U.S. Democrats and Radical Feminists Will Always Believe The Women Unless The Accused Is Named Bill Clinton

September 28, 2018 at 10:34 pm (Commentary, Culture, Geopolitics and International Relations, Horror, International Intrigue, News, The Occult, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , )

U.S. Democrats and Radical Feminists Will Always Believe The Women Unless The Accused Is Named Bill Clinton

“U.S. Democrats and radical feminists will always believe the women unless the accused is named Bill Clinton.”

Such was the reply given by British MP Renfield R. Renfield when he was asked to give his response on the reaction of various groups of Americans to the jail time sentence for disgraced comedian Bill Cosby and the Senate hearings regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Then Renfield added, “The same goes as well for the idiots at The Washington Post and The New York Times. They will always believe the women as well unless the accused is named Bill Clinton.”

Mrs. Worthington the rabid fanatical British and European football (soccer in the U.S. and Canada) fan who always got into violent vitriolic pub and bar brawls on the subject with other customers who were fans of her favourite teams’ opponents added (she was Renfield’s lunch companion at the time), “Just like these same gang of idiots are always opposed to pedophile covering up bishops unless the pedophile covering up bishop happens to be named Pope Francis. The only so-called “progressive” far leftist paper that seems to have a sense of decency is Der Spiegel which is finally attacking Pope Francis for protecting those priests and bishops who molest altar boys or rape young male seminarians.”

“Now, Mother, do calm yourself,” said Mrs. Worthington’s son Athelstan who was the butler and valet to the billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set and was taking the day off to escort his mother around London, “Remember what your doctor says about your heart condition.”

“I’ll have to get a new doctor,” Mrs. Worthington answered, “He died yesterday. He’s the 32nd doctor in the past 10 years who’s died on me after constantly advising me to stop getting excited while watching British and European and FIFA World Cup Football games and to keep out of pub and bar brawls on the subject because it might aggravate my heart condition and I’ll keel over.”

“Mr. Renfield,” a reporter asked the MP, “why do U.S. Democrats, radical feminists, the New York Times and The Washington Post go after people like Brett Kavanaugh (who may or may not be guilty) but give a free pass to the likes of Bill Clinton and Pope Francis?”.

“Those sexual predators who either knowingly or unknowingly worship the demons Moloch and Baphomet they will give a free pass to,” Renfield answered, “since likewise most U. S. Democrats, radical feminists, Washington Post and New York Times editors and reporters either knowingly or unknowingly worship Moloch and Baphomet and their sacrifice of innocent human life agendas.”

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Friday September 28th


  1. Hyperion said,

    Chris, I wrote a long rant about clarity and justice as it was envisioned by America’s founders and never implemented. Then I realized In the middle of my rant why the Pope declared there was no Hell. We don’t need Hell any more as a boogyman to push us toward Pius living. We have forsaken the light to save on our souls’ electric bill and plunged the world into darkness. This travesty that unfolds everyday in front of all consuming citizens is our new truth, our religion of shame and inequity. Who needs Satan when we have mainstream media as one head of Cerberus and Social Media as the other butt biting head of the non-existent hound of Hell. Who needs Dark Angels when we have a Congress and Senate to do the job. This is merely an Era that will pass with a countering emergence of a new Era. The Classical Age gave way to a millennium of Darkness and we emerged into the Renaissance, the Age of Reason, the Romantic Period, the Industrial Revolution, the Nuclear Age, and now the hedonistic age of technical slavery and the revolution of blind progressive socialist liberalism. It cannot be sustained, thankfully. This is the true zombie apocalypse. We just haven’t noticed it yet. 😳😬🤭🤫🙄😲

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Although Vincent Price tried to warn us in his narration at the end of the Michael Jackson song Thriller,

      Darkness falls across the land
      The midnight hour is close at hand
      Creatures crawl in search of blood
      To terrorize your neighbourhood
      And whosever shall be found
      Without the soul for getting down
      Must stand and face the hounds of Hell
      And rot inside a corpse’s shell.

      However we did not listen- as the author of the Don McClean song Vincent might put it, “Perhaps we’ll listen now.”

      • Hyperion said,

        You are definitely right my prescient friend. If we don’t listen now, we’ll be facing the hounds of Hell and it will be our fellow zombie citizens coming to feed on us.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, the three-headed Cerberus will be biting the ghost of Elvis on his ghostly spectral buttocks as Elvis sings to each of the three heads, “You ain’t nothing but a hound dog crying all the time, you ain’t never caught a rabbit and you ain’t no friend of mine…” while the zombies 🧟‍♂️ feed on mortals as if they were rabbits caught in the trap by ravenous hounds devouring mortal human flesh by the bucketloads in order to satisfy their hunger for brains 🧠 but seeing as how these zombies 🧟‍♂️ have had the misfortune of the zombie apocalypse occurring in the early 21st Century, their hunger will never be satisfied.

      • Hyperion said,

        Poor zombies will die of brain starvation. They will have to mutate and move to Calgary where they will feast on the beastly buttocks of those escaped from the aesthetic gaze of Pan Goatee.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, there will be vast amounts of protein for them to chew on then.

      • Hyperion said,

        And like the polar bear, the zombies will put on enormous amounts of weight and hybernate during the harsh winter months ready to energe in springtime with ravenous appetites for slow moving buttocks. In the rich summer of feasting they may even begin to reproduce ultimately raising their young to be government workers, taking over the world and finally passing laws that declare open season year long on their major food source; chewy buttocks rich in fats, protiens, vitamins, and essential amino acids.

    • George F. said,

      Brilliant post, brilliant response. I want to take a moment to recommend Hurari’s new book “21 lessons for the 21st century.” Totally brilliant. Recommended reading. And, it fits RIGHT in with AKIR A and PAUL whom I haven’t forgotten. I’m mulling shit over right now.

      • Hyperion said,

        I must seek Hurari out. Thank you George for the recommendation. And I will await until Hell, which doesn’t exist according to Chris’ interception of Papal messages, reaches the triple point of water for Paul and Akira to continue their intriguing story. For myself, life has caused my literary coitus interruptus of the written language. I expect the rude interruptions to pass in a few weeks and I’ll return to my sleepy creative self again. Working as a government science project leader always gets very insane in August and September as funding dries up and massive audits must be performed to prove the level of efficiency in cheating the tax payer with million dollar rat turd sniffers and billion dollar facilities to store the 70 ton mobile rat turd sniffer. We need thousands of these rat turd sniffers to drain the swamp and catch all the rats. Its a hard job but soneone has to do it. 😁

      • George F. said,

        Cool man. Can’t wait for your return. And love your level of patience as you wait for the wind to fully fill my sails and I start writing again. Since you really Do work in science, Hurari’s new book will be right up your alley too!

      • Hyperion said,

        The best part of my job is it’s all benevolent stuff. We’re too lazy doing our nuetrino counts to conquer the world with evil intent. That’s why nobody likes us and we cant get any funding but who cares. Nuetrinos dont depend on funding to do their part. Yep, take your time bro. Winter’s coming and yhere will be plenty of cozy days with the laptop to do amazing literary things.

      • Hyperion said,

        Well I went to my local bookstore and came home with Sapiens and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Harari. I looked for Homo Deus as well but that wasn’t in stock. I’m going to enjoy these books as these are right ip my keen interest alley. Thanks for the recommendation George!

      • George F. said,

        You will find them deep, indeed. And, I just put up a new post…at long last…from PAUL’s POV.

      • Hyperion said,

        Awesome George! Don’t take it down until I get there, please….🙏🏼

      • George F. said,

        I think I’m going to leave them all up a lot longer. You’ll see I have a new layout as well.

      • George F. said,

        Going forward, you’ll see how Harari’s ideas will influence my characters. I really think the guy’s a genius.

      • Hyperion said,

        I agree. Just the little I’ve read so far makes reading history interesting and thoughtful.

      • George F. said,

        Are you reading Sapiens first? The other two books are all about the future, and what he has to say about AI will be integrated into my characters. One thought from Hirari when you get to Homo Deus: We have no souls. We are all algorithms. I’m in the middle of his 3rd book now, 21 lessons for the 21st century.

      • Hyperion said,

        Should I read them in order or does it matter? I scanned a few pages in Sapiens and really like how he breaks it doepwn in understandable text and with some good wit too.

      • George F. said,

        Glad you asked. I’d start with Homo Deus (very futuristic but he’s calling it like no one else…) then move on to 21 solutions for the 21st Century, and finally, read Sapiens last. I know Homo Deus wasn’t available at the library, so then just read them in reverse order…3,2,1. He is a genius and with your scientific background I think you’ll get much more out of it that I did…so not only can we discuss it, but you’ll be able to see how incorporate some of his ideas/predictions into the Akira/Paul show! Catchya later!

      • Hyperion said,

        Thanks Bro! Much obliged 😎

      • George F. said,

        Meanwhile, Hyperion Cantos is great! It reassures me that no matter how “far out” I want to push my own fiction–it’s not far enough! The Cantos seems to have it all! Not finished reading yet, but I’m sure their are some concepts that will influence me!

      • Hyperion said,

        It definitely influenced me. I liked the connection to my alter ego, Hyperion based on the old Titan God. I’m a big fan of John Keats who also plays a big part in the Cantos and attempted to write an epic poem on the Fall of Hyperion, the greek god. Some of his descriptions and causes of military failure were very prophetic.

      • George F. said,

        How’s your writer’s inspiration coming along Hyp? I think I’m gearing up to explain Akira as “the ultimate extension” of Amazon’s personal assistant, Alexa” just to bring it down to earth and make it real. As we’ve seen, she’s complete with ultimate defense capabilities as well. And, I’m totally enjoying Hyperion Cantos!

      • Hyperion said,

        Hi George! I just spent four days on the Appalachian Trail hiking in Georgia and North Carolina. My Zen is maxed out at the moment. I like your idea for Akira, it really has that OMG scifi feel to it. I think you are going to like the Shrike. He’s a badass slicer-dicer dude. If I ever get a good half day of peace and quiet, Alexandra is going to bring it on. Hint: heresy is a strong trait of the heretic and heresy is what breaks the stagnation of the human social order. We going to do this man! Let’s roll.

      • George F. said,

        4 days hiking sure sounds better than 4 days typing! Post photos! I like the slice n dice Shrike already! Lord of Pain. Gotta borrow that one! Cya!

      • Hyperion said,

        My zen bin is bursting over. Lots of literary adventure forth coming.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Glad to hear that your Zen bin is bursting over, Daniel.😀

      • Hyperion said,

        It may have just been gas from all that beans, rice, and cheese meals. But it was fun making people belief a bear was bellowing in the woods. 😁

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        To say nothing of the smell from a methane gas explosion. 🤣

      • Hyperion said,

        No need for pepper spray and tear gas at the ANTIFA rallies. I’ll hand out free socialist beans, rice, and cheese with broccoli bits. They’ll take care of the crowd busters themselves.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Indeed they will. 😂🤣

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Hi George,

        G-mail just sent me the notification of this comment.

        We have no souls. We are all algorithms.

        And it rang a bell.

        I’d forgotten all about it.

        Back when I was a Philosophy major in University, I took a course in the History of Medieval Philosophy and I didn’t pay much attention to this particular discussion at the time but there was some little known (today) mathematics professor and philosopher of the medieval school of Nominalist philosophy who taught much the same thing- that we have no souls. We are all algorithms.

        The philosopher of the medieval school of Realist philosophy Saint Thomas Aquinas took on his arguments to refute him and apparently did so which is why the man’s name and arguments aren’t heard of today.

        But it was just one of many philosophical disputes that Thomas Aquinas was engaged in and was covered for about 5 minutes in an hour and a half lecture about the philosophical disputes that Thomas Aquinas was engaged in so like I said I didn’t pay much attention to it.

        The only phrase I remember was We have no souls. We are all algorithms.

        And I had forgotten all about that phrase until now when Gmail sent me the notification of your comment about this Hariri who said we have no souls. We are all algorithms.

        The philosopher George Santayana said those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.

        So maybe because philosophers starting with the pompous arrogant Germans of the 19th Century who started to influence American and British philosophy in the 20th Century and now influence post-modernist and deconstructionist philosophy in the early 21st Century taught that the medieval philosophers never argued about anything important (using the example of How many angels dance on the head of a pin? to totally whitewash the fact that was just one question and a question originally used in derision by one Martin Luther because Philosophy was one subject that Martin Luther flunked and knew nothing about so he wanted to ridicule Philosophy in general- thus developed the prejudice against medieval Philosophy that they never argued about anything important – just questions like How many angels dance on the head of a pin? Nothing important.

        But it seems to me the question do we have souls or are we just algorithms is a very important question- especially in this age of the coming quantum leap in AI.

        And quite possibly Hirari may have just committed philosophical hari-kari for humanity because it’s been forgotten that this philosophical question was discussed once before (because of the post-Luther and post-19th Century German philosophical prejudice against the Philosophical discussions of the Middle Ages).

      • George F. said,

        Dracul! Thanks for joining the discussion! I will definitely look deeper into this argument starting with St. Thomas Aquinas!

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, I’m getting my memories jogged a lot today.

        I seem to remember some profound philosophical questions raised in the 1982 film Blade Runner which I found interesting and it seems to me had I paid more attention to that 5 minute discussion on souls and algorithms, I could have gone back to those philosophical questions raised in Blade Runner.

        I remember in one of your posts before you went on your hiatus, from some of the things Akira was saying, I thought is it possible somehow that Akira has a soul in her?

        Which is a very interesting question.

        And it goes back to the discussion- do we have souls or are we just algorithms?

        Now that I think about it- it does seem to get to the innate matter of the question – is man a spiritual creature or just materialistic in his substance?

      • George F. said,

        Or, is the brain the originator of thought or just the receiver of thought? Humanity knows little of consciousness….

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        That’s a very profound insight, George.

        Is the brain 🧠 the originator of thought or the receiver of thought?

        It explains a point Pope Leo XIII made back in one of his papal encyclicals issued back in 1884- in which he said there was a correlation between pantheistic religion and materialism.

        But I couldn’t quite see the correlation.

        But you mentioning just now – is the brain 🧠 the originator of thought or the receiver of thought – explains the correlation.

        For you see in materialism, there is no mind outside matter.

        Therefore if that premise is true, there can be no personal God who acts outside the material order.

        Thus there goes the monotheistic religions like Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

        However materialism can get along with the Eastern pantheistic religions like Hinduism and Buddhism because ultimately in those religions the entire universe is God (Brahman is the term they use for the impersonal Universal Force in those religions much like the impersonal Universal Force of Star Wars).

        There is no personal God outside the universe or the Cosmos.

        Thus that is one area in which the pantheistic eastern religions like Hinduism and Buddhism are in agreement with materialism.

        Now my dad read some of the early Uppanishads and he noted there are some references to a personal God that seems to operate outside the Cosmos.

        But in the Vedas and later Hindu scriptures, Brahman is strictly an impersonal Universal Force.

        And the gods and goddesses of the Hindu religion are just manifestations of the one impersonal force as are all inanimate matter (rocks, minerals etc.), plants, animals and of course man.

        So in pantheism, the brain 🧠 is the originator of thought. “I think 🤔, therefore I am” as Descartes might put it.

        Because according to some Hindu and Buddhist and gnostic teachings, the material world is just an illusion (much like the Matrix).

        Nirvana or the void or the sea of Brahman is just the divine nothingness.

        Much like the nothing of atheistic materialism.

        In the monotheistic religions like Judaism, Christianity and Islam where the Cosmos of matter is a creation created by a personal God, the human brain 🧠 would be the receiver of thought 💭.

        The human brain would pick up knowledge by observing the created order or Divine revelation in the case where God reveals things to prophets that cannot be grasped by observation and deduction alone.

        However within monotheistic (as opposed to pantheistic) religion, the human brain can originate thought on its own through art or literature or music as well.

        And this is what is meant by the image of God among humans- the ability to come up with original thought on our own like our creator can do.

        Hence Michelangelo can sculpt a Pieta, Leonardo can paint 🎨 a Mona Lisa, Shakespeare can write plays of sheer genius and Beethoven can compose a 9th Symphony.

        Leo XIII was the Pope who recommended that Thomistic philosophy be retaught in Catholic seminaries since the Church had stopped since the days of the Reformation.

        However his ideas were never really carried out by his papal successors and it didn’t happen.

        So instead seminaries produce a lot of pedophiles and perverts instead of men who can instruct modern humanity in an intelligent manner that there really is such an entity as a soul.

      • George F. said,

        Deep analysis and great thinking…so glad you jumped into the conversation…and producing pedophiles and perverts! LOL! So funny, so true!!

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thanks, George. 😃

        And the pedophiles and perverts definitely don’t have to worry about their acts.

        Since Pope Francis says, Who is he to judge?

        Pope Francis will only judge and condemn those who object to pedophiles and perverts being priests.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Awesome, George. 😀

        That was a line in a scene that was edited out from the family friendly movie Curious George of a few years back.

        In the scene, Stormy Daniels (who would become famous later) was seen licking George’s banana 🍌 in the master bedroom when George’s owner walked in.

        When he saw what Stormy was doing to George’s banana 🍌, his owner remarked to the pet monkey 🐒, “Awesome, George.”

      • Hyperion said,

        😂 that is such a relatable story. Curious George was definitely curious.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, I wonder if his curiosity killed the pussy. 😂🤣

      • Hyperion said,

        In my brief study of simian behavior, I would say it is safe to bet there was a lot of monkeying around.

      • George F. said,

        I’m contemplating making my next entry first person singular from Paul’s POV…just to mix it up and try to fire me up. If it works, I’ll just have to switch back and forth from omniscient author to first person, and make it sing! LOL!

      • Hyperion said,

        I think that works. It’s like zooming inside the characters head and that can be a cool thing to do.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thanks for the recommendation, George. 😀

  2. David Redpath said,

    The F.B.I. investigation into the accusations against
    Kavanaugh will no doubt put
    the issue to bed, so to speak.
    I know the Democrats are still
    upset about Obama being
    denied a supreme court judge
    nomination. I would not be
    surprised if some are out for
    revenge, especially with
    Roe Vs. Wade on the line.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, David, I suspect very much the Democrats are in revenge mode over Roe vs. Wade.

      • George F. said,

        I read that exact analysis in the news. Plus, don’t cut n paste media thoughts on Dracul’s original blog.

  3. AdnamaMarais.wordpress.com said,

    Edgy. 🙂👍

  4. George F. said,

    Chris, this commentary is what makes you a comic genius! Keep them coming. You stir up the mud and get me and Hype to react!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks very much, George. 🙂

      I will definitely try keeping the comic commentary coming. 😀

  5. Orvillewrong said,

    Methinks Kavanaugh doth protest too much, usually a sure sign of guilt!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I think 70% of the males in my High School graduating class would be denied promotions later in life if they were rejected from their promotions because they acted of a sexual predatory nature while intoxicated 😵 back in High School.

      Of course since I always acted like a gentleman in High School, that’s the reason why I never got a date.

      One thing that most radical feminists are either too stupid or too dishonest to admit is that most females of high school age (and even early college age) are always chasing after and wanting the so-called “bad boys” rather than gentlemen and then they’re shocked 😮 when they discover that the bad boys act like bad boys.

      And after having done it way too many times, many of these women develop an inherent witchiness and bitchiness later in life and start throwing temper tantrums when men whose viewpoints they disagree with, they try to dig up any dirt that might make these men come across as acting like the “bad boys” they so stupidly chased in their airheaded youth so long ago.

      So these post menopausal hags (aided and abetted by the current generation of airheaded monthly tampon users who have jumped on the #MeToo bandwagon because it’s cool 😎 and trendy to do so) latch on to the guys who were gentlemen in High School to advance their agenda and those gentlemen who were truly wusses and wimps and that’s why they were so gentlemanly immediately cave in and do do.

      However those gentlemen who were truly masculine but at the same time truly gentlemanly won’t cave in to the witchy bitchy feminist neo-lesbian blowhard agenda and instead will give these self-righteous infanticidal bitches the raspberry they so richly deserve.

  6. janowrite said,

    An excellent assessment – Renfield has my vote. He Gets It.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks very much, Jan. 🙂

      I’ll pass that message on to Renfield.

      He’ll be delighted to hear it. 😀

  7. righteousbruin9 said,

    More than once, I have been excoriated, over the years, for holding those on the left to the same standard of personal behaviour as their “opponents” on the right. Bill Clinton got a pass because many people were afraid of a conservative regime. Fast forward, and we get both a conservative regime AND Clintonian behaviour towards women, all across the political spectrum.

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