Internet Opportunist Hack Calls For Unarmed March On State CapitolsSubmitted by Chris Concomitantski on Tue, 05/28/2013 - 05:40
Sporting a stubly chin and shiny pate, internet forum muckraker and rabblerouser Chris Cudnoski had, until recently, kept a respectful distance from polite internet society, sticking mainly to such fringe sites as dailypaul.com and trolling of his own blog, www.ipunchedoutjesseventura.wordpress.com.
But in the last year or so Mr. Cudnoski's confidence has grown faster than his ear hair as he slowly gained credibility by posting and opining on such serious topics as PTSD, objectivism, life and death, while at the same time soiling the swimming pool with such swill as
-A call to abolish the third amendment
-99% taxation to grow the economy
-His assertion that crazy people have rights
...and apparently it is considered OK for him to hold these far out views in America, as long as you don't ask anybody to actually do something.
But now he is taking it to a new level. With warm weather approaching most good quiet Americans make sane plans like going to the beach and sitting under an umbrella wearing sunscreen. Mr. Cudnoski plans to march on his state capitol, with his arms handcuffed behind him, on America's most revered mid-week drinking holiday, the fourth of July.
And he's refusing to first prove that it is actually a good idea by doing it alone and not telling anyone about it. Instead, he is inviting his demented horde of web-groupie followers, his 'Panda Posse', among them people who think they are ducks, founders of Ron Paul fansites, and a fish cultist, to join him in his unarmed march.
No one is questioning Chris Cudnoski's patriotism, or his sincerity, or his libertarian ideals as expressed through his complete avoidance of fashion.
What we can question, however, is not just whether he thought of all the possible consequences of his actions for himself and his followers immediately, but also whether the long-term consequences for himself would be should any worst-case scenario evolve, and someone gets physically hurt.
In his defense, some would say a demonstration itself of his innate and inane insanity, some of Cudnoski's very own words:
"If I am a slave to my government then here are my chains. If I am a creation of the state then here is my body. If the state is at war with me then here is my surrender. I will not pretend. I will not avoid reality. I will not live a lie."