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Give Tubularsock a break! All of these fucking progressives running their hypocritical bull shit about non-violence and all that shit while the black communities have been having to deal with these fucking murderous motherfucking cops every day. Non-violence my ass! Tell that to the cops.

It’s these same progressive asshole that still back Step-An-Fetch-It Obummer as he keeps ass fucking America.   And they’ll swing over to Hillary and her same corporate ass fucking ways. They seem to like it!

No this is not a time for non-violence. This is a time to come out in force and threaten the power structure. It’s the only thing they really understand. You have to become so unpredictable and dangerous that EVERY TIME a person is shot and killed or beaten to death by the cops, the city irrupts.

That is the only thing that gets their attention is when they have to call out the National Guard.

When that happens the protestors need to back off and wait until all is calm and as soon as they leave create havoc again. And just follow this pattern until the cities and the cops involved have to change their behavior or commerce is interrupted.

You don’t have to burn thing down. Ok, maybe a few cop cars for the drama of it but the real power is shutting down commerce and that can be done by causing enough disruption that people stop shopping out of inconvenience.

And remember, you’re out gunned. So the confrontations have to be city wide with small disruptive tactics all over the city at the same time. Do you think the Viet-Cong guerrillas won over the American forces because they faced them off? No, it was because they used tactics that appeared and disappeared EVERYWHERE!

When you meet a superior force, dissolve and reconfigure elsewhere. This is a continuous activity. And can go on for months.

The cops are killing people everyday. And it’s the black population that is taking the heat. So ask that question again …… “Why are they burning down their city?” GET REAL! They don’t own it.

But the trick is continual struggle and disruption over an entire city not just in the neighborhood. That becomes scary and forces change to happen because the bottom line in our society is profit and if that starts to take a hit change will occur because it becomes too expensive for the system NOT to change. They sure won’t do it because they give a shit about YOU!







  1. talesfromtheconspiratum says:

    Americans seem to forget that their founding fathers were radical revolutionaries; that America was built on violence, revolts, riots, and uprisings. This non violent hypocrisy is sickening. Tell that to the families of the victims.

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  2. Thank you for this one Tubularsock! And I heartily concur!

    Even the son of the Baltimore Orioles team owner had this to say!

    That said, my greater source of personal concern, outrage and sympathy beyond this particular case is focused neither upon one night’s property damage nor upon the acts, but is focused rather upon the past four-decade period during which an American political elite have shipped middle class and working class jobs away from Baltimore and cities and towns around the U.S. to third-world dictatorships like China and others, plunged tens of millions of good hard-working Americans into economic devastation, and then followed that action around the nation by diminishing every American’s civil rights protections in order to control an unfairly impoverished population living under an ever-declining standard of living and suffering at the butt end of an ever-more militarized and aggressive surveillance state.

    “The innocent working families of all backgrounds whose lives and dreams have been cut short by excessive violence, surveillance, and other abuses of the Bill of Rights by government pay the true price, an ultimate price, and one that far exceeds the importance of any kids’ game played tonight, or ever, at Camden Yards. We need to keep in mind people are suffering and dying around the U.S., and while we are thankful no one was injured at Camden Yards, there is a far bigger picture for poor Americans in Baltimore and everywhere who don’t have jobs and are losing economic civil and legal rights, and this makes inconvenience at a ball game irrelevant in light of the needless suffering government is inflicting upon ordinary Americans.”

    …and it concluded with, “Not exactly what the U.S. Department of Truth wanted to hear!”

    Hear! Hear!

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  3. Amen folks! We have only 3 options. (So technically 4 — but giving up doesn’t count in my book.)

    1. We could outgun them. Except as you note they have a huge head start, and we don’t have a trillion dollars a year to help catch up.
    2. We can wait for the system to do itself in and collapse. That might happen, but when? Last century wouldn’t be soon enough!
    2-a. Wait for the next presidential election, and count on the best candidate winning, then restoring the country to sanity and justice. Hmm, I like that one, but I’m impatient, and … that just might not be what we get.
    3. What Tubularsock just said. Maybe that could be the “thousand points of light” somebody once told us would be a good idea?

    Damn. Another possibility just came to me — we might run away. But only with a moses to part the Pacific Ocean or something. Option 3 it is! Great post as usual, thanks! – Linda

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    • Linda, I was all set for running away! I am waaaay past more than I can take! But with this latest in Baltimore, it’s got my goat up real bad and I am fuming and rendered impotent by fury since I am not exactly in the best of physical shape right now to go fuck up anything since I was fucked up!

      What the hell are we gonna do? ‘Cause something has just got to change and for the life of me, I don’t know why the top of my head hasn’t blown completely off by now and landed on some distant and as of yet, undiscovered planet!

      But as always, your comment and Tubularsock’s comment about the Indians and the pilgrims did manage to bring a slight smile to my lips and so I thank you both for that!

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      • tubularsock says:

        Shelby! How many times has Tubularsock insisted that you take better care of your goat! Look, if you went off to therapy they will just tell you to “love your inner goat” and charge you $130.

        Tubularsock reminds you to “love your inner goat” and it is only going to cost you $75.
        Send your check to Tubularsock Therapy Services, Ltd. you know the address.

        Thanks, Tube

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      • HAHAHAHA!! THAT is TOO funny! Again! Thank YOU!! I needed that!

        Oh and, checks in the mail!


    • tubularsock says:

      Linda, wouldn’t you know Moses got himself a movie contract and moved to LA so he’s pretty much out of the picture. Or rather, into his own picture but not ours. So the old parting of the ocean gig is going to be tough to pull off without him. Damn Sony!

      Liked your points but 2a is kind of a recall. Tubularsock recalls all that Obama hope and change bull shit and HE was supposed to be the “best candidate winning” and you’ve seen how that has worked out.

      With the exception of Tubularsock winning there really isn’t a best candidate, period. And hasn’t been forever!

      So, really it’s Ho Chi-Minh’s way or the highway. Start to sharpen your bamboo stakes.

      Thanks for your comment.

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      • “With the exception of Tubularsock winning there really isn’t a best candidate, period. And hasn’t been forever!”

        Sorry, I kind of thought that went without saying!

        And … bamboo stakes, yes — I’ve been gardening with them for so long I almost forgot their primary purpose, thanks for the reminder! Now where did I put those bags of blood meal and manure, for the icing on the cake, or stakes, so to speak. Once provoked, we hillbillies can play hardball …


      • tubularsock says:

        Well Linda it does go without saying but it’s worth repeating. That now being said again has provided Tubularsock with the knowledge to be fearful of hillbillies. Thanks.

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  4. sojourner says:

    Great points!


      • sojourner says:

        News for the Revolution and I were talking about this before I saw your post. I just hope more and more commit to and then see this through to the end. Because usually, with all the pig infiltrators stirring the shit, these go on for a while and then slowly dissipate, as I’m sure you know better than I.

        Personally, I hope all hell breaks loose to the point where the media talking-heads won’t be able to twist and turn everything around. These political pigs have the unmitigated nerve to talk about violence, when Obomber is droning the hell out of people who don’t even know the US has declared war on them!

        I know you want to be pres really bad, my Capitan, but truthfully what the world needs is for this piece of shit to be nuked. It’s been a fucking curse from the beginning!

        I heard today that they are now claiming Gray severed his own spine, and many assholes out there will believe it! Jesus fucking Christ! It’s all fucking insane, and me too!


      • tubularsock says:

        Now sojourner, Tubularsock agrees but let’s remember that Tubularsock is looking for a little job security for 8 years so let’s not be too hasty with the nukes. Remember, like General Motors, what’s good for Tubularsock is good for the nation!


  5. 1EarthUnited says:

    Firstly, i just want to pray for peace, for the residents of Baltimore who have to live through this police brutality injustice day after day. People do have the power to enforce peace thru passive resistance and mass demonstrations. It happened in India, South Africa, and during the civil rights movement in the States. It’s possible to affect change collectively, if citizens unite and stay the course.
    In a capitalist society, boycotts and civil disruption to business would bring any gov’t to their knees!
    Medgar Evers, MLK, Nelson Mandela, Gandhi knew this very well, Malcolm X and the Black Panther party took that to the next level – civil disobedience and revolution by any means necessary.
    Since direct violence and confrontation with authorities is ultimately futile, intelligent guerrilla warfare tactics are a must.
    “I do not deny that I planned sabotage. I did not plan it in a spirit of recklessness nor because I have any love of violence. I planned it as a result of a calm and sober assessment of the political situation that had arisen after many years of tyranny, exploitation and oppression of my people by the whites.”
    — Nelson Mandela

    In a few weeks, city of Baltimore plans to shut off water to 25,000 residents. Let’s see how that’s going down! I see this as a watershed moment (pun intended) in American history.
    Power and Peace to the People!

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  6. donzo442 says:

    Guerrilla dissidence. Be creative, be unpredictable, and be quick like the ninja.

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    • tubularsock says:

      So true Don. Tubularsock is off to Macy’s for that really cool black ninja suit Tubularsock put on lay-away. See you at the Revolution! And thanks for the power-point outline! Cheers …….


  7. The US is a post racial society just as much as a class society. There’s nothing to fight for because we’re all equal. Nothing to see hear, folks. Move along. If, as is increasingly common, you don’t have money to pay your rent or feed your kids, it’s must be your own fault. In my view, the single most destructive piece of bullshit ideology.

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  8. What I meant to say is the US is a post racial society just as much as a CLASSLESS society. Also I typed “hear” when I should of typed “here.” I don’t type straight when I’m pissed off.


  9. Michael Fuhrig says:

    All power to the people! Down with the establishment! F— the Pigs! Tube– you’re a creature of the 60’s transplanted to the 21st Century teens. Right on brother!


    • tubularsock says:

      The power structure doesn’t change. Nor do the revolutionaries. It’s cyclical. Only the players change …… or perhaps not. We may all have been here before …


  10. Lisa says:

    The pilgrims loved the indians…. Hahaha! This could work in our favor. 😉


    • tubularsock says:

      How do you mean, Lisa? You do recall that the Pilgrims were turkeys!

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      • Lisa says:

        Well. Lots of people are programmed. Which is why artists are so important. Start from the skit as what the “norm” has been presented as then tell the story backwards. The reason guerilla warfare tactics work so well is the simplicity of the “Bam. Bam. Bam.” It’s like magic. 🙂
        When you write it how you want it so to speak, then it takes out the factor of having to prove your opponent is wrong because they prove it themselves by their own actions compared to what one has laid out as an alternative. Max efficiency.


      • tubularsock says:

        “I see, said the blind carpenter to his deaf daughter and saw!”

        Tubularsock also sees. Thanks Lisa, leave it to the artists!


  11. sojourner says:

    “Remember, like General Motors, what’s good for Tubularsock is good for the nation!”

    I forgot! It won’t happen again!


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