Punk Voter 2.0 (Punk Politics special edition)

So it’s 2019. It’s time we start talking about voting if you aren’t already. So I’m starting a version of Punk Voter. Below you’ll some decent memes. Feel free to use them to start a conversation in your local scenes about voting. I know, we all talk about burning down city hall and fighting fascists in the streets. But we need to look to sustainable long term answers to this crisis situation. And if you’re saying “Fish it’s still over a year till the election” well trust me that the fascists are planning, so we should be too. #punkvoter

– C Fish

About hip hop

So I was at a KRS ONE show last night (all punked out as usual) and someone says to me “you don’t look like the type to listen to this. I get this often when people see how I dress and they learn that I listen to a lot of older hip hop. So I’m gonna break It down and hopefully break down some of the scene division. Hip hop and punk rock are both the music of the streets and of the oppressed. At their best they uplift, educate and inspire. When they’re conscious they are our voice and rally cry against the power. At their worst they encourage people to be good little house boys and chase meaningless bull shit. But the root has always been to fight and rise up or just simply street stories that some lonely kid somewhere connects with and feels less alone. And further show of their being related is the vast amount of cross over that exists in the most authentic facets of both scenes.

-C Fish

Punk Politics #6

So I keep seeing articles about fentanyl laced cocaine. First pro tip is don’t do coke. But that isn’t really the issue here. So to break it down. Drug dealers and cartels ARE NOT lacing your coke with something that can kill you instantly. Because they are a business and dead customers don’t pay out. “Who then would do this” you may ask. Well, during prohibition our own government was putting poison laced bottles of whiskey on the black market and our own government put crack in the hoods to begin with. So likely it’s our own tax fed parasites likely trying to drum up fear to keep the drug war raging or mistrust of the Mexican cartels to justify clamping down on the border. It makes sense as it’s not the first time the good ol’ U.S.A. has ensured the death of substance enjoying citizens. So try and get crack that isn’t from the CIA and stay safe.

Punk Politics #5

Gun control started in the 1960’s it was not about public safety. It was about racism. It was about the white man trying to keep the blacks in line as they were deeply afraid of the Black Panthers in California. And afraid of MOVE in Philadelphia. Responsible black citizens who aremd themselves in self defense of societal racism was the spark of gun control. The operative word in the argument is control. I’m not on the side of the NRA, I am on the side of the people who should have means to defend themselves in a society where the government beast becomes increasingly unreasonable.

https://www.history.com/news/black-panthers-gun-control-nra-support-mulford-act?fbclid=IwAR0QAmtj3Lm4t2xflWR_soHg6qkqnVH6dS0rVJ4TRApDcBvzRdE4Hf_mdRw

Punk Politics #4

Liberals still ask “is it okay to punch Nazis?” Well a holocaust survivor was killed by a neo-nazi yesterday so you got me fucked up if you still have a question about it. Yes you should fucking punch Nazis. Am I too emotional here? Fuck no considering I grew up in a community that was made to feel unsafe by Nazis until we did something about it. If you yourself don’t wish to punch Nazis, cool. But don’t bemoan those of us who have no compunction about it and do not call the cops.

Punk Politics #3

The thirteenth amendment has been in the news a lot recently. The text of it reads “Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” To break it down Lincoln was a fraud as slavery was not abolished. Allocation of slavery or involuntary servitude is still the same demon that the white man had visited upon blacks and Irish in this country. And subjecting the continuously mushrooming prison population to this practice actually victimizes the same groups in a sense. Being that our prisons are filled with people of color and disenfranchised whites who are all seen with the same racist and classiest contempt. Therefore not only is the U.S. the prison house of nations but also the plantation still stands. As though this isn’t bad enough we export our plantations under the name Free Trade Zone (FTZ) to exploit POC in third world countries. I’ve seen one and it kinda looked like a concentration camp. To clear up any ambiguity, America has no fucking interest in ending slavery and this will continue until this country engages in a number of ethical practices that would require a certain level of ethics and human interest. All who defend this amendment without demand of edit and those who wish to abolish it are nothing more than overseers and house boys.