Saturday, 31 January 2009

Post Imperial, Post Nation States

Calls for Putin to go, are being made in Vladivostok,Demonstrators are also expected to take to the streets in the capital Moscow and other towns and cities later on Saturday.

The Communists are largely behind this wave of protest, calling for more State control over peoples lives. Seen else where on a comment- seen on a T shirt 100 million dead- time to try again.

The result of incompetence of political elites across the Globe is now manifest in both the extreme right and extreme left trying to offer 'solutions' that have resulted before in death camps and labour camps.

We do not need repressive,extreme governments and elites, we need less government, less corruption and to allow markets to operate. People the world over I have found are decent and friendly. It is Governments that are hostile and murderous.


Stroll On said...

Never mind Bludyvostock, today it is exactly 403 years since Guy Fawkes was executed! Would have been a good opportunity to go walkies, would it not?

Anonymous said...

In the post - " ..People the world over I have found are decent and friendly. It is Governments that are hostile and murderous".

Not 'governments' but 'government' is the problem. Having political power can transform mild psychopaths into hostile violent people who insist that they are right, or have the solution.

Somehow have to clear the decks and start again, and I don't think it is inside an evolving and corrupt fascist entity.


Ampers said...

Over here, the capitalist society is getting all the stick.

Capitalism, as is practiced nowadays in the Western World is not the capitalism dreamed about by the early libertarians.


PS, take a look at Labour Watch not a well designed website but a wealth of information, almost overkill, that readers here may like to look at.

Paul Pinfield said...

"It is Governments that are hostile and murderous" Indeed. Ask anyone who has served in the armed forces.

JD said...

He who hides well lives well.
It's time to 'Make yourself cheerful, and learn how to duck." (L. Cohen)

Goodnight Vienna said...

And don't forget Mandelson's "Post-democratic society"

max the impaler said...

There are now only two directions.The first is the New World Order option.This is favoured by the major political parties because it provides the biggest trough for the most snouts.It does nothing for the people but guarantee a totalitarian state at some point in the future when all jobs are lost/exported.The people will have to be controlled, and you cannot fine a man who has nothing.It will be nasty.
The second option is something along the lines of Schumachers economics.His book printed in the seventies more or less set out his ideas.Here, the emphasis is on absorbing slightly higher labour costs by keeping economic unit areas small and sidestepping mass production.This helps to maintain social cohesion.People need 'real jobs', not phoney Gruniad crap.
I know people will see the ugly head of protectionism start to rise but I think it's already in play and has been for some time, only it's called tarifs and quotas and import dutys.

Anonymous said...

IMHO, NWO can FRO. And when it comes to ordering piano wire for the Ceau┼čescu Two Step, we musn't forget to include some for the ex-politicians like Tony Blair in the count.

Dick the Prick said...

They just don't have honour - the ability to leave the fuck alone, to not rob because they're able to rob. They're no different from the guards at concentration camps - it's alright because every other cunt is either doing it or looking the other way.

where is the democracy? said...

The result of incompetence of political elites across the Globe is now manifest in both the extreme right and extreme left trying to offer 'solutions' that have resulted before in death camps and labour camps.


Not aware of the boar war OH?

One of the first consentration camps was set up by the British imperialists, the British elite, when there was no real democracy and just as much propaganda pumped out by the press.

Nothing to do with communism or fascism.

Death/work camps are about control or eradication, ANY political system can use such control. But the least likely is the most democratic system(i mean real and protected democracy, not the controled hollow husk that masquraes for it in the west, which is heading for totalianism through media manipulation).

Once you take the democratic power from the people(either overtly (several dictators come to mind) or covertly(the EU) and hand it to the insane and greedy, then you get death camps.

The simple rule is - protect real democracy and freedom of speech and you wont go too far wrong.

Once you see democracy and freedom of speech being eroded through the threat of imprisonment then you are on the sure track to death/work camps.

Forget the labels of fascism or communism, that just takes you eye of the ball with simplistic name calling.

The ones who play the game best at name calling in such a manner are the ones who would currently lead you to your death camp.

Remember all the talk from the west about spreading democracy and defeating fascism and communism etc - the very same people playing the totalitarian creep.

Captain Swing said...

Never heard of the boar war- was it when pig like animals threatened to invade us.Please tell us as you are all knowing mr where is democracy.

Apart from that you are talking complete bollocks.

Captain Skint said...

Captain, may I commend you and your men at the Maffikin Sir, couldn't have done it without you chaps.

Guthrum said...

Not aware of the boar war OH?

Maffikin ?

Whatever happened to the education system in this country !

Anonymous said...

Captain Swing said...
Never heard of the boar war- was it when pig like animals threatened to invade us.Please tell us as you are all knowing mr where is democracy.

Apart from that you are talking complete bollocks.

31 January 2009 16:15

Ah the tired old spelling Nazi routine, he can spell - yawn.

Of course i meant boer.

Bollocks huh!

Nope cant spell said...

Albert Einstein - (March 14, 1879 – April 18, 1955) Being one of the most important great minds of his century Albert Einstein was then known to suffer from dyslexia mainly because of his bad memory and his constant failure to memorize the simplest of things. He would not remember the months in the year yet he would succeed in solving some of the most complicated mathematical formulas of the time without any trouble. He may have never learned how to properly tie his shoelaces but his scientific contributions and theories still have a major effect on all of todays current knowledge of science.

Alexander Graham Bell - (3 March 1847 - 2 August 1922) Well known as the inventor of the telephone Alexander was actually attempting to find a way that could make deaf people hear. His mother was slowly becoming deaf when Alexander was only 12 years old making him extremely sensitive to disabilities. Once older he was constantly seeking a way to cure them through technology. He himself had dyslexia which would cause him problems at school, but he always kept his interest for science, especially biology. He would show a great indifference for everything else and would have poor grades. Today Alexander Graham Bell is also well know as one of the founders of the National Geographic society.

Hans Christian Andersen - (April 2 1805 - August 4 1875) Being an author of children's fantasy stories, he was a victim of dyslexia and showed the world that when you want something, nothing can stop you from obtaining it. The books that he wrote have been translated into hundreds of different languages and continue to be distributed even today in millions of copies. Hans wrote books such as "The Emperor's New Clothes", "The Princess and the Pea" "Thumbelina", "The Snow Queen", "The Ugly Duckling" and "The Little Mermaid".

Leonardo Da Vinci - Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) was a Tuscan polymath: scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. As an engineer, Leonardo conceived ideas vastly ahead of his own time, conceptualising a helicopter, a tank, concentrated solar power, a calculator, and the double hull, and outlining a rudimentary theory of plate tectonics. He also had the gift of dyslexia. Most of the time, he wrote his notes backwards. Although unusual, this is a trait shared by many left-handed dyslexic people. Most of the time, dyslexic writers are not even consciously aware that they are writing this way.

Thomas Edison - Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor of Dutch origin and businessman who developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph and a long lasting light bulb. In school, the young Edison's mind often wandered. He was noted to be terrible at mathematics, unable to focus, and had difficulty with words and speech. This ended Edison's three months of official schooling. The cause of Edison's deafness has been attributed to a bout of scarlet fever during childhood and recurring untreated middle ear infections. Thomas Edison was dyslexic, a problem child, and a mischief-maker. He talked when he was supposed to be listening and did not listen when the teacher talked. He had no patience. He was not well-coordinated and did poorly in sports. He applied himself with a passion to whatever caught his attention, but his attention was easily diverted.

Richard Branson - Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson (born 18 July 1950) is an English entrepreneur, best known for his Virgin brand of over 360 companies. Richard Branson has been involved in a number of world record-breaking attempts since 1985, when in the spirit of the Blue Riband he attempted to cross the Atlantic Ocean in the fastest recorded time. Branson has dyslexia, resulting in poor academic performance as a student. School was something of a nightmare for him. He was the captain of football, rugby union and cricket teams, and by the age of fifteen he had started two ventures that eventually failed, one growing Christmas trees and another raising budgerigars.

Guthrum said...

Well thats fine then, lets not bother- the first time I have ever heard of correct spelling = being a Nazi.

Captain Swings PA said...

Nope cant spell.

You also are talking bollocks if you are claiming Einstein and Leonardo De Vinci were dyslexic.

Dr Samuel T. Orton, an American neurologist proposed the first theory of specific learning difficulty in 1925 so dyslexia is
a 20th Century invention.
Dyslexia is an excuse many people use to defend sloppy education in the same way ADHD is used to defend little shits who cant behave themselves.

I take it that you are also saying that Mr "Boar" War also suffers from this terrible condition.
I would say that Mr "Boar" war is
a product of modern education and is too lazy to check his facts and spelling before inflicting them on others.Anyone who can spell dyslexia cant suffer from it.

Lighten up guys

Did you hear about the dyslexic chef who was found dead in the oven?
The recipe said to cook the roast.

Captain Swing said...

anon 16.33

Ah the old Nazi ploy of calling people names when they point out
simple spelling mistakes.

Tell me old boy are you also claiming dyslexia or are you the lead scout for the bore wars.

Odin's Raven said...

1. Governments exist for their benefit, not for ours.
2. An important distinction between government and crime is scale of operation. Remember the old story of Alexander the Great and the pirate.A modern version is the statement attributed to Nixon, "if the President does it; it's not illegal."
3. In 1605, blowing up the King and Parliament, especially the Lords, would have killed most of the people who actually owned and ran the country. It would have made a difference. Their modern replacements are just crooked lobbyists and apparatchiks. Killing them would scarcely disrupt the real operations of the vast bureaucracies and corporations that run and own the country. You might as well destroy a public relations company.
4. To find who really gives the orders that have to be obeyed, consider, who for instance, are able to summon EU commissioners to their Mediterranean yachts and villas.

Dick the Prick said...

Spelling's irrelevant as long as the message is communicated. Loads of people correct people's spelling, punctuation etc on blogs, don't know why - gives 'em kicks I guess. Personally I couldn't give a fuck as lond as they know they're being screwed up the arse by an ugly, unelected, Jock cunt but... whatever sails their ship.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

The Russians don't quite get it, some Vladivostokists were quoted as demanding colonisation by Japan so that they can retain access to cheap second hand cars.

where is the democracy? The Boer War concentation camps were neither death camps nor labour camps. They were intended to neutralise the Boer population, beause they blurred the distinction between combatant and civilian, by "concentrating " them in a defined space.
They were not required to labour nor to die; it is unfortunate that some of them did so through disease and malnutrition but so did others at the same time in the heart of London.

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