Dispatches From Occupied America. Day One


“There should be no illusion; the Marxists are taking power in America seriously and for a long time. Indeed, communist leaders from Lenin to Brezhnev are sardonically grinning from hell and watching in disbelief as what was impossible for the Soviet Union to accomplish with all its military might and nuclear arsenal is being accomplished by the American people themselves through a dubious electoral process.” — Alex Markovsky

One of the more disconcerting images from this day, a date that should rightly be draped not in Old Glory, but in a dark and dreary funeral garland, is that of vacuous liberals weeping tears of joy at the saccharine platitudes of the country’s newly installed rulers, the geriatric doofus Joe Biden and his promiscuous communistic gal-pal from California, a pair of miscreant pols less inspiring than genital warts to all but the sophomoric denizens of the lobotomized Left (and probably harder to expunge, given the current putrescence of the American system).

But the Donald has left the building, and for jubilant lefties, that is all that counts. It matters not that his long awaited exit was likely expedited not by the grace of God and the electorate, but rather by the suspect programming of Dominion voting machines and the low hour harvesting of counterfeit ballots by non-partisan poll workers coincidentally costumed in Biden-Harris tee shirts.

And who is left to protest? In the wake of the January 6th Capitol “insurrection”, the Silicon Valley socialists and their media assassins performed a rapid purge of conservative dissidents from all public places save a few shady establishments on the dark side of the web. Free speech is now being rationed, sold to consumers in waxy brown wrappers by Democrats in bloody butcher aprons who no longer bother to hide the greasy thumbs that depress the scales. The body politic has been hacked into unrecognizable cutlets.

Goodbye, America. It’s been fun.

About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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3 Responses to Dispatches From Occupied America. Day One

  1. woodsterman says:

    I think we can muster a little more fight. I’m not ready to throw in the towel just yet.

  2. Bob Mack says:

    Me neither. But the grindstone’s in motion. Our side needs a comprehensive, coordinated strategy to counter the media, academia, the real domestic terrorists, and the Marxist Democrats.

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