts to meddle in US domestic affairs.

This is not the first time US politicians and the media have pushed the so-called "Russian Meddling" narrative, with the FBI and US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently claiming that a group of hackers funded by Moscow had infiltrated government servers.

The American media also claimed that the scandal around Hunter Biden's leaked emails was also an operation by Russian intelligence, however, the FBI stated the case has no links to Moscow.

Over the last several years, the Kremlin has repeatedly denied allegations in the US media about meddling in American elections, stressing they had no evidence and were just part of the internal political struggle in the United States.

Upon awakening, I read that the gladiators had exchanged blows but that both were left standing for the big showdown on November 3.  I also noticed that each had used the words “dark winter” in reference to Covid-19. Biden said one was coming and Trump said he didn’t know.

Neither, of course, spoke of the Dark Winter Exercise, a senior level war game conducted on June 22-23, 2001, about a biological attack, a smallpox outbreak, the public health response, the lack of vaccines, the need for quarantine and isolation, the restriction of civil liberties, and the role of the Defense Department and the military in the response. Nor did they speak of anthrax attacks, but the Canadian researcher, Graeme MacQueen, will here fill you in on both, in case you don’t know.  Maybe the boys just forgot.

I am sure they didn’t talk about the elements of Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed,” but if you wish to understand how we are being gamed, Whitney Webb will tell you here.

Was there any mention of the Russians?  I haven’t heard.  They are always a kind of a solution.  As my friend Joe Green has said:

All dissenting opinions are Russian. I think Socrates said that. I’m paraphrasing.


Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has apparently made another embarrassing gaffe. Speaking on the Pod Save America podcast, the former vice president was asked to address people who haven’t voted or do not plan to vote in the upcoming presidential election. Among other things, Biden said the following:

"We're in a situation where we have put together – and you guys did it for our admi ... the president, Obama's administration before this – we have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics".

These idiots take us for idiots... as they REALLY mean what they say...

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wood used his dentist as a model...

american gothic

There he [Grant Wood] spotted a little wood farmhouse, with a single oversized window, made in a style called Carpenter Gothic. “I imagined American Gothic people with their faces stretched out long to go with this American Gothic house,” he said. He used his sister and his dentist as models for a farmer and his daughter, dressing them as if they were “tintypes from my old family album.” 


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