Friday, September 30, 2005

Hello America!

It was reported in the Washington Times that Alphonso Jackson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, said of New Orleans "it's not going to be as black as it was for a long time, if ever again."

Now how does any one make that kind of comment? I think it's more than racist. I think it's a plan. Watch for the use of emminent domain. The money grubbers will use emminent domain to essentially steal what does not belong to them. You will also witness the destruction of affordable housing so luxury housing can replace it. Rezoning will occur. After all, if another hurricane comes, they'll have insurance and the wherewithal to get out of town. But you can bet your sweet bippy, they'll rebuild those dikes real strong like.

There was a reason Bush acted so slow. This is it. A power grab by money at the expense of the poor. Kompassionate Konservative Krystianity at work!


Blogger Bruce Larson*Moore said...


In 1492 an occupation force set sail, looking for someone to screw,

Under the propaganda guise of explores seeking a land for the free, taking whatever their courts deemed necessary,

Kings in black robes with laws, wielding the power of life and death, High Priest to oppress the masses, in pew after pew, Robber Barons to enslave the people, and fatten them for the slaughter,

In 1492 an occupation force came looking for a place to raise their sheep, to fleece again and again until everything bleeds for the illusion of peace, freedom and security,

Big Oil, Big Government, Big Tobacco, Big Sugar, Big Real Estate, Big Religion, Big Alcohol, Big Agriculture, Big Science, Big Chemical, Big Drug, Big Health, Big Fashion, Big Image, Big Wealth, Big Lies, Big Denial, Big Fear,



(The Realm of Eminent Domain)
United Suites of America

L.ife I.ndulging E.vil S.adistically

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Love*Rulz (Available on DVD ;)

2/10/05 14:36  
Blogger Bruce Larson*Moore said...

Root Beer Float

America the beautiful, is like one huge root beer float, standing in a tall frosted glass its a little hard to see the contents, but the thick white foam which all*ways floats to the top, all*ways looks ever so inviting, ever so fine, and all*ways seems separate from the ice cream and the dark brown fluid below, yet without the vibrant bubbling effervescence of the majority of the drink the white foam would fade into nothing, and the ice cream would have nothing to float upon, for it is the activity of the many which supports the frozen white cream and the rich foam, that by itself is just useless froth.

┬ęBruce Larson*Moore

Love*Rulz - (Available on DVD:)

2/10/05 14:37  

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