Monday, 24 April 2017
If hamid karzai, former u.s. installed puppet president of Afghanistan speaks out against the amerikkkans recent bombing of isis in that country, you know something's wrong. For one thing, it is unusual for him to speak against the u.s., and also, I DO NOT BELIEVE that no civilians were killed. The fucking yanks can't sneeze without killing innocent people. The truth will eventually come out.
Sunday, 23 April 2017
There was an ad on the radio the other night I heard while at one of my many jobs, and in it, a woman says ( almost fucking crying ), " I don't even recognize my B.C. anymore ", and then urges everyone to fucking vote n.d.p. Well, what the fuck does that mean ? How the fuck can you put an ad on the radio like that, that doesn't even fucking say anything ? What the fuck do I care what you recognize, and why should I ? SAY SOMETHING, for fuck's sake. I'm sick of all of these morons already. Fuck off.
Saturday, 22 April 2017
It's that fucking time again, when the ruling class march people out to tell you how fucking important it is to vote. They bring out celebrities and the " average joe citizen " as well. Even some fucking pro hockey player, saying, " I'm so and so, and I vote ". Well, I don't give a fuck what you do, asshole. Go back to chasing a hard piece of rubber with a stick, and don't try to fucking tell me what to believe in. They try to legitimize their corrupt, thieving, lying system in as many ways as possible, telling you how fucking important this all is. I fucking hate them all.
Monday, 17 April 2017
This article demonstrates perfectly why liberals will never help anyone get free. They'd rather sit there and play nice with the fucking fascists instead of calling out the motherfuckers for what they are. This does not, has not, and will never fucking work.
Congressman Admits That Trump Is a Fascist but Doesn’t Think We Should Say So… Huh?!?
April 16, 2017 | Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us
Last week, at a Town Hall meeting attended by 1,000 people, New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler admitted that Donald Trump is a fascist. In response to a member of Refuse Fascism, Nadler said, “Donald Trump is the first major candidate in American politics, in recent decades, that I think really deserves to be called a fascist. Trump comes along and says ‘you’ve got some real problems: A, B and C. And it’s the fault of the Mexicans, and the Chinese. And the solution is me. I am the solution. Only I can take care of it.’ That is, that is fascism: blaming it, blaming the problems on scapegoats, and the strongman [as the solution].”
Nadler then said that while it is true that Trump is a fascist, it is not a good idea to say so. “It’s true, there are fascists. Some of them are fascists. I think the president is. But you want to stop what they’re doing. And you want to use the terminology that is most effective for doing it.”
Let’s look at the logic of this. If Trump is fascist, that has implications in terms of the extremity of his program and the “logic of the logic” of where that goes. Do people need to know that? Do they need to make their strategies of struggle and their actions commensurate with the threat that Trump actually represents? Can they go through the normal channels of the system to stop this, or do they have to go outside those channels? These are all questions that come from actually naming the problem you’re facing. But Nadler—and others—don’t want to go there.
Nadler says, “You want to use the terminology that is most effective for doing it.” The question is, doing what? Actually driving out a fascist regime, as soon as possible, before even more dire consequences ensue? Or keeping the anger within the bounds of the system’s safety valve, the electoral arena?
This is the equivalent of a doctor refusing to tell a patient that they have cancer—a practice, by the way, that was standard operating procedure in American medicine for decades in regard to women. You prevent them from coming to grips with their real situation and acting on that. As applied to cancer, it’s now seen to be unconscionable—but what does it mean and what will it mean when people apply that same method today?
Far better to look reality in the face, and fight to change it.
Sunday, 16 April 2017
Saturday, 15 April 2017
It was inevitable that trump would go from praising russia, to outright threatening that country. How could it be otherwise ? The same forces that drive these states to expand their influence and dominance over many parts of the world will force them into conflict with each other. It can be no other way. Fuck 'em both.
NO! To Trump’s War Moves and Aggression—Drive Out This Fascist Regime!
April 13, 2017 | Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us
On Wednesday, Trump ordered the dropping of the biggest bomb short of a nuclear weapon on Afghanistan. In March, the number of civilians killed by U.S.-led air strikes in Iraq and Syria rose sharply from the already-high previous total to as many as more than 3,400 people, four times the number from the previous month. Trump has flipped from flattering into threatening Russia and is now playing nuclear roulette with North Korea.
On a very basic level, this is U.S. imperialism at work: using military aggression, and the threat of aggression, in its drive to ever more deeply exploit and plunder the planet and to dominate its chief rivals in that horrific endeavor. These imperialists kill people, wholesale, all the time. Some crow about it, some express regret, and some do both out of either side of their mouth. But they all do it. That is not new and whoever sits in the White House—be it Obama or Clinton, Trump or Bush—bathes in the blood that flows in Syria, Yemen, Somalia or dozens of other places every night.
On another level, the current burst of aggression takes place in the context of a fascist regime attempting to consolidate power—one that is both fighting with other sections of the power structure and fighting within its ranks. The Trump/Pence regime came to power as one answer to the stubborn and difficult problems the U.S. confronts in enforcing that dominance. The logic of fascist regimes—regimes whose legitimacy rest on a hyper-nationalistic chauvinism and the presence of an invincible “strong-man” who virtually never admits defeat but always doubles down—drives very powerfully toward aggression and war. When you have a fascist strongman who has repeatedly raised the question of using nuclear weapons and of heightening the nuclear arms race… whose military budget is a war-fighting budget… who speaks only of American dominance and openly glories in and unleashes his followers around “America First”… this is extraordinarily ominous. Anyone who is telling you that we should aim at anything short of driving out this fascist regime is simply not coming to grips with how directly and dangerously the fate of the planet now hangs in the balance.
Such aggression also mutes the opposition within the country—as this has been doing. It would be truly disastrous should Trump/Pence succeed in that. It is urgent that people take up the call from Refuse Fascism to make the ten days from the April 22 March for Science through May 1 days in which the demonstrations that have already been called are as strong as possible… and that this is marked by large and growing contingents coming together around the slogan: “NO! In the Name of Humanity, We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America! Drive Out the Trump/Pence Regime!”