Fauntleroy and Flossy – Americanistan Pie
Fauntleroy listened to the camouflage phone pressed to his ear.
“Crash the market. Then we can move in with monies stashed in our accounts in the Netherlands. Once we own enough of the shares of GM we can turn it into the finest manufacturer of Russian T-14 Armata tanks in the world. That will save us so much on shipping them there. We will first clear out the Los Angeles area; it seems our Russian refugees want to live where it is warm. Your exiles will not like our Russian winters. No one likes our Russian winters. You will provide the free labor to tear down the slums of East Los Angeles. All the towns with Laguna in it belong to the Party. Our summer homes will be there. We want all the streets, quaint, like in the 1950’s when, as you put it American was great.” Putt-Baby paused. “Are you listening?”
“I’m listening. Your Party elite want the beaches in California? Do you want them stocked with California girls?”
“Het! We will supply our own from the Baltic States. We also want the billboards to begin appearing on the highways and Freeways, “Russia is our Friend” things will go much easier if we start the indoctrination prior to the transition period. Faunt? Are you there?”
“What? Yes. We…” he stopped, reached over and pressed the red button on his desk. The butler entered with an iced Coke.
“When will all the removal of the unwanted races be complete? Why you allowed them into your Christian nation is a mystery to us. We have never tolerated diversity of any kind. Even the peasants were unpleasant. We want to get started building our Kremlin in the West as soon as possible.”
“Oh, your request to tear down the White House and build a hotel has been granted. You may begin as soon as the population of Los Angeles is moved into the desert of Southern Arizona.”
Putt-Baby put his hand over his mouthpiece while someone asked him if Fauntleroy was taking notes.
“Do you have your instructions?”
Fauntleroy held out his hand to Pet Peeve who handed him the list.
“Crash the market. Take over GM; Build the Laguna cities into 1950’s prop locations. Move the population of Los Angeles to Southern Arizona. Put up your billboards. That’s about it. Then I can build my multi-story building on the White House location. Speed the exodus of the races, almost forgot that.”
The intercom voice interrupted. “Sir, there is a row of F.B.I. vehicles at the front gate.”
Fauntleroy picked up the white phone, “Get me Fawn Hall.”
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This is a work of fiction. This work is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. Any resemblance to the deAmericanizing of America is purely intentional.
‘Budgets’ they scream, as their sponsors rake in record profits year after year from the graft and greed. ‘Budgets’ they scream as their stock shares soar from excess profits taken from long engrained unprincipled business practices to their advantage of the system. ‘Budgets’ they scream as they remove food from the mouths of the poor, frail and disabled.
“Nobody dies from lack of health care.”
“Bring back the system of charity to cover the medical expenses of the poor.”
“I am the Senator. You are a citizen. You need to be quiet.”
“You say you pay for me to do this. Bullc..p. I pay for myself. I paid enough taxes before I got there [Congress] and continue to through my company to pay my own salary. This is a service. No one here pays me to go.”
I read today a comment that paraphrasing, said, ‘Why do the liberals want to stop the president from making America Great again. See, they stand in his way and the DOW drops. They stand in his way and the dollar goes lower. Why don’t the liberals get out of the way, once the corporations don’t have to deal with regulations the whole country will be successful.’
There is a reason for those regulations. The easiest are clean air and clean water. There are things more important than corporate profit.