There is a great article by Connie Hair regarding the One Nation Rally held this weekend in Washington D.C.
Despite the free buses, the demands from union leadership that their members attend – or else – and the admonitions from the liberal media talkers that attendance at this rally would not only counteract the evil of the TEA Party movement but destroy the movement, it appears that the attendance may have been slightly less then the 8/28 Restoring Honor rally.
In your not-so-humble Mandarin’s opinion, this lack of attendance is indicative of the feelings of this country towards that hard-left progressive agenda. Aside from a few hard-core true believers and those who stand to make great sums of money from the progressive agenda – the Chicago Carbon Exchange scam comes to mind – the majority of Americans will not and do not tolerate the anti-American theme of this so-called One Nation movement.
One of the funniest lines from the article is a quote from the speech from Jessie Jackson where he states that, “We will not be divided and turned against one another,” and then immediately after this demands more race-based job opportunities. One has to wonder if these progressive jokers really understand what they are saying, or if they are hoping that the masses are so enthralled by the rhythm and sloganeering of their speaking style that they ignore the actual message.
Either way, your Mandarin has a glimmer of hope that this One Nation rally will help to further expose the forces that aim to tear the country apart and change us from One Nation under God, to a third-world nation under some tin-pot dictator.
The Mandarin, whose real name is 吏恆, joined the order in 1309, and introduced the Gormogons into England during the 18th Century.
The Mandarin enjoys spending time with his pet manticore, Βάρἰκος, or Barry (who can be found in the Bestiary). When not in the Castle…well, frankly, nobody is quite sure where he goes.
The Mandarin popularized the fine art of “gut booting,” by which he delivers a powerful kick to the stomach of anyone that annoys him. Although nearly universal today, the act of gut booting or threatening someone or something with a gut boot is solely due to him.