We’re being played like violins

March against Muslim invasion, Tblisi:

The abomination of a woman in the role of a Doctor Whoette is just a minor thing, as some have said but to add, ‘Just don’t watch it,’ misses the double whammy by the PTB going on.

We need to recognize that we’re in a time of the PTB playing up every petty, festering, political left-right, male-female resentment they can find and twisting the knife, for no valid reason other than to stir up resentment. Kissinger did it in Rwanda, NATO in Kosovo, the UN in Darfur, the CIA in the Ukraine.

An example is a lady tweeter calling me a tart for resenting this tart becoming the new Whoette – the lady and I were on good terms but now there was resentment – first in me about the decision and then by her about my language. You see how it works. People who got along, they hope now won’t. In our case it has not ruptured anything, so they’ll try something else.

People, this is where we are – evil muvvers are playing on every petty resentment and the cumulative whole is cold war and then conflagration. We’re all being played like violins.

Now these idiots in the Philippines:

That and the killings were not happening fifteen years ago, not in this coordinated way. Yes, there were the Munich massacres and 911s but they were nowhere near the generalized targetted violence now and Muslims seem to have been sent out of their heads, stirred up to a frenzy, expressing itself in violence from the males and deep resentment among the females … plus fear of the backlash.

And they’d be right to. I got along fine with Muslims for years, ate with them, proposed to one. Not now, not in the light of what’s going on and their attitude towards our society.

And who started all this?  Yep, the power that this blog has been railing against since day one – Them.  The Alinsky establishment.

4 comments for “We’re being played like violins

  1. Chuckles
    July 17, 2017 at 16:37

    Are these the violins inherent in the system?

  2. Wolfie
    July 18, 2017 at 00:36

    “proposed to one”

    Dear God.

    • July 18, 2017 at 08:36

      Your reaction was mild. This was while I was in Russia, brain fade, and you should have heard the fruity language from my best mate there. Things like, “Are you insane?” were the milder comments.

      Trouble is, it happened twice. The second time was far more serious and as it got into the nitty-gritty of what it entailed, there was just no way. I’m hetero-most things but this was just a bridge too far.

      The question which has remained to this day is whether any mortal sin was committed in even contemplating it.

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