The intellectual revolution against the government of thugs, by thugs, for thugs.
US Presidential candidate Apollo Marianto battles the camouflage used by statists to tyrannize: business’s Goliath image. Having a monopoly on coercive power, only the government can become a Goliath.
Government-Goliath has terrorized job creators for decades. Corporate America, the Royal Serf, is under a bipartisan dictatorship. The Republican and Democratic Parties champion extortion and coercion. Declaring war on productive citizens, both have arrogated the power to control and dispose of private property.
Apollo declares: “Practical politics can be based only on reality, reason, and logic. The MikeMilkenist Party is grounded in the Declaration of Independence and the philosophy of Objectivism, thus advocates the only economic system accordant with individual rights: capitalism.
To uphold inalienable rights and obliterate all taxes: let us constitutionalize coercion-free economics and absolute property rights.”
British Prime Minister Ian Washington proclaims: “Individual rights are not subject to a public vote. The individual is sovereign – his life belongs to him, not to the state.” King William, the Commander in Chief of the British armed forces, agrees.
Apollo and Ian fight for equal inherent inalienable rights, but they are in the crosshairs of a perfect assassin and a powerful quartet. Terror is unleashed, using the British Crown Prince desirous of freeing a royal serf of tradition, duty, and public opinion: himself.
Apollo and Ian must choose: Freedom or Prince George and Prince Hari.
Apollo adores the beau ideal dragooned to kill him. Ian loves the perfect assassin.
The world’s work needs to be done
They toil, the glorious ones
For life’s comforts, jobs, and gems
Thank you, dear Businessmen.
Though shackled, their toil goes on
Unleash these noble Dons
Tyrants’ bashing must now end
Hands off the Businessmen!
The world is blind, soon it shall see
The Royal Serfs shall then be free
Hated as selfish, hogtied as greedy
Soar proudly, Businessmen, enjoy the glory.
Copyright © 2009 Ilyn Ross
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