Wednesday, December 31, 2008


A very interesting article about the films of Michael Haneke:

It is really fun to watch your average American squirm during a Michael Haneke film, not because the films are overly graphic, but because they actually challenge the viewer to think for himself and question the coldness of modern society.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


The amount of taxpayer money being expropriated of late is simply amazing. So far the score from the heist looks like this:

  • Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Bailout $200-300 billion
  • Wall Street Bailout $700 billion
  • AIG bailout $112 billion
  • Bear Stearns Bailout $29 billion
  • CitiGroup Bailout $20 billion liquidity injection and $306 billion backstop of toxic assets

APPROXIMATE TOTAL $1.5 Trillion (If it is more than that, or my math is wrong, please feel free to correct me.)

The fact that all of these organizations are essentially parasitic money-lenders should have Americans revolting in the streets. A strong-willed, sane people would be extremely ticked off about such a monumental rip-off and actually DO SOMETHING.

The best is that Washington twiddled its thumbs when the Big Three asked for a $25 billion bridge loan (mere pocket change) and sent Ford, GM and Chrysler packing to Detroit.

The moral of the story is that slimy corporate fucks who deal in paper run this country (into the ground) and they OWN all three branches of government. When they snap their fingers, their sock puppet stooges do their bidding.

But when automakers that actually PRODUCE GOODS need a bridge loan, the answer of Washington is a resounding "FUCK YOU, BUDDY!"

Pat Buchanan said it best, "Is the Republican Party so fanatic in its ideology that, rather than sin against a commandment of Milton Friedman, it is willing to see America written forever out of this fantastic market, let millions of jobs vanish and write off the industrial Midwest?"

The answer is: "Yes." The Cult of the Free Market and Democracy ("the political weapon of Money") are fruit from the same poisonous tree.

If you haven't figured out the score yet, "we're" introducing democracy to the Middle East so that the same slimy fucks can BUY IT TOO.

Get with the fucking program.

Monday, December 8, 2008


A lot of the attacks against Wal-Mart rely upon its poor aesthetics and trashy customer base. Here's an idea: the scum who run this corporation are some of the first traitors who should be drug out in the streets and shot.

It has been argued that Mom and Pop stores are merely weaker, and thus Wal-Mart's destruction of Main Street is just free market capitalism working itself out. However, it is not that simple, and Wal-Mart is not good for America or Americans in the long run.

Mom and Pop stores are rarely subsidized by taxpayer money like Wal-Mart. It's easy to have lower prices when the taxpayer foots the bill.

Mom and Pop stores cost more because they tend to PAY THEIR EMPLOYEES A DECENT WAGE and PROVIDE ADEQUATE HEALTH INSURANCE. Not only do state and local governments subsidize Wal-Mart, but in addition, Wal-Mart employees are low-balled and encouraged by management to seek WIC, Medic-Aid and welfare. So every time you THINK you are getting a really great deal at Wal-Mart, think again. The only ones getting over on anyone are the corporate echelon of Wal-Mart and Walton heirs.

As for Wal-Mart's "Made in the USA" ad campaign, that's a transparent propaganda piece. More than half of the junk they sell mindless American shoppers is made by a worker halfway around the world working on slave wages and under conditions that would be illegal in America. Boy, if I were a Chinese factory worker, there would be a very warm place in my heart for American shoppers. Wal-Mart execs encourage companies to ship jobs/factories overseas to make goods cheaper. Just as an example: a toy made for 18 cents in China sold here in the U.S. for $14.96 is NOT a good deal for anyone but Wal-Mart and its shareholders.

You see, most of you are weak-willed and only live in the moment. Few have the conscientiousness or far-sightedness to think about the long-term ramifications of Wal-Mart on America and Americans.

All I ask is that you look at the whole picture, not just the "lower prices."

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

THE WONDERS OF BLACK RULE (installment #1)

A simple study of the history of American politics will show that blacks have made horrible leaders. Larry Langford is one such example. The best thing his scumbag lawyer could come up with, is that the feds made the coon wear shackles.