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Depleted Uranium Om... Trying to Buy a Place in Corporate War Heaven.

Posted on the 09 November 2011 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN

Depleted Uranium Om...  trying to buy a place in Corporate War Heaven.

this is not a slut-job

OM or AUM is the most important and significant word of Mantra tradition. It is considered as the root mantra of all mantra. In a majority of Mantra, you will find OM.
OM is the most often chanted sound among all the sacred sounds on earth. This sound is considered as the sound of the existence. 

It is believed that the whole universe, in its fundamental form, is made up of vibrating, pulsating energy. Om is considered as the humming sound of this cosmic energy. [source MEDITATION IS EASY]
It's like, you take a really beautiful thing, you force it onto a stinking divan that looks like a dried and caked-on blood bath, you might even slap it in the face once or twice to make it supple, compliant, promiscuous...  you get this little fucking Hollywood whore thing (this gook, this spaz) to groan and this gagging long fetish sound comes out of it throat.
The sound of a Hollywood whore sucking Corporate Cock like it can buy Him/Her a place in Heaven.
That's the noise the Hollywood propaganda machine sleazes out of its cream-pie-dripping facial orifice, "Oooooommmmm!"
I first noticed it in the film TERMINATOR 2, "Duh-duh duh-duh-duh."
Is that Om, Mike? Damn straight it is. Listen to it, "Duh-duh duh-duh-duh," it's exactly the single esoteric sound of the universe, but tattoed (in the military sense) by that insistent drum beat, that stab of an aural psychopath eradicating all opposition to its cause.
Recently, Depleted Uranium Om has made sluttish gore-shows in films as Tron Legacy, Inception and Transformers 3. But it probably first breeched when that private mercenary in the Predator decided to use the M-61 Vulcan Om-gun to raze that forest where the alien was scurrying around, cloaked, "Oooooommmmm!"
It's also the sound of the galactic communication broadcast in CONTACT, it's also the sound of the TARDIS in Doctor Who, and it's also the computer games industry, the drubbing sound when Formula One cars go over those red & white panic-panic-panic corner strips, "Oooooommmmm!"
I can't work out what Hollywood/Games Industry is doing ferociously raping and heinously fisting the universal tone "Om" so, but IT'S EVERYWHERE, and it's NOT APPRECIATED.  Do you hear me, scumbags, "It's not appreciated!"
The end.

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