Friday, August 3, 2018


Even though I obtained an M.S. in Psychology 25 years ago, there is a real reason I did not pursue Clinical Psychology. THEM FOLKS ARE SICK - SOME VERY SICK!

Incel is short for “involuntary celibate,” and is the preferred moniker of a number of mostly young white men united only by a shared bitterness over their persistent inability to get laid. In short, they do not like the fact that “control of the pussy” is in the domain of women! Some cannot even distinguish the difference between their penis and their gun. Sick.

Trump certainly fits the definition- the overt misogyny and self-entitlement to power over women, the casual acceptance of sexual violence (grab ‘em by the pussy), and the fact that the sex he's gotten closely fits the incel narrative (he attracts "Stacys" who wouldn't consent if not for his wealth).

“Incel” was a therapy group started in Canada (by a woman, naturally) around 1993 for men who struggled to find acceptance in their social lives and found themselves “involuntarily celibate.” That is a diagnosis fits well with a mild form of autism.

Consider the case of Trump:
• Appears to have never had consensual sex that he didn't pay for one way or the other.
• Blames everyone but himself for his problems.
• Does not have the temperament to hold down a job that requires actual work; relies on parents for support. (He burned through a large inheritance and bilked his siblings.)
• Trapped inside a social media community of people saying edgy/offensive things.
• The only way he maintains his status is to escalate his edginess/offensiveness.

Incels make absurd demands on the internet. They lack face-to-face communication skills. And there, in a nutshell, is the reason the majority of Trump Culties are uneducated trolls. They frequently make baseless assumptions without any evidence to support their often odd claims.

Incel communities (or "cells") have existed, in one form or another since 2001. Georgia State University researchers interviewed a small sample of people who were active in INCEL communities. The respondents were mostly white, young men who said that their involuntary celibacy had led to negative self-image, a sense that their sexual development was retarded, and most exhibited some depression or overt aggression (or both) as a result, the study found.

What many INCELs have in common is Asperger syndrome. Trump certainly qualifies! Candice Bergen Says Donald Trump Acted Like a 'Douche' that time she went on a blind date with him in college.

Men Going Their Own Way explain:
"Chad is the archetypal alpha bad boy; he and his girlfriend Stacy are perennial objects of the manosphere's envy and resentment... His Black counterpart is 'Tyrone,' because of course that's his name."

Another trait of incels is the idolizing of "strong men." (e.g. Putin, Tyson, the Chad Folder, etc.)

Make no mistake, the individuals with Asperger syndrome are a lonely lot. They often lack social skills and manners. But that is no excuse for killing others or behaving (or internalizing) very destructively.

Don't get me wrong. There are places for Chads and Stacys like Main Street or Avenue des Champs-Élysées. And there are places for INCELs like Scientology or Hare Krishna.

P.S. I have been married to the same girl for 35 years and I am neither a "Chad" - nor she a "Stacy." What we have is common is we both bagged a Master's degree from the same nearby college/university albeit a few years apart. Convenient matriculation. If wankers ever get out of the back row and finish college or take a YOGA class, their 'odds' just might improve - no guarantee and batteries not included. The only sure thing for INCELs is inflatable.

Chad and Stacy "Labels" [a PDF] serve self-centered incels drowning in their own isolated sickness. It is a sad vortex in which to fall. Very sad. A Trumpian vortex. A very Trumpian vortex.

Maybe tomorrow: how some INCELs become battering husbands. (e.g. most perceptive females sense danger from incels which is WHY many--but not all--Stacys stay away!)

Check out the Trump University Alumni Association. -- click on "Not Now" when you arrive.

If this posting seems a wee bit "in your face," then WAKE UP.

also note: there are language deficiencies in the incel-generated material (e.g. 'rich normies that could pull' instead of 'rich normies that could ATTRACT' [girls], and 'I would like to have someone do a news coverage for me' instead of 'I would like to be on the news' and 'I made a few posts ago' instead of 'A few posts ago, I commented...'). Trump also makes these kinds of language errors on his Twitter Tweets.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

My buddy...

Since all else has failed, I have now tuned out the cheap Trump Freak Show! If we all did, he and his erstwhile Cult would go away.

I told Trump Culties to do a little fact checking or shut up.

No matter how Trump and his Cult are criticized, they grow bolder.

Every day there seems to be a new episode to this tawdry freak show.

What can we do? Ignore Trump and his Cult?

That would be bad for democracy; Trump would claim the “silent majority” was behind him 100%.

Trump’s rhetoric generally contains insulting, bullying, demeaning, and diminishing comments. That’s only because Trump has no real friends and hoards of read enemies.

This is no leader. This is no president.

This is a cheap freak show at an even cheaper carnival.

What do you do if you don’t like an obnoxious cheap freak show? Tune it out to throw a ping pong ball at a fish bowl!

That 35¢ carnival gold fish has far more diplomatic skills than Trump ever will.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

all the qualities of a dog...

... except loyalty.

The organizing principle of Trump is loyalty.

Not loyalty to an ideal, a vision, or a legislative program, but to just —Donald J. Trump— even he struggles to gain control. (Chaos rules the white house)

In America that is as unprecedented as it is dangerous.

Trump’s takeover has been a take-no-prisoners cannibalistic coup.

In the past the Oval Office has occasionally belonged to narcissists.

Some lied.

Some seduced.

Some bullied.

Some undermined norms.

But none can hold a candle to Trump.

His system is based on his contempt for the truth.

Mr Trump either does not—or cannot—distinguish fact and false. (Sadly, the same follows for his CULT)

On the campaign he behaved as if the truth was whatever he could get away with.

As president, Trump assumes that his power means he can get away anything.

When power dominates truth, criticism becomes betrayal.

Thus, when H.R. McMaster, a former national security adviser, said that Russia had interfered in the election campaign, Trump heard his words as hostile. He was sacrificed.


Sunday, July 29, 2018

Fake President

Trump refers to media outlets (that he has dubbed the "fake news media") as "the enemy of the People ."

The phrase "the enemy of the people" has a long history that Trump may not know about.

Over the course of the last century, it has been used by dictators and autocrats to delegitimize opposition and dissenters.

It came into use in the modern period during the Third Reich's rule in Germany. Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels referred to Jews as "a sworn enemy of the German people" who posed a risk to Adolf Hitler's vision.

It gained its widest use by Joseph Stalin. Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin used the term vrag naroda (enemy of the nation/people) to refer to those who disagreed with the ideologies pushed forth by the Bolsheviks. This could include anyone from clergy to writers to political opposition. Later coined by Stalin, such a designation meant immediate imprisonment.

"All leaders of the Constitutional Democratic Party, a party filled with enemies of the people, are hereby to be considered outlaws, and are to be arrested immediately and brought before the revolutionary court," said Lenin in November 1917.

The phrase lost popularity when Nikita Khrushchev came into power and denounced Lenin and Stalin's use of the term.

"The formula 'enemy of the people was specifically introduced for the purpose of physically annihilating such individuals," Khrushchev said in a 1956 speech to the Soviet Communist Party . Nina Khruscheva, Khruschev's great-granddaughter and international affairs professor at the New School in New York, told The New York Times that it was particularly shocking to hear the language of "state nationalism [that] is… the same regardless of the country."