Quote of the day—Carl Bussjaeger

I’ll respond by penning a sarcastic post that blares the offender’s stupidity to the world. Or as much as might be paying attention to little ol’ me.

That’s mildly satisfying. For about thirty seconds. Until I see the next repeat of the same bloody große Lüge. So it has gotten to the point that I’ll be halfway through another piece…

…and give it up. Because the große Lüge will just pop up in another media hole anyway.

Carl Bussjaeger
February 7, 2017
GROSSE LÜGE
[I know the feeling.

I wonder what the best solution is. The best I can come up with is to avoid the lying media, just keep changing the culture from the ground up, and casually point out the lies to people who might believe them when they come up.—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Carl Bussjaeger

    • I had some former “reporters” attend Boomershoot and, in a low voice, tell me they had to get out of that side of the business and that I shouldn’t worry about how they were going to portray Boomershoot. I didn’t really trust them, but they were true to their word. The Boomershoot story came out very positive.

  1. I agree with the quote, all except for one thing, and it’s a very, very big thing;
    “…that blares the offender’s stupidity to the world.”

    No, Young Grasshopper; it isn’t stupidity. If not falling for the big lie, you’re at least excusing it by attributing it to stupidity. Whether the big lie is being parroted mindlessly by a useful idiot, or it’s issuing from the mouth of its originator, it is an intentional act of deception.

    If, for example, Al Gore were a blithering idiot, why then is he so wealthy? The things he says are absurd, blatantly false and ridiculous, but they’re NOT stupid. They are carefully planned and marvelously executed, marvelously successful lies.

    Be careful you don’t fall into the trap of underestimating the enemy. Yes I do mean “enemy” because they’re waging war even if you aren’t. Eventually nearly all of us wake up one day realizing we’ve been losing a war we didn’t know we were fighting.

    Saying that your enemy is stupid is like calling the spider stupid after it’s got its venom into you, your insides are turning to mush, and the spider is already feeding off of your substance. The captured fly turns to the spider and says, “Don’t you know that’s a horrible lifestyle you have? Don’t you know you’re killing us?” and the spider only laughs to itself and jeers as it gets bigger and fatter.

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