Posts Tagged ‘march’

Occupy My Rats

December 1st, 2011 No comments


I found this poem on the same website that I found the Kim Kardashian portrait  I posted earlier.  It is a lefty, revolutionary, “activist” site which in my opinion seems to be a clearinghouse for disturbed thought (except for that Kardashian thing – that was right on the money). 

Case in point – this poem called March of the Rats by H M Bascom (who also happens to be “Party Member #1930″ -  talk about rats).  Obviously, too much “Willard.”

From The Activists

March of the Rats

by H M Bascom

Fat Rats with flesh between their yellow teeth
Spread the virus foul to extend their reach
Flea bitten rodents fear the light of day
A pox infected vermin stowaway

A fine line drawn straight between Hell and Earth
As Mother consumes young and afterbirth
The Father prances proud on arid sands
Directing a cappella all Rat bands

They stalked and trapped the prey their Owner sought
Identified their victims by their Thought
Groveling servant Rats brought home the prize
And looked up to their Master’s rheumy eyes

Line up you Rats and take your rightful place
Among the fools the wicked and debased
March to the tune banged out on flesh drumheads
Mark the cadence with bone sticks of the dead

The land laid waste by Rat boots on the ground
The Master Rat hides safe in his compound
Contentious seeds of bramble bushes sown
What They did in secret now all is known

March on proud Rats parade around the square
Until the day you’re caught by your own snare
The Master then will dine on your gray flesh
Replacement Rats are playing in the creche


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Sean Penn Goes To Egypt

September 30th, 2011 1 comment



Always helpful in any crisis, actor Sean Penn has set sail for Egypt  to help restore the country’s image as a safe place to be.


U.S. actor Sean Penn joined thousands of Egyptian activists who packed downtown Cairo on Friday demanding that military rulers speed up the transfer of power to civilians and end emergency laws once used by Hosni Mubarak against his opponents.

Penn, holding an Egyptian flag, walked with Egyptian actor Khaled el-Nabawi in Tahrir Square, where Egyptians demonstrated in what they dubbed as “Reclaiming the Revolution” day amid growing discontent over the way military rulers had managed the transitional period.

“The world is inspired by the call for freedom by the courageous revolution of Egypt for its freedom,” Penn said in remarks carried by Al-Ahram newspaper’s online page.   “Clearly that is not a completion overnight, there are still struggles forward, there are constitutional issues, there is… a transition of power from the military to the people,” he added.

Nabawi said he had invited the Oscar-winning Penn to visit Egypt as part of efforts to demonstrate that Egypt was a safe place to visit despite the uprising. “We want to show that Egypt is safe,” Nabawi said.

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I don’t care what Sean Penn says, I’m still not going.