anti-nucleaRist bloG #94/ 05 Jan 2012
I’ve been down to the skinny-Dip swim-Hole, have you been there lately?
You cannot have arm-Pits “gay-Lore’ for weeks-on-end and not want nor need to get-on-Down the swimmin’ hole for garishness w clothes on or for riddance of strontium-90 hang-over? Those funk-Days of lore in 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s,1980’s weld, most of last millennium do not seem like yesterday. There are sum-Memories and nudity and nudelies-gatherings that ended in apartments and Hotels and river-Minus hot-pools of the western-Expanses, too. Those were fun and therefore, KY or “Funky”! One could protest and have body “b-O” and never be thought of indifferently, because, weld—NAFTA did not exist, and Iraq-Wars w NSDU-238 WOULD BE CHARACTERIZED as pretentious which UN-fortunately is not want pretension from the 99%, as they really are! People did not loose ‘fortunes’ by wurkin’ and then jerkin’ alongside the rivers sands and pans all the while lookin’ for sun-tanning: nudelies, to carouse with-to-for, of the usual opposite-gender—and sometimes the same ecstatic-gender!
The oNLY problem was pissin’ in berry-Bushes which oftentimes were not checked for poison-Oak/ivy. I did the scene alongside Wolf Creek TN and the Missouri in indige-Amers country and Mississippi River because I liked to swim “distance”. No matter there were discussions w others on “matter is anti-matter” and that mattered for not “wasting-Time”. An underground was conversational, not so-much “snitchable” but then, the renegades of rightwinging-Reactionary were that obsequious to never wanting nudity, most, morose-times. “R”
“US imperialism had installed dictatorships and engineered coups throughout the last century. From Pinochet in Chile to Ziaul Haq in Pakistan, it was the main architect and the supporter of the most brutal and bestial military regimes. There are several incidents that expose the imperialist attitude towards its own democratic fabrications when they failed to fulfil their designated role of the preservation of capitalist rule. When the Greek colonels took power through a military coup in 1967, Phillips Talbot, the US ambassador in Athens, lamented it as “a rape of democracy”. His cynical CIA chief of station replied: “How can you rape a whore?” Today the hypocritical laurels of democracy portrayed by imperialism are a mere deception to divert the class struggle. They prefer flourishing democracies because in normal situations it is the most economical way to defend their interests. As the economic crisis unraveled beyond control and the weak bourgeois democracies were hesitating to carry out drastic austerity cuts against the masses, the bankers and the imperialist bosses switched over to “technocratic” autarchies in Greece and Italy without any pangs of guilt or remorse. There was not a murmur of protest from the “vibrant” and democratic media.
If they have no problems with dictatorships and autocratic rule, their flirtation with and use of religion has been an important device of their policy. In the 20th century, modern Islamic fundamentalism was the product of US foreign policy in the Middle East and the so-called Muslim world. The main aim was to exploit the religious sentiments of the masses to disrupt the revolutionary movements and class struggle in these societies. It was specially invoked after the defeat of the Israeli, British and the French imperialists in 1956 at the hands of Gamal Abdel Nasser who had inspired a Pan-Arab revolt against imperialism. Today the imperialist support for the despotic obscurantist monarchy in Saudi Arabia and the reactionary regimes of the Gulf States is the cornerstone of their policy in the region.
The main strength of the revolutions in Egypt and elsewhere in the Arab world was their spontaneity, yet it was also their principle weakness. The absence of a Leninist revolutionary party was the main cause of the dithering of these revolutions. The policy of “reconciliation” was brought into play yet again. The coalitions between the Islamic parties and the so-called secular forces were orchestrated by the imperialists in Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt. The CIA’s former strategist Bruce Riedel was the main ideologue of the “new contract” between the imperialists and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. British intelligence indoctrinated and sent back Rachid Ghannouchi from his luxurious exile in London to sabotage the Tunisian revolution. However, these regimes with semi-religious despotism and a facade of bourgeoisie democracy will not solve any of the problems that were the real causes of this revolt. In the present scenario, the masses will return sooner rather than later to the streets. A new wave of revolutions would not be deceived by the Islamists and civil society. It will have to be fought to the finish.”
The gathering storm
Written by Lal Khan Thursday, 05 January 2012
I am meeting womens who are very adept at nudity, or to wearing clothes, partial-clothes, turning-ON others, and pleasuring themselves i.e. like either obviating singularity-as-fact and/or enjoying masturbation to the bleachers beyond the end-zones? This Online accentuation to visuality and sexuality is connotation of “ORgasm-Central” and innuendo seems to eradicate the uses of words/wordage! This orientation is also unique, because the “freedom” cannot be packaging and oNLY partly “defined-as-Definition: needing”! The bias is fortunate, as one cannot really be biased against “nudity and sexuality: the formula of making children into infants”! The bleachers epicurean-Delight will suffer if PIPA and SOPA get too-Much sordidly “coRpoRatist” and then watch-OUT virtuously Revolutionary, aspects of derision and scorn that were with me when I was nine-years old wondering why I was cold in a wet swim-Suit—down by the river, river’s flow, river’s side, waterways w minor & major pollution-Scatter—or beginning to use the senses and allowing remonstrative-Growth parallel no extreme! “R”
“This is big. For the past 80 years, the FBI has used an extremely narrow definition of rape that led to massive underreporting of rape and insufficient federal funding for police departments to fight violence against women.
But after months of sustained pressure, including 140,000 messages sent via Change.org,
Director Robert Mueller announced this week that he gave final approval for the FBI to update its official definition of rape!
That means you moved the FBI. And that’s not an easy thing to do.
Director Mueller’s decision is the most recent proof that when people band together to make change, no institution is immovable.
Just in the past few months, a 22-year-old nanny named Molly Katchpole used Change.org to force both Bank of America and Verizon to roll back newly proposed fees. A Women’s Professional Soccer player got U.S. Soccer to save her league when it was in danger of disbandment. And a grad student forced the Discovery Channel to commit to airing a documentary on climate change that they’d tried to pull from their line-up.”
Change dot org today’s list-serve
I’ve found that PAC’s are useful social-Tools, that sobriety is ediquette, but that they are not morose. The “morosity” comes from the one-Party: system (any think-tank item that occurs ‘can-be-done’ because they say such) that wants everything from you and grants nothing in return i.e. wars are good for you buy you own or buy-to-Own?? This is a catharsis perpetrated to preserve “propaganda and mis-INdformation. Now then, back the topical nature of nurturing the pluralistic!!
The books that proved homogeneity in society was what Sociology had discovered. Major book-Readers were not devoid of being a part in the localized schema of communities, both north and south of san-Fran. People also talked about “not-learning” and what abjection was-is-were, too—while reading. Today, people e-mail and maybe doin’ blogs as they sun-bathe in partial shade blocking too much UV exposure or awaiting sun-Rays for a good-reason. The nudity is a mite scarce, and people scarce as die-Hards, auto-Mechs plausibly. Why are they there, then. Is this because too many asphalted areas, state-parks, regurge rightie-Wingers and other fundamentalist anti-Freedom leaguers, are not goin’ into sensibility for reduction of Nuclear-Weapons or because they have an agenda, or merely scheming to burglarize, too? “R”
“December 31 signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), allowing for indefinite military detention without charges or trial, Barack Obama has made an infamous contribution to the steady march towards police-state dictatorship in the United States.
The sweeping implications of this act, pushed through to provide $662 billion to feed the US war machine, could not be concealed by the shamefaced signing ceremony, held in pri-vate and late in the day on New Year’s Eve to minimize media coverage and public atten-tion.
Nor is the objective content of the clauses legalizing the military’s locking up of American citizens and non-citizens alike on the sole say-so of the White House changed in the slightest by the hypocritical signing statement the president issued in enacting the legislation.
Claiming “serious reservations” about the law he was enacting, Obama declared that “my Administration will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of US citizens.” He allowed that such a practice would “break with our most important traditions and values as a nation.”
Obama’s pledge is as duplicitous as it is worthless. As one of the legislation’s key Democratic sponsors, Senator Carl Levin of Michigan, revealed, the Obama White House intervened directly into the legislative process to kill amendments that would have specifically prohibited the military from indefinitely imprisoning US citizens without trial. It viewed such an exemption as an unacceptable restriction on presidential power.”
“The assault on the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the centuries-old principle of habeas corpus, and the steady erection of the scaffolding for an American police state are not simply the outcome of the personal views or politics of either Bush or Obama.
The process is bound up with the social, economic and political contradictions of American capitalism. It has been developing in an uninterrupted fashion over the course of well over a decade.
In the 2000 election crisis, the Socialist Equality Party warned that the decision of the US Supreme Court to halt the counting of the ballots in Florida and install Bush as president, despite his losing the popular vote, made clear that there existed no significant constituency for democratic rights in the American ruling elite and its political system.”
The scaffolding of an American police state
6 January 2012 WSWS
The rivers are lower, slowed by too many droughts and parvenu’s of wars has torn the social-Fabric decades back i.e. by 1993, many differentiations had to be drawn into spirit-less consequence. Way back in Orgasm-Central: cyber-Space, there are women who love women for your ‘pleasure’ or no-One for their own pleasure, but if you’re suspect for seeking pleasure who cares! This immodesty is almost “progressive”, like wowsville, Bohemian Lifestyle disappeared. I wonder w all my sun-Blast radiation-Dots from werkin’ on hot metals in tanks tops, in high altitude, whether my extreme is too cautious for eyeballs, or maybe whether I can find an “opposite-gender” who really means to be w someone in the next fortnite before people adumbrate that Reduction is not NSDU-238? We do not try enough to dwell upon “time-Off” soooo that space-Time is outta synchronization “Sync”. The vagaries of being robbed has made my life too extreme, not comatose, not ecstatic, not sensual for ‘wars’ not sexual for redemption, nor lies, nor figments of absorption.
“Ten years ago, Army Colonel Terry Carrico watched a C-141 land at Guantánamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba. He had planned for the moment carefully, and he knew very well what the cargo was: 20 detainees sent from Afghanistan. Carrico was the first camp commander of what would become the world’s most famous terrorism prison, and this was its opening day.[…]Carrico also says plainly that he believes it is wrong to keep people indefinitely without trial based on secret evidence. He argues that people captured in the war on terror should be arrested and tried in courts of law, not locked up at places like Guantánamo. “It goes against the way I was trained and what I believe,” he tells The Daily Beast, “to hold someone indefinitely with lack of evidence or proof.”
Though created under the Bush administration and despite promises from a candidate Obama to close the facility, David Cole argues in The Nation that “Guantánamo is a deeper problem today than it ever was.” He continues:
No longer a temporary exception, it has become a permanent fixture in our national firmament. And although at one time we could blame President George W. Bush’s unilateral assertions of unchecked executive power for the abuses there, the continuing problem that is Guantánamo today is shared by all three government branches, and ultimately by all Americans. With President Obama’s signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on New Year’s Eve, the prison is sure to be with us—and its prisoners sure to continue in their legal limbo—for the indefinite future.”
Ex-Commander of Guantanamo Prison: ‘Close It’
January 6, 2012 by CommonDreams.org http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2012/01/06-1
Tradition is w.i. the confines of the non-grotesque “truth-Composites of ‘Life’…” not w.o. the task of being rid the anxiety, since matter does float-mildly back and holds w.i. the stress zones of non-Accomplishment. the Philosophy involvements of ‘disarmament’ pertain to the truths of community, yet the inclusiveness is non-Elite, since “philosophical political-Science” can offer inclusions. The question of eXpert thus enters, as a “political-Analyst” is not necessarily a philosophical-Political expert, but can and is an authority of definitions. Words, wordage, words-Usages are the Intelligentsia, whereas professed “specialization” is not entirely allowed in “philosophy of politics” and must be maintained as such. This is by definition! There is one context that has IMpermeated “u-S society” that of attorneys as “politicians” and that is why there is such immense tyranny of corruption in “not recognizing” and correcting those directives of plutocracy. Like, we can and do need “p-e-a-c-e” and the use of the word, and the sexual pleasures practicing in society for a future w.o. Oligarchs—UNless they’re in jail and happy w bars “steel-Bars, not alcohol” for what they have done is “murder”? “R”
Not soooo much “peace” that the words “Peace not wars” is warn-Out & leaves the empire’s society w.o. a culture, in oNLY usuried militaryist-Polity: by-Product…
a voice fRom the VOId, the peace-Warrior,
–note peace-Warrior bloG #49
Tags/ NSDU-238, assault, indefinite military detention, Bohemian Lifestyle, National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Guantánamo Bay, new-Rome, Naval Station in Cuba, tyranny of corruption, policy of reconciliation, Greek colonels, David Cole, technocratic autarchies