"Fort Hoodlum, Fort Hoodwink and those the Gods Drive Mad
It is a staggering thing to see, the highly placed and pervasively visible, going on and on about the fall of The Berlin Wall with no mention of the wall that surrounds
Today they said the recession is a good thing because burglaries are down due to so many unemployed people remaining at home. I could list quite a few interesting statements like this but I suspect the reader is seeing them. Blankfein of Goldman Sachs said, with a straight face, that his company is doing god’s work. This justified the sharing out of 12 billion dollars (or pounds) among these worthy priests of a particular god.
The president and his little helpers are extolling the virtues of their democracy while murdering hundreds of thousands of people in foreign countries for various, given reasons that don’t hold water. The land of the free is overrun with black suited tazer waving trolls who can very quickly teach you the cost of being free. The land of equal opportunity gave away enough money to solve all of its problems to the people who created the problems. I could go on and on in this vein but these are just a few illustrations of the ‘madness’ of those “whom the gods would destroy”
I have access to occult history as well as the revisionist history of the moment, as it reflects the past, according to how those in charge of the present would like it to be viewed. There’s one thing you notice and that is the fall of empires. This has been happening for a lot longer than ordinary history records. A logical mind would assume a cause for this and we’ve had theories aplenty. Let’s just say that someone, or something, is opposed to the continuity of any particular top dog of any particular period of time.
Another thing you notice is that most cultures are vibrant and alive in the beginning. They manifest great works of architecture and art. They become very prosperous and that period holds through the summer of its glory and the early fall of the bounty that continued but was not further compelled to repeat. Then it fell apart. We’ve had theories aplenty and some of them are true, within the limitations of the tools of measurement and analysis, as well as the limitations of the portion of the canvas being observed. I note that none of these theories have been useful in preventing this process from repeating itself over and over again. Could it be that at a certain point they just go mad? The irrational thinking, speaking and acting that I see certainly make a strong argument for that.
Today we have a lot of complex theories about the Kennedy assassination, the
I don’t need to know what hit the Pentagon. I just need to know who did it....
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