Even if you’re a millionaire Jewish woman who has earned her television network years of high ratings and awards, one allegedly “racist” tweet is enough to destroy your career. So learned Roseanne Barr, late of the revamped sitcom “Roseanne.” She and her co-star John Goodman milked the American everyman of hours of his life during their show’s run in the 1990s. This year, Roseanne carried out a fairly successful comeback. She kept her show in the same cultural vein as it had exploited in the 1990s — white, working class, irreligious folk — with a 2018 twist. In this relaunched show, her character was an earnest fan of President Donald Trump. It was not a far-fetched idea, since in real life Barr supported Trump during his candidacy and thus far in his presidency. The president had lately bragged about the popularity of Roseanne’s relaunched show, since he was a part of her success. Plus, he was a television star in his own right and knows a thing or two about the masses.
However, a tweetstorm by Barr which identified Obama insider Valerie Jarrett as the hybrid offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and the movie The Planet of the Apes, garnered Roseanne a series cancellation. ABC executives apparently could stomach homosexual intercourse, interracial dating, crass materialism, mockery of Christianity, ridicule of masculinity, perversion of femininity, exploitation of children’s innocence, and endless hedonism, but mildly jesting about a black public figure was a bridge too far.
For what it’s worth, Roseanne’s humor was hardly the stuff of a cross-burning ceremony. The Planet of the Apes contains a lot of things that are unpleasant. It is, after all, a dystopian film (especially the classic, original version). In that light, Roseanne’s comparison of Jarrett to the film could be a reference to the fact that Jarrett and her pals the Obamas are determined to end white, Christian, American civilization — as was the case in the film. It could also be a reference to the fact that in destroying our civilization, Jarrett and the Obamas are hastening an apocalyptic, dystopian future for our descendants to endure. There are probably still more things that she could have been referring to, but the fact that she mentioned a black person in the same sentence as a simian apparently could only mean one thing: Roseanne is a racist. And racists, as you might already know, have no rights or dignity in 2018 America. They only deserve swift, intense, irreversible punishment.
It’s amazing that in a world where everything is “your truth, my truth,” “whatever makes you feel good,” “be positive,” and allegedly anti-bullying, the one behavior that defines and unites today’s elite-created culture of death is its instantaneous, judgmental, quasi-moral bullying of whomever they deem to have crossed some magical line in the sand. It’s sheer hypocrisy, of course, fueled by healthy portions of Communism and Judaism. But it’s nonetheless staggering in its simple, devastating, intensity.
These are the children of the black hole. They can only consume, twist, and erase. They cannot create anything of beauty, light, life, or truth. To quote Scripture, they come only “to steal, to kill, and to destroy.”
The destruction of their own allies over the past year has been awesome. Whether it’s allegations of racism (as in the case of Roseanne) or allegations of sexual harassment or assault (as in the case of every Jewish figure in media, apparently) the pretty annoying Left is being gutted by the rabidly anti-Christian Left. It’s a Darwinian struggle in which the younger, non-white, gender-fluid, anti-Western members of the Left are exterminating their older, white or passably white, mainly heterosexual, Anglo-Zionist forebears. People like Tom Brokaw, Matt Lauer, and now Roseanne were never “our guys.” They pushed America down the slippery slope during the late twentieth century. Watching their younger counterparts attack them like hyenas over the last year has been like watching the maxim, “The Revolution eats its own,” played out in living color before my eyes.
If not even Roseanne can escape the destructive wrath of our modern Communists, who can?
Moreover, if not even a man who starred on their television networks, gave millions to their political and social causes, and was an insider’s insider in their ranks can avoid being painted as the devil incarnate for advocating mild nationalism, who can?
If not even that man will stand up to them and defeat them on his terms, rather than theirs, who can?
Watching Trump today is sort of like seeing the Czar take half-measures to ward off the Communists before his overthrow and execution.
Whether or not the Democrats reclaim control of the Congress and impeach Trump, the fact is that he has only two options: total victory, or total defeat. He is not pursuing the former, while his enemies zealously pursue the latter. Compared to Trump, George W. Bush is literally portrayed as a nice guy by the same people who treated W. as if he was the devil when he was in the White House. I wish Trump would think about that more deeply. No matter how his administration ends, he and everyone associated with his administration will be treated like Carthage after Rome won the Punic Wars: every mention of him in the history books will be erased, except the negative ones. The Left will completely salt his memory in the minds of present and future generations.
“The Revolution eats its own” is not just something for the history books, but is a highly potent force in 2018. What other maxims about Communism might be equally potent? What else might be expected from our benevolent societal leaders?
Tens of millions of Chinese, Vietnamese, and Cambodians were killed during the twentieth century by Communists.
Half of Europe was conquered and enslaved by Communists during the twentieth century.
Countless millions of Christians suffered abuse, rape, psychological torture, and murder during the twentieth century by Communists.
Tens of millions of white, Christian, Ukrainians were starved by Communists during the Holodomor.
Though Trump and Roseanne act as if that future were not here, we common people face a different reality day in and day out. Our white Christian peoples suffer psychological abuse at the hands of Communists in the media worldwide every day. They also suffer robbery, rape, and murder at the hands of their dusky mercenaries every day. We get no justice in our nations, only abuse. From Tommy Robinson in the U.K. to political prisoners in Charlottesville to frail Germans haled into court for speaking their minds about World War II, we need not fear what may happen to us if Communists take over our nations in the future.
That future is already here, as Roseanne learned. We are just living in the unfolding drama of that future. The question is what we do now.