Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Coffee, Tea, or the Truth? 

Allow me to be the one to tell you that the only movement worth a damn is the one that defeated "Dubya" and now intends to defeat the criminal imperial oligarchy itself.

That movement--although it can barely be called a movement--is doing well enough to inspire the oligarchy's threatening teabag tirades, as well as the insipid imitation of an imitation called the "Coffee Party" - which is yet another attempt to gain control of the only movement worth a damn.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

"The Story of Us" 

"America" is superior to nothing and deserves nothing but rejection as long as it is a criminal enterprise. Same goes for Israel, Western "civilization", and "Judeo-Christian" religion: it is garbage if it deceives, steals, abuses, enslaves, tortures, and murders.

I am a dissident of anything that robs the human experience of its beauty and integrity, and of its potential.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Better People 

The only solution is...

Friday, March 12, 2010

The Empire's Nuts 

The imperial oligarchy's best strategy for defeating the (silent, unrequited) movement that defeated its Republican identity, forced it to wear the one of its masks it likes the least, and continues to threaten its stranglehold on humanity, is to create its own movement--an evil twin of its foe--by co-opting the essence of its language and narrative. In this way, the oligarchs are able to marginalize and delegitimize the principled opposition against them by confounding the (unaware and/or undecided) public's perception. In addition, the Teabagger "movement" gives their empire--affectionately known as "America"--the means and momentum to reinvent itself as an iron fist to crush legitimate, principled opposition if need be.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Fragile Clown 

The censors at Huffington Post don't want anyone to know that I find Ben Berkon, "humor" propagandist for empire, to be not funny. Yesterday they censored the following response.
I hear you write comedy. Is it true?

Friday, March 05, 2010

Pulling on a Thread 

I issued a public challenge yesterday evening that ended with the censors. Interestingly, they allowed quite a bit, (although one must be signed-in to read the whole exchange, or access it through the list of my comments). In response to SgtMac's 09:28 PM post, I posted the following at 10:12 PM which was censored.
If General Zinni & Senator Kerry were interested in saving anyone from avoidable conflict...

If only.
I signed-in an hour later using an account I created recently with my real name, and posted the same exact thing as a reply to Senator Kerry. It too was censored.

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