THE CUNTOCRACY: or How well is David Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ going these days? by William Clark. Check out all Christiebooks titles HERE UK : £1.30 ; USA : $2.00 ; FRANCE : €1.76 ; GERMANY : €1.76 ; SPAIN : €1.76 ; ITALY: €1.76 ; NETHERLANDS : €1.76 ; JAPAN : ¥ 241 ; CANADA : CDN$ 2.00 ; BRAZIL : R$ 7.74 ; AUSTRALIA : $2.82 ; INDIA : R133 ; MEXICO : $33.68 — ChristieBooks on KOBO — THE CUNTOCRACY £1.20 — For a MOBI or other eBook file — PAYPAL direct to firstname.lastname@example.org — £1.00,
“Why not call the present political system a ‘cuntocracy’? It is most certainly not a democracy—at least not the type any one would want. We need a new name for not just what our leaders do to us because of greed and stupidity: we need an accurate irrefutable term for all of society’s organisation as an undesirable but innate feature of the effects of the power-hungry. We need a term who’s very existence and use will return power to the ordinary people—or at least give them a voice and provide a way to talk back to those who pose as leaders but take us nowhere. If people in power object: then the term is working.
“So what are our base assumptions? Well, there is probably only one ‘law’ that we could say social science ‘discovered,’ and this seems to have been by sheer flippancy. This was Lord Acton’s statement (in a letter to a Bishop) that all power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. No one has thought to extrapolate our one law further to establish its social determinants. You are simply not allowed to. Nevertheless, we can adapt Acton’s Law into: all power tends to create cunts and absolute power creates total cunts.