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With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility…

By on Jan 19, 2003 in Media, Politics | 0 comments

The US government is showing far too much of the former, and far too little of the latter. The US government has gone out of it’s way, yet straight to it’s interests – over and over and over. What are the arguments for going to war? I’d like to address what you might have to say, there are many arguments – most of which I consider preposterous, however, since you must believe in the credibility of at least some of them…here it goes, in no particular order. 1. A war on Iraq is part of the ‘War on Terror’ – do you go for that? Even knowing that whether or not Osama Bin Laden & Al Qaeda were responsible for the WTC horror – they are certainly not affliated with Saddam Hussein – in fact, if anything – Osama Bin Laden has constantly villified Saddam Hussein, as an oppressor of his people. Iraq has not engaged in...

Please…

By on Dec 26, 2002 in Politics | 0 comments

You have to believe it’s possible, that’s it not too late. : I mean it. : As much as I *know* it’s going to happen, I also know it can be stopped. : It just takes people. People thinking, talking, people rejecting it, people denying that this is what they are, that this is what they do. : People refusing to accept the double talk when all it means is murder. Murder. Murder. : And if a 16 year old kid in Arizona isn’t giving up, if another 16 year old in Australia understands… : Then there’s hope. : No? : More people. : You know – the ISM? : Heard of them? They’re called the International Solidarity Movement. : They’re just a bunch of people, I’ve met some of them. : They’re good folk. : They went to / go to – Palestinian areas – and sleep at random homes – knowing, that when there’s enough of them...

Ligabue : .

By on Oct 11, 2002 in Music | 0 comments

“Non si può sempre perdere per cui giochiamoci certe luci non puoi spegnerle. Se è un purgatorio è nostro perlomeno.” – ‘Urlando Contro il Cielo’, Ligabue “You can’t always lose, that’s why we play, you can’t extinguish certain lights. If it’s a purgatory, at least it’s ours.” – “Shouting At The Sky”, by Ligabue Well, yeah – for what it’s worth 😉

Bits & Pieces : .

By on Oct 9, 2002 in Media, Politics | 0 comments

From “Brainwashing in the United States” by Ann Pettifer, published in Counter Punch : “Primo Levi did not think the Jewish catastrophe should be used to justify “what he regarded as Israeli tribalist and aggressive actions in the name of a sacred history of unique suffering.” Laqueur, (who is also Jewish) writes that the Israeli invasion (under Ariel Sharon) of Lebanon in 1982 greatly disturbed Primo Levi, “and on the eve of a trip back to Auschwitz, Levi signed a petition, together with other Jewish intellectuals, calling for the withdrawal of Israeli troops and recognition of the rights of all peoples in the region. ‘Everyone is someone’s Jew‘ he was quoted as saying in an interview ‘and today the Palestinians are the Jews of the Israelis.'”” From Harper’s Weekly Review, October 1st, 2002, and in reference...

What Really Happened In 9/11!

By on Sep 15, 2002 in Media, Politics | 0 comments

Well, most Americans will tell you that a group of Islamic Terrorists hijacked American Planes. That some of the hijackers succeeded in guiding the planes into the World Trade Center in New York. That on that fateful day, America became a victim. What do most Americans – if I am to believe the media, say? One thing, in a loud, clear chorus. The call behind which the American President George W. Bush has riled a nation. A nationalism. “We, ” the Americans say, “Will Never Forget.” I wonder if the Chileans ever did. ‘9/11‘ means one thing to Americans now, one thing. If the media succeeds, then ‘9/11’ – will mean just one thing to the whole international community; The day America went rabid. The Jews had a holocaust and from it the Zionists forged the Colonialist Military Occupation known as Israel. The Bush Administration is...

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