The Obsolete man
An excellent “Twilight Zone” episode called “The obsolete man”.
Who is the strongest? The individual or the state?
Names flashed into my mind watching this. Such as Tony Blair, Cameron, Obama, Rothschild and Rockefeller and all the rest you can imagine yourself. All the state actors and all their little minions who consider themselves “great” while they too, one day, wither and die. And you wonder, how would they deal with the tables being turned on them? They would soil themselves. They would beg for mercy. They would crawl like the little, pathetic worms they are and their weakness would manifest itself if they were removed from their protective cocoon which is the state apparatus.
They have wealth yes but not one of them – not one – has integrity, strength of conviction, morality or even a fixed ideology. They are empty vessels with no innate, individual capability. Everything they have has been provided to them by the state because they’re willing to do as the state wishes. But I’ve always said that when the state has no more use for Blair or any one of them, the state will hang them out to dry. Even if this state continues and achieves its world order, I only hope for one thing: That I live long enough to see a Blair or a Clarke, Cameron or Bush or Obama be hung out to dry by the very state they served. Now that would be worthwhile hanging around for.
An assassination of one of them would be fun too but not nearly as fun as seeing their beloved state hang them. 🙂