Friday, November 23, 2012

Black Friday or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Chinese Trinkets

By want and the envy and hatred which it engenders we shall move the mobs and with their hands we shall wipe out all those who hinder us on our way.

The goyim have lost the habit of thinking unless prompted by the suggestions of our specialists.

To complete the ruin of the industry of the goyim we shall bring to the assistance of speculation the luxury which we have developed among the goyim, that greedy demand for luxury which is swallowing up everything.

The goyim are a flock of sheep, and we are their wolves. And you know what happens when the wolves get hold of the flock? ....

We have become completely and totally addicted to entertainment, and we have become conditioned to be constantly "plugged in" to something. Our lives have become all about constantly feeding our greed and selfishness. Why? This is our societies' response to the enormous apparatus of nothingness. It's escapism at its finest. Religion, drugs, television,'s all the same. Convenient panaceas used to obfuscate the fact that we're all bleeding pieces of meat careening towards our inevitable demise. What kind of people feel better about themselves because their shirt has a horse, or an alligator, or an eagle logo on it? Black Friday is a national fucking disgrace. Shopping isn't a tradition, or at least it shouldn't be. Americans are crucified by their consumerism, entangled in a neverending gluttonous orgy fueled by neoliberal American capitalism. A massive and painful restructuring is needed, but until then they'll bow their heads in complacent acquiescence and whisper "fill me with your poison."

The coup d'état of consumerism...
Poor people buying poor things for poor reasons
and never knowing why .

“Armaments, universal debt, and planned obsolescence - those are the three pillars of Western prosperity. If war, waste, and moneylenders were abolished, you'd collapse. And while you people are overconsuming the rest of the world sinks more and more deeply into chronic disaster.”
Aldous Huxley, Island  

“If you live for having it all, what you have is never enough.”
Vicki Robin 

“I was part of that strange race of people aptly described as spending their lives doing things they detest, to make money they don't want, to buy things they don't need, to impress people they don't like.”
Emile Gauvreau 

“We seldom consider how much of our lives we must render in return for some object we barely want, seldom need, buy only because it was put before us...And this is understandable given the workings of our system where without a job we perish, where if we don't want a job and are happy to get by we are labeled irresponsible, non-contributing leeches on society. But if we hire a fleet of bulldozers, tear up half the countryside and build some monstrous factory, casino or mall, we are called entrepreneurs, job-creators, stalwarts of the community. Maybe we should all be shut away on some planet for the insane. Then again, maybe that is where we are.”
Ferenc Máté, A Reasonable Life: Toward a Simpler, Secure, More Humane Existence 

“We typically misunderstand what's wrong about consumerism. It's not that it makes us love material things too much. To be a good consumer, you have to desire to get lots of things, but you must not love any of them too much once you have them. Consumerism needs children who do not stay attached to their toys for very long and learn to expect the next round of presents as soon as possible. When consumerism succeeds, our attachments are shallow, easily broken, so we can move on to the next thing we're supposed to get. Being a good consumer means desiring new things, not cherishing old ones. And the new things you're supposed to desire are not always material things. Spirituality is now a consumerist enterprise, too.”
Phillip Cary

“If nonsatiety were the natural state of human nature then aggressive want-stimulating advertising would not be necessary, nor would the barrage of novelty aimed at promoting dissatisfaction with last year's model. The system attempts to remake people to fit its own presuppositions. If people's wants are not naturally insatiable we must make them so, in order to keep the system going.”
Herman E. Daly 

“ can't rage against the machine through rebellious consumption.”
David McRaney 

“After the collapse of socialism, capitalism remained without a rival. This unusual situation unleashed its greedy and - above all - its suicidal power. The belief is now that everything - and everyone - is fair game.”
Günter Grass  


  1. Also from the manipulators...

    It's elitist, undemocratic to eat food that is organic. People who eat healthy are not one of us. Orthorexia-you don't want to eat GMO food, you have a mental disorder.

    1. Although Orthorexia is not recognized as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association, and it is not listed in the DSM-IV[11] or planned to be included in the DSM-V to be published May 2013,[12] it is still used as a diagnosis by some practitioners who have documented the damaging results of the condition as they have seen in their practices.[13][14][15]

      As of January 2007, only two peer-reviewed studies have been published on the alleged condition.[16][17] In the studies, Donini et al. define orthorexia nervosa as a "maniacal obsession for healthy foods" and propose several diagnostic criteria.[16] Sufferers of orthorexia often display symptoms consistent with obsessive-compulsive disorder and have an exaggerated concern with healthy eating patterns. Like anorexia, however, these obsessive compulsive symptoms may be an effect of starvation rather than a cause of the disorder.[18] A diagnostic questionnaire has been developed for orthorexia sufferers, similar to questionnaires for other eating disorders.[17] Bratman proposes an initial self-test composed of two direct questions: "Do you care more about the virtue of what you eat than the pleasure you receive from eating it?... Does your diet socially isolate you?"[19] Other questions concerning those who may be suffering from orthorexia provided by Davis on the WebMD (2000) website are: Do they spend more than 3 hours a day thinking about healthy foods? When they eat the way they're supposed to, do they feel in total control? Are they planning tomorrow's menu today? Has the quality of their life decreased as the quality of their diet increased? Have they become stricter with themselves? Does their self-esteem get a boost from eating healthy? Do they look down on others who don't eat this way? Do they skip foods they once enjoyed in order to eat the "right" foods? Does their diet make it difficult for them to eat anywhere but at home, distancing them from family and friends? Do they feel guilt or self-loathing when they stray from their diet? If yes was answered to two or more questions, the person may have a mild case of orthorexia.[13]

  2. Being one of the underpaid, I have to wait for clearance items and other opportunities to get things I actually need (like a winter coat), so I did some BF shopping online. I refuse to go to the feeding frenzy at the local mall - people seeking happiness through stuff is fascinating - I'm sure they did it the year before and the result was the same. What a bunch of slow learners.

    I did get a sweet deal on a fashionable coat, and frankly, better clothing lifts my (and others) spirits. It's London Fog brand, but I am almost certain it's made in China, and there's hardly any escaping this.

    What I don't get is why anyone needs an X-box, or would wait in an extremely long line out in the frigid air for a Wii or an HDTV, especially when these things can monitor YOU now I find it much more interesting to actually DO something in the real world. As I type this I can hear the BOOM BOOM of my upstairs neighbors latest round of Black Ops, or whatever.

    I try to talk to people at work (if the topic comes up) about the 9-11 Israel connection, and it's VERY slow going. One co worker is an author, and he was affected deeply by the material I showed him re: Israeli snipers killing US troops. He told me he's going to include that in his next novel.

    The others prefer to talk about inane crap (like playing rounds of Halo3 on their latest gadget) and when you discuss anything with the name Israel, they get this deer in the headlights look. Then it's a quick dodge of the subject and back to discussing bullshit. Most of these people don't even see how the corporate world is screwing them and are willing to throw their co-workers under the bus if they think it's going to get them somewhere.

    You can count on about 10% of your casual associates to be able to sort out new information, the rest are inane and will not appreciate the fact that you told them.

  3. Thanks for this information. I didn't know there was a name for it but I definitely have orthorexia and that's the reason for my weight loss.

  4. Good one, Kenny. I always loved that clip of Carlin. Perfect for today and the braindead WalWhores who can't stop themselves from the feeding frenzy.

    Today is just another day for me, except I refuse to spend a single red cent when on most days I might if necessary.

  5. OT - this article on Albert Fish, the pedo/cannibal

    The former head of Bellevue Hospital at the time defended Fish - quote from the 1930's trial:

    "Menas Gregory...testified that Fish was abnormal but sane. Under cross examination, he was asked if coprophilia, urophilia and pedophilia indicated a sane or insane person. Gregory replied that such a person was not "mentally sick" and that these were common perversions that were "socially perfectly alright" and that Fish was "no different from millions of other people", some very prominent and successful, who suffered from the "very same" perversions."

  6. Of course they get the most ridiculous person they can find to represent the "anti-consumerist" view -

    So laughably transparent nowadays...

  7. One of the mall type hardware/construction supply stores opened at 5 am Friday.

    Drove by there to see the madness and it was like watching a riot unfold at a slow pace.

    The parking lot was full and the store had valets out to help people find safe places to park on the access road.

    But the real eye opener was the crowd. There was a line stretching at least 120 feet that was 3-4 people wide, all chomping at the bit to get inside.

    If not for war and mass consumption, what would the average American do for entertainment?

  8. The Protocols.....nailed it then?

  9. He hopes his songs will somehow start
    To heal the cracks that split apart

    America gone plastic

    Read more:


    So our first great task as Truth Telling "Peace Makers" is to destroy every last vestige of the lies of Talmudic Judaism [leaven of the pharisees]...on Earth starting at home, in your local area of dominion, ....the food chain, medicine and information (mind control)......

    KNOW TRUTH ...

    JUST CAUSE that is what "Jews" hate....

    but really like ya' know 90% of so-called Jews don't have to be...{good news}

    GREAT KNEWS for "JEWS"...!!!

    Everywhere we find vestiges [STANKY} of Talmudic Judaism, we must eradicate it....
    with TRUTH.....It's Very Simple

    but what about the Goy Pigs and "Jew" worshipping Psychophant SHOPPING ZOMBIES....

    hang onto your crown...

    don't worry about those clowns...

    when the fiscal cliff in town

    goes swirling, swirling around....

    the flush is coming...and then they're down...

    it's either that ....

    or they'll be gone in a flash..

    Evangeline ....

    J'ai passé devant ta porte. (I walked past your door)
    J'ai crié "bye-bye" la belle. (I cried, "goodby, my beautiful girl."
    'Y a personne qu'à pas répondu (And nobody even answered!
    O yé yé, mon coeur fait mal! (Oh, how my heart aches!)

    J' m'ai donc mis à bien observer. (Then I took a closer look)
    Moi j'ai vu une p'tite lumière allumée. (And I saw devotional candles lit)
    'Y a qu'quechose disait j'aurait pleuré. (And something told me I was going to cry)
    O yé yé, mon coeur fait mal! (Oh! My heart hurts so bad!)

    Moi j'ai été cogné-z-a la porte - (I knocked again at the door)
    quand ils ont rouvert a la porte - (and when they opened it)
    moi j'ai vu des chandelles allumées - (I saw the devotional candles lit)
    tout le tour de son cercueil - (all around her coffin)

    Legendary Cajun Singer Cleoma Falcon Sings Classic: "J'ai passé devant ta porte."


    hey stanky, you know how you can tell God is a "white supremist" ?

    Snow is white...

    how 'bout them ?

    1. Your perverted God is as white as Edward Cullen. Creepy and blood thirsty. Since he created you after his image, so here you're.

      حرق في الجحيم الأبدي .... أنت مريض الرجل الأبيض منحرفة.

  10. For a healthy economy, Consumers and producers have to be the same people

  11. define : Irony -

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed, one of the most prominent dung doodling "Zionist" rabbis, has launched an unprecedented attack on the "Jewish" media on the backdrop of the recent security situation.....manufactured by Zionist "Jewish" terrorists who Hate Truth as a "Religion"..

    Melamed, who serves as a stool sculpture deity cult leader of the Har Bracha community and head of the local yeshiva, blamed the Left for the "security situation" which led to the recent "conflict" in Gaza and accused the media of biased coverage and cover-up.

    Full story :,7340,L-4310726,00.html

    "Had the "Jewish" media been honest, it would have played recordings of all the leaders responsible for the Oslo Accords and the pullout from Gaza, so that the entire public could hear their stupid promises and understand just how distorted their ability to analyze reality really is."

    In a steaming "Jew" poo column published Friday in the Besheva newspaper, Rabbi Melamed wrote: "It seems that the more we criticize the "Jewish" media [Professional LIARS], we will still be missing the truth compared to the harsh criticism it really deserves.",0,3422370.story

    He explained that "the JEWISH people who own the media have estranged themselves from their people and heritage".......... ---------->

    "Indeed, they wouldn't dare say anything against the terrorist zionist "Jews" of the south and center who are under attack, but deep inside they adopt the justice in the enemy's stand."


  12. Kenny,Andie and all.

    You want to know how you put an end to Black Friday???

    Smedley Darlington Butler had the solution over 6 decades ago when in his book"War is a Rackett"

    When he said that all those Owners of Businesses,Upper Management,that they be the ones that:
    *Go thru Basic Training.
    *Live in the conditions that Soldiers live in and on Soldier's Wages.
    *Bury a Soldier.

    Well i got to thinking this morning,ain't Black Friday the same thing.

    The real promoters and profiteers are smug down in the Caribbean soaking up the sun.

    Not even a 1000 feet from the store.

    How about applying the same princples that Smedley Darlington Butler laid out in"War is a Rackett"

    To all the CEO's,COO'S,Chairmen of the Board,Shareholders,Regional,Disrict Mangers,Founders and their Kids.

    Since your the ones promoting"Black Friday".

    Let's pass a bill(make it a law):that says to take the money you have,and freeze your assets.

    *You make the same wages as the Cashier and Stockers
    *You have the same sucking insurance as the Walmart employees.
    *You be the ones that are scheduled come in to work at Midnight Thanksgiving Night.
    *You have to work on the Sales Floor as a Sales Associate,Cashier,Door Greeter(What i'm talking about is,Your!!!the ones that have to deal with the mobs).
    *I'm not just talking about once a year,but every year.

    Like Smedley Darlington Butler said about War,I say the same about"Black Friday"that it will end fast.


  13. Hey Kenny,

    You have Stark Raving Viking and Jody Paulson both covering Jesse Ventura's directed energy weapons. I have been subjected to psychotronic torture since May 2010. Tinnitus 24/7 since March 2011. I have been vocal at several blogs about 9/11 truth and the zionist component since March 2007.

    Glenn Dormer aka Mouser

    1. Sure you have... Smoke another fatty.

  14. Hi Kenny,

    More reason for not to shop at Wal*Mart.
    The 100-plus workers who died in a fire late Saturday at a high-rise garment factory in Bangladesh were working overtime making clothes for major American retailers, including Wal-Mart, according to workers' rights groups.
    The Tazreen fire is the latest in a series of deadly blazes at garment factories in Bangladesh, where more than 700 workers, many making clothes for U.S. consumers, have died in factory fires in the past five years. As previously reported by ABC News, Bangladesh has some of the cheapest labor in the world and some of the most deplorable working conditions.
    They say they found labels for Faded Glory, a Wal-Mart private label, along with labels they said traced back to Sears and a clothing company owned by music impresario Sean "Diddy" Combs.


    Faded Glory burned in Bangladesh rather.
    I bet all the Waltonites prefer either Alexander McQueen or Stefano Ricci brand over $6.99 raggy Faded Glory.

  15. I've been basically away from the screen the last few days, not shopping, but wanted to thank those who have dropped by and contributed relevant comments. There's little we as individuals can do but not supporting the fake economy is one small step in the right direction.

  16. Banned after 7 yearsNovember 26, 2012 at 2:57 PM

    "NNNyc replied 12 hours, 39 minutes ago
    banned because the name ”Molly Maroney” wasn’t suppose to be known, it was a fluke that she replied to a person inquiring about a question to infowars. And she replied, after she replied. The person looked her up and bam. Came out as an intern of Stratfor, an Israeli data mining front. It was created in 1996 in AUSTIN, same time Jones came on the air. I’ve been a Jones support for MANY years, you can google my screen name NASTYNORTHNYC and prisonplanet forums. I have no reason to cause trouble, it was a simple question of why Stratfor and Infowars popup in the same sentence"

  17. Telling it as it is at BBCNovember 26, 2012 at 3:16 PM