A Grasshopper Today

I would hazard the guess that most people, at least most people older than the Millennials, in the Civilized World are at least passingly familiar with Aesop’s fable of the The Ants & the Grasshopper. But I’m also willing to hazard the guess that, with the Progress our civilization has endured, certain all to populous elements would reject that fable in favor of one more suited to modern Liberalism.


The Ants & the Grasshopper Today

The ant works hard in the withering heat and the rain all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter.


The grasshopper thinks the ant is a fool and laughs and dances and plays the summer away.


Come winter, the shivering grasshopper calls a press conference and demands to know why the ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed while he is cold and starving.


CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN and ABC show up to provide pictures of the shivering grasshopper next to a video of the ant in his comfortable home with a table filled with food.


America is stunned by the sharp contrast. How can this be, that in a country of such wealth, this poor grasshopper is allowed to suffer so unfairly?


Kermit the Frog appears on Oprah with the grasshopper and everybody cries when they sing, ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green …’


Occupy the Anthill stages a demonstration in front of the ant’s house where the news stations film the Black Lives Matter group singing, We shall overcome.


Then Reverend Al Sharpton has the group kneel down to pray for the grasshopper while he damns the ants. He later appears on MSNBC to complain that rich people do not care.

A Twitter firestorm erupts with Millenials declaring that #IstandWithGrasshopper. This results in Twitter mass banning pro-ant users.

On college campuses across the nation students riot, demanding ant-free safe spaces.


Former President Obama condemns the ant and blames Donald Trump, President Bush 43, President Bush 41, President Reagan, Christopher Columbus, and the Pope for the grasshopper’s plight.


Nancy Pelosi & Chuck Schumer exclaim in an interview on The View that the ant has gotten rich off the back of the grasshopper and both call for an immediate tax hike on the ant to make him pay his fair share.


Finally, the EEOC drafts the Economic Equity & Anti-Grasshopper Act retroactive to the beginning of the summer.


The ant is fined for failing to hire an proportionate number of green bugs and, having nothing left to pay his retroactive taxes, his home is confiscated by the Government Green Czar and given to the grasshopper.


The story ends as we see the grasshopper and his free-loading friends finishing up the last bits of the ant’s food while the government house he is in, which, as you recall, just happens to be the ant’s old house, crumbles around them because the grasshopper doesn’t maintain it.


The ant has disappeared in the snow, never to be seen again.


The grasshopper is found dead in a drug related incident, and the house, now abandoned, is taken over by a gang of spiders who terrorize what’s left of the ramshackle, once prosperous and peaceful, neighborhood.

Sadly, the above rewrite of Aesop’s teaching tale perfectly fits with the ideology of the Left and their minorities. It hammers home the moral that they so stridently proclaim – that the productive majority must always surrender their property to the shiftless eaters.

What makes it worse for we ants aka productive, responsible American citizens is that the grasshoppers we have to deal with are the species that left unchecked turn into locusts.

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Loser Left’s Laments

Loser Left’s Laments

I waited a bit before commenting on the 2018 mid-term elections, partly to give a chance for more state-level results to be made easily available and partly to give myself a chance to see what the consensus fall out was. It was worth the wait because the fall out was both unexpected.

The Left’s Lament

The Left’s party of choice, the Democrats flip the House by a small margin, gained a few Governorships, but lost ground in the Senate. And yet, most of them seem pretty damn angry about the results and feel that they lost, in that they didn’t get their “Blue Wave” or their “fair share” of elected offices across our country.

Essentially, these sorts are ranting because the Democrats overall received more raw, ballots across the nation than the GOP did. Hence, they believe that they should have been given more seats in the Senate, irrespective of the fact that each Seat’s election is a standalone item and not impacted by other election results.  Yes, that is correct. They’re whining because their people, concentrated in a relatively few urban areas, didn’t get to dictate how other people’s elections went.


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They Think That The Blue Should Rule The Red
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Of course, this is exactly the sort of hysterical and quasi-mindless lamentations one can expect from a group of people who have:

  1. Voluntarily segregated and isolated themselves into a small number of “geographically challenged” of “safe spaces”;
  2. Believe that their desires and perceived needs are those of the entirety of the country – except for those deplorable racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, Islamophobic, bigoted Fascists in “Fly Over Country;”
  3. Are only concerned with “minority rights” when said minority isn’t White people – who are, of course, deplorable racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, Islamophobic, bigoted Fascists.

Yeah, I guess it sucks for them and to be them. Even when they score some level and form of victory, they lament instead of rejoice because nothing short of their total victory over the American people will suffice.

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The Parable Of The Lions

When it comes to teaching, the importance of the parables can hardly be overestimated. Scholars, rhetoricians, politicians, and philosophers as long ago as Socrates Aristotle used the didactic approach of these succinct stories to teach and illustrate deeper truths and moral or spiritual lessons in a fascinating and intriguing manner that engaged the student.

In light of that, I present the Parable of The Lions:

The Lions

There was a pride of lions in the African Savannah that did very well. They were the envy of the plains. They did so well that often the other prides would get to feed on their leftovers. In fact, some actually lived on these remains. Their success was based on their great leadership. The Alpha pair would not tolerate laziness or cowardice from the others in the pride. After a while, the other lions’ envy grew and with it so grew their resentment. They said it was not fair that these few should have so much and meanwhile, they only shared in the scraps and their plight was always a struggle.

As their envy grew, so did their boldness. One day, with the help of other sympathetic beasts, they managed to kill the Alpha pair. They rejoiced in their deed. They now had achieved the equality they sought after for so long.

After a while, the laziness set in for some of the others in the top pride. Without the strong leadership of the Alpha pair, this laziness became more and more prevalent throughout the pride and their skills and abilities diminished.

“What!?” Said the others. “You are no longer leaving scraps for us to take. That’s not fair! We are also hungry!” So, the others began laying in wait for them to make the kill and then they would pounce on them, overcoming them in numbers and stealing their meat.

The more that this happened, the less that the top pride was willing to hunt. Some that still possessed the cunning and drive moved from the Savannah to another part of the country where again they flourished and built up the pride as it once was.

In the end, the Savannah lions, no longer able to get sustenance for themselves, turned on each other. Now they live a meager existence and share in their equality.

Michael M. Garcia

Yes, “The Lions” is a compelling parable that presents both some of the political woes besetting America and rest the Civilized World and the underlying societal and moral failures that have engendered those horrific and destructive political issues.

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Turnabout Is Fair

Recently The Journal- News, a Gannett publication based out of White Plains, NY, created and published a hit list detailing the names and home addresses of of every licensed pistol permit holder in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties.

Turnabout is fair as is retribution against those who would harm Americans by lending material aid and comfort to those who would gladly violate their constitutional right to keep arms and, given the immoral and violent nature of the Liberals and Progressives, violate their property, their persons, and the persons of their children.

Primary Targets

Gracia C. Martore

Gannet CEO

Gracia C Martore
728 Springvale Rd Great Falls, VA 22066
(703) 759-5954

The Left loves to go after heads of business so taking action against Martore would have to be considered fair by their standards and the fish does always stink from the head down.

Janet Hasson

Publisher

Janet Hasson
3 Gate House Lane, Mamaroneck NY, 10543
(914) 694-5204

Hasson was the last line of defense within The Journal- News. As she didn’t quash this assault, she’s culpible and a valid target for any form retribution that any Americans deems fitting.

Cynthia R. Lambert aka CynDee Royle

Editor

Cynthia R Lambert
17 Mcbride Ave, White Plains, NY 10603
(914) 948-9388

Lambert aka CynDee Royle was the editor in charge and should have been the first one to halt this attack. She chose not to do so and, hence, should be made to pay for her choice.

Dwight R. Worley

Reporter

Dwight R Worley
23006 139 Ave, Springfield Gardens, NY 11413
(718) 527-0832

Worley is the most directly responsible. Worse, he’s a hypocrite as he somehow got residence permit in New York City for his Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum revolver.

As always, for any American who chooses to take direct actions against these domestic enemies I strongly counsel double-checking the information provided before doing anything. The information presented is as accurate as possible within my abilities to confirm third-party sources but is not proven to enough of a degree to be considered optimal operational intelligence. Proper reconnaissance is always essential.

NOTE: This isn’t particulary original, nor was it ever my intention for it be so. This is merely “amplifying the signal” and protecting Americans’ rights to this needed intelligence in the event that the original sources, all on public servers such as WordPress.com, are compelled to be deleted.

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Teaching The Young

Some people have postulated that it takes a village to raise a child and there’s some truth in that over-used proverb. The community at large does bear some responsibility for teaching the children.

This is a duty that I’ve always taken quite seriously…

Recently, while I was trimming the bushes in what passes for my front yard, some my neighbors stopped to chat as they returned home from walking their dog. During our friendly conversation, I asked their 12 year-old daughter what she wanted to be when she grows up. She said she wanted to be President some day.

Both of her parents Liberals were standing there, so I asked her, If you were President what would be the first thing you would do?

She replied, Id give food and houses to all the homeless people. Her parents beamed with pride!

Wowwhat a worthy goal! I said. But you dont have to wait until youre President to do that! I told her.

What do you mean? she replied.

So I told her, You can come over to my place and trim the bushes, pull weeds, and plant some bulbs, and Ill pay you $50. Then you can go over to the subway stop where the homeless guy hangs out, and you can give him the $50 to use toward food and a new house.

She thought that over for a few seconds, then she looked me straight in the eye and asked, Why doesnt the homeless guy come over and do the work, and you can just pay him the $50?

I said, Welcome to the Republican Party. Her parents arent speaking to me.

Hehe…That’s the trick of teaching, as opposed to training or indoctrinating, adding immediacy and personal relevance to the lesson at hand. Children develop a firm grasp of socioeconomic principles amazingly quickly when you do that because even infants seem to understand real fairness. 😉

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