Statism And Zano’s Eight-Point Plan For State Centralized Control

Statism is the common feature all systems of Tyrannical Powers of Centralized Control whether they be fascist communist or social dictatorship. It is also the economic regulation of private industry by the state. Mick Zano has done us the great favor of outlining his eight-point plan for implementing a state system of centralized control. Stop pointing to Trump as the villain, Zano, and try looking in a mirror.

Step 1): Overthrow any democratically elected opposition to the aspiring Tyrannical Powers. This can best be achieved by infiltrating various parts of the military, judicial, and intelligence agencies exploit their bureaucratic positions to frame the “leader” by orchestrating a narrative that justifies the legitimacy of your coup.

Step 2): Destroy any political opposition to your centralized control of power. Its helpful to use your media outlets to constantly characterize all of your political adversaries as “racists,” “rapists,” or “fascists.” If you repeat this process long enough, the names will stick and the general population will ignore their policy suggestions and look forward to your destruction of these people.

Step 3): Create an alarmist narrative that guarantees cataclysmic destruction UNLESS people grant your Tyrannical Powers of Centralized Control the right to regulate all of the energy industry.

Step 4): Offer people free health care if they allow your Tyrannical Powers of Centralized Control to regulate all aspect of healthcare, medicine, and insurance (25% of American economy).

Step 5): Offer people, including illegal aliens (I mean undocumented immigrants), access to the public treasury (i.e.. the rich white men) to pay for their food, housing, healthcare, and education. Create a needy population who will never have the means of standing independent of your “help.” Then you can be assured that they will never bite the hand that feeds them.

Step 6): Fund genetic research that works to engineer a clone of Michael Jackson so that that the Jackson Five’s entertaining performance can distract people from the utter misery and futility of their lives. While we’re at it–genetically engineer a clone of Andrew Jackson to help the Democratic Party create reservations for rich white Republicans.

Step 7): Clone opening band for the Jackson’s Revival Concert.

Step 8): Bring back the gang of eight to pass lip service security while creating a pathway to citizenship for all of the illegal aliens (I mean undocumented voters) who are now dependent upon our welfare programs and eager to give complete support to your Tyrannical Powers of Centralized Control.

Congratulations!

 

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Pokey McDooris

Pokey McDooris

Pokey is The Discord's chief theologian and philosopher. Pokey performs an important function here at The Discord, namely by annoying the living shit out of Zano, whenever he submits something. 

  10 comments for “Statism And Zano’s Eight-Point Plan For State Centralized Control

  1. pokey
    January 7, 2019 at 8:32 AM

    Great job, Zano. This is by far the best article you have ever written.

    • Mick Zano
      January 7, 2019 at 3:06 PM

      We are having some technical difficulties, ha. We’ll get your name up there, I just emailed Winslow.

  2. pokey
    January 8, 2019 at 8:19 AM

    Though, I do think a better title would have been “Instituting Statism–As Easy as A, B, C.” This title would have made a amusing reference to the Jackson Five reunion–you remember that catchy little number they did in the 70s–“A, B, C, as easy as one, two, three…”

  3. Mick Zano
    January 13, 2019 at 12:38 PM

    I think this article sums it up nicely. I read Albright’s Fascism: A Warning, and 3 pages were on liberal fascism and whatever the heck you’re going on about, the other 200 or so pages were either on the rise of fascism elsewhere and then the clear parallels/dangers of the Trump Administration. That’s what happens issue after issue. We’re going to take the story away from the republic wrecking ass-clown so we can overhype some possible liberal wrongdoing. Your kind of missing the unanimous collective voice of everyone who used to work in government, left and right, sounding the alarm and predicting peril in this new territory we find ourselves. This new region has dinosaurs, land sharks and carnivorous flying monkeys, but your journal keeps focusing on the constant sharp grass giving you numerous paper cuts on your shinds. Is it sometimes drawing blood? Yes, but is it what we should be focusing …oh, I see you’ve already been eaten by velociraptors.

  4. pokey
    January 17, 2019 at 8:36 AM

    Yes, I read (or rather listened to) Albright’s “Warning” as well as Woodward’s “Fear.” In particular, Woodward (who is obviously no fan of Trump) supports much of your perspective of Trump being reckless, immature, and dangerous to our security and economic stability. However, what becomes obvious from Woodward’s (throughly researched with deep access to inside information) book is that he finds absolutely ZERO evidence of “Russian Collusion.” Woodward looks hard for evidence and finds none. But despite this lack of evidence, contrasted with McCabe, Comey, Strzok, and associates framing Trump for such a narrative–the Left continues pushing the “TRUMP IS A RUSSIAN MOLE” theory. If the Left and yourself would simply stick to the policy and character arguments to replace Trump in 2020, I would be sympathetic to your views. But when your side uses their “noble” ends to justify their means of impeaching the president for being a Russian Mole, you have become the tyrants that you claim to be protecting us from.

    • Mick Zano
      January 19, 2019 at 11:41 AM

      You didn’t need to ‘listen to’ Albright’s Fascism, I wrote an article on it (aka the cliff notes). Geesh. Woodward lost a lot of credibility after covering the Bush administration so badly. Bob Woodward had access to the Bush White House and, if you recall, I did a much better job covering Dubya from a spoof news blog …in my underwear …with only a view of the White House from my photoshop. Woodward relies too much on that ‘deference to the office thing’ that we were talking about. Besides, he shifted rightward in his old age, which is inexcusable in the 21st. But, with Trump, he’s showing ample concern for his fitness for office. Look, I was where Woodward is today long before the Trump presidency. I knew this ass-clown’s MO as a NY and a NJ resident. Today I’m just looking ahead, like I always do. That’s why you can’t follow the narrative. Read my shit from two years ago and we can get back to our debates of old, literally.

      Why would Woodward find collusion from the Blue Room? He had access to the oval office, not to the recorded NSA phone transcripts. The FBI thought there was enough evidence to investigate a sitting president for being an agent of Russia. But, in the president’s defense, no one would hire Trump as their mole, Russian or otherwise. At best he’s someone’s useful idiot.

      Umm, I have said I’d wait until the investigation results before stringing him up. Just realize of the 17 current investigations, only one has to bear any fruit to possibly tank this fool, and I am guessing at least 5 will, which to help out our math-deficient republican friends, is greater than zero.

      • pokey
        January 22, 2019 at 9:59 AM

        “There’s no there there.” Peter Strzok

        The evidence shows us that the FBI investigated a sitting president, not because there was “enough evidence” but in order to find enough evidence to justify the investigation.

        We now find out that the official investigation began right after Comey was fired. So who authorized it?

        As far as Albright’s book is concerned–it’s interesting, but it has the same deficiency as Wilber’s book. Both present a worthy perspective but neither so much as mention the words “immigration,” border security,” or “nationalism.” These are the themes that brought Donald Trump to power.

        Woodward obviously can’t stand Trump, but at least he addresses the issue of immigration honestly, as he addresses Trump’s handling of all subjects honestly–as well as the Russian Collusion thingy

        • Mick Zano
          January 22, 2019 at 7:09 PM

          Yes, we need to find out who authorized the Russia investigation and then, when it’s all said and done, I’m thinking medal of honor, or at least some starbucks gift card.

          • pokeu
            January 23, 2019 at 8:35 AM

            Ok, then who was it? The NY Times reports that “days after Trump fired Comey, law enforcement officials became so concerned by the president’s actions that they began investigating.” So, why don’t they mention who authorized the investigation? Maybe they have since; but I have not been able to find the answer. That omission doesn’t make you or any of the other Left Wing mobsters uncomfortable. If the narrative serves your politics, don’t question it, no matter if innocent people are harmed. That’s why your side are tyrants.

            The Left encourages its followers to lie, slander, boycott, and threaten real people if it serves their political narrative.

            I heard not one person on the Left, including yourself, speak up against the “Hands up; don’t shoot!” narrative that destroyed Darren Wilson’s career, even when the narrative was found to be false. No one on the Left, including yourself, spoke up when it was discovered that four FISA warrants were illegally obtained against Carter Page. No one on the Left, including yourself, spoke up when it was shown that Kavanaugh’s accusers were making provable false statements to promote their narrative of Kavanaugh as a sexual predator. And of course nobody on their Left is speaking up when the teenagers from Covington and their parents are being threatened for being racists, even as the facts show them to be the victims of aggression.

            Not only do those on the Left, including yourself, not speak up against these lies that harm real flesh and blood people; but the people on the Left, whom I speak with, including yourself, actually promote this narrative in spite of the proven falsity of the statements. That’s tyranny. That’s why I continue to support this president.

            • Mick Zano
              January 23, 2019 at 1:31 PM

              Again, I realize you don’t have much ammunition over the years, but the low end of the totem pole for liberal mobs and republican ones are pretty similar, which is no doubt your reason to perseverate. But even this is a false equivalency: 1. I don’t have to find the most misbehaved liberals to cover, I cover the wrongdoing in the oval office and 2. as for liberal fascism, even in mob form, it seems to pale in comparison to the MAGA Dum Loudes.

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