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 There was not enough violence in Genoa

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Jul 23, 2001
On Friday, July 21st, our cause gained its first martyr - Carlo Giuliani - and reached a dramatic turning point in the battle against capitalist oppression. We have them on the run, and the WTO leaders are now considering holding their illegal meetings in smaller, more remote areas to avoid the conflict that we have subjected them to so far. But we have not done enough. With the death of our Italian comrade we have now fully joined in battle, yet we must not rest on our laurels. Our campaign of rioting and direct clashing with armed military must be stepped up if we are to succeed.

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All those who advocate peaceful methods of protest are ignoring one key fact of the anti-globalization fight: If it were not for the violence, our cause would recieve no coverage in the government-controlled main stream press. If we are not prepared to engage in outright war then we have no hope of ending the moral, environmental, and economic terrorism being practiced by evil, global corporations such as Nike, Starbucks, and Ben & Jerry's.

We must remember that we are not dealing with reasonable, elected officials. Those who run the WTO are the leaders of a masss global conspiracy who's long-term goal is nothing less than the enslavement of the entire world's population by economic means. This calls for drastic methods on our part. Hurling firebombs at sinister, brainwashed policemen and throwing bricks through the windows of small shops is just the start of how we will fight. I do not think it is at all unreasonable to utilise well-placed snipers and car bombs for future protests.

If you are not yet convinced of the serious nature of who we are up against, consider the supposed topic of this most recent meeting. The world "leaders" (ie: puppets of big business) are currently pooling money to supposedly fight malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS. And what will their "solution" be? Vaccines for the world's population, of course. Vaccines developed by global drug companies, ostensibly deployed to "cure" us of diseases that were in fact created by those same companies.

The biggest world health threat right now is AIDS, but guess which country Genoa is in? That's right, Italy. And who else is in Italy? The Vatican, of course! Yes, the same shadowy Papacy that has practically been proven to have orchestrated the AIDS hoax as a human enforcement of god's hatred towards homosexuals is located only a short distance away from where this meeting was held. If that "coincidence" does not send chills down your spine then you have already been mentally corrupted by their programs.

And that is not all. The city of Genoa is well known for one particular food product - Genoa Salami. Even if you discount the fact that salami is a murderous meat product, you must question the timing of holding a pro-global domination meeting in a city synonymous with unidentifiable animal flesh. I ask you this: What has happened with the carcasses of all the slaughtered animals inflicted with Mad Cow Disease? Furthermore, what caused Mad Cow Disease in the first place? The truth may be hard to accept, but it is unavoidable when you put together all the facts.

What we essentially have is a greedy junta, consisting of politicians controlled by the world's drug companies, meeting under the careful watch of the Vatican in a city actively exporting the rendered flesh of diseased animals, and their stated goal is to inject 3rd world populations with some experimental concoctions, supposedly to protect us from the viruses spread by tainted meat, but which are clearly intended to turn us into consumerist zombies. This is no time to be pussy-footing around with civil disobedience and passive protests. I fear war as much as the next man, but nevertheless the time has come for armed resistance to these monsters and their schemes.

My only regret is that I have been unable to take part in these protests myself due to the cost of traveling to Europe. But I assure you all that I am more than willing to do my part in this conflict, and should there ever be a meeting of the WTO or G8 in the greater Scranton, PA metropolitan region I will be there by your sides, fighting against the greatest evil our world has ever known.


Is this ment to be serious? (none / 0) (#9)
by Anonymous Reader on Wed Jul 25th, 2001 at 09:15:55 PM PST
There are major real issues to deal with in terms of globalization but this article smacks of satire. If you're trying to be humorous then it isn't funny, if you're trying to be serious, then i think you need to a little more reading and calm down. Anybody who thinks it's a good thing that carlo got killed is deulded or sick.

huh? (5.00 / 1) (#10)
by shren on Thu Jul 26th, 2001 at 02:07:01 PM PST
Isn't everything here satire?

Good Show (none / 0) (#11)
by Anonymous Reader on Tue Aug 28th, 2001 at 05:26:11 PM PST
I also think that there should be more violence. Were I to be put in charge I wouldn't stop without first getting tactical on that miserable communist/anarchist/idiotic mob, mowing them down with machine guns and small arms fire since the terrain did not allow for tactical nukes, regretably.

Are you all out of your mind ? These people are the scum of the sixties all over again, and that drug adict anarchistic freak should have been shot the day he was born.

I allmost pissed myself laughing when they run him over. Nothing like some light comedy, I thought, to lighten the mood.

Fucking pinkos!


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