Paris Hilton vs. Anarcho-Syndicalism

Paris HiltonaaAnarcho-Syndicalism

“It’s traditional for an heiress to be raised in a sheltered way. No one thinks that’s true of me, but it actually was.”

“No government fights fascism to destroy it. When the bourgeoisie sees that power is slipping out of its hands, it brings up fascism to hold onto their privileges.”

“If you have a beautiful face you don’t need big fake boobs to get anyone’s attention.”

“Anarcho-syndicalism has the conviction that the causes of social inequality and injustice, are based on power, on the principle of authority, which puts a minority in charge, disposing of the wealth produced by society and maintaining its privileges by means of violence, and the obedient majority, has no more than what it needs to survive and must suffer the violence of the minority. Consequently, anarcho-syndicalism, in order to eliminate injustice opposes the principle of authority, decision-making by the elites, and the ultimate representation of power: the State.”

“It is like a weird Greek name. Like Douglas.”

“The political arena leaves one no alternative, one must either be a dunce or a rogue.”

“I’m totally normal. I think it’s obnoxious when people demand limos or bodyguards. I eat at McDonald’s or Taco Bell. My parents always taught us to be humble. We’re not spoiled.”

“I build no system. I ask an end to privilege, the abolition of slavery, equality of rights, and the reign of law. Justice, nothing else. That is the alpha and omega of my argument.”

“I’m an actress, a brand, a businesswoman. I’m all kinds of stuff.”

“It is we the workers who built these palaces and cities here in Spain and in America and everywhere. We, the workers, can build others to take their place. And better ones! We are not in the least afraid of ruins.”

“The Backstreet boys were so ten years ago. Whatever.”

“We would like to make it clear that the purpose of all labor law is to benefit capitalism in general, to defend its privileges and to permit its robbery without risk, preventing the direct confrontation between labor and capitalism.”

“I was in Europe the whole summer, and all there is like French—I didn’t see anything because I wasn’t in America.”

“Poor human nature, what horrible crimes have been committed in thy name! Every fool, from king to policeman, from the flatheaded parson to the visionless dabbler in science, presumes to speak authoritatively of human nature. The greater the mental charlatan, the more definite his insistence on the wickedness and weaknesses of human nature.”

“She is old and should stay at home with her child instead of being at night clubs with young people.”

“It takes less effort to condemn than to think.”

“You should live everyday like it’s your birthday.”

“Yes, they are burning it down. And I tell you—not one stone will be left on another stone—no, not a plant nor even a cabbage will grow there, so that there may be no more wickedness in the world.”

“I’m like an American princess.”

I read nothing, I believe in nothing, I know only one thing. Twist the neck, twist it further, tear off the head, let nothing remain.

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Published by Curt

I am a poet and journalist and so on amber so forth in rows magnet.

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