Right off the bat Vince complains about geoengineering and the polar plunging jet stream that must have really pissed him off. It seems the cold weather has affected his sinuses making his voice strained yet salacious. His opening rant is a comprehensive commentary on the pertinent issue of Greedy Rich Pricks. He exposes their propaganda used to make a wealth tax seem like it would be devastating to the economy. We are reminded how systemic socioeconomic change is needed because a 3% tax on the super rich ain't gonna do it. Perhaps trump really is the best president for this plutocracy; because he puts the Pluto in Plutocrat! After the song he talks about the military coup in Bolivia and gives his opinions on the true motives. We are then treated to another award winning segment of, Hell Going on Out There. That brings us to an enraging yet cathartic close to show 53.
Show 52 is an escapade of eagerness that features explorative rants, a new caller and his first interview with a famous rock star! Vince is ecstatic to share the news that brought him out of his despair. He energetically rants on a plethora of issues from Baghdadi to banditry, wages to welfare and everything in between. Next he takes a random caller who challenges Vince's core beliefs and an enthralling exchange takes place over what's better, social equality or authoritarian systems. They squabble over war and Vince proclaims You Can't Bomb the World in to Peace! After the song he proudly plays his unusual interview with Roger Waters, in which they discuss Julian Assange. He talks a bit about Edward Snowden, before begging the aliens to take him away.
It's seems the eternal optimist is showing signs of cracking this week. He excoriates protest cynics but then gives in the incrementalists and talks about Bernie Sanders. Next he rants about cultural construct in America so people accepted; endemic prejudice, genocide, slavery, segregation, war and plutocracy. He makes fun of the dummycrat impeachment spectacle and berates Kurt Russell. The tirade gets dark and the bipolar rock and roller proclaims the human race is under a spell and puts us in a deep, dark TRANCE… After the MickWop tune he gives an angry and offensive commentary on cop mentality. Then we hear his views on The U.S abandoning the Kurds in Syria and if Trump is really bringing the boys back home. Vince was more sarcastic and spiteful than usually today. He seemed emotional and possibly defeated signing off for show 51. I'll check on him in a few days… firstname.lastname@example.org
Vince was coaxed out of his hermit hole to deliver this monumental 50th Plutocracy Report. He gives his views on the new environmental movements and the nauseating way sheepies in both the left and right herds view it. He tells us to open our minds; we can yet change if we reject cynicism and defeatist attitudes. He points out how lately everything is ramped up to divide us and the mind manipulators are hard at work in these troubling times. Then he takes an unexpected caller that seems to have really irked him. Vince decided to cut off all haters, cynics, and righty fringe freaks, and tells them- Good bye From My Life… After the MickWop song he gets in to the impeachment distraction by the dummycrats to keep sheepies focused on trivial bullcrap while the world goes to hell in a basket. He talks about Trumps scripted speech at the U.N and reads something he said off the cuff in contrast. He ends with good news of evidence that at least one egghead has been listening to the plutocracy report and wrote a good article. Wilco takes us out…
This dude starts raging about revolution. Early on in his report he mentions trump lovers, sports distraction and mass shootings… and a bunch of other stuff. He kept raging about revolution and seems know what we need to do, but he fears the democrats winning the next election and will subdue the sheepies by saying, "go back to sleep, everything is wonderful now." After the song the dude says there may be a way to end plutocracy without needing a revolution! He touches on population control and gives his shocking attitude. Then he has a special guest on the phone, who is a revolutionary from China! ---As the new description writer for the Plutocracy Report I hope I did Ok on my first one. Comments at- email@example.com
Listener discretion is highly advised for show 48!!! Vince calmly starts off talking about burning forests and the sadness that he feels. Then launches in to a rant so filled with vitriol, vulgarity and venom that it shocked me. He begins bloviating about the Plutonomy system and our scripted cultural indoctrination to it. Today Vince Marcanti totally disgraced himself by rudely insulting everyone who is a Marxist! He berates a plethora of groups and individuals that I highly admire just because they are still identifying with communism or not preaching his foolish message of "revolution now." He then attacks people who aren’t supportive of the protests in Hong Kong, blaming it on their lefty bias. He arrogantly declares if we don’t believe him now, we will soon find out he's right, The Hard Way! The Kinks are featured today. After the song he continues to insult people, in fact he calls all of us dummies over and over and I quite frankly had enough! I hereby resign as archive writer for the plutocracy report. Write you own show descriptions from now on. ---bu buyyyyy--- Jerk!
Vince tries to get in to the nitty-gritty today; the underlying factor that keeps us enslaved to the Plutonomy system and it's the overlords. He soon goes off on tangents about creating a new transportation system and becoming supreme leader of the sheepie states of America. Increased solar radiation penetrating through the damaged ozone layer is his next topic. He gives a sobering look at our society and has Roger Waters ask us, is this life we really want!?!... After the song he plays an anti-Russian news clip that he finds ridiculous. He touches on the two biggest stories of the month one is tragic the other is disgusting. After taking a call he gives a resistance report and a tetchy but tender ba buyyyyy.
The show kicks off with what seemed like an attempted apology for berating lefty sheepies so much, but Vince just further berates them for not admitting a united people's movement in revolt is the only way to end plutocracy. He insults a few famous people including a Democratic hopeful for voting to condemn the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. He gets in to some weird stuff about aliens and conspiracies before he is asked to take a call. Vince proclaims what he truly is; A Rocker! Next he talks about the anti progressive, neo-liberal propaganda for democrat sheepies and a study to find out if Americans are willing to pay a tax for climate change. After a look at some republican doings he reminds us who is truly responsible for maintaining plutocracy. This was both a somber and bizarre show in my opinion… I'm gonna listen again to soak it all in.
There is no justice in our culture and the whole system is corrupt; it can't be fixed, time for a new one! On this theme Vince delivers a fiery, spontaneous and uninterrupted rant, touching on planned obsolescence and life expectancy statistics. It crescendos in an apocalyptic vision, "Things are going on that we don’t know about and the power elite are preparing to deal with the inevitable sheepie unrest when things get worse. If the plutocrats have to use their final contingency plan and bring about a nuclear winter. The few tattered survivors will emerge from the ruble and desperately seek to find one thing, LOVE ADMIST THE RUINS!" After the epic, original song Vince co-wrote, we hear about the plutocrat's phony crusade to save the world – without changing anything. He then reminds us the dummycrat primary race is just a puppet show before we hear about a million sheepies who pledged to storm area 51 instead of Capitol Hill.The solutions are out there and you hear about them on The Plutocracy Report...
Vince starts off with an environmental update but goes off on a tangent every time he mentions plutocrats. Next he talks about the reality of fake news; and comments on coverage about Iran blowing a hole in a Japanese oil tanker. His fiery rant is interrupted by a caller who happens to be an irate professor. After another call Vince loses his temper and proclaims, "I've Had Enough." MickWop Music is jammed. After the song he picks right up on how the main stream media influences sheepie behavior; then an update on the artificial economy and he gives us some reality as well. A quote from the original Doctor Who ends another enthralling Plutocracy report.