How goes the revolution?

statusQUObama’s three biggest lies:
  1. hope
  2. change
  3. responsibility

Here’s a suggestion for real hope, change and responsibility:

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Well Cricketeers, it has been a while since the crickets and I have posted here. We have been busy elsewhere. But the time has come to get some things straight.

The overall claim by reformers is that by informing the populace. A grand fantasy coalition will be formed and change will then magically come. That’s like saying that if you get enough horses together, eventually one mare will give birth to a unicorn.

This has been the reformers claim for decades. It has been tried and it has failed. Even when such a broad coalition is formed, such as the antiwar movement of the early 21st century. The power elite find a way to fracture it, such as making statusQUObama the peace prez. Or when occupy had it’s heyday, poLICE action crushed it.


The revolt must start with small independent groups taking action, not with an organization into a larger group. Such actions must cost the power elite economically or socially. That is, cost them money and lower their profits and/or remove the air of invincibility from them.

The Telepathic Crickets™ on the ClapSotronics editorial board and I want you to understand that this will not happen by writing books, letters, or carrying signs. This will not happen at the voting booth. It must happen in the streets and it is necessary to use chaos as a weapon. The power elite must control in order to stay in power. We must break their ability to control in order to remove them from power…

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It’s high time the winter of our discontent
become the not so silent spring of ACTION!

~ by ClapSo on March 1, 2013.

2 Responses to “How goes the revolution?”

  1. “We’ve been busy elsewhere.” I can’t talk. as 3 blogs have bit the dust now – but I still have no clue where to find you. Opit

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