Why are there Coats of Arms for Nobles and Nothing for Us? – Punditry by Other Means

Published on Dissident Voice, by Denis A. Conroy, November 28, 2016.

… Was that special Tuesday in November a dream-like experience for anybody? If it was for some, it certainly wasn’t for the unemployed, the homeless and other victims of a system myopically focused on privatising prosperity while pillaging the prospects of the nothing-for-us-proles to have a fair share of anything … //

… Shakespeare was an Englishman with both a penchant for comedy and tragedy, testing our credulity whenever these two elements appeared side by side in any one story…our immediate reaction being one that questioned the legitimacy of the two being together. But a closer look at man’s inhumanity to man…or the exploitation of man by man…one can see much evidence of malice and farce speciously undermine our justice systems…and that can make you laugh or cry, or both at once…and even more so if you listen to the pundits who try to justify the charade … //

… But holy cow, come that special day in November there is heard a rumbling in the jungle by the ‘deplorable’ class and the sky doesn’t only rain on a parade touting a fait accompli, a shoo-in, a one-horse-race, an insider’s breeze-on-in, a neoconservative fart-fest, but the sky falls on the whole shebang, the whole box of dice, the whole shooting match, the whole enchilada of insiders who thought they had the whole business sewn-up and that that special Tuesday in November was about nothing less than retaining the status quo.

The rumbling in the jungle demonstrated resistance to censorship and the corrupt media that lied to them in no small order. The conscious revolt from below the radar against self-interest insisting on its right to ride the gravy-train for another four years was derailed by the nothing-for-us’ers. The undoing of the $billion voiceover-tsunami launched by the entrenched coterie in order to stay in power was blown away by the voiceless many. The more of the same blather was anathema to the deplorable people who had been refused a place…even standing room…on said hyperbolic locomotive … //

… So the election results are in and nobody is the wiser. Will the interplay between the conscious and unconscious mind serve up new surprises after it took base instinct to remove a coterie of ivy-league charlatans, well versed in the business of foreign wars, as well as being well versed in the business of withholding the truth from the light of day, to be denied power. The truth is the banks had become too big to fail, the Pentagon too big to fail, the stock of nuclear missiles too big to fail, the stock-market too big to fail, the EMPIRE too big to fail, and worst of all now, an egocentric American narrative too big to fail … //

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(Denis Conroy is a retired businessman and journalist and a voracious follower of matters political outside of the mainstream arena. Read other articles by Denis A).


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