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We read books. All of us do. Those who do not, should! Read books, fellas. Books are full of useful information. There are books that tell you how to disarm a nuclear warhead. There are few others, too. They tell you how to make one.
Interesting information. Books are full of them.
I read few, it helps. I read more, it did help. Did you know, all you need to blow up the world is soap. Even I did not know that. Reading books enriches you with essential information needed for survival, for freedom. I like being free and reading books.
Never did I think my mother was holding an explosive substance in her hands, all those days, when she washed my expensive, imported clothes and happily sent me for a white collared job, with traces of explosives, ready to ignite, waiting to encounter the right elements. Right chemicals. I loved Zara. I used to love her; love is all over now! Now! Now! I can’t buy her now.
Armalite AR-180 carbine gas-operated semiautomatic only has a five-round magazine. An Eagle Apache carbine takes a thirty-shot mag and only weighs nine pounds. The J and R 68 semiautomatic carbine also takes a thirty-shot mag, and it only weighs seven pounds. I prefer light weighted; they are easier to carry. With thirty shots, our totally fucked hero could go the length of the front row and take out every minister, with few cartridges still left for the prime leader. A public assassination always sends a strong message. Broad daylight streets, full of spectators, is an excellent cover.
Thousands of people! Who fired? Who knows?
You need something special also. You can file a cross into the tip of one of the rounds. This way, when our totally fucked hero, shows up to hear a speech and pumps a round into his nagging, ineffectual, petty, whining, butt-sucking, candy-ass, nation’s boss, that one round will split along the filed grooves and spread open the way a dumdum bullet flowers inside him to blow a bushel load of his stinking guts out through his spine. Picture his gut chakra opening in slow motion explosion of sausage-casing small intestine.
Our totally fucked hero can do wonders!
Soap and human sacrifice is all we need for an armed revolution. I prefer the peaceful one. But armed revolution is also a nice concept. I got nothing against it. You gotta do, what you gotta do! Don’t you? Won’t you? Maybe…. Maybe not. Time would tell!
Soap and human sacrifice go hand in hand.
In ancient history, human sacrifices were made on a hill above a river. Thousands of people. Voluntarily! Thousands of people. Involuntarily! The sacrifices were made and the bodies were burned on a pyre.
Someday, you will die. All of us will.
After hundreds of people were sacrificed and burned, a thick white discharge crept from the altar, downhill to the river. Rain fell on the burnt pyre, year after year, and year after year, people were burned, and the rain seeped through the wood ashes to become a solution of lye, and the lye combined with the melted fat of the sacrifices, and a thick white discharge of soap crept out from the base of the altar and crept downhill toward the river. Where the soap fell into the river, after a thousand years of killing people and rain, the ancient people found their clothes got cleaner if they washed at that spot.
Cultures without soap; they used their urine and the urine of their dogs to wash their clothes and hair because of the uric acid and ammonia.
It was right to kill all those people. You must see, how the first soap was made of heroes. Without their deaths, their pain, without their sacrifice, we would have nothing. At least, not soap!
To make soap, first we must render fat. You can buy lye, anywhere. You can mix glycerine. You can mix the glycerine with nitric acid to make nitroglycerin. You can mix the nitro-glycerine with sodium nitrate and sawdust to make dynamite. You can blow up bridges!
You can mix the nitro-glycerine with more nitric acid and paraffin and make gelatine explosives.
You could blow up a building, easy!
With enough soap, you could blow up the whole world.
Read books, books are full of useful information!
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