The Big Lie - The Daily Beast
Michael Thomas writes beautiful prose. His description of the violence that will follow the soon-to-be uprising will be a spendid rebuttal to more than 30 years of greed and graft. Recently, I watched a wonderful BBC series about the great writers of the Romantic period. William Wordsworth went to Paris to witness the French Revolution first-hand. The relentless bloodletting got to him and he fled back to England. When I peel back the layers of bankers, lobbyists, politicians, and media who participated in the raping of the world, I can understand the need for the wet work. I expect when the killing starts it will be very bad indeed, only stopping after tellers and security guards litter the tops of the piles.