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Inside Manton's Town Hall

MANTON sing accompanied by a jugband, DUNHAM and his MEN sing from without.

MANTON

When Sheriff Dunham came to town he was half in the bag

If in his breath you didn't drown, you'd surely want to gag.

DUNHAM

Come out with your hands up,

MANTON

said he,

DUNHAM

Sinner, you must repent.

MANTON

If we keep this level, steady, a row we can prevent.”

Chorus:

And He shall wipe away all tears

He shall dwell

Us as well

Neither crying nor sorrow here

Write it true

All things new.

THREE

Let's drink to how we've defeated our trespassers today,

We have no mercy nor forgiveness offered to allay

And therefore let us soak ourselves 'til we've no more to say

And thus no one is wrong.

MANTON

I told him, “Why don't you stuff it?” I'll give in when I die.

His response was,

DUNHAM

I would love it!

MANTON

Just my wish; I can't lie.

Surely there are none as brave, nothing more was ever dared

Fully from myself I gave , totally with nothing spared.

Chorus

TWO

O say can it be

how am I so tight

'Twere the gin or the ale

cause the lightness I'm feeling?

MANTON

When his fiends broke into Town Hall, they were all but crawling.

Mercy me, the evil stench that emerged from his drawling

Oh please, Mister, can there be ever civilities,

Sir, some things are even beyond refined abilities.

Chorus

ONE

Bring whiskey: I shall drink

Then bring me to the brink

And let me sink.

Schizopolis

Outside Manton's Town Hall

DUNHAM

And if you still have a will to thwart it,

my duty is therefore now to sort it.

I'm giving you three options to end this

They all end the same way as you'll notice.

Option the first will be your surrender

of the county's register followed by

An apology. Next: option number

two, you surrender all that is owed by

Manton to us without apology.

With the first option I will forgo

your arrest, the fairest for you.

MANTON

Oh, gee!

DUNHAM sends group ONE to the rear of the town hall (off right).

ONE

(“Of Thee I Sing”)

My country: praise it, ye

If you have loyalty

Bless you, be free.

DUNHAM

Option two: you will spend a day or so

under official repremand in Clam—

Cadillac, to compensate your flimflam,

Furthermore: Wexford County's property

joins us on our return to Cadillac.

DUNHAM sends group TWO to the side (into and behind the audience).

TWO

(“Star Spangled Banner”)

O say can you see,

I am ready to fight

what so rowd'ly we wailed

with my pride might'ly teeming?

DUNHAM

Option three: if you've the temerity

to resist and fight for whatever lack

Of judgement, indeed, might have impaired you,

My men will will see your forces extinguished

And any action else deemed your fair due.

The chance for heroics as you have wished.

If doled as we deserve if He supplies,

Then we'd all be in it up to our eyes.

DUNHAM arranges group THREE with himself around the front of the town hall.

THREE

(“Battle Hymn of the Republic”)

With my baton and my shackles, I do order your arrest,

Whomsoever Justice tackles I will surely do the rest.

If you have a system fairer, I will still show you the best.

For Liberty and Law.

5th-Mar-2012 04:51 pm - Lavinia's Song
misfit doll
If my love for thee were only rarer,
I would gladly make my flesh be barer
And even if I had naught to hem and
Wherefor would I pray thee to be clement?

A limb I'd give thee and then an other
For, as I dare, it would suit thy brother.

From you each transgression I'd try to leech,
I could forgive, if only I had speech
A lenient I, with contrition assured
But such a thing can never be gestured.

Each eye taken for one given, you'd live,
But we can be more imaginative.

And still, the world would have no cause to quake.
With justice served, it pleases me to bake.
Onegin Duel

Passenger Car

UNION VETERANS

Our Union, Lincoln, you must save it;

The South would by their wont enslave it.

Equip us rifles, you can trust us.

And thereby grant the Nation Justice.

DUNHAM

Men, let us be gentle in our attack.

We'll show Manton our discipline and our

adherance to law to contrast their lack.

Our morals strong enough to build a tower.

This is no war and there is no danger,

We need neither be sickle nor winepress

Frankly, even the drinks are arranged for

Us. A toast: to America: God bless.

DEPUTY

To Byron Ballon.

The MEN turn this into a game, quickly.

VARIOUS MEN, INDIVIDUALLY

To the city of Cadillac.

To Sheriff Dunham.

Erin go Bragh!

Ffffffff—

To General Grant.

For our Health

Ingenuity

Here's to Justice

Let's Kick Manton in the—

To the Lakes.

Here's to Mitchell.

Our Native friends

To Order

Prosperity

Quick-wittedness

Resourcefulness

For General Sherman

To Tenacity

DUNHAM

Whence comes such guile from this Manton fellow?

He thinks his town earned that seat honestly?

Let him assert it and let him bellow.

Let his multitudes attempt to best me.

While there is no choice but to share the blame

Invariably every treason begets

at least one more: a pity and a shame.

And no one lives without his own regrets.

IRISH CHORUS

Let us have another round, sir;

give us more until we drown, sir!

Bust the door right off its hinge, we

beg you, please, do not be stingey.

VETERANS

Our feet while stomping jackanapes, ye rebel brats,

do with that they were trampling grapes, ye rebel twats.

And wine is perfect, be it sweet or sour

For once it's drunk no one is dour

DUNHAM

So many men here who are proud to serve,

and I do truly stand proud among them.

Citizen or not, they have the same nerve.

By day's end, Manton will be a wrung hem.

SCANDINAVIAN CHORUS

Thanks to Christ, his sacrifices

But my drink in hand suffices.

Blessèd are the faithful, truly

but for now we'll be unruly.

VETERANS

For the Union!

NON-VETERANS

Here's to the Veterans.

ALL

and Wexford county.

THE NEXT MAN

...Aww, goddamit!

Fade and the men arm and disembark.

Nakashita

CIII:
Lutheran Church, Cadillac




Holy
Thursday, the CONGREGATION sings accompanied by an organ.




CONGREGATION



Herre,
du hålla oss ödmjuka.
Lord,
please keep us humble.

Flyktiga
nöjen lockar oss inte.
Fleeting
pleasures tempt us not.

Ge
oss sannaste Tro och styrka.
Grant
us truest Faith and strength.

Och
då vi ska leva som din vilja.

And
then we shall live as your will.




BALLON
and DUNHAM enter and pause before entering the church.




BALLON


We
have your deputies; we have yourself.




DUNHAM


We
have lumberjacks and the mill workers.




BALLON


We
have the Clam Lake Dock...




DUNHAM


and
Dredge...




BALLON


Marching...




DUNHAM


We
have a band.




BALLON


Silver
or something.


We
have the band, no further we can delve—




DUNHAM


Not
a bit.




BALLON


Unless
something else occurs


to
you, you can go once we've asked these


Lutherans.




DUNHAM


Then,
let's corral us some Swedes.




CONGREGATION



Om
man med hans blod vi är tvättade,

If by His blood we are washed,
Först
då kan vi vara rena från synd.

only
then can we be clean from sin.


Tron
kommer att lyfta oss från vetet,
Faith
will lift us from the chaff,

och
därmed straff vi är—

and
thereby punishment we are—




BALLON
and DUNHAM enter the church; attention turns toward them. Brief
pause. The organ continues.




BALLON


Friends,
we have a situation, not dire


but
we must pay our attention with haste.


Otherwise,
we could be caught in a mire


and
turn all our great efforts into waste.




Lut
us show Manton our resolve is firm;


The
power of numbers should be questioned not.


Each
great tree started as a seedling germ.


Wexford's
seat shan't be but to us allot.




Pause.




DUNHAM


I
don't think they—




BALLON


If
anyone speaks Eng-




A
SMATTERING


I
do.




BALLON


lish,
kindly, would you help with translating?




Pause.
A TRANSLATOR stands.




TRANSLATOR



Sheriffen
skit sängen igår;
The Sheriff shit the
bed yesterday;

som kommer att hjälpa
honom idag?
Who will help him today?




Various
MEN stand.




MEN


(non-unison)
Jag
kommer.




Johnny

Manton,
Immediately after CII

There
is a general celebratory atmosphere.

MEN
and WOMEN

Vict'ry
can't but make us proud

Humble
we are not

Brightly
shall we sing aloud

for
our wealth begot.

TWO

If it
thrills to have gotten the better,

Then
it tis duty that we be the best.

If
Liberty blessed us and we let her,

Then
we have no reason to rest.

MEN
and WOMEN

Shackles
don't divinely tie.

Neither
do they brake.

All
you have to do is try

Freedom
shall we take!

THREE

There's
no exuse to share what we're given.

Faces
are noseless through nothing but spite.

The
freest place that any can live in

shan't
ever concede any right.

MEN
and WOMEN

Leave
our Liberty untred

and
thus ensure

Only
ire will be unfed

and
we'll endure.

ONE

We've
committed a crime, let's not forget—

perhaps
not one we feel need to regret.

However,
we have to face facts and learn:

With
others, that man will return.

MEN
and WOMEN

Surely
now we have no fear.

Nothing
can unnerve.

Bravery
without a peer:

just
as we deserve.

MANTON

If
they come again, then we shall meet them

and
then let the outcome be my arrest.

Until
then however, we will treat them

with a
fight that will be unguessed.

ALL

Vict'ry
can't but make us proud

Humble
we are not

Brightly
shall we sing aloud

for
our wealth begot.


Respect

Manton, immediately after MII

The
FOUR MEN OF MANTON are joined by DUNHAM and his DEPUTIES.

DUNHAM

Thank
you, sirs, for your cooperation

DEPUTIES

Truly.

DUNHAM

This
issue is finally laid to rest

DEPUTIES

Duly

DUNHAM

Perhaps
without great anticipation

MANTON
MEN

Then
speak no more.

DUNHAM

To
have this over and done will be best.

DEPUTIES
and MANTON MEN

And
grieve no more.

DUNHAM

So now
everything is settled,

and we
may return and respond

to our
normal duties, nettled

no
more with what this fury spawned.

DEPUTIES

And
thereupon we shall thus go

to
match this peace in future, though

never
through peace is it preserved,

but
equally we all are served.

DUNHAM
and DEPUTIES

How
far better to be like we

and
follow law as writ it be.

Thus
closer we'll be to divine

If we
can walk upon His line.

MANTON

Your
sentiment I do accept

ONE,
TWO and THREE

with
gratitude.

MANTON

Through
your example we're kinder.

There
is no better to select

ONE,
TWO and THREE

A true
blessing.

MANTON

Or we
would be that much blinder.

DEPUTIES

An
attitude

worth
adressing.

MEN
and WOMEN of Manton enter as the DEPUTIES leave.

DUNHAM

Good
news! We may depart as friends.

If
there is no more to desire,

then
let time further make amends.

We can
return, fast as a wire.

MANTON

There
is one thing, you've forgotten

You
may think me vile or rotten.

You'll
have trouble running Wexford

without
the cash to back your word.

DUNHAM

If
you've stopped me, I don't see how.

MANTON

I have
your register, hidden.

DUNHAM

You
will produce it here, right now!

MEN
and WOMEN

Denied
no matter how bidden.

MANTON

I
cannot. To be brief then, we

shall
not yield a leaf nor penny.

Unless
you do come back to sue

Until
then, I bid you adieu.

DUNHAM
gives a distraght glare, but receeds back to his DEPUTIES.


misfit doll

MANTON gathers with THREE MEN: ONE, TWO and THREE.


TWO

Well?


ONE

What?


MANTON

We have an opportunity.


TWO and THREE

To?


ONE

What?


MANTON

To keep our seat from that city.


TWO

Oh.


THREE

How?


ONE

What!


MANTON

Everything can be simple if you make it.

We simply do not let them take it.


TWO and THREE

So...?


ONE

Oh, hell!


MANTON

Well: I've taken the one thing that they'll need

to run a profitable county seat.


ONE and TWO

The register?


MANTON

The register and all

the cash therein. Just like when you've a ball,

whomever posesses it runs the game.

We cannot lose.


TWO and THREE

Hear, hear!


ONE

I feel the same,

but we just had public election

And, as you know, there was but one winner

And it wasn't us.


MANTON

That's debatable.


TWO and THREE

Hear, hear!


ONE

I anticipate they will shun

us, our population will grow thinner.


TWO and THREE

Oh, dear.


ONE

What possessed you to think you'll make

democracy retaliateable?


MANTON

Listen! It's our posterity at stake.

Would you rather our children hereafter

to know we were cowards: standing aside.

We'll be peaceful whilst hearing their laughter.

Or: we can take action—


TWO and THREE

Yes!


MANTON

and then—


TWO and THREE

Yes?


MANTON

We'll be remembered, generations hence

For our bravery and our impudence

Yes, this will give them a reason to chide.

A reason for pride, also, nonetheless.


ONE

Is this legal? Isn't this criminal?

Is this how the rebellion started?

And punishable by death, minimal?

Treason's no way to be remembered well

before of after your soul's departed.

And this is not a thing where time will tell.


TWO and THREE

Here and now, this is action we can take

to show that some are unwilling to yield.

And thereby have the Cadillackers quake


MANTON, TWO and THREE

Using only God's mercy as a shield.


DUNHAM

(off stage)

'Tis far better to do as I

and neither ask nor answer why.

Accept it as the people's will

And pledge to further there instill.


MANTON and ONE

Hark!


ONE

They are finished.


MANTON

Let us meet them, then.


ONE

No time to delay this.


MANTON

If not now, when?

ONE

Let's go!


TWO and THREE

To glory, before it's too late!


MANTON

Alright, even if failure is our fate,

we will be able to say “just because

you've won today, does not mean I've lost.

Nabokov

A man of MANTON enters with a banjo (or mandolin).

 

MANTON

Ladies and gentlemen can we tolerate this?

Cadillac getting exactly what they want:

The entire county's blood filling their font

and surely not one drop would they miss.

 

Disagree but, these Nordic invasions

are not a blessing to me but a curse.

Next they'll let Injuns at our women or worse.

You'll say, “We just have to have some patience,

 

Chorus:

Suffer the tyrrany of Behemoth.”

No. David, he could take down Goliath

and the Philistines. “Don't deny my wrath,”

said God and in this fashion fight, we must.

 

In their two lakes I can see no virtue

No, true beauty is a contivance of

God; and don't swim therein with your pants off.

The irritation after will hurt you.

 

That canal is no miracle. 'Twas just

a ditch before they loosened the water.

So they'll pile on votes like lambs to slaughter

You think the seat will sate their greed and lust?

 

Chorus

 

These chestnuts, have any of you tried them,

the rank fruit of the trees their so proud of?

A constitution you must be stout of.

If you managed two; all night you'd fight them.

 

I shall not deny them their industry.

They deserve every scrap of wood and plank

But for us to hang on one would be rank

punishment for being fewer. Must we

 

Chorus

Schizopolis

Cadillac, Michigan


 

Within a year, Clam Lake's lumber industry prospers and expands along with the town. Clam Lake is more ambitious for the next election in April. In addition to finally winning the county seat, the town changes its name to “the city of Cadillac” and elect a new mayor Byron BALLON. A BRASS BAND plays a two-step. BALLON approaches a dais.


BALLON

And Solomon said, “Take the babe

and divide so each can take her

a half for her own and save

the rest so justice can't injure.


Then we'll need not care to whom

the child, now made a pair, belongs.”

Solomon and I can assume

you know what is made with two wrongs.


One woman said, “Fine. Half a child

is all I need, how wise and right.”

The other said, “I'm not beguiled.

Give her all. Are we Molochites?”


This situation comes again,

sprouting like a field of clover.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen,

The year of folly is over!


Here restored is the city's will

It's not the best, it's not the worst

As someone said upon a hill

You know who: the last shall be first.


Now that we have our county's seat

we have reason for folks to come—

and ne'er will that excuse be beat—

they ought to stay, a day or some.


So there you have my proposal:

we have this land and two lakes rich

in beauty at our disposal.

We'll have them here and stake their hitch!


We should have an opera house and

a sporting team; I want people

to flock and stay by the thousand

And what profits we shall reap, all!


I am your new mayor Byron

Ballon. We are so blessed that we

can strike while we have the fire on.

Fueled by the wood of every tree.


And not just wood we have more fruits

to offer, we've planted chestnuts.

This is a delight that sure suits

the gourmets, no ifs, ands or buts.


Have you all seen the miracle,

the canal after the autumn?

It freezes first, not radical

that. If there were bets, I bought them.


And after that the lakes each do

freeze themselves, that's nothing awesome.

But here's something I can teach you

The canal thaws, through the blossom!


Loggers, give me affirmation!

Oh, sheriff Dunham! Please, come here.

I have a task, information.

Ladies and gents, I am done here.


Charles DUNHAM goes to shake BALLON's hand.

1st-May-2011 02:50 pm - Draft.
Mahzlem

Scene A: Sherman, Michigan


The audience waits outside the theatre. A man brings a small box on which to stand. He is a man of SHERMAN. Sherman is an unincorporated community that until today (4 April, 1881) has been the county seat of Wexford. It was the first settlement (twenty years ago, at the start of the Civil War) by non-natives in the county, the home of the county's first post office. Yes, Sherman is named after General W. T. Sherman. The man might have on a Union jacket. He wears a sprig of lilac.


SHERMAN

Ladies and gentlemen, I have gathered
you here today, to recognize a loss.
The county seat will now go to Manton;
I know you who voted here would rather't
stay in Sherman, but we have to respect
the population's will, though it's slantin'.
We are bless'd to have the right to select
such a thing with no tyranny to boss.

This compromise between us and Clam Lake
may be viewed as a mutual loss, but
I see a solution where we all take
a win, and not as in a coin toss. What
brings prosperity to Manton will bring
peace to the county; let's enjoy this spring.


When our kind first settled here on this land,
The nation was irreparably torn,
a vicious war: bloody, immense and grand
rent us apart--and yet we were reborn.

This county squabble is petty, ain't it?
The next generation has it easy:
each freedom paid for; they just maintain it.
Have some reverence for William Tecumseh.

The Lord blooms lilacs, He makes it breezy.
Can't lumber be worth more than a sum, sir?
A Clam Lake man can make himself a chair,
and, bless him, he has no worry for where.
In Manton where not one has need to grouse
They all can joist up a fine, level house.

11th-Apr-2011 09:59 am - He wears a sprig of Lilac.
Onegin Duel
When our kind first settled here on this land,
The nation was irreparably torn,
a vicious war: bloody, immense and grand
rent us apart--and yet we were reborn.

This county squabble is petty, ain't it?
The next generation has it easy:
each freedom paid for; they just maintain it.
Have some reverence for William Tecumseh.

The Lord blooms lilacs, He makes it breezy.
Can't lumber be worth more than a sum, sir?
A Cadillac man can make him a chair,
and, bless him, he has no worry for where.
In Manton where not one has need to grouse
They all can joist up a fine, level house.
20th-Mar-2011 02:37 pm - Part II: Rebecca Black/Irony
Nakashita

What condemns “Friday”—more than Rebecca’s bizarre diphthongs, pinched tone or the barely literate lyric (which, as explained in my previous essay, “Friday” is at least literate)—is how unironic the video is.

That is not to say the video is literal; Rebecca enters a fantasy realm before the first verse ends. Even before arriving at the bus stop, there is no attempt at verité. This section is just as staged and choreographed as the rest of the video. The fantasy ride in the car is post-produced beyond recognition: everything is glittery and shimmering; colors pop and bleed everywhere. It’s an acid trip as imagined by young persons (as imagined by their parents). In the end, Rebecca performs the song for her adoring fans/friends: the most fantastic moment of all.

The video is super-figurative, but it is unironic. (As I write this, OpenOffice refuses to acknowledge the word “unironic”.) Perhaps I should suggest another term for the absence of literary irony. This suggestion is: content-adherence.

Let us examine, briefly the quality of cover versions of the song. Mostly, the style has been that of the singer/songwriter (i.e. Bob Dylan): single-voice, single-instrument, modest/non-production. They reject the vocal affectations of modern pop (tits and teeth). One video, however manages to save the song from itself: The Epic Mullet Guy version.

There are three images in this video: mullet guy alone on a couch, mullet guy alone at the piano and mullet guy dancing alone. Mullet guy clearly too old to care about cereal, getting up a 7:00 AM, or getting to the bus stop. Mullet guy doesn’t need friends to party; he is redefining the concept of partying and of the mullet (there is plenty of party in the front of that mullet). If the video were meant to be taken seriously, it would be a fucking downer. But this video is dependent on the existence of Rebecca Black’s video and its own irony.

HH
Rebecca Black's “Friday” is a song about the various anxieties of aging. It begins with a run-down of a typical, bourgeois girl in her early teens. Actually, this could be a boy in his early teens; there aren't that many differences between the sexes and their concerns at that age: go to school, don't look skanky (like one of the poor kids), I don't have time to relax, I'm still taking the fucking bus...

7:00 AM, waking up in the morning.
Gotta be fresh, gotta go downstairs,
Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal;
Seein’ everything, the time is goin’,
Tickin’ on and on, everybody’s rushin’.
Gotta get down to the bus stop,
Gotta catch my bus, I see my friends (my friends)

It is here that “Rebecca” goes into a fugue where she imagines her friends are picking her up in their car (well, a car). It is when she no longer has to take the bus (like one of the poor kids) when Rebecca can finally be what she considers to be “cool”. She can do as the boys and girls in their later teens do. This may or may not involve going to school; the only thing that matters is we are in this car and partying.

Kickin’ in the front seat
Sittin’ in the back seat
Gotta make my mind up
Which seat can I take?

This question shows us that even in her fantasy, Rebecca is just a bit awkward. I might be reaching here, but the choice between the front and back seats is critical. Perhaps the front seat is for the girls “taken” by the boys (because they're easy?), or will she take a back seat and be essentially cargo (but free). Chorus:

It’s Friday, Friday;
Gotta get down on Friday.
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the weekend (weekend).
Friday, Friday,
Gettin’ down on Friday.
Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the weekend.

Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)
Fun, fun, fun, fun.
Lookin’ forward to the weekend.

We're just going to be in this car all night (never mind who can afford the gas) looking forward to the weekend which, Rebecca has just figured out, is more than just a break from school. However, Rebecca and her friends aren't quite sure what that is.

7:45, we’re drivin’ on the highway;
Cruisin’ so fast, I want time to fly.
Fun, fun, think about fun.
You know what it is:
“I got this; you got this?”
My friend is by my right:
“I got this; you got this?”
Now you know it.

Rebecca realizes her friends are just as awkward as she is. They all dance strangely and give a vague stare at the camera that asks “Am I doing this right?” forever. Nobody “got this”.

Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday
Today i-is Friday, Friday (Partyin’)
We-we-we so excited
We so excited
We gonna have a ball today

Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes afterwards
I don’t want this weekend to end.

Rebecca stutters through (a mockery of ) an attempt at “Urban” speech (i.e. how the cool older teens speak). Until then, she'd played it safe with just droppin' gs. She fumbles again by trying to throw around SAT wards. They see a black man drive by. He does a rap like all us black guys can do.

R.B.: Rebecca Black
So chillin’ in the front seat (In the front seat)
In the back seat (In the back seat)
I’m drivin’, cruisin’ (Yeah, yeah)
Fast lanes, switchin’ lanes
Wit’ a car up on my side (Woo!)
(C’mon) Passin’ by is a school bus in front of me
Makes tick tock, tick tock, wanna scream
Check my time, it’s Friday, it’s a weekend
We gonna have fun, c’mon, c’mon, y’all

He has a nostalgic fugue from seeing the school bus but returns quickly to reality and feels time passing: a theme we've heard since the beginning. “Seein’ everything, the time is goin’, / Tickin’ on and on, everybody’s rushin’.” The feeling of time passing makes him want to scream until he realizes: TGIF; fuck that!

Chorus twice. In the video, Rebecca and her friends pretend to have fun at a fake party. Finis.
4th-Mar-2011 09:16 am - Band Name Friday 52
HH
The First-World Problems
25th-Feb-2011 10:13 am - Band Name Friday 51
Czolgosz
Xenu: Worrier Prances
18th-Feb-2011 08:19 am - Band Name Friday 50
Onegin Duel
Atrocity Pamphlets
13th-Feb-2011 04:24 pm - A Turner Diaries diary: Epilog
Schizopolis
(Yeah, it’s spelled like that.) Mock alternate history up to 1999. Some broad tactical information. We cannot follow Ayn Rand because she was Jewish. We cannot follow Karl Marx because he was Jewish. (Both cases, only by ethnicity. Check the dark features and giant schnoz on Hitler before you call him the Great One. None of the three are ever mentioned by name in the book.) This is really a cheap, unnecessary way to wrap something up.

"Only in the last decade have certain areas of the Waste been declared safe for colonization. Even so, they are "safe" only in the sense that the poisons sowed there a century ago have abated to the point that they are no longer a hazard to life. As everyone is aware, the bands of mutants which roam the Waste remain a real threat, and it may be another century before the last of them has been eliminated and White colonization has once again established a human presence throughout this vast area."
13th-Feb-2011 01:35 pm - A Turner Diaries diary: XXVIII
Nakashita
9 November: The last entry before Earl’s flight to the Pentagon (The last entry, period). He’s also being given his last rites to join the Order. Billy’s trying so goddamn hard to make the prose lush. It’s dull, dull, dull.
12th-Feb-2011 04:47 pm - A Turner Diaries diary: XXVII
BboUh

28 October, 8 November: Cleaning up after a nuclear bomb isn’t pretty or easy, it turns out.

The apathy of the white race—who, it must be said are normally fastidious and productive—are to blame for how entrenched insidious Jewishness* is in the world. The insidiousness of Jews in the world is responsible for the apathy of the white race (and it goes on like this for four fucking pages).

Nuclear airstrike on the Pentagon tomorrow, y’all!

*Take the time to look up how many Jews there are in the world.

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