Nazi-loving Hypocrites Unite!

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on Jan 25, 2011
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5 Responses to “Nazi-loving Hypocrites Unite!”

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  2. TamingAuthor says:

    Ridicule is a very powerful tool. It can be used to obfuscate. It can defeat discernment. It can cause us to no longer care, as it paints the world with the colors of absurdity. It is zen like in its ability to tear down reality. There is no more mountain there. However, when we return to carrying water and chopping wood, ridicule, it turns out, has not left anything standing. There is no mountain. And we spin, unable to center and breath. We have shrunk, like Alice, and enlightenment seems to be out of reach across a vast expanse. Ridicule works like a flash flood eroding the landscape, undermining the mountain, leaving us an infertile and flat plain across which the winds of tyranny can blow like a tornado, sweeping up everything in their path. Ridicule is a powerful tool of destruction. It must be used wisely. In the hands of fools, it brings suffering.

  3. dan says:

    to Beck, GW Bush and McCain are progressives alongside nazis, communists, union leaders, national and international bankers, and the members of the left you would expect defined as one… presumably Nixon, neo-cons and perhaps Regan are too, but I’ve yet to untangle Beck’s unique use of the term

  4. JimWilton says:

    Fox News and Glen Beck don't need to be ridiculed — they are already ridiculous. They would be embarrassed if they had any journalistic standards — but they don't. In their view, news is opinion and entertainment. Beck says as much — he calls himself a clown and an entertainer.

  5. Alan Haffa says:

    Great video. Stewart's ability to hold a mirror up to the media is amazing.