Ecosocialism #21/ 23 April 2018
Ecosocialism, the Anthropocene and Dutiful Molecular Age Pathogens
There have been human “tortuous” anxieties promulgated upon the humanoid-species. This is now called the Anthropocene Era. The incompletion of industrial ways and means specific to polluting or major-Littering catharsis since gasoline overcame diesel as “explosive transport phooels” in 1904. Well, then, when industrial “heavy weights” were lifted, then nuclear-Molecular was made lighter. Lighter than being observant for “always first regard to not allowing human inhalation, nor exposures” was question and not the doubt. What happened that made usury of “defense from harm practices” was that that because there was no reason, or merely no cautionary prospect established from dumb-Fool US-military officers and that what they said was foolishness to not behold? Or was there an absolute, not irresolute reason “mot to be illogical” that all w whom nuclear-Molecular contact are give cancers that are and can grow no matter whether latency for 3-4 decades or right away because NSDU-238 is soooo dirty.
Defense from harm practices? Practices, became the “negation-Aspect” of the word-Term Psychology. The psychology became that there was a small need for a “codification” of warring to allow contaminating and tests w.o. molecular-Measurements wherever the Radionuclides were transported, wherever the Radionuclides were used, and there research would cost million-Dollars and possibly delay the came of war-Making. Period. Science not US-military would have to play the part to fulfillment for the answer to how much pain, how much anxiety, how many lies, how much deceitfulness could, be ventured. That was challenged for war-Mongering stance of should-would-could be advanced beyond cautionary fulfillment research which has yet to become “completed” 75 years later! Cost of 1946 Operation Crossroads weapons tests (“Able” and “Baker”) at Bikini Atoll: $1,300,000,000[i]. “R”
nUkiEmOLe iNf0 #26/ 22 Apr 2018 the Enewetok, Bikini, shot castle bRavo (March 1, 1954)
Today, I welcome us to eRathe day 2018. I implore you, family, friends, anti-War Socialists, anti-Nuclearists, peace ‘n Justice NGO’s, to watch. I want you to acknowledge that the “nuclear-Legacy” is the apportionment of plutocracy-America. This stat includes unpaid soldiers w whom I met in my 1977 visit to Bikini Island of the Marshall “Polynesian country”. There is not oNLY military-Hegemony at werk since the 1940’s!
I feel our collective anti-Nuclearism is outta whack, because this one particular has been extraneous, since I personally apologized to Marshall Islanders on five separate islands, as I also saw the concrete dome and tried to discuss w US-military participants, w whom you shall see and hear in this too short documentary.
You want your Medicare to be “health”. Quit paying for not having healthcare w..i. 2-months of the first “actual” payment. Payments after the second payment is garbage. The people of Marshall Islands are American citizens, but they’ve did not have healthcare by Medicare, when 1948 thru 1954 became a nuclear-Cancerous: estate. “R”
‘Ballistic missile defense spending in 1965 vs. 1995: $2,200,000,000 vs. 2,600,000,000
U.S. Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project’. However, “Estimated 1998 spending on all
U.S. nuclear weapons and weapons-related programs: $35,100,000,000”[ii]
This Concrete Dome Holds A Leaking Toxic Timebomb/ Foreign Correspondent
1,461,862 views thru 40:05 mins youTube: abc news australia’
There are now “three” nuclear-Molecular: weapons of destructive-Mass: masse-Annihilation in existence and the fascist-Zionists used the latest on September 11th 2001 in 6-of-NY City’s wtc-buildings. How could we allow them a-holes not to be arrested and hung from their ankles? Khalid Sheik Mohammed is not the oNLY guilty party, although he was the ’fall-Guy’. “R”
“The geological sciences would have to wait another hundred years before a Dutch atmospheric chemist and Nobel Prize laureate who first observed the hole in the ozone layer, Paul Crutzen (image on the left), defined the Anthropocene Age as the arrival of a new epoch in Earth’s geological history. Crutzen observed that human activity had passed a threshold whereby it had become the dominating and overwhelming force shaping the planet’s internal systems and geology. According to Crutzen and his colle[a]ge Eugene Stoermer, a biologist at the University of Michigan, it was towards the end of the eighteenth century that the Anthropocene Age commenced with the first scientific evidence of two greenhouse gases, CO2 and methane, being generated by human industrial society. Today the definition has stuck and is rapidly becoming a household term.
But what does it mean for the Earth to have entered a new geological epoch? To better understand the full significance of the Anthropocene as a new geological era, imagine for a moment that all humans suddenly disappeared from the face of the Earth tomorrow. Or imagine we have all been beamed up into outer space by an alien race to free the Earth from humanity’s destructive actions. Even with humanity absent, for the next ten to fifteen thousand years, all subsequent geological and climatic events will have a direct or indirect relationship to past human activities. Our civilization’s footprints are so pervasive across the Earth’s geo- and atmospheric systems that they will linger for many millennia, well after our species goes extinct. And it is with this arrival of the Anthropocene that humanity has emerged as the primary perpetuator of ecocide, the ruler and destroyer of the planet’s environment, ecosystems and habitats.
A former member of the Australian government’s Climate Change Authority, Clive Hamilton, writes, “The arrival of the Anthropocene contradicts all narratives, philosophies, and theologies that foretell a preordained and continuous rise of humankind to ever-higher levels of material, social and spiritual development.” In his 2017 book, Defiant Earth: The Fate of Humans in the Anthropocene, Hamilton warns of the scientific hubris driving western nations to imagine we can geoengineer the weather, reduce the destructive threats of greenhouse gases, and assure the further growth of human capital and technological development to solve all of our civilization’s and planet’s problems as they arise. For Hamilton, the Anthropocene demands that everything we have taken for granted about our civilization–economic development, globalization and trade, politics and foreign policy, social structures, and more–needs to be reevaluated. More important there is an urgent demand for a completely new relationship humanity must create with the Earth and other species. Finally, it is time for nations, their rulers, and the leaders of industry to come to terms with the fact we are no longer able to turn back the geological clock.
If we limit our definition of the Anthropocene solely to climate change, we fail to grasp the larger picture and won’t recognize what is truly as stake. It is true that climate change has been the primary rationale for the term’s coinage. Yet humans are altering the planet’s geology, ecosystems and biodiversity in numerous other ways that are either indirectly related to the warming planet or something quite different. These other anthropogenic impacts and threats for human survival are more recent and coincide with the burgeoning of post-industrial technology and humanity’s desire to conquer, dominate and manipulate Nature solely for its own greed and needs. Modernity moves further away from the natural fabric of life upon which our lives depend for survival. This trend continues to increase, even among the younger generations, which now spend less time playing outdoors and more time in front of computers, television sets and electronic games.
Richard Heinberg, a director at the Post Carbon Institute in California, warns that the continual expansion of modern civilization has long over-shot the Earth’s capacity to provide the necessary resources upon which our lives depend. This problem, argues Heinberg, is the result of a severe imbalance in our human systems. The problem was first laid bare in 1972, when a group of MIT researchers released the now prophetic study Limits of Growth. The report accurately predicted many of the threats our societies face due to resource depletion, food production, manufacturing industries, over population, rising pollution, etc. It was the first important study to confirm that our civilization’s worldview that there can be infinite economic progress that depends upon finite natural resources is a recipe for catastrophic collapse. For over forty years, leading ecologists have understood the human dilemma by systems thinking. In order to fully comprehend the big issues facing us, including our individual lives, it is imperative we put aside linear, rational thinking, and look at our problems systemically. This includes the many ways we understand our own health and the available solutions to tackling the problems of disease.”
the Anthropocene Age: Changing Climate, Shifts in the Planet’s Ecology
by Richard Gale and Dr. Gary Null Global Research, March 14, 2018
My fidelity to the negligence of the boomer-Generation populous, in general and specifically, is that they have failed themselves. We together have not gone head-long into the diaspora of contaminations will do us all in, one by one. The Ecology is not the ’environment’ and all boomers are not anywhere near professionals. Period. Creekways in bitchen-Cal (the California of let be rid fruit orchards now that water is being demised) is one senseless partaking and one non-Useless study aria of major concerns between Ecology that waz and industrialization that cannot always be trivial. My father wanted me to be well-Rounded, not always reading as though I did not appreciate poison-Oak and live-Oaks trees. Those trees were ‘strong’. And I had already clambored around the “outside” leaves, holding onto twigs and twigs and all-the-way around about 175 feet, before tucking back-in, and an alloting strength w american-Socialism: comparability.
Those protests against NSDU-238 from 1969 forward until I basically had to have 5-major operations—2011 thru 2018 present, none hopefully due being in the presence too long– of ‘radionuclides’ allowing military personnel to come rescue us like @ Frenchman’s Flat on 1969. Floundering against anti-War. No. The we-Boomers were borne from disaster is too much anarchyism. UN-fortunately, all presidents involved w wars-Warring (1979 thru present, 2018) now 39-years later cannot be said to have been we-Boomers, anyhow, they failed “us” americans of the Mejico, US and Canada we-Boomers do not need any but defense from NSDU-238. I informed us about the implausibilities of NSDU-238 that could be used, that were exported in 1972—not knowing that those kilograms landed in Doha, Iraq there, when shown 1981, by american-Soldiers. “R”
“MARCUS ERIKSEN: So, microplastics are small, broken-down fragments from larger items. Those are your secondary microplastics, formed by things falling apart. For example, in the oceans, we often find bottles. Here’s one bottle. You can see the edge is all bitten off. So, animals are tearing larger plastics into smaller bits. The sun breaks them down, makes them brittle. Waves then crush it. So what we’re finding is, a lot of the trash that leaves their land, out to sea via our rivers, are beginning to form bigger items into smaller items that microplastic forms near shore. By the time I get to the middle of the ocean, I’m hardly finding any big items—a few fishing buoys in nets—but a smog a small particles everywhere.
AMY GOODMAN: So, explain these microplastic beads everywhere.
MARCUS ERIKSEN: Well, the microbeads, that was a primary microplastic. They were designed to be small. And those are the ones that we saw in our facial scrubs and toothpaste. But Obama signed the Microbead-Free Waters Act in 2015. So, microbeads, we’ve been able to do away with, through some great campaigning. But the microplastics are just everything that breaks down into small particles. And we have found them in the middle of the oceans, all the five subtropical gyres, Antarctica, the Arctic. We have found them frozen in sea ice and the deep floor—deep sea floor sediments. So the distribution has gone global of these small bits, like as big as a grain of rice or smaller. They’re everywhere.
AMY GOODMAN: What is the impact of plastics on human beings, Marcus?
MARCUS ERIKSEN: On us, well, you can say it’s twofold. One is the issue of plastics as waste, that contaminates other living things, including fish, that the world depends on. You know, I think one-sixth of the planet gets their protein from fish. And we’re seeing this explosion, these clouds, this smog of microplastics, impacting the food chain. And the toxins that sticks to plastics are also polluting organisms in that food chain. But as a pre-consumer product, which you might grab off the shelf, we’re still finding some synthetic chemistry in those, like bisphenol A and phthalates, that you don’t want in your body or the bodies of your children. They’re endocrine disruptors. They’re carcinogenic. So there is the pre-consumer and the post-consumer impacts of throwaway plastics on human health.”
Earth Day 2018: Ending Plastic Pollution in the Oceans, Land & Our Bodies
democracy now! 20 apr 2018
The growth of lies, deceits, coupled propaganda w the US-Military by generalization of both society as well as anthropomorphic(s) or race is not yet integrated. But Psychology will allot formula as inauspicious as plausible illogic and rationale for an armed killing force utilizing NSDU-238 as first and thermonuclear as 2nd Defensive absolution. Was NSDU-238 used in 1973 Yom Kippur thru cIAS and DIAs intel-Gence, found usable because the fanatic-penataGooons knew that “directed energy Weapons”(recently invented) had become realizable as a ipsofacto, nonsense-defense nuclear-Molecular weapon to transposit the need for never having defense—since aggression was all that has/had been characterized from 1943 forward? This one factorable need to be answered? Whereupon by whom, all of us as we’re not dumb-fools.
“The causes of wars are complex. In some instances nations other than the U.S. may have been responsible for more deaths, but if the involvement of our nation appeared to have been a necessary cause of a war or conflict it was considered responsible for the deaths in it. In other words they probably would not have taken place if the U.S. had not used the heavy hand of its power. The military and economic power of the United States was crucial.
US Military © AFP 2015/ Noorullah Shirzada / FILES
This study reveals that U.S. military forces were directly responsible for about 10 to 15 million deaths during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and the two Iraq Wars. The Korean War also includes Chinese deaths while the Vietnam War also includes fatalities in Cambodia and Laos.
The American public probably is not aware of these numbers and knows even less about the proxy wars for which the United States is also responsible. In the latter wars there were between nine and 14 million deaths in Afghanistan, Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, East Timor, Guatemala, Indonesia, Pakistan and Sudan.
But the victims are not just from big nations or one part of the world. The remaining deaths were in smaller ones which constitute over half the total number of nations. Virtually all parts of the world have been the target of U.S. intervention.
The overall conclusion reached is that the United States most likely has been responsible since WWII for the deaths of between 20 and 30 million people in wars and conflicts scattered over the world.
To the families and friends of these victims it makes little difference whether the causes were U.S. military action, proxy military forces, the provision of U.S. military supplies or advisors, or other ways, such as economic pressures applied by our nation. They had to make decisions about other things such as finding lost loved
ones, whether to become refugees, and how to survive.
And the pain and anger is spread even further. Some authorities estimate that there are as many as 10 wounded for each person who dies in wars. Their visible, continued suffering is a continuing reminder to their fellow countrymen.”
US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations”
Since World War II Most Popular Global Research 2017 Articles,
By James A. Lucas, Global Research, April 15, 2018 Popular Resistance 27 November 2015 https://www.globalresearch.ca/us-has-killed-more-than-20-million-people-in-37-victim-nations-since-world-war-ii/5492051
Karl Marx was philosopher, a forward-Thinking person, who formidably may be called a progressive of his day—and time: era. Personally, I find that Marxism has become the best sidelight to journalism and “thought-Discourse” because he was definitively ‘anti-War’ and we need modern-Thinking, opinions, decision-practices rebuked when too bourgeois. See: my poetics here on-website. Also, Ecosocialism came about both by human-Ecology (by me and by many other boomers—as we became we-Boomers in 1967. ‘’I am, I gather, a legend of 950-protests in anti-Nuclearism, and was having times trying to adhere to rhetoric w fellow wirkers, those who are weldors, body shop metal-werkor’s, outdoors animal knowing carpenter’s, horse people—such as Texas was. I was abided in my geographies, as pilgrimage after pilgrimage, when we-People did turn out or many we-People had no idea that american-Socialist’s can made haybaler-Sense of partaking the Ecology, as well as holding forth in hundreds of townships in poetics—both writings and giving verse of existential-Philosopher’s choice forward definitions of Medicare, the garbage you pay into, but where’s the health remains non-Garbage! How? “R”
“In light of this dilemma, it would be conceivable to consider Marx solely as a scholar. He rejected any canonization and dogmatization of his theories – after all, that would compromise the very scientific character of his work. Before the eyes of those that invoked his writing, he professed that he himself was no Marxist. He expressly rejected the idea that his theories were an a priori construction, or even that they held the historical and philosophical key to every secret and had an answer ready to every question (“It’s the economy, stupid!”). He considered research and the conceptual penetration of the subject to be key points in materialistic attitudes to the world, and as relationships are changing as a result of human practices, materialist theory is not gradually merging with reality, moving toward a conclusive end; it is intrinsically linked with these practices, refining them and thus systematically remaining open.
Marx believed that he was contributing to an academic revolution. The object of his analysis was the capitalist mode of production in its ideal standard. After decades of academic research, he himself only managed to uncover parts of the “anatomy” of this mode of production, not the overall process, i.e. of capital and standard bourgeois society. He suggested this was the aspiration of his research programme. Despite a series of analyses of specific social struggles, he left behind no political, philosophical, legal or moral theories that were comparable with critiques of political economy; at best, they were possible avenues for exploration. Many who cited him and who comprised the Marxist school focused on expanding such analyses and even added several additional research fields.
Marx himself opted to observe economic conditions with all the precision and rigour of a scientist. At the same time, however, he stressed that the principles of the capitalist mode of production were transitory and that their inherent logic of capitalist reproduction would one day drive them to their limits. Such reflections are not the product of a philosophical consideration of history; rather, they are the result of sober, abstract and empirical analysis. Marx’s theory aims to make understandable precisely those internal dynamics by which the struggles within the capitalist mode of production were taking place. The problems created by the capitalist generation of wealth cannot be solved by the bourgeoisie, they can only be deferred. One could argue that Marx already considered that the knowledge he had developed would go some way to help solve these problems and that humanity thus had the means to change its own course. Of course, there is no way that Marx could have known the dimensions social relations would take within the class struggle. But he was able to name the consequences of the bourgeois idea of wealth and those contradictory movements which would lead to wealth being created: the compulsion for growth and the destruction of capital (i.e. factories, plants, workplaces, human skills), the constant alternation between prosperity and crises both large and small, market liberalization and regulation, democracies and dictatorships, unrest and repression, “surplus” and underpopulation, workers being granted a share of the wealth they had generated and their renewed impoverishment.
All of these and other movements were already taking shape during Marx’s lifetime. And he was constantly willing to flesh out his understanding of the ideal standard of the mode of capitalist production, that is to specify, firstly, what would inevitably and logically be its defining features; secondly, set out what the historical impacts of a specific society would be; and, thirdly, define rapidly moving current events. In light of where capitalism was on its historical trajectory, Marx was at the time unable to contribute any musings on the way in which the logic of accumulation, of the global market, of class relations and of the different forms of the capitalist state, as well as the many superstructures, were shifting. This led to premature revisions and to theories being refuted.
When during the era of the Fordist welfare state it was suggested that poor working conditions, unemployment, starvation wages and precarious pay structures were all a thing of the past, not only was this an attempt to whitewash the continuing structures of exploitation, violence and discipline; it was also an inadmissible generalization. This is because the contradictory movements were not suspended but reproduced on a larger and more destructive scale (democracy, human rights, and the expansion of access to education and mass consumption went hand in hand with ecological destruction, military conflict and genocide, authoritarianism and “surplus” population on an international scale) and today they affect the lives of the entire global population. Neoliberal policies have resulted in a resurgence of precarious living conditions, such as low wages, insecure prospects, exhausting working conditions and rising competition among labourers, including for many wage earners in developed capitalist states. Marx was neither an evolutionist nor was he a voluntarist; his academic opinions and his political analyses and activities aimed to contribute to a social organization in which people could live with one another free from all forms of domination.”
Marx’s Theory and Philosophy of Praxis: Between academia and ideology Theory: Theorists of Conscious Praxis to Redefine Structures
April 20, 2018 Alex Demirović
Today, 23 April 2018, there was a public announcement that there was commitment by North Korea, to halt further nuclear-Missiles tests, to stop building nuclear-Molecular: bombs, and that askance. The u.s.a ought not abstain from Iran’s signage for NPT, and CTBT we ought abide; and, the accord between Iran and u.s.a that Ohh-bom-bah-bin-dingy had signed—altho he shuld have been impeached for “drone weddings” that which we understand was his ‘personal’ vendetta. tRumpeteR is no better. He’s missile’d Syria from US-warships w.o. declaration of war, thus remaining UN-constitutional. May be he cannot rad what is lawful and just mouth-off as bin-Dingy had done. “R”
“Since states parties to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) last met in 2017, there have been changes on the nuclear disarmament landscape.
Most notable is the adoption in July 2017 of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), which outlaws the development, possession, use, and threat of use of nuclear weapons. This Treaty is the outcome of years of discussion on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons and the recognition that the only way to prevent these weapons from being used is to prohibit and eliminate them. Two-thirds of UN member states adopted the Treaty and momentum continues to build as more states sign and ratify it—more are expected to do so imminently.
Nuclear-armed states or those that include nuclear weapons in their security doctrines continue to view the TPNW as distracting or even damaging to the disarmament community and international security. In their strange calculus, more nuclear weapons make our world safer. They have argued that the Treaty and its proponents have created divisions in the international community and that the TPNW challenges the NPT.
This is inaccurate. Divided and differing views about nuclear weapons have always existed. What has changed in the last year is that states and other actors have at last given voice to their collective dissatisfaction by developing a new legal instrument that delegitimises nuclear weapons and makes them illegal, in order to fill a gap in international law and complement the NPT.1 Let’s not forget that the NPT itself sets out both the rationale and obligation to ban nuclear weapons and highlights the catastrophic consequences of the use of nuclear weapons as motivation for preventing proliferation and achieving disarmament. This is also a primary motivation of the TPNW. As stipulated in article VI of the NPT, it is the responsibility of all states to make progress towards negotiations on nuclear disarmament. Any step towards the categorical prohibition of nuclear weapons is consistent with the NPT and constitutes an “effective measure” such as referred to in article VI. Several states and civil society look forward to seeing the positive interplay between the NPT and TPNW unfold, such as with other agreements that reinforce NPT provisions.
It’s really the areas where there has been no change that states parties should focus on most. Many of the challenges and priorities facing this review cycle are found in unfulfilled commitments, actions not taken, and political deadlock.2 The action plan from the 2010 NPT Review Conference remains only partially implemented. Only five of 22 action points on disarmament actions saw substantial forward movement. The non-nuclear-armed states parties who maintain a doctrine of “extended nuclear deterrence” have shown no signs of movement towards diminishing the role of nuclear weapons in their military concepts. Many, in fact, have become even more resolute in their defence of nuclear weapons as legitimate and necessary. All nuclear-armed states parties are “modernising”’ and in some cases expanding their arsenals of warheads and delivery systems.
The longstanding, unresolved issue of a nuclear weapon free zone in the Middle East is a priority for states parties. Progress has been stilted yet it will be challenging to progress that issue at this conference, given the uncertain future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The next deadline for the United States to recertify the deal and waive its sanctions on Iran is just a week after the end of the PrepCom. It’s no secret that the current US administration does not see value in the JCPOA, despite the efforts of other partners to ensure it continues to hold. The collapse of the JCPOA would, in the immediate term, put an end to the controls it established on Iran’s nuclear programme but more broadly, impact regional stability, complicating the potential for progress on relevant NPT commitments.3 There are warnings of a nuclear crisis.
This may also, in turn, influence upcoming talks between the leaders of the US and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), in the sense that the DPRK may re-consider its newfound support for denuclearisation and trust in the international community.4 The still tenuous yet improving relationships between DPRK and South Korea, and DPRK and the US, as well steps toward ending testing and development are extremely welcome and to be encouraged. Yet they are also very fragile. It is anticipated that there could be a ripple effect into the conference room from the inter-Korean summit on 27 April.
Between what has changed and what remains the same, what is constant is achieving nuclear disarmament now, amidst rising tensions and increasingly aggressive use of force around the world, is more important than ever.”
NPT News in Review Vol. 15, No. 1NPT 2018: Focus on what really matters
Allison Pytlak | Reaching Critical Will of WILPF
The hardly profound and hardly “funky” extermination of natural-Species is an intolerable amount per annum. The past, 2017, has shown us. Read the following. I’ve wondered why I cannot have access to B.L.M. lands, as I like to leave bones for the coyotes. As all annums, coyote’s feed on after-birth of pronghorns in first week of June. I’ve related to some mass killings of that species (8-10-16) gunned by cattle caretakers, who sense that any natural-animal is a disgust to the barren grasses of WYoming in the first place.
The prairie dog populations have been moved, removed, shot, gassed as the u.s.a. highways systems is anti-Holey. First of all, what have the cod-Reins/chem-tRails been doing to these species to continue an illicit extermination (almost private hunt” from w.i. the Forest Service and w.i. Dept. of Agriculture not Dept. of Interior)?
Secondly, the Ag Dept is too-used-to-funds from a government always at war. Time to stay w Center for Biological Diversity, as diversity alone is being subterrfuged. “R”
Wildlife Services Killed 1.3 Million Native Animals in 2017, Including Coyotes,
Center for Biological Diversity
Nuclear Free Zone
not pedantic entreaty of nowhere is nonsense / hep-Definition of a-Thing—
I keep gettin’ words handed down
that have empathy and meanings
coupled to Existentialism. Like, ban-the-bOMb-sYmBoL-is: b-a-n!
Which id-Al is…look out & four “backlash” …dig. A some-One:
…pedagogical-Soul, laid this excise
on me in 1959. I just added the shovel
“part”? (words had meanings
off the ice-Cream dried concrete-Grey sidewalks
of Sausalito, outside the espresso-Coffee: haus’,
where abstract-Expressionism surreality laid-Bare
the testimonial in large canvases of color on walls
hung inside—for p-e-a-c-e sea, I forget the salt…
adept pronunciation, though two-Fingers, held
So—during the daytime, words flowed from mouths w minds’ attachment. You mean, like radiation is radio-Activity w.o. the fm-Tuned to nuclear-Ambition! Hey, daddio, like dig-On—
words in a paragraph, once-a-year!
written by “R” Addison, 8-24-08 @ 384 © apeco ®
note: Nuclear Free Zone not pedantic entreaty of nowhere is nonsense, this shall be the first line on my “website” as all fractions of remise are entwined to ink the fullest “overture” of nuclear-Animosity, while w mOM’s sanguine recondite “conundrun-Excess is not up-Tightness” or “one should not be a conundrum to oneself”, as she’d told me in high-School; yet, uptight was how my kid-Sister was yesterday, referring to expediency to make amalgams to not amend words missed!
[i] Copyright © 1998 The Brookings Institution