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dasSuiGeneris

Joined July 2010

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We are all robots… and we obey the Corporate Sponsors. Here is an example of our “papa’s” instructions, in the form of a calling card. We are drawn in by the soothing sign of universality and standardization, traits of a mechanized death-factory geared toward the dualistic goals of species-exploitation and humanoid-expansion. Why?

Food is sickening… it makes me sick. The thought of what we allow corporations to put into the food that we in turn put into our bodies says a lot about the human race. We can not think and do for ourselves, so we pay McGovernments to do it for us.

Dissidents have it tough sometimes, for it can be hard to always forge ahead in an ever-consumed populous bent on eliminating free-thought and self-preservation. Sure, lots of planning and diligence sure helps one to avoid becoming the walking tombstones of our fellow sub-species, but in today’s world, our choices are becoming ever more limited and very narrow.

Sometimes, when I find myself in a situation that requires ingestion, I either wait until I get home (shakiness can be fun!) or I try to maintain with coffee. Often I will pop into a grocery store and procure a jar of peanut butter and some fruit. Water is a great maintainer as well, provided that home isn’t too awful far away.

It’s just too bad that in today’s world, we are limited as to what we have time to accomplish. I recently visited a very rural part of the country, where much of my family was born. The realities of such an existence revolved around self-sufficiency because that was just the way it was. No jobs = raise food in order to survive, and raise crops in order to provide the funds for what couldn’t be grown. Not very many folks live like that anymore, but just seventy years ago that is just the way it was.

Today, we are paid to work for the corporations that create the food that sustains us, in order that we might be able to purchase the food from the corporations that create the food that we eat that sustains us, so that the corporations might be able to create the food that is eaten by the workers that work for the corporations that pay the workers that buy the food that sustains them, so that the workers might create more little consumers that might be held in the bondage that unites the world that is fed by the corporations that control the world in which we live, so that the people might become the submissive little robots that will relinquish our freedoms which the world allows us.

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