Monday, April 28, 2008

Stanley Fish SwimsWith Sharks - Thoughts of a Terminally Chic Salon Singer - Meet Elmer 'Zoot' Suite-Yokum, Ed.D. L.S.M.F.T.

Transcontinental Progressive Community College of Hyde Park presents the political musings of Distinguished Adjunct Professor Emeritus E. Z. Suite-Yokum, Ed.D., L.S.M.F.T. on lone from the Berkley School of Tantic Occidental Ministries and Organic Vinyl Recordings Insitute.

Bio: Dr. Elmer 'Zoot' Suite-Yokum is a frequent contributer to Huffington Post, guest on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, and Flava Fav's Flavor of Love. Zoot praised the work of Ward Churchill and was the first scholar of Tru Cred to support his fellow deep thinker. He also condemned the abusive actions of General David Petraeus and US ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker, against the Iraqi nation. Noam Chomsky says, 'Zoot Suite-Yokum is the only American who makes sense to me.' Recently, Dr. Suite was seen in the company of Huffington Post founder and editor Arianna Huffington at the Sonoma Valley grape harvest and boycott throwing wads of cuutings at video journalist Roy Sekoff who cried hard.

Dr. Elmer 'Zoot' Suite-Yokum:

"I think the ironies of United States deployed treacheries in Vietnam, Nicaragua, Iraq, Iran, and North Korea are self-evident,Lord Petraeus has initiated tyrannically destructive policies, including, but not limited to, the surge proposed on Sept. 11, 2007 in a despicably theatrical manner before Congress,"

"Reagan was a thug and a coward, and My Mother the Car was cancelled due to that facists's interference; he managed to physically diminish a democratically-elected government and throw a nation into civil chaos for well over a decade . . . because the Sandinistas didn't back US trade policies. Gangsta rap often reaches higher than its ugliest, lowest common denominator, misogyny, violence, materialism and sexual transgression are not its exclusive domain. At its best, this music draws attention to complex dimensions of ghetto life ignored by most Americans. Indeed, gangsta rap's in-your-face style may do more to force America to confront crucial social problems than a million sermons or political speeches. Tesors Glue was a pure joy and I slept like a baby all through the Lebananon crisis until I was awakened by the cries of Palestinian women who screamed that I had slept on their coach long enough and had to go and it was bogus, because Cash Mash of I.S.M. had said it was cool to crash there. If U.S. foreign policy results in massive death and destruction abroad, we cannot feign innocence when some of that destruction is returned."There's no way to be committed to non-violence in one of the most violent societies that history has ever created. I'm not committed to non-violence in any way."Freaks are revolutionaries and revolutionaries are freaks"I don't regret setting bombs. I feel we didn't do enough. I want a cold Cisco now."

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