Wednesday, July 27, 2011

One World One Revolution

The events of 28-29 June, 2011 through the eyes of the People's Assembly media crew at Syntagma Square, Athens.

Gigantic Crack Opens Up In Mexico - Alert -Pole Shift-Brown Dwarf-Nibiru-Elenin


The crack appeared on 13 July in Santa Maria Huejoculco in Chalco, State Mexico, land has now reached the thousand 500 meters long and the authorities have not taken preventive measures, warned James Espinoza Hilario, responsible for planning Social of the project Sierra Nevada of the Autonomous Metropolitan University.

In addition, after survey work was detected in Santa Maria Huejoculco get another gap of about four km which reaches La Candelaria Tlapala, in the community of Miraflores, in Chalco, explained Professor in interview with Martín Espinosa, for group picture Multimedia.

These failures [are] part of a family of cracks that exist in the region and threaten to spread across the entire area east of the Valley of Mexico, result in the overexploitation of water table and the proliferation of housing.

This event began back 2009 in a small area of this region but since it has grown and opened wide up eating up everything around it.

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Suicide Plague: Japan swept by Fukushima depression


The head of the International Atomic Watchdog is visiting Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant for the first time since March's devastating earthquake and tsunami. Yukiya Amano has promised to help with the recovery effort and discussed what aid is needed at a meeting with the country's Prime Minister. As well as killing thousands, the natural disasters caused the plant's reactor cores to melt and leak dangerous amounts of radiation into the environment. But the IAEA chief says the workers at the plant ARE capable of bringing the leak under control by early next year as planned. Residents evacuated from a town close to the area held a belated memorial for the dead and missing on the irradiated no-man's land. But even many of those who survived are struggling with their own nuclear nightmare. RT's Sean Thomas explains.

Against Dumb


At smart USA, we think dumb, mindless consumption is at an all-time high. We could all be a little smarter and happier by buying just the right stuff, not all of it.

Against Work

From The Abolition of Work by Bob Black

No one should ever work.

Work is the source of nearly all the misery in the world. Almost any evil you'd care to name comes from working or from living in a world designed for work. In order to stop suffering, we have to stop working.

That doesn't mean we have to stop doing things. It does mean creating a new way of life based on play; in other words, a *ludic* conviviality, commensality, and maybe even art. There is more to play than child's play, as worthy as that is. I call for a collective adventure in generalized joy and freely interdependent exuberance. Play isn't passive. Doubtless we all need a lot more time for sheer sloth and slack than we ever enjoy now, regardless of income or occupation, but once recovered from employment-induced exhaustion nearly all of us want to act. Oblomovism and Stakhanovism are two sides of the same debased coin.



The ludic life is totally incompatible with existing reality. So much the worse for "reality," the gravity hole that sucks the vitality from the little in life that still distinguishes it from mere survival. Curiously -- or maybe not -- all the old ideologies are conservative because they believe in work. Some of them, like Marxism and most brands of anarchism, believe in work all the more fiercely because they believe in so little else.

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The War for Catch-22

The tragicomic 1961 novel that sprang from Joseph Heller’s experience as a W.W. II bombardier mystified and offended many of the publishing professionals who saw it first. But thanks to a fledgling agent, Candida Donadio, and a young editor, Robert Gottlieb, it would eventually be recognized as one of the greatest anti-war books ever written. In an adaptation from his Heller biography, Tracy Daugherty recalls the tortured eight-year genesis of Catch-22 and its ultimate triumph.

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Cyber Weapons: The New Arms Race

By Michael Riley and Ashlee Vance


In the early morning hours of May 24, an armed burglar wearing a ski mask broke into the offices of Nicira Networks, a Silicon Valley startup housed in one of the countless nondescript buildings along Highway 101. He walked past desks littered with laptops and headed straight toward the cubicle of one of the company’s top engineers. The assailant appeared to know exactly what he wanted, which was a bulky computer that stored Nicira’s source code. He grabbed the one machine and fled. The whole operation lasted five minutes, according to video captured on an employee’s webcam. Palo Alto Police Sergeant Dave Flohr describes the burglary as a run-of-the-mill Silicon Valley computer grab. “There are lots of knuckleheads out there that take what they can and leave,” he says. But two people close to the company say that they, as well as national intelligence investigators now looking into the case, suspect something more sinister: a professional heist performed by someone with ties to China or Russia. The burglar didn’t want a computer he could sell on Craigslist. He wanted Nicira’s ideas.

Intellectual-property theft is hardly unheard of in Silicon Valley. Most often, it takes place when a hacker breaks into a network and goes after a widely used product. This was a physical break-in by an armed robber who was after arcane technology that isn’t even on the market yet. Nicira has spent the past four years quietly developing computing infrastructure software for data centers. According to the company’s sparse website, Nicira’s founders came from the computer science departments of Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley, and the company counts big venture capital names, including Andreessen Horowitz and New Enterprise Associates, as its backers. Nicira also sought a grant from the Defense Dept. to work on networking technology for the military. Nicira declined to comment for this article. (Bloomberg LP, which owns Bloomberg Businessweek, is an investor in Andreessen Horowitz.)

Those familiar with the burglary refuse to talk about it on the record, citing orders handed down by the federal investigators. In private, they share a common concern: Cyber espionage and nation-state-backed hacking incidents appear to be increasing in frequency and severity. What once seemed the province of Hollywood—high-tech robbers with guns; Internet worms that take out power plants—has become real. They fear that online skirmishes and spying incidents are escalating into a confusing, vicious struggle that involves governments, corporations, and highly sophisticated free-ranging hackers. This Code War era is no superpower stare-down; it’s more like Europe in 1938, when the Continent was in chaos and global conflict seemed inevitable.

At least 1,400 arrests for antiwar dissent, but who’s counting? Not the press.

The national news media almost totally ignore homefront protests of the Afghanistan war, killer drones, torture, and more, regardless of their newsworthiness. By its lack of coverage, isn’t the press thus helping perpetuate an endless war?

Part of a Nieman Watchdog series, 'Reporting the Endgame'

By John Hanrahan, Nieman Watchdog

[Also read our follow-up story in which a Washington Post editor tries to explain his paper's lack of coverage of antiwar protest: Coulda, woulda, shoulda coverage of antiwar protests.]

Antiwar activists repeatedly stage dramatic acts of civil disobedience in the United States but are almost entirely ignored by mainstream print and broadcast news organizations. During the Vietnam era, press coverage of the fighting and opposition to it at home helped turn public opinion against the war. This time around lack of homefront coverage may be helping keep military involvement continue on and on. 

In the past two years, protests of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, killer drones, torture, nuclear weapons and other war-related issues have been carried out at nuclear weapons silos and production facilities, military bases, unmanned drone facilities, major defense contractors’ headquarters and offices, the Nevada Nuclear Test site, nuclear weapons design laboratories, military recruiting centers, the U.S. Capitol, the White House, federal buildings in various states, the U.S. Strategic Air Command, and numerous other war-oriented sites across the country. 

The protests don’t begin to approach the level of those during the Vietnam war or in the early years of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars – but that’s not a reason to ignore them. The fact is, protest is much more widespread than citizens might gauge from coverage in newspapers and television, which seldom report antiwar actions regardless of how significant or newsworthy they may be. As we briefly observed in 
a previous article: By ignoring antiwar protests almost totally, editors are treating opposition to the ongoing war in Afghanistan much as they handled the run-up to the war in Iraq: They are missing an important story and contributing to the perception that there is no visible opposition to the U.S. wars and ever-growing military budgets, even as polls show overwhelming support for early U.S. military withdrawal. 
 
Although arrests are indicative of only a small portion of antiwar activity, 
a case-by-case compilation by prominent civil liberties attorney Bill Quigley shows more than 2,600 arrests nationwide for various protests on progressive issues from 2009 until late May of this year, with nearly 1,400 of them coming in antiwar-related actions‚ almost all of which stem from protests involving nonviolent civil disobedience. Quigley derived most of his information from the newsletter The Nuclear Resister , which for several years has tracked arrests of anti-war and anti-nuclear weapons activists nationwide as much as it can, given the lack of press coverage.
   
In the last seven months alone, there have been more than 550 documented arrests of antiwar protesters and some important court trials which, while often receiving local coverage, seldom find their way into major news organizations' reports. 

"Although we haven't recently had the gigantic demonstrations of those Vietnam War years,” Quigley told Nieman Watchdog, “in my experience, what you have today is a lot of smaller, passionate and persistent activities going on all over the country. A lot of peaceful protests and civil disobedience. The mainstream press doesn’t cover that." Quigley is a law professor at Loyola University New Orleans and associate legal director at the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Regarding the arrest figures he compiled, Quigley said they “certainly underestimate the number actually arrested” because so many of them go unreported in the press. This, he said, is in contrast to the media standard for covering overseas dissent, which is to “focus so intently on arrests of protestors in other countries.”

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New--Shocking video of Bahrainian Army shooting protesters with Auto-matic weapons,wounding some,killing others--2011--(Graphic)

Wounded,gunfire,panic and death in the streets.

Leaked Video out of Bahrain,as the Bahrainian Army opens fire on civilian protestors.,this vid is "allegedly" recent....May or June according to other posts,i can not confirm this,but i haven't see much from Bahrain,so i assume there's a chance it isn't on liveleak.


Spain's 'indignants' launch march to Brussels

About 50 of Spain's indignant protesters set off from Madrid for Brussels on foot Tuesday to protest against the economic crisis and raise awareness in Europe of their two-month-old movement.

Many of those taking part in the roughly 1,500-kilometre (950-mile) long trek to Belgium were among the over 500 protesters who walked for several weeks to Madrid from cities across Spain to take part in a march on Sunday.

"From north to south, east to west, the fight goes on no matter what it costs," the protesters chanted just before they set off from Madrid's Puerta de Sol square under a blazing sun and to the applause of onlookers.

The protesters expect to walk an average of 24 kilometres (15 miles) each day and plan to arrive in Brussels on October 8 after crossing France.

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Franco Berardi Bifo: The time for indignation is over

I would like to talk about something that everybody knows, but that, so it seems, no one has the boldness to say. That is, that the time for indignation is over. Those who get indignant are already starting to bore us. Increasingly, they seem to us like the last guardians of a rotten system, a system without dignity, sustainability or credibility. We don’t have to get indignant anymore, we have to revolt.

To me the word insurrection means to rise up; it means to assert our dignity as human beings, as workers, as citizens, in an uncompromising way. But it also means something else. It means to fully unfold the potency of the body and of collective knowledge, of society, of the net, of intelligence. To entirely unfold what we are, in a collective way. This is the essential point. Those who say that insurrection is a utopia are sometimes cynics, sometimes just idiots. Those who say that it is not possible to revolt, do not take into account that, to us, almost everything is possible. Only, this “almost everything” is subjugated by the miserable obsession for profit and accumulation. The obsession for profit and accumulation led our country and all European countries to the verge of a terrifying catastrophe into which we are now sinking, and we should realize we are already quite far into it. It is the catastrophe of barbarism and ignorance.

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Teaching Insurrection - Franco Berardi Bifo | Through Europe from Through Europe on Vimeo.


Turkey: William Burroughs’ Publisher, Translator on Trial for Pornography

By Maria Eliades, Eurasianet.org


For aficionados of the Beat writers, an obscenity trial in Turkey is a throwback to half a century ago, when Naked Lunch was banned in Boston.

The Turkish publisher and translator of William S. Burroughs' The Soft Machine are facing prison terms of six months to three years for allegedly violating a Turkish law against the publication and writing of pornography. Their trial, which opened in Istanbul on July 6, is the first in Turkey to target the work of a Beat Generation writer.

First published in 1961, The Soft Machine is a classic Burroughs drug-addled narrative, relating the time-travel journey of a secret agent battling with Mayan priests using mind control to direct slaves to harvest maize. The work uses an anti-establishment “broken” literary form called the cut-up method. The book also details Burroughs’ own struggle with drug addiction, which is presented as a form of mind control.

An official report from the Board for the Protection of Minors from Obscene Publications, a Turkish government body, found that The Soft Machine, translated as Yumuşak Makine, was “not compatible with the morals of society and the people’s honor,” was “injurious to sexuality” and “seen to be generally repugnant.” Similar rhetoric was used in the United States decades ago to thwart the American publication of Burroughs’ most famous work, Naked Lunch, which was published in Paris in 1959, but did not make its debut on the other side of the Atlantic until 1962.
Under Turkey’s Press Law, translators and publishers of books are considered as accountable as a writer for the content of published materials. Burroughs died in 1997. Members of university Turkish literature departments have been enlisted by authorities to read The Soft Machine in order to help Istanbul’s Second Penal Court determine if Burroughs’ work qualifies as pornography or literature. The trial, expected to last a year, will reconvene on October 11. The law being used to prosecute the defendants contains a broad definition of what constitutes pornography.

Happy Birthday, Stanley Kubrick! What’s His Finest Cinematic Moment?

...Commemorating the day 83 years ago when the world welcomed one Stanley Kubrick into existence. This would change everything.

You know what I mean. From Kubrick’s early directing work in the 1950s until his death in 1999 at age 70 — and, let’s face it, into this very minute — everyone’s had plenty of time and opportunity to discuss, debate, disseminate and otherwise contemplate their own favorite moments of the genius Kubrick canon. So consider this your chance to raise a virtual glass to his memory, impact, and achievements, my own favorite of which came at the end of his 1957 anti-war masterpiece Paths of Glory. French army colonel Dax (played by Kirk Douglas), having struggled to defend three of his men through a kangaroo court-martial for cowardice, rejects a promotion from the high-ranking functionary who signed the trio’s death warrants.

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As The US Empire Spreads Abroad It Becomes A Police State At Home

By Sherwood Ross, UK Progressive


As America’s empire spreads abroad, it becomes ever more the police state at home. The methods used for the suppression of foreigners by military force and violence are eventually mirrored in the “homeland.”

In an article last September 25th titled “It Is Official: the US Is A Police State,” author Paul Craig Roberts, Assistant Treasury Secretary during the Reagan years, wrote, “’Violent extremism’ is one of those undefined police state terms that will mean whatever the government wants it to mean. In this morning’s FBI foray into the homes of American citizens of conscience it means antiwar activists, whose activities are equated with ‘the material support of terrorism’…”

The FBI raids at home are reminiscent of U.S. military raids overseas. In Iraq, for instance, labor union offices were raided and rifled and labor leaders imprisoned by the Occupation forces. Their “crime” was to oppose sweetheart contract deals with private oil firms.

The vast U.S. prison system, which houses 2.4 million Americans, may be compared with the Gulag the U.S. has built abroad. America today is the World’s Jailer. As Allan Uthman reported on AlterNet, in 2006 the Bush regime began building “detention centers” to warehouse inmates for unspecified “new programs” when the Army Corps of Engineers gave Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown & Root nearly $400 million. What we do abroad, we do at home.

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Audaciously Sailing on with Hope

Hagit Borer, who was born in Israel but is now a U.S. citizen, explains why she joined with other Americans on The Audacity of Hope in an attempt to challenge the Israeli blockade of Gaza – and describes what she believes the journey achieved despite being turned back by Greek authorities.

By Hagit Borer

For 44 years now, the people in the territories occupied by Israel in 1967 have been awaiting their freedom. In Gaza, people have been waiting for five years for a release from the largest world’s open air prison; for the resumption of at least some measure of free movement, for the resumption of risk-free fishing and for raw materials, for the re-emergence of commerce and industry.

Since Operation Cast Lead, two and a half years ago, they have been also been waiting for the arrival of construction material that would allow them to rebuild their homes, their schools, their hospitals, their infrastructure, destroyed by Israel. 

Since January 2011, and like the 40 people who were to become my fellow passengers, I have been waiting to sail to Gaza.

For more than a year prior to that, Ann and Jane and Laurie and Helaine and Nic and so many others worked tirelessly on the US Boat to Gaza.  Sometime late last winter, our individual efforts came together to become the stream that was to be The Audacity of Hope.

For more than a year, organizers and passengers in 22 other countries worked continuously to bring about their own sailing to Gaza.  The Free Gaza Movement has now been working for more than four years to bring boats to Gaza.  Starting with one boat, and then another, and another, and finally, in spring of 2010, a flotilla.

Sometime last spring, all these efforts came together to become a Gaza-bound river – the Flotilla II: Stay Human. That river brought us all to Greece, where another powerful river has been running.

 The river that emerged from the popular resistance of the people of Greece to the austerity measures imposed upon them by the government of Greece, and which are in turn, dictated by the IMF, largely controlled by U.S. corporate interests, and by the European Bank.

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Pity the Super Rich, miserable lost souls

By Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch  


“Don’t envy the super-rich, they are miserable,” writes the Wall Street Journal’s Robert Frank, author of “Richistan.”

Seriously, even if the American dream is dying for the vast majority of Americans, you should not envy the Super Rich. Why? Money makes them “miserable.” Yes, the heavy burdens of vast wealth that made them rich also made them poor in spirit — socially, psychologically, spiritually bankrupt.

No, this is not just some twisted new defense of trickle-down economics. Not some cockamamie argument that while the guys at the top of the economic pyramid may make vastly more than the average American we must pity them. Yes, we’re asked to believe that the vast wealth of the Super Rich is such a heavy burden to bear, their misery so profound, the rest of America should willingly indulge their greedy excesses.

Oh, puh-leeze. Pity the poor Super Rich? Don’t insult our intelligence.

Guess who paid for the study: Bill Gates. Why? Frank says this “new study co-funded by the Gates Foundation … portrays the ultrarich as lost souls burdened by the fears, worries and family distortions of too much money.” Seriously, “lost souls.”

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In fact, things are so bad for the Super Rich, “most of them still do not consider themselves financially secure; for that, they say, they would require on average one-quarter more wealth than they currently possess.”

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