Sunday, August 05, 2007

How scary is anarchism?

Al-Qaeda is more dangerous than ever, say our masters. This, after six years of Homeland Security, the U.S. invasion and demolition of Iraq, and the intrusive Patriot Act.

Despite the watchful eye of the Food and Drug Administration, our spinach, our canned meat, and even our green beans are unsafe to eat. Our pets are even afraid to eat meals.

The Interstate 35W bridge in Minnesota collapses, due in part to the incompetence of the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Despite all of this, I was told by a friend today that the notion of a world without government frightens him. He'd never feel safe, he said.


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At 6:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know, we ought to figure out a way to finance some serious public opinion polling on the topic of anarchism and then work from there, using the results as a baseline to evaluate promotional efforts.

At 7:35 PM, Blogger Mike said...

And the marketing could be built around the logic in this post...brilliant Wally. Throw togetherma few good quality Youtube videos and start some viral marketing.


At 5:16 AM, Blogger jomama said...

Reason is not a factor in a brain
ruled by fear.

Don't waste your time on them.


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