anti-nucleaRist bloG #229/ 01 Jan 2019
Re-Start the bloGs, Do Not Satisfy Dissolution-Republic by Tyranny
The sleaze-Factor of chem-tRails Ioniziationings now surpasses 20.67 years of neo-Liberalist, capitalist-totalitarian consorting. We are not yet in ambient-constraints of ourselves to have takeover of obdurate “healthcare-Minus”. How come we are not? The morbidity of “nucleaRism” as proponently started by US-militarization practices, whether in response of German-military output pronouncements in the 1930’s or because the fascist american-Neolibrealism apparent to succumbing to impracticality. I’ve spent my living-Life and ominous-Moments, adjusting fanaticism to expel “nucleaRism” from our socio-Political awakenings and physicality of needing “defense” not aggression and belligerencies to cover the gamut of how Humanity is. That became Universalism, again and again.
My prerogative was definitively not to repress thinking, nor leave “thought-Discourse” behind, as plutocracy gained ascendancy-Methods of became mired and lambasted, as that chaos ought be. There is more to Philosophy than Existentialism. There is plausibility, too. What I found waS “americanism”. That is no US-militaryism nor militarism ad-Infinitum. Part of winning ouyrselves a non-bReech w democracy as once-Waz purpose, but go beyond, for sanctity of Humanity. There is no choosing straws, as the world-War:dodis behind, gone, and the future is yet boomers most populous-Generation. As the oligarchs liken toward plutocrats and thereby maintain plutocRacy: the new-Rome and those proscriptions are already be explained and disappearing. Why should we-People join w theirs is Bourgeoisie, when they have abandoned “Life” and us w that connote. “R”
Like many countries of the “pink wave” in Latin America, Brazil was an important laboratory of left renewal. The importance this has meant in getting the left out of its vanguardist ruts, the misplaced legacy of a petrified and harmful “Marxism-Leninism,” cannot be under-stated. But the present defeats also weigh heavily. What should we make of them? The rise of an electoral left is not the goal, it is not how we will change society. It is a means, and again a means that involves many risks. Many indeed. There is the problem mentioned above of the “cadres and competents” who ensconce themselves in relative comfort, abandoning the popular movements from which they came. There are the pitfalls of a “political game” where you pretend to make decisions while the real levers of power are well hidden in the interstices of the banks and large corporations. There are the enormous risks of actually confronting the systems of power knowing very well their capacity to destroy, manipulate, annihilate.
Faced with all this, it is necessary to resist the pseudo-projects of “fleeing from politics,” taking refuge in comfort zones where one can dream of experiencing society on a very small scale. Anticipatory projects such as cooperatives, mini-communes or whatever are important. But it is not that, in itself, that will break the power. So we have no choice but to go into the swamp, knowing what to expect. At a time when Québec solidaire (QS) hopes to change the state of affairs, we can be both happy and cautious. It will be interesting to see whether the innovations that served QS so well are furthered, so that we can avoid potential slippages. For example,
The party must remain a place of active and lively debate, and not be content to sink into facile formulas that may be electorally advantageous but may eventually create the illusion that we can change things without making changes. At QS we are not at that point but there is a small risk that the appetite for an electoral breakthrough will bring us down.
Our MNAs and “cadres and competents,” which will increase tenfold in the next period, must accept – as Manon [Massé], Gabriel [Nadeau-Dubois], Amir [Khadir] and others have done – that they are not the “owners” of QS. Nor should they create a situation in which their material situation departs too much from that of their electorate. Here’s an idea: why not establish a rule that elected members put 10% of their income at the disposal of the social movements, and thus outside of their control? 10% of their income?2 A kind of “popular tax” for the movements that are the backbone of the transformation.
The party’s resources should be decentralized, not “captured” at the top by “advisors,” whether experts or not, whose role is to support the elected members. Yes, the MNAs need some in order to perform their parliamentary work, but QS is not just that. Advisors should not be “gate-keepers” preventing the membership from participating effectively in the debate. The big difference for QS, and not only for the next election, is dynamic associations that can build convergence with the mass movements. Theme-based commissions and committees will produce popular education tools and analyses on the burning issues of the day, and not just answers for this or that parliamentary committee.
Changing society entails a relentless, determined, struggle against an implacable adversary that must be neutralized if it is not to neutralize us.”
The Lesson of Brazil the Bullet Latin America November 6, 2018 Pierre Beaudet
Universalism is akin a drivor-license, an indemnity or identifying-Point that does not usurp a meaningful human correlative. Foreinstance, I have a CDL for trukken tRansport-Loads over-the-Roads of empire. The word ‘empire’ correlates as “universal tenet” because that is what knowledge one must assert to dote upon heavy-hauling. Human Rights is a broader overture of resbit for humanity/human-Race, beyond the scope of being fenced-in, as borders, borderlines innocuously indicates and captures or continuum of maintaining citizenry or oppressed-peoples.
BAR has been as precise as they can be, but ought be is yet primary need/goal. Sooo far as I can read, they’ve made mistakes and can recon those at a later space-Time. However, I shall send some articles to them on “nucleaRism” as policy importuning americanism, because I connote the need in hopes on expanding what Universalism is, primarily! “R”
“It was thought by many that the UDHR with its commitments to freedom of thought and speech, assembly, education, life-long social security, health care, food, the right to culture etc., represented the hope of an international community that had learned from the carnage of the Second World War, grew up as a result and were ready to collectively center the dignity of everyone.
70 years later, the historic record is clear. Instead of recognizing the inherent dignity and worth of individuals and collectives, the post-war period has been an era of human depravity.It is estimated that direct and indirect state and non-state violence has resulted in over 30 million dead, whole nations destroyed, the normalization of torture, rape as a weapon of war, millions displaced and once again the rise of neo-fascist movements across Europe and in the United States.
What happened was the continuation of the Pan-European white supremacist colonial/capitalist patriarchy. The historic project temporarily diverted by the war as a result of the Germans bringing the horrors that European colonial domination unleashed on the “Americas” in 1492 back to Europe and applied to other Europeans. But once Hitler was dispensed with, the systematic brutality that created “Europe” continued.
“The stratification of human beings into those with rights and those who were killable, enslavable, and rapable, condemned the non-European colonized to what Fanon referred to as, ‘the zone of non-being.’”
The doctrine of discover, slavery, manifest destiny, the white man’s burden, the responsibility to protect, all of the ideological and policy expressions representing what Enrique Dussell called the underside of what is referred to as Western modernity. That underside that rationalized the stratification of human beings into those with rights and those who were killable, enslavable, and rapable, condemned the non-European colonized to what Fanon referred to as, “the zone of non-being.”
The Pan-European project represented a logic and rationale at the core of the European identity and its material foundation. It created an imperative that could not be easily dispensed of, without negating the very idea and materiality of Europe and what was understood as modernity.
Therefore, there was always an internal contradiction in European thought, captured and reinforced during the so-called Enlightenment, that produced an analytical and conceptual malady that can only be explained as a kind of psychopathology.
In August 1941, with the Nazi march across Europe in full execution, the rhetorical force of collective human rights found expression in the Atlantic Charter produced by the United States and Great Britain. The Charter stated among other tenets that “all people have the right to choose the form of government under which they live.”
It boldly declared that for those people who had been denied this fundamental right, the goal of the war was for to see “sovereign rights and self-government restored to those who have been forcefully deprived of them.”
“The Charter stated among other tenets that ‘all people have the right to choose the form of government under which they live.”
For the 750 million colonial subjects and the tens of thousands conscripted to fight in the war, this was music to their ears.
The Atlantic Charter served as the basis for the Declaration of the United Nations, in January 1942 by twenty-six nations then at war and subsequently by twenty-one other nations. The Declaration endorsed the Atlantic Charter and expressed the conviction that complete victory over their enemies is essential to defend life, liberty, independence and religious freedom, and to preserve human
rights and justice in their own lands as well as in other lands.”
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: Time to De-Colonize Human Rights!
Ajamu Baraka, BAR editor and columnist 05 Dec 2018 https://blackagendareport.com/universal-declaration-human-rights-70-time-de-colonize-human-rights
Precise information of Sept 11th 2001 event was curtailed by fascist-Dictate involving coverups on intel-Gence by either political-Plutocracy: deceits, or by black-Ops w.o. intel-Gence themselves. The persons that I met in 1993, and my being inside building #7, examining how well built and intricate to intel that was predicated, was my part in keeping forthcoming “terrorism” at bay. I did suspect, and not obviate that fBIS and black-Ops would be prescient to the needs of fellow americans who were suspect from the beginning, since nucleaRism was not a “defense” built-in as was Americanism, w respect for patriotism and not w obduracy to become the sidewinder of shooting down any impending aero-Jets which was or “collective and Universal focus”.
We of New York city, knew that WTC was a primary intel-Gence focus, because there were 49 other WTC’s in u.s.a. We american-Socialists also knew the neo-con’s were into maintaining cIAS as destabilizers of democracies world-over—as well as neo-Con’s connections thru dRug sales in/out Mena airport, in Arkansas. We figured “deceit and lies” was their way, but aftermath told us plenty that ex-Mossad and Muslim Brotherhood produced off-shoots for O.B.L thru K.S.M. not being arrested proved that insiders would be murdered—as, indeed 15-19 were. “R”
Donald Trump says that George W. Bush knew 9/11 was coming and had “advanced knowledge” of the attack, but he failed to stop it:
He’s right …
Overwhelming evidence shows that 9/11 was foreseeable. Indeed, Al Qaeda crashing planes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was itself foreseeable. Even the chair of the 9/11 Commission said that the attack was preventable.
A top NSA whistleblower says that the NSA had all of the information it needed prior to 9/11 to stop the attacks. The only reason NSA didn’t share that information with other agencies is because of corruption … in an effort to consolidate power.
In reality, widespread spying by the U.S. government on Americans began before 9/11 (confirmed here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here). And the government tapped the 9/11 hijackers’ phones, and heard the 9/11 hijackers’ plans from their own mouths.
Why didn’t this stop the terror attacks?
Top security experts agree that mass surveillance is actually ineffective … and actually makes us more vulnerable to terrorism, because it distracts people and resources from tried-and-trued counter-terrorism efforts which are effective and actually work.
For example, the former head of global intelligence for the NSA – Bill Binney – says that the mass surveillance INTERFERES with the government’s ability to catch bad guys, and that the government failed to stop the Boston Bombing because it was overwhelmed with data from mass surveillance on Americans. And see this.
Binney says government officials and contractors actually don’t want to solve the terrorism problem … Because once they solve it, they don’t have the “problem” to use as a basic justification to get more money (note … the video clips below are very brief clips which are well worth watching):
And he says that it would be easy to audit the intelligence community to avoid corruption, fraud and waste … but intelligence managers don’t want any oversight:
It’s not just Binney … high-level NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake (and see this), NSA whistleblower Russell Tice, very high-level congressional committee security staffer Diane Roark and Edward Snowden all say that mass surveillance within the U.S. is a corrupt power grab … not an effort aimed at stopping terror-ism.
Power Grab Weakens National Security and Leaves America Vulnerable
America is vulnerable to terrorism because our government officials have been more concerned with building an empire more than stopping terrorism:
A senior officer on the Joint Staff told State Department counter-terrorism director Sheehan he had heard terrorist strikes characterized more than once by colleagues as a “small price to pay for being a superpower”.
And we’re vulnerable to terrorism because we keep backing corrupt corrupt foreign dictators and launching wars to grab other countries’ resources.
And because our counter-terror efforts – including mass surveillance, drone strikes and torture – only increased terrorism. The type of torture used was a special type which is only used for a corrupt reason: to produce FALSE confessions.
And the Co-Chair of the Congressional Inquiry into 9/11 and former Head of the Senate Intelligence Committee – Bob Graham – says that the Paris terror attack, ISIS, and other terrorist developments are a result of American officials covering up the truth about 9/11.
Bottom line: Americans’ safety and security is being sacrificed on the alter of corruption by the military-industrial complex.
NSA Whistleblower William Binney Supports 9/11 Truth
Is the NSA lying about its failure to prevent 9/11?
Revealed: NSA pushed 9/11 as key ‘sound bite’ to justify surveillance”…”
Trump: Bush Had “Advanced Notice” of 9/11 by George Washington – October 21, 2015 http://911truth.org/trump-bush-had-advanced-notice-of-911/
RThe biggest financial-Debacle of this century, past the degeneracies of Jekyll Island coRpoRatist Banks collusioning to not allow we-People nor US-Congress control, as well as the 1928 cRash, has been and gone. The tarnish of 2008 debacle backed by a corporate fascist-sleaze politician, who should have allowed failure, not allowing hand over foot “too big to fail” lingers much more intensely than those who immediately stated, somehow: banks cannot fail. Weld. Banks are business and they should have failed. We the populous were bought “R”
“Corporate owned newspapers have been all aflutter the last few weeks as the
stock market has plunged dramatically by thousands of points. There has been talk of recession and economic downturn when only a few months ago the Wall Street Journal was trumpeting the lowest unemployment rate since 1968. What happened? If all the economic statistics were indicating a healthy economy how did we get to a place where the stock market, the barometer of the health of global capitalism, is in serious turmoil?
The last decade has seen a steady and consistent increase in the price of stocks which has resulted in trillions in profit for the ultra rich. This is unsurprising given that the near economic collapse of 2008 caused stock prices to drop to record lows. While working people lost their homes and jobs by the millions, the banks were able to snap up stocks at incredibly cheap prices.
More than that, the banks were flush with cash given to them by the Federal Government due to their new “Too Big To Fail” status. Taxpayer money went directly from the pockets of workers into the pockets of the banks. The Obama Administration argued that such an influx of cash into the banks would result in them making investments in the greater economy resulting in the creation of jobs and prosperity.
Nothing was further than the truth. This “Trickle Down Economics”, popularized by the Reagan Administration, has been thoroughly debunked in the past. But Obama and the Treasury Department needed a positive spin on their free cash giveaway to the very criminals that caused the crisis in the first place. Instead of creating jobs, the banks created a massive investment bubble by sinking all their newly minted billions into the stock market. Why loan money to a small business which might earn the banks a few hundred thousand in 10 years when they could make millions in a single day speculating on the price of the yen or corn?”
What’s behind the chaos in the stock market?
values of wArs-wArring is death to some folks impoverished and some needing
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