Hi, I’m Raghead E. Villdoer, your honest, hardworking, murderous fiendly neighbourhood terrorist. Death to everybody.
Looking at what we’ve done in the years since the 9/11 attacks we see that we as a people have decided to be worse at most everything
Journalism is a tough job. It’s a tough job,when the going gets tough, it’s only the toughest journos, the ones who truly deserve respect, who get going.
Bill The Butcher-Let me say something before I go any further: I told you so.
Jane Stillwater-One gigantic shadow also loomed menacingly over all this frantic neo-colonial scramble for the Middle East: The automobile. Oil.
Bill The Butcher revisits an older poem inspired by the Vietnam War-era protest song, “The Fields of Vietnam.”
Grainne Rhuad- Fear, it’s one of most living beings’ great motivators. It arouses the senses telling us to pay attention, something may be coming, and we may need to act.
Bill The Butcher- If there is a war, how might it go? The way I see it, it depends on the strategy the Americans and their Zionist controllers follow.
W.D.Noble- There are no excuses left. Either you join the revolt taking place…or you stand on the wrong side of history.
Bill The Butcher-Today, Operation Endless War, though ten years old, is far from over. It will continue until the Empire implodes and consumes itself. We’ll still probably see it going on in some form, ten years from now, somewhere in the world. It will not end tomorrow.