Monthly Archives: October 2014

LIONEL PODCAST: Halloween’s for Crypto Serial Killers and Trollop Wannabes

Halloween. When it comes to pathetic, nothing brings it out of the woodwork like Halloween. And I’m talking “adults.” You see, Halloween isn’t a national holiday with religious or patriotic overtones. It’s vestigial and allows adult babies the chance to channel their inner freak. What’s more important is the subliminal trollop who lets it all hang out, who uses the allegedly sexy costume as camouflage, allowing her the cover to claim that she’s merely enjoying the festivities of the event when in fact she’s really telling you this is how she sees herself. Remember, we live in the era of fishlip selfies and social media narcissism. As for the men, look for the juvenile dork who talks about Halloween for weeks or even months in advance. Who details daily the travails of finding the best costume and who will bore the living shite out of you with his excruciating excitement over this annual nonevent. Herein I explain.

Breastfeeding. It’s beautiful! And when I read stories like this, I want to scream. If this looks seductive or sexy or scabrous to you, you’re beyond demented and need immediate psychiatric help. The human breast was never designed by nature to give some puerile punk a stiffy or to be filleted and packed with saline and silicone or to have mamillae pierced thus compromising breastfeeding. No, this is a pure example of natural beauty and we can’t handle it. We’re demented. Herein I explain.

Habituation to privacy loss. The dead horse is beaten again, but I repeat. Have you no sense of privacy? Will you ever stand up and complain and rail and voice any concerns as though you care? We’ve crops of Millennials who’ve never appreciated the warnings of Mr. Blair via 1984 and whose parents are none the better. It’s not inevitable, privacy loss, that is. Herein I explain.

Ebola ramifications. Beyond our pay grade. The issues are far more fascinating than that which is discussed in the media. Quarantine, incarceration, government exploitation of distress, mandatory vaccines, inter alia. Not to mention privacy and constitutional issues of grave magnitude. This is big stuff, Sparky. Herein I explain.

Information entertainment sucks. The perennial question. What happened to talk radio? Where are the numbers of yore? If you ask the question, you’ve apparently never listened to the dreck that passes for current and/or have no idea of modern electronic delivery systems. Herein I explain.

LIONEL PODCAST: America As You Knew It Is Doomed

This actually is perhaps the most accurate depiction of the role of modern-day POTUS. He’s a wholly owned puppet of Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Trilateral Commission, CFR, Wall Street, the military and prison industrial complex, asset-stripping austerity jackals and derivatives ghouls, ruling class bankster cliques, demagogic frauds and sloganeers. Let’s see, have I left anyone out?

But that can change. It can change by a top-to-bottom, inside-out reversion and revision. It requires an educated population and cadres of skeptical voters, who eschew the usual tripe and tropes of the nattering bands of elected, selected and appointed rubes. The mainstream media apparatchiks must be exposed altogether as double-agents for the ruling class. Their message is responsible for misdirecting and distracting the limited attention span of a gullible and gutless society of self-indulgent, obese, sports-fixated historical illiterates.

Enter the prized millennial. We’re turning out generations of torpid slackers who’ve been reduced to packs of mumbling sloths, thumb-tapping emoticon-laden glyphs, clueless and vapid dolts whose entire response palette consists of either “hilarious” or “awesome.” And this band of self-obsessed nonentities is lovingly referred to as the much sough after millennials.Marketing gurus love to speak of them as a group with one common brain. A group of attention-deprived zombies who require that the panoply of thought be reduced to bite-sized morsels of evanescent idea quanta. But these, I submit are the exception. There are more citizens of all ages who truly care. More than the marketers have en considered.

Fads, trends and schmaltz. You see, we love to group: baby boomers, Gen-X’rs and the like. We’re a country in love with a fad. Any fad. Fads, trends, name it. We’ll wait in queues for NSA tracking devices, we’ll tattoo our necks as long as it promises us coolness. Adults will Botox, spackle and inject their faces with fillers and expression killers resulting in distorted and hideous mugs, maws and punums. All for a fad.

Hie! It probably is too late. But a sizable contingent lies in the background and in wait. Ready to pounce and act and revolt. They’re the alternative voices and the alternative media whose numbers are colossal and whose ages are varied. They are ready, willing and able to take drastic measures using drastic means: The revolutionary power of rational, critical and educated thought.

LIONEL PODCAST: What You Need To Know About Ebola To Be Smarter Than 99% of the Population

Two NYPD officers inadvertently become universal and viral (pun intended) laughing stocks. After leaving the Harlem apartment building of Dr. Craig Spencer – the first confirmed Ebola case in the New York City – they were observed (shockingly) dumping their protective gear and crime scene tape in a public garbage receptacle on the street. It might be really no big deal. Let’s hope. But what kind of training did they receive at least as to public relations and perception?

Understand how epidemics work. There are two factors required: (1) the contagion itself; and (2) the right infrastructure and medium to allow it to foster and grow and flourish. That latter component usually consists of horrid living conditions, poor sanitation and water systems, inadequate nutrition and the like. We are simply ill-equipped and unequipped to handle a first class pandemic. 

The esteemed historian, Dr. Webster Tarpley, in his letter to Congressman Chris Van Hollen in 2010 wrote in part the following that I commend to you. Note in particular the reference to the Hill-Burton Act of 1946.

We need to build 1,000 modern, state of the art hospitals with 500 beds each just to reach the minimum of targets set by the Hill-Burton Act of 1946. We need to train 250,000 doctors over the next ten years. These goals require serious investments, not subsidies to predatory insurance companies who are going broke because of their reckless derivatives bets.

This should be simple, right? After all, we’re the greatest country on the face of the Earth. Right? And it’s that very warped and hallucinogenic exceptionalism that will destroy us. We’re not the best, not the biggest, not the only. We rank only above Great Britain and Ireland in matching Hill-Burton Act standards. The Czech Republic surpasses us, got Chrissakes. We’ve been enslaved to our masters, the globalist financier elite. Asset-stripping jackals who strip and shatter and devolve and devour.

When you see dead Ebola victims strewn about African villages, don’t don your usual air of the dismissive affect. This is the incubation ground zero of global pandemics. Tell the WHO and IMF and central bank oligarchs that they’re about to be nationalized of internationalized. Let’s show them a thing or two about asset stripping. After all, we’ve learned from the best.

LIONEL PODCAST: PA’s Corbett Pathetically Panders and Guts the First Amendment

The Revictimization Relief Act. Mind-bogglingly unconstitutional. These protestors know. The country, and Pennsylvania apparently, sleeps. I thought I saw everything. But nothing compares to this, as Sinead might intone. Herein are my protestations and objections as well as a disquisition on cognitive dissonance and the pursuit of relative truth. Remember: Truth is relative. So is incest. (Ahem.)

LIONEL PODCAST: I Hate Hate Crimes. And Why You Should Too.

It’s very simple. Thought. Idea. Motive. Inclination. That which propels or drives or inspires. That is the essence of ideation and when you penalize it, directly or indirectly, you’ve created thought crimes. And that is the subject of this disquisition for your edification and review.

LIONEL PODCAST: If You Vote for POTUS You’re Wasting Your Time

Why bother? That’s antithetical to common thought, I know. But it’s true. Look at how Obama’s abnegated virtually everything he originally and allegedly stood for. His most ardent acolytes and apostles have jumped ship. Here’s more of Quigley’s quote that forms the basis of my belief system. sadly, I admit.

“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy” (Georgetown University Professor Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, 1966.)

By perpetuating this canard through voting for the “lesser of two evils” (who, last time I checked, is still evil) we just ask for more of the same and we get it. We’re being held hostage for a two-party system that’s two sides of the same coin.


Video, anyone? This might explicate in a different way.

LIONEL PODCAST: I’m Not a Conspiracy Theorist. I’m a Conspiracy Analyst.

The inimitable Mr. Vidal. He said it so perfectly and eloquently and succinctly in this troika of brilliance. His quotes were beauteous. About And Warhol he said, “[he] is the only genius I’ve ever known with an IQ of 60.” Perfection. He snarled and growled in that patrician purr, the consummate dentiloquist in a style that’s long gone. He wasn’t afraid to upraid and mercilessly scold, his feuds with Bill Buckley and the quintessential pseudo-intellect, the pimpous boor Norman Mailer, were classic. Wondrous

Dissonant cognition. Leon Festinger (1957) proposed “cognitive dissonance theory, which states that a powerful motive to maintain cognitive consistency can give rise to irrational and sometimes maladaptive behavior.” It’s the parallel component to the dread conspiracy theory. As you see, nothing has to do with facts or truth but the level of discomfort the public feels. When truth or the pursuit of truth is shelved or dissuaded out of fear of ridicule or the deliberate jettisoning of the troublesome, then we have major problems, Sparky.

And were you to continue your studies and efforts in modern history, it’s critical that you come to grips with the notion of the dismissive “conspiracy theory” accusation that you will undoubtedly hear. It’s defined as “an event or situation as the result of a secret plan by usually powerful people or groups.” But what it means today is insane, baseless, paranoid and to be rejected at all costs. To be dismissed. Collective censorship. The old heave-ho en masse. It shunts and shuts and closes thought. It’s a dangerous pejorative that should be isolated and targeted and called out for what it truly is: It’s distracting and kills critical thinking and discovery.

“It is an article of faith that there are no conspiracies in American life.” [Source]

“I’m not a conspiracy theorist—I’m a conspiracy analyst.” [Source]

” Apparently, conspiracy stuff is now shorthand for unspeakable truth.” [Source]

What was that again? Perhaps a video tutorial might be in order, something that’s better able to explicate and limn the specifics. Good, I’ve got just what the doctor ordered.

LIONEL PODCAST: In Praise of Reverie, Imagination, Awe & Wonder

Remember when you were a kid? It was the last time you truly wondered aloud. You imagined and played and daydreamt. You pretended and played make believe. You can do that today as an adult. To a point. It’s called religion. But I digress. I ever stopped daydreaming. About everything and anything. And while I can’t fathom imagining about created doxies and superstition and mythology, nothing is more truly awe inspiring that EBEs and ETs and space and time and particle physics and the entire lot of dark energy. Visitable by free energy. Am I making sense? (I didn’t think so.)

LIONEL PODCAST: Prepare for Ebola Kamikazes

Did someone say “Hegelian Dialectic”? I thought so. This podcast walks you through a host of horribles that will most certainly accompany this latest disaster. It works perfectly and is seen in any example of mass hysteria and certain confusion. Made more popular yet less eloquently by Rahm Emanuel. “You don’t ever want a crisis to go to waste; it’s an opportunity to do important things that you would otherwise avoid.” Terrorism — bioligical or man-sourced — motivates madness madly.

[T]he Hegelian Dialectic is Problem – Reaction – Solution. Most of us unwittingly fall victim to it all too often and sadly if we don’t stop, we will continue to lose our free will and liberties. It has been widely used by our governments and corporations around the world. You could say that in terms of controlling the masses, and society in general, it’s deployment has been an effective tool in keeping humanity in check.

Almost all major events in history employ the Hegelian Dialectic of:
Problem – manufacture a crisis or take advantage of one already in place in order to get the desired Reaction of public outcry whereby the public demands a Solution which as been predetermined from the beginning. [Real News Australia]

And remember you heard it here first. Folks long dismissed as conspiracy theorists will know no equal to those proponents of paranoia that Ebola has inspired. I keep harkening back to Hunter S. Thompson’s “When the going gets weird the weird turn pro.” And when the specter of a fatal hemorrhagic virus takes hold, you will see a new-found respect for those who are deft in anticipating and appreciating the horrors of a “known known” (to wax Rumsfeldian).

And remember this: The Ebola Kamikaze. A lunatic goaded and cajoled, wheedled and persuaded to perform the ultimate sacrifice. Infect the infidel or the apostate or the bad guy. And it’s not suicide per se as you already have the disease. It’s a no-brainer. Or weaponize this hearty virus. Trust me, if you can think it it’s already in development. There are very smart people who stay up late thinking of horrible things. It’s the military industrial complex that Ike spoke of.

LIONEL PODCAST: Ebola Is Globalist Gold

Limpid. Pellucid. Got it. Notwithstanding the crudeness of the message, it’s perfect in explicating the sense of abandon that I feel. A loss of contact and reality. Not with my reality. But yours. Because if you’re like virtuously everyone I come into contact with, you’re happily ensconced in a parallel universe where everything’s happy and nice. I’m awash in the benighted. Defined as “in a state of pitiful or contemptible intellectual or moral ignorance.” Incapable of understanding just how horrid the human condition can be.

CNN may finally have gotten it right. Recently when the presenter infra from CNN spoke anent Ebola, the following lower third appeared which caused quite the stir among the mynah birds in the unimaginative media. I must share a confusion as to what this message actually connoted, but it nonetheless highlighted the naïveté that the doddering dolts suffer from in a world of avowed eugenicists and Malthusian madmen. Now, I’m not saying Ashley knows any of this and ditto for the MSM-bots who chimed in like bleating sheep, but the notion of bioterror used as a vehicle for depopulation is nothing new.

His Royal Virus. In my circle we’re most aware of this feller, Prince Phil. Actually a Greek, but after all, with the multi-generational inbreeding what do you expect, Phil is forever famous for this beaut of a quote. And he wasn’t kidding.


So, who’s the conspiracy theorist now? Now, I know this is too much for most to grasp. It’s heady and nasty stuff, granted. But be on the lookout for a host of issues to arise anent Ebola — bioterror, the weaponization of the virus, the utilization of pathogens for depopulation and the like. And where would we ever get ideas like that? History. Google “depopulation.” I’ll wait.