seems like you guys took the statement out of context.
Tell me how my statement ENDORSES blowing up gas stations?
Tell me how my statement said that blowing up gas stations would be productive or progressive.
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The point is NOT that blowing up gas stations would do anything productive. It is that people react to adversity, be it productively or nonproductively.
Instead of the masses doing things such as Glenville riots and Boston Tea Party and marching on DC with torches and firebombs, they feed these type scenarios in your face.
These type stories are opiates.
These type stories are distractions and digressions.
As long as you don't have bloodthirst for oil company CEO's. As long as you ain't standing in front of Exxon-Mobil headquarters with nooses demanding heads, just like they demanded Marie Antoinette's and Saddam Hussein's. Instead, they serve up this Octuplet mother for you to tsk tsk and shake your heads about. Here folks are more worried about how much this one lady is costing taxpayers but nothing is said about the cost of this stupid war. Here folks are losing their lifestyles and we supposed to be happy because of some $13 per paycheck stimulus BS.
$13...again, no mystery. Go ahead and play dumb and naive.
Just like this freakin president/messiah of yall's who ain't doing nothing but continuing Bush's garbage but with everyone having newspaper clippings of "keeping America's promise and a smiling Michele on their walls.
The whole agenda is to subdue the masses...and it is working.
They tarred and feathered the British aristocrats for less. And ones are just nice and pacified by their little electronic games and toys.
THEY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING!!!
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