THE CULTURE THAT CREATED DONALD TRUMP WAS LIBERAL, NOT CONSERVATIVE
Donald Trump was promoted and schooled, made famous and made wealthy, by the same culture and economy that now reviles him.
Click Jim Lewis link for Intercept story from March 28 2016.
After all, it wasn’t some Klan newsletter that first brought Trump to our attention: It was Time and Esquire and Spy. The Westboro Baptist Church didn’t give him his own TV show: NBC did. And his boasts and lies weren’t posted on Breitbart, they were published by Random House. He was created by people who learned from Andy Warhol, not Jerry Falwell, who knew him from galas at the Met, not fundraisers at Karl Rove’s house, and his original audience was presented to him by Condé Nast, not Guns & Ammo. He owes his celebrity, his money, his arrogance, and his skill at drawing attention to those coastal cultural gatekeepers — presumably mostly liberal — who first elevated him out of general obscurity, making him famous and rewarding him (and, not at all incidentally, themselves) for his idiocies.
A Peruvian speaker of Quechua, relates that her language conceives of the future as behind because we can’t see it, while the past lies in front.
The B Drama of a family who moved from a White House to the Big House.
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Kenney unveils new COVID-19 restrictions following weeks of pressure
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney rejected calls to implement a more widespread lockdown across the province, calling that option ‘an unprecedented violation of fundamental constitutionally protected rights and freedoms’
The RCMP, having taken the Canadian public for a ride for decades, have at last been called out.
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iPolitics. Published on Nov 20, 2020 12:01am (slightly embellished by AHM)
With Conservative Finance critic Pierre “Skippy” Poilievre’s petition drive to “Stop the Great Reset” racking up more than 61,000 signatures in just two days, it’s worth noting that it was Rebel Media conspiracy commander in chief Ezra Levant who initially sounded the klaxon over the dire implications the reset in question may have for Canada.
A few days before Poilievre’s campaign went live, he tweeted a 29-second video clip of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau publicly endorsing the idea at a virtual United Nations forum on sustainable development in the COVID era earlier this fall.
“I thought this was supposed to be a conspiracy theory,” he noted.
“But here it is, straight from Trudeau’s mouth. The pandemic is the excuse for a ‘Great Reset’ of the world, led by the UN.”