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21 March 2013

Reflection on Ten Years of War


"The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer"
Henry Kissinger

It’s not like we didn’t see this coming,

a President who wasn't ever really elected,

dozens and dozens of civilian planners,

anxious to exorcise the ghosts of Vietnam,

while creating untold wealth for their shareholders,

a war they had been planning for thirty years,

easily facilitated by the most cowardly, self-absorbed, useless Congress in American history

and our low-fat, skinny-jeans, theme-park, artificially-sweetened, completely-complicit, corporate media.

Now we're left with unimaginable loss and endless suffering for so many souls, on so many levels.

For me, the only thing real about the war on terror is the courage of our military men and women.

Twin Towers that fell in perfect harmony with any demolition exhibition,

well-manufactured enemies—someone had to be held accountable.

And billionaires had to be paid.

They demand tribute, amid the fog of war, the largest transfer of wealth in planetary history.

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