How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Hippie Moment

The Revolution... we need one. We need the Establishment to crack, to break, and to be restructured. Otherwise... well, it could be bad, in a mushroom cloud sort of way.

But at what cost? How desperate is this Revolution; what are we willing to surrender; who are we willing to surrender.

A violent revolution would inevitably fail, but more importantly, defeat itself. Why do you revolt? To improve things for the citizenry. The enforcers of the establishment are part of that citizenry. The people that you have to face down are the people you are trying to help.

I'm not advocating a completely pacifistic revolution; I think that would fail as thoroughly as a war-based revolution. But the violence has to be directed and targeted, not at the people, but at the structure itself.

An assault of ideas. A war of propoganda. Even on this field, we're outmanned, outgunned, and the outcome looks hopeless. But it's a better chance than an armed rebellion. It's a better choice than an armed rebellion. As much as I wish bad things would befall various powers that be, I couldn't snuff them out. I couldn't advocate it.

But dammit! Talk to people! Get the word out, shake them up, slap them around! The only hope lies in the masses! The populace has to be motivated; Leviathan sleeps, but if it is roused, not a force on Earth could stop it.

Do not- do not take this sitting down. Fuck the Spying. Fuck the War. Fuck Bush, Ashcroft, and their assorted Assmonkeys. Fuck you.
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