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February 23, 2009

The Entertainment Industry's Economic Policy, Journalism's Objective

Posted by Dave Blount at February 23, 2009 9:49 AM

The ultra left's Gramscian strategy of establishing cultural hegemony by taking over the news media, academia, and the entertainment industry has been succeeding spectacularly. Bill Maher may be said to personify this appalling process, by which we have been stripped of our own culture by vermin who aim to destroy it. Friday night, he was on TV saying this:

If we killed two random, rich greedy pigs; blew them up at halftime at next year's Super Bowl. Or left them hanging on the big board at the New York Stock Exchange, you know, as a warning, with their balls in their mouths, I think it would really make everyone else sit up and take notice.

It could be Obama has finally found himself a Commerce Secretary.

On the same program, Chrystia Freeland of the Financial Times let slip her main journalistic objective:

It's important to prepare the ground for radical government action.

That sums up the purpose of the establishment media.

Bill Maher has a message for America.

On a tip from V the K.