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Lady Michbeth’s Royal Progress 2014 [UPDATED]

22 March 2014 @ 00:17

Or: What Have You Spawned, Mrs. Robinson?

From The Washington Times, Cheryl Chumley reporting, we learn:

First lady Michelle Obama, her two daughters, Malia and Sasha, and her mother touched down Thursday in [Bob: Red] China for what’s being touted as a weeklong feel-good tourist event, amid increasing murmurs back home about U.S. taxpayers having to foot the bill.

Well, hey, Lady Michbeth does work hard, what with the drudgery she experiences having to tell us stupid Americans over and over again that we don’t know how to eat right and that we are hatey-hate haters.


Mrs. Obama is supposed to use her visit for soft diplomacy only, and shy [away] from the more controversial topics that plague U.S.-China relations, namely human rights and economics. No reporters accompanied the family on the trip.

Well…we wouldn’t want to bring up the slave-labor/death camps would we?  Or the Fascist Economy of [Blood] Red China which is riddled with corruption?  I mean, jeez, this is about feeling good about feeling good about Communists — you know, her own kind.

And — Lord no — we wouldn’t want the American ‘free’ press to ask any nasty, ultimately raaaaacist [ie: probing] questions of Her Bleeding Majesty, now would we?


“The nature of her visit is really quite different,” deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes [Bob: Who’s no scholar] told reporters ahead of the trip. “What the first lady really brings is the power of her own story, the power of American values.”

‘The power of her own story’ being, I take it, the tremendous tale of a shrewish harridan, who for most of her life was not proud of the country she was lucky enough to be born into and who held a high-paying job at a hospital that was created for her and disappeared when she left it.  Damn inspiring, that.


The White House also announced that Mrs. Obama wouldn’t field any questions from journalists she encountered in Beijing, which rankled some members of the press and the private sector, given her trip — complete with an entourage of about 70 — was still being paid for with tax dollars.

And most of the American Press will bend over and take it, like the good catamites they are.

David Martosko, writing in The London Daily Mail, remarks:

The trip won’t come cheap.

Judicial Watch, a watchdog group in Washington, D.C., reports that it cost more than $11 million for President and Mrs. Obama to travel to Africa for Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in December.

The first couple were in Africa for less than 13 hours.

What’s a few tens of millions here and there when it’s used to assure that Lady Michbeth and her Dowager Duchess Mother are treated like the corrupt hacks, er, royalty, er, grifters, er, racial grievance hucksters, er, special ladies they really are? [reparations, anyone?]

Oh!…and, of course, once again, Lady Michbeth is traveling without her husband [she’d better watch out or people will start to talk about why this happens sooo often].

Sadly, it seems, the people who have had to service the four women while they stay in an $8,350 per night Peking hotel are raaaaacists.  From the same Daily Mail report, we learn:

Obama-MrsRobinson-001But the Obamas’ stay has already affected staff and guests at the hotel, with the Westin front-desk veteran alleging that Mrs. Obama’s mother Marian Robinson has been ‘barking at the staff since she arrived.’

Hmmm…obviously those complainers are Revisionists, you know: ‘bourgeois elements…infiltrating the government and society at large, aiming to restore capitalism‘ — off to the slave labor camps with ’em!

And they wonder why I drink.

FINAL, RELATED NOTE: Pray to God to protect the peoples of Free China.


UPDATE at 1855…

J. Christian Adams asks a very probing [see above] question that no one in the Catamite Media would dare ask:

Why Does Michelle Obama’s Mother Live At The White House?

At taxpayer expense, it seems.

  1. Starless permalink
    22 March 2014 @ 07:51 07:51

    First Ladies have taken expensive vacations before . They’ve also gone on expensive “soft power” tours before. What they haven’t done before is to take the former and try to get us to believe they’re going on the latter. Did they really think we were going to believe this China trip is anything other than a very nice and expensive vacation for Mrs. Obama and her daughters?

    (Speaking of First Ladies and China) I remember all of the shit Nancy Reagan took for buying new china for the White House, for wearing designer dresses, and for throwing big parties. At that time, the Left (including the media!) were very much self-righteously enthusiastic about bashing her for “lavish” spending while there were people in the nation who were still poor. IIRC, there may have even been a few snide comments about “American royalty” thrown in there, too.

    And it was all fine and dandy, healthy even, to bash the First Lady as a means of speaking truth to power. But now, at a time when the economy is in even worse shape, criticizing the First Lady for taking her daughters on an extremely expensive vacation at taxpayer expense is petty and probably racist.

    Well, they’ve got less than two years left to punch that free vacation ticket, so let’s see where they go next on “soft power” diplomacy trips without the diplomacy part. Grand Tour/shopping trip throughout Europe? I can see the headlines now: “First Lady On Charm Offensive Against Shop Owners of High Street, Teaches Malia and Sasha The Power Of The US Treasury”.

    • 22 March 2014 @ 16:48 16:48

      But why would they do the Grand Tour of such Raaaaacist countries?

      • Starless permalink
        22 March 2014 @ 17:50 17:50

        I know what you mean, but what better way to waste taxpayer dollars than shopping in countries with obscenely high taxes?

        • 22 March 2014 @ 18:35 18:35

          I should have put a ‘/sarc’ at the end of it.

        • Starless permalink
          22 March 2014 @ 23:17 23:17

          I understood the /sarc.

          I suppose another good reason for them to take a traditional Grand Tour through the white devil’s land is so her mother can scream at hotel staff in the birthplace of oppression.

        • 22 March 2014 @ 23:54 23:54

          Like Mother like Daughter.

  2. 22 March 2014 @ 13:49 13:49

    “[T]he more controversial topics that plague U.S.-China relations,” are Chinese economic and military imperialism world-wide. The ones at which USA should be allying with Russia and India to check or defeat.

    I think she is fund-raising and “foreign policy cred”-raising for her 2015-2016 POTUS run.

    • 22 March 2014 @ 18:39 18:39

      While allying with India is probably a good idea, making any alliance with Fascist Russia would be wrong. Putin has his own Totalitarian agenda and vision and we must not repeat the mistake the nations of The West made in 1940. No good will come about from any alliance with Putin.

      • 22 March 2014 @ 23:58 23:58

        I know, it looks ridiculous, sounds ludicrous, wool-gathering. On its face, insane. Why align with a totalitarian? Two answers: (1) China and (2) he is not Stalin and Russia is not 1940. No. 1 is the key. China threatens Russia, India and USA about equally, especially Russia and USA. China is moving population into Siberia, massively. India, you will have noted, refused China entree to her Andaman interests, wisely.

        This is my thinking, for what it’s worth: “China, with North Korea as her client provocateur, is the major problem. It is rightly said — General of the Army MacArthur said it, for example — that no country in their right mind wants to conduct a land war in China. The reason is the precarity of land force approaches to China and communication lines supporting them. However, what about an alliance of countries, to include countries contiguous with the frontiers of China? This is the grand strategic security reason to seek alliance between USA, Russia and India. There are also cultural and economic reasons, but focus here is on the strategic security reason shared by USA, Russia and India. Even by Persia once free of the ayatollahs.”

        From this:

        And there is more: I think the universal pitch towards decentralization and diversification — underneath, of course, revolutionarily, several powerful forces driving towards global totalitarianism, principally China, Mohammedans and EU/USA one-world fascist — is gradually redrawing not a few national and local sovereignty boundaries. Best to work that occasion in alliance with rather than opposition to two key players against the truly serious global hegemon, China.

        More background on my thinking, again, FWIW:

  3. 22 March 2014 @ 16:01 16:01

    The analogy to Lady MacBeth is a good one. Unfortunately, given the abysmal state of Liberal Arts education these days, its unlikely that the casual reader who’s under age 35 or so will get it. My guess is, MacBeth doesn’t appear on many Womyn’s Studies reading lists, much less Taming of the Shrew.

    • 22 March 2014 @ 16:46 16:46

      Screw ’em if they can’t take a classical Western reference.

  4. 22 March 2014 @ 21:26 21:26

    Reblogged this on That Mr. G Guy's Blog.


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