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Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Woe To The Establishment! "Anything is Now Possible. A World is Collapsing Before Our Eyes - Dizziness"


Gerard Araud, the French ambassador to Washington and a social media institution, tweeted his dismay at a collapsing world order, then appeared to delete his tweet. 
"Après Brexit et cette élection, tout est désormais possible. Un monde s'effondre devant nos yeux. Un vertige," he wrote, 
which translates as 
"After Brexit and this election, anything is now possible. A world is collapsing before our eyes. Dizziness" in English.

EUCATASTROPHE!
Eucatastrophe is a term coined by J. R. R. Tolkien which refers to the sudden turn of events at the end of a story which ensures that the protagonist does not meet some terrible, impending, and very plausible doom.[1] Tolkien formed the word by affixing the Greek prefix eu, meaning good, to catastrophe, the word traditionally used in classically inspired literary criticism to refer to the "unraveling" or conclusion of a drama's plot. 
For Tolkien, the term appears to have had a thematic meaning that went beyond its literal etymological meaning in terms of form.[how?] In his definition as outlined in his 1947 essay "On Fairy-Stories",[2] eucatastrophe is a fundamental part of his conception of mythopoeia.[how?] 
Though Tolkien's interest is in myth, it is also connected to the gospel; Tolkien calls the Incarnation of Christ the eucatastrophe of "human history" and the Resurrection the eucatastrophe of the Incarnation.[3] 
Eucatastrophe has been labelled as a form of deus ex machina, due to both sharing an impossible problem being suddenly resolved.[4][5] However, differences between the two have also been noted, such as its inherent connection to an optimistic view on the unfolding of events in the narrative of the world.[6] In his view, Eucatastrophe can also occur without the use of a deus ex machina.[7]
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn! Can you believe THIS?

The dishonest media strikes again!

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-07/newsweek-calls-it-madam-president-clinton-hits-shelves-due-business-decision

tammy

Wednesday, November 09, 2016 1:00:00 pm  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

There will indeed be turmoil for a time. Any time that power shifts away from a particular group, turmoil ensues. But what comes after that turmoil can be a very good thing. May it be so this time!

Wednesday, November 09, 2016 1:48:00 pm  

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