Steroids for WhiteManistan

Posted in Psychopath & Sociopath, WhiteManistan at 10:07 am by George Smith

The tunes just get better with age. That’s quality!

The NRA’s Wayne LaPierre, America’s best crazy scary gun salesman ever, delivered the best dose of steroids to WhiteManistan, ever, Thursday:

I’ve never been worried about his country until now … That’s why more Americans are buying firearms and ammunition. Not to cause trouble, but because that America is already in trouble … In this uncertain world, surrounded by lies and corruption everywhere, there is no greater freedom than the right to survive and protect our families with all the rifles, shotguns and handguns we want!

Woo-hoo and the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air! See all the guts and glory here!

That’s real eloquence. You should be in awe. I am. There’s no better exhibition of the defining American psychosis.

Putting the nitrous line aside for a moment, Wayne LaPierre is a master of the motivational speech for a tribe that’s characterized by its anger, paranoia and fear. Armed to the the teeth, bearing more weapons than any country in world history, LaPierre is the perfect pitchman for the healing salve to soothe their fevered insecurities, for sale to anyone at the local Walmart.

Real perfection in dog-whistling to the bigots who all know why America is in “trouble.” Defend yourself, stand your ground.


  1. Michael McCall said,

    March 10, 2014 at 10:39 am

    For people who love to cover themselves in the flag and old colonial American regalia one thing I want to point out is how narrow and craven their fantasies are. The 18th century revolutionaries these people idolize spent their lives fighting for and then building a new country.

    The survivalists that disproportionately make up the NRA’s base yearn for a final unraveling of that country and the culling of the unworthy. They dream of the death of the United States so they’ll be able to keep the little pieces of it that belong to them. That term “survivalist” says it all. They don’t want revolution they want collapse and you can see it in their subculture, their fiction and their music.

    Someone should tell them their dreams only amount to giving up and running away. Why anyone would see unapologetic cowardice as laudable is beyond me.

  2. George Smith said,

    March 10, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    Paradoxically, if the tri-corner hat wearers actually lived back then their views would make them mostly, if not all, Tories.

    Yeah, they dream of the downfall of the country in some cataclysm because they like fantasizing about final purifications, too, and they are the pure few in all the fictions.