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#1 Aug 18, 2017 1:54 pm

The Frenchman
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when Dey Talking Nuclear, "Ah Got Sane And Strap-on Me Guns Again!"

My favorite social and political commentary Artist and Satirist, Dr. Hollis Liverpool (Sobriquet, Chalkdust) had come to my rescue and provided me with this theme that I found apropo to this disastrous path of utter "dohtishness" that our government has embarked upon. And Just when I had decided to "pack-up my guns on the Talkshop Shelf", and leave the fight for the younger ones and those Confusion Bu-too like Slice and Gripe, I learned of the "Fire and Fury like the world had never seen before" comment coming from the mouth of "The Don". And that was followed by another "sleeping pill" from him saying "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely". He seem too have fully transitioned his braggadocious, bloviating, melomaniacal and self-aggrandizing qualities of his business acumen into a new culture of political discourse; a precursor to his percieved leadership strength; at lease, so he thinks.

And when again, we received the assurance from his Secretary of State, "The Tilli" --in his desperate attempt to walk back the POTUS Tripe --saying that "We can all sleep well at night", just like Chalkdust, I awoked from my slumber, "got sane and ah strap-on me guns again".

These are the diplomatic words we all have become accustomed to hearing, coming from the mouths of those in our Executive Branch of government. And they firmly believe that "We! The People" would interpret their "caca paler" (paying homage here  to my patois speaking ancestors) as strong and decisive reactionary measures designed to save our hasses.

Ohhhhhhh America! America! America! What have you become?; descending so low below the status of "Thirdworldism" while touting the morals and vertues of a super power to us on a suicidal note pad. It took you just 230+ days to become the laughing stalk of the world all over again; behaving like a defanged Lion who must now feed on the putered carcases of rodents. Why in heaven's name did we succumb to this bottomless pit when all the evidence of a deranged mind were steering at us in the face? He and Mt. Ridge Possy are the kind of specimens that would have been salivating to pfurk Pavlov's Dog and send Behavioral Scientists like Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget to the Mad House. Would someone put a hand and deliver us from this tormentuous twitting political Hermaphrodite character, who day after day contaminates our airwaves with weapons grade pollutants?. How much longer should we endure what has now become the curtain call for a Barnum and Bailey Circus act, with this Clown at center stage?

During calmer times, when political adversaries practiced some semblance of diplomacy, the most direct verbal confrontation were limited to broad overtures. One can remember Ronald Reagan's 1987 directive to Gorbachev to "Tear down this wall" (referring not so much to the Berlin Wall that had separated East from West Germany but the wall of divison between Western political values of democracy and those of Soviet Style Socialism). This rhetoric had escalated to a more bellicose approach as in Bush's 2001 edict of wanting Osama Bin Laden "dead or alive". Obama's "Red line in the sand" comment on Assad's use of chemical weapons against his own people in Syria, was met with a Congress that exposed America's soft under-belly and showed how embarrassing these pronouncements can be when they do not materialize.

This latest "Trump Card" however, supersedes all because of the percieved level of destruction we would face in light of Kim Jong-un's threat to continue cultivating his nuclear ambitions. But what does it mean when one draws a parallel between levels of destruction that would befall another as a result of their own incompliance to conduct proper political discourse? Does this mean the inevitability of a preemptive strike, one where "A Win" would mean the sacrifice of 10 million deaths of our people for 75 million of theirs on the entire peninsula?

The much touted theory of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) which for decades had been part of our political lexicon, had comforted us with a false equivalent to justify our existence in dealing with our adversaries. It implies the practice of a zero-some game which can only be measured in humanistic and economic terms, while providing a guarantee for maintaining one's autonomy; at lease, so we had been told.

And while men like defamed Pakistani Nuclear Scientist, A.Q. Khan seem to support this idea of nuclear proliferation as a deterrence, they fail to understand that some countries  government structural designed does not provide for any checks and balances as a deterrence to its use, hence increasing the likelihood of a possible Armageddon.

One of its major shortcomings is its reliance on the Devils pack of mass suicide. It defies the realities of any cost benefit analysis and reduces the people to the equivalent of pawns to be used in a winless game. It is indeed the ultimate false logic of existance, in that we all must be killed first as a means of coming to an agreememt. Another drawback is that nuclear armament can be used as an entrenchment of dictatorial and despotic powers, the likes as we had seen in South Africa, Libya and now, North Korea. In those three cases one can ask, are/were their nuclear power designed to deter the intervention of outside forces or to maintain those inwardly in the name of autonomy?

So as these leaders continue to thump their chests while keeping us hostage under their various forns of government, the internal unrest continues. Their boasting of that nuclear might theory seems now to have found an accommodation with its appropriate acronym .....MAD (lunatics, if I may add) to describe all those who ascribed to it. And when I think that most of their families would be safely tucked away in some high-tech designed bunker facility, leaving my hass out there to fry, the least I can do is fret!.

Now with Bannon now gone, Mt. Ridge Possy would be next to go.

The Monsieur from the French Quarters 

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#2 Aug 19, 2017 7:52 am

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Mr Frenchman , if I am not mistaken  - and  I am pretty sure I am not , I saw your Dr Liverpool 'Chalkdust' in my neighbourhood  about two weeks  ago.
I walked into this local 'village' restaurant  and your Dr was sitting , finishing up some  food ,   in the company of 3 other guys   .
Ordering some food , I kept looking over by these guys  , double taking .. you know.
When the guys walked out , I had not received my order , thus the chance to say ' I know you ,was lost.
The next day , he and two of the guys were on .

You would have delighted to say a few words to Chalkdust  in that local setting.

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#3 Aug 19, 2017 8:48 am

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The Frenchman wrote:

My favorite social and political commentary Artist and Satirist, Dr. Hollis Liverpool (Sobriquet, Chalkdust) had come to my rescue and provided me with this theme that I found apropo to this disastrous path of utter "dohtishness" that our government has embarked upon. And Just when I had decided to "pack-up my guns on the Talkshop Shelf", and leave the fight for the younger ones and those Confusion Bu-too like Slice and Gripe, I learned of the "Fire and Fury like the world had never seen before" comment coming from the mouth of "The Don". And that was followed by another "sleeping pill" from him saying "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely". He seem too have fully transitioned his braggadocious, bloviating, melomaniacal and self-aggrandizing qualities of his business acumen into a new culture of political discourse; a precursor to his percieved leadership strength; at lease, so he thinks.

And when again, we received the assurance from his Secretary of State, "The Tilli" --in his desperate attempt to walk back the POTUS Tripe --saying that "We can all sleep well at night", just like Chalkdust, I awoked from my slumber, "got sane and ah strap-on me guns again".

These are the diplomatic words we all have become accustomed to hearing, coming from the mouths of those in our Executive Branch of government. And they firmly believe that "We! The People" would interpret their "caca paler" (paying homage here  to my patois speaking ancestors) as strong and decisive reactionary measures designed to save our hasses.

Ohhhhhhh America! America! America! What have you become?; descending so low below the status of "Thirdworldism" while touting the morals and vertues of a super power to us on a suicidal note pad. It took you just 230+ days to become the laughing stalk of the world all over again; behaving like a defanged Lion who must now feed on the putered carcases of rodents. Why in heaven's name did we succumb to this bottomless pit when all the evidence of a deranged mind were steering at us in the face? He and Mt. Ridge Possy are the kind of specimens that would have been salivating to pfurk Pavlov's Dog and send Behavioral Scientists like Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget to the Mad House. Would someone put a hand and deliver us from this tormentuous twitting political Hermaphrodite character, who day after day contaminates our airwaves with weapons grade pollutants?. How much longer should we endure what has now become the curtain call for a Barnum and Bailey Circus act, with this Clown at center stage?

During calmer times, when political adversaries practiced some semblance of diplomacy, the most direct verbal confrontation were limited to broad overtures. One can remember Ronald Reagan's 1987 directive to Gorbachev to "Tear down this wall" (referring not so much to the Berlin Wall that had separated East from West Germany but the wall of divison between Western political values of democracy and those of Soviet Style Socialism). This rhetoric had escalated to a more bellicose approach as in Bush's 2001 edict of wanting Osama Bin Laden "dead or alive". Obama's "Red line in the sand" comment on Assad's use of chemical weapons against his own people in Syria, was met with a Congress that exposed America's soft under-belly and showed how embarrassing these pronouncements can be when they do not materialize.

This latest "Trump Card" however, supersedes all because of the percieved level of destruction we would face in light of Kim Jong-un's threat to continue cultivating his nuclear ambitions. But what does it mean when one draws a parallel between levels of destruction that would befall another as a result of their own incompliance to conduct proper political discourse? Does this mean the inevitability of a preemptive strike, one where "A Win" would mean the sacrifice of 10 million deaths of our people for 75 million of theirs on the entire peninsula?

The much touted theory of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) which for decades had been part of our political lexicon, had comforted us with a false equivalent to justify our existence in dealing with our adversaries. It implies the practice of a zero-some game which can only be measured in humanistic and economic terms, while providing a guarantee for maintaining one's autonomy; at lease, so we had been told.

And while men like defamed Pakistani Nuclear Scientist, A.Q. Khan seem to support this idea of nuclear proliferation as a deterrence, they fail to understand that some countries  government structural designed does not provide for any checks and balances as a deterrence to its use, hence increasing the likelihood of a possible Armageddon.

One of its major shortcomings is its reliance on the Devils pack of mass suicide. It defies the realities of any cost benefit analysis and reduces the people to the equivalent of pawns to be used in a winless game. It is indeed the ultimate false logic of existance, in that we all must be killed first as a means of coming to an agreememt. Another drawback is that nuclear armament can be used as an entrenchment of dictatorial and despotic powers, the likes as we had seen in South Africa, Libya and now, North Korea. In those three cases one can ask, are/were their nuclear power designed to deter the intervention of outside forces or to maintain those inwardly in the name of autonomy?

So as these leaders continue to thump their chests while keeping us hostage under their various forns of government, the internal unrest continues. Their boasting of that nuclear might theory seems now to have found an accommodation with its appropriate acronym .....MAD (lunatics, if I may add) to describe all those who ascribed to it. And when I think that most of their families would be safely tucked away in some high-tech designed bunker facility, leaving my hass out there to fry, the least I can do is fret!.

Now with Bannon now gone, Mt. Ridge Possy would be next to go.

The Monsieur from the French Quarters 

Lets put all that blame squarely where it is suppose to be,  I ent blaming no one but the Clintons and the Donna Brazil and that FAGGOT called John Lewis.  Nothing here is new about Trump, we all saw it during his campaign.

Here is the difference the world Knew that Hillary was not electable, but still folks like you voted for her anyway. Frenchman, you are not free of blame for Trump, you are maybe just as bad as the KKK.  Yet everyone of you that voted for Clinton over Bernie in the primaries are totally responsible for Trump.

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#4 Aug 19, 2017 10:03 am

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I hope the man from the  French Quarters remembered  what he once said.
Lmao.

That post from the Frenchman  -  - showed no  sign of  Alzheimer's

Let's see. lol.

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#5 Aug 19, 2017 2:39 pm

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Slice wrote:
The Frenchman wrote:

My favorite social and political commentary Artist and Satirist, Dr. Hollis Liverpool (Sobriquet, Chalkdust) had come to my rescue and provided me with this theme that I found apropo to this disastrous path of utter "dohtishness" that our government has embarked upon. And Just when I had decided to "pack-up my guns on the Talkshop Shelf", and leave the fight for the younger ones and those Confusion Bu-too like Slice and Gripe, I learned of the "Fire and Fury like the world had never seen before" comment coming from the mouth of "The Don". And that was followed by another "sleeping pill" from him saying "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely". He seem too have fully transitioned his braggadocious, bloviating, melomaniacal and self-aggrandizing qualities of his business acumen into a new culture of political discourse; a precursor to his percieved leadership strength; at lease, so he thinks.

And when again, we received the assurance from his Secretary of State, "The Tilli" --in his desperate attempt to walk back the POTUS Tripe --saying that "We can all sleep well at night", just like Chalkdust, I awoked from my slumber, "got sane and ah strap-on me guns again".

These are the diplomatic words we all have become accustomed to hearing, coming from the mouths of those in our Executive Branch of government. And they firmly believe that "We! The People" would interpret their "caca paler" (paying homage here  to my patois speaking ancestors) as strong and decisive reactionary measures designed to save our hasses.

Ohhhhhhh America! America! America! What have you become?; descending so low below the status of "Thirdworldism" while touting the morals and vertues of a super power to us on a suicidal note pad. It took you just 230+ days to become the laughing stalk of the world all over again; behaving like a defanged Lion who must now feed on the putered carcases of rodents. Why in heaven's name did we succumb to this bottomless pit when all the evidence of a deranged mind were steering at us in the face? He and Mt. Ridge Possy are the kind of specimens that would have been salivating to pfurk Pavlov's Dog and send Behavioral Scientists like Sigmund Freud and Jean Piaget to the Mad House. Would someone put a hand and deliver us from this tormentuous twitting political Hermaphrodite character, who day after day contaminates our airwaves with weapons grade pollutants?. How much longer should we endure what has now become the curtain call for a Barnum and Bailey Circus act, with this Clown at center stage?

During calmer times, when political adversaries practiced some semblance of diplomacy, the most direct verbal confrontation were limited to broad overtures. One can remember Ronald Reagan's 1987 directive to Gorbachev to "Tear down this wall" (referring not so much to the Berlin Wall that had separated East from West Germany but the wall of divison between Western political values of democracy and those of Soviet Style Socialism). This rhetoric had escalated to a more bellicose approach as in Bush's 2001 edict of wanting Osama Bin Laden "dead or alive". Obama's "Red line in the sand" comment on Assad's use of chemical weapons against his own people in Syria, was met with a Congress that exposed America's soft under-belly and showed how embarrassing these pronouncements can be when they do not materialize.

This latest "Trump Card" however, supersedes all because of the percieved level of destruction we would face in light of Kim Jong-un's threat to continue cultivating his nuclear ambitions. But what does it mean when one draws a parallel between levels of destruction that would befall another as a result of their own incompliance to conduct proper political discourse? Does this mean the inevitability of a preemptive strike, one where "A Win" would mean the sacrifice of 10 million deaths of our people for 75 million of theirs on the entire peninsula?

The much touted theory of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) which for decades had been part of our political lexicon, had comforted us with a false equivalent to justify our existence in dealing with our adversaries. It implies the practice of a zero-some game which can only be measured in humanistic and economic terms, while providing a guarantee for maintaining one's autonomy; at lease, so we had been told.

And while men like defamed Pakistani Nuclear Scientist, A.Q. Khan seem to support this idea of nuclear proliferation as a deterrence, they fail to understand that some countries  government structural designed does not provide for any checks and balances as a deterrence to its use, hence increasing the likelihood of a possible Armageddon.

One of its major shortcomings is its reliance on the Devils pack of mass suicide. It defies the realities of any cost benefit analysis and reduces the people to the equivalent of pawns to be used in a winless game. It is indeed the ultimate false logic of existance, in that we all must be killed first as a means of coming to an agreememt. Another drawback is that nuclear armament can be used as an entrenchment of dictatorial and despotic powers, the likes as we had seen in South Africa, Libya and now, North Korea. In those three cases one can ask, are/were their nuclear power designed to deter the intervention of outside forces or to maintain those inwardly in the name of autonomy?

So as these leaders continue to thump their chests while keeping us hostage under their various forns of government, the internal unrest continues. Their boasting of that nuclear might theory seems now to have found an accommodation with its appropriate acronym .....MAD (lunatics, if I may add) to describe all those who ascribed to it. And when I think that most of their families would be safely tucked away in some high-tech designed bunker facility, leaving my hass out there to fry, the least I can do is fret!.

Now with Bannon now gone, Mt. Ridge Possy would be next to go.

The Monsieur from the French Quarters 

Lets put all that blame squarely where it is suppose to be,  I ent blaming no one but the Clintons and the Donna Brazil and that FAGGOT called John Lewis.  Nothing here is new about Trump, we all saw it during his campaign.

Here is the difference the world Knew that Hillary was not electable, but still folks like you voted for her anyway. Frenchman, you are not free of blame for Trump, you are maybe just as bad as the KKK.  Yet everyone of you that voted for Clinton over Bernie in the primaries are totally responsible for Trump.


Despite flaws Clinton was eminently electable, Bernie did help the divide and conquer route, but he rallied behind Hillary at the end. Trump did not win the popular vote, and had so many of his dimwit followers not believed in his mostly bullsheite he would have lost hands down. Insiders reported that He really did not expect to win despite the bravado, or what they say now. Lets face it if you want a fact that fits what you want to hear from Trumps mouth just wait 10 minutes and Trump will come round to saying what you want. He is just like the weather in England.

Had Trumps followers not thrown the baby out with the bathwater, and ignored real politicians we would have had a more sensible election, at the end, and win or lose both sides could have felt good about winning, or losing depending on who came out on top. But Trump is such an injustice for the system the Dems MUST feel cheated.

I only wonder if Trumps reign collapses like a pack of cards is it right for the Vice President to take over, or would it start a re-election cycle again? What a mess.

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