‘The Kronies’ a brilliant action-figure spoof of Obama’s corrupt ‘capitalism’


Photo: The Kronies.com

The Kronies are coming to a government near you.

The Kronies are a team of superheroes who star in a brilliant video send-up of Saturday morning action figure advertisements put together by the  scathingly funny  political-marketing firm Emergent Order.

Like a team of unholy X-Men from K Street, they use their government-granted superpowers to fight the  evil of entrepreneurship – creative productivity that threatens the destruction of closed markets and cozy profit margins reserved for the wired in.

No sector of crony capitalism is spared in the commercial, whether it’s unions (the team of Parts and Labor), Big Agriculture (in the form of Kaptain Korn), or the Big Banks (Bankor the Prophet is “part prophet and part profiteer”).

The team is headed up by Big G (guess who that is.)

The commercial itself is a riot (and pitch perfect), but the Kronies website is just as well done, and the website for its “manufacturer,” Chimera Global Holdings  is a hoot, too (company motto: “The Power of Connections”).

Check it all out.

It’s well worth it.

H/T: Independent Journal Review


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Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].


2 thoughts on “‘The Kronies’ a brilliant action-figure spoof of Obama’s corrupt ‘capitalism’

  1. SusieQ says:

    Here they come to “not” save the day.

    1. FLCommonSense says:

      Here they come to ruin the day!

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