Monday, February 27, 2012

America's Triumph of the Will

Assassins making the world safe for American sponsored War Crime.

The American "Triumph of the Will" does not feature athletes in Olympic competition. Instead it focuses on well armed, athletic, killers in camo "taking out" dangerous threats to the "Homeland". Terrorists(Hezbollah, AQ, take your pick) are in Central America planning to strike the US(Synopsis garnered from reading review).

It debuted this week end and conquered the top spot in Box Office sales. Nobody should be surprised. Explosions, killing dirty others, especially Muslims, with guns, and high tech accessories, what's not to love?

(Title of film redacted out of VALOR.)

Friday, February 24, 2012

The Iranian Threat: An Imaginary Problem Will Persist and Require an Irrational Solution

It is impossible to solve a problem that does not exist. The problem must persist and become a field made fertile by propaganda (Quds plot, Israeli embassy bombings, Hezbollah in Central America, etc) to produce a reality. Like theology this political husbandry preys upon ignorance and fear to harvest obedience. The yield was taken long before the seed was planted. In the past year threats have been exposed by our protectors. This problem was always a solution searching for a predicate.

War has already been declared. The trick is to keep it obscene enough to not excite protest at home or resistance from rivals abroad. Creep will occur, matters will get out of hand, and greater war will come. It is absurd to believe the same people who brought us Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya will not augment aggressive war by any means.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Not Much to Say But, "Here's a Glorious Flower"

It's cold out. I'm busy shaping a philosophy of night. This labor views the indeterminate as something willfully irrigated into standing pools of association or fields of principle in "daily life". The perianth in disarray and failing to sheath the bud terrorizes enlightened botanists.

Saturday, February 11, 2012


"Perhaps nobody at my court would deign to look upon you; but I disdain no creature, and I hereby offer you my protection."
--Voltaire, "Micromegas".

The Giants of our "Globalist", Macro-Economic, order are not so kind. They openly show disdain for the "little people". Their economic plans incentivize unrest and death(suppression, resource wars). To drain public wealth and leave dissent in its wake is a lucrative business model that leads to more arms sales, stronger banks, and greater demand for violent suppression. Enlightenment reaches its end, a bloody Sunset.

Friday, February 03, 2012

Pope Urban II Never Dies

We must save Jerusalem from the threats of the infidel!

"Enter upon the road to the Holy Sepulchre; wrest that land from the wicked race, and subject it to yourselves ... God has conferred upon you above all nations great glory in arms. Accordingly undertake this journey for the remission of your sins, with the assurance of the imperishable glory of the Kingdom of Heaven."

Who believes the present charade of warmongering United States trying to restrain client state Israel, a proxy warmonger, from attacking Iran?  

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Sophie's Dream


Hate war with every fiber of your being. That's the end of Love.

Don't kettle the dream.

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Crass Ornament: Political Theater in America

"The structure of the mass ornament reflects that of the entire contemporary situation. Since the principle of the capitalist production process does not arise purely out of nature, it must destroy the natural organisms that it regards either as means or as resistance. Community and personality perish when what is demanded is calculability; it is only as a tiny piece of the mass that the individual can clamber up charts and can service machines without any friction. A system oblivious to differences in form leads on its own to the blurring of national characteristics and to the production of worker masses that can be employed equally well at any point on the globe."
Siegfried Kracauer, "The Mass Ornament", 1927.