Tears of a Warrior

Since at least one of these authors was quoted out of context in a recent G&R piece, I present for your reading pleasure and edification:

Response to “strong toward the powerful”

Leading from Behind


and finally, A Warrior’s Pants-Wetting.

Good reading, folks.






Posted on May 9, 2016, in community, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Well, if your group as well as yourself is telling everyone that is a Polytheist, etc is due for a reckoning, and exhort violent discourse, you should expect a reaction. People and physics do not operate in vacuums – for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you are hell bent on tearing stuff down and lecturing to the rest of us on how “evil and racist” we are, expect that we will respond in kind. I would say that Mr. Thompson either doesn’t prepare well or plan well or simply discounted that the rest of us would react in some sort of way.

    Personally, if you are going to talk the talk, walk the walk as well. My family blew stuff up and was hunted by the government because they blew up mines and factories. They didn’t wine about the evil FBI, they hid, and kept blowing stuff up. And they all died in their beds of old age. It was hell on the rest of us who were innocent.

    If you want a rational discourse on Marxist theory and how to really bring down the system, read Max Keiser of the Keiser Report.


    His topic last week was: We discuss the democratic elections not leading to freedom – in fact, often resulting in the tyranny of unbreakable contracts, trade deals or allegedly money-saving outsourcing deals. In the second half, we discuss “suspicious trades” and revolving doors paving the way for a Donald Trump victory as voters reject fraudulent wealth accumulation.

    Read more at http://www.maxkeiser.com/#S4iHika0qiLEXQs9.99

    We discuss the shiny new collective living which is sold to the declining income residents by recycling the same old propaganda slogans and images from the past. In the second half Max interviews Dr. Michael Hudson, author of Killing the Host, about the earnings laundering purpose of Panama and how that relates to the long-forgotten revelations of the #PanamaPapers.
    Read more at http://www.maxkeiser.com/#S4iHika0qiLEXQs9.99

    As you can see, the man is learned in things financial and economic. He speaks in plain language as to how to understand what is happening and how to deal with it.

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