Sunday, January 11, 2015

GOP Gangsters Old Party
A bunch of gangsters
Privatizing profits, socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare Murdoch and Megyn against Trump
1) The KKK , Koch, Tea Bag Party and the Republican Party are against Obama, Hillary, the Democratic Party, blacks, gays,.latinos, women, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanitys Silvio viveu vendendo carne e telsena para pobre, bajulou a ditadura para ter TV, seu banco de um rombo de1 bi e foi ajudado pela Caixa, nao ajudou Pedro, Felicio e Wilza
2) Bush warned of hijackings before 911
3) The Bush Administration spent 6 trillion dollars in two illegal and useless wars and also created ISIS
4) Ronnie and Bush ruined the worlds economy and created Alqaeda
5) What about 3000 people killed in NY, no WMD in Iraq, 560000 civilian casualties in Iraq ?
6) 6 trillion dollars in two illegal wars, the worst finacial crisis since the Great Depression ?
7) Cheney making 39 billion on the backs of 4500 dead solders, and lets not forget Katrina
8) The Republic of Wall street : socializing losses, dont tax them,blame the poor, social security and medicare
 they love money and profits
9) Fox debates so you dont decide
 10) Jesus was against universal HC and pro wars
 11) Trump is a rising star in stand up comedy
12) The ideal society is the Republic of Wall Street, its principle : socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
13) It was pathetic. The art of intellectual oratory is dead. This wasn't a debate. I've seen better debates in Speech class in college. It was a bunch of whiny privileged white men berating one another in the locker room. Donald Trump, politically incorrect? No, he's a black hearted King of Fools. Lady Liberty is on fire folks, can you say Clinton/Biden? ZaZa Harper
14) Trump and job creation in other countries


 Zionism is a secular and socialist movement it has nothing to do with judaism Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime, Saddam was a CIA operative, Reagan called the Mujahideen, the Founding Fathers of the XX century in moral terms, Europeans love rich muslims Bibi is spreading hate among Europeans Reagan killed kemalism or secularism in the ME

 After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, proposed by JFK, Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the Republican Party, Barry Goldwater voted against the CRA, in other words, he voted for segregation in America

JP people is a religious concept

  After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, proposed by JFK, Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the Republican Party, Barry Goldwater voted against the CRA, in other words, he voted for segregation in America The Klan became a Republican institution, Byrd and Wallace became pro blacks actvists, facts are facts, against facts there are not arguments


 84 percent of black voters voted for Bill Clinton, 89 percent favored Michael Dukakis in 1988, 80 % voted for Al Gore, and 91 percent voted for Obama


Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion. And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious. Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire. There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant. True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire. True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged. So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats. Remy M. Maisel Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional Spreading hate every week There is a big difference between criticism and insult There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling. There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace. Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom. Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices. Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms. Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit." However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic. Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden. The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR Reagan killed Kemalism Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state I am very disappointed, Boehner, McCain n McConnell were not there supporting Charlie There must be a way of ridiculing the demagogue and the fundamentalist, who absolutely deserve it, without also shitting on a whole lot of underprivileged Muslims from former French colonies who are already shat on plenty by French society. A lot of people have made the point over the last 48 hours that Charlie Hebdo also lampooned Christians, Jews, and pretty much everyone else, although it’s also worth noting that the two aren’t necessarily equivalent: given that a lot of French Muslims hail from former French colonies in North Africa, a whiterun magazine mocking Islam comes with all sorts of connotations of oppressors mocking the oppressed. As with, say, Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, it’s as much a matter of race and history as it is of religion. And in any case, the “We offend everyone!” defense is more juvenile than anything else
Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan
The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change
the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional
Spreading hate every week
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis
Ronnie called the Mujahideen the
Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam
was a CIA operative
Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence
agencies in the 50 s
CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA
agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab
dictators against USSR
Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism
the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine
named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and
principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of
the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of
Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical
enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman
state
I am very disappointed, Boehner, McCain n McConnell were not there supporting Charlie
.

A French court in 2007 ruled in favour of weekly Charlie Hebdo, rejecting accusations by Islamic groups who said it incited hatred against Muslims. Provocations as pretexts for Imperial war 



Could the Germans have been defeated without America?
The Americans' contribution to the European theater of war were:
1. Helping Great Britain survive via the Lend Lease act
2. Helping the Soviets with the Lend
Lease act and providing them with jeeps, trucks, food, aircraft, and locomotives, which allowed the Soviets to focus on tank production and defeat the Germans
3. Invading Italy and Germany in partnership with the British through Operation Torch (North African landings) and Operation Overlord (Normandy landings), which eventually led to the conquest of western Europe.
Helping Britain survive was the most important contribution, without which Britain would have collapsed or become a vassal of Germany. Without American aid, Britain would likely have been finished. And without Britain, probably neither Torch nor Overlord would have happened.
The help to the Soviets was also very important, as it provided them the things they needed for very fast advances when they were pursuing the Germans in 1943 and 1944  the large number of jeeps and trucks (32% of the Soviet army's trucks were Studebakers and Dodges and they had many Willys jeeps  see reference provided in comment below) allowed the Soviet army to move fast and inflict body blows on the retreating Germans before they could regroup.
There is another question in WWII that of the Pacific front and the Japanese. I think it is elementary to conclude that it was the Americans who defeated the Japanese and thereby ended the Japanese occupation of east Asia and southeast Asia. I don't think there is any doubt about that. Britain had been conclusively defeated, and Japan was knocking on India's door. Had Midway not happened, I think the Japanese could have well taken over all of Asia. Quora




1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to go to the Republican Party
7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia
) They love money. Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
) Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
) Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
) DW and Pantaleo caused the whole mess, the police may not kill people around the corner after alterercation
) Arrest Bush, Cheney, Blair, Sisi and Bibi
) Cancel Fox and depport Murdoch arrest Glenn, O Reilly and Rush
 ) Reagan and Bush ruined the US and the worlds economy
)  The Bush Administration ignored MI5/MI6 and CIA informations concerning terrorist attacks in NY and Washington

Russia fought extremely hard in that war and hitler hated communism - stalin was a communist. Stalin only made a pact with hitler because the rest of Europe weren't acting against Hitler. And the pact was a non aggression pact where they agreed not to attack each other. Stalin wouldn't have entered any pact if Britain and France showed more aggression to Hitler early on instead of appeasing him and allowing him to build his army
Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav Molotov with other officials at the pact signing ceremony
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No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
Stalin and Hitler were very good friends

But without American help to the Russians, and without the British American invasion of Normandy and Sicily, would Germany have been defeated?
Could World War II have been won without the United States?

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Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav Molotov with other officials at the pact signing ceremony
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The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
Stalin and Hitler were very good friends

No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
Stalin and Hitler were very good friends Stalin killed 500000 people in Ukraine

Stalin killed 500000 people in Ukraine



The United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
Stalin and Hitler were very good friends
Could the Germans have been defeated without America?
The Americans' contribution to the European theater of war were:
1. Helping Great Britain survive via the Lend Lease act
2. Helping the Soviets with the Lend
Lease act and providing them with jeeps, trucks, food, aircraft, and locomotives, which allowed the Soviets to focus on tank production and defeat the Germans
3. Invading Italy and Germany in partnership with the British through Operation Torch (North African landings) and Operation Overlord (Normandy landings), which eventually led to the conquest of western Europe.
Helping Britain survive was the most important contribution, without which Britain would have collapsed or become a vassal of Germany. Without American aid, Britain would likely have been finished. And without Britain, probably neither Torch nor Overlord would have happened.
The help to the Soviets was also very important, as it provided them the things they needed for very fast advances when they were pursuing the Germans in 1943 and 1944  the large number of jeeps and trucks (32% of the Soviet army's trucks were Studebakers and Dodges and they had many Willys jeeps  see reference provided in comment below) allowed the Soviet army to move fast and inflict body blows on the retreating Germans before they could regroup.
There is another question in WWII that of the Pacific front and the Japanese. I think it is elementary to conclude that it was the Americans who defeated the Japanese and thereby ended the Japanese occupation of east Asia and southeast Asia. I don't think there is any doubt about that. Britain had been conclusively defeated, and Japan was knocking on India's door. Had Midway not happened, I think the Japanese could have well taken over all of Asia. Quora











The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
Stalin and Hitler were very good friends.

 Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav Molotov with other officials at the pact signing ceremony
http://www.dw.de/image/0,,16170199_303,00.jpgCould the Germans have been defeated without America?
The Americans' contribution to the European theater of war were:
1. Helping Great Britain survive via the Lend Lease act
2. Helping the Soviets with the Lend
Lease act and providing them with jeeps, trucks, food, aircraft, and locomotives, which allowed the Soviets to focus on tank production and defeat the Germans
3. Invading Italy and Germany in partnership with the British through Operation Torch (North African landings) and Operation Overlord (Normandy landings), which eventually led to the conquest of western Europe.
Helping Britain survive was the most important contribution, without which Britain would have collapsed or become a vassal of Germany. Without American aid, Britain would likely have been finished. And without Britain, probably neither Torch nor Overlord would have happened.
The help to the Soviets was also very important, as it provided them the things they needed for very fast advances when they were pursuing the Germans in 1943 and 1944 the large number of jeeps and trucks (32% of the Soviet army's trucks were Studebakers and Dodges and they had many Willys jeeps see reference provided in comment below) allowed the Soviet army to move fast and inflict body blows on the retreating Germans before they could regroup.
There is another question in WWII that of the Pacific front and the Japanese. I think it is elementary to conclude that it was the Americans who defeated the Japanese and thereby ended the Japanese occupation of east Asia and southeast Asia. I don't think there is any doubt about that. Britain had been conclusively defeated, and Japan was knocking on India's door. Had Midway not happened, I think the Japanese could have well taken over all of Asia. Quora
ock Hutton aged 90 7th from the left taken at Chiseldon Camp Swindon about 1950's with the Paras and Field Marshall Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, KG, GCB, DSO, PC - 17 November 1887 – 24 March 1976), nicknamed "Monty" and the "Spartan General". Jock will be visiting various regiments in Yorkshire on the 27th & 28th May 2015.


 Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité The very extremist forces he helped to unleash from the illegal overthrow of the Libyan state have now killed his own people right in the capital of his republic. Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical doctrines Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always with social reponsability There is a big difference between criticism and insult There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling. There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. P

 I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture, known as the "Quenelle." The gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment." 1 Israel killed 500 children in Gaza 2 Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime 3 Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd 4 Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s 5 CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden. The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR 6 Reagan killed Kemalism Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state Kemalism is the main structure of principles about the state, ideologies, economics and the society's fundamental institution, the founding ideology of modern Turkey I am totally against terrorism but Charlie was acting like criminals, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis, Jews, Muslims everyday, they dont have the right to spread hate and fear, bad jouralism fuels terrorism, people like Limbaugh, OReilly 7 Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis everyday 8 We need social responsability not bullying 9 However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic. Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse. 10 Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace. Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom. Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices. Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms. Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit." 11 Free speech doesnt mean the right to spread hate everyday like Fox 12 Charlie was acting like criminals They dont have the right to spread hate Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary 13 Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical 14 Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments 15 Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always with social reponsability Malasya’s former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said that although Muslims should not kill despite being provoked, there were bound to be those who were angered enough to carry out acts of violence. When we intentionally provoke people, we cannot anticipate their reaction he said. When people are upset, this is what happens. We must show respect for other people’s religions, religious provocation must be avoided because one could never anticipate what an angry person would do. He asked: What’s the use of them making fun of prophet Mohammed when they know it will annoy Muslims? Just because they feel safe and strong, they think they can do anything, even when the action won’t benefit anyone. A satirical magazine championed by Western war criminals for its "free speech" to dehumanize Muslims is hailed as "heroic?" While an informative, serious news channel like Press TV is banned. Now that is farcical cartoon.
As the quote famously misattributed to Voltaire goes, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” And finally, the desire of Charlie Hebdo’s editor Stéphane Charbonnier to “die standing rather than live on my knees,” expressed after the publication was firebombed in 2011, is a noble one.
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel

1 Israel killed 500 children in Gaza
2 Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq
Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it
Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime
3 Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd
4 Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s
5 CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR
6 Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official
Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey
The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state Kemalism is the main structure of principles about the state, ideologies, economics and the society's fundamental institution, the founding ideology of modern Turkey I am totally against terrorism but Charlie was acting like criminals, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis, Jews, Muslims everyday, they dont have the right to spread hate and fear, bad jouralism fuels terrorism, people like Limbaugh, OReilly
7 Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis everyday
8 We need social responsability not bullying
9 However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse.
10
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
11 Free speech doesnt mean the right to spread hate everyday like Fox
12
Charlie was acting like criminals They dont have the right to
spread hate Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary
13
Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the
right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical
14
Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern
international human rights instruments
15
Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression
Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always
with social reponsability




The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional damage
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture, known as the "Quenelle."
The gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse."
John Galliano found guilty of racist and antisemitic abuse
John Galliano guilty in AntSemitism and Racist rants case
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/what-it-means-to-stand-with-charlie-hebdo/2015/01/08/ab416214-96e8-11e4-aabd-d0b93ff613d5_story.html


 There must be a way of ridiculing the demagogue and the fundamentalist, who absolutely deserve it, without also shitting on a whole lot of underprivileged Muslims from former French colonies who are already shat on plenty by French society. A lot of people have made the point over the last 48 hours that Charlie Hebdo also lampooned Christians, Jews, and pretty much everyone else, although it’s also worth noting that the two aren’t necessarily equivalent: given that a lot of French Muslims hail from former French colonies in North Africa, a whiterun magazine mocking Islam comes with all sorts of connotations of oppressors mocking the oppressed. As with, say, Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, it’s as much a matter of race and history as it is of religion. And in any case, the “We offend everyone!” defense is more juvenile than anything else



 For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.
Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2. Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, nonselfgoverning or under any other limitation of sovereignty. Article 18. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance. Article 19. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.


 Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoo...See



Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan
The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change
the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional
Spreading hate every week
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis
Ronnie called the Mujahideen the
Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam
was a CIA operative
Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence
agencies in the 50 s
CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA
agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab
dictators against USSR
Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism
the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine
named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and
principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of
the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of
Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical
enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman
state



Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan
The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change
the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional
Spreading hate every week
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis
Ronnie called the Mujahideen the
Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam
was a CIA operative
Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence
agencies in the 50 s
CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA
agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab
dictators against USSR
Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism
the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine
named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and
principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of
the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of
Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical
enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman
state
 Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itse...See More
 There must be a way of ridiculing the demagogue and the fundamentalist, who absolutely deserve it, without also shitting on a whole lot of underprivileged Muslims from former French colonies who are already shat on plenty by French society. A lot of people have made the point over the last 48 hours that Charlie Hebdo also lampooned Christians, Jews, and pretty much everyone else, although it’s also worth noting that the two aren’t necessarily equivalent: given that a lot of French Muslims hail from former French colonies in North Africa, a whiterun magazine mocking Islam comes with all sorts of connotations of oppressors mocking the oppressed. As with, say, Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, it’s as much a matter of race and history as it is of religion. And in any case, the “We offend everyone!” defense is more juvenile than anything else

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Article 1.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Article 2.
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, nonselfgoverning or under any other limitation of sovereignty. Article 18.
Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
Article 19.
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
 Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
    However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
    Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."


 There must be a way of ridiculing the demagogue and the fundamentalist, who absolutely deserve it, without also shitting on a whole lot of underprivileged Muslims from former French colonies who are already shat on plenty by French society. A lot of people have made the point over the last 48 hours that Charlie Hebdo also lampooned Christians, Jews, and pretty much everyone else, although it’s also worth noting that the two aren’t necessarily equivalent: given that a lot of French Muslims hail from former French colonies in North Africa, a whiterun magazine mocking Islam comes with all sorts of connotations of oppressors mocking the oppressed. As with, say, Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, it’s as much a matter of race and history as it is of religion. And in any case, the “We offend everyone!” defense is more juvenile than anything else
Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan
The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change
the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional
Spreading hate every week
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis
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Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam
was a CIA operative
Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence
agencies in the 50 s
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agent, like bin Laden.
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dictators against USSR
Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism
the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine
named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and
principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of
the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of
Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical
enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman
state


 Apologies for the title of the Keep America Safe video clip above.
With the body count growing daily in Gaza, the conservative commentariat has predictably circled the wagons around Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud government. "Rarely does international politics present a moment of such moral clarity," Charles Krauthammer declared this week and repeating Bibi's mantra about his Hamas enemies. "We're using missile defense to protect our civilians, and they're using their civilians to protect their missiles." On Sunday, National Review editor Rich Lowry echoed that point, blaming Hamas for the deaths of four boys obliterated on a Gaza beach by Israeli bombs.
Conveniently missing from their rightwing revisionist history, however, is any mention of how Hamas terrorists came to dominate Gaza in the first place. To borrow a favorite phrase from Republicans, President George W. Bush built that.
In April 2008, David Rose neatly summarized "the Gaza bombshell" in Vanity Fair:
After failing to anticipate Hamas's victory over Fatah in the 2006 Palestinian election, the White House cooked up yet another scandalously covert and selfdefeating Middle East debacle: part Iran-contra, part Bay of Pigs. With confidential documents, corroborated by outraged former and current U.S. officials, the author reveals how President Bush, Condoleezza Rice, and Deputy National-Security Adviser Elliott Abrams backed an armed force under Fatah strongman Muhammad Dahlan, touching off a bloody civil war in Gaza and leaving Hamas stronger than ever.
Following the death of Yasser Arafat, Fatah's Mahmoud Abbas was elected President of the Palestinian Authority in January 2005. That March, Lowry rejoiced in the pain of liberals President Bush had supposedly proven wrong with his democracy agenda, while Krauthammer in "Three Cheers for the Bush Doctrine" crowed that "free Palestinian elections producing a moderate leadership" proved that "America made the right decision to invade Iraq."
Alas, within two years of Israel's exit from Gaza Hamas was firmly in control. And much of the blame goes to President George W. Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for pushing prematurely for parliamentary elections and then--when they didn't like the outcome--a bungled coup that left Hamas triumphant and in total control.
Warned that Fatah wasn't ready for elections in which Palestinians fed up with years of Arafat's corruption and cronyism might punish Abbas' party, President Bush said he "wanted to give Palestinians the chance to choose new leaders, ones who were not 'compromised by terror.'" But in January 2006, that's exactly what Bush got, as Hamas won 76 of 132 seats in the Palestinian parliament. As the New York Times reported at the time:
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice acknowledged Sunday that the United States had failed to understand the depth of hostility among Palestinians toward their longtime leaders. The hostility led to an election victory by the militant group Hamas that has reduced to tatters crucial assumptions underlying American policies and hopes in the Middle East.
"I've asked why nobody saw it coming," Ms. Rice said, speaking of her own staff. "It does say something about us not having a good enough pulse."
Continue reading how Bush helped Hamas take over Gaza below.
(That may explain why her State Department web site omitted any mention of the January 2006 Palestinian elections in its "Middle East Peace Chronology.")
"Everyone blamed everyone else," one Department of Defense official lamented. "We sat there in the Pentagon and said, 'Who the fuck recommended this?' " Four years later in 2010, former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State For Near Eastern Affairs Liz Cheney (around the 5:00 mark, above) acknowledged Bush and Rice's catastrophe with Palestinian voters, "I don't think they were ready for it. I don't think we should have pushed it."
With Hamas now in the Palestinian government, Bush and his team scrambled to come up with a plan B. As former Clinton and Obama Middle East negotiator Martin Indyk explained in January 2006, "The conceptual failure that contributed to disaster was the president's belief that democracy and elections solve everything." So, as Rose documented in 2008, President Bush decided to solve Hamas problem the old-fashioned way: through covert action.
Vanity Fair has obtained confidential documents, since corroborated by sources in the U.S. and Palestine, which lay bare a covert initiative, approved by Bush and implemented by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Deputy National Security Adviser Elliott Abrams, to provoke a Palestinian civil war. The plan was for forces led by Dahlan, and armed with new weapons supplied at America's behest, to give Fatah the muscle it needed to remove the democratically elected Hamasled government from power. (The State Department declined to comment.)
But the secret plan backfired, resulting in a further setback for American foreign policy under Bush. Instead of driving its enemies out of power, the U.S.-backed Fatah fighters inadvertently provoked Hamas to seize total control of Gaza.
Many called the operation "Iran-Contra 2.0" and not just because of the involvement its pardoned architect, Elliott Abrams. With Congress united against providing arms to the Palestinian Authority, Bush and Rice turned to Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates to provide Dahlan's forces with weapons.
But by July 2007, the entire scheme blew up in Bush's face. As David Wurmser, who a month after the Gaza coup resigned as Vice President Dick Cheney's chief Middle East adviser in July 2007, later explained:
Wurmser accuses the Bush administration of "engaging in a dirty war in an effort to provide a corrupt dictatorship [led by Abbas] with victory." He believes that Hamas had no intention of taking Gaza until Fatah forced its hand. "It looks to me that what happened wasn't so much a coup by Hamas but an attempted coup by Fatah that was pre-empted before it could happen," Wurmser says.
The botched plan has rendered the dream of Middle East peace more remote than ever, but what really galls neocons such as Wurmser is the hypocrisy it exposed. "There is a stunning disconnect between the president's call for Middle East democracy and this policy," he says. "It directly contradicts it."
Of course, the likes of Charles Krauthammer, Rich Lowry and David Brooks contradict it, too. Brooks, who in 2005 trumpeted "how thoroughly the Bush agenda is dominating the globe," by 2013 announced he would be "defending the coup" by the Egyptian military against the democratically elected Muslim Brotherhood. As for Krauthammer, there is only one villain responsible for the carnage in Gaza:
It's to the Israelis' credit that amid all this madness they haven't lost their moral scruples. Or their nerve. Those outside the region have the minimum obligation, therefore, to expose the madness and speak the truth. Rarely has it been so blindingly clear.
Of course, the moral calculus of 47 years of Israeli occupation of the West Bank and seven of blockading Gaza isn't so black and white. As for Hamas' conversion of Gaza into a 139 square mile launch pad for rockets, the history of its stranglehold is "blindingly clear."
George W. Bush helped build that.
''With Hamas now in the Palestinian government, Bush and his team scrambled to come up with a plan B. As former Clinton and Obama Middle East negotiator Martin Indyk explained in January 2006, "The conceptual failure that contributed to disaster was the president's belief that democracy and elections solve everything." After failing to anticipate Hamas's victory over Fatah in the 2006 Palestinian election, the White House cooked up yet another scandalously covert and selfdefeating Middle East debacle But the secret plan backfired, resulting in a further setback for American foreign policy under Bush. Instead of driving its enemies out of power, the U.S.backed Fatah fighters inadvertently provoked Hamas to seize total control of Gaza.''

  Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal FamilyLike A brutal and terrorist regime like ISIS, Republicans love rich muslims

 Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime like ISIS, Republicans love rich muslims The primary source of law in Saudi Arabia is the Islamic Sharia. Saudi Arabia regards uncodified Sharia in its entirety as the law of the land Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity

 I blame Bush and NATO, they caused the whole mess Saddam Hussein considered himself to be the reincarnation of Nebuchadnezzar Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime like ISIS, Republicans love rich muslims The primary source of law in Saudi Arabia is the Islamic Sharia. Saudi Arabia regards uncodified Sharia in its entirety as the law of the land Saudi Arabia is said to be the world's largest source of funds and promoter of Salafist jihadism, which forms the ideological basis of terrorist groups such as alQaeda, Taliban, ISIS and others. Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide, according to Hillary Clinton.

 Ukraine and Crimea were never part of Russia, they are independent since 1991 and they want to stay this way The so called pro Russia rebels are Russian troops in disguise Putin is a crook and a war criminal Stalin agaisnt Trotski

Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
They dont need primitive planes
Civil aviation is a disgrace is all about money

 Ukraine and Crimea were never part of Russia, they are independent since 1991 and they want to stay this way The so called pro Russia rebels are Russian troops in disguise Putin is a crook and a war criminal Stalin agaisnt Trotski

Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
They dont need primitive planes
Civil aviation is a disgrace is all about money

 After the passage of the CRA Nixon and Barry Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP, Byrd and Wallace became pro blacks activists

Rob Schellinger Except they didn't. Liberals rewriting history to erase their sins. Pathetic.

Liberals ended segregation in America, Barry Goldwater and Reagan voted against itBush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime like ISIS, Republicans love rich muslims The primary source of law in Saudi Arabia is the Islamic Sharia. Saudi Arabia regards uncodified Sharia in its entirety as the law of the land Saudi Arabia is said to be the world's largest source of funds and promoter of Salafist jihadism, which forms the ideological basis of terrorist groups such as alQaeda, Taliban, ISIS and others. Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide, according to Hillary Clinton.Republicants would love rich anything..even invaders from another planet who seek to destroy earth. Oh, maybe that already happened Debora Elizabeth Hill

Civil aviaton is a disgrace, it is all about money
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens thinks that clear legal precedent is on the side of the Obama administration when the Affordable Care Act advances to the Supreme Court. He's basing that conclusion on the precedent set in a 2005 medical marijuana decision by the court. Stevens, now 91 and more than a year into retirement, said in an interview in Washington this week that he is skeptical about contentions that Congress lacked authority to pass the health-care measure, which requires Americans to either buy insurance or pay a penalty.

    Stevens wrote the court’s opinion in the 2005 case, a 63 ruling that let the federal government ban marijuana even when the drug doesn’t cross state lines and is used only for medicinal purposes. As with health care, that case centered on Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce.

    “To the extent that the commerce clause is an issue in the case, it just seems to me very similar” to the medical marijuana dispute, said Stevens, who served on the court for 34 years.

    Supremacia Comercio Imposto Tort reform

     A Federal Tort Reform without an Amendment, is unconstitutional


 Zionism is a secular and socialist movement it has nothing to do with judaism Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime, Saddam was a CIA operative, Reagan called the Mujahideen, the Founding Fathers of the XX century in moral terms, Europeans love rich muslims Bibi is spreading hate among Europeans Reagan killed kemalism or secularism in the ME

 After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, proposed by JFK, Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the Republican Party, Barry Goldwater voted against the CRA, in other words, he voted for segregation in America

JP people is a religious concept

  After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, proposed by JFK, Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the Republican Party, Barry Goldwater voted against the CRA, in other words, he voted for segregation in America The Klan became a Republican institution, Byrd and Wallace became pro blacks actvists, facts are facts, against facts there are not arguments

 84 percent of black voters voted for Bill Clinton, 89 percent favored Michael Dukakis in 1988, 80 % voted for Al Gore, and 91 percent voted for Obama

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 Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité The very extremist forces he helped to unleash from the illegal overthrow of the Libyan state have now killed his own people right in the capital of his republic. Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical doctrines Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always with social reponsability There is a big difference between criticism and insult There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling. There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. P

 I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture, known as the "Quenelle." The gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment." 1 Israel killed 500 children in Gaza 2 Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime 3 Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd 4 Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s 5 CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden. The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR 6 Reagan killed Kemalism Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state Kemalism is the main structure of principles about the state, ideologies, economics and the society's fundamental institution, the founding ideology of modern Turkey I am totally against terrorism but Charlie was acting like criminals, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis, Jews, Muslims everyday, they dont have the right to spread hate and fear, bad jouralism fuels terrorism, people like Limbaugh, OReilly 7 Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis everyday 8 We need social responsability not bullying 9 However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic. Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse. 10 Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace. Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom. Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices. Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms. Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit." 11 Free speech doesnt mean the right to spread hate everyday like Fox 12 Charlie was acting like criminals They dont have the right to spread hate Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary 13 Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical 14 Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments 15 Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always with social reponsability Malasya’s former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said that although Muslims should not kill despite being provoked, there were bound to be those who were angered enough to carry out acts of violence. When we intentionally provoke people, we cannot anticipate their reaction he said. When people are upset, this is what happens. We must show respect for other people’s religions, religious provocation must be avoided because one could never anticipate what an angry person would do. He asked: What’s the use of them making fun of prophet Mohammed when they know it will annoy Muslims? Just because they feel safe and strong, they think they can do anything, even when the action won’t benefit anyone. A satirical magazine championed by Western war criminals for its "free speech" to dehumanize Muslims is hailed as "heroic?" While an informative, serious news channel like Press TV is banned. Now that is farcical cartoon.
As the quote famously misattributed to Voltaire goes, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” And finally, the desire of Charlie Hebdo’s editor Stéphane Charbonnier to “die standing rather than live on my knees,” expressed after the publication was firebombed in 2011, is a noble one.
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
1 Israel killed 500 children in Gaza
2 Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq
Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it
Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime
3 Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd
4 Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s
5 CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR
6 Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official
Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey
The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state Kemalism is the main structure of principles about the state, ideologies, economics and the society's fundamental institution, the founding ideology of modern Turkey I am totally against terrorism but Charlie was acting like criminals, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis, Jews, Muslims everyday, they dont have the right to spread hate and fear, bad jouralism fuels terrorism, people like Limbaugh, OReilly
7 Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis everyday
8 We need social responsability not bullying
9 However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse.
10
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
11 Free speech doesnt mean the right to spread hate everyday like Fox
12
Charlie was acting like criminals They dont have the right to
spread hate Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary
13
Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the
right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical
14
Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern
international human rights instruments
15
Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression
Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always
with social reponsability




The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional damage
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture, known as the "Quenelle."
The gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse."
John Galliano found guilty of racist and antisemitic abuse
John Galliano guilty in AntSemitism and Racist rants case
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/what-it-means-to-stand-with-charlie-hebdo/2015/01/08/ab416214-96e8-11e4-aabd-d0b93ff613d5_story.html


 There must be a way of ridiculing the demagogue and the fundamentalist, who absolutely deserve it, without also shitting on a whole lot of underprivileged Muslims from former French colonies who are already shat on plenty by French society. A lot of people have made the point over the last 48 hours that Charlie Hebdo also lampooned Christians, Jews, and pretty much everyone else, although it’s also worth noting that the two aren’t necessarily equivalent: given that a lot of French Muslims hail from former French colonies in North Africa, a whiterun magazine mocking Islam comes with all sorts of connotations of oppressors mocking the oppressed. As with, say, Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland, it’s as much a matter of race and history as it is of religion. And in any case, the “We offend everyone!” defense is more juvenile than anything else



 For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.
Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Article 2. Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, nonselfgoverning or under any other limitation of sovereignty. Article 18. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance. Article 19. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.


 Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoo...See



Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat BuchananThe very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change
the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
For instance, it is amazing how many Islamophobic and far right people are declaring their love for a magazine that until recently they would criticize as a ‘communist rag’ after Charlie’s biting satire mocked their own heroes, from Jesus Christ to Marine Le Pen. These are the heroic defenders of free speech, like Geert Wilders, who want to ban the Quran because it incites violence.Many people are not Charlie exactly because Charlie Hebdo would criticize all religions and all politicians, irrespective of their ethnicity, gender, ideology, etcetera. Consequently, leaders of all religions and political parties have criticized them. That said, they have only been violently attacked by extremist Muslims. This is a fact that can and should not be denied! This is not to say that only Muslim extremists attack their critics for example, recently two French members of the Jewish Defense League were convicted for placing a bomb under the car of an antiZionist journalist. People's minds are changed through observation and through argument, humour hasnt the ability to change people's opinions “If you ask me if
They are often funny and use the ironic style of true satire like The Daily Show, but they lack the focused intent. They are pure entertainment, and always at the expense of whoever is being mocked. For example, while Colbert a devout Catholic mocks the misuse of religious authority, South Park just mocks the religious, or the concept of religion.
And that’s what Charlie Hebdo typically does. Often, the target of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons the people being caricatured and ridiculed are simply the religious.
Other times, the target is unclear the last tweet before the attack was a cartoon of the head of the Islamic State offering politically correct holiday wishes. Muslims already face discrimination in Europe as in America, and mocking them is not courageous or beneficial. The paper’s cartoons have depicted all religions, but the paper’s stance as an equalopportunity offender is also part of what makes it a generator of pseudosatire.
There’s just nothing brave about secular white men mocking everybody else. You can’t satirize intolerance by being intolerant.
True satire, which should be healthy and beneficial, must be distinguished from what Russell Peterson terms the simple mockery of pseudosatire.
True satire never punches down the target must always be someone in a position above the satirist, not someone less privileged.
So while it might be funny, pseudosatire lacks the social benefits of true satire, which include increased political awareness and engagement among viewers. Instead, pseudosatire fosters cynicism, apathy, and intolerance the very things true satire combats.
Remy M. Maisel
Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma
Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional
Spreading hate every week
There is a big difference between criticism and insult
There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.
Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.
Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.
Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."
However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons."
Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis
Ronnie called the Mujahideen the
Founding Fathers of the xx century nd supported Saddam with wmd Saddam
was a CIA operative
Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence
agencies in the 50 s
CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA
agent, like bin Laden.
The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab
dictators against USSR
Reagan killed Kemalism
Kemalism
the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine
named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and
principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of
the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of
Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical
enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman
state

Pope Francis drew laughter when he said he would hit anyone who insulted his mother I’m going to march in defense of a magazine that portrayed the three persons of the Blessed Trinity in a sodomite relationship in a huge cartoon and thought that cartoon was funny, then I’m not marching with them,” Buchanan told Malzberg. “I don’t say they should be shot and killed or that Muslims should shoot and kill them, but I thought that was disgusting, outrageous and offensive.” Pat Buchanan
The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic.
Wow got bitten from the snakes they created also another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM just massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't
support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely
counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all
around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now
have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change

 Ucrania

Now Putin is speaking on the rebels behalf

How can he announce a ceasefire....hasn't he been denying Russia's involvement all along??Or Russian troops in disguise

How can he announce a ceasefire....hasn't he been denying Russia's involvement all along?? WP is speaking on the rebels behalff How can he announce a ceasefire....hasn't he been denying Russia's involvement all along???

Unlike the rest of Ukraine, most of Western Ukraine was never part of the Russian empire, Ukraine or Rus Kievian built Russia, Ukraine was the first state in the region, the first civilization, Crimea belonged to Greece, Rome, Venice, Genoa, Turkey , Mongol Empire but it was never Russian, Stalin killed thousands in Ukraine and Russia The European Union will never recognize Crimea's reunification Russia never annexed Crimea Ukraine's Prime Minister said on Monday that his country would never give up the region of Crimea In the 19th century, Ukraine was a rural area largely ignored by Russia To Russia Ukraine is not really an independent nation, it is rather a fundamental part of the historic Russian state. Rus Kievian was a Kievian state, Russia stole their name So "Russia" stole the name from Ukraine because they wanted to be famous in Rus Kievian was a Kievian state, Russia stole their name So "Russia" stole the name from Ukraine because they wanted to be famous in Svoboda is not the mainstream political force in Ukraine, Russia lies about the real situation in the country Ukraine / Kiev created the slavic civilization The Crimean War was a conflict in which Russia lost to an alliance of France, Britain, the Ottoman Empire, and Sardinia. Ukraine or Rus Kievian or the Principality of Kiev

 Kievan Rus', the first united East Slavic state, was founded by Rurik's successor Oleg 882. The state adopted Christianity from the Byzantine Empire in 988, beginning the synthesis of Byzantine and Slavic cultures that defined Russian culture for the next millennium. Kievan Rus' ultimately disintegrated as a state because of the Mongol invasion of Rus' in 1237 1240 In fact, Crimea belongs to Tatars

Those antiquated Tu95 / Tu142's sure are scary. They likely represent a greater danger to the people flying them, than anyone else.
Honduras Is Sold as a Libertarian Paradise I Went, and Discovered a Capitalist Nightmare

A glimpse into a society run for the benefit of a handful of the rich and global conglomerates.

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A glimpse into a society run for the benefit of a handful of the rich and global conglomerates.

By Edwin Lyngar / Salon

March 2, 2015

Last month, I spent my final vacation night in Honduras in San Pedro Sula, considered the most dangerous city outside of the war torn Middle East.


 Fuck off and die you piece of crap, scumbag, this is illegal, this is crime I will boycott them all together. A bunch of crininals China, Korea and Vietnam Smart animals, our friends http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/library/01/5/l_015_02.html "Recent molecular evidence shows that dogs are descended from the gray wolf, domesticated about 130,000 years ago. But if they all share a common ancestor, why do toy poodles and Great Danes seem to have little in common? Years of selective breeding by humans has resulted in the artificial "evolution" of dogs into many different types"Evolution: Library: Evolution of the DogRecent molecular evidence shows that dogs are descended from the gray wolf, domesticated about 130,000 years ago. But if they all share a common ancestor, why do toy poodles and Great Danes seem to have little in common? Years of selective breeding by humans has resulted in the artificial "evolution…pbs.org

  Civil aviation is a disgrace, it vis all about money, the guy was blind and crazy That was no landing, that was a crash! Assad is a monster, a war criminal and Nato a bunch of incompetentsNo no, everythins is entirely preventable. Civil aviation is a joke, a disgrace, an absurd, it is all about money, what a shame, boycott now Despite crashes in 2014 it was still Safest? How would crashes make it safest? What a bunch of crap that is SB. Humans life cost 50.000 , sad for poor families 


  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/.../a-nation-of-village... How did we get here?

That's pretty easy to answer, too. His name is Phil Gramm. A few days after the Supreme Court made George W. Bush president in 2000, Gramm stuck something called the Commodity Futures Modernization Act into the budget bill. Nobody knew that the Texas senator was slipping America a 262 page poison pill. The Gramm Guts America Act was designed to keep regulators from controlling new financial tools described as credit "swaps." These are instruments like sub-prime mortgages bundled up and sold as securities. Under the Gramm law, neither the SEC nor the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) were able to examine financial institutions like hedge funds or investment banks to guarantee they had the assets necessary to cover losses they were guaranteeing.

This isn't small beer we are talking about here. The market for these fancy financial instruments they don't expect us little people to understand is estimated at $60 trillion annually, which amounts to almost four times the entire US stock market.

And Senator Phil Gramm wanted it completely unregulated. So did Alan Greenspan, who supported the legislation and is now running around to the talk shows jabbering about the horror of it all. Before the highly paid lobbyists were done slinging their gold card guts about the halls of congress, every one from hedge funds to banks were playing with fire for fun and profit.

Gramm didn't just make a fairy tale world for Wall Street, though. He included in his bill a provision that prevented the regulation of energy trading markets, which led us to the Enron collapse. There was no collapse of the house of Gramm, however, because his wife Wendy, who once headed up the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, took a job on the Enron board that provided almost $2 million to their household kitty. And why not? Wendy got a CFTC rule passed that kept the federal government from regulating energy futures contracts at Enron.
A Nation of Village Idiots
Don't let them tell you this economic meltdown is a complicated mess. It's not. Our national...
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 https://prospect.org/.../did-liberals-cause-sub-prime-crisis But CRA has always had critics, and they now suggest that the law went too far in encouraging banks to lend in struggling communities. Rhetoric aside, the argument turns on a simple question: In the current mortgage meltdown, did lenders approve bad loans to comply with CRA, or to make money?

The evidence strongly suggests the latter. First, consider timing. CRA was enacted in 1977. The sub-prime lending at the heart of the current crisis exploded a full quarter century later. In the mid-1990s, new CRA regulations and a wave of mergers led to a flurry of CRA activity, but, as noted by the New America Foundation's Ellen Seidman (and by Harvard's Joint Center), that activity "largely came to an end by 2001." In late 2004, the Bush administration announced plans to sharply weaken CRA regulations, pulling small and mid-sized banks out from under the law's toughest standards. Yet sub-prime lending continued, and even intensified -- at the very time when activity under CRA had slowed and the law had weakened.

Second, it is hard to blame CRA for the mortgage meltdown when CRA doesn't even apply to most of the loans that are behind it. As the University of Michigan's Michael Barr points out, half of sub-prime loans came from those mortgage companies beyond the reach of CRA. A further 25 to 30 percent came from bank subsidiaries and affiliates, which come under CRA to varying degrees but not as fully as banks themselves. (With affiliates, banks can choose whether to count the loans.) Perhaps one in four sub-prime loans were made by the institutions fully governed by CRA.

Most important, the lenders subject to CRA have engaged in less, not more, of the most dangerous lending. Janet Yellen, president of the San Francisco Federal Reserve, offers the killer statistic: Independent mortgage companies, which are not covered by CRA, made high-priced loans at more than twice the rate of the banks and thrifts. With this in mind, Yellen specifically rejects the "tendency to conflate the current problems in the sub-prime market with CRA-motivated lending.? CRA, Yellen says, "has increased the volume of responsible lending to low- and moderate-income households."

Yellen is hardly alone in concluding that the real problems came from the institutions beyond the reach of CRA. One of the only regulators who long ago saw the current crisis coming was the late Ned Gramlich, a former Fed governor. While Alan Greenspan was cheering the sub-prime boom, Gramlich warned of its risks and unsuccessfully pushed for greater supervision of bank affiliates. But Gramlich praised CRA, saying last year, "banks have made many low- and moderate-income mortgages to fulfill their CRA obligations, they have found default rates pleasantly low, and they generally charge low mortgages rates. Thirty years later, CRA has become very good business."

It's telling that, amid all the recent recriminations, even lenders have not fingered CRA. That's because CRA didn't bring about the reckless lending at the heart of the crisis. Just as sub-prime lending was exploding, CRA was losing force and relevance. And the worst offenders, the independent mortgage companies, were never subject to CRA -- or any federal regulator. Law didn't make them lend. The profit motive did.
Did Liberals Cause the SubPrime Crisis?
The idea started on the outer precincts of the...



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"Liberals got women the right to vote. Liberals got African Americans the right to vote. Liberals created social security, and lifted millions of elderly people out of poverty. Liberals ended segregation. Liberals passed the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act. Liberals created Medicare. Liberals passed the Clean A...ir Act, the Clean Water Act. What did conservatives do? They opposed every one of those programs. Every one. So when you try to hurl that word 'liberal' at my feet, as if it were something dirty, something to run away from, something that I should be ashamed of, it won't work, Senator, because I will pick up that label, and I will wear it as a badge of honor." Congressman Matthew Santos, "The West Wing" "Liberals got women the right to vote. Liberals got African Americans the right to vote. Liberals created social security, and lifted millions of elderly people out of poverty. Liberals ended segregation. Liberals passed the Civil Rights Act, the Votin  Democrats ended segregation in America, Goldwater voted against the CRA, and, after the passage of the CRA Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP, Wallace and Byrd became "pro black" activists and the RP a racist party Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISISSome Democrats voted for Iraq war because Bush lied about WMDBush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000 Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus The UN SC voted against both wars             Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
             You should do more objective research...Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region. This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.
            s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed
     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000
     Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus



    Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia

     You should do more objective research...Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region. This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.

    s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century

    Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed

     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000

     Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus



    Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia

     You should do more objective research...Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region. This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.

    s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century

    Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed

     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000

     Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus


"Liberals got women the right to vote. Liberals got African Americans the right to vote. Liberals created social security, and lifted millions of elderly people out of poverty. Liberals ended segregation. Liberals passed the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act. Liberals created Medicare. Liberals passed the Clean A...ir Act, the Clean Water Act. What did conservatives do? They opposed every one of those programs. Every one. So when you try to hurl that word 'liberal' at my feet, as if it were something dirty, something to run away from, something that I should be ashamed of, it won't work, Senator, because I will pick up that label, and I will wear it as a badge of honor." Congressman Matthew Santos, "The West Wing" "Liberals got women the right to vote. Liberals got African Americans the right to vote. Liberals created social security, and lifted millions of elderly people out of poverty. Liberals ended segregation. Liberals passed the Civil Rights Act, the Votin  Democrats ended segregation in America, Goldwater voted against the CRA, and, after the passage of the CRA Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP, Wallace and Byrd became "pro black" activists and the RP a racist party Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS
Some Democrats voted for Iraq war because Bush lied about WMD
Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed
 Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000
 Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus
 The UN SC voted against both wars             Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia

             You should do more objective research...Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region. This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.

            s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century

    Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed

     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000

     Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus


  • Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
     You should do more objective research...
    Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region.
    This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.
  • s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
  • Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed
     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000
  •  Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus

  • Bush and Nato caused the whole mess in the region, Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
     You should do more objective research...
    Try starting with the Sykes-Picot agreement and how it affected the region.
    This is the long game of chess, Bush is only a puppet.
  • s Saddam didnt have WMD an Army and never attacked the US, Bush lied about WMD in Iraq , Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
  • Bush era : 2 illegal wars, lies about WMD, 6 trillion dollars, 560000 people killed
     Bosnia war : US casualties : 32 , Iraq war : US casualties : 600000
  •  Bush caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, Clinton balanced the budget and left us with a surplus, 5 years with surplus


     Republicans against Humanity


    Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity, Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes, C Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him  The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement. The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.

    Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity, Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes, C Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him  The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.

     I love Hillary for president, Clinton era was a golden era of peace and propserity
     1) The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Wow got bitten from the snakes they created, another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
    2) Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité
    right in the capital of his republic.
    Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the
    right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical doctrines
    Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern
    international human rights instruments
    Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression
    Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always
    with social reponsability
    3) There is a big difference between criticism insult
    There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
    There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
    4)
    Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional damage
    5)
    I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
    6)
    Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
    7)
    The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.

    Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.

    Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
    8)
    Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.

    Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit

    Therefore THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    Article 1.
    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
    are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one
    another in a spirit of brotherhood.

    Article 2.

    Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in

    this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour,

    sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social

    origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction

    shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or

    international status of the country or territory to which a person

    belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under

    any other limitation of sovereignty.

    Article 18.

    Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and

    religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief,

    and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or

    private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice,

    worship and observance.

    Article 19.

    Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this

    right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to

    seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and

    regardless of frontiers.

    ^ Top

    Article 20.

    (1) Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.

    (2) No one may be compelled to belong to an association.

    The Universal Declaration of Human RightsWhereas

    recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable

    rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom,

    justice and peace in the world
    10)
    French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture,

    known as the "Quenelle." The gesture

    can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a

    derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the

    sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this

    and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment."
    11)
    However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
    Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." 12)
    John Galliano was found guilty of racist and antisemitic abuse
    Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression

    1) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    2) Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and cretraed ISIS, 3 trillion dollars and 560000 casualties
    3) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia
    1) The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Wow got bitten from the snakes they created, another group of terrorists that benefits from Ghadafi's arsenal BOKO HARAM massacred 2000 lives and there was no press or March or indignation. Hollande helped Boko Haram BB
    2) Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité
    right in the capital of his republic.
    Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the
    right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical doctrines
    Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern
    international human rights instruments
    Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression
    Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always
    with social reponsability
    3) There is a big difference between criticism insult
    There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.
    There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation
    4)
    Psychological trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma Psychological violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional damage
    5)
    I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse
    6)
    Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits
    7)
    The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.

    Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.

    Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices.
    8)
    Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms.

    Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit

    Therefore THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    Article 1.
    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
    are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one
    another in a spirit of brotherhood.

    Article 2.

    Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in

    this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour,

    sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social

    origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction

    shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or

    international status of the country or territory to which a person

    belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under

    any other limitation of sovereignty.

    Article 18.

    Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and

    religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief,

    and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or

    private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice,

    worship and observance.

    Article 19.

    Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this

    right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to

    seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and

    regardless of frontiers.

    ^ Top

    Article 20.

    (1) Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.

    (2) No one may be compelled to belong to an association.

    The Universal Declaration of Human RightsWhereas

    recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable

    rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom,

    justice and peace in the world
    10)
    French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture,

    known as the "Quenelle." The gesture

    can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a

    derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the

    sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this

    and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment."
    11)
    However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic.
    Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." 12)
    John Galliano was found guilty of racist and antisemitic abuse
    Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression
     1) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    2) Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and cretraed ISIS, 3 trillion dollars and 560000 casualties
    3) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia



    Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity, Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes, C Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between
    protesters and law enforcement.
    Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity
    Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity, Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes, C Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.


    Fuck off and die scumbag, Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and cretraed ISIS, 3 trillion dollars and 560000 casualties
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia

    http://myislam.dk/articles/en/wood%20was-muhammad-a-pedophile.php

     " Sarah "Sally" Hemings was an enslaved woman of mixed race owned by President Thomas Jefferson and reputed to have had a long-term relationship and six children with him, of whom four survived and all gained freedom. The youngest of six siblings by the planter John Wayles and his mulatto slave Betty Hemings, Hemings was three quarters European and a half-sister of Jefferson's wife, Martha Wayles Skelton. In 1787, Hemings, at the age of 14, accompanied Jefferson's youngest daughter Mary Polly to London and then to Paris, where the widowed Jefferson, 44 years old at the time, was serving as the United States Ambassador to France. Hemings spent two years there. It is believed by some that Jefferson began a sexual relationship with Hemings either in France or soon after their return to Monticello". Wk





     A French court in 2007 ruled in favour of weekly Charlie Hebdo, rejecting accusations by Islamic groups who said it incited hatred against Muslims. Provocations as pretexts for Imperial war I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse The very extremist forces Sarkozy used to overthrow the Libyan regime have now killed his own people in the capital of his republic. Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité French comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture, known as the "Quenelle." The gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult, to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and "antiestablishment." 1 Israel killed 500 children in Gaza 2 Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime 3 Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd 4 Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s 5 CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden. The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR 6 Reagan killed Kemalism Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic, termed 'Six Arrows' focused on the exclusion of Islam from the public sphere by authoritarian means, it was radical enough to propose a complete rupture from the two pillars of the Ottoman state Kemalism is the main structure of principles about the state, ideologies, economics and the society's fundamental institution, the founding ideology of modern Turkey I am totally against terrorism but Charlie was acting like criminals, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis, Jews, Muslims everyday, they dont have the right to spread hate and fear, bad jouralism fuels terrorism, people like Limbaugh, OReilly 7 Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary, Pope Francis everyday 8 We need social responsability not bullying 9 However, in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him of being anti Semitic. Speaking to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist, said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech. "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust cartoons." I never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse. 10 Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits The democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace. Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom. Democracies are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform practices. Citizens in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights and freedoms. Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit." 11 Free speech doesnt mean the right to spread hate everyday like Fox 12 Charlie was acting like criminals They dont have the right to spread hate Their cartoon is terrorism too, insulting Jesus, Mary 13 Under human rights and anti discrimination legislation, you have the right to hold your own religious beliefs or other philosophical 14 Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments 15 Violence can take many forms, including physical aggression Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is considered by many people and nations to be a fundamental human right but always with social reponsability Malasya’s former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said that although Muslims should not kill despite being provoked, there were bound to be those who were angered enough to carry out acts of violence. When we intentionally provoke people, we cannot anticipate their reaction he said. When people are upset, this is what happens. We must show respect for other people’s religions, religious provocation must be avoided because one could never anticipate what an angry person would do. He asked: What’s the use of them making fun of prophet Mohammed when they know it will annoy Muslims? Just because they feel safe and strong, they think they can do anything, even when the action won’t benefit anyone. A satirical magazine championed by Western war criminals for its "free speech" to dehumanize Muslims is hailed as "heroic?" While an informative, serious news channel like Press TV is banned. Now that is farcical cartoon.

    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    5) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    6) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons
    Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    They hate Pope Francis, Hillary, the Democratic Party, Obama, blacks, latinos, gays, Mother Nature and Humanity
    ) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    ) Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and created ISIS, spent 3 trillion dollars and caused 560000 casualties
    ) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia

    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    5) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    6) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons
    Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    They hate Pope Francis, Hillary, the Democratic Party, Obama, blacks, latinos, gays, Mother Nature and Humanity
    ) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    ) Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and created ISIS, spent 3 trillion dollars and caused 560000 casualties
    ) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia

    Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and created ISIS, spent 3 trillion dollars and caused 560000 casualties


    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    5) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    6) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons
    Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    They hate Pope Francis, Hillary, the Democratic Party, Obama, blacks, latinos, gays, Mother Nature and Humanity



    ) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    ) Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and created ISIS, spent 3 trillion dollars and caused 560000 casualties
    ) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia


    After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons
    Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    They hate Pope Francis, Hillary, the Democratic Party, Obama, blacks, latinos, gays, Mother Nature and Humanity

    A majority of Republican primary voters want to end separation of church and state and make Christianity our official religion
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia


    ObamaCare “is slavery in a way, because it is making all of us subservient to the government," Dr. Ben Carson said.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/58/Minstrel_PosterBillyVanWare_edit.jpg



    There is a big difference between criticism and insult

    There is a big difference between criticism and harassment, insults, or trolling.

    There is a big difference between ridicule, satire and humiliation

    Liberté, égalité, fraternité? Charlie hates fraternité

    Psychological

    trauma / harm is a type of damage to the psyche that occurs as a result

    of a traumatic event. Psychological abuse, also referred to as

    emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a

    person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in

    psychological trauma

    Psychological

    violence at work occurs when a person or group uses hostile behaviour

    gestures, words, writing to undermine or cause emotional damage

    Democracy and accountability: The effects of term limits

    The

    democratic peace, the regularity that democracies do not go to war with

    each other, is one of the most robust findings in political science

    Accountability lies at the heart of the democratic peace.

    Democracy is a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom; it is the institutionalization of freedom.

    Democracies

    are diverse, reflecting each nation's unique political, social, and

    cultural life. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not uniform

    practices.

    Citizens

    in a democracy not only have rights, they have the responsibility to

    participate in the political system that, in turn, protects their rights

    and freedoms.

    Democratic

    societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, and

    compromise. Democracies recognize that reaching consensus requires

    compromise and that it may not always be attainable. In the words of

    Mahatma Gandhi, "intolerance is itself a form of violence and an

    obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."

    French

    comedian Dieudonné, for example, has been banned from public

    performances by the French government owing to his farcical arm gesture,

    known as the "Quenelle."

    The

    gesture can be interpreted in many ways, from a vulgar personal insult,

    to a derisory slur on the ruling class. The French authorities claim

    that the sign is "antiSemitic" and a reverse Nazi salute. Dieudonné

    denies this and instead says the gesture is "antiZionist" and

    "antiestablishment."

    However,

    in 2008, French cartoonist Maurice Sinet, also known as Siné, was fired

    from Charlie Hebdo, where he had been working for 20 years, for his

    "anti Semitic" cartoons, which were mocking the relationship of former

    French President Sarkozy's son with a wealthy Jewish woman. Siné sued

    the magazine Charlie Hebdo for defamation against those who accused him

    of being anti Semitic.

    Speaking

    to Daily Sabah, Carlos Latuff, a world renowned Brazilian cartoonist,

    said that there are double standards on the issue of freedom of speech.

    "It is an everlasting discussion, because what is freedom of speech and

    what is hate speech. Why are some subjects protected by freedom of

    speech and others not? Why can we mock some issues and cannot do so with

    others? Should Holocaust denial, for example, be included as freedom of

    speech or racial hatred? See for example, the treatment given by the

    Western mainstream media to Mohammed cartoons and the Holocaust

    cartoons."

    I

    never agreed with the editorial line of Charlie Hebdo, but also won't

    support this kind of brutal reaction. No doubt, this is completely

    counterproductive and will backfire against Muslim communities all

    around Europe and abroad. The Zionists and right wingers in general now

    have a good reason to bash Muslims and immigrants. Sure it will..change

    the lives of Muslims in Europe..changing for the worse."

    A

    satirical magazine championed by Western war criminals for its "free

    speech" to dehumanize Muslims is hailed as "heroic?" While an

    informative, serious news channel like Press TV is banned. Now that is

    farcical cartoon.


    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare

    ObamaCare “is slavery in a way, because it is making all of us subservient to the government," Dr. Ben Carson said.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/58/Minstrel_PosterBillyVanWare_edit.jpg


     Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    ) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    ) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    ) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    ) DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons

    Ah but Weasel Bush, Jr flew the BinLaden family out of US during no fly time after 911. It was 90% Saudi's who pulled off 9/11. Not the Iraqis, and not the Afghani's. ISIS didn't exist until 2004 when Weasel Jr created a vacuum in Iraq when he invaded. Took out Al-Qaida in the area and ended up with ISIS. Good job Weasel.

       Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS       Arrest Kissinger, Bush, Cheney, Blair and Bibi
     1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare

    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
    Restore sanity, cancel Fox, deport Murdoch arrest Glenn, O Reilly and Rush


    Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the us
     Fuck off and die, scumbags
     ) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    ) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    ) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    ) DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons
    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
     Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family,  a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006

    Não sacou porque é uma besta, tudo dinheiro do povo gasto no exterior que podia estar sendo usado no SUS, SAMU

    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
     Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family,  a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family,  a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    1) Republicans hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    3) Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
    4) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    5) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to o to the Republican Party
    7) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
    Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS
    O Exercito Brasileiro pago pelo povo brasileiro, um pais pobre, fazendo segurança em outros paises e o seu pais sem dinheiro para saude, educação, quer que eu desenhe, a minha sobrinha de 5 anos já entendeu, nao estao fazendo um bem, estao fazendo um mal no brasil, Bush gastou 6 tri em duas guerras por que os ricos nao fazem a segurança no Haiti
       Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS       Arrest Kissinger, Bush, Cheney, Blair and Bibi
    Arrest Kissinger, Bush, Cheney, Blair and Bibi
    O Exercito Brasileiro pago pelo povo brasileiro, um pais pobre, fazendo segurança em outros paises e o seu pais sem dinheiro para saude, educação, quer que eu desenhe, a minha sobrinha de 5 anos já entendeu, nao estao fazendo um bem, estao fazendo um mal no brasil, Bush gastou 6 tri em duas guerras por que os ricos nao fazem a segurança no Haiti
    Lincoln defeated Southern racists and FDR defeated Nazi Germany, Nazi Japan, and Fascist Italy
    Iraq war : 560000 casualties, Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    Reagan created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS
    ) Racial profiling is unconstitutional
    http://www.tvsinopse.kinghost.net/art/o/orson-welles3_arquivos/tvsinopse998493.jpg
    ) The American Police is a piece of crap, totally unprepared, that's why europeans consider America a joke, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes
    ) Cliven Bundy had AR 15 and AK 47 and the FBI didnt kill him
    ) The Bundy standoff is a 20 year legal dispute between the United States Bureau of Land Management and cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in southeastern Nevada over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned land that developed into an armed confrontation between protesters and law enforcement.
    ) DW acted irrationally , out of protocol, and outside of the law
    The police may not kill people around the corner after altercations, they have non lethal weapons


    Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav Molotov with other officials at the pact signing ceremony
    http://www.dw.de/image/0,,16170199_303,00.jpg

    The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
    Stalin and Hitler were very good friends.


    When a man love a woman, stand by me, you sexy thing
    Started with a kiss



    The United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
    Stalin and Hitler were very good friends
    Could the Germans have been defeated without America?
    The Americans' contribution to the European theater of war were:
    1. Helping Great Britain survive via the Lend Lease act
    2. Helping the Soviets with the Lend
    Lease act and providing them with jeeps, trucks, food, aircraft, and locomotives, which allowed the Soviets to focus on tank production and defeat the Germans
    3. Invading Italy and Germany in partnership with the British through Operation Torch (North African landings) and Operation Overlord (Normandy landings), which eventually led to the conquest of western Europe.
    Helping Britain survive was the most important contribution, without which Britain would have collapsed or become a vassal of Germany. Without American aid, Britain would likely have been finished. And without Britain, probably neither Torch nor Overlord would have happened.
    The help to the Soviets was also very important, as it provided them the things they needed for very fast advances when they were pursuing the Germans in 1943 and 1944  the large number of jeeps and trucks (32% of the Soviet army's trucks were Studebakers and Dodges and they had many Willys jeeps  see reference provided in comment below) allowed the Soviet army to move fast and inflict body blows on the retreating Germans before they could regroup.
    There is another question in WWII that of the Pacific front and the Japanese. I think it is elementary to conclude that it was the Americans who defeated the Japanese and thereby ended the Japanese occupation of east Asia and southeast Asia. I don't think there is any doubt about that. Britain had been conclusively defeated, and Japan was knocking on India's door. Had Midway not happened, I think the Japanese could have well taken over all of Asia. Quora

    America swung the tide in the allies favour but America was almost begged by Britain to join and turned them down. America only joined because Japan attacked them. I know they were sending aid etc.. Before they entered but they only entered once they were attacked. I don't like to see British people say " we won the war" and neither do I like seeing Americans saying it. Ye were on the winning side but numerous countries all played valuable parts in winning the war. Besides that - America benefited hugely from the war. Most of the action was in Europe and Europe was flattened and America was virtually untouched. America gave Europe loans to be paid back with interest of course. WW 2 basically made America hahaThe American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
    Stalin and Hitler were very good friends.The American industry defeated Nazi Germany and Japan No, the United States saved the world from Nazi Germany and Nazi Japan, URSS was in a miserable condition No food, no weapons, no money
    Stalin and Hitler were very good friends.David Cameron is a little horrible thing but the UK is a social democracy, they have public HC, public education and public social security built by Atlee, Callghan, Wilson, Laski, Milliband, Foot " Labour should have won, now all we can do is watch the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. This country is messed up and i would do anything to get out of it" Ryan Lee Archer


     PM de merda a gente paga para formar bandidos que se acham no direito de julgar sentenciar, criar pena capital

     Quem defende isso, merece uma bala na cara


     1) Republicans or Koch & Murdoch Corporation hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
     They ruined our ecomomy, Clinton era : 5 trillion dollars, the US national debt, Bush era : 11 trillion dollars
    3) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    4) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to go to the Republican Party
    5) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
    6) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia
    They love money.
    7 ) Iraq war : 560000 casualties, but Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    8) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    9) Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    10)  The Bush Administration ignored MI5/MI6 and CIA informations concerning terrorist attacks in NY and Washington
    11 ) Cancel Fox and depport Murdoch, arrest Glenn, O Reilly and Rush
    12 ) Democrats ended segregation in America, JFK, B Goldwater voted against it, the old RP has nothing to do with the modern RP, Wallace and Byrd became pro blacks activists and the RP a racist party, but they love illegal alien from Cuba and their political support Obama saved the worlds economy, he did the best he could under the circumstances


     1) Republicans or Koch & Murdoch Corporation hate gays, blacks, latinos, Obama, Hillary, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity, 5 years with surplus
    Bush ruined it in 5 years and caused the worst fiancial crisis since the Great Depression
     They ruined our ecomomy, Clinton era : 5 trillion dollars, the US national debt, Bush era : 11 trillion dollars
    3) Republicans are very Christian indeed, 12 million people without HC, and 560000 casualties in Iraq.
    4) After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Ku Klux Klan to go to the Republican Party
    5) Conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializaing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor social security and medicare
    6) Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia
    They love money.
    7 ) Iraq war : 560000 casualties, but Saddam didnt have WMD, an Army and never attacked the Us
    8) Reagan called the Mujahideen the Fouding Fathers of the XX century
    Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    9) Bush built Hamas rule in Gaza in 2006
    10)  The Bush Administration ignored MI5/MI6 and CIA informations concerning terrorist attacks in NY and Washington
    11 ) Cancel Fox and depport Murdoch, arrest Glenn, O Reilly and Rush
    12 ) Democrats ended segregation in America, JFK, B Goldwater voted against it, the old RP has nothing to do with the modern RP, Wallace and Byrd became pro blacks activists and the RP a racist party, but they love illegal alien from Cuba and their political support Obama saved the worlds economy, he did the best he could under the circumstances There are 800 million people without food on earth, Bush spent 6 trillion dollars in two illegal wars, billions for Wall Street, conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializing losses, don’t tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare  Facts are facts, against facts there are not arguments, the Bush Administrration caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression Clinton era : 8 years of peace and prosperity And also Blair, Bush, Sisi, Putin and Bib

     Reagan ruined the US economy and the worlds economy, created Alqaeda and Bush created ISIS Bush was warned of hijackings before 9 11, the U.S. intelligence officials warned President Bush weeks before the Sept. 11 attacks that Osama bin Laden's terrorist network might hijack American planes
    George W Bush said the US prevailed in the Battle of Iraq in a speech on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, 12 years ago. Republicans hate blacks, muslins, latinos, gays, Hillary, Obama, Mother Nature, Pope Francis, and Humanity, they love Wall Street and profits  There are 800 million people without food on earth, Bush spent 6 trillion dollars in two illegal wars, billions for Wall Street, conservative principle : privatizing profits, socializing losses, don’t tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare, billions for Nasa Ukraine and Crimea were never part of Russia, they are indepedendent since 1991 and they want to stay this way


      Reagan created Alqaida and Bush created Isis Ronnie called the Mujahideen the Founding Fathers of the xx century and supported Saddam with wmd
    Saddam was a CIA operative Saddam became involved with U.S. intelligence agencies in the 50 s
    CIA helped Iraq on Iran War, Saddam was a CIA agent, like bin Laden.
    The CIA also vigorously supports the Arab dictators against USSR
    Reagan killed Kemalism
    Kemalism the project of transforming Islam, the official
    Turkish state doctrine named for the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey
    The ideas and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic
    Reagan called the Mujahideen the Founding Father of the XX century and created Alqaeda, killing secularism or kemalism in the Middle East
    Bush lied about WMD in Iraq and cretraed ISIS, 3 trillion dollars and 560000 casualties
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terorist regime ruled by Sharia
    Bush built Hamas Rule in Gaza and Isis rule in Iraq
    Bush spent 6 trillion dollars but we didint have a task force to prevent it
    Bush and Murdoch are associated to the Saudi Royal Family, a brutal and terrorist regime


    The Banksters destroy the economy, so go after a sports organization. Why aren't they handing down indictments on Wall Street? Bush, Fidel, Cheney, Blair, Cristina, Putin, Wall Street, Blatter and Havelange are still at large Go after Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, NBA and NFL as hard as they went on FIFA. The FBI is a shame, never going after the banksters of Wall Street. We the people are fed up with corruption, frauds and schemers. Put them in jail for good along some bankers, and we fix the problem


      I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday Pres. Obama on Charleston church massacre: "Once again," someone who wanted to inflict mass harm had no problem obtaining a gun, and, "at some point," US has to "reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence doesn't happen in other advanced countries." "There is something particularly heartbreaking about death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace .. I've had to make statements like this too many times." That's why Europeans consider America a piece of crap, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes No guns, no crime Get rid of your guns!!! You might think Australia is lame for not having your relaxed gun laws but we also don't have mass shootings very often. Danielle Andrews How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP
    The old RP was a liberal one, but after the passage of the Civil Rights Act proposred by JFK ,
    the Klan/ Dixiecrats was invited by Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon to go to the RP
    Wallace and Byrd became "pro blacks" activists and the RP a KKK The Tea Party

    I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday       Pres. Obama on Charleston church massacre: "Once again," someone who wanted to inflict mass harm had no problem obtaining a gun, and, "at some point," US has to "reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence doesn't happen in other advanced countries." "There is something particularly heartbreaking about death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace .. I've had to make statements like this too many times."

    How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag

    The Second Amerndment is all for gun control, you dont need an AR 15 for self defense
    Antonin Scalia agrees with that

    After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP
    The old RP was a liberal one, but after the passage of the Civil Rights Act proposred by JFK ,
    the Klan/ Dixiecrats was invited by Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon to go to the RP
    Wallace and Byrd became "pro blacks" activists and the RP a KKK Party
    Antonin Scalia agrees with me on this issue, get some education

    I am speaking about a madman well armed, if you know what I mean, scumbag

    That's why Europeans consider America a piece of crap, a country of hillibillies, illiterates, cunts and morons, a bunch of assholes No guns, no crime

    America is a plutocracy or an oligarchy, not a democracy or republic, university study finds America is no longer a democracy

    Get some education, you imbecile, the old Republican Party has nothing to do with the current Republican Party

    The old RP was a liberal one, but after the passage of the Civil Rights Act proposred by JFK ,
    the Klan/ Dixiecrats was invited by Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon to go to the RP
    Wallace and Byrd became "pro blacks" activists and the RP a KKK Party

    Faux news and the whole conservative rhetoric is absolutely to blame!

      It only took about 10hours for the "if the pastor had a weapon it wouldn't have happened" line to come out on conservative talk radio 770am in NYC JJ O'
     Hate crime is terrorism, terrorism is hate crime I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday
    How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag He is a pastor not a cop

    How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag
    I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday
    The Second Amerndment is all for gun control, you dont need an AR 15 for self defense
    Antonin Scalia agrees with that
    After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP Antonin Scalia agrees with that
    Antonin Scalia agrees with me on this issue, get some education
    I am speaking about a madman well armed, if you know what I mean, scumbag

    Fox News is a terrorist organization. It is the propaganda machine for the extreme right wing, aka, Republican/Fascists. It deliberately promotes racism, discord and violence.

    Roger Ailes knows his Fox audience. Rank and file conservatives are lazy. Millions of them just sit watch listen, and vote like they are told to vote. They are incapable of critical thinking so the thinking is done for them. They are bigots who are easily manipulated.
    This is how the Republican’s fascist propaganda machine, Fox News began.
    From the Washington Post article:

    A memo entitled “A Plan for Putting the GOP on TV News,” buried in the Nixon library details a plan between Ailes and the White House to bring pro-administration stories to television networks around the country. It reads: “Today television news is watched more often than people read newspapers, than people listen to the radio, than people read or gather any other form of communication. The reason: People are lazy. With television you just sit watch listen. The thinking is done for you.” http://www.washingtonpost.com/.../07/01/AG1W7XtH_blog.html Elaine Spencer post
    You are fired Restore sanity, cancel Fox, deport Murdoch, arrest Glenn, O Reilly and Hannity, spreading fear and hate everyday, Clinton era, 8 years of peace and prosperity, a golden era
    Republican principle
    Privatizing profits, socilaizing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
    Race as an ideological construct , the assertion that race is an ideological construct is correct but as an ideological construct or an objective condition, race is an almost indissoluble part of our social identities

    It only took about 10hours for the "if the pastor had a weapon it wouldn't have happened" line to come out on conservative talk radio 770am in NYC JJ O'Connor

    Fox News is a terrorist organization. It is the propaganda machine for the extreme right wing, aka, Republican/Fascists. It deliberately promotes racism, discord and violence.

    Roger Ailes knows his Fox audience. Rank and file conservatives are lazy. Millions of them just sit watch listen, and vote like they are told to vote. They are incapable of critical thinking so the thinking is done for them. They are bigots who are easily manipulated.
    This is how the Republican’s fascist propaganda machine, Fox News began.
    From the Washington Post article:

    A memo entitled “A Plan for Putting the GOP on TV News,” buried in the Nixon library details a plan between Ailes and the White House to bring pro-administration stories to television networks around the country. It reads: “Today television news is watched more often than people read newspapers, than people listen to the radio, than people read or gather any other form of communication. The reason: People are lazy. With television you just sit watch listen. The thinking is done for you.” http://www.washingtonpost.com/.../07/01/AG1W7XtH_blog.html Elaine Spencer post

    Sadly, I agree with you. In my state it had been approved for open carry, and carrying on university campuses. I foresee more horrors like this one in the future, when a slight altercation becomes a shootout in a public place, and innocent people are harmed from this stupidity. America the free will be free to stay at home where it's safe.
    People will begin ordering groceries and other necessities for delivery, going to church will be considered you dangerous, eating out will be out of the question, strolling with your family in a park will be out.
    I know this smacks of doom and gloom, but that is what the GOOD people of my nation are feeling now.
    Sandra Hughes Woods
    We don't even have our police carrying guns in New Zealand, there have been a handful of shootings over my 40 years of life. I wonder what the difference might be. Your country's ingrained right to bear arms is a beast that now cannot be put back in it's cage and the NRA are far too powerful politically. Having said that, I feel sorrow for the victims and many condolences to their families. America the Brave, I don't think so. Lisa Sullivan
    Get rid of your guns!!! You might think Australia is lame for not having your relaxed gun laws but we also don't have mass shootings very often. Danielle Andrews
    Up until the 1950s before gun control it was even easier to get guns including automatic weapons and yet back then we never had these kinds of mass shootings? What changed? Rich Hayley
    there are well over twice as many people in this country today as in the 1950s. Plus, the weapons are a lot more powerful. The NRA is now bought and paid for by the weapons manufacturers. Just some thoughts, and certainly there probably other reasons. Cody Bryan

      I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday. Faux news and the whole conservative rhetoric is absolutely to blame! Hate crime is terrorism, terrorism is hate crime. Fox News is a terrorist organization. It is the propaganda machine for the extreme right wing, aka, Republican/Fascists. It deliberately promotes racism, discord and violence. After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP. Pres. Obama on Charleston church massacre: "Once again," someone who wanted to inflict mass harm had no problem obtaining a gun, and, "at some point," US has to "reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence doesn't happen in other advanced countries." "There is something particularly heartbreaking about death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace .. I've had to make statements like this too many times." How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag. The Second Amerndment is all for gun control, you dont need an AR 15 for self defense. After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP. " In my state it had been approved for open carry, and carrying on university campuses. I foresee more horrors like this one in the future, when a slight altercation becomes a shootout in a public place, and innocent people are harmed from this stupidity. America the free will be free to stay at home where it's safe. People will begin ordering groceries and other necessities for delivery, going to church will be considered you dangerous, eating out will be out of the question, strolling with your family in a park will be out. I know this smacks of doom and gloom, but that is what the GOOD people of my nation are feeling now.
    Sandra Hughes Woods" "We don't even have our police carrying guns in New Zealand, there have been a handful of shootings over my 40 years of life. I wonder what the difference might be. Your country's ingrained right to bear arms is a beast that now cannot be put back in it's cage and the NRA are far too powerful politically. Having said that, I feel sorrow for the victims and many condolences to their families. America the Brave, I don't think so. Lisa Sullivan" "Get rid of your guns!!! You might think Australia is lame for not having your relaxed gun laws but we also don't have mass shootings very often. Danielle Andrews"


     I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake News, spreading hate and fear everyday. Faux news and the whole conservative rhetoric is absolutely to blame! Hate crime is terrorism, terrorism is hate crime. Fox News is a terrorist organization. It is the propaganda machine for the extreme right wing, aka, Republican/Fascists. It deliberately promotes racism, discord and violence. After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP. Pres. Obama on Charleston church massacre: "Once again," someone who wanted to inflict mass harm had no problem obtaining a gun, and, "at some point," US has to "reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence doesn't happen in other advanced countries." "There is something particularly heartbreaking about death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace .. I've had to make statements like this too many times." How brave he was, go to Iraq, scumbag. The Second Amerndment is all for gun control, you dont need an AR 15 for self defense. After de passage of the CRA, Nixon and Goldwater invited the Klan to go to the RP. " In my state it had been approved for open carry, and carrying on university campuses. I foresee more horrors like this one in the future, when a slight altercation becomes a shootout in a public place, and innocent people are harmed from this stupidity. America the free will be free to stay at home where it's safe. People will begin ordering groceries and other necessities for delivery, going to church will be considered you dangerous, eating out will be out of the question, strolling with your family in a park will be out. I know this smacks of doom and gloom, but that is what the GOOD people of my nation are feeling now.
    Sandra Hughes Woods" "We don't even have our police carrying guns in New Zealand, there have been a handful of shootings over my 40 years of life. I wonder what the difference might be. Your country's ingrained right to bear arms is a beast that now cannot be put back in it's cage and the NRA are far too powerful politically. Having said that, I feel sorrow for the victims and many condolences to their families. America the Brave, I don't think so. Lisa Sullivan" "Get rid of your guns!!! You might think Australia is lame for not having your relaxed gun laws but we also don't have mass shootings very often. Danielle Andrews"



    Nixon should nuke China Dogs are domestic animals that show feelings, they are good companionship, most protect their owners and are used in rehabilitation, law enforcement, assist the disabled, or simply help the mentally ill by just showing affection toward their owner. I don't believe dogs were put here on Earth to be in the food category. Senora MG http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/03/130302-dog-domestic-evolution-science-wolf-wolves-human/ Before people start with the "you eat pork or beef" or whatever argument . These are stolen animals and pets that are tortured, boiled alive, so they taste better.
    So just don't. Humans use culture to adapt and transform the world they live in. Culture generally changes for one of two reasons: selective transmission, culture is what separates us from the rest of the living world They are gangsters, acting with no law Humans use culture to adapt and transform the world they live in. Culture generally changes for one of two reasons: selective transmission, culture is what separates us from the rest of the living world Before people start with the "you eat pork or beef" or whatever argument . These are stolen animals and pets that are tortured, boiled alive, so they taste better.
    1) Slavery was part of ou culture
    Theocracy was part of our culture
    2) It is clear that humans first found early wolfish dogs helpful, in scavenging and hunting, and humans selected dogs that were obedient and easy to be around. Dogs have shared our homes for as long as we can remember, and, in return, have guarded us, helped us hunt, and herded our livestock. They have generally been our friends as well; that is what most of them are today. Canine friends give us uncritical affection, free of the ambivalence that plagues human relationships.


      " I never met a cow that can fetch, I never met a chicken that did anything but peck at the ground, and I never met a pig that didn't want to just eat slop. Dogs are domestic animals that show feelings, they are good companionship, most protect their owners and are used in rehabilitation, law enforcement, assist the disabled, or simply help the mentally ill by just showing affection toward their owner. I don't believe dogs were put here on Earth to be in the food category." Senora MG1) Slavery was part of our culture
    Theocracy was part of our culture
    It is clear that humans first found early wolfish dogs helpful, in scavenging and hunting, and humans selected dogs that were obedient and easy to be around. Dogs have shared our homes for as long as we can remember, and, in return, have guarded us, helped us hunt, and herded our livestock. They have generally been our friends as well; that is what most of them are today. Canine friends give us uncritical affection, free of the ambivalence that plagues human relationships. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/.../130302-dog.../
    We Didn’t Domesticate Dogs. They Domesticated Us.
    Early humans didn't adopt wolves to help them...
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    Maria Lydia Spinelli Well, you never had a pigmy rooster than slept on your shoulder as you rocked while pedaling at a sowing machine, or a tiny chick that followed you around the house like a dog, or would come running, wings stretched wide for balance, when it recognized you among a group of people. You did not feed an orphan calf that would come when you called him, or had a pig fall asleep in your arms for hours. These are DOMESTIC animals and yes they have feelings and show them when you give them a chance. You would be surprised how soon the bond becomes established. We are the ones who have decided to not feel anything toward them... for fear that we will be conflicted about eating them, which is a perfectly reasonable fear because yes, once you establish a relationship with them... they are no longer just generic ... hen, chicken, pig, cow... and you would be surprised how intelligent these domesticated species really are.
    Before people start with the "you eat pork or beef" or whatever argument . These are stolen animals and pets that are tortured, boiled alive, so they taste better.
    So just don't. Humans use culture to adapt and transform the world they live in. Culture generally changes for one of two reasons: selective transmission, culture is what separates us from the rest of the living world They are gangsters, acting with no law Humans use culture to adapt and transform the world they live in. Culture generally changes for one of two reasons: selective transmission, culture is what separates us from the rest of the living world




      Do you know a country in the world who flies the flag of a deposed government over official government buildings
    After the passage of the CRA proposed by JK, Nixon and Goldfwater invited the Klan or dixiecrats to go to the Republican Party, Byrd and Wallace became pro blacks activist and the RP a KKK party
    This flag is toilet paper
    To hell with that hillbilly flag. Piss on it! Losers since 1865 States rights for what
    Defenders of the Confederate flag say it represents "southern pride". Pride in what?
    Pride in its symbol of treason? Pride in its racist conception? Pride in its symbol of fear and terror? #TakeitDownSC Angela Meyer They fought hard for their ideals, slavery and racism

    Fuck off and die you piece of carp, the Klan treated italians, blacks and latinos like crap Fuck off and die you piece of carp, the Klan treated italians, blacks and latinos like crap I blame the NRA, the Republican Party and Fox Fake Fraud News, spreading hate and fear everyday The Second Amendment is all for gun control, the US Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia
    You don't need an AR 15 or an AK 47 for self defense

    Bush caused the civil war in Iraq and created ISIS Bush Ignored Warnings Of Iraqi Civil War
    With yesterday's bombing of one of Shiite Islam's holiest shrines in Iraq, the common consensus appears to be that Iraq is now on the verge of a civil war
    2006
    Bush ignored warnings on Iraq insurgency threat before invasion
    2004 Bush ignored warnings on Iraq insurgency threat before invasion
    last month that the violence in Iraq could descend into a civil war.
    Bush warned of civil war risk in Iraq
    The Guardian
    2004 President George Bush was warned in July that Iraq could descend into allout civil war, according to a classified estimate which summarised


     I blame Bush and Nato, they caused the whole mess in the region

    I blame the NRA , the Republican Party and Fox Fake Fraud News, spreading hate and fear everyday
    The Second Amendment is all for gun control, the US Supreme Court



    They fought hard for their ideals like Hitler, slavery and racism
    You have failed, losers since 1965, the wrong side of history
    Do you know a country in the world who flies the flag of a deposed government over official government buildings
    Defenders of the Confederate flag say it represents "southern pride". Pride in what? Pride in its symbol of treason?
    Pride in its racist conception? Pride in its symbol of fear and terror? #TakeitDownSC Angela Meyer
    After the passage of the CRA proposed by JK, Nixon and Goldfwater invited the Klan or dixiecrats to go to the Republican Party, Byrd and Wallace became pro blacks activist and the RP a KKK party
    This flag is toilet paper
    To hell with that hillbilly flag.
    Piss on it!
    Losers since 1865 States rights for what

    The Confederate battle flag was never the official flag of the Confederacy
    It's not the original Confederate flag
    It's not even the second, or the third
    It's the battle flag of Robert E. Lee's army unit
    Denise Pomroy

    Banning the Confederate flag and all monuments to the Confederacy (including changing school and street names) would be one way to honor the millions who were trafficked, beaten, imprisoned, tortured, raped, murdered and lynched for centuries with impunity by white supremacists in the good 'ole American South.

    The Confederate leaders couldn't have been clearer about what they were fighting for.James
    Stephens, vice president of the Confederacy, said the Southern states would fight to keep “the negro” in “his place” in a hard to misread statement on the day the Civil War began:

    Many governments have been founded upon the principle of the subordination and serfdom of certain classes of the same race; such were and are in violation of the laws of nature. Our system commits no such violation of nature’s laws. With us, all of the white race, however high or low, rich or poor, are equal in the eye of the law. Not so with the negro. Subordination is his place. He, by nature, or by the curse against Canaan, is fitted for that condition which he occupies in our system. The architect, in the construction of buildings, lays the foundation with the proper material the granite; then comes the brick or the marble. The substratum of our society is made of the material fitted by nature for it, and by experience we know that it is best, not only for the superior, but for the inferior race, that it should be so. It is, indeed, in conformity with the ordinance of the Creator. It is not for us to inquire into the wisdom of His ordinances, or to question them. For His own purposes, He has made one race to differ from another, as He has made “one star to differ from another star in glory. The great objects of humanity are best attained when there is conformity to His laws and decrees, in the formation of governments as well as in all things else. Our confederacy is founded upon principles in strict conformity with these laws.
    Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, cited slavery as the reason for going to war in 1861 and rallied in its defense until his death in 1889. His take on the Emancipation Proclamation, reiterated in his memoirs, is quite telling:
    A proclamation, dated on January 1, 1863, signed and issued by the President of the United States, orders and declares all slaves within ten of the States of the Confederacy to be free, except such as are found in certain districts now occupied in part by the armed forces of the enemy. We may well leave it to the instinct of that common humanity, which a beneficent Creator has implanted in the breasts of our fellow men of all countries, to pass judgment on a measure by which several millions of human beings of an inferior race peaceful, contented laborers in their sphere are doomed to extermination, while at the same time they are encouraged to a general assassination of their masters by the insidious recommendation "to abstain from violence, unless in necessary self-defense."

    "As a result, the later Reconstruction Amendments (Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth) would not have been permissible, as they abolish or interfere with the domestic institution of the states.A competing theory, however, suggests that a later amendment conflicting with an already ratified Corwin Amendment could either explicitly repeal the Corwin Amendment (as the Twenty first Amendment explicitly repealed the Eighteenth Amendment) or be inferred to have partially or completely repealed any conflicting provisions of an already-adopted Corwin Amendment."The expression "labour institutions" doesnt mean slavery
    Janice Sue Carley Harris

    There is a reason symbols of Hitler have been outlawed in many countries. Empathy maybe the best word. Walk a mile in the footsteps of those who have been a victim of the regime the symbol represents. Watch the movie 'The Butler'.
    Rik Johnston The idiot boy who shot up a church killed more than just 9 people, he's killed our freedom of expression.


     Reagan ruinned the US economy, the worlds economy, the middle class and cretaed Alqaeda, supported Saddam with WMD


    The Republican Alternative Plan is very sophisticated, bombardment, shelling, bombing. Operation Opera also known as Operation Babylon, was a surprise Israeli air strike carried out on 7 June 1981, which destroyed an Iraqi nuclear reactor under constru...See More

    Gregory A Bruce And you edited this?

    Maverick at least was brave
    Mr Wig is an old clown and a coward crook, Trump and L Graham in love, Republican gay marriage

    The KKK , Tea Bag Party and the Republican Party are against Obama, Hillary, the Democratic Party, blacks, gays,.latinos, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity Pro life and pro Bush wars


     1) The KKK , Koch, Tea Bag Party and the Republican Party are against Obama, Hillary, the Democratic Party, blacks, gays,.latinos, women, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Bush warned of hijackings before 9/11 and did nothing
    3) The Bush Administration spent 6 trillion dollars in two illegal and useless wars and also created ISIS
    4) Ronnie and Bush ruined the worlds economy and created Alqaeda.Reagan supported Saddam with WMD
    5) What about 3000 people killed in NY, no WMD in Iraq, 560000 civilian casualties in Iraq ?
    6) 6 trillion dollars in two illegal wars, the worst finacial crisis since the Great Depression
    7) Cheney making 39 billion on the backs of 4500 dead solders, and lets not forget Katrina
    8) The Republic of Wall street : socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
     they love money and profits
    9) Fox debates so "you dont decide"
     10) Jesus was against universal HC and pro wars,
     11) Trump is a rising star in stand up comedy.
    12) The ideal society is the Republic of Wall Street, its principle : socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
    13) It was pathetic. The art of intellectual oratory is dead. This wasn't a debate. I've seen better debates in Speech class in college. It was a bunch of whiny privileged white men berating one another in the locker room. Donald Trump, politically incorrect? No, he's a black hearted King of Fools. Lady Liberty is on fire folks, can you say Clinton/Biden? ZaZa Harper
    14) Trump and job creation in other countries. Republicans are empty of ideas




    Kevin Conway The leader in the GOP polls. Man you Republicans are so classy. Proceed with your circus. GOP Gangsters Old Party
    A bunch of gangsters
    Privatizing profits, socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare 1) The KKK , Koch, Tea Bag Party and the Republican Party are against Obama, Hillary, the Democratic Party, blacks, gays,.latinos, women, Pope Francis, Mother Nature and Humanity
    2) Bush warned of hijackings before 911
    3) The Bush Administration spent 6 trillion dollars in two illegal and useless wars and also created ISIS
    4) Ronnie and Bush ruined the worlds economy and created Alqaeda
    5) What about 3000 people killed in NY, no WMD in Iraq, 560000 civilian casualties in Iraq ?
    6) 6 trillion dollars in two illegal wars, the worst finacial crisis since the Great Depression ?
    7) Cheney making 39 billion on the backs of 4500 dead solders, and lets not forget Katrina
    8) The Republic of Wall street : socializing losses, dont tax them,blame the poor, social security and medicare
    they love money and profits
    9) Fox debates so you dont decide
    10) Jesus was against universal HC and pro wars
    11) Trump is a rising star in stand up comedy
    12) The ideal society is the Republic of Wall Street, its principle : socializing losses, dont tax them, blame the poor, social security and medicare
    13) It was pathetic. The art of intellectual oratory is dead. This wasn't a debate. I've seen better debates in Speech class in college. It was a bunch of whiny privileged white men berating one another in the locker room. Donald Trump, politically incorrect? No, he's a black hearted King of Fools. Lady Liberty is on fire folks, can you say Clinton/Biden? ZaZa Harper
    14) Trump and job creation in other countries


    “People know next to nothing about Reconstruction”: The pernicious Civil War revisionism poisoning American history students

    "Reconstruction" author Eric Foner talks Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and what's become of the GOP

    "People know next to nothing about Reconstruction": The pernicious Civil War revisionism poisoning American history students (Credit: AP/David Goldman)
    The new issue of Jacobin, commemorating the 150th anniversary of Union victory and emancipation, is out now. Subscribe today to get a copy or order a single issue.
    Jacobin No living historian has done more to shape our understanding of the American Civil War era than Eric Foner. A rare scholar who is both prominent outside the historical community and esteemed within it, over the course of a fifty-year career Foner has acquired virtually every award, tribute, and professional honor available to a historian in the United States.
    Yet the true measure of his legacy lies not in accolades but influence. Foner’s most important books have transformed the way we see — and the way we teach — the origins of the Civil War, the significance of slave emancipation, and the politics of postwar Reconstruction.
    Foner grew up in a New York family equally devoted to historical scholarship and left-wing politics. His father, Jack, and his uncle, Philip, both taught history at City College before they were dismissed and blacklisted as Communists.
    For the elder Foners, a radical approach to US history involved placing the black freedom struggle at center stage. “In the 1930s,” Eric later wrote, “the Communist party was the only predominantly white organization to make fighting racism central to its political program.” It was no coincidence that the family was friendly with W. E. B. Du Bois and Paul Robeson, or that Philip Foner’s five-volume selection of Frederick Douglass’s writings and speeches, which he completed while on the blacklist, was the first collected edition of its kind.
    Foner’s family background has produced occasional clumsy efforts at red-baiting, including a 2002 National Review essay which denounced him as a Soviet sympathizer and “left-wing polemicist.” In reality, Foner’s own contemporary political interventions have generally remained within the American liberal mainstream. Yet it would not be unfair to credit his Old Left upbringing with a major influence on his scholarly career.
    Foner’s first book, Free Soil, Free Labor, and Free Men (1970), which remains the standard work on the rise of the Republican Party, showed how antebellum Republicans were not merely critics of slavery, but exponents of a powerful political-economic ideology of their own. His most celebrated book, Reconstruction (1988), provided a synthesis that decisively rejected the racist folklore that had informed popular and scholarly treatments of the post–Civil War period for much of the twentieth century.
    In these and other works, a central theme in Foner’s scholarship has been the contested terrain of freedom in American history. (This is no less true of his most recent book, Gateway to Freedom, on the antebellum underground railroad.) The Civil War era, in his view, represented a revolutionary clash of political ideas and forces — a period that unmade and then remade American society. The revolution, of course, remained unfinished — but it was a revolution nonetheless.
    Three Jacobin contributors sat down with Foner to discuss the achievements and failures of Reconstruction, how to reclaim the idea of freedom from the Right, whether the antislavery movement has any lessons for the contemporary left, and why Karl Rove is one of his biggest fans.
    So what’s this story we’ve heard about an argument you had with your eighth-grade history teacher about Reconstruction?
    This was a long time ago, probably 1957 or ’58 — it was tenth or eleventh grade. And yeah, it was American History class, in Long Beach, Long Island, and the teacher was basically giving us the old, traditional Birth of a Nation view of Reconstruction. She said the Reconstruction Act of 1867, which gave the right to vote to black men in the South, was the worst law in all American history.
    So I raised my hand and I said, “I don’t agree with you, Mrs. Berryman, I think the Alien and Sedition Acts were worse.” I don’t know where I got that from. And she said, “Alright, Eric, if you don’t like the way I’m teaching, you come in tomorrow and you give a lecture on Reconstruction.” Which I did — my father was a historian, Du Bois was a friend of the family, we had Black Reconstruction at home. So we used that.
    I came in and I gave my presentation, and at the end of the class the teacher says, “All right, we’re now going to have a vote as to who’s right: me or Eric.” Well, she won by a landslide, let’s put it that way.
    When would you say high school students started learning a new way of seeing Reconstruction?
    Maybe the 1970s, or even after that. Of course, Du Bois’s Black Reconstruction had been out there since 1935, but it was ignored in the mainstream [white] universities. It was taught in the black colleges. In the black colleges you had a different view of Reconstruction, but that was totally sealed off from the larger academic world.
    But I think a real turning point was in 1965, when Kenneth Stampp published this book called The Era of Reconstruction, which was not a very detailed research book but it gave a more positive view of Reconstruction. And because of the civil rights revolution, people wanted a different history. People were talking about the “New Abolitionists,” the “Second Reconstruction.” Little by little people started chipping away.
    So in the seventies there was a lot of scholarship being done, but exactly when it got into the high schools I don’t know. Maybe the eighties. You’d have to look at the textbooks for that.
    Today I think all the textbooks are good, but I still find, wherever I talk about this, that there are plenty of people — and not just the older ones — who say, “All I know about Reconstruction is corruption, carpetbaggers.”
    The main thing is that people know next to nothing about Reconstruction. And what they do know is just not correct. I mean, just basic myths. People say, “They gave the right to vote to blacks but they disenfranchised all the whites.” Well, that’s completely untrue, they did not disenfranchise all whites. But people think that’s a known fact.
    What percentage were actually disenfranchised?
    A tiny percent. The people disenfranchised were people who held during office before the Civil War. Nobody knows how many that was. It might have been 8,000, 10,000, nobody knows, but it was not all whites. Your average Confederate veteran was not disenfranchised.
    Oh, and the idea that all the blacks in office were illiterate and ignorant, also a total myth — we could go on about this but the point is, there are still a lot of misconceptions. I’m hoping that with the 150th anniversary of Reconstruction coming up there will be a little more interest.
    There’s a 2011 Pew Poll showing that Americans still don’t even agree on the cause of the Civil War. There’s a plurality saying it was “states’ rights,” rather than slavery — and it’s not a North-South divide, either.
    Yes, I see that all the time. It isn’t regional. The thing is, it’s an index of cynicism about political life. Which is totally understandable. The idea that anyone could do anything for an idealistic reason, or that you can believe anything that politicians say . . .
    You look at our own world, with politics today, it’s easy to say, “Hey, it must have been just a bunch of Northern capitalists trying to control the South,” or “It was just states’ rights.” Whenever I lecture, someone raises the issue of states’ rights, and the thing I like to say is: “Yes, you’re right, the South believed in states’ rights. And the right they were interested in was the right to own slaves.” And that was a right created by state law, so naturally they wanted to protect states’ rights.
    And then I say, if that was really the issue, then explain the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 to me — which was a federal law, probably the most powerful federal law before the Civil War in terms of overriding local judicial procedures, overriding local law enforcement. Federal troops, federal marshals, going into states, you think that’s a reflection of states’ rights? No.
    When it came to vigorous federal action in defense of slavery, the South was perfectly happy to go that route. So they did not dogmatically believe in states’ rights . . .
    Just look at the Mississippi Declaration of Secession. Or Confederate Vice President Alexander Stephens’s “Cornerstone Speech.” One thing I admire about these guys is that they didn’t beat about the bush. They were very candid. “We are seceding because the future of slavery is in danger.”
    After the war, the myth developed that everybody had already agreed that slavery needed to go.
    Yes, slavery got washed out of the writing on the war. But it didn’t happen in a straight line. When it comes to the Civil War, what historians write is a reflection of the world they are living in at the moment.
    During World War II there was an upsurge in people seeing the Civil War through its lens, through the fight against fascism and the knowledge that entrenched evil is not going to go away without violence. So in that period they saw slavery as the root of it.
    But later you get a post-Vietnam thing, which was a little more cynical. I think even today we’re in a post-Iraq moment, where the idea is basically, “War is hell and politicians justify it with all this rhetoric which has no meaning, so how can you believe anything anyone says?”
    My view on this is Du Bois’s, actually. Sometimes the “neo-abolitionist” historians get a little too gung-ho for war, the glorifying of the war. I agree with Du Bois, who says that war is murder, chaos, anarchy. But sometimes good comes out of it. I don’t think it’s a good thing that all these people got killed in the Civil War. I’m not glorifying it and waving the flag for it. But what I’m saying is that I’ve never seen a peaceful scenario for the abolition of slavery in this country.
    Now, a lot of people say it would have died out as a result of being uneconomical. How do you know that? When would it have died out? It was plenty economical before the Civil War, why would it suddenly die out?
    People say, “Oh, well Brazil abolished slavery.” Brazil abolished slavery partially because we abolished slavery. Do you think Brazil would have abolished slavery if we hadn’t? I think political economy is very important here. The clash of two fundamentally different societies with two fundamentally different labor systems is what’s going on, in my opinion.

    Do you think it makes sense to talk about the Civil War and Reconstruction as a “bourgeois revolution”?

    I tend not to use terminology like that, which I feel is an insider terminology. I try to write as clearly and accessibly as possible. So I understand what it means to call it a bourgeois revolution, and there are a lot of ways one could say it is. But I don’t think you would find that phrase in my writings.
    But I do call it a revolution. I call the Civil War the Second American Revolution, as historian Charles Beard did, and as abolitionist Wendell Phillips did. But the Revolution is the destruction of slavery, that’s the revolutionary quality. That’s Du Bois’s point.
    I call it a capitalist revolution. I don’t know if that’s the same thing as a bourgeois revolution. It destroys a system that is both capitalist and non-capitalist in ways that are quite difficult to explain, but the consequence of the Civil War is capitalist hegemony throughout the entire United States.
    But that’s not the cause of the Civil War, because the capitalists were perfectly happy with the slave South. They made a lot of money off the slave South and there was no reason for them to go to war. But theconsequence of the war was certainly the hegemony of Northern industry and finance throughout the entire country.

    American Jacobins

    I wanted to talk about Karl Rove, who is apparently a big fan of your book Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men, on antebellum Republican ideology.
    He said he learned how to build a political coalition from that book.
    A student came up to me one year and said, “You might not approve of this, but I’ve got an internship in the White House working for Karl Rove this summer.” I said I don’t disapprove, they need all the help they can get down there. He said, “I’m glad you feel that way,” and he whipped out his copy of my Reconstruction book and said, “Mr Rove asked if I could get you to sign this for him.”
    I think this kind of thing scares off the young contemporary left, because they see the legacy of antislavery being claimed by this vicious capitalist force.
    Anything can be claimed by anyone! I mean, Glenn Beck held his civil rights rally a little while ago.
    The National Review does something on Frederick Douglass from time to time.
    We shouldn’t allow them to take possession of these struggles. By the way, Obama absorbs all of this into his narrative of American history, obviously, and what’s objectionable about all this — from Obama’s vision of American history to Karl Rove’s — is that they see all these things as struggles within a stable system, so to speak.
    Instead of denying, like the Right used to, that we’ve ever had inequality in this country, the Right says, “Well of course slavery was horrible, but we abolished it. We abolished slavery.” We! We! Who’s this “we,” you know?
    And then they say, “Jim Crow, it was terrible.” No one’s defending Jim Crow anymore. We had a great civil rights struggle, Martin Luther King is a hero to everybody left, right and center, but it’s a defanged Martin Luther King. Martin Luther King is the guy who gets up at the Lincoln Memorial and, you know, says one sentence — I want my children to be judged by the content of their character — and that’s Martin Luther King. You don’t get the King who spoke out against the Vietnam War, or the Poor People’s Campaign King.
    King was a radical guy. King said that the Civil Rights Movement was a fundamental challenge to American values. The people who absorb it into a feel-good thing now say it was an expression of basic American values. In other words, there is a stable thing called Americanism which all these struggles are just improving all the time.
    So I can see how people can be cynical about the appropriation of that, but I don’t think we should let it be appropriated. I wrote a book about the history of the idea of freedom, and then shortly thereafter George W. Bush took control of the idea of freedom for the War in Iraq. Operation Iraqi Freedom — freedom, freedom, freedom, that’s all it was. It turned a lot of people off the idea of freedom.
    Obama doesn’t even talk about freedom much, except when he’s going to war. Freedom is the last refuge when they want to go to war.
    I don’t think we should cede freedom to the Right. Absolutely not. We should not concede the common sense idea of freedom. In my book there are many other concepts of freedom equally embedded in the American tradition, which have a lot more to do with equality and economic rights, which we should insist on. It’s not just owning a gun and getting the government off your back.
    So yes, I can understand that people look back at the abolitionist movement and say, first, “Well, the whites were racist.” Well some of them were racist, no question about it. But hey, they were willing to put themselves on the line to end slavery, so what else do you want?
    This is a pseudo-politics, a psycho-politics, that says people ought to be loving each other. That’s not what politics is, people loving each other. It’s people acting together, even if they don’t love each other, for a common purpose. If you’re going out to a labor picket line, are they all loving each other, the people on that picket line? Probably not. But they have a common self-interest that they’re pursuing.
    Then they say, “It didn’t succeed. They abolished slavery, but racism is permanent, and another form of slavery came in.” Of course, terrible injustice came in. But it wasn’t slavery. I think that’s a very cynical view of social change — that if you don’t get utopia nothing has happened.
    There’s a related myth that emancipation happened, but immediately it was replaced by Jim Crow. But in reality there was a long period between Reconstruction and complete black disenfranchisement, and across the late nineteenth century there were all these struggles in the South, with whites and blacks acting together.
    You’re absolutely right, it didn’t just end in 1877. There was Radical Reconstruction, which I think was a very idealistic effort to, as Du Bois said, create democracy. Du Bois’s subtitle talks about “the part which black folk played in the attempt to reconstruct democracy in America.” It’s not about black people, it’s about democracy — are we going to have a democracy in this country or not?
    But then there was a generation at least which was kind of inchoate, as you say. There was a tendency towards more and more racism, but there were also struggles like the Readjusters in Virginia, the Populists of course, and other things. It’s not until around 1900 that Jim Crow, which is a shorthand for comprehensive white supremacy in the South, comes in.
    The struggle is the story. I don’t think we should romanticize it, but the idea that racism is permanent and there’s nothing you can say or do and that’s it — that’s a totally unhistorical way of thinking about it.
    Among other things, it’s a story of attempts at interracial cooperation from below, which ultimately failed by 1900. It’s sometimes argued that the political failure of Reconstruction in the South was due to the fact that Republican support among Unionist whites, which was significant at the beginning, seemed to have disappeared or diminished by 1877. Why do you think that happened?
    That’s one of the reasons for the failure of Reconstruction — it’s one reason. Of course, there were some states where they never had any white support, like South Carolina and maybe a couple of other places. Louisiana had very, very little.
    The problem of getting poor white support was very difficult and was exacerbated by the difference between the Northern Republican Party and the Southern Republican Party. In some of these states, like North Carolina or Georgia, there were poor whites, Unionists, and so on, who were interested in supporting the Republicans for economic advantages like debtor’s relief.
    But the Northern Republican Party was not interested in supporting them. They rejected Georgia’s Constitution because it suspended the collection of debts, and they said, “Hey, I’m sorry, you guys have got to pay your debts.” It’s like Greece, they were acting like Angela Merkel.
    I actually think the failure of Reconstruction was not solely or even primarily on that basis. Rather, you have to go to the federal level and look at what was basically a failure to enforce the law. There were these constitutional amendments — the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth — but you get a withdrawal from enforcement after a while, and that reflected changes in Northern society — political, economic, and intellectual. And without a willingness to enforce the law, the power structure in the South — the economic power structure — is going to take over eventually.
    It’s possible to imagine continued federal intervention — not, you know, military intervention for forty years, but enough to make it clear that these laws will be enforced. Like what happened in the Civil Rights Movement. There was a social movement, but there was also the National Guard, federal courts, other things just making it clear to people, not that they have to love each other, but that they have to act in certain ways and they can’t act in other ways. That if people act in ways that are in violation of federal law, they will be punished. And if that becomes clear, then people eventually abide by the law.
    This is the point where Karl Rove’s attempt at appropriation fails, because when you’re looking at that moment, where Northern support dries up and people are beginning to doubt the effort to enforce the law, they have exactly the same kinds of concerns that Karl Rove has, that the Republican Party today has.
    Yes, exactly. Rove would probably say this was an outside imposition on the South and therefore whites were never going to accept it. Maybe there’s some truth to that. But as you said, there were the Populists, the Readjusters, there were grounds for white militancy in the South all through this period, which occasionally come to the fore and helped work out things with blacks. But they were usually overturned by violence.
    So you go back to the question: are you going to allow political violence to determine elections and political power in this country? If you are, that’s what’s going to happen. And if not, you’re going to need federal intervention to prevent it. I think the national story of Reconstruction and its failure is very important, not just the local story.
    Of course, there’s an old argument about corruption in the Reconstruction state governments, but newer scholarship has looked more closely at the problem of state government revenue, and the new property taxes imposed after the war.
    Yes, these state governments faced a real Catch‑22. Before the war, state revenue was basically from the tax on slaves, not on landed property. Planters could accumulate large tracts of property and not be taxed on it, but be taxed on their slaves instead. And this left the poorer whites not paying taxes on their land. Most people owned land, but they didn’t pay taxes.
    This was a weird fiscal system, where it’s the tax on slaves that’s supporting the government, but it does allow a lot of fiscal autonomy to poorer areas. After the Civil War, there are no more slaves, so no more tax! It becomes a general property tax. That’s bad for the planters, but it’s also bad for the poorer whites, who are now paying a tax on their land they didn’t have to before.
    So that becomes a big problem. These governments are setting up school systems, and they’re now serving a doubled citizenry where blacks are now suddenly getting benefits from the government as well as whites, but the fiscal resources are very, very weak. And that’s why they were issuing bonds that were deteriorating in value. And you get corruption out of that.
    But even the way you posed the question, which pops up in a lot of this literature, shows the hold of modern day politics: corruption and taxation are thrown into the same bag. But taxation is not corruption! This notion that levying taxes is bad is part of this critique of Reconstruction.
    But surely if these are poor farmers who want schools, and you raise taxes to build these school systems and stuff — if it had been done well, wouldn’t they ultimately have benefited from it?
    The immediate problem was that they couldn’t get debtor’s relief. They were all in debt. The Republican Party was divided, because a lot of Republicans — including black Republicans — thought they shouldn’t alienate planters too much. They wanted to get the planters into the Republican Party.
    So it was very hard to have a radical party, to have a populist party, because the local parties were dependent on the Northern Republican Party, which more and more was the party of industry and sound finance. It was a political coalition that was very difficult to maintain. It was a coalition between the poorest people in the country and the richest people in the country!
    And then there was the need for cotton. That’s one of the reasons they didn’t distribute land to the former slaves: because they thought they’d have to grow cotton. The problem is, there was actually an overproduction of cotton after the war, because the British had encouraged cotton in India and Egypt during the war. There’s a lot more supply in the world than there had been before because the Civil War had cut it off.
    The thing is, the agricultural system in the South was not a racial system. It affected blacks more severely but there were more white sharecroppers than black in every census. The crop lien system (which left indebted farmers dependent on cash crops) forced people to grow cotton. So yes, the expansion of cotton production was in the white areas, and that was very detrimental to them because the price was falling throughout this whole period. There was overproduction, so growing cotton was a losing game.
    So here you get into total counterfactual fantasy: if they had changed the whole credit system — if, if, if! That’s what the Populists called for[in the 1890s]. Get out of dependence on merchants and banks. Let the government be the one who loans the money to the farmers. It didn’t happen, of course. (Now it happens, but that’s with agribusiness, that’s a different story.) So there are a million problems.