Thursday, July 20, 2006

bitches and hoes, you broke her nose

the highlight of my day was when daily hater (hateonastick) built in a clause in his hate for men with long fingernails to exclude trannies from said hate. why does this make me so happy? because i live in a tiny town right now and the little things are all i have. hell, all i do for fun nowadays is read blogs and flame people anonymously on the internet. and play warhammer quest. and drink. like a fish. i was quite happy to become a part of the daily hater community. i read it ehery day, so why not participate? i waited for some hate that struck a nerve and then i laid it out. and the king of all haters felt my pain and put a clause in the hate for good men with pretty nails. world of wonders, this is.

i've been reading israeli blogs to get a feel for whats up in the east. i havent gone over to the lebanese blogs yet, but i'm getting there. i managed to start a low grade flamewar with an anonymous commenter on the israeli blog i was checking out. it was quite obvious from his poor grammar and spelling and oddly shallow yet aggressive mindset that he was american. the real giveaway was how he kept quoting michael savage. it was funny to me, because he was talking about the enemy within on an israeli blog, with people who have probably never heard of savage, let alone the enemy within thing. it's a whole book, for peter's sake. this anonymous ameriki was ranting about how in a time of war, if people were protesting against the war, we would (read: should) arrest them for treason. most of the israeli and lebanese commenters pointed out that americans are always too ready to denounce that which our country was founded on. (free speech, for one)

as usual, the answer lies somewhere in the middle. yes, in a time of war (what time isnt a time of war these days, for any people of earth?) we must be vigilant and watch for treasonous and seditious enemies of our states, within our own borders, and protect ourselves. but consider the fact that now, although we are not at war with any specific country, not officially, for what its worth, we have leftist senators and congressman rooting for al qaida and hizballah simply because if the terrorists gain ground, so will bush lose ground, along with his party. no thoughts for the innocents that might die on the road to re-election. consider also the case of the new york times and its lewd and perverse relationship with the CIA, enabling them to come across valuable national security information and then publish it for the american people and those who wish to destroy our way of life to see. these are all people and organizations running free within our "democracy", and i have seen no charges brought against them. at the same time as the left tries to destroy our country under the false flag of diversity and "the common man", the right in this country is busy inviting anyone south of the border to come on in and live off of our taxpayers. nevermind the millions of people waiting impatiently in line to come to our fine country, if you are from mejico, you get a free pass to the front of the line! free tacos, and free healthcare. all you have to do is trudge your sweaty, downtrodden ass across the border. dont worry, there is no fence. just welcoming border patrol agents, and goodwill emissaries with bottles of water.

i raised the point with this fellow, that if we should prosecute simple, peaceful, (although perhaps ignorant and sometimes violent) demonstrators, then why should we not try those at the highest levels of government, and those who sit in their ivory towers of the media establishment, for their treasonous actions? for one, our system has no recourse through which the people can bring down the fools who claim to represent them and shame them in the streets. once in office, you can believe that they will stay in office. for a good, long time. representative republic, my ass!

there is no simple answer. on one hand, anyone should be able to say what they want. at any time. (however this is not the case, for many people. have you ever seen a NAMBLA rally in your downtown area? only in san fran, man.) news outlets should be able to report the news. but at what point does your speech or your news report become treason? it is a tough question. at the same time, our government is so cowardly that they are not willing to ask this question, lest they lose their precious special interest campaign contributions from this or that country club arsehole. blatantly seditious and treasonous acts have been going on publicly since day one of the war on terror. since then our troops have been castrated, our military might has been muzzled, and most have been made to think of america as one big pornstar cowboy with breast implants and a movie deal giving the finger and kicking a homeless black man in the face.

luckily, the "most", that is, the people who believe that garbage, are by and large ignorant and silly fools. unluckily, many of these people reside within our borders. and it is much easier to brainwash the stupid than those who will question your ideology.

enough! next post deals with something else. i could go on all nite about this shit and still want to hurt someone in the morning. it all comes out here, because the people i meet are too stupid to understand....

you want to know what they say? every person in this town who i have overheard talking about any international conflict? one of two things:

bomb em. kill em all and forget about it.
or:
get our boys out of there. leave them alone and they'll leave us alone. i hate bush.

yeah, real smart guys. nice options that you've laid out for yourselves. my faith in the general populous has been restored.

idiots. sheep, all of you.

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