Two Minutes Hate: Spill, Baby, Spill

Nick Pell at Red Star Times writes:

How many of you have woken up over the last couple weeks and almost immediately thought: damn, the world is in the toilet? Me too. The last month or so has been perhaps one of the most horrible times I have ever experienced, with the beginning of the Iraq War being one of the few things that even comes close.

Whether or not it’s a Chinese curse, the adage about living in “interesting times” becomes more and more apt with each passing week. Despite how awful things are, there seems to be a lingering scent of resistance in the air. I concede that this could entirely be wish-fulfillment and solipsism on my part, but it seems as if things could explode at any second.

Explosions in and of themselves go nowhere, however. A political analysis and direction is necessary to make an explosion travel in the right direction. Here are a few things that could see the world’s underclass blowing up at any second…

Full Article at Red Star Times


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5 Comments on "Two Minutes Hate: Spill, Baby, Spill"

  1. emperorreagan | Jun 4, 2010 at 9:37 pm |

    BP is what happens when you convince a bunch of people that “energy independence” is a good idea.

    A British company drilling offshore on equipment that is certified by a third nation for oil that may or may not eventually be sold in the US.

    It may just be the booze talking, since I'm waiting to go to a dance party, but I fucking hate everyone.

    • tonyviner | Jun 5, 2010 at 3:06 am |

      I'm not sure I like your attitude, mister.

    • Cerebralcaustic | Jun 8, 2010 at 1:06 pm |

      If not for environmental activism, this well might've been drilled closer to land (or even on land) and thus the spill could've been stopped within hours rather than still gushing…

  2. Liquidself | Jun 5, 2010 at 1:28 am |

    Here s an idea: the growing black spillage of oil into the Atlantic ocean represents the world s depression/negative energy realized into a global; non-ignorable scale.

  3. Cerebralcaustic | Jun 8, 2010 at 1:05 pm |

    >How many of you have woken up over the last couple weeks and almost immediately thought: damn, the world is in the toilet? Me too.

    Speak for yourself.

    You're only hoping against hope that the recent tragedies (and they are tragedies, no doubt) will be the spark that *finally* brings about the long-awaited socialist revolution.

    Don't hold your breath. Socialists have been waiting, hoping, praying, and killing in the name of revolution for almost 200 years … but it hasn't happened:

    In their refusal to consider facts contrary to their ideology, socialists are little different from religious true believers who are still awaiting, after 2000 years, the second coming.

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