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May 23, 2012



Listen, when I lived in Berlin, Germany for a year in a squat, I began to develop a conspiracy theory that Germans and Europeans control the USA, and that anti-Americanism in Europe was a way of deflecting Americans, who are actually the slaves of some European hierarchy that is linked to an American elite. I was over there when Bush first came into office, so I experienced the hatred of the USA that Bush engendered overseas. In the squat, young people referred to people like Peter Thiel as "fascists". It seems like a cliche, but is it true?


When I read about men like Thiel, I reach for my scissors.


Of course, he's a fan of Donald Trump:



And who was president in the `20s: Good ol' Calvin Coolidge! Very underrated. Compare with today's very overrated Barack Obama.

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