Friday, November 9, 2012

The Almighty Judas

By, Chris Rossini
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The entire realm belongs to Judas.

Ye best listen when he speaketh.

Judas first contemplates what he hath done...and proclaims that it is good:

Ye must not, and will not, forget the graces that he hath showered on thee:

Ye shall never struggle on this Earth alone. He shall always be with you:

Ye too must partake in thy daily toils...For ye too are a part of him:


  1. Amen.

    And my favorite from the Almighty One earlier:
    "The clouds still haven’t completely parted. So it’s tough to see the sun for some folks at the moment. Part of my job is to make sure that they see the sun.”

  2. The "God Complex" for sure...

  3. And on the seventh day, he rested from robbing and coercively manipulating the people. He saw that what he'd done was complete garbage, but it had given him more power.

    He pretended that his interference with voluntary-exchange had produced favorable results, yet at best, this had exacerbated the conditions of the disaster, and made relations between the afflicted more tense, and at times, more violent. The hurricane played into the potato-head's opportunistic ploy, to, as sociopaths are wont to say: never let a crisis go to waste.

    He then ate a sangwhich, and took a large elephant-dump, befitting a man of his size-- the least of all his actions at the expense of those suffering under his corporate-state monopoly.