Monday, November 28, 2005

The blood-dimmed tide is loosed... 

Fuck Mark Warner. Fuck the Democratic Party. Fuck America.

Gov. Warner rejects Iraq withdrawal date

The above article's second paragraph: " 'This Democrat doesn't think we need to re-fight how we got into (the Iraq war). I think we need to focus more on how to finish it,' Warner said."

This would-be Democrat thinks you should pay Jeff Gannon if you want to get fucked in the ass. Don't try to fuck yourself in the ass in public. Go home, asshole.

Some questions: have the quotation marks in the above article-excerpt been placed around words? Is this a statement of some kind from prospective presidential candidate Mark Warner? Are we supposed to associate the quoted glyphic marks with an actual human intention? Are you, Mark Warner, a human being who harbors moral and emotional and intellectual intentions?

Judging from the above remark, one cannot answer these questions affirmatively. You, Mark Warner, give non-fascistic Americans no reason to believe that you represent any alternative to the current deadly and demented entrancement of the televised class.

Do you not realize that the moment demands more than your insolent and disgusting attempts to curry favor with the Christo-fascists? Do you not realize that the fascists will always want your head on a pike? And do you not know that you are now well on your way to giving them what they want?

And yet your abasement does not remove the blood from your own grubby hands. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Americans murdered, an American city flushed down the toilet, and you cannot bring yourself to offer even the slightest sign of felt response. You seem to have forgetten that all of this shit is actually happening.

"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity."

Apparently it is of no concern to you, Mark Warner, that Bush now won't listen to anyone (including his most loyal advisers) who tries to report to him on a factual basis that something in Iraq is not going according to plan. According to Seymour Hersh, top aides have said that Bush now "disparages any information that conflicts with his view of how the war is proceeding."

This is paranoia. Hersh underscores the point: it is impossible to get information not desired in advance by Bush into the White House at all. Active-duty generals who write up reports that are not sufficiently upbeat cannot get those reports into the White House.

This paranoia is true conviction. Conviction carries weight; it lends its power to words--even mad words. This mad conviction cannot be answered by an absolute refusal on the part of Democratic party leaders to accept any responsibility whatsoever for their own utterances.


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