Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Down With The Dem Party !

"It is instructive to remember that the party we are talking about was at the peak of its ‘progressive’ inclinations back in the sixties, when it was the party in total control of the political power; two thirds of the Senate, three quarters of the House, plus the Presidency.

"Lest one forgets, at about the same time period, that very ‘progressive’ Democratic Party USA was incinerating the Vietnamese population alone at the rate of roughly two hundred and fifty thousand precious lives a year.

"We are referring, politely mind you, to the elite participants in the game of deluding selves and others; the aristocracy of the voters for Democratic Party USA.

"Democratic Party USA is a major part of the problem. But, that is only the beginning statement of any programmatic effort to set things right. Yet, that is where we must start. The corruption of ideas and the inability to think creatively runs so deep in the USA that as luminary a figure as a Noam Chomsky, or a Howard Zinn, when it came down to it, folded and advocated that voters should side with the establishment and throw away their rights by voting for a war-promoting Democrat presidential candidate in 2004.

"So, stop being a house nigger and grow some balls if you really want to do something to change the situation, as opposed to just reporting on it and taking endless notes on this or that new tiny differentiation in the latest modality of how the machine is fucking us all.


Anonymous Herb Briggs said...

Voting is useless until the system is rid of electronic tabulators and voting machines. I voted for Ralph Nader and it felt pretty good. Democrats think they're helping... but they're just lambs being led down the path to "slaughter"....
Republicans used to stand for some decent principles... now they stand for greed.
Both parties are part of the same hidden apparatus - via freemason moles - working towards One World Government.
They are guilty of treason.

"We shall have world government whether or not we like it. The only question is whether world government will be achieved by conquest or consent."
- James P. Warburg (banker, economist, a member of FDR's braintrust, and son of Paul M. Warburg) of the CFR, told a Senate Foreign Relations Committee on February 17, 1950

"As nightfall does not come all at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight. And it is in such twilight that we all must be aware of change in the air—however slight—lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness."
— Justice William O. Douglas, US Supreme Court (1939-75)

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