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Sur la Lune

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Let’s put on monocles, protract roll call,
and, in the tattered photo’s many greys,
count them in striped pajamas and berets,
these savant-frauds flogged by the wind of fall.

Daltons, Robespierres they are, experts in tune
with the great socialist experiment
who rescue boatloads to our detriment.
Let’s hoist them high and put them on the moon.

No furnace for these kosher cops and reds,
no smoke for trans-totalitarians,
only light as pale as Aryans,
and, stardust, frozen-over river beds.

March 7-9, 2018


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  1. Vehmgericht
    Posted March 12, 2018 at 8:04 am | Permalink

    Ha, careful with the Schadenfreude! Has Counter-Currents been flagged as a Hate Site yet?

    Joking aside, and in our defence: Ursula Le Guin’s The Dispossesed has an Earth-like planet where the Odonists — anarcho-syndicalists — are voluntarily removed to the semi-habitable moon.

    Later on a certain Shevek, a sabra-like figure and brilliant mathematician (aren’t they all?), travels in the opposite direction. The novel follow his divagations as he struggles to invent a faster-than-lightspeed communications device (the ‘Ansible’) and stirs up political trouble for his hosts.

    Perhaps lunar exile is not the answer. Recommended read.

  2. Born Red Pilled
    Posted March 12, 2018 at 7:48 am | Permalink

    Nice job. Better yet, they’re headed clear to Mars! Elon musk has announced that tourist trips to Mars will be a reality by 2019. Could there be better evidence that we live in a delusional society?

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