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anti-nucleaRist bloG#153/ 02 April 2013 the new-Rome Wars do not make commitment to common decency

anti-nucleaRist bloG#153/ 02 April 2013
the new-Rome Wars do not make commitment to common decency

The new-Rome continues to disavow the Palestines people their lands, i.e. namely GAZA and West Bank. The Jewish people are corrosive about how they progress atop those lands as the IDF invades and diminishes the Palestines. The new-Rome gives increasing billions$ per year, while US Social Security makes changes further from our perceived human capacity—that being 60-62 years recommended retirement for any long-term association w performance in output levels. “R”

PressTV: “Israel launches fresh airstrike on Gaza Strip” The Israeli military officials have confirmed that there had been a strike in Gaza, but gave no further details. “Over 160 Palestinians, including women and children, were killed and about 1,200 others were injured in the Israeli attacks on Gaza from November 14 to 21.”


The neighbors of Israels, were attacked in 2006, and were abused by white-Phosphorous and some reports of NSDU-238, as well. The new-Rome has since invaded Libya, and imported troops or arms for al Qaeda (the base). The INvasions and military machine is all that remains of the manufacturing which was once, the U.S. Republic. Oligarchs and plutocracy are the suppressions we have known since the first nuclear-Weapon of NSDU-238,and the military-Hegemony following the “non-Apology to Japan” for a massacre of 245,000 persons o 99.999999 % civilians capacity. The Hezbollah has been a much better balance than Saddam Insane ever was, but they do not buy nor procure the new-Rome’s ways of discvilry. “R”

Hezbollah accuses US, Israel of trying to drag Lebanon into crisis
elections in June, will not be suffocated by IDF/US …
see image @ elections April 2014..


The new-Rome is constantly suppressing socialist states more orderly than war-Chaos theory predilected inconsequencia of INvasions are good for you. You can bury the dead when we’re thru, installing more disorder and after sewing lack of dissent. This lack o homogeneity may by great for not securing an evacuation plan from all 104 NPP’s in US, which are also very-very prone to meltdowns as the ongoing Daiichis-3 since 25 months ago—continuing to spew cesium-137 yes, but the UN-corked pu-239 ages all-the-d-Day long!
Allowing Hamid Karzai to find room in the shrinking states, does not demean that social-Nationalism has happened, but that socialism was waylaid in 1978. Afghans can ask themselves the same as we-Amers, will be strive daily for democracy or face impending doom and capitalist-Totalitarian gloom? “R”

Press TV: “Taliban chief Mullah Omar can run for Afghan presidency:
Karzai” @


I am already remiss on seeing Russell Means last June (2012) as he had been quite sick and recovered enough to make enterprise of a legacy that I knew as we grew together into brotherhood, 1968, Benicia CA. Another indige-Amer has either been unjustly given death, or we’re as remiss of his on-goings/activist doings as you are of my dotings—if, I do not write bloGs…Currently into watching w you! “R”

global Research TV: Episode 263 – Remembering Splitting The Sky
Mohawk activist. 9/11 truth campaigner. War criminal protester. Attica State riot leader. Gustafsen Lake Standoff organizer. Splitting The Sky had a remarkable life. Tragically, that life was cut short last week after an unexplained incident near his home in Chase, British Columbia. Today on The Corbett Report we memorialize his life and reflect on the legacy he leaves behind. @


Russell Means was an indige-Amer friend—one of my many auspices of socio-Polity and Human Rights activism. His legacy, quite different than mine, yet we did cross paths, many times. Starting w gRad Studies while I attended UC Davis, CA and courses in UC Berkeley CA, my camping in his driveway yet appeased our plenary sessions as he did need to expand on Alacatraz Island landing and how bad was the purveyances of sociology or anthropomorphics. Russell and Leonard Peltier and Dennis Banks and I made auto-sitting and non-drinking a solemn perusal into formidability in Minneapolis and St. Paul in 1968 and 1969. The formidableness was for A.I.M. and his dotings would drag me from one geography of anti-Nuclearist protests to studying how to photograph the Res, and the traditional basics into words, too! Russell’s blogs and videos became his post book publication, as I was there w Glenn Morris at Russell’s book signing and speech. Quite a remarkable activist. Quite a grotesque array of memories of what ailed his consciousness, and mine, as we shared depth meanings in his tribal cabalist ways of amer-Tribes under capitalist exterminations, massacres, murder’s starvations, deprivations, women’s sterilizations, child school, abductions, the whole array.

“Russell Means was born on November 10, 1939, only 49 years after the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890, where some 350 Oglala Lakota people, mostly women and children, were killed by the Seventh Cavalry of the United States Army. Wounded Knee was, of course, also the place of the 1973 armed stand-off with the United States for 71 days by traditional Oglala Lakota people, activists of the American Indian Movement (founded by George Mitchell and Dennis Banks) and other supporters.
Russell participated in the occupation of Wounded Knee when he was 34 years old. The event captured international attention and placed a global focus on the dire conditions of Indian nations and peoples at that time. 1973 was 83 years after the Wounded Knee Massacre, or the single life span of an Elder, which tells us how recently those events of the past took place.
Russell left behind him the powerful legacy of a lifelong, unceasing, and heartfelt commitment to his Oglala Lakota Nation and people, and to all Indian nations and peoples. He believed in and fought for the right of the Oglala Lakota people to live an independent existence in their own traditional territory, free from the colonial yoke of the United States.
As was true of great Indian leaders of the past, such as Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, Russell was controversial, and, at times, not well understood. Russell had a natural gift for publicizing Indian issues during the early days of the American Indian Movement, starting in the 1960s. In a highly vocal way, he stood up and said “no” to the oppression of Indian people.”

Russell Means: In Memoriam
Steven Newcomb November 15, 2012

Personal Quotes
“The one thing I’ve always maintained is that I’m an American Indian. I’m not politically correct. Everyone who’s born in the Western Hemisphere is a Native American. We are all Native Americans.
All European tradition, Marxism included, has conspired to defy the natural order of all things. Mother Earth has been abused, the powers have been abused, and this cannot go on forever. No theory can alter that simple fact. Mother Earth will retaliate, the whole environment will retaliate, and the abusers will be eliminated. Things come full circle, back to where they started. That’s revolution.
You see the one thing I’ve always maintained is that I’m an American Indian. I’m not a Native American. I’m not politically correct. Everyone who’s born in the Western Hemisphere is a Native American. We are all Native Americans. And if you notice, I put “American” before my ethnicity. I’m not a hyphenated African-American or Irish-American or Jewish-American or Mexican-American.
Hollywood hasn’t changed. It is the most racist, anti-Indian institution in the world.”

Russell Means (1939–2012)

“Means is best known for his life-long efforts to bring attention to the plight of Indigenous Americans. In 1970, he became the first national director of the American Indian Movement (AIM), a civil rights group founded in Minneapolis in 1968. The United States had been mostly oblivious to the dire circumstances in which most Native Americans lived. Even now, for example, Pine Ridge remains one of the most impoverished communities in the country.
Perhaps Means’ most controversial act was a 71-day standoff against federal agents at Wounded Knee on Pine Ridge. Wounded Knee is the site of one of the worst massacres in Native American history: the slaughter of some 350 Sioux Indians on December 29, 1890. As a protest against the deplorable living conditions of Pine Ridge’s residents, Means led a contingent of more than 200 fellow Indians to overthrow the reservation’s leadership. The incident, which began on February 27, 1973, drew in the U.S. Marshals Service, the FBI and thousands of law enforcements officials. Both sides were heavily armed and fired upon one another; killing 2 of the protestors and paralyzing one of the law enforcement agents. After 71 days, Means and the other protestors surrendered. The government charged them with assault and conspiracy, but dropped the indictments the following year.
Means continued his activism, marching on Washington, D.C., in 1978 to protest anti-Indian legislation, including the forced sterilization of Indian women. Called the “Longest Walk,” Means led hundreds of people from San Francisco to Washington, the largest
protest at the time.

Chief Writing Wolf


they could not have obstructed national “defense” because Y-12 only makes offensive, first-strike weapons

Not that the we-Peeps do not need a Defense, but because we DO NOT HAVE ONE. However, the overly reactionary reactiveness is spitefulness against reactors currently melting, and DON’T YOU REALLY WANT TO z
KNOW how lameo’d the world looked from their standpoint of “always offense”. That is offensive, hegemonyite odious and obsequious, irresolute and maybe a word for peace on the board of the outhouse. John has some data for you, and I have my social-Commentary “view” both of what are “fugue”.

Are NPP’s the same. Not at a Y-12—asked to move arrested once for being an onlooker. That’s UN-just police-state 1970’s. Slow forward to today as 30-years of wars maintain, discipline for propaganda and empire. That an a-Hole judge who ought to go to Y-12 and the pRotests in 1970-71-72 and in 1974, before asking permission to “inspect the site as a citizen” then we’ll let you all introspect that there is no-Defense from the lack of implosion force that may yet be reactionaryist polemic by NSA delinquents seeing themselves w.o. knowing who they are. Really.

Let’s allow the judge some flatulence to be introspected, too. His own. That a judge does not allow “witness” defense makes sense if you’re going to have a court, which is evidently different than merely going to court to sit and not judge, in the judicial’s case, a courtroom mockery in-the-making of further ennui for nonsense sake not wholly boring. How dare the judge propagate a farce in his own name. Defense is protecting radionuclides while reducing thermo-nuclears and making radionuclides measurements in pacific-ocean molecules so that we DO NOT EAT. That’s not obviating so-called hyperbollic vitriol forensic of sick-Judge is that, now. The sentencing beforehand saves use of one sheet paper. Which was the pink side? Which is the chlorinated side. Is tissue the issue judge. The democracy side does not exist anymore… “R”

“Sr. Rice, Boertji-Obed and Walli had in- tended to prove, like Howard and Hastings before them, they could not have obstructed national “defense” because Y-12 only makes offensive, first-strike weapons. But as Federal Magistrate Clifford Shirley wrote in his March 26 order, “[T]his court finds that the defendants may be prosecuted for interference with national security and destruction of government property irrespective of whether the United States’ possession, manufacture and policy regarding nuclear weapons violates international law.” To ensure the jury could never acquit, he further found that, “The defendants may not present a defense of necessity or justification … [or] evidence that the operations at Y-12 violated inter-national or domestic law, evidence that their actions were compelled by the Nuremberg Principles …”

The evidence was to have come from former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, who on April 23 presented 1.5 hours of sworn testimony in what’s called an “offer of proof.” The Honorable Mr. Clark explained to the court how a reasonable person could conclude that deploying nuclear weapons (“deterrence”) is a violation of the UN Charter, the Nuremberg Charter & Principles, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the US Constitution. Even though Clark was USAG in July 1968 when President Johnson and 61 other heads of state signed the treaty and when the White House submitted it to the Senate for ratification, his expertise was rejected by trial judge Amul Thapar — as were other offers of proof presented by experts in international law, nuclear weapons and nonviolent social change. Without a chance to explain the legal basis for their action, the conviction of Megan,
Michael and Greg was a foregone conclusion.”

Disarmament Activists “Guilty” of Sabotage–Courtroom Kabuki Dance With Conviction a Foregone Conclusion
By John LaForge Nukewatch Qtr summer 2013


My approximations of curtailments to principles, morals, traditions, and tribalist anthropology are not being discussed because the youths of today are being very inconsiderate of themselves and the laws of land, as well as virtue is knowing what the Ecology actually looked prior to cutting of “canopies”. Wars are not “patriotic missions” but rather neurotic omissions of fact and not fantasy, of fallacy to underscore when laws protect the socio-Polity and when that system of democracy has become so lax that suicides from serving in military is a better less futile mission in Life’s hardship pains and pangs.
Futilizing the civilians and soldiers, from US, those who are both mal-informed and often times overly sensitive to propaganda being the zeal leader rather than the Constitution, the empire’s wealth is drained and the erosion of democracy is tapped again and again for Oligarchic-Plutocracy. “R”

“…as with Vietnam and Iraq (among many others) those responsible for the deaths of American boys fighting wars in distant locales are not the protesters, whistleblowers, and journ-alists like Greenwald, who call attention to the bases of war decisions and the lies and suppressions that hide from the public the real reasons and results of those decisions. On the contrary, it is the decision-makers and their spokespersons and apologists who bear primary responsibility for American deaths.

In the case of the Iraq invasion-occupation of 2003-2012, here again it was hardly the protesters who were responsible for the 4,488 U.S. military deaths (let alone the million or so Iraqi deaths), it was George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, the politicians like Joseph Biden and Peter King who supported and voted for the war, and Bill Keller, Judith Miller, Rupert Murdoch and the rest of the media cohort that helped offset the opposition of the masses of protesters who didn’t want our boys to be sent abroad to participate in a war of aggression based on big lies, and get killed in the process. The weapons of mass destruction were not there, and the follow-up idea that the war was in the interest of Iraqi democracy was as laughably fraudulent as the U.S. quest for self-determination in Vietnam.

It was also part of the genius of the managers of the U.S. death machine, which included (and includes) a supportive mass media, that they were able to pretend that this country was combating North Vietnamese “aggression,” seeking to preserve an “independent South Vietnam,” and trying to allow the South Vietnamese populace “freedom of choice” and “self-determination.” They even coined the phrase “internal aggression,” that allowed the fact that South Vietnam and the South Vietnamese–the home and population base of the National Liberation Front, the main oppositional military force–were fighting the U.S. and mercenary forces, to constitute aggressing against the invader of their own territory!

While steadily escalating the violence in Vietnam, the U.S. leaders pretended to offer negotiations for a compromise settlement, but they were unwilling to make serious concessions because of the domestic political costs of losing to Communists, the weight they gave to “credibility,” and their belief that the enemy must eventually surrender to the vastly greater U.S. military and killing capability.”

Responsibility for War Deaths: U.S. Political Leaders or War Protesters? By Edward S. Herman Global Research, July 13, 2013


Belligerence was the way of the first-Rome, and the US empire is no different than the second-Rome. Belligerence satisfies the blood thirsty capitalist-Totems of totalitarian beyond compare—arrogance. The hegemon raised it’s head by installing Truman in the chicago-Democratic machine, 1944. May be that many already insiders knew that NSDU-238 was presciently availing of the principle of “nuclear-Radiologic contaminations” for sure. My own antipathy says the people are lazy and the we-people always seek to know. These truths altho self-apparent are never quite evident. The fact is that not enough people read enough each day to underscore the foppish indigent nature of misconstruing-History of the past presentments by updating! Period . “R”

“Do you think that this is the end game for the US?
Chossudovsky: Well, you know, the recruitment of death squads is part of a well-established US military agenda. It has a very long history.
It is a gruesome process of funding and supporting terror brigades and it goes back to the Vietnam war, it precedes the war in Afghanistan. But yes, al-Qaeda is a creation of the
CIA. Everybody knows that.
And al-Qaeda continues to be a US-sponsored intelligence asset which is being used to destabilize sovereign countries as well as wage terror activities on behalf of the western military alliance.
We are dealing with the criminalization of the American State where dealing with governments which have abandoned any commitment to the value of human life, we can see it with the targeted assassinations which are now ongoing in the United States and which are legal and so on.
So this is the agenda of the United States of America. It is a very sad period in the world history.

Press TV: Thirteen million dollars worth of weapons for the militants are being provided by the UK. Meanwhile, training is also being provided by France as well as the US.
Now, why don’t these countries just come out and say it that they are basically waging a proxy war in Syria, the prime objective being not human rights, not democracy, but just the removal of Bashar al-Assad at any cost?
Chossudovsky: I think what we are witnessing is the criminal nature of US foreign policy where covert support is being supplied to terrorists to wage their war. It is their war and it is a very cynical and criminal process.
It was my understanding that when John Kerry were to take over the position of Secretary of State that he would seek a diplomatic path but what has happened is the heightened support to al-Nusra terrorists which in fact are the foot soldiers of the western military alliance.
And we have to bear in mind that this is something which has occurred from day one in Dara, almost two years ago in the middle of March 2011 when death squads came in from neighboring countries involved in killing civilians.
And the only way which the United States and its allies can sustain their legitimacy is to the blatant manipulation of the facts by the western media.”

US Supports Terrorism under Guise of “War on Terror” by grtv w Michel Chossudovsky of Global Research Posted on: March 11, 2013

Remember the civilians being killed daily by the new-Rome is an insult to our Humanity, as well as rudeness that they have not been arrested and jailed for the offensives…

End these 30-years of illegal-Wars people, a voice from the VOId, the
peace-Warrior, “R” Addison

–note: anti-NucleaRist bloG-scAPe #193

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Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

I started into believing that I would be able to show my data and my photogRapHics in 1996. By 1998 I was learning computers would gain ascendant methods thru technics of programming for a future connected to data and information. That was nuclear-Molecular finding(s) to share and my personal-Activism w first account specifics and engendering(s).

As cameras went 'digital-Tech' I fond that editing was also to follow in 2004. Then, in 2005 my first digital camera had replaced usage(s) of s.l.r. 35 mm's. I have no mercy nor pity for the thieves who have stolen my hard werk, as anxiety of what I allowed was mid-stReam--anyway! Those asshole-Pukes have cost me $1,000's on a fixed income and I remain single, sole-Survivor of two-Families w.o. offspring!

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