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Friday T&A: Tatar Horde Edition

by | Sep 25, 2020 | fat girl jihad | 6 comments

I know I keep saying this, but it’s true – shit’s crazy and gettin’ crazier by the day.

Now, our beloved and dreaded Supreme Dark Lord (PBUH), Voxemort the Merciless, has a quite plausible theory explaining why things have gone so batshit insane in such a short time:

[T]he people who bring about real change to the world are the insane and the mentally ill, that would go a long way toward explaining why everything is getting crazier and crazier.

It is a VERY GOOD THING, then, that our way of doing things is rooted in that which is Good, Beautiful, and True. And on our side, we have the Chaddest of Chads to ever Chad across the world stage, His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Lion of Midnight, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, fighting to maintain those things.

He’s doing an absolutely phenomenal job. I NEVER thought he would be even ten percent as effective as he has actually been so far. And he’s JUST GETTING STARTED.

Recall that last week saw the timely demise of the Notorious RBG, one of the absolute worst interpreters of the law that the Supreme Court of the United States has ever seen. I have no doubt at all that Justice Ginsburg was a woman of remarkable intelligence, personal charm, erudition, and decency in her personal life. But, like most people on the Right, I take serious issue with her flagrantly biased “interpretations” of the law, which were rooted in absolutely nothing of any substance other than a personal conviction that the Constitution is a fluid document.

The God-Emperor now has the chance to nominate and confirm three SCOTUS judges in just his first term. If he succeeds in nominating a serious, strict Constitutionalist and scholar to the bench – which is an uphill and generally losing battle, given that so-called “conservatives” almost always end up veering to the Left once they get nominated – then he will have done more in one single term to safeguard so-called conservative principles than any other President in history since Andrew Jackson.

Think about it a bit further, though, and you’ll realise that there are plenty of reasons to be very optimistic about the future.

Let’s assume – which seems like a safe bet right now – that the God-Emperor’s selection of judge gets ratified and confirmed by the Senate, albeit after a hugely destructive and hysterical partisan hearing. That means that the Supreme Court will now have a proper 5-4 majority of serious Constitutional conservatives – Chief Justice John Roberts is a liberal, let’s be honest about that.

And that means that the one remaining old-school liberal on the court, Justice Breyer, will have absolutely no reason to stick around. His existence will mean nothing in the grand scheme of things.

What if he retires? The God-Emperor will then have an opportunity to nominate an amazing fourth SCOTUS judge – thereby locking up the entire Court for two generations.

That kind of impact hasn’t been seen since President Eisenhower’s time – “Speedy Gonzales” got 5 nominees onto the Court, though given that his nominees included Warren and Brennan, that isn’t a record to be proud of.

Now, as I’ve stated before, in the long run, who or what controls the SCOTUS doesn’t matter for a bucket of spit. The downfall and destruction of the United States of America and what so many on the dissident Right call “the Anglo-Zionist Empire” is guaranteed. It MUST happen, because that empire has defied the moral laws of the Supreme Judge of the Universe for far too long and a terrible price must be paid.

But that reckoning is a few years away yet, and in the meantime we have to deal with the craziness that is at our doorstep now. And the best way to do that is to concentrate on all that is Good, Beautiful, and True.

And what better way to spend time on at least one of those things than by enjoying the charms of a lovely Russian woman?

Her name is Anna Mingazova (Анна Мингазова), age 33, from the city of Kazan, on the banks of the Volga River. That city is the capital of the semi-autonomous region of Russia known as Tatarstan. She is married, apparently to a quite wealthy chap who buys her a lot of gifts and takes her to very nice places. (Yeah, I know – SHOOOOOCKING.) And she has a daughter. So her thottery levels probably aren’t too bad, all things considered – as in, her TQ isn’t quite radioactive, but it’s not far off either. She is quite well known for posing seductively in bikinis while holding cocktails in her hand – make of that what you will.

Happy Friday, boys. I know things are looking pretty bleak for a lot of us right now – self included, I’m going through some very rough times right now. But, try to be of good cheer. These tests are difficult for a reason. We are being pushed and prodded to see how much we can take before we finally break and give way, and that is necessary at this point. Be strong, be happy, be optimistic, and look forward to the days and weeks ahead, for things will get better.

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6 Comments

  1. brigadon

    I gotta admit… I am wondering what the Didact thinks of Stryper. I know it’s a bit off topic, but I am curious.

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    • Didact

      I was never a big fan of hair metal, so I never got into bands like STRYPER from back in the day. That’s a bit unfair given that STRYPER is in fact a Christian metal band, though. Honestly I haven’t listened to anything from them except probably their rendition of “Battle Hymn of the Republic”, which I quite like.

      I do like Christian metal in general. I particularly like IMPELLITTERI and Rob Rock – “Kingdom of Light” and a couple of other tracks come to mind. Some of the stuff in that realm gets a bit cheesy and over the top, especially the power metal side of things – to be expected, really – but overall I think that, as long as we keep that stuff out of Mass, it’s all good.

      Reply
  2. RMChris

    A “proper 5-4 majority of serious Constitutional conservatives “? I dunno…

    4 definite liberals: Breyer, Sotomayer, Kagan and Roberts. (I’m a little surprised at how many people have only finally realized that in the last year or so….)

    3 Constitutional conservatives: Thomas and Alito have been shown to be anyway, & Kavanaugh seems to be so far.

    Then there’s Gorsuch. He’s a pretty big wild card. While he seemed conservative initially, he was all in with the 6-3 liberal decision on “Bostock v Clayton County” this year. A case that helped (further?) enshrine mental illness (aka LBGTQXYZWTF…) as a protected civil right per court opinion.

    Gorsuch keeps me from believing that RBGs replacement will bring in a 5-4 conservative majority, regardless of who the replacement is. IMO, best case looks like it would be a 4-4-1 court.

    If Breyer does leave & both his & RBGs replacements are indeed Constitutional conservatives (ala Thomas/Alito/Scalia), that would do it.

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    • Didact

      My take on Gorsuch is that he is a serious textual judge who gets led down into some very strange rabbit holes by his readings of the text and his libertarian, as opposed to conservative, instincts. He clearly has great distrust of government power and has voted to preserve what he sees as the rights of individuals against the tyrannical actions of government. That is what guided his decision in Bostock v Clayton County – it was a DUMB decision, for sure, because his vote ensured that LBGTQWTFISTHISSHIT “rights” take precedence over the rights of individuals and employers.

      But he has made it very clear that his philosophy of the law does not guarantee a liberal or conservative outcome. He simply follows the text and views the Court’s role as one of defending “the man on the street” from government power. That’s all fine and dandy, until one thinks through the consequences of that philosophy.

      Those consequences form a large part of the body of reasons why I am no longer a libertarian or an atheist, for example.

      In most matters, Gorsuch is reliably conservative, but in matters where individual rights of free people are at stake, he seems to be willing to buck the conservative wing.

      If Breyer does leave & both his & RBGs replacements are indeed Constitutional conservatives (ala Thomas/Alito/Scalia), that would do it.

      Possibly. I’m expecting that a Justice Barrett – assuming that she gets the nod – will be a bit squishy, as women tend to be in positions of power. She even looks like a Karen, though her judicial record is apparently excellent. But she has the pedigree, and she clerked for Scalia himself, which has to be one hell of a training ground.

      Ultimately, the composition of the SCOTUS isn’t worth two cents past, oh, 2028 or so. The destruction of the USA is pretty much guaranteed within our lifetimes. But it’s going to be pretty damned interesting to watch what happens in the meantime.

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  3. Weka

    Can I *recycle* your description of Voxemort?

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    • Didact

      Sure ))

      Reply

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