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

Remeber the Riechstag!

Remember the Riechstag bombing of September 11th? Well, "In a post 9/11 America, state governments have a responsibility to update their homelad security laws in order to protect their citizens."

Does Rhode Island remember Sacco and Vanzetti? Because its governor wants to make it illegal to "speak, utter, or print" statements in support of anarchy. Or the overthrow of the government.

Oh yeah? I think that anarchy isn't a great system, but anarchistic ideals can definitely be incorporated into other systems- and people will learn to think for themselves. And I definitely think that we should overthrow the government, and replace it with one that works in favor of the people. And that's true anarchy- not no system- just no adherance to a system that doesn't improve the state of life for people.

Government, like any other human invention, is a technology. And it's time for a serious Service Pack.


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