Four or five years ago I wrote a [rough first draft of a] script where an evil genius—creatively named “Mr. X”—attempts to destroy a once-great city-state by blowing up Ellis Dam and drowning the city in the Great Brown Goo. His motivation? Simple: He was a power-hungry psychopath who hated the free people of the “Metropolis of Kindred Spirits” (MKS). So his life’s passion was to humiliate them, destroy their beloved city, and subjugate them to his whims and wrath—by undermining their system of law and order, inciting chaos everywhere possible, and thereby justifying the release of Leviathan, over which he held sole control.
It was meant to be a sardonic take on where liberalism was taking us, replete with little parodic scenes, like Feds raiding kids’ lemonade stands, normalization of pedophilia, legalized “ex utero abortion”, etc.
At the moment, I can’t think of a single thing I wrote in that script—with the intention of being pure hyperbole—that has not since come to pass. (Subsequently, I’ve never bothered to revise and polish it up, as it now all seems moot.)
This evening, our petty little dictator/Affirmative-Action-Poster-Child-in-Chief will reveal his imperial decree that will essentially accomplish Mr. X’s aims. He has put out the honeypot to attract the vermin, and tonight he’ll grant them amnesty—loose them to swamp what remains of traditional (read: white) America.
Nearly contemporaneous with this (or so I guess), will be the acquittal of Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, blowing the lid off the racial pressure cooker there and commencing race riots the likes of which we have not seen since LA ’92—which may very well metastasize around the country.
Let it not be lost on anyone that the same hateful little half-breed that is submerging us under the Great Brown Goo by executive fiat is also the one stoking the anti-white racial flames in Ferguson.
This is, to use the late, great Sam Francis’s terminology, anarcho-tyranny in action.
What we have in this country today, then, is both anarchy (the failure of the state to enforce the laws) and, at the same time, tyranny—the enforcement of laws by the state for oppressive purposes… In a word, anarcho-tyranny.
– Samuel Francis, Synthesizing Tyranny, April 2005
PS: What happened to Mr. X and his evil plans, you may ask? I feel it’s a bit too…”subversive”… to divulge here, but let’s just say it didn’t work out quite like he expected.