00h UTC; THURSDAY, 16 AUGUST 2012: As you "morally superior" American readers may have heard, an attempt was made to shoot up the Washington offices of the so-called "Family Research Council" this morning, but was thwarted by a security officer.

Which has Your Correspondent wondering if the whole was actually an FRC setup, engineered all along to look like a "false flag" attack which could then be exploited by their Elmer Gantryite prolefeed drookies wholesale for prolefeed purposes most crude and disgusting, rivalled only by the "written-so-you-can-understand-it" school of anti-Semitism practiced back in Nazi Germany by Julius Streicher's weekly tabloid gazetta Der Sturmer (as had the nerve to call themselves "Germany's Weekly Newspaper in the Fight for Truth" on its nameplate, only to proclaim on the bottom of its front page "The Jew is Our Misfortune!").

In any case, such a likelihood will want to be worth investigating.


So how much longer before some "Tea Party" types start pushing a Taxpayer Lawsuit seeking a Declaration of Fiscal and Moral Bankruptcy against the Postal Service, the intent all along (and which is guaranteed to have the whole dismissed as frivolous, vexatious or otherwise tortious) being to establish as legal doctrine the Grand Delusion among "Tea Party" and suchlike "Patriot" types holding that the defence of ekonomesie vryheid met Amerikaanse eienskappe is the same as that of Our National Character and Identity as a Sovereign Peculiar Among the Nations (all the while seeking to use "nation" and its variants in the conflated context implied in the White Nationalist acronym ORION, as in "Our Race Is Our Nation")?


Unlikely possibility, but interesting enow to ponder nonetheless: Videlicet, that the Afrikaner Nationalist agenda as seems to be the (howbeit unwitting) model for the super-secret Romney/Ryan Agenda for Socioeconomic Rescue of Our Dear Lovely Nation, calling as it did for "sovereignty in our own sphere" (i.e., insisting that the Afrikaner be entitled to exercise his natural right to self-determination, as in being allowed to establish within its own "group area," as it were, its own business, industrial, educational, political and cultural institutions) being in a way Ayn Randite (i.e., insisting that the Afrikaner, as a collective whole in form of a Volk, is entitled to be the "master of his own house").


Why President Obama needs to be held harmless and blameless for the recent increases in gas prices, for starters: The Chevron refinery in Richmond, California (over in the East Bay), as saw two recent explosions and fires with significant injuries and damage, has been odeclared a Hazardous Worksite by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) per preliminary enquiries into the nature and cause therefor.

And which, in any case, translates into higher fuel prices on the West Coast for the time being.


So much for Mitt Romney's crack about "you can't put a windmill on top of a car" to reinforce maintaining a status quo for traditional petroleum-based energy policies as reek of Fascism: A Chinese farmer has reportedly developed an electric auto which relies on a front-mounted wind turbine to generate electricity for to so power.

And it's my understanding that the Chinese were constructing crude three-wheeled wagons, using sails for propulsion, as early as the 16th century. (Readers having further information to enlighten Your Correspondent can leave details in the comments section.)


So the "Tea Party" agenda insists on an essentially "people-first" model of socioeconomic policy to empower the Lower Classes socioeconomically--so long as ekononesie vryheid, &c., was the fountainhead and cornerstone therefor "in line with established AmeriKKKan experience and conditions."

Haven't they actually heard of cooperative business models, which are essentially "people-first" in their structure and organisation, business ideal even? (Not to mention wholly voluntary, returning any surpluses back to its member/owners.)

Are they not aware that cooperatives actually helped farmers get better prices for their crops and improved the quality of the cheese and butter as made Wisconsin "America's Dairyland" in its day, in its turn attracting better markets and pricing?

Are they not aware that cooperatives made affordable electric power and telephonic service available all the more to this same "REAL AmeriKKKa" they idolise and revere as the Arcadia as will Save Our Dear Lovely Nation from Itself? (In fact, many rural areas were able to get telephone service only because of their establishing cooperatives, challenging the Bell System's notion that rural areas were "unprofitable" to serve.)

Are they not aware that cooperatives are some of the largest life, casualty, property and motor insurers in some parts of the country? (Or that the oldest crop-insurance company, Farmer's Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa, is a cooperative?)

So what exactly is the matter with the "Tea Party" in failing to recognise that cooperatives and cooperativism can coexist with their ideal of Reclaiming AmeriKKKa From Herself, preferably according to the doctrine they cherish as is encapsulated in the Afrikaans expression 'n volk red homself ("a people rescuing itself")?

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