Monuments of Aristocratic Might and Lower-Class Deaths


Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling Washington DC has again become a monument of aristocratic might and lower-class deaths. But since too much knowledge and reality ignites insurrection, the recent political self-immolation in front of the U.S. Capitol building must be depoliticized. Also, the seat of a superpower, with all of its trappings of an imperial city and military hubris, must frame the gyrocopter dissenter landing on the west lawn in a threatening and national security narrative. Leo P. Thornton, a 22-year old man from Lincolnwood, Illinois, took his own life with a gun while a protest sign was taped to his hand. The sign read: “Tax the One Percent.” A list of political…
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