United Abominations.

May 29, 2008 at 7:27 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Is blogging warfare? According to the Department of Defense, the answer is “Yes.” See, us independent media types are engaged in Information Operations (IO), formerly known by the less friendly and ambiguous term “Psychological Warfare.” As John Rendon so eloquently put it: “Information is an instrument of national power, just as military, economic and political. Like any weapon or tool, the United States Government needs to use it or cede the ‘battlefield’ to someone else.” Is activism warfare? According to the White House, absolutely. All you non-violent liberal types are engaged in “Low-Intensity Conflict.” Low intensity conflict a political-military confrontation between contending states or groups below conventional war and above the routine, peaceful competition among states. It frequently involves protracted struggles of competing principles and ideologies. Low-intensity conflict ranges from subversion to the use of the armed forces. It is waged by a combination of means, employing political, economic, informational, and military instruments. Low-intensity conflicts are often localized, generally in the Third World, but contain regional and global security implications Are domestic law enforcement operations warfare? It’s an armed conflict, there’s casualties involved, and the parallels between domestic law enforcement and foreign counter-insurgency are striking. Lethal use of force by police is legally justified, but does that nescessarily make it legitimate? (Every non-civilian casualty of war is legally justified, too.) I suspect, but I cannot prove, that human beings can greatly amplify their personal power by aligning their goals and techniques with natural design. By fighting on the side of Life on Earth, we’ve opted for the most powerful available ally on the planet. Advances in human technology are based on principles decoded from nature, and nature remains vastly more sophisticated and robust than existing human technology. Resource shortages are manufactured and wars are not nescessary. However, in 2008 there exists a global power elite — probably less than 100,000 of them altogether — who posses far too much power and abuse it at will. As a result, millions of human beings around the world are suffering on a daily basis. Is that something worth fighting against? Would you term that conflict a “war?” That graffitti basically sums up my outlook for 2008–2012. Communities need to rethink everything and rebuild for a global future — anyone trying to force a top-down solution is either willfully evil or catastrophically stupid. This applies from Al Gore to Vladimir Putin to Hugo Chavez to George Bush: you need to stop looking up to your leaders and start looking around to your neighborhoods. Hey I blog, does that make me a subversive citizen? Will the secret Police be raiding my home in the middle of the night and hauling me off to Guantanamo? Scary huh. http://www.skilluminati.com http://www.myspace.com/azumuthmusic http://www.reverbnation.com/azumuth
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