The art of hypocrisy

Sometimes, I get the feeling that the globalists are stalking my site. Electronic  scribbles “written with a thumb-nail dipped in tar” and amateur tripwires abound. The latest doodle I stumbled upon causing me to fall [insert winking face here] was Wikipedia‘s flag-waving definition appearing first on my site’s name search.

Google search “the art of Flag-waving” and this pops up as the top result.  Google search “flag-waving” and this does not pop up.

I wonder how the average working-class Aussie feels about being ridiculed in such a way when he or she searches for my site. I would image they would feel emotions of rage or irritation for being slyly mocked and manipulated without any effort to disguise!  We no longer seem to have the right to be nationalists, to be proud of our nation and of our flag.  And most certainly don’t have the right to criticise with honesty.   Perhaps Google needs to make similar attempts to control other nationalistic peoples through malevolent links to demonstrate that they are indeed impartial.

I am curious to see how the jews would feel if Google denigrates them for waving their flag.

Or perhaps the globalists soldiers?

The Chinese ought to be treated the same, too.

Let’s not forget the blacks in America.

When is Google going to link sly definitions to these hotties?

Any globalist Google staff game enough to ridicule this dude’s nationalism?

 

My dearest shallow pools of greed and misery, everything has the potential to be weaponised and mocked.  Even plastic toys can be deadly if thrust into people’s temples. The trick, though, is to do it in such a way as not to make a complete fool of yourself or to harvest.  See below.

University students waving their “trivial” symbol-stirring salute.

 

…I’m so lucky univarsety iz learnin me all about critikal thunking. I sincerely hope you appreciate my newly gained skillz.

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

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