ZERO PLUS 1067 DAYS--New York, NY, August 12, 2004--As
September 11 grows closer, I grow more and more angry.
In fact, my blood boils
in rage at the arrogance of one of America's most lethal Terrorist--the
Arrogant, Indifferent Corporation.
I'm prejudiced, of course.
I'm a victim of "Corporate
wife and family, those who perished on NineEleven and
their families are victims of Corporate Rape
So is my wife.
So is my family.
So are the Victims of
Nine Eleven and their families.
Corporate Rape is when
a company takes advantage of you against your will, and there
are thousands upon thousands upon thousands of such victims.
Some say the Corporate Road is paved with the bones of its victims.
They say the members of the corporations abide by the following
creed: "You don't have to be nice to the people on the
way up if you're not planning on coming down again."
The September 11 Terrorists
who attacked the World Trade Center raped America. They violated
our nation's innocence by force. They held Lady Liberty down
and took her, one-by-one.
She hasn't been able
to wash off the filth of that event.
Instead, she sees the
video clips of the Terror Rapists leaping in glee and joy, celebrating
the fact they were able to penetrate America's innocence and
ravish her and escape.
The head rapist, Osama
bin Laden, haunts America by darting in and out of the shadows,
bragging that he will return again to rape, pillage and plunder.
Corporate Rapists are
similar to Osama bin Laden. They perform their acts of violation
against a person and then deny "emphatically" that
they did anything. They dare the victim to challenge them in
court, and arrange batteries of lawyers to smash all efforts
of the victim to seek justice.
Bryant is a "Corporate Rapist"
Kobe Bryant's alleged
rape victim is getting a taste of it. Armed with powerful lawyers
and a brand name, Bryant is a "Corporate Rapist" in
the sense he has all the multi-million dollar power to do what
he wants because he is massive in the power to defend any alleged
crime until the victim is suffocated by time and money.
America may be tired
of spending billions upon billions in a search for its Corporate
Rapist--Osama bin Laden. As the third anniversary of the attack
comes, the toil of fighting for the rights of the Victims of
Nine Eleven wanes.
America is asking the
question: "Is the War on Terror costing us too much? Can
we afford to spend so much money on bullets and bombs when we
could spend them on education and jobs?"
America is teetering
on the dangers edge of the razor blade--do we continue to fight
the War On Terrorism or elect a new President who will divert
his attention to more "prosperous" agendas, and shove
the "war" concept onto the back burner?
That's the essence of
the political campaign. Will America become Arrogantly Indifferent
to Terrorism by putting down its weapons of offense or will
the memory of September 11 be refreshed and spur more Vigilance
to rid our land and the world of Terrorism's threat?
My situation with Corporate
Terrorism has taken the turn of Arrogant Indifference.
A major insurance company
stripped me of my disability policies through a series of events
that can only be called "Corporate Terrorism," for
the intent of the company from the onset of my claim was to
seek ways to deny my rights and to eliminate my rights.
Over the past few months
I have sought to right the injustice, but the corporate powers
loom large. They have ignored my requests with same arrogance
that Osama bin Laden ignores any threats from America.
The corporation, like
Osama bin Laden, believes they have a divine right to judge
what is "fair and just" and has refused me the privilege
of sitting down with them and reviewing face-to-face the series
of injustices I claim they imposed upon my wife and me, and
the victims and families of the survivors of Nine Eleven.
The Corporate Rapists
have told me, despite the fact I have been diagnosed for it,
that I don't have Ground Zero Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
They refuse to accept
this website as partial evidence that since September 11, 2001,
I have been obsessed with battling the Beast of Terror. They
ignore that my presence at Ground Zero that second Tuesday in
September, or the horror I witnessed and the vow I made to fight
the Beast of Terror has anything to do with my inability to
perform other functions than to produce this website.
Rapists allege I don't have GZ-PTSD even though my diagnosis
supports my claim
I cry over their arrogance,
They represent by the
nature of their business a Homeland Security Unit. Insurance
companies are there, allegedly, to help the victims of tragedies.
But this one has chosen to deny me that help, and to refute
any and all claims that I have dedicated my life to promoting
the Sentinels of Vigilance at the cost of my own financial security.
They tell me I suffer
from depression, not PTSD. They tell me I am a liar, and accuse
me of being a thief for accepting a meager partial payment they
forced down my throat.
The worse of all is
that the insurance company sends to me its third-party representative,
a company not associated with the main company, but a paid mercenary
who seeks its own profits and is not linked to the other company
except to assasinate certain claims the company "alleges"
The major company hides
behind this facade, as though to escape liability. It's like
Osama sending suicide bombers to blow up things and denying
responsibility for it.
have chosen to fight The Beast of Corporate Terror and
to defang him......
ultimately comes down to its indifference to accept responsibility
for any "wrongs" it does. That's a sad commentary.
In a document I received from the third-party henchmen who claim
to speak for the corporation, they use the words: "We emphatically
deny any wrongdoing..."
Morgan Stanley used
the same disclaimer the other day in settling its case of sexual
bias with the EEOC.
Indifference and Arrogance--two
sharp fangs of the Corporate Terrorist.
So what do we do?
I have chosen to fight
this Beast of Corporate Terror and to defang him as best I can.
If I can only pull out one fang, I'll be happy.
I want to show the rest
of America that it is against our best interests to give up
the War On Terrorism, but agree that battlefield is more here
at home than abroad.
When we can stop our
own corporations from eating us, we'll be far ahead in the War
You can become a Corporate
Take the Pledge of Vigilance.
It's a beginning.
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