Posted: January 14, 2015 in by Bobby Ray Stacy
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Winner - Loser


“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”  — Abraham Lincoln


“If you don’t stand for something, you’re good for nothing.”  — John Dilligent


Where it All Began…

Where we took our turn for the worse was really when we let the Robber Barons pull us off our farms and our land many, many years ago, as the Industrial Revolution unfolded around us.


Nebraska Farm Family


Old Farm Family in Field

 You’re looking at a royal family, sovereign on their own land as per the Constitution and the last of a dying breed of free Americans. These people had no bills, they had no taxes, there were no firearms laws, there were no drug laws. There was no such thing as a hunting license, a fishing license, a traffic fine or the IRS. And that’s the short list. These were the last Americans who knew what it felt like to live truly and authentically “free”. They enjoyed a totally sovereign little monarchy within the borders of their own property: as the Founding Fathers intended it to be…


The Industrial Revolution has always been misnamed, because it was actually a corporate revolution — our first quantum leap toward fascism and general enslavement.


 Industrial Revolution - Factory Town


Industrial Revolution - Factory Interior


Boys at Work in Factory - Industrial Revolution


Industrial Revolution - Child Labor


But on down the road, once they had us displaced and disempowered for the most part, packed into major urban areas and now virtually completely dependent upon them as source of supply, they set upon us in earnest, milking us for all we were worth by setting us in competition against each other with the “keeping up with the Jones’s” scheme, in which “achieving success” meant acquiring bigger, better, fancier and shinier material objects than those possessed by those around you.


Keeping Up With The Joneses


You know, I think society actually held it’s own through so many generations of that. But eventually the corrosive effect of it just set in and advanced. And I think we’re now experiencing the inevitable fallout from that. Today.


Greedy Little Girl


We’re not breeding children anymore — as a general rule not nearly intended to include everyone (as usual) — we’re breeding crabs-in-a-bucket who’s manta is “Gimme and get out of my way”. If they’re not busy trying to beat you out of something they have no use for you whatsoever — you’re through.


Materialistic Relationship


Everything has generally become perceived as material now, including relationships and other human beings. Everything revolves around “self” now — it’s all about “ME”. The biggest surging trend in relationships right now is “friends with benefits”. This is rapidly taking the place of marriage for all those not terminally single or already married. And what this relationship implies tacitly albeit unequivocally is this:

I don’t love you…

I don’t want to live with you…

I don’t want a future together…

I don’t want to share anything…

I just want to screw you, and put you on the road ’til the next time I get good and horny.

And that’s what it says. So… not good. This is classic crab-in-a-bucket behavior… psychopathic tendencies.


Dakota Fanning on Cover of Cosmopolitan

I do believe if I spent enough time with my nose stuck in this magazine I’d only pull it out to stick it up my own vagina, assuming I had one…


Materialism - Religiosity Chart with Equations

The back cover and the code behind the matrix. These people have spent the last 100 years and untold trillions on the best mind science money can buy on the planet: all in a never-ending effort to enhance and refine their control over you. The simple fact that they know how to read this chart and you don’t is what makes them the puppetmasters and you the puppet.


We Will Provide Them Their Heros and Their Enemies

A fascist (or corporatist) state is in essence the seamless merger of big business and big government on the molecular level. Picture a siamese twin. Are they separate organisms, or one?  The truth is a little of neither and both.

And so it is with this type of government, the only ones left out in the cold are the masses, totally disempowered and subsisting wholly on the good graces of the State while eeking out there meagre existences as chattel slaves.

The Corporate State provides role models to idolize, emulate and aspire to. Naturally these role models must advance the corporatist agenda, which is to create a Godless, loveless, patently-materialistic environment. These role models are labeled “winners” and they certainly fit the bill in the purely materialistic and superficial meaning of the term: they are young, and rich and beautiful, and perhaps (if not typically) sexually-provocative.

But here we have one handy, let’s scratch that superficial veneer and check out the substance underneath the surface…


Paris Hilton Sucking on Lollipop

The original (and still the best) “famous for nothing” girl. Achieved stellar fame just by sucking a dick. Stands for anything with a paycheck attached. Charges $225,000 for showing up at a gala, function or event for 20 minutes, sucking up the free champange and hors d’oeuvres, then hitting the door. If her press ever flags she simply flashes her pussy in public (again), and everything’s right with the world… now that’s what I call a charmed life.


Socialite Paris Hilton has issued a groveling apology for her controversial comments about AIDS, insisting, “I wish I could take back every word.”

Hilton was recorded discussing homosexuals, HIV, and gay social networking website Grindr with a friend during a cab journey in New York earlier this month.

During the conversation, Hilton was heard saying, “Gay guys are the horniest people in the word… Most of them probably have AIDS… I would be so scared if I was a gay guy… you’ll, like, die of AIDS.”


Hilton has now spoken out to apologize for the scandal, telling the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), “I am so sorry and so upset that I caused pain to my gay friends, fans and their families with the comments heard this morning.

“I was having this private conversation with a friend of mine who is gay and our conversation was in no way towards the entire gay community. It is the last thing that I would ever want to do and I cannot put into words how much I wish I could take back every word.

“Gay people are the strongest and most inspiring people I know… Again, I am so sorry from the bottom of my heart and I feel absolutely horrible. I hope that everyone can accept my apology and know that it is not who I am or how I feel in any way.”


Aside from the fact that there’s a bald-faced lie in there somewhere, the literal interpretation of that rather sad statement is this: “I will be anything you want me to be, say anything you want me to say — just keep adoring me and sending me money.”


This is a graphic example of the “winners” we now manufacture in this country: no principles, values or convictions. It’s all about the Benjamins, all about the bling. We’ve entered into an era now where image is king, and all the substance in the world and a five-dollar bill will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks. These individuals are held up as idols and role models, these prostitutes who instruct us anything goes in the quest for rampant materialism and conspicuous consumption. And impressionable youth do follow their examples, and that’s a fact. That’s what they’re there for… that’s why the mega-corps grant them the “airtime”.

With the stroke of a pen this person, who is now sitting on an estimated net worth of $100 million, could acquire everything someone like a dedicated teacher or social worker, who gets down and dirty in the trenches daily and basically sacrifices their life to helping the hungry, needy and poor, could ever want and will never live to have.

And perhaps the saddest part is knowing that $100 million was generated by pure fluff, hype and frivolousness, none of which did anyone any good but its producers who were raking in the proceeds. And I’m left to wonder how providing nothing worthwhile can pay so good when “doing good” typically pays so bad, if anything at all…

One of the most interesting facts I’ve ever learned was that with the ancient Greeks, where teachers and entertainers in general fell on the status scale was completely flip-flopped from what we have in our society here today. Back then, adjusting for deflation and foreign currency exchange, top “stars” would be making an average of $30,000 a year, while “star” teachers and professors would be raking in more like $30 million.

And you know, it all falls back on perceived value. This is a graphic example of where their priorities lay then and there versus where our priorities are at here and now. Theirs was in education, and illumination, and enlightenment. Ours is in entertainment, escapism , and idolatry.

But the problem here is with the role model element. When we choose to perceive individuals such as this as “winners” just because they have lots of ready cash or are driving a Lambo we are missing the boat. When our daughters grow up wanting to emulate them we are doomed.





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