Lenin: Toiling masses of Piscataway, New Jersey! Where can I find your Mayor Brian C. Wahler, the Great Hero of Expropriation and Collectivization?
Mayor Brian C. Wahler: Lenin? I can't believe it! Just like the picture on my desk!
Lenin: Comrade Wahler! On behalf of all the progressive, the useless, and the lazy people of the world, let me present you with this Award honoring your commitment to the cause of Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Kim Il Sung, Fidel Castro, and Che Guevara! And Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe also send their warmest regards.
Mayor Wahler: But I'm just a small-time mayor. I only expropriated the last operating farm in Piscataway that sold eggs and gave pony rides to kids. It's nothing compared to the great deeds of Stalin, Castro, and Hugo Chavez!
Lenin: Come on comrade! Even the longest journey begins with a small step. A small step for New Jersey is a huge step for mankind.
Mayor Wahler: I guess you're right. The people of Piscataway will no longer stay awake at night worrying about private entrepreneurship, independent farming, or capitalist speculations taking place in their town. Instead, empty space, without impure selfish motivations, will replace this historic farm.
Mayor Wahler: And who's that guy in a cossack hat that looks like he's jumped from Battleship Potemkin? He creeps me out.
Lenin: Oooh, that is a great hero of Forced Collectivization. In the Motherland, he packed the kulaks in box cars by the thousands and shipped them off to Siberia for refusing to give up their farms to the People's government.
Mayor Wahler: I like that. But please translate to him that a communist uprising in Piscataway would be unnecessary because the power already is in the hands of the People's Commissars.
Lenin: Let's cut to the chase, comrade. You made a point that property is truly collective possession and cannot be private. Then you showed that the local law is on the side of the revolution. And finally, you reminded everybody of the role of the Big Brother with guns. You made the bourgeoisie of New Jersey cower in their holes and fear the people's wrath. You are a true hero, comrade!
Mayor Wahler: I pledge allegiance to the red flag of the revolution and the hammer and sickle for which it stands, one collective under the Party, split into victim groups, according to their needs for all!
Lenin: I declare you Great Hero of Communist Revolution. You must kiss the prize.
Mayor Wahler: Mom? You won't believe this. Guess who just gave me People's Award for Expropriation and Confiscation!
Mayor Wahler: Remember, Mom, how I always told you that going to a liberal college with Marxist professors would pay back?
Lenin: Unwashed masses of New Jersey! Workers, peasants, and toiling intelligentsia - I bring you Comrade Mayor!
Lenin: Comrade Wahler will also make everyone in Piscataway use the metric system and will replace the oppressive English alphabet with a Cyrillic one!
Mayor Wahler: Do you think the New York Times will write about this?
Logan Clements: And what did you do with the uncooperative capitalist pig who owned the farm?
Mayor Wahler: He kept the farm in the family for almost 100 years - that's long enough to be offensive by any progressive measure.
Mayor Wahler: The swine native to the farm will be taken care of with the iron fist of revolutionary justice - and so will you, mister, if you don't back off! Give me that camera!
Members of the Piscataway Secret Police (PSP) appear on the scene to prevent any free press violations.
People's Policeperson: I'm going to count to twenty and you'd better be out of here.
Policeperson explains the legal nuances and local Piscataway interpretation of eminent domain law to the media: One, two, three, four, five, six...
Logan Clements: I'm going to stay all day at this fair! We are standing on public ground, in public place, and we are representatives of the media covering a story about a public official. In the name of a once-popular document called the Constitution with its provisions of freedom of the press and freedom of speech, please leave us alone!
Policeperson: Wa-a-a-a! Why did you come here, you heartless capitalist pig, to ruin the celebration of the Common Good? Why don't YOU leave us alone?
Logan Clements: I'll have to obey because you have guns.
Policeperson: Guns? Who said anything about guns?
Logan Clements: There are only two means by which men can deal with one another: guns or logic. Those who know that they cannot win by means of logic, have always resorted to guns.
At that point Lenin, bored and feeling like going home to eat a caviar sandwich, employed the third means of dealing with people: his famous mind-controlling Beam of the People
Policeperson and Mayor Wahler: We're sorry, Mr. Clements. We don't know what's gotten into us...
Afraid of Great Lenin, Piscataway police force panicked and scurried away.
Policeperson: Stop! Don't leave me behind, I'm scared too!
And in the end everybody danced the People's dance "Kalinka" to the merry accompaniment of the Marching Harmonica Army.
Long live Communist Revolution in Piscataway,
People's Award for Expropriation and Confiscation (by anonymous proletarian artist)
Mayor Brian C. Wahler confiscated the last farm in Piscataway that, according to the NJ Star Ledger, "features egg sales, horse and pony rides, a horseback riding academy, horse boarding and grazing and hay rides." With a little help from our friend Eminent Domain, the Democrat-monopolized city council, and NJ courts, Comrade Mayor pushed ahead with his plans for a Socialist utopia in New Jersey - a big empty space in its place.
Lenin: the deity of earth, toil, and light bulbs, the giver of beets, vodka, and happiness. A principal deity of the Soviet People who worshiped his mummy while believing he was still alive. Lenin's birthday is an important Marxist festival, also known as Sacrificial Earth Shoveling, or simply Earth Day. (The People's Glossary™) Visit Lenin's own blog! Russian Mushroom
Logan Clements is an operative of free starmedia.com (watch this video), a subversive organization focused on shining a light on the successes of collectivization in America as implemented by our comrades like Mayor Wahler. Mr Clements, funded exclusively by a joint venture of Halliburton and the NSA, is obviously wishing to be a martyr on the altar of the Revolution, something the Party's hands are itching to employ more rapidly. A taskforce within the Party (once known as Communists For Kerry) has initiated proceedings to get the Cube rolling towards Mr Clements' door.
An alternate narration of this episode by Logan Clements (FoxNews style)
Logan Darrow Clements here, reporting from an undisclosed location on the East Coast: The adrenaline is still pumping through my veins. Today, my camera crew and I attended a street fair in Piscataway, New Jersey. Our purpose was to ask Mayor Brian C. Wahler why he is using eminent domain to take away a family farm from its rightful owners - the Halpers.
We found Mayor Wahler and started questioning him. He walked away. We followed him and kept questioning him. Within a few moments police officers confronted us. The mayor kept walking away and I kept asking him questions. He stopped again and I asked him once more why he was taking the Halper's farm. Wahler's answer was that the farm was being taken for "open spaces". When I indicated that a farm is already an open space he walked off again.
Now a large group of police officers surrounded my two cameramen and myself. The police formed a circle around us and demanded our identification papers. We refused. One of the officers grabbed my arm as if to take me away. Other officers did their best to block the cameras.
Someone at the street fair turned up the music to try to ruin our audio. (The song lyrics, by some amazing coincidence were, "It's getting hot, hot, hot.")
Now the police tried to separate me from the camera men. I guess their plan was divide and conquer. By now we were surrounded by an even larger swarm of police officers that were demanding our identification papers while at the same time demanding that we leave.
I made reference to a once-popular document called the Constitution with its provisions of freedom of the press and freedom of speech. This was of little interest to the police officers surrounding us. "I'm going to count to twenty and you'd better be out of here" said one officer. I responded, "I'm going to stay all day at this fair! We are standing on public ground, in public place, and we are representatives of the media covering a story about a public official. Leave us alone!" (or something to that effect, you'll see it in the movie)
The police officers were getting more and more aggressive. Then they switched their tactics. They were determined to detain us! All this time they kept demanding our identification papers. Now I realized we had to get out of there. We had cameras - they had guns.
Given the behavior of this mob of police officers it wouldn't surprise me if threw us in jail, took our cameras, or worse yet - got the tapes. Through careful discussion on my part, and confusion on their part, I negotiated our release.
We walked at a brisk pace out of the fair. Once we got behind some trees and out of sight of the police we ran to our cars. I knew they would try to get the tapes. One cameraman and I jumped in the car. The other cameraman got to his car. Sure enough an officer started running toward our cars. We put the car in gear and peeled out of the parking lot.
As we pulled onto the street another police officer ran towards us as if to block our escape. We made it past him. As I looked back in my rear view mirror I could see the officer standing in the middle of the road writing down my license plate number. But that didn't matter - got the tapes out!
I'm scheduled to appear on FoxNews Channel's Hannity and Colmes program this Monday 5/15. On the show I plan to play short clips of my movie-in-progress. The day before we were in South Bound Brook, New Jersey and caught the police on video right at the moment that they evicted a man from his house and changed the locks. His house will be demolished for a shopping center. Even if you don't have cable TV you can always watch Hannity & Colmes on their website However, I might get bumped off the Monday schedule by other stories.
|Logan Darrow Clements of Freestar Media wants to build the Lost Liberty Hotel on the property of Supreme court Judge David Souter, one of five "liberal" Judges who voted for the new eminent domain law allowing a private company to take your private property (land) under the auspices of community improvement.|
Collective possession. Cannot be private. The false concept of private property is a Big Lie. No one has the moral right to claim ownership to the world's limited resources that belong to everybody.
Movement towards The Greater Good™. Anything that destabilizes, defiles, sabotages, weakens, disrupts, impairs, or in any way undermines American capitalism, is progress.
Redistribution of Wealth
Act of returning world's resources to rightful owners, the People. Must be performed regardless of one's input in order better to erase the false concept of private property. It is constantly under attack by the right-wing ideologues for threatening capitalism's vile celebration of self-interest and individualism. A model of a world-wide wealth redistribution system is being successfully implemented by the United Nations. Equitable society of the future will have no redistribution of wealth because there will be nothing to distribute. The government, the People's only employer, will have a simple distribution system that will reward obedience and punish dissent.
Revolutionary theory according to which the more money one makes the less there is left for others (see Zero-Sum). The most important implication of Marxism is that it gives us a moral right to seize other people's property. Although people have always intuitively longed to liberate public property from private pockets (see Spontaneous Marxism), Karl Marx has provided a moral and philosophical foundation for such urges. Another important scientific discovery that Marx made was that our right to other people's property can be institutionalized through revolution, followed by a dictatorship of the proletariat, i.e., the rule of political commissars unrestrained by bourgeois morals.
Any progressive who takes the Collectivist, Marxist message to any public forum. Commonly referred to as Peace Activist, Environmental Activist or Important Intellectual of our Time. Never to be confused with: Hateful Violent Reactionary Mob
|Special thanks to Kommander Djin for photographs and other materials|
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