April 11, 2008

Grape Mrs. Carillon

I am a fervently aligned anti-Olympics activist in theory, though not in practice in any real sense, so I stayed home from the big demonstration the other day. Thus I missed the mysteriously poetic prediction depicted here:


I should get out more, but not really.

(via Instapundit.)

UPDATE: Aha. Mr. Google tells me that it is a lyric from a Rise Against song called "State of the Union". Demystification can be a drag.

Posted by Dr. Frank at April 11, 2008 09:14 PM | TrackBack

That's the solution to the issue: Send Henry Rollins in to mediate.

Posted by: Zaphod at April 15, 2008 05:52 PM

the streets shall be littered with the messenger bags and rolled up jeans of the insurgents! hazaaahh!!!

Posted by: olympic security at April 18, 2008 04:31 AM

The sudden manufactured interest in the Tibet issue and its dutiful promotion by the American media in the months approaching the Summer Olympic Games in China, is not an accident.

This is more psyops intended to destabilize China and is timed to bring the Chinese government maximum worldwide negative attention. The ability to start, continue, or stop such media and psyops campaigns then becomes a bargaining chip with which to negotiate more favorable behavior from the Chinese government on other totally unrelated issues which the United States really cares about - monetary policy, trade balance issues, Taiwan, the Chinese role in the Iranian nuclear issue, military expenditures, etc.

Posted by: Aryamehr University at April 18, 2008 04:56 PM
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