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Today, it is those who actively participate in the Progressive ideology that call out this complex dichotomy for what it really is: Capitalism presented to the public through different self-pronounced brands.
Most people would prefer the former, but as President John Kennedy once said, “Those who make the peaceful revolution impossible make the violent revolution inevitable.”
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We are made to believe, according to the teachings of the generations before us and those who control the levers of power, that our system is engraved in solid stone and that there is nothing we can do to change it. Those who hold the power work endlessly to ensure their own futures while weakening the foundations upon which this country was founded
If there is any doubt about my message, here it is: To mobilize people behind any cause, regardless of how worthy that cause is, regardless of how intrinsically appealing it may be to get these folks marching, singing, chanting, shouting for that cause, if there is no clear strategy which targets an equally clear and obvious outcome, with a realistic expectation that the strategy will achieve that outcome, then the mobilization is a waste of time. Some forethought, planning, disciplined and targeted activism goes much further than making a lot of noise.
America can say with great pride that what it does, it usually does very well. When we put our minds to something, we pull out all the stops. Now we can put cold-blooded killing right up there in the Top 10. We kill efficiently. We kill without remorse. We kill without hesitation.
Not to be confused with Tolstoy’s literary masterpiece, War and Peace taken together is the ultimate paradox of the human condition. Wherever there is
The day begins with an announcement over a loudspeaker; an unfriendly voice blaring out in an unfriendly environment. Then another loud voice carries on down the long hallway “Stand for count!” . Everybody in their cells jumps out of their beds, fresh out of a sad dream or maybe out of a dream that they are free,
This is a poem I wrote in solidarity of our 99% that the government is waging war against.