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Monday, June 15, 2009

Fudd Nation

American Scofflaw

If I was an oligarch and I wanted to buy my spoiled little shit of a son a toy that would make him laugh and laugh for hours, I'd buy him a middle-class American. Because Americans are funny the way all dupes and chumps are funny.

You can trick today's Americans time and again, and they always fall for it. And when you trick them, they stomp around dramatically and make a lot of blustery noise about "the people" who allegedly "aren't going to stand much more of this" because "our founding forefathers bla bla bla" and of course the ol' "you can fool some of the people some of the time, buttcha can't fool bla bla bla..."

Basically, if you've seen your Elmer Fudd, then you've seen your American sucker in all of his cartoon comic-foil glory: a sentimental buffoon, a harmless chump whose guns don't fool anyone but himself.

Every day, Americans play the role of Elmer Fudd to the oligarchy's Bugs Bunny--if you look at it from the oligarchy's point of view, at least.

this dumbing-down of American kids is deliberate.

If you have masses of people who can't think critically, can't see beyond the latest fashion trends, and for whom consumption trumps substance every time, you have a population willing to believe everything the government tells them.

This includes the government's reasons for wars without end, massive taxes which never come back to as services to the citizens who pay them, and cuts in services for the most fragile and at risk; infants, children, and the medically fragile elderly.

A population like this is any politician's (and government's) wet dream.

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