The Labor of Sisyphus

by James M. Craven

February 16, 2004   


        From the genocidal Puritans,
and all the misery—and wealth—their genocide brought,
        to the occultist Masonics and Illuminati,
and the "Founding Families" of the Republic
—slaveholders, oligarchs, elitists and predators all,
        to the opium trade of the 1800s,
and all the misery—and wealth—that it brought,
        to the "Indian Wars,"
"redskins," decapitated dead, stolen skulls,
"research" for a twisted "skull science,"
and "proof" of preordination to supremacy and rule,
        to plunder and "extraterritoriality,"
throughout the continents,
and all the misery—and wealth—that brought,
        to the financing, of all sides,
of the "Great" War,
and all the misery—and wealth—that brought,
        to the looting and desecration of the tomb,
of a great Warrior,
as if, possessing his skull and other remains,
could give them his great spirit and power,
or even his stature,
        to the vicious Thule society,
and the financing of its offspring,
the evil one, Hitler,
early on, when "IT," and ITs kind, could have been stopped,
        to the eugenics movement,
the sterilizations of many innocents,
lacking the "right breeding," they said,
as if these preppy in-breds,
were anything to write home about,
        to the plot to overthrow FDR,
to set up a system, like that of the evil one,
the fascist cancer, they continued to finance,
and profit nicely from,
        to the atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki,
in no way "military necessity"
—final shots of a global war—
but rather,
the opening shots of a new war,
and the opening of a deadly "Pandora's Box,"
that continues to threaten human survival,
        to the use of the poor and downtrodden,
as subjects of "medical" experimentation,
to provide "proof" of their "superiority,"
and preordination to rule,
        to the hiding of nazi criminals,
justly wanted for only a portion of their crimes,
to hide their own complicity,
and their own crimes,
        to the creation of many fronts,
wearing many masks,
in business, media and government,
hiding intentions and capabilities
as ugly and deadly as those,
behind the masks,
        to the "New Order,"
as ominous-sounding,
and with the same intentions,
as when the nazis used the term,
        to the present,
the illusion of "choice,"
from a rigged menu,
heads we win, tales you lose,
cover the thesis,
manage the inevitable—the antithesis—
thus engineering,
a synthesis,
to become the new order,
of the "chosen" and preordained,
always in their interests,
and of their choosing,
until their masks are ripped away,
and they face their real destiny,
that for which they were really preordained,
judgment in a higher court,
even they cannot contrive and control,
with their own illusions and intentions,
as dead as the skulls and bones,
and their quest for immortality,
through their "Tomb,"
their money and power,
cannot buy eternal life,
they labor,
like the labor of Sisyphus.

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James M. Craven (Omahkohkiaayo-i'poyi) is a member of the Blackfoot Nation and a Professor of Economics, Business Division Chair, Clark College, Vancouver, WA. Biographical Subject in Marquis "Who's Who" in: The World; America; The West; Science and Engineering, and Finance and Industry. A longer bio is available at http://www.home.earthlink.net/~blkfoot5.

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