“Mutantism on the March” :Chapter 48 “Squid Concludes His Central Park Speech”

“Wasn’t that a great performance by Britty!

Physical mutants can be blind, missing limbs, fat, ugly, lepers and cancer victims just to name a few. Often they can be scapegoated or mocked by the “normal citizen”. They should be given encouragement to live up to their potential. They serve to embarrass governments that ignore their special needs. A humanity they claim to be serving. As they are visible mutants governments do their utmost to hide them from the rest of population. Mutantism has the potential to show a nation the liars the establishment is comprised of. Mutants have great political potential but they have been brainwashed into a state of amplified shame. Mutants should spend time confronting their frustrations. Some of the causes of frustration are low wages, exclusion from political power, a poorly funded medical system, general discrimination leading many to a drone like existence. It is time mutants realized who benefits from their misery.

Then we have the mind mutants locked up in psychiatric institutions or prisons as there is no room for them in treatment centres. They tell us we live in an age of perfection. Who is to say what constitutes sanity? Mind mutants are subject to crude forms of mind control but rest assured more sophisticated forms of mind control will soon arrive. In many cases mind mutants are completely sane by establishment standards but are often called political deviants like in the USSR today which locks them away or sends them to re-education camps. So mutants in some countries are actually political prisoners. Here in the USA they are not labelled as political deviants but rather categorized as behavioural criminals. Nonconformists imprisoned for their own safety.

Mind mutants can be hippies, beatniks, Baptists, professors, anarchists and drug fiends etc. They have ideas that are dangerous to the establishment and often in contradiction to the political hegemony of the ruling classes.

“Mental institutions” must fling open their doors and let patients go back on the streets if they are not dangerous to the public. The only reason they were imprisoned was because the establishment could not understand them therefore they were placed in prison cells where they could be “rehabilitated”. The “corrective action” they are subject to is little more than an attempt to brainwash which enables non-mutant mind imperialism to function. I would argue that as a stop gap measure street centres be established and not cells patrolled by the white coated Pharisees. Psychiatrists dealing with “mental cases” act as ideological correctors. But let me make it clear that rapists, serial killers, arsonists, pedophiles and truly dangerous criminals should be kept under guard until mutants can devise a better course of treatment for them.

Well I shan’t ramble on any more as there are several other speakers to follow. In closing I say we must fight relentlessly for the rights of mutants. The key to success is to fight relentlessly for the dignity of mutants in all situations. I believe an international mutant newspaper should be established to keep us informed of successes and defeats. We have a good deal to learn from each other. This communication method can help us build a strong and unified movement. Now as for organization Ricky Regurdle will be organizing the United Mutations and he needs your input as mutants this is your movement.

Wait, I have just been handed a note that Ricky Regurdle has funded a Mutant Studies Fellowship at Mumblia University here in New York and Santa Claus and Tarzan shall be the first-year lecturers. A hand for Ricky please.

As for me I am off tomorrow to Montreal but I shall visit you here from time to time. Long live mutantism and the United Mutations!”

Published by Robert K Stephen (CSW)

Robert K Stephen writes about food and drink, travel, and lifestyle issues. He is one of the few non-national writers to be certified as a wine specialist by the Society of Wine Educators, in Washington, DC. Robert was the first associate member of the Wine Writers’ Circle of Canada. He also holds a Mindfulness Certification from the University of Leiden and the University of Toronto. Be it Spanish cured meat, dried fruit, BBQ, or recycled bamboo place mats, Robert endeavours to escape the mundane, which is why he has established this publication. His motto is, "Have Story, Will Write."

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