Day of the Dove, Revisited

Seething Rage.
(image courtesy Scissorhead MonkeyFister)

Our post this morning begged the question, if confronting Prznint Comrade isn’t the way to beat him, then what is?

We turn to Omarosa for the answer:

“There’s one way to shut Donald Trump down, and that is just don’t give him the oxygen. And the oxygen comes from the clicks, the likes, the shock, the discussions.”

(The whole interview is fascinating, BTW.)

Scissorheads have said this since the start of the Fourth Reich.

The press should ignore the short-fingered vulgarian. Don’t send a reporter to the (hahaha) Daily Briefing at the White House, set up a camera C-Span-style. Don’t go to, and certainly do not cover the insipid racist rallies in Possum Hollar. You could, if you felt you needed to, just acknowledge that today Comrade Trump travelled to Possum Hollar. Don’t waste OUR time telling us about his lies, just stop covering him.

Don’t enable him by printing his lies. Don’t give him any attention.

In essence, Comrade Trump is the Entity in the Day of the Dove episode of Star Trek TOS.

Starve it, and it will leave.

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7 Responses to Day of the Dove, Revisited

  1. ming says:

    “If confronting Prznint Comrade isn’t the way to beat him, then what is”

    For $800 Alex, What is a Stick?

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  2. MDavis says:

    I saw this in Merlin (1998), but apparently it’s not easy to find a clip from that movie. This description leaves out that Frik (Martin Short) explains to Merlin how to beat Mab because Merlin just doesn’t seem to be able to figure it out for himself. If you see the movie, compare Neill’s ignoring (all stern and clearly still resenting her) with Short’s (man, he totally forgot that bitch)
    “Merlin is a TV miniseries starring Sam Neill as Merlin. After facing his old nemesis Queen Mab in magical combat one last time, Merlin realizes that his best hope of defeating her once and for all is to simply turn away from her and forget she ever existed. Her power came from her ability to strike fear into men’s hearts. By taking that away, he and everyone else revealed her for what she truly was: a pitiful creature not worthy of their attention” but this also appears in a list of 10 (9.5 really) movies where the villain is destroyed by being ignored.
    Here’s the post.

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  3. w3ski4me says:

    I’ve lately been watching the Sci Fi program “The Expanse” on my computer and they have a unique way to not give someone any oxygen, they “Space Them”, as in out the door. That sounds so good for Comrade tRump.

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    • Dennis Cole says:

      Jim Wright, who blogs at StonekettleStation, routinely “airlocks” attendees who can’t follow the simple instructions he gives for commenting on his posts. He’s quite the character, with his finger firmly on the pulse of Current Events, and his hammer comes down firmly and unerringly on every single nail.

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  4. Jim says:

    He’s Willy Loman in “Death of a Salesman” because he is nothing other than a loser salesman. Don’t give him oxygen. I agree.


  5. tucsonbarbara says:

    When someone inevitably points out that season three of the original Star Trek has no good episodes, I immediately direct them to “Day of the Dove.” While not the best Trek ep, it was still quite good. Also, too – Michael Ansara and Susan Howard.


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