Skykomish - Now a Gold Star certified 'NAMBLA Friendly' community!
Sky has definitely needed a warmer, fuzzier, friendlier public image for some time now. Its 'Public Private Partnership' with Warren Buffett's BNSF Railway, Washington State Department of Ecology and nefarious King County NGO 4Culture.org has left the town Busted, Broken and severely Polluted.
Despite several earlier re-branding efforts, this sow's ear continues its struggle to become a silk purse. With new faces on Sky's Town Council, the Town appears ready to fully embrace 4Culture's vision of turning Skykomish into a taxpayer funded 'Utopian Artist's Community' for needy Sex Offenders, Grant Junkies & Trustfunders.
Sky's government, now carefully packed with hand picked 4Culture.org operatives, agents, toadies, shills, pets, stooges, front men, lackeys and cut-outs, is armed with a platoon of eager King County bureaucrats and tons of crisp new taxpayer moolah.
Hooked up to 4Culture's soothing drip of pain arresting financial heroin means that Sky receives just enough taxpayer money to keep the patient breathing, but not enough to allow the town to get up, function and walk on its own. After all, the last thing a drug pusher wants is for the client to be weaned from addiction and dependency.
Will 4Culture's latest effort get legs and walk? Only time will tell, but with Sky's horrific legacy of pollution, corruption and unstable soil conditions, this, like earlier efforts could prove to be an uphill battle.
Sky's re-branding will of course mean change for Skykomish School District #404, and while the District has long delivered heaping doses of government propaganda and indoctrination, this newest effort will likely mean even more politically correct mumbo-jumbo, so our chilluns can be introduced to the benefits of homosexuality and pedophilia even earlier, as is already taking place in other progressive school districts.
We stand firmly against any organization or group that steals private property and takes control of the public purse using organizations like 4Culture.org.