March 30, 2007 - New Orleans, LA. This man is an idiot. He is insane. And he too is an arrogant asshole. In fact, this is not a man at all. He's an inhuman. He has a brain the size of his penis, and his penis is the size of a peanut. That's very small, and may have something to do with why elephants once liked him. But once they got a good taste of him, they realized he's one of those horrible tasting, spoiled peanuts with worms in it.
Let's all throw this bastard and his cronies some of our N'awlins Mojo... May e-Coli rot their nipples, cancer masticate their testicles (this includes Condeleeza), Herpes liquify their lips, and the most horrible foot fungus chap and crack their feet. And may he and his cabinet one day be taken to the Hague, tried for war crimes and crimes against humanity, then airdropped into Baghdad with only a jockstrap to use as a sling.
The text reads:
"All state systems operate with central figures of authority. They give meaning and a face to the machinations of alienated political power. In the U.S. and elsewhere, presidents and prime ministers are merely mouthpieces, images of political authority. Their role as figureheads serve to conceal a deeper understanding of state power by concentrating responsibility for government policy on one administration or another. However, by nature, modern states exist to control and manage populations for the capitalist economy and those who reap its benefits. President Bush, like the presidents before him, share the same bed with those who fatten themselves and fill their pockets from the sweat and misery of others. The state and capitalism are a productive fusion of exploitation and control. The people in the top levels of government are merely managing this relationship through social control and the rule of profit. Those in power protect their own interests and call it democracy, resorting to fascist policies when necessary.
Distinctions between political parties are so small as to be meaningless. Kerry, Nader, and any other presidential contender must still play by the rules of the capitalist system. One reform here or a policy change there will not compensate for the misery we endure in the ant colony humanity has been reduced to.
Democrats, Socialists, Independents and the Green Party... you can choose your rulers. But who wants to be ruled?
- Anarchists Against the Misery of States and Capitalism"
This sums the Bush Administration and Neo Conservatism up pretty well:
Just to clarify, I am not an Anarchy purist. I consider myself a Democratic Social Anarchist. Here's my diatribe...
I believe we need leaders who are popularly elected, accessible, transparent, and accountable for their actions. I believe politicians and white collar criminals should share the same detention facility as "common" criminals. I don't believe common people should be imprisoned for common things, such as smoking a blunt. I also don't believe drug addiction should be handled as a crime, but rather as a public health issue. And if alcohol is going to be legal, then why not marijuana? I can't say that I know of anyone who has ever beat their spouse or child, broke a bottle over another person's head, or run down an innocent pedestrian from smoking pot. I believe our society should seek to understand the source of our social ills instead of attempting to cure the symptoms, putting most offenders into counseling and community service programs while encouraging creative, intellectual, and skill development, rather than being reactionary through locking people away and giving people guns. I believe our children should be encouraged to ask the question "Why?", instead of being drilled with the memorization of supposed facts, and learn to solve problems creatively, instead of expect someone else to solve the problem for them. I believe we should be taught how to fish, instead of being given fish all of the time. I believe mindless entertainment is a serious waste of time and brain power. I believe we should learn to be participants, instead of passive spectators. I believe we should be able to follow our own productive paths in life, even if it's not considered economically viable under the current system. For example, I'm not only highly educated, but I'm an artist, a documentarian, a photographer, a writer, a designer, and a community activist. But under the current system, I can barely eeck out a living without doing something that has absolutely nothing to do with how I can best contribute. I believe we should be able to gain wealth through working hard, however there should be a cap on this wealth, while surplus wealth should be fed back into creating a healthier and better educated society, and developing a sustainable infrastructure. I believe that a considerable percentage of our taxes should go toward social, environmental, developmental, and technological programs that support our personal ethic. I believe that even the least productive members of society should have unobstructed access to food, clothing, shelter, healthcare, security, guidance, and the opportunity to better themselves. I believe educators, healthcare workers, law enforcement, trash collectors, creators, and people who contribute to the strenthening of our social core and keeping our physical infrastructure in order should be highly valued, respected, and well paid. I believe that unless at least one half of a fast food chains menu is made from truly wholesome and healthy food products, they should be shut down. I believe that our health system should focus on preventative measures, rather than reactive prescription, pain killing, and pill popping. I believe each individual should be encouraged to take time for themselves to rest, to be with their family, to celebrate life, to travel, and to explore themselves, their world, and it's people. I believe our physical development patterns should encourage easy accessibility to our jobs, one another, and to services without the need of a car. I believe we should be able to do and behave as we wish, to be able to express ourselves unapologetically and without judgement, as long as that doing and behavior does not inflict harm onto others or the world in which we live. I believe we should be able to believe as we wish, as long as our beliefs are not imposed on, or invalidate others' beliefs. I believe we should be responsible for ourselves and our children, but also responsible for and accountable to each other and the surrounding community, helping one another when assistance is needed, strengthening our weakest links. I believe our society should take care of those who cannot take care of themselves, such as our children, our elderly, and our traumatized and disabled. As with the commons, such as water and air, I believe we should have unobstructed access to healthcare when we are ill, and be able to improve our intellectual and creative abilities through an education based upon accomplishment and merit, not fiscal wealth or nepotistic ties. I believe a true democracy should include more than two parties. I believe the electoral system is a joke. I don't believe that to run for candidacy and be heard should be contingent on access to boatloads of money. I believe candidates that run for office should be alotted free time on television, and space in our newspapers, to state their views and objectives as a public service.
Hmmm, doesn't sound like a half bad world I've created in my head! Vote for Me!!!