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(11 comments) SHARE Thursday, November 25, 2021 Cull, Track and Control
For helping Big Pharma to sicken, addict and kill over half a century, Fauci is rewarded with a bigger salary than any US government employee's, including the President's.
(37 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 6, 2021 Killer Cure
Covid is being deployed as a political, economic and biological weapon against as much of humanity as possible. Of course, Americans are also being culled.
(14 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 16, 2021 Mass Death Ahead
Nothing about the Covid vaccine makes sense. If it's so safe, why would thousands of nurses rather lose their jobs than being jabbed? Battling Covid for a year and a half, they should know better than anybody what's what.
SHARE Wednesday, October 6, 2021 Reading Coetzee in Cape Town
For a novel about South Africa, Apartheid, post-Apartheid or just general collapse, Life and Times of Michael K remains, ultimately, too abstract. For something much more grounded, thus more terrifying, we must turn to Disgrace, published 16 years later, when more evidence has been gathered.
(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, September 7, 2021 No Country For White Pussies
From your long balcony, you can scan humping black whales and sunning white babes, as you sip your Columella Red. Allowing yourself a bit of smugness, you congratulate yourself, for just a second, for being no white p*ssy.
(12 comments) SHARE Friday, June 4, 2021 Escape from America: 90 Countries and Counting
Keep in mind, no matter where you travel, you'll always bring yourself along. If you aren't happy in your own head, in your own body, then no amount of wandering will change that.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, January 25, 2021 Buzzed Cairo, Wrecked Alexandria and a Third-Class Train Ride
As an outsider, I have no right to suggest Egypt should be anything but itself, but there's an internal squabble here, with public intellectuals assassinated, and even tourists massacred. There's an element that wants all foreign influences purged.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, January 11, 2021 Unmatched Cairo
Even when badly housed and fed, Egyptians survive, and have done so for longer than just about anybody else. For vast stretches, they've also achieved greatness. Though the evidence may be grimy, corroded, blackened or crumbling, it's more than stupendous enough to awe
SHARE Wednesday, October 7, 2020 Serb Hillbillies, Sandra Afrika and Alexander the Great
Few lives change nearly every other. Plus, overwhelming power awes, mesmerizes and seduces, as long as you're not threatened, that is. Alexander will forever fascinate, as will Quin Shih Huang, Genghis Khan, Charlemagne or Napoleon, etc. AAA males are so rare, how can us tick-like wusses, fearful of our own shadows even, not buckle our knees?
(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, September 29, 2020 Aleksandar of Macedonia
All over the globe, villages like Vladimirovo have been compromised and degraded, if not wiped out completely, but this trend must be reversed if humanity is to have a future. Though it's hard to believe it during this grim and uncertain moment, that's exactly what will happen. Soon.
SHARE Friday, September 18, 2020 Architecture of Cruelty
The 20th century gave us world wars, atomic bombs, gulags, political correctness, napalm, canned music, Barbara Streisand, laugh tracks, American cheese, Israel and the absolutely shittiest, most inhumane architecture ever, and for this, we can thank Walter Gropius, above all.
SHARE Friday, September 4, 2020 Belgraders
The bright bar had people of all ages, plus a lounging dog. The NO SMOKING sign was clearly meant as a joke, for there were ashtrays all over. In the bathroom, there were six poems, pinned to a corkboard. A nine-year-old boy wore a "GOOD VIBES" T-shirt. Here and now, at least, life's normal, and that's more than good enough.
(4 comments) SHARE Monday, August 24, 2020 Heritage is Home
When you're steeped in your own heritage, just about every act has meaning, and for this reason alone, Serbs, Koreans and Vietnamese, etc., will outlast those whose most sacred heroes, symbols and customs have becoming meaningless, if not despised.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 1, 2020 Balkans Ahead!
Bombing Serbia, America gave Russia and China a wakeup call, and forced them towards a new understanding. Everything changed after 1999. Again, this tiny nation played an outsized role in remaking our world. Balkanizing, Americans can look here for warnings and inspiration. Five hundred years from now, a Serbian nation will still exist.
(5 comments) SHARE Saturday, July 18, 2020 Bloodshed, Tyranny and Privation
So Communists are reactionary. Interesting. Their striving for a utopia is a bloody forced march towards a supposed Golden Age. Seen in this light, Pol Pot and Mao sending city folks to primitive farms or even uncleared land makes more sense.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, July 11, 2020 Who Should Be Shot?
American elections are cathartic farces. Drawn out and elaborately staged, they're designed to give false hopes and stoke emotions. With the national mood already so volatile and foul, however, this year's balloting promises to be a horror show. Unable to aim at their oppressors, Americans will be reduced to shooting each other.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, July 3, 2020 Genghis Khan vs. Thomas Jefferson
As much as anyone in history, Thomas Jefferson inspired and challenged us all to rise or fight our way out of such savagery. With unprecedented clarity and poetry, he insisted that freedom is our natural, God-given state.
SHARE Sunday, May 17, 2020 Coronavirus Missives from the US and Vietnam
Encountering bureaucracy anywhere is usually stressful, but thankfully, the process here was quick and straightforward. Koreans know how to be efficient. Buses and trains always run on time, and my dealings with a Busan bank has also been extremely smooth.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 3, 2020 Let It Cull!
Like all those diners hunched over their miserable food, we are basically hoarders, all of us, for we just love to commune with our private pleasures as we withdraw from the world. We've earned these respites from our own suffering, for each of us is short-changed and starving, if only figuratively.
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 15, 2020 Mixok in Laos
North Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh Trails branched into Laos, so the United States dropped a record two million tons of ordnance on this poor country. These included 270 million cluster bombs, of which up to 80 million haven't detonated yet. That's the most tangible of the American legacy here. More abstract and unquantifiable, yet much more explosive, is the dissemination of an increasingly absurd and decadent American culture.