Shakespeare on the Pleasure of Cursing (in Winter)

Well could I curse away a winter's night though standing naked on a mountain top“Well could I curse away a winter’s night,
Though standing naked on a mountain top,
Where biting cold would never let grass grow,
And think it but a minute spent in sport”

(King Henry VI part 2, act 3, sc. 2)

Comments. In this, our post-Orwellian world, officially informed by refined state propaganda – where the art of censorship by omission has reached perfection, where a system of international murder is called “dispositive matrix”, where social crimes are sanitized by the name of “austerity”, where “humanitarian intervention” is a wretched euphemism for wholesale murder and elimination of regimes unpleasing to the empire, where truth telling is a threat (see Bradley Manning and Julian Assange), where the slavery of the mind has replaced the slavery of old ( see previous blog), where the military has spent 4.5 billion $ in the last 4 years to sell the public on lies, on “perpetual war” etc. etc. ….. many will share Suffolk’s ideas, as they watch impotent the progress of evil on a world scale.

Tips for Use.  General feeling shared by many when witnessing impotent the misdeed, the crimes and the attempts of the Petrochemical-Pharmaceutical-Military-Industrial-Transnational-Corporate-Fascist-Elite-Sons of Bitches to normalize the unthinkable

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In the play.  The Duke of Suffolk to Queen Margaret on his wish to curse the enemies that had him banished.

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