Posted by Pistol Pete
So the Mandela memorial was today. Sadly,I missed our feckless leader’s homage to himself,as I had pressing business. I had to clean the lint trap in the dryer. From what I’ve read it was a pathetic display of puffery and self-aggrandizement. It was supposedly a solemn memorial for a world leader who had passed and it devolved into something akin to the Wellstone memorial. I read on Twitchy that when Barry was done with his self-congratulations GW Bush gave him a standing ovation,out of respect. When he was shown on the Jumbotron he was roundly booed. This was nothing more than a who’s who of tinpot dictators and A-list celebrities hobnobbing.
OBAMA SHAKES HANDS WITH RAUL CASTRO. NOTE HOW WELL HE BOWS TO MURDEROUS DICTATORS.
SOMEONE ELSE WAS SPEAKING,OBVIOUSLY NOWHERE NEAR AS INTELLIGENT AND CHARMING AS TEH WON,SO HE TOOK SOME SELFIES WITH PM CAMERON AND THE THE NORDIC BLONDE PM OF DENMARK.MOOCH DOES NOT LOOK IMPRESSED.
CHECK THE SCOWL ON MOOCH’S PUSS;SHE’S EITHER PISSED AT BARRY OR HAVING A HEAVY FLOW DAY
SOME YOUNG AFRICAN GIRLS CALLED OUT TO THE PRINCE OF LIES. HE STOOD,AND WITH ONE WAVE OF HIS MIGHTY HAND VALIDATED THEIR ENTIRE EXISTENCE. SERIOUSLY,WHAT RICHES CAN LIFE HOLD FOR THEM AFTER THIS? IT’S ALL ANTI-CLIMACTIC.
I heard audio on Rush’s show of Christiane Imawhore having repeated,violent,shuddering orgasms talking about the Great Pretender and how he’s assuming the mantle of leadership and how Mandela is bringing the world together. She was absolutely breathless.
HERE IS ONE PARAGRAPH OF BARRY’S SPEECH I LIFTED FROM KEITH KOFFLERS POST.(I’ll link to it).
GET A BOTTLE OF ALCOHOL AND TAKE A DRINK EVERY TIME HE SAYS ‘I’ OR ‘ME’ IN ONE STINKING PARAGRAPH! YOU WON’T LAST LONG.
But let me say to the young people of Africa and the young people around the world – you, too, can make his life’s work your own.
Over 30 years ago, while still a student, I learned of Nelson Mandela and the struggles taking place in this beautiful land, and it stirred something in me. It woke me up to my responsibilities to others and to myself, and it set me on an improbable journey that finds me here today. And while I will always fall short of Madiba’s example, he makes me want to be a better man. (Applause.) He speaks to what’s best inside us.
Always about him…always.
h/t to legal insurrection