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     “We have the best infantry in the world because every American can shoot someone without thinking about it. Everyone here plays video games, and there’s violence on TV all the time. Of course, most of them go crazy afterwards because it’s not a video game. You can kill someone in a video game, but once you do it to a living person in the real, physical world, it goes into your memory bank—and doesn’t leave.
     “We also have more PTSD than other armies, because it’s almost impossible to kill an American soldier in the field since our technology is so good. But that just means we experience more combat before we have to go back, so we have more time to get traumatized. Most American casualties are due to madness—PTSD. That’s why we veterans don’t get jobs: other Americans are afraid of us because we’re crazy. We’ve been out in the world, outside of TV. We don’t fit in the workplace: In the American empire more than 70% of the jobs are service jobs, and you’re supposed to like everybody. But when you’re a veteran, you don’t like everybody. Your brain has been changed by what you did over there—it’s been rewired. They don’t have a treatment for that. They have rapid eye movement therapy, and I’ve done that. It takes the edge off, but you never go back to being the same person you were before.”

Braintree, MA

AMBER ALERT in Braintree, MA. Sarah and Patrick McGuin [sp?], last seen in Braintree, MA around the area of Hawthorne Rd.
10 and 8 year old Vietnamese children.
Potentially with John Lockwood, white, 5'7", light brown hair.
Look for a light brown BMW, Massachusetts plates: 478 RF8.

Police officers advise that you call 911 immediately upon sighting this vehicle/these people. 

     “This is the only country in the world that puts its veterans on the street. Even in the Soviet Union, after the Great Patriotic War, it was considered a scandal if one of its veterans lost heat and froze to death in his own apartment. The idea of freezing to death on the side of the road in a cardboard box—that could not be imagined, even there.
     “The American empire just squeezes everything it needs out of you, and then you’re no longer relevant. It’s really that rage that makes me move the shopping carts—I need them to see me do it. They need to know that I am a living person. Only in America can you fulfill your federal service and still not be anybody. Remember, there are no codes of honor here. Your only value is your service: that you are part of a church, or an association, in other words, that you have a life. I take part in a center for acupuncture, but no one pays me. I do it simply so I can have a life, so that when people ask me what I do, I can say something. A lot of homeless people get into trouble simply so they can become visible. They get into fights, break things, because they want to be people again. That’s why these Mexicans who are working our fields are nothing—they are literally nothing. They don’t have lives.“
     “But they provide a service.”
     “No. It’s never seen. There’s no TV program called Strawberry Pickers or Lettuce Pickers. You don’t see a reality show about that. You have to look very hard on the Internet to see pictures of them—it’s all screened out. They don’t have lives. They are outside of the matrix. They’re literally invisible, and that’s great for the oligarchs.”

Braintree, MA

 

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Nick Santino (A Rocket to the Moon) - Give A Damn

    “This is one of the few states in the country where cops don’t point guns at me. In many other states, I always have a cop aiming a gun at me, and then they want to know why I’m there and what I’m doing. I don’t like it.”

Braintree, MA

     “Don’t let them make you happy. Because then they will have your soul. They will take everything you are. You will have no past, no history, no memories. But you will have a life. You will run in the hamster wheel for the rest of your life, and you will always be scared and happy—like a little kid. They want everybody to be happy. And they will study you. They will look into your soul, and they will find out what you want, what you will sell out for, and they will make it happen. You mustn’t let them make you happy. Don’t do that. Kids are happy. You can’t be a grown man if you’re happy all the time. Americans say that life is short, and what it means is that they are happy. And when you are happy, there are no memories, no experience. The days go by like video clips and flow into each other, and you get old before you know.
     “Americans sell out when they become happy. Black people used to be the obdurate community of the American system. They were the people who were going to bring down America. But now they have hip-hop. And they are happy. That’s what the system wants. Then you’re not a threat. You are happy. There were no happy revolutionaries. There were no happy rebels. If you asked me half a century ago, I would’ve told you that black people would never sell out, they would never become happy—because their history is so bitter. But they did. Now I can’t talk even to black people in America this way. I might find one guy a year. Because now we have a black president; therefore, everything is fine. Everything is just fine. Yes, there’s some unrest in Jefferson, but that’s about it. We may end up with Hillary Clinton as president for that reason. If Hillary becomes president, all the feminists will be assimilated. They will be happy.
     “I don’t want to be happy. This life that’s created for us is not for that. The whole point of struggling is that you grow up and mature and become a better person. A lot of us sell out when we get too old to be on our own. They put us in nursing homes and they keep us busy, they entertain us, they bring clowns over, make us do crafts. I’d rather freeze to death under a bridge.”

Braintree, MA