Tagged with war of the words

Sights Never Seen: The NSA Marquee Chronicles

Sights Never Seen: The NSA Marquee Chronicles

As a top-secret spy facility collecting private data from the public at large, the NSA’s Utah Data Center has neither time or need to interact openly with said public. However, most folks don’t know that the center’s welcome sign is actually a marquee that provides a rare glimpse into the mystery-shrouded world of national security. … Continue reading

Black Memecraft Alert – “Sovereign Citizens”

Black Memecraft Alert – “Sovereign Citizens”

So this term surfaced like swamp gas from the murky depths of the national security cesspit, and somewhere in the background a memecraft detector started blinking. It took a while to realize why; only after reading the FBI’s description of “sovereign citizens” did the craft become apparent, and, as agreed, it is presented here disarmed … Continue reading

You Have the Right to Remain Silent

You Have the Right to Remain Silent

Here at HQ we’ve gone all prepper, stocking up on microwave popcorn and non-dairy capuccino mix in order to keep our edge at showtime. The atmosphere is jittery but contained, tempered by weariness and sharpened by wait. Weather conditions are forecast, bathroom breaks programmed and dogs walked under cover of darkness. We expect nothing and … Continue reading

War of the Words: The Phantom Con-Troll Booth

War of the Words: The Phantom Con-Troll Booth

Whoever chose the word “troll” to describe the modern internet plague was definitely a frood who knew where his towel was at. Not only because it captures the spirit of their vicious attacks and gnarly stench, but because trolls have always preyed on those who dared stray from the path. Not in vain are they … Continue reading

Multiculturalism: Black Memecraft Goes Rogue

Multiculturalism: Black Memecraft Goes Rogue

“They were not innocent children, but political activists working for multiculturalism” These words from the confessed murderer of 70+ people in last year’s Norway attacks came as a bit of a WTF to me. I’m not on the cutting edge of modern fascist terminology (heck, I still use “fifth column”), so it was a surprise … Continue reading

The Revolution Will Make You LOL

The Revolution Will Make You LOL

In the timeless metaphor of the illusory nature of consensus reality (aka fairy tale) The Emperor’s New Clothes, the child laughs and exclaims “the emperor is naked!” Andersen’s take-home point in this tale is not about nudity but laughter, because the ruler’s embarrassment is a response to being laughed at, not to being undressed. Before … Continue reading

March Iran False Flag Alert!

March Iran False Flag Alert!

After reading clif high’s dire prediction at the Half Past Human website, I subscribe his manifest to the last word, and like him I vow to make it my life mission bring justice upon the instigators and enablers of this agression –if & when, bob forbid– when possible waiving intermediaries. Selah. But before, there is … Continue reading

SOPA is Piracy

SOPA is Piracy

Today Wednesday the 18th of January 2012 is the internet’s day of virtual protest against the SOPA piracy laws that if approved will be the end of the net as we know it, including this blog and most of the sites that make it something more than another corporate-controlled medium. SOPA is to internet piracy … Continue reading

War of the Words SOS Update: Semper Fi, DARPA?

War of the Words SOS Update: Semper Fi, DARPA?

SOS. This is not a drill. The word war machine continues to push forward into new fronts, looking to command the verbal battlefield by brute force of corporate officers and central processing units. Stand by for incoming State of the Strife (SOS) background information package, over. The War of the Words is not a figure … Continue reading