The Return Of Conspiracy Theory Friday (I swear I started writing this on Friday)


I hear that doctors are hard at work trying to resurrect the guy who flew his plane into the IRS building in Texas so he can deliver a formal televised apology.

I honestly don’t know the guy’s name, and I’m not gonna bother looking it up.  It doesn’t really matter, and the point is that he represents a lot more of us than the mainstream media would have us believe.  It’s a lot easier to call him a lone kook, or to parade expert after expert to discuss whether Tiger seemed sincere in his prepared statement, than to open a real dialogue about how our government has just kept pushing and taking and screwing and everything else but representing.

For years the state-run media has been complicit in the government’s divide-and-conquer strategy of governing and taxation.  We are constantly distracted by non-news stories that leave us scratching our heads while Uncle Sam reaches deeper and deeper into our pockets.  I’m becoming increasingly convinced that racism is perpetuated by our leaders (just the fact that we refer to them as our  leaders demonstrates the level of brainwashing we’ve undergone) to keep us all from getting together and discussing how much they are fucking us.  It’s a hell of a lot easier to control smaller groups of people than 300 million.

Look at the Women’s Liberation Movement for a moment.  Boy the government could have theoretically doubled their tax revenues if only they could have found a way to lure women into the work-force in droves.  But how?  Maybe they could convince a handful of women that men were keeping them down — keeping them at home, then use the press to reach more women until it blossomed into a full-fledged movement.  I’m not saying that’s the way it went down, but it’s worth questioning.  It merits a discussion.

For every indiscretion and ulterior motive that we discover, how many remain hidden?  How many actions have been taken “for our own good” that we have yet to learn about?

Lest anyone think I am calling the guy who flew his plane into the IRS building a hero, I am not.  But his action deserves far more attention from the mainstream media than Tiger Woods’ bullshit apology.

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One Response to “The Return Of Conspiracy Theory Friday (I swear I started writing this on Friday)”

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