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Fascism seems more subtle

Fascism is more subtle than we tend to think of it. In its weakened and initial stages, it is more anti- intellectual than anything else, which gives it a wide range to wander the institutional and philosophical, cultural, social, and political milieu. Change is certainly its goal, but what kind of change? Heres some examples of daily activities or issues most common people have to deal with and fascism plays the scene. Recent book restrictions, the freedom to read, publish and display. Education is one of the playgrounds for fascist level, pretty much at the same level as literary and videography censorship, many fascist leaning people always have something to say about what to teach the children. Unfortunately, a society where two people in a family have to work must have little time to complain, much less to deal with the education of their kids. Public education was fine with segregation but when segregation ended neo liberals i.e. The suburban middle clas

History the looking glass path

History and the past is the looking glass path upon which we travel to see where we are going next, into an ever shrinking future, a short, a small, a smaller, a maze of lies, deceits, and reckless genocides, a conundrum of rudderless motion, where we entangle ourselves in misinterpretations, dreams, and eunuch philosopies. We will become extinct before we go to mars. Thats the bet. Then try another way, over and over again and again, try, try, again. Back to the same starting point, repeating ourselves with a new wand, sword or magical thinking, like a snake eating its tail. Ever Since the scientists of Egypt discovered the permanence of death and worship of the afterlife, the stars scattered throughout   the universe, the world and our place in it has shrunk,   and no matter how far or how much we can imagine,   the smaller we became like Alice in the looking glass.   our destiny becomes more and more tenuous   and ridiculous as if reality is anything we

I borrowed this, or the apocalypse already came, and then went.

I borrowed this from someone sweet. The apocalypse came and went, came and went. The apocalypse already came, is coming, is already gone. All this knowledge/nonsense about what comes and whats past. Stacked up against the old testament like mounds of buffalo skulls, tiny men standing on top like sherpas conquering everest. Jesus is coming they say, coming to save the day Someday soon He's going to ride the wild moon but we have to suffer a little more silence first, Like buddha says, take your suffering inside you and churn it into a furnace or a crematorium for your salvation. Like mohammed says, take up the sword against the infidel And like jesus says, wear sheeps clothing but walk like the wolf. All these things will come to pass. The apocalypse came and went, came and went. The apocalypse already came, is coming, is already gone. Some people survived, many people didn't. The apocalypse is here now, was already there yesterd

Dont ask me

If i build a small bomb and set it off and kill five people, then sell the different components to the bomb and others replicate my device and kill five people in explosions all over the country, you can be assured that once the components of that device are identified, it wouldnt take long for state and federal legislation to be enacted that makes it hard to get those components. There will be no talk about like bombs dont kill people, people kill people, what people do with their bombs is no one business, down with all regulations. Shit like that. If three hundred people in iran, including all ages and genders and abilities, are murdered for protesting or being near protestors, or thinking about protesting, such as those being executed in saudi arabia, the fact that in america during the same time period thousands of all ages, all genders, all capabilities have been murdered for no reason at all is never mentioned. The reality is that whether it is the state, th

Newer Version of Revolution

Aren't all the theocracies, dictatorships, authoritarian states including this one, calling themselves Democracies? People throw "democracy" around much in the same way they say " there is a god" as if its crazy to believe otherwise. Democrazy is just a crazy word representing a crazy world. Its a cosmetic term. Even a fascist won't say "let's all live in a fascist state," so they say instead, "we love freedom." But they all say, " we love freedom," don't they? Democracy has taken on so many positive/parasitic terms to its self -righteous breast, such as free, equality, and other pc words that have little or nothing to do with actual democracy. So what is a democracy according to a dictionary? "Government by which people hold the ruling power either directly or through elected representatives. Rule by the ruled".( Is that even possible?)." "The principle of equality of righ

We're Watching You

is it any wonder we're the most paranoid culture on earth. don't believe me. think about it. we're a culture that believes everybody we deem important is watching us. God (for obvious reasons, heaven or hell being at stake, Santa Claus ( he knows if you've been bad or good). the tooth fairy (how else would it know who has teeth under the pillow), the government (mostly because of taxes, security and safety concerns (for them)), let's see who or what else is watching over me, how about every fucking camera in every store and street corner, they're all watching you and me in fact, I'm watching you, and you, and you, all of me is watching you. Sent from my iPad

White Rabbit-Generational Divide

White rabbit In 1967 white rabbit was a classic example of the san francisco sound, with an alice in wonderland metaphor mixed with psychedelic drug references. For anyone, whether you had taken or had experienced psychedelic drugs, understood the references. It's said we are currently a divided nation, divided in left from right politics beliefs and traditions. The other day i accidentally ran across a video on you tube with two black young people, a man and a woman, who were going to listen to white rabbit and comment on it. Before this, a few weeks ago i saw a few episodes of another you tube series with three, sometimes four, young black men, listening to old songs from the fifties and sixties. I found these programs fascinating in that it seemed so incongruous to hear and see people listen to music that for my generation was so important or embedded in my cultural experience at that time. Since white rabbit, music has, of course, changed hands wit