anti-nucleaRist bloG #174/ 20 Dec 2013 ©
imperialist-Contaminations for derivatives-Banking Chauvanism
Believe me, I am not taking advantage that you do not read and feel Enlightening by frightening facts that which are already “usury”. However, the IMpunity attached w the stat that all is rosy-Red democracy, when the economy is relegated to-by-for coRpoRate Elitism in conjunction the continuation of killing millions people—directly or indirectly—remains murder of the planet as well. The chauvinism, one should not state, unless “apologist-Progressive” is alive and well, therefore we are not. We are not well is the case, and chauvinism does not prevent truth from knowledge and understanding. “Must one have wisdom all the time” was a question I often heard while attending gRad-School. This is definitely existentialist and is not political, but portends to a conditional basic between fundament and principle. The nuclear-Industry has one fundament, and that is to stray off-course as long as capital-Gains can be made. This does not include “radionuclides measurements allocations by United nations, which can be partly NWO, nor by a government concerned w EPA doing their job w.o. regality. “R”
“Public opinion is moving against particular wars and the world’s spending of $2 trillion every year on war machinery. We plan to announce the launching of a broad movement capable of dismantling that machinery and transitioning to a peaceful world. We are creating the tools necessary to communicate the facts about war and discard the myths. We are developing ways to assist organizations around the world that are working on partial steps in the direction of a war-free world, and to increase widespread understanding of such steps as progress toward war’s complete elimination.
If unnecessary suffering on an enormous scale is to be avoided, we must abolish war. Some 180 million people died in wars in the 20th century and, while we have not yet repeated a war on the scale of World War II, wars are not going away. Their enormous destruction continues, measured in terms of deaths, injuries, trauma, millions of people having to flee their homes, financial cost, environmental destruction, economic drain, and erosion of civil and political rights.
Unless we want to risk catastrophic loss or even extinction, we must abolish war. Every war brings with it both massive destruction and the risk of uncontrolled escalation. We are facing a world of greater weapons proliferation, resource shortages, environmental pressures, and the largest human population the earth has seen. In such a turbulent world, we must abolish the organized violence by governments (or primarily by governments) known as war, because its continuation puts ours and other species at risk.”
World Beyond war re: invitation to sign a statement in support of ending all war
Dec 21, 2013
My affirmed belief is yet that CIAs have worked in collusion w Mobsters and made legal arms-Sales criminals. The making of the Savings and Loans Destruction was apparent to and of insider-Collusions. Making way for weigh-ins to be scarce upon Sept 11th 2001, was the proprietorship of GHW Bush and family, as well as mob-contacts w CIAs, as well as political-Reason toward an innocuous inimitability. The time since Sept 11th that was started w IMpunity between slaughtering the Savings and Loans made millions that were invested in armaments procurements. The symbolitry that any thingy-Bop goes was brought about by Contra arms and cocaine methods. Using gOPS party and dEMS as cover, this established once and for all, a single-party: parity. The parody was over, but so too, was clarity in wastage of millions-Dollars becoming apparent to why CIAs cover was never “defense and intelligence-gathering and diplomacy in the juris of democracy” as the US Republic Constitution and Universal Declaration of Human Rights both written laws, had intended. Obfuscation was apparent to Oligarchs of plutocracy. Bush had come parallel w Ennui Kissinger. “R”
“The Socialist Party, at the time and since, unequivocally condemned al-Qa’ida, which was behind these attacks, describing its methods as those “of small groups employing mass terrorism”. At the same time, we gave not a shadow of support to Bush or Blair and the cacophony of the capitalist media calling for a worldwide ‘war against terrorism’. In reality, they used 9/11 to justify state terror against defenceless and innocent people throughout the world, symbolised by the torture chambers of Guantánamo Bay and the infamous Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
However, this political standpoint was not shared even by some socialist groups, who were equivocal and refused to condemn these attacks. This was a profoundly mistaken approach which risked alienating a majority of working-class people who were repelled by the carnage in New York and Washington. Moreover, this opened up the possibility of driving them into the arms of Bush and Blair in the war preparations for invading Afghanistan and later Iraq.
Historically, Marxism has always opposed terroristic methods. In Russia, Marxism was compelled from the outset to oppose these methods in the struggle against the tsar’s brutal, dictatorial regime. Marxists counter-posed the mass struggles of the working class which, by linking up with the peasants, particularly the poor rural masses, was the only force that could lead a successful struggle against tsarism. Not the assassination of even the most repressive government ministers but mass action, the general strike, a mass uprising to overthrow dictatorial regimes, could lay the basis for lasting success.
Leon Trotsky compared terrorism to capitalist liberalism, but with bombs. This seems strange to us today. It is inconceivable, for instance, that Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats in Britain and deputy prime minister, would be associated with terroristic methods! But Trotsky’s idea remains valid. Liberals believe that the removal of this or that minister or even a government can introduce fundamental change. The terrorist has the same approach but with violent methods. The replacement of a minister or government is insufficient to bring about real social change. Would the removal of the present government in Britain, for instance, and the coming to power of Ed Miliband and his New Labour party fundamentally change the situation? Merely to pose the ques-tion is to answer it. Because a Miliband government would be rooted within the framework of capitalism there would be no dramatic change, particularly in the social conditions of the mass of the people.
Al-Qa’ida, however, was an entirely different kind of terrorist outfit. Despite the attempts of some left groups to prettify the image of Islamic terrorists, al-Qa’ida was rooted in the doctrines of Wahhabism, a medieval version of Sunni Islam and the dominant creed of the theocratic regime of Saudi Arabia. In the past, terrorist groups which based themselves, at least in theory, on furthering the social interests of the masses, engaged in the assassination of particular reactionary figures, governments, etc. The origins of al-Qa’ida, with its messianic non-class opposition to the ‘infidel’ and the ‘great Satan’, the US, meant that it was indiscriminate in employing mass terror. Not only did it attack the US and its allies, it also struck down innocent workers and the poor. This was evident on 9/11 but also in its other terrorist acts before and since.”
The consequences of 9/11: A world turned upside down
10/09/2011 Socialist World
the new-Rome educational standards are priggish and last on list of industrialized nation-States for learning and affordability
a voice from the VOId, the peace-warrior
–notes: bLog #251 peace-People
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