Friday, December 02, 2005

DON'T CALL IT A COMEBACK

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Greetings faithful readers and newcomers, the Blog known as Moods For Moderns is now back and here to stay. For those new here, this site is a pitstop for free thinkers who would like to read and discuss counter-culture and empire challenging topics.

Who runs the site?

The site is run by a team of young aspiring journalists who have a talent for muckraking. In the past we listed the names of the writers, this will change. All writers are now incognito...no identity, no glory, no threats.

If you would like to become part of the team you can contact us through our MYSPACE which will be up shortly.

What did I miss?

Moods for Moderns began during the run up to the 2004 election. Regretfully, the M4M team backed Kerry in the election, but afterwards went very hard left and abondoned the Democratic Party all together. We heavily preach against the two party capitalist, war machine, imperialist system. Also we acknowledge the fact of a 9/11 conspiracy, new world order, globalism and so on. If you believe in the two party system, capitalism and you buy the report of the 9/11 commission, please read this blog everyday, you will change your mind, or at least challenge your own views.

What can I expect?

People, we live in a country that spreads violence throughout the world and even onto its own citizens. We live in a society that robs us of our dignity, our thoughts, our money. A country that guarentees we will become sick and yet does not provide everyone with healthcare. We live in a new American corporate dictatorship. We live in a country where two political parties support a war that the vast majority of the country is against. We live in a country that is hated by the rest of the world.

What are you gonna do about it? Please, read this website, it will help relieve the stress and bring you back to the waking world. If given all this information you refuse to change, then you have failed yourself.

See you on the frontlines of the revolution,

Moods for Moderns