The Santa Barbara, California Idiot-Forum: Featuring AN50…

Just for fun:

AN50 @ Me:
You are all over the map emotionally. I can’t help you with that. I was being matter of fact, if that is too rough for you try a different venue. This is an internet blog, the subject is political and you can expect heat. If it is too much then ignore the responses.
As for me I have no redeeming traits, I comment excessively and I have no patients with people. Like I said don’t take it personally, I don’t know you or anyone else commenting here well enough to be personal.

Me @ AN50:
As is indicated by each and every one of your comments, without a single exception, you are a buffoon. An especially ignorant buffoon. And I think that you may be a control freak. And to me that is funny and you are funny.
So, make no mistake. I’m always quite amused by [idiots just like you] and, further, I’m even more than happy to come to this “rough” forum.
Rough? I hope you are laughing at least when you say that. But…What are you saying?? To me, You’re like a monkey. Primitive, just not as bright. You are sheer fodder for the likes of me. And that’s why I’m here and that’s why I’ll never go away.

Go right ahead and write down all your monkey thoughts, parroting all the while, and then thinking that your monkey thoughts actually cause any reaction other than my own total amusement. Is amusement emotional? I laugh directly at you. Oh…And I just hope that you do not have any real role in, say, government. See you soon!

To Respond: On Corporate Tax Rates…

A few essential facts:

First, A historic context: 

In the 1950’s, the U.S. corporate tax rate under President Eisenhower was 90 percent. 

Over the ensuing decades, the titans of industry, those that had amassed great sums of wealth during the industrial revolution and after, had all incorporated in order to avoid, for one thing, paying taxes. 

Each corporate entity, (see Corporate PERSONHOOD) has doggedly pursued the same exact agenda for decades:

1. Lowering Corporate Tax Rates

2. Deregulation of industry

3. Privatization of public goods and assets

Success for the corporate person does translate to…what we see TODAY.

Today, the wealthiest corporations pay ZERO in taxes. AND each corporation enjoys TENS of BILLIONS of dollars in TAX REFUNDS each year. Who pays that? WE DO. Also, ZERO in taxes means that, while these same corporations have amassed great fortunes, by use of every single American tax-payer funded resource, such as the use of infrastructure, research and development grants, US, i.e. human labor resources and countless other funding programs and benefits;
There is so much in the way of documentation of what I write here.
Google this, a yearly list, to begin:
Top 100 Corporate Criminals of the Decade by Russell Mokhiber

What a majority of the electorate, including supporters of corporations/capitalism fails to understand is where we really are: owned and operated by multinational corporations that hold absolutely no allegiance to any nation, Constitution or system of moral authority. Corporations who pick our leaders, buy our representatives, count our votes without oversight or confirmation, taint our food and foul our water and air, sicken our workers and benefit from their deaths. The corporations’ allegiance is to only money; nothing else. They pay little or no taxes, yet they impose policy and write laws to limit our power and unleash theirs.


And HERE is just A Bit of History on Corporations:
Both Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt knew the disastrous
dangers of [allowing] concentrated wealth to grow unchecked; And
both consequently fought tooth and nail against it; Both fought
the constant threat of corporate dominance knowing that, once
the toe is over the threshold, easily leads to total Corporate
takeover; Corporate governance, also known as Corporatism, also
known as Fascism. The end result is the thorough and total
destruction of the Republic, along with the entire notion of a
”free” Democratic state; Which, in turn becomes another tyranny.

Of course, the J.P. Morgans of the Corporate Cabals, bitterly
opposed the likes of the Roosevelts and were positively ruthless
in their own smear campaigns to discredit and ultimately unseat
them. FDR knew them very well and I’ll quote him now: “Behind
the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government
owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the

Theodore Roosevelt was a wise and prescient man; He said the
following inspiring words: “Corporation cunning has developed
faster than the law of nation or state. Corporations have found
ways to steal long before we have found that they were
susceptible to punishment for theft. But sooner or later, unless
there is a season of readjustment, there will come a riotous,
wicked, murderous day of atonement…. These fools on Wall Street
think that they can go on forever! They can’t!”

Both Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt succeeded in
breaking the stranglehold of Corporate Monopolies, first through
Theodore’s aggressive anti-monopoly and anti-trust legislation;
And later by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s responsive counter to the
big banks’ destruction, the Depression-era Glass-Steagal Act,
among other critical Regulatory reforms. They were both aware
and Altruistic and Decent enough to take these critical measures
and more, all directly against the bitter opposition and the
fervent protests by the Ruling Industry tycoons of the day, who
are, incidentally, still the ruling tycoons, the main difference
being that these Tycoons have indeed purchased our entire

So it is that today, everything, every single issue, every one
of OUR RIGHTS; Rights for which so many people in this country
were willing to die; Rights which were struggled for and fought
for HARD; Everything that has been fought for long and hard over
many years, Voting Rights for Black men and Women’s Suffrage,
the Civil Rights movement, Worker’s Rights, Unions; all of these
”basic” and “fundamental” Rights, brutally and violently opposed
by the Ruling Classes, were fought for to produce and ensure a
robust middle class; and to create and maintain a rudimentary
measure of a more Fair and Just system for all, Rich and Poor

Today, every organized effort, every life lost in pursuit of
Fairness and Justice for all, has been thoroughly erased and
intentionally destroyed. And WE the people, the hoodwinked, the
lulled, the complacent, the lazy, have let it all happen. And
now the Corporate takeover of the United States and of the
entire world is complete.

The Carter administration began and deregulated the entire transportation industry.
Reagan’s policies continued this deregulation exponentially;
and each administration since has followed,
in lock-step, the ongoing and thorough DEREGULATION of each and
every other industry; along with the ongoing Privatization of
ALL previously public sectors, lands, etc. Today, the only real
requisite for political candidates is an unshakeable agenda; A
corporate agenda of More Deregulation and Privatization.

It truly does not matter who is installed in this U.S.
government. Every Puppet-Administration–Democrat and Republican
alike–are used as a mere distraction; An intentional diversion
away from the ongoing and highly successful collaboration among
thieves to continue their goals to commit Mass Fraud and to
freely Plunder any place on earth, extracting by theft anything
of value–even if it belongs to another “sovereign” nation.
There are many institutions that have been created to advance
this goal, such as the World Bank and the IMF; When thew usual
first-line measures such as bribery, extortion, sanctions, embargoes; staged rebellions, coup d’etat, assassinations; when those initial measures fail, Wars of
Aggression are often used as effective means to achieve the end
goal, which does appear to be to own and control the entire
world whilst enslaving us all.

A reality check is long overdue. Candidates of this two-party
system each have a political platform to draw votes. Both
parties run their [never-ending] campaigns on any issue that
will please their voting base, all the while blatantly
patronizing, impudently lying, telling us that 1. they CARE and,
2. they represent OUR interests. In reality, politicians do not
know of any such concept as civic duty, moral obligation, the
common good; Indeed, most politicians, if not altogether
illiterate; If not totally uneducated in all topics, most
curiously perhaps, U.S. HISTORY; Politicians, by and large, do
not even know the basics of the U.S. Constitution.

Politicians, like many people, are simply rapacious; Forever
pushing and flailing to get to the slop trough so that they too
can roll around in filthy lucre, disgracefully spoilt, grotesque
and bloated, brimming with privilege so often undeserved and
that uniquely American trait the enormous sense of
entitlement.mounds of filthy lucre. They are nothing if not
scabby and greasy, always on the prowl, skulking around from
town to town in cheap flimsy and ill-fitting sheep costumes.

So, are we expected to see this, um, spectacle, as a “real”
option? I mean, at this point, stop making excuses. Any attempt
to differentiate in any way between Democrat and Republican is
to prop up and perpetuate outright LIES. Democrats and
Republicans are two selfsame, identical parties with identical
interests and identical agendas, both willing collaborators and
quislings for the Corporate money interests and the furtherance

So, with ALL of the stark and obvious warnings over the last
four-five decades, all having been totally IGNORED by most of
the citizenry, THIS is the FINAL wake up call. If and ONLY if an
Enormous Realization, a TRUE AWAKENING, occurs, I guess that
this neo-feudal system of Peonage and debt-servitude will remain
in place; BUT, the longer the denial stays in place, the
stronger the eventual revolt, which may result in the worst
possible scenario: Full Scale Revolution and simultaneous Civil


A Letter to President Obama 2009


Re: The Absolute Necessity of the Public Option in Health Care

Dear President Obama and Staff, Monday, August 17th, 2009

This so-called democracy-but-really-an-oligarchy of ours is not working…there are just too many woefully uniformed, insanely misinformed and downright stupid-to-the-point-of-being-dangerous lunatics; these people do not know anything at all about any issue, particularly this nemesis, the health care industry. They, these utterly brainless, totally uneducated, irrational gun-toting and idiotic fear-mongering masses that comprise a full and startling HALF of this country’s population, have nothing constructive to say or do as they and their unconscionable Republican SS commanders lie and bait and hate and monger incessantly. This is insanity.

My question to you, President Obama, and to your staff: Do you really think it is in the peoples’ best interest to cave in on and waste time bickering with fools? The paramount importance of the public option in health care reform is…

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Message from The STOP MASS INCARCERATION Network

We need to take a couple of hours to sum up what was accomplished in the Bay Area, and Nationally with the determined, and POWERFUL!, protests to bring this country to a HALT In response to the outrage of letting MIKE BROWN’S cold-blooded killer cop walk.
And we need to continue to build off what was accomplished to build a even more powerful – and sustained – movement to stop police murders and brutality against Black and Brown lives.

The defiant people of Ferguson have called for nationwide walkouts from work and school on Monday. How can we make that happen?

Any day now, the Grand Jury in New York is scheduled to release its decision on whether to indict the cop(s) who choked Eric Garner to death for selling cigarettes. What should be our response to their decision?

We will present the history of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, what have we done since our founding in 2011 by Cornel West and Carl Dix, what we are about, and how we see unfolding a mass movement against this GENOCIDE.

Come and bring others who want to step up and become fighters agains all of Mass Incarceration, and all of its aspects and consequences. We encourage all to read – and think about – this statement from Carl Dix, in preparation for this meeting.


A St Louis county grand jury refuses to indict Darren Wilson, the cop who killed Michael Brown. In the days leading up to this decision, a cop in Cleveland guns down Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old Black child who was playing with a toy gun, and a New York cop who heard a sound in a dark stairwell shot and killed 28-year-old Akai Gurley. These are only the most recent cases of wanton police murder of Black people. These racist monsters do this ALL the time, and to Latino people too—like the murder of 13-year-old Andy Lopez in Santa Rosa, California, as he walked down a rural road carrying a toy replica of a BB gun in 2013.This is dragging some of the reality of what it means to be Black or Latino in Amerikkka out into the open for all to see. People in Ferguson stood up to say NO MORE to police murder. Many, many people all across the country of different nationalities joined with them in defiant resistance. People are raising their heads and declaring that this must STOP.

As part of building a movement that can stop these horrors, we have to confront some crucial questions:

Why do police murder people again and again? And why are they almost never punished for their crimes?

And what needs to be done to end this horror once and for all?

First, we have to be clear on just what the problem is, and what it isn’t. The problem isn’t that police need more or better training. How much training do you need to not murder people? To not gun down unarmed people, or to stop approaching Black people carrying toy guns and immediately blow them away? And it’s not that we need more Black elected officials or more Black people in charge of law enforcement. We’ve elected many, many Black mayors and even a Black president. We’ve had Black police chiefs, and now we have a Black man in charge of the federal department of justice. Yet police murder continues and has even intensified.

So what is the source of our problem? Africans were dragged to these shores in slave chains and forced to labor for 250 years to build up the great wealth that these flag-wavers love to brag about. This happened because capitalism required this labor to get going, and individual capitalist merchants, and slaveholders, could make enormous profits off it. How did they enforce it? With armies and armed white people. How did they justify it? With racist ideas and white supremacist institutions.

Then there was the Civil War, which ended slavery. Yet Black people were still not free. They were still chained to the fields of the South, as well as industry, worked like slaves—again because the capitalist-imperialist system required this, and individual capitalists made huge profits from it. This was enforced with armies and police forces and lynch mobs. How was it justified? With more racist and white supremacist crap, in the schools and the culture and the political life. All this use of force and violence—and we are talking about MILLIONS and MILLIONS of cruel and early deaths, and mutilated horrific lives, over the years—all this has been and still is totally illegitimate.

Powerful uprisings in the 1960s rocked the system and forced it to grant concessions. African-American people, along with other oppressed peoples and progressive and revolutionary white people, put everything on the line, and scores of people died to fight for freedom. Revolutionaries were shot down, in some cases murdered in their beds by police. Again, Black people and their allies had to go up against the armies and police of the capitalist-imperialists, and reactionary whites of the KKK and similar ilk, and they had to fight the institutions that generate all manner of white supremacist ideas and relations. And again, people won real and important concessions. But because the system remained in effect, people have continued to suffer. Capitalism’s chase after profits led to moving U.S. factories to far-flung parts of the world where people could be worked for starvation wages in more dangerous conditions. This left millions in the inner cities in a very desperate situation with no real place in the formal U.S. economy. The program for dealing with this has been criminalizing and demonizing whole generations of Black and Latino youth, targeting them with a slow genocide of mass incarceration and police terror. And it is enforced the same way—by their institutions of violence and repression, and brainwashing mass media and school system. (I have dealt with this history very briefly here. To get more deeply into it, people should read The Oppression of Black People, The Crimes of the System, and the Revolution We Need” at the website

The official stamp of approval for police murder, which the grand jury decision represents, has been met by people standing up in Ferguson and defiantly saying NO MORE to police murder. And people all across the country have joined them in determined resistance that has disrupted business as usual. This is very necessary, and it must be continued and built on.

But let’s be clear about where things need to go. So-called structural change that leaves this economic and political set-up intact means that people will continue to suffer this savage oppression. It will take revolution, people rising up and getting rid of the capitalist/imperialist system and building a whole new society in its place, to end this horror and everything else foul this system enforces on people in the U.S. and around the world. Anything less than this will leave future generations to continue to endure the brutality and indignity people suffer today.

There are two big things about this revolution. First, you will never make it without dismantling and doing away with their instruments of reactionary violence that as we showed have always enforced this horror. Second, this must be a revolution to do away with ALL exploitation and ALL oppression, not just a little bit—or it won’t be a revolution that will bring real liberation or be worth fighting. At the same time, as the leader of the Revolutionary Communist Party, Bob Avakian, has pointed out:

There will never be a revolutionary movement in this country that doesn’t fully unleash and give expression to the sometimes openly expressed, sometimes expressed in partial ways, sometimes expressed in wrong ways, but deeply, deeply felt desire to be rid of these long centuries of oppression [of Black people]. There’s never gonna be a revolution in this country and there never should be, that doesn’t make that one key foundation of what it’s all about. (BAsics 3:19)

Right now isn’t the time to go for revolution, but now is the time to build up the forces for revolution so that when the time comes, when the rulers are deep enough in trouble and when people can’t go on living like this anymore, we’ll be ready and in position right to seize power from the capitalist blood-suckers and build a whole new world. Storms that will rock the U.S. global empire are gonna come; but will WE be ready to seize the opportunity for emancipation when it comes along? Will there be a force hastening that time, shaping it, and preparing for it? That’s what we have to be thinking about and working to realize. That’s a big, big part of what the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) is all about.

So as we continue to mobilize resistance that involves broader sections of people, everybody who hates the reality that Black people playing with toy guns or walking in dark hallways or just existing are risking their lives needs to check out and get with the revolution. Go to the website: Read BAsics and other writings by Bob Avakian, the leader of the revolution. Watch the Dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian. And run with the movement for revolution the RCP is building as it fights the power, and transforms the people, for revolution.



Nation of Change (Article): Red Cross Launches Emergency Food Aid in U.K. for First Time Since WWII

Red Cross Launches Emergency Food Aid in U.K. for First Time Since WWII

Due to welfare cuts, high cost of food, and the recession, there is a higher need for food assistance in the U.K. Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves has said that “It’s a tale of two nations – tax cuts for the rich, food banks for the poor.”

Published: November 14, 2014 | Authors: Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead | | News Report

In the wake of harsh welfare cuts and the economic downturn, for the first time since World War II the Red Cross will be collecting and distributing food aid to the U.K.’s neediest.

Food poverty in the U.K. is on the increase. In 2012, the Trussell Trust, an association of charities and church groups that run food banks and publish food bank data each year, reported a 170% increase in food bank distribution in the U.K. compared to the previous year.

Now, with winter approaching and fuel bills expecting to rise, food supply organization FareShare has asked the Red Cross to step in to help Britain’s starving families.

In what is likely to become a growing movement across Britain, volunteers from the Geneva-based charity will be visiting supermarkets across the U.K. and asking shoppers if they can donate dry goods. The Red Cross will work alongside FareShare to distribute the donated goods to food banks throughout the country.

Red Cross’s History of Helping the Neediest

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement began in 1863. It was inspired by Henry Dunant, a Swiss businessman who was horrified by the number of soldiers who were injured in the Battle of Solferino in 1859 and left there to die.

Dunant proposed a series of national relief societies, led by volunteers who were trained in peacetime, to provide “neutral and impartial help” to relieve the suffering in war. In the wake of Dunant’s proposals, in 1863 the founding charter of the Red Cross was drawn up.

In July 1870, after war broke out between Prussia and France, Colonel Loyd-Lindsay called for Britain to follow the example of European countries and form a National Society. The following month, the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded in War was formed. In 1905, the Society was reconstituted as the British Red Cross.

During the Second World War, the Red Cross played a key role in Britain helping the nation’s sick and wounded servicemen. By the time the war ended, the Red Cross had sent over 20 million food parcels to British and Dominion prisoners of war.

Now, it seems uncanny that almost 80 years later, in the technologically sophisticated 21st century, the Red Cross for the first time since WWII is making a stunning re-emergence to once again distribute food parcels across what is supposedly the fourth richest country in the world.

But it’s not just the U.K. which is relying on the charitable distribution of food to assist families struggling to feed themselves. A report released by the Red Cross about the devastating humanitarian impacts of the financial crisis across Europe revealed a 75% rise in the number of people relying on food aid in the last three years.

According to the report, at least 43 million people throughout Europe are deprived of food daily, and 120 million are at risk of poverty.

In May, it was exposed that in the U.K. more than half a million people are now relying on food banks. Many charities and opposition political parties believe the government’s welfare cuts have intensified the situation, alongside the rising cost of groceries and the economic downturn.

Bekele Geleta, the Secretary General of the International Federation of the Red Cross, said the benefits squeeze will only make the problem worse in the long-term.

“While we fully understand that governments need to save money, we strongly advise against indiscriminate cuts in public health and social welfare, as it may cost more in the long run,” said Geleta.

Conservatives Mock the Hungry

Shockingly, certain conservative MPs are not only dismissing the problem, but are sneering at it.

After almost 150,000 people signed a petition calling for an inquiry into the increasing dependence on food banks, the Labour Party called for a debate about the issue in the House of Commons. During the food bank debate in Parliament, Work and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith was videoed ducking questions about the increase in food banks in Britain.

As Duncan Smith sneaked out of Parliament and nominated his deputy to speak for him, other MPs sneered and mocked hungry families relying on food banks in what has been dubbed “one of the most shameful episodes ever witnessed in Parliament.”

Conservative backbenchers hooted and snorted as Labour MP Fiona MacTaggart spoke of the startling scenes she had witnessed at her local Tesco supermarket in Slough, in the south of England, as poor families fought over price-cut food.

Struggling to be heard over the jeering, MacTaggart asked, “Isn’t that a shocking sign in the 21st century?”

Ester McVey, the deputy secretary for Work and Pensions who stood in for Duncan Smith after he snuck out of the debate, said in an ill-thought-out speech: “In the U.K. it is right that more people are going to food banks because as times are tough, we are all having to pay back this £1.5 trillion debt personally.” spoke to Dan Higginbotham, who regularly spends his Friday nights volunteering in soup kitchens in Manchester in the north of England. In collaboration with Barnardo’s, the U.K.’s largest children’s charity, the Manchester soup kitchen serves hot food, sandwiches and tea and coffee to the city’s homeless or destitute.

“The general perception is that only those unemployed in this country are facing poverty, but from what I’ve seen through the increase in demand for foodbanks is that it can affect anyone,” said Higginbotham.

“Many people in the U.K. are now living on the brink of losing their homes and not being able to feed their families because of the rise in bills, low levels of income and how easy it is to get into debt. This is a growing problem that seems like it is only going to get worse, so the news about the Red Cross being called in comes as no real surprise,” he added.

So what is causing the food shortage crisis in Britain? A report titled Food Banks and Food Poverty, issued by the House of Commons, pointed to a variety of factors likely to be contributing to the growth of food bank usage in Britain. High global food prices are one factor making food less affordable for families on low income.

Another factor is the recession, which saw an increase in unemployment as well as earnings that have either stagnated or declined. The significant changes to the benefits system has also been attributed to the rise in food banks. As the report highlights, many speculate that welfare reforms – such as measures to control Housing Benefit and the abolition of Social Fund – are having the biggest impact on the increase in food banks in the U.K. The coalition government, meanwhile, claims there is “no robust link between the two.”

In June, the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics released a report that showed the U.K. as the world’s fourth richest nation. With a 2012 gross domestic product per capita at £21,692, and with the average family being reportedly better off than those in France and Japan, the U.K. lags behind only the U.S., Canada and Germany in terms of wealth.

It is therefore painfully ironic to many that despite the country’s so-called wealth, the Red Cross has been called in for the first time since WWII to hand out food aid to assist the escalating number of households living in hunger. As the Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves told the House of Commons: “It’s a tale of two nations – tax cuts for the rich, food banks for the poor.”



I hope to god that there will come a day when the poor men and women in the U.S. Military will just tell their “commanders” to go F___ themselves.

Indeed, the TIME is NOW.

OUR dear soldiers are used as nothing but cannon fodder by the filthiest and most despicably venal
cabal that has enthroned itself to unchecked power and has indeed perpetuated all American Wars since WWII; That’s continual American Invasions, Occupations, Coups, World WAR, for more than 70 years. LOOK IT UP.

PLEASE!! Wake the fuck up!! NOW is the TIME.

To every single soldier still engaged in this most dangerous combat,
stuck in hell and far from home; and fighting solely on behalf of


stingy, rapacious, wealthy assholes

that do not give a FUCK about ANY of YOU;

To You Soldiers who forever fight the same endless, needless, heinous,
atrocious Wars of American Aggression for THEM;
To the soldiers who are blown to bits, arms and legs blown off, brains splattered or irreparably damaged, paralyzed, dead, or worse;
To those Soldiers who DO make it back home ALIVE,
Only to find that each of you are then summarily left to die anyway
Scraping at the pavement of the hospital parking lot after having been
refused medical treatment at the local VA…AGAIN.

So, To All of OUR Brothers and Sisters, OUR Soldiers with all
your your brains scrambled and most of your limbs blown off;
On behalf of the most sadistic and criminally insane American Dictators who want nothing BUT non-stop Wars of Aggression, Invasion and permanent Occupation
in order to PROFIT and still STEAL other sovereign nations resources;
And every time, THEY send YOU.

So, Now?

Our collective “Freedoms” [to be imprisoned in cement blocks or to be locked in Debt Servitude to Criminal Bankers];
Our “Liberties” [to be THE most backward, uncivilized, uneducated, indeed the most unenlightened society on earth];
And our, um, “Democracy?”

It is ALL a LIE!!



My Thoughts…Conversations with Crackers on Ferguson, MO

Of course, White people HAVE had a built-in advantage…One that none of them will ever admit because it’s so downright stupid on its face.

Racism is indeed the problem itself;
As to the many explicit
forms of Racism, there are just as many slick and insidious
forms of the same Racism.

American Racism and our “founding fathers'” very own visions of Tyranny, complete with [enslaving non-white] Brutal Slavery…And more…Civil War…And “Reparations” (HEY!! I never got my 40 acres and my mule…Did
you?) …Real Estate, Land Covenants…Oh!! And Jim Crow…THAT was BRUTAL!!

So!! Racism/White Supremacy remains as
solid as ever and is cemented in place as the very cornerstone,
the very foundation of America.

Prosecuting Attorney McCulloch certainly does wholly embody and
personify the average white American man. 
He is so
typical and average here in America.
None [of the oppressed] are
really surprised.
And [they] all know it…

So, now, I wonder out loud, specifically regarding these
American Policing Agencies:
What specific traits do they really
look for in hiring new police officers?
Where do the orders,
rules, etc. come from really?
Who is calling the shots
That’s what I want to know.


So, the fact that this cop, a public employee whose salary
other perks and benefits, is paid in full by the
taxpayers–that’s US– is employed to “serve and protect” the
people within a particular community.

So, in this case, this officer somehow sees fit to 1. take
 his GUN from his holster; 2. To point that GUN directly at
unarmed young man who is suspected of a petty theft,
 3. And THEN this cop further sees fit to start
 GUN at the unarmed youth; 4. And even further, this
cop sees
 fit to SHOOT this unarmed young man not once, not
twice, but 

SO!! How typical [of the average White American] to totally
ignore SIX 
GUN SHOTS by a white cop into an unarmed young BLACK

As Bush praised FEMA Director Brown–for his total
and his total failure to respond to Hurricane
said, “Great Job, Brownie!!”

Hey!! Do you want a traditional and time-honored

Okay!! HERE:


Race is STILL one of the most crucial and
fundamental parts of America;
Does that tell you any thing?
tells me, reaffirms, that most Americans are not just
idiots. I now theorize that they are genetic mutations
after centuries of
inbreeding; Blue bloods and Appalachian
Crackers alike; Something is very wrong with them.

And by the way, in Actuality, the Civil War has never ended, it
just continually morphs; Many of the Whites [in the South]
continue to fly their huge Confederate flags because they
are…White Supremacists.

Any way, so what if THAT Slavery was, um, in theory,
“abolished;” In practice and in fact, it was not “abolished” at
all and abolition was never and still is NOT accepted by a
rather astonishing number of Americans.

Do you really not notice that RACISM is one of America’s most
defining characteristics, both historically and Economically.
And it all so brutally and so seamlessly has segued straight
into full peonage, debt servitude, replete with unthinkable Jim
Crow laws; And STILL it wasn’t enough.

Just think too: it was not at all long ago that those pesky
Confederate “types,” same exact as the ones filling much of
[ILLEGITIMATE] government right NOW, they saw fit somehow
kill innocent people…because of skin color…for sport.

By now, I’ve had it, so here:

Even if White people were born this way; or born crack-addicted
water-headed, maybe to a 6-fingered hillbilly in an
 car somewhere in the Ozark mountains…

There STILL would be NO excuse for the sheer magnitude of their

And so thank you!!

For it is both the astonishing stupidity coupled with the
abject ignorance that proves one of my main theories
beyond any 

I have travelled far and wide around this country and
this world and I can honestly say this with deep
sincerity and 
heart-felt conviction:

Some…are the
stupidest, most arrogant and ignorant people ever to roam this
godforsaken earth.