If you’ve frequented YouTube lately, you’ve also noticed the ads for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign have become nauseatingly ubiquitous.
“MIKE CAN GET IT DONE,” one Bloomberg ad’s trite slogan assures us.
Undoubtedly – at least to Bloomberg’s cynical campaign managers, who think a majority of the American public resemble knuckle-dragging Neanderthals, and have yet to develop fully functioning frontal cortexes – such visceral but vacuous and simplistic sloganeering has always proved resoundingly effective.
After all, in the game of mass deception that is American politics, one can never let a concocted crisis, or a puerile but effective slogan go to waste.
However, there is a secret to which Bloomberg’s campaign ads will never dare allude.
New York city’s former mayor has proved to be an actor, a US presidential candidate posing under a pseudonym.
Yes, folks, “Mike Bloomberg” is yet another willing participant in the phenomenon of Post-Modern Reality Simulation.
Turns out, Bloomberg’s host actor belongs to a prominent family of European royals, some of whom have not only been US presidents, but have become renowned as some of Hollywood’s most legendary stars as well as some of its most powerful executive figures. Continue reading “Mike’s Bloom crashes into Truth’s Titanic ‘Berg”