Thursday, July 28, 2011

This week was exhausting people wise---I think that emotionally people were feeling the negative waves broadcasting from our supposed leaders and like animals reacting to a coming tornado know the dark age is upon us---people were just all screwed up at work---this will be a sleep all weekend festival for me and therefore nothing to see here people, move along......
just make sure you have cash on hand and a full tank of gas prior to Tuesday the August second.

It is quite possible that the only reasonable thing left for me, is to become an Anarchist..

Anarchism is a political philosophy which considers the state undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful, and instead promotes a stateless society, oranarchy.[1][2] Anarchists seek to diminish or abolish authority in the conduct of human relations,

We are helpless before our Moron Overlords in Washington---and are entering the American Dark Age---We can no longer obtain a consensus that a problem exists obviously...thus how then can we solve anything? To me the biggest news this week was not the debt ceiling fight--that is just Moron business as usual---The real news was the economic information released on the true depth of the depression....this unspun information finally makes sense of things---we have suffered through unrealistic information on how great things are, how much better things are getting, blahblahblah----when the truth that we regular citizens understood----that things were shit....did not match up with what we were being told------the main question now based on the release of the true depression economic figures is----was this information purposefully held back, was this information on the true state of our economy contained by the government, bankers and wall street me the answer is of course yes.

from the movie Red Planet
"This is it. That moment they told us in high school where one day, algebra would save our lives".

1 comment:

David Scott said...

I often find myself aligning with the anarchist. Can't help it.

The only problem is that my socialist leanings get in the way.

Basically I believe public works and energy should be owned by the people as well as public transportation and universal health care.