Ecosocialism #1/ 11 May 2015
the heavy-Metal provencal of new-Rome
Plunder is not heresy, when one is a plutocrat and should have been thrown in jail for a decade or three. Nor is enslavement of the indigenous and ethnic-Peoples that a compromise which comprises an earthier and more common-Grounds rootedness of traditions and food-gathering! The plutocrats are not ethnic, nor are they any but capitalist-Expansionists, precursors of the neo-Liberalism born in world adventures for and of war and destruction, in 1913 and 1914—if bot coRpoRate one-personhood 1891. “R”
“While the armies of the Great Powers were busy slaughtering each other in Flanders, Tannenberg and Gallipoli, their weaker brethren were watching with keen anticipation from the sidelines like vultures waiting to gorge themselves on the corpses of the defeated party. As long as it remained unclear which of the big bandits would prove the stronger, the little bandits had to be patient and wait for their opportunity to arrive…
More than 30,000 casualties in this campaign were ethnic Slovenes, the majority of them being drafted into the Austro-Hungarian army. Many thousands of Slovene civilians from the Gorizia and Gradisca region were forcibly resettled in refugee camps where they were treated as state enemies by the Italians, and several thou-sands were starved to death…
The Italians shifted the focus of their attacks on the mountain passes at Trentino and the valley of the Isonzo (Soča) River, northeast of Trieste. On the Trentino front, the mountainous terrain was advantageous to the Austro-Hungarians defenders. Owing to the difficult terrain, mules could not be used and so the unfortunate Itali-ans soldiers had to haul heavy artillery up frozen mountains, plagued by frostbite, hunger and exhaustion and all the time under a continuous barrage of fire from the enemy who held the summit…
That is the problem. In the Balkans everyone sees themselves as a victim and nobody as an aggressor. That is the great tragedy of the Balkans. The question that must be asked is: who are the victims and who are the aggressors? The ordinary Serbs, Greeks, Bulgarians and Albanians have always been victims – victims of their own ruling class. They did not engage in diplomatic intrigues. They did not spread lying propaganda in the press. They did not declare war against anybody. And they did not order thousands to march to their deaths…
the poor peasants and workers who were driven like sheep to the slaughter in wars against other poor peasants on the other side of imaginary and meaningless borders. They and nobody else are always the victims of somebody else’s war. As for the rulers of the Balkan states, history shows us that yesterday’s victim becomes tomorrow’s aggressor and yesterday’s hanged man becomes tomorrow’s execu-tioner. And so it goes on, a never-ending dance of death and hate, until the workers and peasants rise up against their own landlords and capitalists, tear down the arti-, and create a Balkan Socialist Federation on the principles of freedom, equality and justice. Only then can we put an end to this whole bloody business.”
The manner of IMpunity by elites in the very provencal of mid-Europe, for which NSDU-238 was utilized in 1991, 1995, 1998-99 vicissitudes of neo-Liberalist coRpoRatism ensuing the discrepancy—as we know for historic and endemic factuality. What of the Chernobyl ‘sarcophagus’ like, is that being handled or does that of funds wasted on wars and not cleaning-Up NSDU-238 usages also mean that meagre funding for research onto the areas “heavily contaminated by 100’s radionuclides” surrounding 1986 releases—again, I was onsite and beneath the reactor in 1981.
“Appearance Versus Reality
A worker on the Belarusian side of the Chernobyl exclusion zone measures radi-ation in 2006, shortly before the 20th anniversary of the disaster. Both Belarus and the Ukraine have turned their shares of the most heavily contaminated 11.5 square miles (30 square km) into nature preserves, where previously rare animals at least appear to flourish: There are accounts of verdant forests bursting with endangered birds and large game, defying the perception that the land is a dead place.
Yet some scientists believe the area is recovered only in appearance. “It’s not at all what people are claiming it to be,” said Tim Mousseau, a biologist at the Univer-sity of South Carolina, Columbia, and a National Geographic Society grantee who has been studying animals in the Ukrainian Chernobyl exclusion zone since 2000. “I think this has to do with the fact that people are so surprised to see anything there. People have this expectation that it’s a lunar landscape.”…”
POem the empire is a waRmongeRs system of Nefarity 02 April 2015
insanity isn’t fRee ‘buy your own-War’!
NSDU-238 has a full-Life of 44.5 billion years, and the potential to wreak havoc on the whole of the solar-System by that extent, and is known to astro-Physicists and microbiologists who can and who had better delve further into Phytoremediation than the extolling plutocracy of what the fanatic-penataGooons is and does!
the waRmongeRs nefaRity system, but do not impale any but civilians on refRied baR-b-que gRills w: “Dozens killed in airstrike on dairy factory in Yemen” by Thomas Gaist, 2 April 2015 …
‘disfranshisement’ is what the plutocrats/new-Rome has done to the we-Peeps,
to those who believe ‘capitalism is money and not Finance’ and is
the we-Socialize for peace we-Peeps who definitively want change now
and know the past history Ecosocialism has not been usurpations forwarding
usury again Humanity and Ecology!
walk me out in the morning chem-tRails my honey, time to replace these dead grass-Stalks, anyway, if we weren’t harboring really bad americanism, we’d not have had to plant these seeds of wild gRasses
anyway-How can phytoremediation, werk-Wonders w chemicals and Radionuclides: simul-Cast against wars-Warring…
written by “R” Addison—11 May 2015
 Copyright 1968 by apeco ® all rights reserved…
 “In Defence of Marxism “WWI – Part Eight: Victims and aggressors” Written by Alan Woods, Friday, 27 March 2015 http://www.marxist.com/wwi-part-eight-victims-and-aggressors.htm
 “Pictures: Animals Inherit Mixed Legacy at Chernobyl” Nat’l Geo published April 26, 2011