anti-nucleaRist bloG #193/ 22 Jan 2014© tyranny is not the exorcise of freedom, but that of masochism

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anti-nucleaRist bloG #193/ 22 Jan 2014 ©
tyranny is not the exorcise of freedom, but that of masochism

Imperialist tyranny is not the exorcise of freedom, nor free will, but that of masochism. Democracy is what we writor’s put, and how you putt. The that-That are the three-nuclear-weapons, as you know and ought to have affirmed before you reached 18 years, the voting age of the empire’s disgraceful legacy for affirming death of millions by your d-F tax-monies, butt-holds! Do not for one moment think I love NSDU-238, CHEM tRails, GMO’s, deceitful-Bankor-CEO’s, and the NSA tyrannical-Rex nexus. I am here merely to not stick a white-hot cold-rolled steel up your anus in support of police-state nomerism. My mannerism is to be a writor, writing exuberances of my memory-Vane, truncating in winds of oppression– from my travel-Travails and from my 47 years of protests—maybe find an opposite gender to lavish in natural juices w.o. A.I.D.S. nor Radionuclides from pTSD interconnections. Dig.

Tyranny of the new-Rome is masochism of the lowest UN-common denominator. Tyranny is repression by propaganda for statism. Tyranny is not seeing people kiss on the sidewalks minding their own exuberances for peace and love. But, tyranny is not good for you when you’re not expressing “compassionate’ for the death-Squads renegade-Chauvinism being cronyist belligerence, for hiring killing machine ‘slaves’ from the new-Rome’s new-Improved list of sleaze-INvited immigrants and fundamentalist ‘phooels’ like the change of fuels never has happened, so IN-digest your brains w toxicity for religious & fundamentalism-sake . The fanatic militarism of Oligarchic-Generals and Oligarch-Admirals, of anarchyist-President’s one and all, since 1945.Try to look at yourselves w.o. having to do such inwardly and extrovert that which you know is history is too-Real, but is Reality-Real not fantasy UN-real and hyperbolie of the static-empire’s bequeathals for bloodletting, never for trade and peace, never peace-commutations and adulations of growing lands w.o. chemicals laced in numerous hypes of toxicity. “R”

“It took the Civil Rights revolution nearly a century after Reconstruction to destroy Jim Crow’s rule and re-establish the full citizenship rights of African Americans.
King’s legacy, distorted by the ruling class
Today, King is remembered primarily for stressing the need for civil rights for Blacks, but he constantly fused the concept of legal equality with the rights of workers and the poor. He frequently pointed to three universal problems in the United States—war, racism and poverty. He became particularly involved in the sanitation workers strike in Memphis, Tenn., where he was assassinated. At that stage, King was trying to organize a Poor People’s Campaign to address the massive poverty and inequality for all people in the United States.

King’s opposition to the war in Vietnam is often omitted—particularly by those pro-war politicians who like to claim his legacy. King said, “I had to speak out if I was to erase my name from the bombs which fall over South and North Vietnam. The time had come, indeed it was past due, when I had to disavow and disassociate myself from those who, in the name of peace, burn, maim and kill.”
King’s ideas and positions have been stripped of their potency. Officially, he is only remembered for having a dream of a “color-blind” country. In fact, he had an expansive definition of justice for Black people and all poor people, and a vision which would force this country to reckon with and pay for its historic crimes.”

Martin Luther King Jr., the radical–How we can honor his legacy today
By Caneisha Mills January 19, 2014 PSL
http://www.pslweb.org/liberationnews/news/remembering-mlk.html

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I actually, did not enjoy seeing the Cambodians starve themselves for their nationalism to survive, due the very intricacies of fear of being bombed as we traipsed thru bomb-crater pits from B-52’s saturations’ craters of upwards 125 feet wide. How could any food greens grow on those slopes? Was Pol Pot elected or ‘selected because Imperialism rulers made overtures in tyranny-Rex’? the nationalism by new-Rome standards is. How do you, the plebian, get from these outbursts for death-Squad killings usurpations UN-less you free your mind and grab hold of democracy. Tyranny is oppressive and not speaking-out is repression ails the laments buried deeply inside you. The fanatic-penataGooons are locked w.i. you like the sleaze of alien from interstellar-space has you for ”it’s” own, while the real “it” remains NSDU-238 UN-challenged by Masse` presentment.

What happened to the United nations? Don’t you know the new-Rome co-opted the governance bodies, both, by allocating one rule before the final vote in 1947. This was where Exceptionalism started, yet? “R”

“The U.S. also destroyed Cambodia in a “sideshow” to the Vietnam war (1969-75), and following the devastating four year rule of the Khmer Rouge, the US supported the ousted Pol Pot forces as the “enemy of my enemy” (Vietnam). The U.S. media focused intensively and indignantly on the Khmer Rouge genocide, but from 1969 to today have largely blacked out the atrocities of the “sideshow” years, the misdeeds of the Khmer Rouge during the period of U.S. support, and the fact of that support. Here again, the power of media propaganda has been such that calling attention to the U.S. role as the first phase genocidists and its badly compromised position as Pol Pot supporter after 1978 is virtually unheard of, and departures from an exclusive focus on KR crimes makes one an apologist for the KR. This process extends to the “left,” with repeated illustrations in the Progressive and In These Times, and in an Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)- Interhemispheric Resource Center publication, Foreign Policy in Focus. In the latter case, a 1997 essay on Cambodia by Philip Robertson focused entirely on KR crimes, portrayed the US as a neutral party in that country and suitable adjudicator of policy, and supplied a list of policy recommendations for it to implement there, including U.S. support for war crimes trials for KR leaders.

Another sideshow of the Vietnam war was the mass killings in Indonesia in 1965-66, which destroyed the base of the Communist Party and brought Indonesia into the U.S. sphere of influence. This sideshow was greeted enthusiastically by the U.S. establishment. Given this approval, and 33 years of U.S. support for the Suharto dictatorship, atrocities management has required that the large- scale murders and rule by violence, and the mass killings in East Timor from 1975-1999, be kept under the rug. The U.S. media have done a great job here. There are no UN forensic groups over there looking at bodies, and there are no demands for ending Suharto’s impunity.”

ATROCITIES MANAGEMENT
By Edward S. Herman Published in zNet Magazine (1-22-14) http://musictravel.free.fr/political/political19.htm

Anathema, you need wars because capitalist-Totalitarianism is not good for the people…

End these waRs-Warring trysts, try peace for 33 years–a voice from the VOId,
the peace-Warrior

–note: bLog #260 peace-Remnant

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"R" Addison

i love swimming, philos0phy, ecoloGy and photogRaphy enough to tRavel the whole continent--on foot--and sought thought-Discourse w some of America's most renown thinkoRs...my love of women is parable to self-Self: Consciousness...i helped to start Ecosocialism in 1969 and remain adherent of Zen-Existentialism. (8-17-15)

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