nUkiEmOLe post #51 apeco © 8-09-11
August 2011– anti-Nuclearist Policy Month
The show of displeasure against wars in the new-Rome has not increased much the past 22 years since the “we-Boomers’ knew the a-Hole neo-Cons were fundamentalists and were also approaching the a-Hole fundamentalists in Arab-countries, which were predominately “dictators” brought onto world-stage by cIAS non-Affordable practices and methods. In fact the pressure to assert the wars are a rip-Off—as much as chaos-Punks are rip-Offs of cultural values—was a portion of making modern-History in plutocratic-conditionalism. Both are incongruent w democracy and the signage of the u-S Constitution which has become as staid as the a-Hole coRporate-news media. The mention of the word peace is not heard even daily from so-Called venerable and friendly neighbors and people at stupor-Market stores? The a-Holes enough mannerism is war-Out. Enough of this love of puritanical excess for no law is good for disorder.
Outside the purveyance that no apology to Japan was “warranted by u-s state dept” since August 6th and 9th 1945, even when this late winter’s tsunami inundated on 3-11-11 and on 3-12 the first to three reactor “meltdowns” went into effect, did the u-S react in enthusiasm to right those non-Justifiable R-O-N-G-S… staid Conditionalism is not good for you people. The wars are not good for you people. The empire is not good for you people! The hibakusha of Japan had lots to say to the world, and especially the u-S citizens. Did any of you a-Holes tune-In you time-Span for them? Not yet, a-Holes? Here’s where you may start. If you do not have your head stuck where your “thumb” is parked. You stink!!
Now learn to have some manners and attempt to be socially adept in understanding “needs that have been wronged”? “R”
Dr. (Shuntaro) Hida is a hibakusha: zlaxfishnetwork on Dec 15, 2007 … a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. He was also a medical doctor and treated those injured in the bombing. Two programs yesterday, in all probability because today is 66th commemoriamof Nagasaki-Tookey, both on Aljazeera News proffered the best on rightwing radicalism of the late 1040’s and early 1950’s which brought about Usury in excess” to the u-s public? De Paul University and a film of Dr. Hida’s life, are most mindful eye-awakening and fill the gaps of u-S Military hegemony of monopolization for earth and interstellar-Space, today!
+DePaul meets with Dr. Hida part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCA77eh91A0&playnext=1&list=PL9C904E71218F3C67
+ DePaul meets with Dr. Hida part 2http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFLSHRk1nVQ&playnext=1&list=PL9C904E71218F3C67
+ DePaul meets with Dr. Hida part 3
Dr. Shuntaro Hida onward “anti-Nuclearist policy/nuclear-medicine” Japan is an activist of
whom I’ve found rekindled hope and renewed regard of the polite and oft-Times too patient Nipponese people. I was the last of our “international consortium ‘peace-Group’…” who visited his hospital, he waited afterward to answer 5 or six of us, his relentlessness not to partake stupefied all others, my pronouncements—I was Zen cognizant—found him humbled in response. One year later after his trek to United Nations personnel of Japan, he was turned down, but we in u-s read he’d succeeded in 1979, to have his voice against “plutocratic-Turmoil” in not granting papers on the research and records of those studied, and UN-fortunately—not studied!! “R”
Atomic Wounds by Journeymanpictureson Mar 16, 2011 …At 89, Doctor Hida, a survivor of the 1945 atomic bomb at Hiroshima, continues to care for some of the other quarter of a million survivors. Atomic Wounds retraces his dedicated journey and highlights how the terrible danger of radiation was concealed by successive American administrations in the 50's – 70's so that nuclear power could be freely developed, with no concern for public health.
In 1972, I finally connected w several different groups regarding how to protest against the trident submarines—as they are nuclear-Powered and one explosion in port would close down the urban area nearby for centuries if not millennium. In 1973 and 1974 I returned to help anchor some lose ends in the analytical extent of “nuclearist-Policy” w Rev Paul Sawyer. In 1977 I returned to protest in Tacoma and found not so many people protesting—once a month vigil I joined in, at Kitsap where the subs were bringing inside a new “diaxiomatical pronouncement”. In 1979 Jackie Hudson and I paired on taking turns near the fence. She was very religious, and also a professional in “the ecumenical profession” but not Seminary. The last time I was there protesting in 1999, when I went to administer what “universal-Consciousness” I could to the people who were about to open-the-Tyranny “gates” on IMF & WTO and the investment-Baking catharsis of u-S “federal-Reserve Rip-off”I returned and we protested yet again. The next time seeing her was when she and two plowshares “nuns” were openly becoming of merely “blood-Pouring (their own)” here in coloradie in 2002. Then, in 2006 she returned and has this to say in a “radio broadcast” of amenities pertain, anti-Nuclearist pronouncements and divinity for reduction needs, specifically. “R”
Interview – Sister Jackie Hudson – Abolishing Nukestalkingsticktv on Jan 18, 2009…Interview with Sister Jackie Hudson of the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action about her nonviolent direct action at a nuclear missile silo in Colorado.??For more info – http:www.gzcenter.org http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeveXvX1mQo
Anyone who werks as hard as Cort Greene (and myself) ought to acknowledge that certain aspects of amer-Politics are just not there unless they read ‘socialism’ (Cort) or “philosophy/ sociology—social commentary” (as my self indulgences are not there)… the inextricableness is that society is ours, yours if your openness is for a constant of digesting democracy-practice and democracy purpose? I’ve had more than a rough life, and I give you not the “insidiousness” that you’ve portrayed to me about “we don’t know NSDU-238 is radioactive—we’re dead”? Here, below is a grand definition on the scope of where brevity for freedom is not castigated, which is exactly the whatever that the insidious vipers of the one-Party parody, and theirs is “progressives for war disguised as merely liberalist policy” instead of progRessives anti-Nuclearist, therefore “anti-War” automatically, butt-Holds! “R”
“The socialism of Marx, Engels and other great thinkers of all times, with their differences, coincide on the democratic, humanist, libertarian and self-managerial essence of socialism. Such an authentic socialism, practically unknown by the great majority of people, was concealed and buried by self-proclaimed communists under a mantel of dogmatism and stereotypes.
That’s why I said not too long ago in an interview with my friend Dmitri Prieto that “anti-communism” in Cuba and everywhere else, previously and now, has essentially been anti-Stalinism.
As a consequence, one of the most important tasks of communists in the 21st century is in fact to ideological and politically unmask and defeat Stalinism and its proponents. Added to this is rescuing socialist ideology with all of its authentic revolutionary dialectics and spiritual wealth from the darkness in which it was plunged by parties and regimens that tried to construct socialism under those statist, totalitarian and Manichean dogmas.
History demonstrates that to correct an error, the first thing one must do is recognize it. That’s why the only way to undertake true change in the dirigiste economic-political-social model implanted in Cuba — through of no fault of anyone in particular, but due to the historical circumstances that emerged with the revolutionary victory of the Cuban people in 1959 — is to recognize the model’s complete failure, its shortfalls of all type, the parasitism, bureaucracy and systemic corruption, as well as its mistaken neo-Stalinist means and methods, even when here it didn’t reach the extremes of elsewhere; here, concrete achievements were achieved in some specific areas and it’s anti-imperialist merits are recognized.”
Cuba: The True Counter-revolution Posted By Circles Robinson On August 8, 2011 @ 12:00 pm In Lead Articles, Opinion, Pedro Campos – Havana Times.org – http://www.havanatimes.org –
The San fRancisco Bay Region, including Santa Rosa or North Sonoma county, has had my experience protesting at Sonoma Plaza, and San Francisco this year. Santa Rosa has a special on how to keep racist bgots and drunk veterans who fan the antics of no passion w flag waving when they’re hot comes nowhere close to those people of the Santa Rosa P & J. Many peace & justice nGOS, by the way, ought to expand they’re rhetoric, but when the time of Nagasaki/Hiroshima comes al the region gets onto the spoke-heels, excluding what I’ve posted here about “radiation-Monitoring” and no-Defense! “R”
“Pleasant Hill Cohousing, 2200 Lisa Lane, Pleasant Hill 94523…This day coincides with the 66th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki….Linda joined a delegation to Afghanistan with Voices for Creative Nonviolence during March/April 2011. The organization was invited by the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers who had planned several days of demonstrations for nonviolence in Kabul and were asking for the presence and support of these internationals. After the events with the youth group, Linda stayed on [and] with a few other delegation members to do further relationship building – meeting politicians, human rights lawyers, students, university professors, people who have lost family members in the various wars, etc. Linda was particularly interested in getting the perspective of the common people of Afghanistan about the US presence there. In her slide presentation, she attempts to bring to life the experience she had there and the people she met.”
Tuesday, August 9, 7:00 PM Honoring Afghanistan With Santa Rosa peacebuilder Linda Sartor http://www.mtdpc.org
When I was in Lebanon I met John Pilger (1981). I asked whether he was a protestor, (he knowing that I knew he was a filmmaker) said “no”. He found my question intriguing, and I said that maybe this was because I am an activist, the first time someone had said that to me, because I was a professional as he, but known as the “anti-Nuclear peace-Diplomat”! I was on a journey to invest in humanity! He said he was doing that too. Soooo, I asserted “are you at least anti h-BomBs”? He said, “of course”! That was after talking w both Robert Fisk and he on the concrete tarmac in Jordan. The three of us conversed briefly about what the military merry-making i.e. two separate armies marching all around us, all foreign and the like were really about as we three were surrounded, too! History surrounds us all, spoke John Pilger. “R”
“Behind the media rituals of celebrating war, millions of people are trusting their judgments and arriving at a steadfast opposition to the occupation of Afghanistan.
STARING AT the vast military history section in the airport shop, I had a choice: the derring-do of psychopaths or scholarly tomes with their illicit devotion to the cult of organized killing.
There was nothing I recognized from reporting war. Nothing on the spectacle of children's limbs hanging in trees, and nothing on the burden of shit in your trousers. War is a good read. War is fun. More war please.
The day before I flew out of Australia, on April 25, I sat in a bar beneath the great sails of the Sydney Opera House. It was Anzac Day, the 95th anniversary of the invasion of Ottoman Turkey by Australian and New Zealand troops at the behest of British imperialism. The landing was an incompetent stunt of blood sacrifice conjured by Winston Churchill. Yet it is celebrated in Australia as an unofficial national day.”
The cult of organized killingby John Pilger May 10, 2010 http://wwww.socialistworker.org/2010/05/10/cult-of-organized-killing
When my time came to enter Semipalintsk, we were told the KGB was too close to us already, and we’re in charge of the next move…being underground in Soviet Union in 1981, was no “blast” thank goodness. Our group went on from there for the next 3-4 months, morosely heralding our “space-Time” as the tenuous substance of Existentialist entreaties, for which we could relate as peace-Individuals if necessary i.e. each one of us separately unto the global-Village self-Self of Zen cognizance, which to this days helps my meditative prescicne of photographic memory. The film discovered oNLY to day relates what 1949 “hellish flash 1ooo’s of times brighter than the Sun looked like”? “R”
Gerald Sperling's Silent Bombs: All for the Motherlandvideo 15:08 mins…
http://english.aljazeera.net/programmes/witness/2010/10/20101019123836649313.htmlabout the unknown legacy of Soviet nuclear testing in Kazakhstan was number one in the social/ political category in December at Saskatchewan Showcase. At the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Rob King, the director of Silent Bombs, was nominated for Best Direction in a Documentary Programme, and Matt Phillips, the cinematographer, was nominated for Best Photography in a Documentary Programme or Series.
Silent Bombs: All for the Motherlandwon five awards at the Yorkton Film Festival 2010, including the 2010 Best of Festival – and was the first Saskatchewan-made film ever to receive such an honour.
The film also received the awards for Best Social Political Documentary, Best of Saskatchewan Ruth Shaw award, Rob King for Best Director Non-Fiction, Carrie-May Siggins for Best Research at the Yorkton Film Festival.
Remember wars displace millions of civilians into neighboring country “refufee-Cmps” and the IMperium keeps using NSDU-238 for tyranny sake?
a voice from the Void, the peace-Warrior,
August 2011– anti-Nuclearist Policy Month
nUkiEmOLe post #51 apeco © 8-09-11