Saturday, July 31, 2004

What To Hold Kerry To If He’s Elected

I have started a new journal. I call it “What To Hold Kerry To If He’s Elected”.

My first entry is from a daily email I receive from “The Center for American Progress” that’s called “Progress Report”. The entry was in the “Progress Report” of July 30, 2004:

“KERRY PUSHES NEW TECHNOLOGY THAT BUSH IS CUTTING: Kerry said he would seriously increase funding for alternative energy research. This is a stark contrast to the current administration. In his very first presidential budget, Bush proposed cutting $277 million out of renewable energy research, while spending an additional $2 billion on coal-related programs. His FY2004 budget tried to "slash funding for numerous clean energy and energy efficiency programs, including funding for bioenergy, wind and geothermal electricity sources." Those cuts "were announced less than a week after the president announced his goal of energy independence in the State of the Union address." While the president has announced efforts to fund a hydrogen car, he took the money to pay for the program out of efforts to develop more fuel efficient vehicles in the short-term. Even the Bush tax cuts included provisions that make the energy situation worse. His latest tax bill included a provision creating a $100,000 tax writeoff for large SUVs like the Hummer (which gets just 10 miles to the gallon). Meanwhile, similar tax benefits for hybrids remain paltry.” (from “Progress Report”, “Center for American Progress”)

If Kerry is elected, I will look back on this and quotes like it to see if Kerry really follows through. If he doesn’t, I expect his present day supporters to join me in calling him on it, protesting his misleading the American public and beginning their support for his defeat for reelection in 2008.

Basically, I’m sick and tired of transparent partisan publishing, whether it’s Rush Limbaugh on the right or Randy Rhodes on the left.

Is it too much to ask talk radio hosts to call it as it is rather than to stick to party lines and make excuses?

We need to make the Repulicrats obsolete and start anew with a legitimate "third" party.

Saturday, July 17, 2004

You Don't Get It, Do You?

I just want to know how to make UFPJ, as well as MoveOn, FAIR,TrueMajority, etc., realize that the day of the worn out, tired, bought and sold Democratic and Republican Parties should come to an end. Neither party has anything to fear. They both know that they have a 50-50 chance of winning and, when they win, what is it they win? They win power. They're all wealthy sons of bitches to begin with. They have the gall to talk about two Americas. Well, they're right. There are two Americas. Theirs and ours. Unfortunately, they own both of them.

We need struggling politicians who are in it for the good of it, the good of us, America, not just for name, glory and power. C'mon, people, wake up!

Wednesday, July 07, 2004

The United World of The Corporacracy

That's right, my friends, those of you who don't read this blog may not have heard of the word "Corporacracy". You may have heard of the word "Corportacracy", a word coined by Mussilini to define fascism.

The word "Corporacracy" has been used by the likes of Ralph Nader and me to describe our form of government in the Former United States of America (the FUSA). We no longer live in a Republic, a Democracy, a Republican Democracy or a Democratic Republic. We live in what was once known as The United States of America and are just one colony in a much larger entity. This entity is global and the government is a corporacracy.

What is a corporacracy? I never thought you'd ask.

Corporacracy (co-por-AC-racy)
n. pl. co•por•ac-racies

1. A word combining "corporation" and "aristocracy".
2. Government by CEOs and top executives of global corporations.
3. Global corporations, considered the primary source of political power.
4. Wealth rules
5. The principles of gross financial inequality and fear of global corporations.
6. The reason the top 5% of the population control over 40% of the wealth.
7. A government that, by blatant disregard for humanity and the environment, is causing the American "middle class" to shrink, fading into an almost poverty level existence. They do this by taking advantage of the "middle class’s" apathy and its addiction to fossil fuels.
8. A government that buys figure head leaders, known as "presidents". These "leaders" are called Republicans and Democrats. Members of the shrinking "middle class" still embrace a fantasy which leads them to write editorial letters debating the differences between the two "parties". They are still under the false impression that there are only two "political" parties existing in the US.
9. The Corporacracy controls colonies in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, Central and South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. It’s sole rule of governance is to create money which creates more money.

When you type “Corporacracy” into a word document and it’s underlined because it’s not in the Word dictionary, choose “Add” instead of “Ignore”. It is, after all, the sole governing body on the planet.

To friendship,

“Our ‘neoconservatives’ are neither new nor conservative, but old as Bablyon and evil as Hell.” – Edward Abbey

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Saturday, July 03, 2004

Independence Day Wish

I wish for independence from the past,
might overruling right,
white men encountering
their new world,
its true inhabitants.

I wish for independence from the arrogance,
fostering false license
to hawk,
redeem extensions
of our own humanity
to dance attendance
upon the burdens
of wealth.

I wish for independence from the blindness
guiding us westward,
turning nature
into dirt interruptions
without offering notice
to peace,
upon which we trampled.

I wish for independence from the gluttony
which continued
to swallow whole
territories suitable
for planting white seeds,
pulverizing cultures.

I wish for independence from conformity,
born of urban sprawl,
away from cities,
conceiving jealousy
of blood pumping
within mere feet
of white picket fences.

I wish for independence from The Corporacracy,
governing body
governing bodies,
stratifying rich from poor,
life from death,
blending earth
with destruction.