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Bother Some

November 30, 2018



Not at all



I’m bothered by it


Lot of good that does



What got dismembered first

Khashogghi………or the truth



Unfortunately his death is

Being used as a focused distraction

From all of the “sources”

Steering attention away from

The broader picture which is

The mirror we’re afraid to look at

Like those “trick” infinity mirrors

It goes on forever

Yet has no depth


As much as I like or

As easy as it is

To pick on 45

It would be a no win


For anyone in that position


(Seeing as how we pretend

To elect artificial leaders

‘Stead of conjuring up

Enlightened Masters

To show us the way)

(Shit, now I’m distracted)



Yet, denying is probably

The weakest strategy

Almost makes him look guilty

Based on all the other dismissals

Too numerous to mention

Save for this short list of

Taxes, collusion, Stormy Daniels

Deny, deny, deny


Unless of course one follows

The leader’s ludicrous logic

Utilizing implausible deniability

That some prince ordered it

Could have been anyone

Jhina, Russia, or a guy on his couch

Unfortunately it doesn’t matter



(Well, it mattered to Khashogghi

And his family, safe to assume)



We’ve got some shit to sell

Like wmd’s, keeping the greased

Military Industrial Complex

Churning out toys of death

Mass murder and genocide




Because it puts food on the table

Lots of tables

From the ore digger

To the steel and aluminum

Smelter employees

The bolt and nut makers

The glass makers

The tire makers

The road pavers

The truck drivers

The bean counters

The tax collectors

The lawyers

The bankers

The waiters

The farmers

The pilots

The salespeople

The brokers


Technically that makes us all

Unindicted coconspirators


*Nietzsche was right

A majority of the collective

Is enjoying their

“Herd Morality”


Kind of like how we turned our

Blind eyes away from Dubya’s

Illegal and personally profitable

Iraq war, knowing it wasn’t them

Accepting their befuddled logic

Cause they beat it like a drum

As water dropped incessantly

Dripping rhythmically on our

Forehead blurring our third eye

No one is pointing fingers

I am guilty too

Conceptually I was against it

But did nothing to stop it

Kept paying my taxes for it

Led no protests against it

And no way

No how

Did I want to pay

$6.00 a gallon for gasoline

So I turned my

Dichotomous dial

To zero and

Went on my merry way



Think about it



Would anything different

Have happened if 45

Or 44, 43, 42, 41 even 39

Took to the podium and

Declared that the

CIA, FBI, ATF, etc…

Investigated the matter

With verifiable proof

The Prince is responsible

However it is out of

Our jurisdiction


It is simply a matter of

They would like to keep

Purchasing planes and

Weapons, bombs and missiles

That they may have as much fun

Playing with their toys

In the sand as we did



At least then we could examine it

In a slide under a high power microscope

Understand it simply and either

Accept it or change it

Instead of deciphering all of the

Orwellian coded economic language

Through every administration

Meandering down the primrose path

Of gradually descending annihilation

And if it didn’t before now

Bother anyone

It should at least

Bother Some





*(Most people do not question why things are considered morally good or evil, rather uncritically, and largely unconsciously, they adopt the “value judgments of good and evil” dominant within their society.

For the past 2000 years, the dominant morality in the West, according to Nietzsche, has been an “anti-natural” morality, which, in his words, turns “against the instincts of life”.

Nietzsche foresaw this morality as reigning over the Western world for the foreseeable future, and was to him “the danger of dangers” – a morality in which all individuals, even those with the potential to rise above the mediocre mass, are pressured into becoming)

“a smaller, almost ridiculous type, a herd animal, something eager to please, sickly, and mediocre.”

– Nietzsche (Beyond Good and Evil)




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