Cliff Wilmeng, whacktivist.

Cliff Wilmeng, whacktivist.

Not only is fractivist fanatic Cliff Wilmeng a socialist, he’s even crazier than we thought.

Behold this low-budget propaganda piece by Oakland Socialist, produced with a recent interview of Wilmeng rambling incoherently about his mission to ban all corporations in Colorado through communism a community rights amendment.

Want to see how daft he is for yourselves? Check out the video, it’s nectar from the Gods:




Wilmeng is completely whacktastic in his bizarre ability to link the fractivist movement to abortion rights and even the tragic events in Ferguson Missouri.

Half the time we don’t think Wilmeng is even aware of how belligerent his ramblings are, like when he blasts the energy industry for its mandate to operate for short-term profit in its quest for world dominance through military might over small communities of farmers and office workers to build an empire in the Middle East.

Or something like that. His narration over still photos and videos was confusing, and the audio is so disjointed and jumpy that it sounds like it was edited by a Jack Russell Terrier. On speed.

But he was pretty adamant, if not contrarian, that gas and oil workers are victims of the industry. He reasons that when companies aren’t making any money, like what would happened if fracking was banned, then the workers lose their jobs and that’s not fair!

His conclusion, fracking and democracy cannot coexist, “One of them must go.”

He actually, really and truly said that.

Granted, he’s not exactly firing on all eight cylinders, but one thing is abundantly clear, he really doesn’t like Gov. Hickenlooper.

If this video tells us anything, it’s that there are two Democratic Parties operating in Colorado — Hick’s, and this guy’s offshoot of anarchy.

Wilmeng said this is the year he and his merry band of fractivists are determined to implement their Constitution of Chaos, which begins with the Colorado Community Rights amendment:

“The Colorado Community Rights amendment would be the national class interest of the working class and the communities in Colorado. It’s, ‘you can’t frack here, because it’s the right of our people.’ Rights can’t be taken away through this process, it’s a one-way valve. Rights can be created. The democratic rights in the workplace can be created. A woman’s right to access of reproductive care, which is currently not a right for women, they can do it if they can afford it, but it’s certainly not a right, it’s a privilege right now, and so what we’re trying to do is actually expand the ideas of what fundamental rights are in terms of people and communities and the natural environment. And that’s inevitably going to come at the cost of corporations.”

See? We told you he was crazy.