America's Night of the Living Dead Moment Has ArrivedSubmitted by zooamerica on Tue, 06/10/2014 - 20:55
Ever get the feeling that you're being surrounded by human zombies?
I have always brushed that feeling off, as if to say, "Nah, never gonna' happen here, most people are good at heart."
I can't help but notice that something really isn't right in America tonight. I've always been the optimist, but after what has transpired in the last few days on a national and personal level, I can't dismiss the obvious trend that seems to be singing to me like the bird in my backyard on repeat, chirping the same message over and over again.
Zombie culture is cool now. Parents proudly display, "Zomby Family," decals on their vehicles. Dressing up like the Joker and his mistress is the in thing, take a selfie, murder some people, and have a Big Mac. Why not?
The, "law," no longer applies as the president has shown.
Whoever said, 'majority rules,' was a weak individual.
The majority sucks, literally and figuratively.
Is a majority of the public loco en la cabeza en los Estados Unidos?
Is America about to enter Hugo Chavezland? Yes, I know he's dead. That's kind of my point.
A supposedly, "dead," system of governance (call it what you want) is making an attempt at taking us over using the zombie public.
When watching, "Night of the Living Dead," I can't help but think of that movie as being a gigantic political metaphor.
How did the people defeat the walking dead zombies?
Guns played a large roll.
But then the people used their guns to kill a good guy at the end.
It was a double edged sword of an ending with a warning:
Fight the zombies, but don't act like them in doing so.
If I could speak for everyone here at the Daily Paul, WE DO NOT CONDONE VIOLENCE.
Anyone who does shot the good guy at the end.