"And when I press this button on my chin, it purées."
In comments, D Johnson dipped a bit further into the Selwyn Duke oeuvre and discovered that while he may follow the Biblical injunction to love his enemies as himself, what he really loves is calling them tumors.
Oh, and for the record, this isn't the first time that Duke Sans Hood compared immigrants to cancer:It's a shorter post than the one below, but still packed with the kind of vein-popping language-strangling for which Selwyn is Internet famous. Here's just a few of the more vivid ligature marks he left on the corpse:
George Soros - The Most Evil Man in America
Branding someone the most "anything" is a risky endeavor; superlatives will always be suspect. But I cannot find words strong enough to condemn George Soros.But he can find words weird enough:
Soros is the invisible hand behind much of the manipulation of our culture. He reminds me of the evil emperor in Star Wars; his minions are all about bedeviling us, but you don't see him much. He stays behind the scenes, scheming, calculating, making his deals with the Devil and pulling strings.
He is the miasma beneath the demon wings of the foot soldiers who do his bidding, the dirtiest of dirty work.So while George Soros appears solid, he's actually gaseous, formed from the embarrassing underarm odor that plagues the pitchfork-wielding demons of the Netherworld (face it, they work in pretty hot, sweaty conditions); or, as they call it in the anti-antiperspirant commercials, "Balrog B.O."
What is truly disgusting about this man is that he tirelessly tries to destroy the very civilization that gave him the opportunity to make billions. Of course, he has made his money through noble pursuits such as breaking currencies, so I'm sure he sold his soul long ago.If he'd bought and broken up companies instead, like Mitt Romney, then he could have laid off his soul and liquidated its pension.
The author of the piece I cite bemoans the lack of transparency with respect to Soros' schemes, but the media can render something transparent as easily as invisible.Of course, if something is transparent, then it's already invisible. Damn, that demon funk is crafty.
Barack Obama is a "rising political star" because the media decided that he fit their favored profile; Michael Savage is ignored perhaps because they know that the opposite of love is not hate, but indifference.If the media hadn't used Claude Rains' invisibility formula on Michael Savage, he'd be President today.
If the media did its job and spotlighted Soros to a degree commensurate with his endeavors, they would be transparent.And if the media was transparent, they could sneak into the Girls locker room while the cheerleaders were showering.
Then, the American people could make their decisions with open eyes.Because using their brains hasn't worked out so well.
Don't misunderstand me, I don't say that the media have to score Soros as I do. However, movers and shakers should be scrutinized based on how much they move and shake, not based on which way they move and who they shake.Although if they shake infants, they should probably get a lesser score -- at least from Child Protective Services. Anyway, I give Soros a 4, because he's got a good beat, and he's easy to shake to, but he doesn't move enough.
The truth is that the media is one of the greatest enemies our country could have.Because they're invisible! Which means we'll have to hunt them down using infrared goggles and spray paint, the way Elizabeth Shue and Josh Brolin did to Kevin Bacon in The Hollow Man.
So the cancer metastasizes, steadily, inexorably, perhaps irrevocably, as we die a death by a thousand cuts.I realize exploratory surgery can be risky, but if there's really a tumor in there you'd think they would have found it about eight hundred incisions ago.