Fromunda Cheese

Is “Russia, Russia, Russia!” wearing you out, out, out? Don Surber tipped me off to this view From the Land Down Under:

The last few days have been truly amazing. I didn’t even write an article yesterday; I’ve just been staring transfixed by my social media feeds watching liberal Americans completely lose their minds. I can’t look away. It’s like watching a slow motion train wreck, and everyone on the train is being really homophobic.

I’ve been writing about Russiagate since it started, and I can honestly say this is the worst it’s ever been, by far. The most hysterical, the most shrill, the most emotional, the most cartoonishly over-the-top and hyperbolic. The fact that Trump met with Putin in private and then publicly expressed doubt about the establishment Russia narrative has sent some political factions of America into an emotional state that is indistinguishable from what you’d expect if Russia had bombed New York City. This despite the fact that the establishment Russia narrative consists of no actual, visible events whatsoever. It is made of pure narrative.

I don’t even know where to start. Everyone has been completely mad across the entire spectrum of what passes for America’s political “left” today, from the usual suspects like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi and their indistinguishable Never-Trump Republican allies, all the way to supposedly progressive commentators like Cenk Uygur and Shaun King. Comparing this pure narrative non-event to Pearl Harbor is now commonplace and mainstream. I just watched a United States Senator named Richard Blumenthal stare right into the camera refer to the hypothetical possibility of future Russian cyber intrusions as “this 9/11 moment.”

“We are in a 9/11 national emergency because our country is under attack, literally,” Blumenthal told CNN while demanding a record of Trump’s meeting with Putin at the Helsinki summit. “That attack is ongoing and pervasive, verified by objective and verifiable evidence. Those words are, again, from the director of National Security. And this 9/11 moment demands that we do come together.”

Nothing about the establishment Russia narrative is in any way verifiable, and the only thing it has in common with 9/11 is the media coverage and widespread emotional response.

Face it, they’re batshit Cray-Z.

This is what I’m talking about when I say that whoever controls the narrative controls the world. Whoever controls the stories that westerners are telling each other has the power to advance concrete agendas which reshape global geopolitics without any actual thing even happening. Simply by getting a few hand-picked intelligence agents to say something happened in a relatively confident way, you can get the entire media and political body advancing that narrative as unquestionable fact, and from there advance sanctions, new military operations, a far more aggressive Nuclear Posture Review, the casting out of diplomats, the arming of Ukraine, and ultimately shove Russia further and further off the world stage.

As we discussed last time, the current administration has actually been far more aggressive against Russia than the previous administration was, and has worked against Russian interests to a far greater extent. If they wanted to, the international alliance of plutocrats and intelligence/defense agencies could just as easily use their near-total control of the narrative to advance the story that Trump is a dangerous Russia hawk who is imperiling the entire world by inflicting insane escalations against a nuclear superpower. They could elicit the exact same panicked emotional response that they are eliciting right now using the exact same media and the exact same factual situation. They wouldn’t have to change a single thing except where they place their emphasis in telling the story. The known facts would all remain exactly as they are; all that would have to change is the narrative.

Here’s the money shot:

If humanity is to pull up and away from its current path toward either ecological disaster, nuclear armageddon or Orwellian dystopia, we are necessarily going to have to change our relationship with narrative. As long as the way we think, vote and organize can be controlled by the mere verbiage of the servants of power, our species will never be able to begin operating in a sane and wholesome way. If all it takes to make us act against our own interest is a few establishment lackeys speaking a few words in a confident tone of voice, if mere authoritative language can hypnotize us like a sorcerer casting spells, we are doomed to slavery and destruction.

So stop staring transfixed by the narratives, and begin looking at the behavior and motives of the people advancing them instead. Stop staring at the movie screen they’re constantly drawing your attention to, turn around in your theater seat, and look at the people who are running the projector. The way out of this mess is to begin ignoring the stories we’re being hypnotized with and start critically examining the people who are conducting the hypnosis. Ignore the stories and stare with piercing eyes at the storytellers. The difference between the official narrative and the actual reality of this world is the difference between fiction and fact. Evolve beyond.

Or as Howard Beale said, “So turn off your television sets. Turn them off now. Turn them off right now. Turn them off and leave them off!”

The funny part about this column is that the author (Caitlin Johnstone) is not some alt-far-right Trump supporting reactionary conservative. She’s an Aussie socialist. If she were an American the hysterical leftist mobs would be demanding that she apologize, recant, and atone.

I turned my television off a few weeks ago. I came to the realization that I couldn’t even watch Jeopardy, sports, or even reruns of Big Bang Theory without being force-fed leftist narratives. I still have a TV, but I’m not using it and I’m not regretting that decision.

Instead of watching television I sit in my room alone, talking to myself while I play with my guns. (Just kidding)

(No, really. I was just kidding. I don’t even own a gun.)

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167 Responses to Fromunda Cheese

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I just realized something. The Left in this country reminds me of being with MPEG, especially toward the end. Every day was some new insanity that wore me down until I couldn’t function anymore.

    • votermom says:

      MPEP – My Psycho Ex-Party

    • swanspirit says:

      What gets me, is that they such WHINERS!!! Something is always wrong, there is always a reason they CAN’T, it’s too HARD! Someone is always being MEAN to them, and it’s always always someone else’s FAULT. They didn’t DO anything..
      I hate whining whiners. My kids have faults, but thank goddess they aren’t whiners. That wasn’t going to happen.
      No one ever said to these people, “Get UP, off your butt and stop WHINING, and do something about your situation!!!

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        I was taught to believe that you should try to be the best that you can be, and if the best you can be is a leech on society then be the best leech on society.

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  3. Venus E. Lee says:

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  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The outrage mob demands human sacrifice.


    • lateblum says:

      I with swannie here… those idiots CHOOSE to bitch and moan about everything. Nothing is enough. Every mistake SOMEONE ELSE makes is to be driven like a nail over and over and over into the head of whoever made that mistake. Jeebus a guy can’t apologize for what he obviously said/did years earlier without being tarred and feathered – unless, of course he’s a Lib. And for people to impune the intentions and thoughts of the crowd – as if they positively know them personally – call them names, insult their motives just pisses the hell out of me. It’s the same old holier than thou attitude that the Democrats are known for. I know…I was always told we (the Democrats) were better and smarter and more ethical than any republican. It was nearly a mantra when I was growing up.

      And BTW, Kurt Eichenwald is an idiot.

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  7. Venus E. Lee says:

    Littke Marco is a neocon fuck wit

  8. elliesmom says:

    “It’s been said before, but it bears repeating,if you want to make a leftist crazed with hysteria and despair, just be happy.” That’s a comment on a “Clarice’s Pieces” essay at the American Thinker. I saw it early rhis morning when I got up and realized the grandies last full day with us for a while was a rainy day. One by one we awakened, and we were as gloomy as the sky thinking about the weather. Crash was the last one awake. She looked out the window, saw the rain, and said, “Goody! I can go back to sleep for awhile. Then we can bake cookies, play store, and watch a Netflix movie!” We had all pretty much said the same thing, but she looked at the day with joy.

    In general, the left looks at life as a series of miseries to get through. It’s behind identity politics. No identity accepts their identity joyfully. “Wow! Isn’t it great being a woman? Look at what my body can do! I can grow babies!” “Wow! My ancestors were once slaves. Now I’m getting a college degree. Look how far we’ve come!” Instead, the ability to get pregnant and give birth is a burden that keeps women down. Colleges are accepting black students ahead of other races, but black students feel discriminated against when a prof refuses to give in to their often discriminatory demands.

    The right looks at life as a series of challenges. It’s wonderful when they succeed, and it’s not only OK to celebrate. It’s expected. When they fail, it’s a new opportunity. Their glasses are half-full. “Rising tides raise all boats”. Their philosophy is not about keeping people down. It’s about hands-up, not handouts. Until I saw this comment this morning, I really didn’t know how my slide to the right had happened, but now I think I know. I’m an optimist, the prospects of a rainy day with two kids, an active dog, and an old sourpuss not withstanding. I can’t live constantly surrounded by people who are always unhappy.

    Crash and I have made 3 dozen cookies, played bocce in the rain, bought and sold the contents of my closet, and are looking for a good movie to watch tonight. She’s looking forward to her trip to Ohio to see her other grandparents, and she’ll be back in two weeks. The sun will be out then. It will be her birthday, and she’d like a mask and a snorkel, please. Isn’t today the most rainy day fun ever?

    • votermom says:

      love this
      so true

    • foxyladi14 says:


    • helenk3 says:

      sometimes we can all learn from a child. Watching them learn something we got to busy to remember is a great thing

    • jeffhas says:


      Find some kind of silver lining in the dark clouds overhead, and focus on that.

      Even people with real problems (disabilities, disease, etc) have something in their life that is good, find it, focus on that, and one step at a time your life can not only be better, but happy.

    • lateblum says:

      Wonderful, sometimes our little urchins are Wonderful!

    • John Denney says:

      Charles Krauthammer could have gone on disability and vegged out for the rest of his life after breaking his neck and becoming a quadraplegic in college.
      But instead, he practiced good old Can-Do attitude, diligence, continuous learning, and trustworthiness to become a doctor, wrote significant books in his field, and later became a highly respected political commentator.

    • Island Girl says:


    • swanspirit says:

      Whut!!!! You had a good time and baked cookies when you could have moped around all day and whined about being miserable?? How positively pleasant of you. You will never be a bona fide member of The whiners club!

    • Constance says:

      Some people are addicted to anger and victimization. It seems as destructive to their life as drug and alcohol addiction is to others. I just wonder what is so rewarding about the brain chemistry of those negative emotions that gets them hooked. Right now it might be the camaraderie and sense of purpose that all the outrage groups provide. I guess they also deal is self righteousness. It should be possible to brainwash people out of but while the left is invested in dealing their negativity I don’t see anyone actively pushing good vibes, except “can do man” Trump.

  9. jeffhas says:

    Well isn’t this a Red Hot F*cker of a thread!

    I love this place – this is one of my all time favorite front page posts. Learn so much here.

    Thank you.

  10. helenk3 says:

    thought this was interesting

  11. Dora says:

    Number one already! I guess that’s a good sign.


    Jeanine Pirro’s book ‘Liars, Leakers, and Liberals’ hits No. 1 at Amazon
    Sees ‘conspiracy’ against President Trump: ‘the Deep State is deep rooted’

  12. foxyladi14 says:

  13. Dora says:

    I didn’t know she said that! She really is pathetic.

  14. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This kind of shit pisses me off.

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I never had a Netflix subscription but I sure as hell ain’t getting one now.

  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

    What CNN needs is a dope slapper. Hire a thug to stand off camera and every time Brian Stelter says something stupid the thug slaps the shit out of him. Before long, Brian Stelter won’t be saying stupid shit anymore.

  17. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  19. helenk3 says:

    does anyone else here have xfinity com cast? I can no longer get FOX News. no reason given just not available.
    I tried calling but can not get anyone to help me.

    • 49erDweet says:

      We have it but never watch any of the news. Just the brit movies and series. No commercials. Decent acting. Believable plots. What’s not to like?

    • lateblum says:

      Helen, I have comcast and right now both FNC and FBN are working. Maybe you should call and report it. Before you call, disconnect the cable from its power source then reconnect, and check the cable connections. That way, you can let them know you already did that. They may re-send the signal to your cable box. They can also tell your u if there’s a problem with the FOX signal. Good luck…

    • lateblum says:

      Sunday is the worst possible day to try to get help from Comcast. Why don’t you go to and there is a place where you can request Comcast’s to call you on the phone and help you in the moment. I swear that was the only way I got them to respond to me a few Sundays ago. But they did call right when I asked them to call.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I dumped the cable side when they increased rates and took away TCM unless you bought two tiers higher. Before I cut cable I had FOX but never watched. I did sometimes watched FOX Business and it seems they are still offered .

      Have they realigned channel numbers? They have been going to a system where channels will eventually be the same across the country (e.g. Hallmark will always be located at 134 or MeTV at 205 so if you visit you kids and they have xfinity you know where to find your favorite channels.

  20. mothy2017 says:

    Da hoglett is gonna piss Denise off.

  21. Anthony says:

    The left’s bullshit has nothing to do with Trump
    Theres a lot of frustrated butthurt and self loathing that’s emerging now that they have an imaginary reason to behave like snotty toddlers or barnyard animals with distemper.
    The angry mob has been angry for decades. They just needed an excuse – any excuse – to express it.

  22. mothy2017 says:

    This guy is funny.

  23. lyn says:

    Good thread.

    • lyn says:

      Add this BS.

      • lyn says:

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  25. DandyTIger says:

    Some fun target bow practice

  26. DeniseVB says:

    Eliz Warren’s challenger? Oh, this is good…….

  27. Venus E. Lee says:

    Just like everyone in Hollywood knew about Weinstein, everyone knows Dan Harmon, producer of many shows On comedy Central is a pedophile. Lets see them defend these ‘jokes’

  28. Venus E. Lee says:


  29. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  33. Myiq2xu™ says:

    All the Trump haters are freaking out (again)

  34. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I was really relieved to find out that the images he was sending her were not of his junk.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Maybe he rolled up the FISA application and used it like a cigar on her. You’re welcome for that image.

    • Lulu says:

      He probably interspersed dick pics with the classified material. Whatever. Whenever I think of Watkins I see a photo of her talking to San Fran Nan in a capitol building hall like they are best buds and her back (sort of facing the lens) looks like that of a very large stevedore. She’s a brute. She probably beat Wolfe’s ass.

    • Lulu says:

      The FISA court doesn’t seem to give a crap if everything given to them is a lie. Pretty laid back judges. The judges I have known would have blood on the walls by now if some shitheads did that to them. It looks like Roberts (Supreme Court) appoints patsies and stooges to this court on purpose. Why are we supposed to respect dumbo or dirty judges?

  35. Dora says:

    Get Them While They Are Young!


    Kiddie ‘Commie Camp’ Creating Antifa Flags – Teaching A New Generation Of Terrorists As Radicalism Becomes The New Norm For The Democratic Party

    In Tolland, Massachusetts there is summer camp called Camp Kinderland, in which looking at images from years past, seems to be a normal summer camp with kids singing, playing, boating, playing Frisbee, you know, the normal activities one generally associates with summer camps for children….. but this is no normal camp.

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    • Lulu says:

      If Dems are thumped this November then Comey is f’ed. And all the rest of the crooks.

  38. Dora says:

    Sounds hopeful.

    • Lulu says:

      The globalists tried to unite and dominate Europe as ultra proggy. It may have united them as conservative nationalists instead as a complete backfire. No wonder Soros is depressed and disgusted.

      • swanspirit says:

        Gee, I hope George 👹 doesn’t harm himself over this.
        (Does that look as insincere in print as when I say it out loud?)

    • Anthony says:

      You passed 😊

      • Ann says:

        If I’d have known it was that easy, college would have been very different.

        • Anthony says:

          😀 😀 😀 When I taught at University, I was known for factoring students’ enthusiasm and passion for the subject into their grades. Made me very unpopular with my colleagues, but I never planned on teaching for more than two years. Glad I got out when I did.

  39. helenk3 says:

    I will always believe the backtrack bunch are the biggest enemies of this country in my lifetime

  40. helenk3 says:

    sure this was just a happenstance. and I am 21 and look like Linda Darnell

  41. Ann says:

  42. foxyladi14 says:


    • Mt.Laurel says:

      There is a reason he was being so forthcoming at this point in time after all the horrid crap he has been spewing for months on end. Trying to save his skin or are they trying to get PT to play his hand before it is time. I keep thinking of that one email with Hillary basically admitting they would all hang if their activities saw the light of day. I do not think it was a joke.

  43. Dora says:

    I don’t know how he survived as long as he did.

  44. lyn says:

    Democrats and Never Trumpers are softening us up with the traitor garbage in order to justify their coup.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Don’t think their efforts are going as planned. Doesn’t mean they will won’t continue the coup attempt, or worse. They’re that crazy.

      • Lulu says:

        It is just hard evidence of what sane people already suspected. Now they hope it is just contained on this one FISA of Page but rationale people know it goes fairly far back (2009 probably) of Bronco’s boobs spying on political/business/international enemies. This is I would suspect just the tip of the iceberg.

        • blowme0bama says:

          I suspect it goes back MUCH, MUCH further. It appears the FBI is a domestic political tool that also investigates criminal activity in its spare time.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Back in my day, before there were computers, the rank and file FBI were lazy but straight. Their bosses were political and lazy. So no big deal. It’s only gotten worse over the decades. Did I mention they were all pretty lazy?

    • lyn says:

      Fascist Facebook.

    • Somebody says:

      I wish they would have put good deeds as part of this video. It would have gone with the lyrics and painted police as good Samaritans or officer friendly.

      They could of had scenes of their officers helping a small child, getting a cat out of a tree, helping an elderly person across the street or with shopping bags, helping an accident victim, comforting someone, helping someone locked out, etc.

      • DeniseVB says:

        It’s a national contest, sort of. The guys/gals are just having fun, being humanized and connecting with the community. You and I know how valuable they are 🙂 Here’s my city’s…….

  45. Dora says:

    As is often said around the blogs – you can’t make up this stuff.

    • Lulu says:

      It is his fantasy and hobby. LOL. Gendarmes have all the fun. Too bad he didn’t get rid of the weird beard or no one would have recognized him.

    • Lulu says:

      Ronin is a writer for a little communist mag in NYC.

  46. Myiq2xu™ says:

  47. helenk3 says:

    does anyone have a gun I can use to shoot myself? my car battery died in a parking lot at the grocery store. A gentleman was kind enough to get charge it and get it started so I could get home. the damn thing is less than 3 years old with a 5 year warranty. I got home the car died again. I dropped my cell phone and now it will not work. the computer is going wonky on me. I do not know what I did to PO God today but I wish he would get over it

    • Anthony says:

      Its not God – its the Russians. Hang in there, Helen. I had a whole week like that recently.

    • lateblum says:

      Oh Helen, I’m so sorry! I had a week like that a few weekends ago. My computer, iPad and phone all “went bad” at the same time, too. Last NYE, my car battery died twice on the same day (NYE day – which was a Sunday, btw) and thank goodness there was still a Sears auto place open where I got the last battery left in the store (for my specific car) and bought a portable battery charger as a New Years gift to myself. I, too wondered what I had done to PO the gods.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Sometimes the cable connectors simply are tight enough. Give that a try. Also, you need to cut off radio, AC, any lights, and just let it run for a while. I’m no expert on recharging but I’d let it run for an 45 minutes anyway. Pretty sure it depends on how old and how weak the battery is.

    • 49erDweet says:

      You may have an unknown drain on that battery. They don’t go dead that fast without a reason. Let your battery guys check it out.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      So sorry Helen. I had one of the weeks recently and it ended with a tire blow out at 10:00 at night. fortunately I was off the highway and only a couple miles from home so I could limp back on the fake spare you get now.

      If you get the battery charged you do need to let it run at least half and hour to get the charge to hold.

      In addition to what 49er and others pointed out, I have had a good battery drained by an alternator that has gone bad.

  48. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Some days I wake up and check Twitter and the headlines and I think, “Man, that weed I smoked last night was stronger than I thought! I better go back to bed until it wears off.”

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