Zombie Drive-by Liberty is earned through eternal vigilance

26Apr/116

El gusano

That the mass media is employed by the sad people of this world is nothing new to the content of this site. How this system of lies and false promises used to work, and still does for some, was by ensuring that the wrong path of least resistance was in full supply. It would draw too much attention to censor everything, and so things slip through that would take root and eventually crack the turd we're meant to worship wide open.

Anyone who's ever drilled a hole knows that if it happens to go off mark for whatever reason, drilling essentially the same hole a few millimetres to one side or at a slightly different angle is not easy since the drill bit will tend to fall into the already defined error. Not impossible is it though, with patience and the correct application of slight force. Clearly, if you've been paying someone else to drill your holes for you, you've missed out on a good opportunity for enlightenment.

And so was our civilisation once impaled by the worm, that bored through our conciousness and pushed its shit out right to where we lived, slept and ate, that there was no place left to run but the inner realms where the answers were waiting all along. The intent was to fill our heads with useless trivia, lies and solutions to problems we didn't have until someone convinced us we did. For those of us who've had its colourful pictures in our faces and in our minds for as long as we can remember, letting go of it is a process. It takes work to prime the old brain again to chew solid foods, so that you can get back your own creative abilities and imagination.

You might as well get mad at the sky for raining than to get angry at the worm for being a worm, or at the creatures that secreted it. In fact, it might be beneficial to thank the worm for fattening itself off of what we apparently didn't need, and for helping us build an immunity to its like. Right before we cast it to the side, and watch what manner of creature comes to eat it.

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  1. I think this is the one you were looking for.

    Sometime around 23 hundred years ago we see in the Mahabharata Yudhishthira has a vision of the age to come: “I see the coming of another age, where barbaric kings rule over a vicious, broken world; where puny, fearful, hard men live tiny lives, white hair at sixteen, copulating with animals, their women perfect whores, making love with greedy mouths. The cows dry, trees stunted, no more flowers, no more purity; ambition, corruption, the age of Kali, the black time”

  2. Sorry mate, a bit late to the party but that was marvellous. That last sentence makes me come over all Salieri. Did you ever see Amadeus? I can’t remember if it was good or not but it certainly had Salieri in it.

    • Thanks, had to get up at 2 in the morning to write it after it popped in pretty much fully formed, unlike the other stuff on here which is a lot more assembled. Haven’t seen that film, though it’s been on my list for a while now.


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