A Story in Three Pieces
I should have suspected that the future would not be anything like it had been promised to us in 1977. During a compulsory sex education course one of our football coaches had the indubitable privilege of referring to our nether regions as, “gentiles.” Continue reading
Posted in Art, Books, Music & Film, Censorship, Human Relationships, Military, Torture, War and Peace
Tagged class war, ecocide, economy, free speech, imperialism, short story, Torture, War Crimes
The “Honorable Michael B. Mukasey?” At this juncture I could express shock, disbelief and horror at such a thought after reading former FBI Special Agent Colleen Rowley’s article available via Information Clearinghouse and also at the Huffington Post. But I won’t.
Rowley takes exception that such a relic from the Bush Administration could be called upon by any academic institution, let alone one involved in the training of professional attorneys, to speak on the subject of ethics and the implementation of unethical, often illegal, policies. Continue reading
Posted in Constitution, NWO, Obama and Company, Psy-Ops
Tagged class war, corporatism, corruption, human rights, New World Order, NWO, obama, police state, psyops, Resistance, Torture
We cannot settle for the mere undoing of corporate citizenship. We must not stop — we cannot stop — until the finest dreams of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Robert Francis Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Junior are fully realized, and the worst nightmares of Mario Savio, and most importantly, Frank Olson, are completely undone.
#OWS #COTO #TCOT #TOPPROG
- Mitch Winehouse Posing With Wax Figurine of Daughter
“The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for.” — Bob Marley
As a child who grew up in one of the many flavors of household, “dysfunction,” I can report emphatically that children always believe their parents are worth suffering for, over, about and instead of. And, sadly, Amy Jade Winehouse was, probably unbeknownst to her, a victim of this particular scourge of western civilization, the cliché of the “dysfunctional family.”
Posted in Art, Books, Music & Film, Healthcare, Human Relationships, Region: Europe, Women
Tagged class war, economy, genocide, Healthcare, Labor, Privacy
Today we celebrate our distress by pretending distress does not exist, that the now familiar pressure in our lives is actually that of earning a living for our families, no matter how outrageous, or even surreal, the pressure on our families becomes. Rather than the effects of nineteen Arab Muslims with box-cutters on the economies of the western world, perhaps a warp in space-time swallowing even the light with which we view our television sets is to blame. Forget that fascism has always been a pestilence since it became the reason we broke from Mother England over two hundred years ago, let us stare, instead, at the fascinating or morbid, strangeness staring back at us as we observe a cosmic black hole in some far-off galaxy.
Posted in 911, Human Relationships, Human Rights Civil Liberties, MSM Shills, NWO, Psy-Ops, Slavery
Tagged class war, corporatism, fascism, politics, psyops, Resistance
Washington insiders are chattering about Hillary Clinton’s duplicity in dealing with Obama and Mubarak’s long-time CIA friend, Frank Wisner. Apparently, Hillary was offering support to Wisner as if the President supported her policy. However, Obama’s several phone calls to the Middle East explaining his political stand on Egypt suggest otherwise. Continue reading