The siege vs the purge


This is a clip from a 1998 movie of so called terrorism that eventually led to the suspension of all citizens rights under the guise of emergancy measures.

It’s a theme that has run in numerous movies, publications political coffee and whiskey breaks, as well as barber shops for as long as the idea has been around. Its appears that amurdikkka is more concerned with trampling human rights than uplifting human condition from disparity to real equality. But are we suprised? Look around your country side and urban areas. What do you see?

Nation with Crumbling Bridges and Roads Excited to Build Giant Wall

The above article was posted in the New Yorker, by one Andy Borowitz in August of 2015.  Donald Trumps Holy Grail of building a wall to “keep” illegal immigrants from Mexico out of the country is a thing of fiction akin to that old dude, Don Quixote, attacking a windmill, because he thought it was a giant.

The highly accepted movie, The Purge, is a so-called dystopian based reimagined ( or actualized) of an amurdikkklan movie where the amendment had established a 12-hour event known as “The Purge”, which would take place from 7:00 in the evening of March 21 to 7:00 in the morning of March 22, wherein all crime including murder becomes legal.

Both Don Quixote and Donald Trumps imaginary giants, and the purge, are a dissecting of an even earlier (1981) not so far-fetched movie called escape from New York, where that city was turned into a giant prison after losing a war with Russia.

Soon after Escape from New York was filmed, a 1984, document was put together by the United States dictators called Rex 84. Rex 84, short for Readiness Exercise 1984, was a declassified scenario and drill developed by the United States federal government to detain large numbers of United States citizens deemed to be “national security threats”, in the event that the President declared a “National Emergency”.

Now I know the intelligent ones are not surprised where I am going with this. And I know you are even less suprised at what’s happening across amurdikkka. Disappointed? Frustrated? Feeling impotent? Not if you are an Afurakan with your third eye opened.

Amurdikkka is like a house on fire and intelligent people should be praying for strong winds…even blowing at the fire ourselves, because the shit hole country needs a giant enema. Water is a corrosive element and so is fire. Either will do against the presence of yurugu right now. As amurdikkka turns, so the world turns. An unfortunate reality until the fire next time or a great big flood this time.

Babylon your queen dumb is falling. The Babylonian Empire, ancient Greece, Rome, the Brutish Empire, even the Soviet Union. Great empires fall from inner rot. And so will this one.  Its inevitable. We have seen the signs but are losing out hope for a softer fall. There is no softer fall. Get over it. Better still  start preparing for that eventuality.

7 thoughts on “The siege vs the purge

      1. It kills me that there are still tons and tons of us who are sleep. Post like this go over most purples heads. I’m saying that because I try to have this type of conversation with people and the brain deads’ brain immediately flips off. And wants to talk to me about R. Kelly or some other nonsense, unimportant trash.
        I wish I could post pictures in comments. If you Google the original die hard movie. Look carefully at the cover. It has a building that looks like two buildings (Twin Towers) that are in flames. With a helicopter running into them. And of course only one of Bruce Willis’s eyes are showing. Symbolism. But guess what the movie is about. Terrorism.. Of course. Get this the movie came out in 1988.

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