Daily Archives: December 9, 2011

LUV News on the Land of the Free


Two articles this morning support the efforts of a heroic Occupy Movement, with thousands arrested and tens of thousands sleeping in the streets of America, to point out our massive wealth disparity owing to corrupt government.

First, a piece showing the six children of Walmart’s founders have the same net wealth as the bottom thirty percent of wage earners in the Land of the free, heirs who live in luxury off the sweat of the 99%.

And a piece by Dina Rasor pointing out that Congress, on its knees kissing wealthy butt as its primary function today for the campaign dollars, has quit having hearings for the most part, which might embarrass the wealthy by showing how they plunder the public interest.

The official propaganda from our mass media talking heads has it that we are a “meritocracy.” What this apparently means is if you are homeless and hungry it is your fault for not inheriting well.

Mussolini didn’t like the word “fascism.” He preferred “corporate capitalism,” which is what we have. The fascists were known for their totalitarian police state, in Germany, Italy and Spain. Their mistake was to make it all too obvious.

Modern fascism is about the control of information. Get the masses away from reality and into “reality” TV, sitcoms, dramas, talent shows tightly controlled by a small number of corporations tied to defense cheating, polluting, bankstering and other criminal activity. Give them news that makes it appear our government is on the side of those seeking freedom and democracy, even as it crushes freedom and democracy everywhere it breaks out on the planet.

The thing most feared by the modern ruling fascists is an outbreak of democracy anywhere, but particularly here in the Land of the Free. This country’s function in the system is to provide enforcement of transnational corporate interests around the world through a thousand military bases and the world’s largest navy and air force. To do that, the American people must be completely controlled, with the world’s largest prison system and people, in the richest nation on earth, dying daily for a lack of health care.

And they nearly are entirely controlled, obediently voting Republican or Democrat as they are told, both groups convinced they are voting for the lesser evil, as the election winner immediately begins to sell out his followers for their effort. In the world’s most sophisticated propaganda system ever devised, most never understand they have been shaped into compliant zombies.

But a few are breaking out into the sanity that is the Occupy movement, free of the dogma, breaking their chains. That is what the police state is for, to put them back in their place. As the establishment gets more desperate, cracking down on city after city, the only chance the people have is to enlighten their brothers and sisters, because if it spreads to a critical mass, the fascism that is crushing us, will itself be crushed.  —Jack

Mario Piperni’s Illustrated Late-Night Humor

Late Night Political Humor

December 9, 2011 By

Via Political Humor

“To save money, the U.S. Postal Service announced the end of next-day service. That’s a good way to get people to come back, isn’t it? Make your service even slower than it already is.” –Jay Leno

“Congress will have a Secret Santa exchange involving both parties. The Democrats will give Republicans a gift. And that’s it.” –Seth Meyers

“There was an embarrassing moment for Rick Perry. He announced that it was the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Jam.” –Jay Leno

“Newt Gingrich did not make it on the Most Fascinating People list. He made it on another list of 2011 though: Most Fascinating Newts.” –David Letterman

“I like Newt Gingrich. You know who he looks like? He looks like your Dad’s old Army buddy, doesn’t he?” –David Letterman

“Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was sentenced to 14 years in prison. This is the most disgraceful thing to happen to an Illinois governor since their last governor.” –Jay Leno

“Rod Blagojevich is going away for 14 Years in prison. His barber got the death penalty.” –David Letterman

“Blago got 5 years for corruption and 9 years for appearing on “Celebrity Apprentice.’” –David Letterman

“Herman Cain dropped out. Our writers and I were despondent. But sometimes when God closes a door He opens a window. And standing outside that window is a circus peanut wearing a badger. Donald Trump will moderate a Republican debate Dec. 27. Thank you, Jesus.” –Jon Stewart

“Today Herman Cain again denied allegations of any sexual misconduct and thanked his supporters for their gullibility.” –Jay Leno

“In a surprise move, this morning Herman Cain’s penis announced it’s still in the race.” –Conan O’Brien

“Cain says that he and his wife…everything is fine between them. Though it’s not certain this wife still trusts him 100%. Like today Mrs. Cain called Michele Bachmann and asked if she could pray him gay. Does it work that way? Can you pray a guy gay?” –Jay Leno

“Herman Cain has suspended his presidential campaign, but he has asked the Secret Service if they could continue to provide him protection, at least until his wife cools off.” –David Letterman

“Herman Cain seemed to sense his supporters needed something to lift their spirits, which is what led to Herman Cain saying the greatest nine words ever spoken by an American politician: ‘I believe these words came from the Pokemon movie…’” –Jon Stewart

“Herman Cain announced Saturday he was suspending his campaign. He brought his wife with him, so apparently he couldn’t get a date. I guess he used up all his 9-9-9 lives. The closest he got to the White House was spending the night at Ginger White’s house.” –Jay Leno

“Even though Herman Cain is suspending his campaign, he’s launching a new website called TheCainSolution.com. Yeah, it’s the only political website that makes you click an ‘I’m Over 18′ button to enter.” –Jimmy Fallon

“Herman Cain, the Herminator, said ‘I will not be silent, and I will not go away.’ Then he shut up and left.” –David Letterman