Fact: The two most annoying people today are both called Kim. Both are rich, crave attention, have sizeable backsides and live in their own fantasy world. One lives in North Korea, the other in America. Both control the media.
The Kim thing
I certainly don’t follow the media documenting each and every move of American Kim and her family, but it is difficult to escape them. In fact it is impossible NOT to read anything about this Kim thing and her clone siblings.
No, I don’t want to analyze why our media has gone crazy and spend big-time press coverage on them, meanwhile in Syria and Sudan … I don’t want to know what is wrong with us or our times or society or the world. I just want it to stop.
Why hasn’t a Silicon Valley startup come up with a Kardashian-filter algorithm that resets our news feed to actual news? I just want to know why the media turned into a Kardashian-owned PRAWDA that broadcasts relentlessly to the party faithful. The next generation to inherit the throne has already been built up (Kylie). Even the periphery has been scoured for suitable candidates. Recently, surgically tuned-up Caitlyn has been roped in to up the game.
How do I know all this you wonder. Did I accidentally let it slip that I DO read all about it and only feign my outrage? That is exactly my point. I know all that just by being exposed to the media (mainly internet), trying hard to ignore the K-word. But you see by now what the Kim Propaganda has achieved. I know ALL about it, even if I try to block it out. Nobody can escape. The Kim-thing has embedded itself into the fabric of our reality and the media craves each and every titbit of trivial news in a kind of feeding frenzy. “Emperor’s new cloths” springs to the (comfortably numb) mind.
OK, Kim, I had it, you won. I just leave you all with a very dangerous observation to think about: Have you ever seen the two Kims together on one photograph?
There you go! I am not saying anything…
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