A 100% Safe Defense of Lynching

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Dimes and Judas pursue possibly their most dangerous novelty take thus far and mount a defense of lynching as justice in the form of the will of the people when the system breaks down, and proposes the actions of the neo-peasantry as representative of the very soul of the civilization. A people who do not defend themselves in the absence of the system – especially those who question their own validity as an entity that ought to exert influence – cease to exist as a people. It must be clearly stated: this is not endorsing the act of lynching or proposing it as something anyone should do.

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