Sunday, 7 September 2014


So what's to happen to the best Empire the world has ever seen? Truly an elevated subject for a concise web journal, however I'm going to attempt to blanket it in a few postings.

The Romans comprehended the impact of energy. Pompeii and Caesar once in a while hesistated to utilize energy at whatever point conceivable. Energy says a lot with its roughness. Energy spells out feelings and sets out the law without such a great amount as a sentence talked. Sudden stunning exhibition, as opposed to being any sort of new or novel idea, is as old as brutality itself. I can't sit here and contend against the impact of energy. It is savagely productive. Anyway to depend on power it to place oneself in a hazardous position- to weild energy without sympathy toward outcome, you should dependably  dependably  be in the position of the most compelling. Since, clearly, the second you slip, the roughness welled up against you will be let detached in a surge. Say what you will in regards to terrorism. It is, if nothing else, compelling. Murdering regular people is abbhorable- however it is ensured to bring thoughtfulness regarding your reason. What's more, when you are situated against the mightiest military ever, what decision do you have? Look what the confidence based initiave behind the pulverization of the twin towers prompted  billiions lost, a country turned on itself, an administration put in the position of ruling without benevolence over it nationals.

Iraq was a sham. There are no weapons, and nobody minds. Not here, in any case. Clearly, whatever is left of the world is all around intrigued. What happens when the avocation for brutality breaks apart? All things considered, you switch them. It was constantly about the liberation of the Iraqi individuals. Do you not recall, friends, that Snowball battled against you? It torments me that orwell was so destructive faultless.

Actually, how about we size up the players in this round of Risk.

Syria is flimsy and a hotbed of universal terrorism.

Saudi Arabia's natives loathe us without reservation. It will take a demonstration of God- the Christian God- to keep the House of Saud from ruin through the following ten years.

Afghanistan is one slug far from aggregate and complete disorder. Not long from now, without precedent for 10 years, a bumber product of opium was created by its ranchers. Warlords are in control of each city save Kabul.

Iraq is certain to choose a fundamentalist priest as its ruler. Different gatherings inside Iraq are as of now get ready for common war. Plundering is unabated, and the main thing in that nation under control are the oil fields.

Iran is scrambling to get its active atomic weapons, the main known impediment against annihlaltion by America.

Israel is the most loathed nation on the planet. An assault on Israel is to be viewed as an assault on the United States. The pioneer of Israel is a war criminal with blood staring him in the face the distance once again to 1980.

So that is the place we stand. With simply those nations. Maybe the evangelists being prepared for discharge into the unbeliever's badlands will change the tide. We'll see.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

The Riot Act

The Riot Act was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain that authorized local authorities to declare any group of twelve or more people to be unlawfully assembled, and thus have to disperse or face punitive action. The Act, whose long title was "An Act for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies, and for the more speedy and effectual punishes the rioters", came into force on 1 August 1715. It was repealed for England and Wales by section 10(2) of, and Part III of Schedule 3 to, the Criminal Law Act 1967.

Wednesday, 25 July 2012


A riot is a form of civil disorder characterized often by what is thought of as disorganized groups lashing out in a sudden and intense rash of violence against authority, property or people. While individuals may attempt to lead or control a riot, riots are thought to be typically chaotic and exhibit herd behaviour, and usually generated by civil unrest. However, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that riots are not irrational, herd-like behaviour, but follow inverted social norms.

Riots often occur in reaction to a perceived grievance or out of dissent. Historically, riots have occurred due to poor working or living conditions, government, oppression, taxation or conscription, conflicts between ethnic groups, food supply or religions (see race riot, sectarian violence and pogrom), the outcome of a sporting event (see football hooliganism) or frustration with legal channels through which to air grievances.
Riots typically involve vandalism and the destruction of private and public property. The specific property to be targeted varies depending on the riot and the inclinations of those involved. Targets can include shops, cars, restaurants, state-owned institutions, and religious buildings.

Some rioters have become quite sophisticated at understanding and withstanding the tactics used by police in such situations. Manuals for successful rioting are available on the internet. These manuals also encourage rioters to get the press involved, as there is more safety with the cameras rolling. There is also more attention. Citizens with video cameras may also have an effect on both rioters and police.

Dealing with riots is an often difficult task for police departments. Police may also use tear gas and CS gas to stop rioters. In some countries riot police have moved to using less-than-lethal methods to control riots, such as shotguns that fire flexible baton rounds to injure or otherwise incapacitate rioters for easy arrest.

Monday, 14 April 2003



posted by Diogenes

Now that Iraqi's are free from the shackles of the Sadaam regime, its time to throw 'em into the shackles of Christianity. Plans are already underway to add conversion to list of things to bless the Iraqi population with. Because that's what this war on terror needs. A religious element. Anyway, go read this on Salon for the full details of THE PLAN.

Sunday, 13 April 2003



This recently went up on Znet. In this interview, Noam Chomsky discusses the war on Iraq and its motives. Good reading. Be sure to check out the other links on the site- Znet is a wonderful resource for radical politics.


Ever wonder what happens to us lefties and liberals when we die? Not sure if your going up or down? Here's a fun way to find out.