Is Barack Obama a Monkey?

Some People in Russia Seem to Think So

Shops sell bumper stickers, posters, T-shirts and cardboard cut-outs with images of Obama as an ape and a chimney sweep…

… Evgeniy Satanovskiy, a Russian academic and frequent guest on Kiselyov’s program, recently also referred to Obama as a “monkey,” prompting derisive laughter and applause from the audience…

… . Irina Rodnina , a well-known Duma member, tweeted doctored images of Barack and Michelle Obama staring longingly at a banana.

__ WaPo

If Only Obama Were a Monkey

In many ways, the US and the world at large would function more cleanly if Obama were a monkey. Consider: A monkey would focus on eating, mating, climbing trees, throwing real shite around, and sleeping. If Obama were to restrict himself to such honest activities, the world would be a better place.

Instead of such honest and intelligent (for a monkey) pursuits, Obama has set about to do as much harm to the US and the world as possible. To a large extent, he is succeeding — although in some ways economic markets have outsmarted the man in the White House.

Imagine if instead of stuffing the Obamacare abomination down the throats of US taxpayers, he had taken an imaginative approach toward the significant problem of bad medical outcomes, and medical malpractise? Some of the most offensive aspects of both the legal profession and the medical profession could have been addressed at one time.

Or suppose that Obama had chosen to attack the critical problem of US vulnerability to cyber-attacks, rather than squandering hundreds of billions of dollars attacking an imaginary problem of fantasy pseudo-science?

Doing nothing at all would have been infinitely preferable.

US President Obama is Not a Monkey!

A monkey would have made a far better president. In fact, the Al Fin Institutes for Creative and Incremental Anarchy is promoting the practise of electing lower animals such as monkeys to the top offices of the nations of Europe and the Anglosphere. Judging by recent performance, there is little to lose — and much to gain!

Disruptive Technologies are Making Government Superfluous

Little by little, disruptive technologies are cutting the legs out from under government agencies such as the US DEA, the US Department of Education, the US FDA, the US IRS, the US BLM, the US ATF, and many other bureaucracies that tend to do more harm than good, as they grow ever more intrusive and destructive.

At this point, the undermining of government agencies is taking place automatically, with very little conscious intent or action. As time goes by, that will be less and less the case.

It is claimed that any act meant to weaken or subvert government agencies is an act of insurrection or treason. In fact, the opposite is often the case. Any act which strengthens and expands the mandate and penetration of government agencies is increasingly likely to be an act of treason — even genocide — against the people whose lives and work prop up the national infrastructure.

Such acts of genocide against the people is glaringly obvious in several nations of Europe — such as Sweden, France, Norway, and Germany. Treason by government against the people is also not uncommon within the nations of the Anglosphere.

For now, it is difficult for ordinary persons of a law-abiding and productive nature to punish government agencies and officials who commit government-sanctioned crimes against them. As disruptive technologies continue to develop, that will definitely not be the case in the future.

Hope for the best. Prepare for the worse. It is never too late to have a Dangerous Childhood.

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4 Responses to Is Barack Obama a Monkey?

  1. AAB says:

    Such acts of genocide against the people is glaringly obvious in several nations of Europe — such as Sweden, France, Norway, and Germany.

    Speaking of European folly, here’s another story in the encylopedic-length book of crimes commited by non-whites against whites that the goverment of Europe don’t want to address:

    City officials and police in Cologne are holding a crisis meeting following a series of reported sex assaults in the western German city on New Year’s Eve.

    Mayor Henriette Reker called Tuesday’s meeting to discuss the police response to the assaults that occurred around Cologne’s main train station, next to the city’s famous cathedral, during the night.

    Police say dozens of women have reported being sexually assaulted and robbed. At least 60 criminal complaints have been filed, including one allegation of rape.

    German justice minister Heiko Maas called for the perpetrators to be held to account, saying the attacks were “cowardly and vile”.

    Green Party’s Claudia Roth warned against blaming refugees for the assaults, which police say witnesses described as being committed by men of “Arab or North African origin”.

  2. jccarlton says:

    Reblogged this on The Arts Mechanical and commented:
    I hate to say this, but we need to stop blaming monkeys, or anybody else for our mistakes. The Administration was OUR mistake. We the people didn’t get out the vote, fell prey to stupidity and our emotions and, in the end couldn’t see the real issues at hand. The Administration is an effect, not the cause of the country’s problems.

  3. guest says:

    I do always refer to Obama, mockingly, as the the dindu in chief!

    It’s funny because it sounds insulting even if you don’t know what it means.

    Or “dindu nuffin”, a pejorative term that originated on Reddit to mock and criticize black people during the numerous riots throughout 2014 and 2015. The phrase is derived from a bastardization of “didn’t do nothing”.

    And Al Fin, you got to put AABs blog on your blogroll:

    You will especially like his Men of Yore series:

    “This is intended to be a series of posts about men from history who have either achieved great things in one form or another by pushing boundaries: either in themselves or in society or science or exploration of some form. Boundary pushing and growth is what men do, it’s their nature: to grow and push outwards. We, as men, are the frontiers men, the first to discover/uncover new territory, in a metaphysical sense (i.e. including both material and the immaterial) that is later colonised and ‘civilised’ by the rest of humanity.

    It is also partly intended to show images, be they paintings, statues or photographs of the countenances of men of yore. Because, quite frankly, many men wear the countenances of women these days: smiling, smirking, cooing, rolling their eyes, looking smug etc. It’s a sign of the times, and by showing some images of men from the past, I hope to show some modern men why looking surly, frowning and giving hard-ball stares at people is something to do, something to practise.”

    Men of Yore: The Complete List, 100 and counting!

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