Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Re: anarchist strategy

here is how i feel / what i think - -

radical thought requires a distillation of key elements, plus going outside the box.

one should cut to the quick, play devil's advocate once in awhile, and put it all "right in your face."

my goal in typing is to make a point, not to play chicken_shit politics.  name it, analyze it, approach it... and say "take a look!"

conflicted? yes. here i am, a buddhist/anarchistic-american_patriot, living in a corrupt imperialist-fascist-corporate_monopoly state; but, you gotta' make a living, right? - - - - that does not change my views!

so - try this on for size:

multi-national corporations are bankrupting the entire ecosphere, and we shall all die because of their basic and blatant piracy of "our" planet - - - - so our socio-economic system is what, "broken?," or something - NO - these are systems that people have used to gain power and wealth and domination for quite some time, and they work quite well.  their final effect, however, such concentrations and expenditures of so many "billions" of wealth, will be death.

is this naive? reactionary? overly simplistic.... it is what ever you want to call it.  just please go deep and ask your self who deserves what, and who is getting screwed, and how me might help "the planet" survive.

i hope that my thoughts might help you think about what is going on, what is right, etc.

On Sep 27, 2008, rc wrote:

actually, as you might have ascertained by now: i am not just an anarchist, but a "radical american patriot" who does not appreciate our entire economy being hijacked by "corporations," with our motto of "PEACE AND JUSTICE FOR ALL" being entirely corrupted in the process.

corporations need to be abolished - - people need to show their faces, and be accountable for their actions.

incorporation is one of the most basic flaws of the current system, i think. 1

corporations allow people to hide behind their titles while they and their corporation rake in the profits and commit abuses.

a corporation is not a person (even though it is defined so by law), and the people behind it... well, some of them commit suicide, while others live fat and screw everyone else.  one or two of them get thrown in jail, but the corp?  ~ it gets a bailout.

one might as well be a real pirate, patch and all.  how about we don't let it continue? 2


On Sep 27, 2008, rc wrote:

get Obama elected - (we simply cannot have another republican fascist asshole running the state / and "liberal" would be better, no doubt).

put the screws to him once in office and demand REAL CHANGE.

that means: cut the balls off of the corporations and their governmental conspirators,
and take this country back for the People.

it would involve some "diplomacy," but at least some progress could be made
towards a real working situation.

what do you think?


1  (this entire bank failure thing, for example? - who was looking the other way? - WHERE IS THE MONEY? {follow the money})

2   regarding the stranglehold? - one could just not pay and say: "great!  throw me in jail, fuck up my life - you won't get your profit, you will make my business fail, it will cost you money, and you have actually just made my point.  unless you are willing to just shoot me in the head in order for me to shut up, please go away and desist.  if your political agenda is such that you need to shoot me, then you are really just not deserving of human life yourself.