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Monday, June 12, 2017

The latest edition to the hard Left porn collection....

Apparently there is a production in NewYork where they have taken Shakespeare and adapted him to the modern age. and in the center of NYC, which is very leftist, they see nothing wrong with putting on a play depicting an assassination of the President....Can you imagine the outrage of the left if this had depicted President Obama, their heads would have exploded with outrage.  But since it is a political assassination of a person that they despise, it is ok.  This production is a leftist wet dream since they have the assassination as a long drawn out affair with lots of blood with the left enjoying each knife thrust with orgasmic joy to the "orange buffoon".


     This is crap,Even people that don't like the president consider this on very poor taste.  I remember the rumblings of outrage when there was a movie made of "W"'s assassination in 2005, but the conservatives didn't say much so it was ok for the left to have their moment.  But when there was anything depicting President Obama in a poor light, they figuratively pulled out their knives and went after the people that were behind it.  Remember the poor guy in the rodeo that had an Obama mask because he was a rodeo clown?  He got fired.   Somehow it is ok for the left to do things like this and it is "ok" but if it goes the other way then cue in the outrage machine.
    I will play Andrew Breitbart at the 2012 CPAC event in D.C and he was talking about how to deal with the "occupy fools and their glitter bombs."


He talked about how to deal with the modern leftist and their progressive ideology.   I have this video clip saved and it is one of my favorite and listen to it. to remind me of what the left does...
 He is missed in the conservative movement.

This is a continuation of the Left trying to silence the right through intimidation and going after their spokesman in the runup for the 2018 and 2020 elections.  The modern left is trying to reset the narrative and pushing the boundaries of what is acceptable behavior....if they agree with it...now if they don't they will go after the advertisers and run off the advertiser dollars. like what they did with Oreilly and they tried with Hannity and other shows.    The left is trying to control the narrative and the culture war and until Andrew Breitbart came along, they have succeeded.  Now the right side of the aisle is starting to wake up and fight back, we are using the same tactics that they have used for generations and I have hope that we can pull it together.  
      To the progressive, it is all about politics, 24/7/365.  When do we take a break ? when dealing with the left, there is no break, they have forsaken family and everything else in their life to push through a narrative that gives them meaning, it is their faith it is their religion. Most of them are atheist and this gives them meaning...We cling to our guns, and religion, according to them.  Well I and many others do believe in an afterlife and how you treat people is reflected.  To the Leftist, there is no afterlife and they have to make their mark to show them that their life has meaning so they will adapt a scorched Earth policy against all "Nonbelievers".  This is their legacy and we have to resist it because the endgame of their policies is not enlightment but slavery.


  You can see the tolerant left in full display with this production.  



Time Warner, the parent company of CNN, is one of the companies still sponsoring The Public Theater, a New York Shakespeare group that offers free tickets to anyone who wants to see President Trump assassinated in the group’s rendition of Julius Caesar.
The New York City government’s “Department of Cultural Affairs” also sponsors the theatre group. In this "Shakespeare in the Park" play, a man with unkempt blonde hair, a blue suit and red tie is married to a woman wearing designer outfits and speaking with a Slavic-like accent.
At the end of the play, the Trump/Caesar character is brutally stabbed to death in a lengthy assassination scene. The play's director, Oskar Eustis, calls the play a "contemporary" "WARNING PARABLE":
"Rome’s leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the country’s democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeare’s political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary."
"Julius Caesar can be read as a warning parable to those who try to fight for democracy by undemocratic means. To fight the tyrant does not mean imitating him."
CNN host Fareed Zakaria, like his employer’s parent company, Time Warner, supports the play. Zakaria even went so far as to declare it a “masterpiece.”
“If you're in NYC, go see Julius Caesar, free in Central Park, brilliantly interpreted for Trump era. A masterpiece,” he tweeted at the end of May.


The Trump “assassination” play is making headlines just a week after CNN fired Reza Aslan and Kathy Griffin for their over-the-top displays of hatred towards President Trump.
On Sunday, Delta Airlines and Bank of America both pulled their support from the company. “We do not condone this interpretation of Julius Caesar at this summer’s Free Shakespeare in the Park,” tweeted Delta. “We have notified them of our decision to end our sponsorship as the official airline of The Public Theater.”
Bank of America followed suit, tweeting a statement saying: “The Public Theater chose to present Julius Caesar in a way that was attended to provoke and offend" - adding that, if it had known of the play's content beforehand, it would never have sponored it:

Meanwhile, the Time Warner Foundation, American Express, and others continue to sponsor the Central Park theater group, though American Express has, reportedly, issued a statement distancing itself from the group.
Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. also took to Twitter to express their displeasure with the Shakespeare adaptation. “I wonder how much of this ‘art’ is funded by taxpayers,” tweeted Donald Jr. “Serious question, when does ‘art’ become political speech & does that change things?”
“Thank you Delta and Bank of America. This was the right thing to do,” said Eric Trump in a tweet.
The theatre group has been "assassinating" Trump since the play opened on May 23 - and will continue to kill the president until June 18.
Julius Caesar is about how fragile democracy is. The institutions that we have grown up with, that we have inherited from the struggle of many generations of our ancestors, can be swept away in no time at all,” says the play’s artistic director Oskar Eutis on the company’s website.
As of publication of this piece, these organizations were still listed at sponsors:
  • The Luesther T. Mertz Charitable Trust
  • Bank of America (WITHDRAWN)
  • Blavatnik Family Foundation
  • The Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Development Fund
  • The Philip and Janice Levin Foundation
  • Time Warner Foundation
  • American Express
  • Delta (WITHDRAWN)
  • New York
  • TheaterMania
  • Today Tix
  • NYC Culture Department
  • New York Council on the Arts
  • Art Works
See full, current list of Trump-Assassination play sponsors ONLINE  here.

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  1. Yep, if it's them, anything is okay... Sigh...

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