Plunder and I gave you a copy of Chief of Staff. I took that copy of
Plunder down to southern Mexico, where I lent it to the son of a
baseball player who’s opinion was “it’s very repetitive” so I haven’t
yet had the leisure time to read it. It travels with me still, though,
part of that inevitable ephemera bubble each of us engenders as we
push our way forward through this nightmare.
I’d like to see your film. I think it’s a right shame that Gnome guy
stole all the limelight. I’d seen WMD and In Debt We Trust, both fine
films, and wish I’d taken the time out of my busy day to recognize you
and thank you for your quality productions.
Anyway, I’m trying to find a copy your Plunder film online so I can
watch it. I recently released the book I was selling at the conference
as a free ebook, under the following press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Attention all revolutionaries. In support of our brothers and sisters
currently liberating Egypt, we at Obscene Works Imprint have decided
to release the PDF/E-book version of CLASS WAR for FREE! Almost 600
pages of detailed instructions for dismantling government. If you’re
one of the few Egyptians with internet access, this is 413MB you need
to allocate room for immediately.
More recently I’ve been delving into nature of the Masonic fraternity
ruling America. I’ve released another book on that topic, currently
available for free here:
Both documents are large and information dense.
Anyway, I’m just wondering what you’ve been up to, and how I can see
your film over the internet. I will soon be departing for six months
in southern rural mexico and would like to download it or view it via
a streaming media site before I leave.
Peace be among you,
I have two books on this subject: Plunder: Investigating Our Economic Calamity (2008) Cosimo Books and The Crime Of Our Time (2010)-Disinformation Books”
If the son of a baseball player says “it”–what? the film, the book, both?–is repetitive, it must be. My apologies to the world. Smile
Was that a “hippie convention” I went to? I was a YIPPIE.
see a copy of the movie.
himself. Let him have it. Remember, he’s from the world of TV, where
they repeat things and mean them in different ways with pictures
behind the words.
Danny: you need to be the news vivisectional. I know you understand
the TV medium better than any of us writers ever could. The kids don’t
have time to wait for the systems to suicide through slow collapse.
People in Mexico are burning down telephone booths in record numbers.
It was in those YIPPIE! activist magazines printed with withe trust
fund money that were scattered about the place at Econvergence before
HRH Noam arrived to opine from the socialist godhead. You and me,
we’re just the guys on the outside, looking into the glass onion. I
respect the body of your work immensely. Wish I had been smart enough
to option you for my imprint really early, before TV producing made
your writing more narrative and immaterial. The feeling my wife and I
got as we showered in the handi-capped washroom in the basement of
that church, was “Not Hippie – Preppy!” Like, manufacturing consensus
about the awesomeness of democracy. Kids are paying extra to got to
schools that teach them the wrong words for economic literacy.
Love from Canada and Mexico,
Maybe the book didn’t leave an imprint on me simply because the fleecing
of Americans by their corporations is far removed from my preoccupations.
I’m just drudging on, trying to cope with the 3000 kinds of shit raining
down on us here in Mexico.
Sometimes economic literacy is as useful as a fly swatter, locked inside a
cage with a tiger.
the box by your collective shame and chagrin.
Or bend it out straight and convince him to dance for the jailers
while you pick the lock.
T minus 2 weeks