Give Us a Break, Rome Wasn’t Burned in a Day

Well, it’s been a little while since I’ve found time to write.  Things are really busy just now at this unprecedented moment in conspiracy history, and as chaos spreads, we see endless opportunity in disaster (as the saying goes).

One of the more interesting developments concerns the calls for a Constitutional Convention originating within the Discordian faction of our conspiracy.  The current proposal would involve a vigilante electronic brainwashing campaign built around slogans like “Anarchists Unite!  Do Your Part to Smash the State by Voting Republican!”

As a Jewish Reptile Jesuit Illuminist from space, I have trouble subscribing to this plan myself.  Even so, I must admit there is an alchemical symmetry to the idea of America beginning and ending with this particular ad hoc measure — which was originally cooked up just to bypass the amendment process in the Articles of Confederation after the Founding Fathers met behind closed doors in Philadelphia, having convened with the “sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation.”

Meanwhile, the traditional conservative elements in our conspiracy are advancing calls for unity, proposing to end the political divisiveness in Washington by abolishing the two-party system, and switching instead to a one-party system.  The more radical conservative elements want to fully privatize government by reinstating the monarchy, but this has similar disadvantages.

My feeling is that the Democrats are still useful for providing the illusion of opposition.  We’ve invested a lot in this illusion, and I don’t think it’s wise to part with it yet.  All that matters is the appearance of control, and the myth of popular democracy still holds sway.

We are so close to complete domination I can taste it with my forked tongue!

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