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Today we face a politics of ruination and vengeance

Whether it is Bradley Manning, Julian Assange, Brian Terrell, Dorothy Day, or Barack Obama, the populist mob isn't happy until it's cut out your intestines

Remember that during the French Revolution they started killing each other after they finished killing the people they thought they hated

And if I myself stand against this rising tide of vigilante authoritarianism I will only be swept away like a hapless two year-old clambering onto the shore

Never to be seen again
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Stephen Lee Waterhouse lives in Three Corners, Massachusetts and describes himself--tongue-in-cheek--as an anarcho-totalitarian. It is his understanding that he is named after a Christian martyr and a Confederate general. He currently works for (more...)

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