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April 21, 2018 / Fantelius

Energy Crisis of the Flesh

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The greatest and most tragic energy crisis walks, crawls and begs among us.

Humans are the most spectacular and intelligent form of energy available, solar energy in the flesh, the only form of energy capable of diverting humanity from the trail of extinction. These magnificent biological machines processing energy are abused, misused or not used at all while problems grow and spread like naked landfills spitting angry steel and bleeding fire. All this energy, all this intelligent energy capable of making choices and decisions, gifted with the ability to judge right from wrong, and endowed with the talent to love, trudge under clouds on sunny days and twist in dark frustration laced with fearful chills on star-confused nights. Or lay dormant. Or enslaved. Or broken. Or confused in a boat of illusion on a river of tears pouring through the cracks of a seemingly lonely soul.

All this energy, enough to do everything that needs to be done, suffers in obedience to false idols preaching glittering lies and diversions from manicured smiles. This intelligent energy is afflicted with ignorance cultivated with industrial efficiency by titled whores drugged on worthless gifts and junk esteem. This beautiful and graceful energy that can dance from heart to heart and sing smiles on simple gestures limps in clumsy fear injected by greed-diseased powers for the sole reason of maintaining greed-diseased power.

Only the power of all human energy united in harmony in the body of humanity is powerful enough to remedy the ills that threaten us all and turn the earth into a garden of lust for a healthy world of love, justice and the pursuit of happiness.

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”If we listen humbly,
we can hear the power of life
whispering our name
in the call to struggle.”
Dartwill Aquila

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The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

 

April 16, 2018 / Fantelius

Dandelions and Plunder Monkeys

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What a good read I said to myself when I had finished The Dandelion Insurrection by Rivera Sun. And unusual. A delicious story with nourishing political content spiced with distinctive characters and served on beautiful prose. Love, adventure, struggle and thrills. What’s not to like? For an old grassroots political fox such as myself I wasn’t about to allow the sweetness of the fiction seduce my perception of bitter realities.

I wrote to the young Ms. Sun, told her how much I enjoyed her book and questioned what I considered the strategic weakness of the book’s politics. To my surprise, this very busy lady not only replied promptly, but sympathized with my critique and reminded me that The Dandelion Insurrection was merely the first book of a trilogy and implied that the arch of strategy would manifest itself in the coming editions.

The second part of the trilogy, The Roots of Resistance, made its appearance just days after our email exchange. I immediately downloaded an e-book edition that I’ve just finished. Taraxacum officinale! (= dandelion) Forget good read, think great!. This book educates, inspires and humbles. When I had read the 4th chapter I wrote to Rivera and thanked her for the description of John C. Friend, the politician, THE politician exemplifying them all, the servants of the plunder monkeys. I told her that the description of Friend alone was worth the price of the book, not knowing then that the analysis deepened.

Love is woven throughout the book, love as strong as the determination of life, and nonviolence forms a major theme; not the goody-goody kind, the nice, moral or comfortable kind, but courageous nonviolence as a necessity to succeed in the struggle for a better world.

Thanks Rivera Sun, and congratulations to everyone who has the opportunity to hop on the Dandelion Trilogy

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”Never underestimate the power of greed, Charlie. It makes sane men crazy, clear-sighted women blind as bats, and normally smart people idiotic.”

”When the truth is ugly, politeness is just another way of lying.”

”Resistance is more than a battle; it is the indomitable presence of life against forces of destruction.”
from The Roots of Resistance by Rivera Sun

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

April 14, 2018 / Fantelius

Poison Bombs

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”Neither hypocrisy or stupidity is a crime in spite of the deaths they cause. ”
Dartwill Aquila

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

 

April 13, 2018 / Fantelius

Spotlight On the Money Train

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The sun spotlighted the old-weed hat
worn by the mossy rock
and glittered the water
in praise.

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The money train does not go to happiness
despite the stops along the way
offering sugar and glitter as promises
that it will get there.

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Nature doesn’t ask for permission
to please our soul
with beauty.

 

Friday the 13th greetings from Dartwill Aquil

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

 

April 11, 2018 / Fantelius

100% Snipering and 1% Vipering

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Now that the friends of the American government of 1%ers,
in the de facto Israeli-American military outpost,
and piggy bank for the American weapons industry,
are snipering unarmed protesters to death
and maiming an additional dozen for each death,
the American government of 1%ers,
that has troops and mercenaries illegally placed in Syria,
has threatened to go to war with Syria.
The illegal occupiers,
mercenary providers
and notorious liars
claim
without a molecule of proof
outside of their official corporate media sources
(run by 1%ers),
that the Syrians are killing Syrians with poison gas.
The murdering snipers?
They will be deployed to Syria
to help the American government of 1%ers
perform their standard performance,
kill Syrians to save them from Syria,
just as they have done in Vietnam,
Cambodia,
Nicaragua,
Afghanistan,
Iraq,
Libya
and any other country the 1%
have judged worthy to be bombed into salvation.

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”Sticks and stones can brake your bones,
but words can break your mind
and make you talk through your behind.”
Dartwill Aquila

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

April 9, 2018 / Fantelius

A Speck of Me and All of We

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Detail of old graffiti

It’s a complicated world,
so much is happening.
I’m torn, damaged,
yellow with fear
and try to stare straight ahead.
I trust my smart phone,
suspect dumb people,
and never suspect that my phone isn’t smart
merely obedient
and that I myself are more obedient than smart
because people aren’t so dumb
just frightened and obedient
like me.
Me!
I don’t really stare straight ahead.
How can I when I’m always looking at me?
Me!
There’s something comforting about me
even though it’s torn, damaged
and yellow with fear,
too obedient to doubt what it’s told,
too frightened to see
the world isn’t so complicated
if I stop thinking of me
and see that what’s happening
is not only happening to me,
but happening to WE.

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”Graffiti: Color and fury signifying something
about frustrated creativity.”
Dartwill Aquila

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

 

April 5, 2018 / Fantelius

The Glass Zoo

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I think of the tears of the Palestinians crying for their dead and maimed loved ones? Anger and fear robs me of sleep and contaminates my consciousness; anger at the murdering monsters and their psyociopathic cheerleaders, and fear at witnessing the depths of depravity to which Homo sapiens can sink.

I flee from my frustration at not being able to stop the barbarity by fantasizing on a time when the criminals are brought to justice. They will undoubtedly be found guilty of crimes against humanity. But how should we deal with them? I’m against capital punishment, but I’m also a democracy fundamentalist. Should the majority of people decide to hang these diseased, decadent, depraved, deranged and demented disciples of the devil*, I’d make no attempt to remove the noose from their necks. (*Sorry, that just ran out of me.)
I’m also against torture and simply sending them to prison seems terribly inadequate.
I’ve contemplated many ways of dealing with this problem (many of which I’m ashamed to have even thought of) until I found a solution that seems reasonable. A glass zoo.

These human-like creatures should be housed in a glass zoo. They should be naked because they’ve behaved worse than animals, lied and kept so many secrets from the public, that they should be viewed as transparently and honestly as possible. Here they are. Regard!

The temperature in their confinement should be comfortable and they should receive a nourishing diet and have equipment to exercise. That’s it. They obviously can’t understand simple human communication, so books and electronic media need not disturb their warped minds.

The zoo would be very large to house all the criminals, but that shouldn’t be a problem. Tourists flocking from all over the world require a large area. Restaurants, picnic areas, gift shops, museums and other attractions would supplement the glass confinements. Information about each prisoner would be available to any handheld device. The visitors could learn about what fine schools they attended, the prestigious titles they wore, the high positions they held, awards they received and the wealth they possessed. Against these facts quotations could illustrate their profound stupidity, vile lies and blatant hypocrisy.

Surely these beasts belong to a species headed for extinction. The zoo would have to be transformed into something beneficial to the people in pace with the inmates’ natural deaths.

Crazy idea? Perhaps. But fantasizing about the glass zoo gives me temporary relief from the present atrocities being caused by the eventual inhabitants.

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”If the Statue of Liberty could cry, Manhattan would be flooded.”
Dartwill Aquila

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.