Saying things forgot about....

Friday, December 28, 2007

The tiger of pakistan.

It is not much good for a tiger, but the noble preposition,
I respect that woman. Also the joy we all felt, in having our tiger rule a nation.
That was a great day for humankind.

Ofcourse she has been the first in many things, and now with this war between the sexes also a war on terror, she didn't hesitate and chose for the half of people that would love her.

A real martyr, for a cause bigger then hers or ours.

Friday, December 14, 2007


There are more important things going about then Klossovo, namely the climateconference at Bali. Basically however that is characterised by the absolute unwill of the proprietor class to commit to cost efficent economy, for mere short term private profit. Nations unwill to commit to a more tolerant population model is largely due to that. Unequality and pollution to a similar extend likewise. Attempts to make money out of every and even clean technology do the rest i suppose.

So instead of elaborating on unwill and profit destroying our planet, i would like to make a statement over the current european prospects. Hence this article's name "Klossovo". Klossovo is a very typical area somewhere in the balkans, traditionaly associated with the ever plundered serbia. People there; walk on clumps, have a very own religious hierarchy, shave, wear beautifull cloths, and are an overall joy for the eye ever since ivan the great.

Klossovo is the kind of place you'd like to stay a month or 2 to write poems , an excellent place for tourists. However recently Klossovo met tragedy, the Nato bombed this and that an god knows what, so perhaps there is not so much left. I think it also turned radioactive, so you can see it's concurrent position in the tourism market is taken serious.

Anyhow recently it turned into a US airbase, or two, and now it needs independance.
all these 00.3?00.000 people need exactly that , what the basques or the kurds in their millions would destabilise their belongings with. Presumably these nuts will be seated in EU parliament as well, and be in a position to help sabotage votes forever.

Nobody is going to notice anyhow.
Currently we have like 7 or 8 states around there, The one an even more pittyfull excuse of etnocentrism then the other. Theres just about enough "real" macedonians to fill one parliament... The only at them is that they are possesed. They own land, money or factorys and now people. Europe is choosing its voters in parliament with terrible sneakyness.

The nato killed a lot of people to get so far. Do you think they will let go of it?
Europe in a blind submission follows lead. Having nothing better to do each campaigner decides to campaign "liberation" ... it looks so nice.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

prioritys for pakistan

Actually it is very hard to accurately judge every or even much detail of the human rights situation in pakistan for me. However the picture unnfolding has quitte the charactersitics as can be expected with the different interests that are most urgent in mind.

Obviously thinking on the lines that pakistan would not move the army into afghanistan or in the direction of kabul, the only reality is that the north of pakistan is already politicised. So that is not a surprise, every actual calm or rest for the afghan refugees and their relatives or even sympathisers is dependant of just having something like a region where they are free from control wich so easily turns into persecution.

Naturally musharaf has only 2 options, acting up, wich is insisting on more plain military violence inside northern pakistan, or letting go for now and hope that things don't turn to much out of hand. It appears to be a sour procedure, in so far that the taliban, so in effect the populace, of northern pakistan immediatly grabs after the formal characteristics of her 'talibanship' again a very politicised attitude.

Perhaps they think: it is now or never, the possibility that the west decides butto will be her man, and the next thing is f16's in the sky we better have some space around. Or perhaps it is: we just don't want to have to do with that silly musharaf and his english in afghanistan.

Literally spoken the swat valley immediatly took over policestations, and implemented their representation through sharia law:) Wich puzzles me about the different interests of pakistani lawyers again.

Anyhow, there is no immediatly obvious solution, so i thought of the following,
all the nations once conquered by greece could join greece, and as a side-effect they would be part of EU. Now inside eu war is not allowed, so that is settled
and the situation in pakistan also becomes awkwardly clear, with the option to compare these peoples rights with these of the basques.(no rights)

However, since it might scare russia we will also include the kaukasus, ukraine, and russia. That way at least when we bomb these guys we have a decent excuse and....
I will finally see greece develop a european constitution for the perspectives of many people. Although they are orthodox, the greek, perhaps they can't handle the very physical humanist attitudes from northern europe to wich all people are supposed to conform. The ukraine can easily be included, and once belorussia gets surrounded they will probably immediatly surrender to Merkel.

that would be nice:) with turkey in europe keeps its original shapes, only a bit bigger, ofcourse we also invite lebanon, becus it is such a mess with funny tourist perspectives, israel, to proof that we emancipated ourselves so much that even if we can't live with jews we still do, syria, to save them from future agression, the kurds, probably for the famous 'basque' argument . in short everything that once was with alexander except what is in africa. That solves a lot of voting problems in a future world community as well, when they all belong with greece:).

long hm. rulers are like mortargrenades, hardly ever one falls on exactly the same place. That is why a child of a promising ruler has little promise as a ruler as a rule. I feel this strongly over northern african nations and want to make the point secure that I include european monarchist institutes.

likewise i think over bhutto, i don't mean to say that she can't carry any of her fathers spirit or that any child couldn't. Just that it is not a very fair merchandise, and all one is left is to look critical at advertising.

Sadly i am very sure all this is actually set up to divide the islam world and pakistan, politics get a bit shaky, turkey is reinvited in upon.. threatening the kurds, pakistan is (well i am glad it is) sufficiently modern to have a thorough discussion herself, and afghanistan? It's always been a part of europe, the greek never left, only recently they turned english. So for the afghan people the best choice as well is to join the eu.
That way the war need to be put to an end, since it is not allowed for eu members or foreign powers to have a war on eu territory.

This is a very light idea, but when i think of the nightmare it is for the average EU politian i get greatly happy:). Oh yes, oh barzir ... of the taliban yes.. i heard from my secretary.. how could that happen?

It's a bit of a pitty for the parts of the ME alexander didnt reach, like that new bit of vulcanic island, that they will necessarily be excluded, however perhaps it is only the best solution that all these peoples of the books, get their stuf organised together for once. I am not so sure of that actually, i get reluctant to endanger india into invitee status, and i see how russia will have to say no.

well there goes belorussia:(
finally the nations of the kaukasus may rest to the heart of mother belgium.
(wich is falling apart:D, i hope they keep it that way, the eu is ruled from a nation that is falling apart:), good PR.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Kurdistan, turkey, pkk , oil , M-E.

This will be an untypically specific posting. Somehow i think all the fuzz over the kurdistan-issue is hardly warranted, whilst media persist in desinforming. If we don't stick to facts, and exchange these unbiasedly, nothing much will be gained, and kurdish again will become the victim. As well as quitte possibly some turks.
In general terms escalation might poison an alredi autoritair atmosphere in turkey. It would raise problems for irak and iraki kurds, and most importantly invites unnecessary death and destruction. On the background plays that every party might hallucinate an economic interest in oil by desorganising the kirkuk regions.

Major players... Maliki, he is a policeman and does not understand what is happening.
I don't know how people of limited scope become presidents, but Mailiki has only a simple and straightforward way of coping. The presidential quality to always seek solutions and negotiate he does not posses in matters of military calibre.
All he said is .. blah blah, attacks, terrorists, forbidden, allies, security.
Nothing in depth. But certainly nothing comforting kurds.

Jalabani: Jalabani opted to support the obviously somewhat justifiable turkish intend to get done with intrusions from without irak. This is a prokurdish statement, a general kirkuk statement, an obvious sign of negotiability, but also a bit of the easy way out, Jalabani may be aware like noone else, how unrealist it be that refugee (turkish) kurds, a 30 or more year history of the region, would suddenly shut down all activity aimed at turkey, let alone find way to disappear back into turkey and not be confronted with persecution and violence.

USA: usa opened the ball, by making a huge affair of the armenia case.
For me it misses relevance because it is considered as a single case, at no point in a year anyone but me pointed out what scarcity of food was abound over the region in these years, and other great deeds of inhumanity of that age are not related or mentioned.
A damnification like this can only be made after a complete and unbiased historical assesment and in a supra-national context. Things we can only dream of for now. Also when the USA blames the turkish over armenia, it does not dare to speak truth about the current turkish terror. Mostly i suppose because they use all the same methods, apparently they also exterminate villages in independish areas. People in the usa have no clue what is going on. (Not one coherent USA right wing posting on al jazeera). Apparently at the moment USA politics supports the turks , (something i can't understand well outside USA being an imperialist repressive state). USA public is crying outright evil over the kurds.("wishlist of terrorism" on the menu)
We should perhaps realise that a shared interest with the turks as a loyal nato partner gives promising perspectives having to do with oil. Something for wich you need no strong kurdish unity and certainly not a powerfull PKK. That would not support turkish or usa interests in irak and that would fight the destruction of kurdish prosperity in northern irak.

PKK: The more representative element of the resistance against turkish repression of Kurds. (like PLO used to be and Hamas may be a representative for the resistance by palestineans). Unfortunately for the PKK they are modern. They have no ambition to set up an archaic state, or some odd califate, they also have a marxist ideological background, apparently , since i myself never much noticed, and as such they remain under the coldwar protocol for terrorism (is that the reason?). The PKK has, i don't know how, managed to contribute to the fall of saddam and fight the turkish army,
for decades. At one point i think in the early 90s, it became absolutely obvious that the turkish army applied genocidal politics to kurdish areas, and what all turks apparently manage to overlook: that the kurdish culture was severely repressed and prosecuted in all it's aspects.
Discrimination on schools, no kurdish language allowed, and the ongoing campaigns to neutralise ever more of the areas inhabited by kurdish. Harsh punishments of prison and even torture in huge scale prisons for (kurdish) activists, and... in turkey you can also be prisoned for saying things the state generally dislikes. So the typical shapes of political prosecution and destruction of freedom of expression have been decade long elements of the turkish strategy. What probably is the reason for the militance of the PKK is that turkey manages to keep providing new levy's of embittered, scared and angered kurds.
Obviously by counteracting the genocidal composure of the turkish tenure the PKK has over the years actually helped the kurdish population a lot, or at least shown to try her utter for only that. I must say i suspect the last few years (through the irak adventure) the turkish attitude has become a bit less destructive, although i fear the repression of the individual may remain almost similar. I am not sure since i heard kurdish could have their own language at schools again, that would mean also the individual perspective of a kurd in turkey improved a bit. (a kurd would have like 60-70% more energy for schooling and education in other subjects, its hard to keep up your professorates if you have to be a complete autodidact in your major language)
Anyhow that and modern times , in the sense of non religious politics eg. are the facts behind the PKK. One reason people would not vote pkk inside turkey is it would be dangerous to openly sympathise, voting means you would usually also publically defend a such opinion(pkk in this case), wich would endanger your life. As such the
link that pkk is to radical/militant (to vote for) became subconscious. Elections show the will for peace of kurdish people, but when the kurdish vote something outside pkk they still vote for their independence. In that sense PKK is only living up to procedures more then other representatives, wich i suppose is why they have such great sympathy despite their non-conformism.

Irak: Irak wants nothing to do with this. Iraki kurdistan as a political factor is no exception. However within kurdistan the turkish attrocitys are well known and sympathy for the resistance is a very natural thing, not in the least because kurdish identity in irak could be a scary one under saddam. In that context neither iraki president said much revealing.(i think it shows ambitions as well)

Turkey: The turkish public is very biased, single tv shows can make them all shout obviously propagandatory outrage at once, on the forum of al jazeera.
So why is the turkish public so very biased? It is really complex. Firstly i think they are awfully badly informed over the scales of the repression of kurds and the counteractions. They seem not even to realise kurdish get no kurdish language schools, or perhaps they are bloating on their succes in the destruction of kurdish identity. Some would. So.. next question, why are turkish so embittered? This pitfall of demologics must have been armed earlier. When the turkish media let out the turkish part of the violence it was not hard for a turk to become somewhat bitter, over the kurdish resistance, also turks planned to kinda abolish their headscarfs in public buildings to join the EU, now i decided it was better if turkey did not join the EU. Not for any economical reason, but because they had not raised their populace above the headscarf ideal, in other words powerfactors wished to cling to islamism, wich was the better reason to respect the middle east nations in their geopolitical aptitude (whereabouts). Also reluctant operating towards ukraine and belorussia from the eu, show the same geopolitical score, it is not in the interest of the eu to (directly or immediatly) intrude geopolitically to entitys that have a different historical position. Be it (imperial-sovjet) Russia , Middle-east or africa, in effect. Also Turkey has a moderate or modern islam since ataturk, and it is not necessarilly bad to allow the turkish ideals to influence the region. At least it is something slightly different and often indeed turkey acts as an intermediator, an umpire at her best moments. So the basic reason turkey fought the kurds, is turkey doesn't want to seize the (any) land. All the talk about terrorism is only rhetorics, and apparently the nato has been supporting the turkish in their attempts,
else there would have been no need for the militant factions (the all-too-often socalled terrorists) to become communist mainstream.

EU: Perhaps comes up with something soon. EU has always been a nato partner ,
as such it is indulged with turkish politics, EU supports the USA "wishlist of terror" labeling pkk amongst, outside the predictable humanitarian effort and statements, i expect nothing much as EG alredi tried to show her sympathy for hamas, i assume it will try to push the usa for her responsabilitys towards the kurds. One should not underestimate the political interest of once again attacking a "communist" group with the label 'terrorist'. The US apparently informed her public that "Koordum Turkam delendum esse ". so that is what we may most reasonably expect to happen.
(might need check but ianss.)endpoint of that reasoning, oil.

Erdogan: And as such, the turkish political circles. Firstly i don't like they move their populace through onesided mediamanipulation, wich is way to haughty an attitude for me to like. Secondly i think they are populist and have the populist aproach of security, that kind of securty always adds up to fascist repression, they show to be so by directing existential fears of turks to the kurds instead of using those to emancipate modernisation. Whence structural political turkish interests appear: to stay in power, to manoevre the populace, so the suspicion that the iraki kurdistan oil has to do with the affair easily rises.
Perhaps also they try to settle things 'once and for all' , stubbornly refusing to see the reality of a federal iraki kurdistan and as such the impossibility to completely destroy kurdish identity in turkey. In a way this asking for attention is perhaps a way to induce realist talks, but only if the world forces them to. If the world chooses to neglect the kurds, the turkish will be the last to complain.

Me: I just hope some of these old misconceptions get cleared up on a worldwide scale.
i know i have not said everything about turkish ideals and motivations, and i am as sorry for the family members of all involved as the parents of the turkish soldiers.
Like more pakistani got sacrificed for the socalled war on terror then coalitioners,
i must unfortunately assume turkish and kurdish lifes are counted similar by major powers involved.


Friday, October 19, 2007

there is no posting about beauty

beauty of not being there,
Ja wat kan i tell u abots posting for beauty?
Ultimate of persons, A single circle.
We that all believe in all.

conscensus is there about beauty.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

A lost month, friends

I am not much busy with the legal case. Mostly because i did plan not to.
The month has been pretty much what i expected, so not very hopefull.
General voices and opinions gear the brakes, but, it is a rather financial workabout..

What i guess is happening. I am still all before introducing a law-precedence
platform. It could also function as an idea-bin. Ofcourse it is a bit related with promoting a broader and quitte radically different aproach of rehabilitation,
"reclassment" in the dutch technical term.( partly).

the general difference is to reclass also the law and society, and not only the mere social individual, victim and perpetrator, and that it needs a working concept, a target or motivation, that is to support these individual people and groups that get harmed through criminal justice.

thats my personal thing and how i can hold up its concepts.

Soo,.. let me move on to the general subject of this months historical events.
In the scale of nations, historical events are an everyday happening, in the positive, and in the negative, Does it even matter to people that we have surpassed productivity you might wonder?

ah i confuse politics and economics. Personally i don't think these concepts of hyped economy (production capitalism) are valid these days. It is merely a portable problem.

Eg. (historical event nr 4 or so this month), in burma or (event 5) korea,we actually meet 2 nations that don't have twintowers of files on guest labourers,
that don't so much have a hyped but rather a sustained economy.
And that actually apparently serve no real capialist concurention with china.

So not only in terms of powercircles, ruling class elitarism, a development is also a danger to the population, also economical fears remain quitte reasonable.
That it is on a background that the IMF forced the burmese into higher domestic fuel proces, while balancing that with exports, remains also quitte questionable.

Likewise , north koreans are mostly a political target, and victim, of capitalist policys. Their association with china, allows them the pace or better of the chinese economys , it is the international boykot that has hampered all else.

So we have a "thuisland" nation or isolated economy, opening up for relations with her former self. The rest of korea.

That it is somewhat bad all is due to international policy's largely,
Since outside Korea these same politics have easily and simply ruined economys and nations and their peace, (endless row of examples), a change of power cannot be regarded even close to a certain advancement. The opposite is quitte possible, that internal, or south korean or perhaps even chinese or french, english involve in matters, and that actually in a decade, when things turn out worse, nobody had noticed that they were not so sure.

Whence it is relevant to act restrained to such discomforted economys.

I missed all of the inspiration and most of the opportunity to write my blog this month for wich i am sorry. I am trying on.

Then Pakistan. Pakistan is *the* last years historical event.
Firstly: i dont care much about formalitys. The whole "can musharraf remain president? "bit is moot. The only real question is should or wanton?

generally i have no agreeance with prolonged terms of governmental leadership,
although i grew a bit more leanient through the ongoing show of incapacity, by plenty in the social interaction. In that sense, people like putin and musharraf that mostly achieved things through their personal inspiration, are the most likely for meganalomaniacism.

They'd have to cope with it anyhow. It is however wild, farfetched and naive..(or not), another argument not to support prolonged terms at all.

The real legal problem of pakistan is islamic law. When emancipating or developing pakistan, pakistani moves before, that are frighteningly counterproductive (1). At least, have shown to be so in pakistan. Me , i remember you; that both sharif and butto have been implicated in corruption. The legal, burocratic system and structure of their days has been ready to support that. I understand Musharrafs ambition to cope with international relations through his understanding of the colonialist english culture.

Otoh, musharraf is not fighting quitte a right cause. The question remains wether non-interventional politics would provide better results. And in the case of afghanistan you may wonder what anybody (the west or the russians ) wanted there anyhow. Apparently , now we are there we, have set out not to leave before they changed. Hardly in the sense of: because it might work, but more because we forgot there are other options, mostly i think it is an experiment in control strategys.

It is the control strategy of a ruling imperialist and elitarist, on the subconscious xenophobic class, paranoid perhaps in a local contexts, on the world.
And the experiment of the control of the methods on the ground. Everybody has their excitement.

The current problems (at least since like 2002) of Pakistan are most closely related with the problems in afghanistan, and in a more loose sense contrast with the sultanates and other dictatorships that are US most loyal comrades.
Perhaps tho have a better say on modern (moderate) islam then Musharraf. That.., i much wonder.

For me as a anarchist, or liberal, or humanist, islam (and every religion) is very unagreeable.
I hate indoctrination. I think if people should be indoctrinated into "good stuff",
it should happen through progressive information.
Wich would turn it into a subject, an item of the consciousness, nobody should be born into, raised into, let alone forced into a dogmatic. Certainly not a historical, largely antiquated control mechanism as christianity, judaism or islam.(2)
It's been a centurys long fight against myths and fairy tales, to liberate some western mind, from the limits of a thought,- let alone belief system.

I think moderate modern islam, could make a start with realising that.
If they have the better source , or code nothing could be easier then to start a more elegant application.

So apparently it doesn't, well actually perhaps they are still celebrating a liberation that needed to be preached for centurys.

Longer then with us, since antique and not only roman times.

iafaiac. it is up to musharraf and i hope he will start informing his ppl before working them in his outlets. He needs to be a president to be more secure, but ah..
it is not so bad to throw over a military inspired governance. It's got it's good points. otoh there is (if i place that correctly) salafists, probs not a neutral term, outing salafists appears tasty as well.

So personally what i don't belief is emancipating islam can be achieved through formalising islam in any secular sense.
needs work on the cultural relational aspect overhere, but check the medicationstatistics for 'privileged entry' jemenites and others. Here.

(1) it is quitte about liberating minds from indoctrination all.
(2) Hinduism is obviously more confusing then the more budhist traditions, in many places however hindus went through much of the schools of thoughts of budhism apparently. in fact their results in the sense of zen and tao , shinto etc. manhand a more realist perspective, although in many instances they are set out for control mechanism as well. It is not that i agree with tao or all shinto, it's just not the subject of the day. Can't help it but that i do agree with zen.
(checks again, at least it says salafISTS).

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Anarchy is love

(chaos is only the natural ordre of things btw.)

The sake of degradation of political mind

Yeah we get it. One shall not say naughty things about the fascist system ,

Saturday, September 1, 2007

Rich to serve the poor

This is (ass in *iss*, shitasses) a deliberate insult at the dutch police in particular, and any other power obsessed balloons of selfrighteousness in uniform at it. I would love to insult the perverted money obsessed profiteering slavedriving murdurous ruling classes in the same (poetry turned into due) fart. But its a so much, much more inane, contemptuous, and purposed abuse of human stature it just misfits the misfit.

These birth defected autist overeating shizofreniacs, that are to dumb for a simple job, these people to silly to be any threat for major abusers, these persistent bugs and bullys of the public sphere, the shitheads, aka police is what i am talking about.

Look some people are loosers, but at least they don't need to wear a same uniform to proof it. When you see one coming you see them all, because they are the shitscaretest of fagshits just like the rest of us, a bunch of prostitutes, sadists and suns of dogs with genetical defects. Slavedriver's that have been outcasted from normal civilisation for many a sane century they are. Their tasks so crude and unaplicable they needed to develop a whole new array of genetical defects to misfunction like they can. That is what i am talking about, the swines that beat you up for protesting peace or legal rights. I am talking about these protonazis ready to serve any torturous system, The nightmares of a friendly person, the uniformed impersonations of the horrors of war and assymetric violence, the representers of every corruption and the major plot to destroy this planet with only bank accounts left alive.

These insane wasters of positive sources of human development, the ever ready murdurous soldier in peace time.
The guys proud they can aim at you with a shotgun, people with no but the pride of psychopaths.

You know what they really do? they kill foreigners in their smelly stinking cells,
they threat you, and kidnap you, try to endanger you, and if they don't just loosely smash you up, at least they wil make you feel bad about your country by harrasing you over everything, while every major corruption goes on undisturbed.
Say what, they are the camp guards, they are ever ready to defend corrupt persons, and they are so blatantly stupid they get wholly absorbed in the proces.

We must doubt even one of these fags understands who i am speaking to. Go figure , all over the planet these crapheads screw usual peoples life because they need to annoy to get a hard one.
Noone gives a fuck about them, becus sex is supposed to be nice.

well i think i succeeded. This is definetly devastating for my imago.. saves the slavedrivers some job then. Ah, they ain't no good even at intelligence work that they keep hidden and play the dirty tricks as secret as can, thats why i am helping.

Come on restless fuckers, come on prostitutes of the sanity of a tranquil mind,
arrest me, like you arrest the usual people on the street that don't give a damn butwhip for your pitty application.

Come on proof that you are the insane fuckers that can't stand a word, show of with your power of arms, seclusion and financial support of the rich, show how your big mouths fall open after reading this.

Don't expect me to be polite though, you can get what you can expect.
Why would not i hope someone beats you untill you piss blood.
Isn't that your regular monopoly?
Come on thats all it is about, justice? my ass, you'r in for the kick and your kick is sick.

Oh the smelly aspect, the smelly aspect is they are the kind of people that give some brave and honest bloke a tough night after reading this, but shutting up becus apparently they can't just rant like me. They need authority, for their mindfreaks, their orgasmic interfering and spastic knowing better.

Well i can do without all that, like i can do without them. Air is what they are to me.
smelly air. klootzakjes .
(that is an explicitly forbidden albeit rather common dutch expression meaning,
scrotus minisculus.)

Friday, August 31, 2007

to-do list

Like everyone else venting his personal emotions into the blogosphere, i can get pretty annoyed by my own posting. So much to write and so little content.
It's embarrasing, whence i did post my yesterdays socalled "funny".

Strangely it makes me smile when i reread it, so that it is why i wrote it, to be able to smile. It suffices for me.

I also have a long long long to-do list. Topics in the uncensored sphere i want to touch... are many. I still have to explain the public how it can be the US finds chemicals in a NY UN building (cbp anyone) the day after i publish about their defoliaging campaigns and quoot (the now late) Blix .
It is hard to explain. Why would an insignificant person like me, with no more special traits then anyone else, someone who never has an abrevation noone else knows,someone essentially only contributing new words , sciences and technologys, laying out only concepts of internationalism, mutualism and intrinsica that are now the only handheld to steer the planet (for good or for bad) be sufficiently relevant to make a headline against??

I have no clue. Freedom of expression would leave me in lonely and dull comparison only. That is one thing i just got to explain at some point, but as you can see it does not make sense to me.

So apart from it happening, it never happens. Nextly , yes what nextly...
next on my to do list , should it be human shielding? or deescalating methods of bomb laying, or no,... yet again the clearing up of tribal remains? Should it be my support for musharraf? Or my deceit for benazirs clique?

I should also touch at the myriad of aspects the white neocons destruct that been fine and friendly in my country, my mothertongue.

I should post about how irak will climb up 15 years after now, when there will never be any chance for them to make a development jump again, with evrything destroyed that saddam left, and no more oil. I should post on african unity (one great good thing) and i should suggest someone finds out what necessitated the much larger tutu genocide after they got a beating. (anyone knows why that is acceptable may tell me).

Should i focus on the poor blokes, our multinational shapegoats that are led to chanceless processes in the hague?? Or merely about the fascistoidisation of our society in all its minor aspects. The dull confection dressed grey masses in the trains that haughtily bestare you, because you are obviously no direct servant of the rich , like them.

Should i talk about how people 20 years old are more discriminating, more superficial, and more egoist then in the time i was 20??
I don't know, it is all so sad..
It is more sad then any of you apparently is able to imagine, Noone says it, noone writes it.. so perhaps the thoughts are more complicated then they seem to me.

What i would love, really love to start with, is something of authority of say;)
Something about saying things to authoritys.
(authoritys is the ones legally set to make decissions or regulate public behaviour)

Like i said before.. authoritys will only talk gibberish. So now i move to my next post, a deliberate insult to all policepeople in the world, one in wich i will say how much it is acceptable to rant at them, and i explain how little trust i put in people that can't handle words if they are legislatory armed..
on with that, ah my mind rejoices when i think fo the fresh insults i can make up at the adress of the police.
And it is really elegull, you cant say shit to a dutch cop these days, i hope they fuckin freak their sick minds doubleblind over, after i wrote what they make me write.
raah lovely:)

Thursday, August 30, 2007

C.B.P. (Concrete Battlefield Protector)

One of the challenges in archeology is to provide contempairy armies with sufficient room for slaughter. It's a widely apreciated fact you cannot just have a battlefield anywhere. Certain elements of the landscape are naturally prohibitive (such as rivers) but some should not be used as battlefield for historical or even archeological values. Now this is the classic paradox in archeo-genocido-topo-metry,
for wich i thought of a commercial solution , the C.B.P. (Concrete Battlefield Protector) hereof shortly introdused by the handsome CBP.(or cbp in capitals).

The cbp will have your soldiers die with renewed valour, let me explain how this simple principle works. It used to be we send armys to die in desolate, almost virgin places, and in the earlier days that has been a rewarding strategy. Barren land accumulated archeological finds, and as an extra in the pre-industrial situation ecological feedback diminished burial services and grave duty.

I think you get what i am pointing at? In several cases the whole archeological site has been forgotten, wich is good for tourism, because then there can be several , but wich can be a real setback for archeology in the case a posterior battle occupied the same grounds, not only through dillution of the assembly, but through sheer impact events as well.

Allready the medieval knights must have thought of this, hence their chivalric battlegrounds, but in the modern times we have forgotten this exclusive feature of murder: archeological remains.

Through a simple procedure we can reshape the landscape and provide a whole new ground for war... the cbp.

It is a well known militairy fact history repeats itself, soldiers die more readily on the grounds where their forefathers died before them , this made me decide to distribute the cpb concept free of charge, under a fair use policy, (I do expect payment for fraudulent applications on surplus erratic historical battlegrounds though.)

The principle is quitte simple, as soon as we discover a former battlefield, immediate action is required. Since we don't have the methods yet to proof anything conceivably from generalist finds, we have to rest them in peace. For this cpb can function even in wartime.

Modern warfare is very unrewarding to the archeologist, explosives, remain, and fracturise otherways simple evidence, the atmosphere is loaded with mustard and uranium. So that is a no-go area. Cbp serves excellently.

The only requirement for cbp is regular cleansing after battle, not that much after centurys of spilling blood in the sand.

bows gently for gratefull aplause

red wiki, "tot Vrijheidsbezinning"

I found this :

Redwiki. It is good:D you will be surprised.
Contrary to wikipedia it feels unbiased, that is: biased mostly to daring thought.

So although i had been warned hardly anyone could hope to pass the censorship of the right line, i started up a contribution.
Someone read it and before i even published it disappeared , all that work for nothing:(

However used as i am to having the works of my mind destroyed i can reconstruct the
intended article here. Fortunately. The unfortunate aspect is i was just introducing a method to keep on writing on the same article forever, thus rewarding it a minor fraction of the attention it deserves.

My first invention was i could "move" the sandbox:test to : kamping "tot Vrijheidsbezinning" and not even risk a talks page.:o

That is fortunate because some people might immediatly want to introduce the modern and 21st century storys about the place, underestimating grossly the effect 1000s of Ka of contemplation had on the local topography. I really don't see why red wiki had to abort this feeble attempt even before birth.

I wasn't jumping into any conclusions yet, merely wondering, if the emptyness of the landscape could have had anything to do with the traditional methods of warfare
of the antagonists of the regionally orbiting people (i quote from head:
"later; when the rich came to extinguish all people" ) , what did i say wrong?
Red wiki? Isn't it what always happened? at this specific locality they came at different moments to extinguish as many as they could, why hide it?

anyway, we are to forget many of the holocausts of the past, when they had not yet succeeded to silence the dissident voice. Ofcourse that babylonic wisdom came to my mind. But what does it have to do with leftish???

so much and very little of that.
Anyhow.. I have at least attributed as many words to the "kamping tot vrijheidsbezinning" as i planned for today.

However since my contribution has not been received positively i have conducted a non destructive archeological experiment to make the point that exactly cultural interference can be hardly estimated correctly anymore (at least not in the concerned area) after the 19th century 's blowing up of megalithic structures , in a faint effort to retrieve supposedly lost richess.

here comes:
In the first picture you see a random collection of the famous dutch "tramp stones".
none of them actually derived from the north sea's bassin.
They represent the archeological feature of a "hunebed" in an undisturbed context.

As you can see the magenta arrow is pointing at an undisturbed foliage, and the green arrow is pointing at some items possibly nefariously collected by prehistoric man.

The next fotograph is of a exactly similar location: a "hunebed" for wich netherlands is ultimately famous, however in this instance the hunebed has been blown up 5 years ago.

The magenta arrow is again pointed at a now severely disturbed stratigraphy of the place. The green arrows are pointing at two different items, natural stones that have lost flakes as a result of the explosion ; and modern material disturbing the former archeological context.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Integrity (truth-content)

Very often, when i read a bit about what is going on, and try to collect impressions to shape my observations i feel like fleeing to this place, a personal blog.

I am rather proud of it's name. "Uncensored" and i have seen there is an uncensored in english for almost every language now. A partly shamefull affair.
The israelian uncensored eg ,is mere bigotry, and apparently 100000 people need that charicature to maintain their zionist convulsiveness.

Yes, i reach the conclusion that after the initial invention of the uncensored concept, censors claimed the remaining spaces, blogspots. (this could still be relevant at some point in future).

Anyhow at the israeli uncensored i applied selfcensorship. I am pretty fed up with israelis propagating genocide in response to my having a non-zionist opinion.

That what they do and done to palestineans has all the looks of genocide is a second, and their allies being genocidal state-entity's does not help much either.

Well, i think i can be this direct in this context because of the utter lie in that israeli "uncensored". Uncensored is not the same as promoting a more shizoid approach as your respective governments capitalist interests allow.
That is: "censored".

Still, it is just a notion of integrity so i continue my rant over the falselihood of demologics.

Demologics, the art of providing thought concepts to people to make them believe what is ultimately beneficial for your party, is very much on my mind today.

The fuz over pakistan and irak being the main causes, but the confrontation is everywhere (eg. in the anti-russian spy and other propaganda cases, when the western companys suggest we should trust some capitalist corrupt tax-evader to decide over the future of russians).

Then the french, as having to comply to a blackbox populist like sarkozy.
Europeans have never really been impressed by the french brightness, we don't need this joke to destabilise our friendly relations in europe.

So it is a complot? (yes), that leads to destruction? (yes). Because when this can be done to the french, it can be done to anyone.

I can't even think of a more destructive thought.

A coca-cola puppet, no, that is what we need, just wait and he will start victimising palestineans as a matter of disney-puppet habits.
An ultimate propaganda item is president, someone supporting every egoist, greedy, eurocentric, judeochristian bias, yahoo. Wait and see him rant on everyone else we might possibly still militairy engage in the future.

It gets me sick to think that the people of the world are hussled with this way.
So let's make a move and start looking at say.. irak.

Irak is perfect proof that (always surprising me) people have no opinions of their own.
They don't even have a self definition of theirselves. After you blast the hell out of iraki's they are ready to accept each other as enemys. Not only that, if you tell them they kill another for aforementioned non-ratio, they will do precisely so.

This is so blatantly senseless we have to assume , you , the rest of the world , are just ready to succumb to similar mechanisms. Hence we look onward, and focus our satelite view on pakistan.

A lively political arena. Now do the pakistanis in general have a trend to a similar useless direction as say the '33r4ki' or french?

Firstly lets state this clear: there is not a single valid reason why basically democracy would work different anywhere in the world then it would in france or the netherlands. So some random figureheads will be awarded for their capitalist loyaltys by safe and influential positions that earn them well enough to keep them in keeping.
We must observe two things,
a) what will pakistanis be manipulated into believing?
b) who do the capitalists behind it want to kill because of this opportunity?

Ofcourse experience in irak has proven islam is so utterly naive you can make it's followers belief anything. Perhaps not coincedentually the muslim identity of pakistan is much underlined these days. (It's quitte a narrowminded focus on religion as is) . Psychologically it gets easier to understand that intrinsic naivety when you realise islam incorporates you from birth. All your live you will be complying to an ordre that is only natural because you had not even an alternative as a baby. This is what makes it hard to have questions to things authorical situations cause.

Apart from this, there is the illiterate syndrome: when people don't read very well we can lie to them on paper. Since they can't even read what lies are commonplace about them, they are not rewarded the authority to react concerning themselves.
So Pakistani illiteracy is a feature that will be promoted in the western mind.
At least even most french can spell their names, so we could get the impression we know better as a side effect.

In the meanwhile in the west, because obviously we cannot honestly speak over situations ourselves, disrupting as it would be for our indoctination,
we forgot people can speak. Let me explain, : you don't need paper to use words.

Conclusion : it is all a matter of desinformation or else we'd know.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

treasure tell story

In this world when you are rich you may think of life in terms of facility.
But when you are a poor, you will think of life in terms of piles of garbage.

In the poor role, young off you will notice, how much can you be tied to garbage.
Somehow a lesson must hide inside these heaps of garbage. It would be an important wisdom to uncover obviously. Our humanitarian problem itself is a heap of garbage basically. Uncovering what wastes people on rubbish would explain the mere existence of this pilance of garbage.

There is 2 facts.
1st: the individual is confronted with the refuse of the masses,
2nd : The masses confront the individual with garbage.

Strangely you end up associated with what you dislike the most. And thus, young age, one reaches understanding with the garbage. It is what is left over.

One might think this is something exclusive: "It is like that for me , but not anyone else. Not for the ones that escaped the garbage syndrome". That is not true.

Even the most tidy people basically express their opinions in garbage, and it is fed to the masses, that fear it's syndrome since they are still a baby.

Tuesday, August 7, 2007


Recently i reacted to a discussion in al jazeera that has now been closed:0

Usually i don't really look up stuf i wrote all the time, but this was so shocking i was really interested to what point it made for the otherways only symbolically related discussion, kinda in-topic as i was.
Looking it up quitte seriously: where are we now?

Discussion closed. Well,.. well put.:)

For some reason if i react to the korea discussion, feeling empathy for the beautifull woman picture, the weirdest thoughts enter my mind.

Things that i want to write , or even things i don't want to write on al jazeera,
but things that i won't write, probably even if i reply another time on that thread.

Thats why i have an insent for writing here.
how uncensoredly:)

Basically my message would be: All western countrys, all cultures in general have been beating woman for ages, what hypocracy about not hurting woman.

blah blah weak woman , here . blah blah poor woman, innocent woman there, blah blah,
hurting woman everywhere. Thats not a discussion it's a wtc of hypocracy.

If i am not mistaken woman more often function as a bomber pilot then as a fighter pilot. I'd prefer woman did their share in the ongoing violence.

Woman need to change attitude just as awkard and just as much as man, to function in this future. Woman tend to be less apt at gross generalisations, but for what they are, they are none the worse not always.

Anyhow all these beaten up, locked away, de-indivdualised woman don't have an easy time contributing to their potential. That is a good reason to let go of this batch ofcourse, but what does it really matter?

female pilots killed a million afghans? most of them probably civilians,
another million? died for other reasons. Because of hunger, lack of medical care, poverty and further anti-taliban terror. It is not even mentioned in most of the contributions,
i wonder how many koreans died when US attacked afghanistan.. there are many questions , and i have had worrying answers in weird places on some.

So lets guess .. 3? 23?

koreans are a very religious people. Apparently they still live in the mission era, as a matter of facts in PR. To always come in handy.. you know? Handy when you already have the experience how to relate with your consumers of a socalled future in a socalled freedom.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Learn not to keep your big mouth shut

How many languages would feature this expression?

I am so bored with world politics, so much bullshitting and so little progress.
It would be rather easy it seems, to set a number of humanitarian values and to stick to that. Like when a paper would not say unarmed civilians are kidnapped without mentioning real numbers of victimised civilians in afghanistan.

However not much is left to be real. My 'real world picture' is not especially what i call precise. The monetarian world moves its own ways, with what are presumably gross lies over incomes expenses and especially book keeping.

That way the mass is quitte desperate and thinks there are no options, wich reinstitutes rasism on an all but subconscious plan.

sometimes, i said it, i can be really bored, with what we are supposed to call politics.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Imaginairy world status

Actually i live in 2 worlds.
1 is the world were most people work together,
most politicians are only greedy and goodwilling,
armys protect people and do national projects,
money is only a motor and not a bait,
militairy loves technical toys,
science is a mighty instrument of imagination,
police serves to find out about anything that is yet in distray,
complete freedom of expression,
information instead of confusion,
in short...

MLK's dream, or perhaps mine.

In between that sense of the commoners i do my things.
Improve on procedures and 'law'.
Try to voice interests and find semblances between partys.

It feels natural,
the planet is strong,
the sun is helping,
animals listen up,
we are a focus of universal attention
an issue for the reels.
good for plenty second rate movies.

not necessarily boredom is our intellectual future.
(for people who still wonder how an alien would think of earth:
read doris lessing: "canopus in argos",that's latin for : the dog's-watch)
a friend of mine called it "penal-colony earth".

However i don't rili "believe in UFO's". Although i have a strong conviction for the existence of MO's (moving objects) and SO's (stationairy objects). I can't pinpoint like: a technologically and psychologically more advanced civilisation would manifest at 14526.78 au + NW14.17 or so.

I am much to busy with world peace to even seriously consider much further then solar xenobiologics. (live being a function of energy, matter and time, of everything indeed , it seems eg. the sun could well harbour some).

Actually i think that by a better planetary cooperation , not only I would have gone more on the line of exploring the solar system or space.

I have interfered with sciences a few times , and i can hardly remember what was the last time to really have to do with space. (not contemporary research but bulks of students specialisation, educational content).
Climatology is rather close fortunately, so time and again we get better resolution of the interferometric spectra.

I remember pope John saying:" God is not happy with the world, he has drawn his hands off". I vaguely remember why:
In meditation or prayer, or whatever.. thinking of me?
at one point he insisted i should take care of some problem.
I could have, but i refused plainly.

You know? This planet has turned for a billion years, and now it is like at most a century before people will know if they live or die, on a universal scale,
it is about time they see and realise their own responsability's.
I did think he was overdoing with the hands stuff anyway.

A matter of scales i suppose, i am not going to help institute systems that deprive people of options, and they tend to be easier to apply. Moral matters should be considered things of a scale of their own. A great injustice may be secondary interest when solving it maintains a greater.

And really: people matter, if people don't do it it will not work. Every measure that is not a solution contributes to the prolonged slavery of the masses under harshening circumstances already.(1)

Circumstances in the (in planetary terms very near, in "civilised" terms:) near
future can easily turn awkward for the bulk of the living, wich will ofcourse provide the ethic for even ruder transgression.

Let's not keep it at this.

I'll write on (2), no matter what .. tomorrow, today or at another time.
Have a nice day.

(1) eg. be realist about the blowing up of (red) mosques, it is certainly not pretty
and was there not threat of nucleairs, and big-scale war, in wich pakistanis would easily face millions of casualties, like irak, everything would have been different. Is there harsher? (is, but this suffices.)
2) I want to do one on social action etc. etc. but my intuitive aproach makes me fear i would be severely imcomplete, depleted even.

Friday, July 13, 2007

superficial observations.

With the many hot-items i try to cover some things keep slipping out of my consciounce and i miss chances to post them.

Most of these things are of minor importance, but the load of them, shapes my thoughts and sometimes when i wrote something i realise that it may not be all that clear for someone who does not follow any news at all, or radically different sources from me.

Well anyway: an example is "the princess" a parisean lady who lived on the streets for years, sitting on a pile of money. I am under the impression some african people even knew of her wealth, but i don't assume many white people did. She still had it after all.

Here my reasoning may be different from most peoples reasoning, but it is the reasoning of the street.

Let me tell you the story in words from the papers, newsreals:
A homeless parisean lady got evicted to a dormatory or even interment, for reasons of old age, and i would guess to give her a general "face-lift". Wash, feed, medically check, whatever.
Basically a good excuse to rid her from the street.
Or perhaps tho, she hadn't been doing well lately. News does not explicitly state so.

When she refused to dump her belongings they got into the general cleansing procedure: Spare nokia's generally getting distributed among social workers etc.

You get the picture? Noone wants to secure piles of trash for people that will probably never again have a house of their own.(definately a decent argument, do not think i am only complaining)
I just want to point out how common it is for homeless to wander about with either trash or more usefull stuf in between it.

This lady apparently collected money.
Now hear......:!
The first (ANP) newsreel i read, said the counting of coins took several people 2 days, mounted to 20000 euros and the paper money counting was still to begin..
and the total was estimated to be 40k or more.

Well i have done some work in bars, and a usual person can easily count 1000 euro in small coin an hour, actually way more i think, if they use a decent system.
(the most usual system is to make piles of whole euros of same coins, pile them into 10's and just turve the nr of 10 piles u collect into 100 piles. and leave it at that for the final check.

So it is not hard. However, these people started with the coins.
Thats unique, i never heard of people starting with coins to count a big sum of money. (Why didn't they just bring it to a bank? and say they wanted to watch for rare coins?).

So ANP went on to tell another 20000 in paper money was expected.
Counting 20000 euro in paper money doesn't take an hour.
IF they really counted the coins first it must have been because there were a similar number of notes. So i see at least two opportunitys for grosse theft in these ANP storys.

I was puzzled, how do they get away with such ridiculous story's?

Now, today, i read another instance of the issue in wich a policeman states that the paper money only mounted to at least 40000 at first.(note *first*)
Not coincedentually the 2 informations confirm in only 1 thing, a total number,
of a random something put at about 40000. .. So the rest gets stolen.

I wonder when the newsoutlets and authoritys find the courage to tell how much exactly they managed to abstract from this old lady.
They must be assuming that most people that understand what is going on, have enough money to think it is a good laugh to rip the disabled.

And in that way a funny item only gets used for the creation of a rotten atmosphere.

Means bussiness..

Likewise in politics, i publish, but i don't have an overview of what goes where, what gets where, and what is kept somewhere out of view. Straight out censory is an
item (mangling with my plaintexts eg.), and it's structural, i must assume it is also applied in eg. my private emails.

Half of my ideas get corrupted before they start to work, and so have been published only to contribute to the pre-existing criminal trend. But i can't help that.

People themselves are to check what is done with my stuf and intends.
I can feel when half of pakistan is unhappy, but i have no clue to the individual cases, and worse, the possible injustice resulting or behind it.

Likewise i have no insight into the exact measure in what a specific government or another is corrupt(1). That should also be registered better, it is quite a sufficient indication for who will and who won't contribute to development of a nation.

Sighs.. do you you already see the implications of that?

It means that in 90% percent of the cases i have no means to judge if something should be considered development and profit, or theft and loss.
I find that a very unworkable situation and advise people for their own sake to work at it. Among other things because even european governments (that i consider among the more advanced systems) suffer from this.

Something may seem a housing project, but be a huge land-fraud for starters.. etc.
who gets the money for the land?, whom did it belong?, how are the contractys distributed among possible candidates?, its details, but together they define if something good is happening or something evil.

And it is just a very simple example.
That besides the list is near endless.

Well ofcourse i have a solution to that, like i tend to have a solution to all
things that needlesly smokescreen situations.
My suggestion was to start mondially standardised digital accountancy registration.

Very soon even a fraud of 100k would proof impossible through mere statistics.
It is actually 100 percent suspect this has not yet happened.

Only the upper class profits (and largely) from that.
Also without international accounting development is essentially not possible.
(developing nations only creating collaborating classes of corrupt elitarists instead of development)

No matter if it concerns housing in europe or internet in africa.
Or anything else.

Apparently the capitalists are worried by this idea (it's their significant reaction on every constructive aproach ofcourse, capitalism being destructive for social justice), Because they simple reason: without a difference in price theirs is no profit. Now i ask you how wonderfully productive would that be?
(answer is: 0% added value, multiplied costs, but destructive it would indeed remain)

Therefore the answer is in accounting and bookkeeping. If a profit-overhead in cases proofs necessarily it can be set at a fixed productive ratio.
I don't think it is needed myself: Everyone should have an income, salary , wich should be internationally acccounted for, as long as that is not the matter the system is intrinsically corrupt. And the actual status of the problem ( is corruption through desorganisation covered by a destructive system and hidden accounting.

The same lack of insightfull and open international accountancy had created a perfect situation for the cliques to continue their elitarist thoughts,
we have not moved up much since animal farm.

vive la revolution

(1) repression basically a capitalist feature of corruption (it's cheaper then happiness).

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

the uncommited suicide

Is one a martyr for being sentenced to 40 years of prison.. it seems so.
For my readers in the far future, today a mosque had been violently evicted, called: "the red mosque's" of all names. Since red is about the only word that worldwidely refers to social politics, a shocking affair indeed.

Wavering through the sub-lated rejects, i struck upon Ramzi Mohammed again.
I must say i have his name seen noticed before, and a picture of his and his best friend among the couple. Actually looking quite much as if they had just been interred after a narrow escape from some warscape, and deeply frustrated over the distrustfull nature of yurpkind respectively.

Relating the so much mentioned name to the bombings that really happened in london however, i thought the guys were dead.
Succesfull suicides so to say, and obviously deeply rooted in the ghosts worlds.

That Ramzi is a splendid thinker.. thanks, i apreciate usefull strategic thought.
I am fascinated. oh sorry i forgot to mention he is actually alive and apparently sentenced for being able to light a campfire in a suicide bomb, something different perhaps (although recently it showed he is by far not the only one in lighting campfires in suicide bombs).

I have doubts at large about the the real contexts of terror attacks,
i suppose that all varietys of involvement are well imaginable, since most explainable options remain obscure, and that does not very much neccesarily extend to
only western examples. Can't say i have not been inventive in trying to figure out de-escalating models of violence myself.

That is why it is so much in the open and with me i suppose.

What the red mosque concerned; I generally base my political opinions on civil libertys. A nation can then only have one singular authority for extraction of justice. Any other model fails, and federalist structures again and again proof that this specific tool ,the tool of justice , is generally helped by overview on the scale of internationally applied authority. And that there is procedural functionality and applicable benefit in coordination.

That every country benefits when a singularised militairy dictator leaves is another thing to keep in mind. In the de-escalating model, i fear the militairy, and then largely me, because the militairy is far more workable then private security,
sees no exact replacement for musharraf, plus he is quitte good for his job as president.

provided he remains on speaking terms internationally as well, wich definetly includes attention (or the fake of that) to human rights, and nationally, mostly by showing a constraint in violence ofcourse .

In the situations that have started through the war in afghanistan as well as showing the militairy he is respecting the value of human life. In the first place of pakistanis, M. does have a strong position now. For emancipating pakistan from the colonialist past and contribute what he can to a new and post imperialist era.

There is so much that matters, it is really so that to remain to the integrity of Islam; pakistan is a strongpoint. To remain strong, why would a good strategist want to be profiled as a weak or halfwit ruler. The only thing we really need is his integrity.

No capable governor of a country would let people without the opportunity to experiment and try, the story is they had some, and no legal ruler can allow his country to be ruled by sharia laws, since that is not internationally and presumably then ethically acceptable.
Musharraf being hardly a legal ruler as a militairy 'dictator'(4) btw.

Any emancipation of pakistani people will come through their ability to work with their selfdefinition of human rights. Since that is the universal standard to progress it must be the direction of our emancipation.(It is also the direction of our army's, any.)

You can work on the quality of human rights, perceivably improving them, so, positively adding recognised rights or aspects, but you can't work without or around them. In that we respect a slight room for experimentation as well, ofcourse, and it all to often gets abused i would say.

So it's of the table.
Are sharia acording to human rights? if yes, there is no need for controversy , Because the law covers and politics will be willing to cover the subject.
If no. It cannot be. Not sharia even or any martial law, if it is "not according to human rights".
(ofcourse i can see perceivable benefits of the sharia systems as well)

Find only sharia that is according to human rights (dignity etc. apparently still included) , and there will hardly be a problem, anyhow the concept or case will be known in legislation and certainly in international jurisprudence.

This means one can start an unlimited nr. of buro's to bring such an issue to representation in any politics, and perhaps more importantly to perfectly research and integrate that on the international level, as long as you adhere to these principles of human rights.

That is everywhere, Netherlands also knows her dogmatists that refuse this and don't do that.
Sometimes we let them, but if it gets dangerous, they have no justicial means very much, to get more out of it , then adaptive measures or a more patient then general treatment.

As long as the issue remains controversial (usually on the hobby-chicken flue level)
smaller quantitys of the issue tend to remain unsolved too, basically because there is really not much need to worry.

Painfully i must admit i am rather much at the base of a shitload of the current human rights concepts and whatever else in de-escalating models profile,
up to these wusname? These thingy's with the extra motor and the decent MG in the nose. Quitte a few rockets went on and i think the bomb layout is even slightly
nostalgic. I'm still embarrased over the slow speed but apparently it works, and it's 25 years old, so what should i think?(warthog)

These were largely designed to use against armour concentrations, and motorised armys
anyhow, but the guns were a succes. It also worked against planes and incoming missiles. It's quitte much a basic layout to incoming militairy dangers of that time,
it carries rockets originally mostly to counter the then abundant missile systems.

I evolved a habit of not mentioning any possible improvements for militairy gear aloud, i tend to immediatly forget them, but i bet they have quitte a huge stock of anti-armour bombs for the thing by now.
Eg. like twice what u need to whipe out any mechanised part of an army in the world.

Anyhow. I don't know what is up to that, although these bombs are useless.

Otoh. the apache i didn't like it, although it featured the same gun.

Helicopters facilitate shooting on infantry (or civilians), or maybe only that i had had helicopters hoovering over me by then, it is very intimidating. For me it is easy to realise what chance a human stands against an apache helicopter(3), there is so abouts 0% chance to even accidentally survive if it happens to aim for personel.

Such is my most particular kind of reason's to confront the attack on the mosque this way. Doing much about it, is 30-40 years late.

That's why i often consider writing science fiction storys.
Lift the imagination to another more practical level of applicated science.

Although now again my mind spins over improving the firerate of machinegunned devices. Accuracy is mostly a composite of the material in the util, it's efficiency is in updating the machinery concepts. The rest is only data. Some servomotor stuf.

I consider these goalkeeperlike concepts really succesfull since they stand a decent chance against air to surface missiles (never heard it failed) , and thus also are able to shoot down every other missiles within efficient reach of a similar weaponplatform. Unfortunately that is so encouraging i have a hard time not improving on the concept.

actually i wonder if similar things that would effectively range 15 miles exist yet, not to bad... although it is not really easy to target into the stratosphere.
I wonder if they know how to make barrels for that though. spose 7 miles would be barrel-limit now.

nah, guns, are not nice stuf.

Musharraf, being a militairy person, probably knows even better how utterly futile militairy resistance against the courses of this planet remains.

He doesn't seem to have very agressive intentions. Although the general show of arms is quitte solid, and then moreless defensively, the material is somewhat obsolete even in 1995(its over 30-35 years design) for european standards. Well right is he, in any case armour would be a sitting duck.
Armour are considered viable targets, viable victims. (for warthogs and other gear(1))

That besides, like i said before, Pakistan's is the only attitude that guarantees the arab world their own atomic bomb. Showing not to lack any dignity to cope with that internationally unfortunate situation. And still hold your head high.
Pakistan may feel the most embarrased nation on the planet, but it shows they have been holding their heads up, in strange ways.

Anyhow to know the arab world has an atomic bomb if needed and won't use it with egoist or greedy intend is the better guarantee for safety i see in that.

I have been watching tv rather deliberately yesterday, and i must say the atmosphere is weary to say the least.

I think it is relevant to see how very deeply pakistani this affair is, and partly has become, there is absolutely no relevance to lay any links to the international situation.
Ofcourse everything is interrelated, but this has really little to do with international threats, and very much with pakistan coping with a harsh and unasked for situation. In wich many sides face blame but from the international perspective only the future can bring a great relief, while it is not very hard to make things worse.

I don't know how correct my insight into that situation is, i must say it is nice to have been inspired by looking at the living faces of muktar and ramzi.
I think i honour ghazi as much as i can without loosing my own, in that.

(pause in the writing cus i slept)

And that is a fearsome thought. Ah the newest outlet confirms these guys had been making duds.I beg your pardon, but things that don't explode make me thinking.
mh, using h2o2 and flour, must be an internet receipt.
Didn't know 'al quade' inspired "and controlled" actions needed these.

Anyhow the whole name al quaida is thoroughly subjective, it is very hard to imagine
that a "radical" muslim group called al quada would have much to do with burkas
for example. It could be local resistance or post-modernists judging from the word.
a fundamentalist moslim group calling herself al quada is in the light of asimovs books about "the foundation" hardly plausible. But that is me. I also manage to "misunderstand" taliban for populace.

gl for now. i'll write again soon. I have an evergrowing list of subjects as long as i keep paying attention to what happens. Sorry if i am chaotically.

I'm still staring at the draft and a revision of the procedure is announces, what to think of that? I love this planet.

(1)Went like: yes, it needs double controls, yes, it needs mechanical controls, yes, it needs that armour, yes i want it to have 2 motors, it should have a small silhouet, etc.
The plane also basicly implements sovjet material structural strength together with advanced armour technology that was more western and thoroughly protects the pilot. (I was quite impressed how they did that one, i had never expected it to turn up in 1 piece, the thing is anyhow a miracle, since it is capable to cope with a build up of armour even the sovjet union could not achieve it basically beats evrything else by miles..) I must assume some slip of my tongues resulted in the firecontrol oriented 4 wheeled (i surprised) firing platforms(2) as well, but they are hardly as succesfull since the applications for deadly quick artillery are rare in de-escalating models.
They are also small benefit against thinly spread infanteristish forces in heavily accented terrain (like afghanistan resistance areas must be).
However if someone would decide to set up an attacking or defending army column they may still be usefull.

(2) Mh, must be why NL wants to dump these howitzers perhaps. These vehicles have a similar range , and you might mount them inside compounds.
Personally i think for sustained fire from fixed or defensive positions motorised howitsers are cheaper and more effective as long as you have aircontrol, but we would not need quite as many. The new thing (another one of the weaponplatform model)
would also take care of some airdefence, and howitsers would be a sitting duck, ofcourse.

(3) not much more then a 7 person warthog under rotors. With armour very much geared to operational crew, wich is elegant. But i haven't been paying much attention.
I would still think it is possible to gain a tactical advantage through exploiting the assymetrical layout, or basically involve it with more (2 times eg) guided missiles then it numerically carries. Provided a 50% succes rate on such singled out apaches (..) , it would easily pay after an attack or 2.

Still you loose 20-50 firecrews. Although beating a group of them would coordinately promise somewhat better odds. you would have to attack them in a lineair aproach formation though, i assume they go with 3 only when it gets serious,
dunno quite what to do about 3 in a triangle with say only 70 missile launchers, unless they are the very most advanced wich would up the chance of a hit from at most like 5% to perhaps 10-30%, (i can think of cheap systems that would score better in single assaults though, i must assume the western missiles recognise the apache, a rather easy feat..)

(4) I think it is very, very, hard to define who actually is or is not a dictator(i) so i maintain a theoretical concept of the concept, in wich roulation of legislative functions prevents the existence.
(i) I do actually consider every prolonged individualised presidency, dictatorship,
4-5 years(ii) and done. If your country cannot live up to that ceremony something is wrong, from wich follows the state is to authorical to be completely healthy.
(ii) I also like 1-term presidents way more usually. Most people serve best in their last period. Ban ki moon is brave there by trying to serve early.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

more blogosphere, some media

Using the next blog button.

The past 3 days i have been trying out the blog world behind the next button.
Not much good eh?

Basicly i decided that blogspot and authoritys could not allow to much porn to keep popping up, and that the resource for political propaganda (and often insult to some extend) would be more limited then the nr. of real personal blogs.

Mechanism of mere distraction, (femalised blogs, blogs with the happy baby, religious
load, IT advertisement, get-rich-scheme based rubbish, and a huge generally commercial trend) are not hard to aprehend.

Its tough going though. I think the pool is very censored. That is not in the least proven by the regular occuring hate-islam very "actuality" based blog, u see passing by.

However , there is a limit to the nr of blogs censors can create while still censoring the ones others make, and therefore now and then you find a really (probably) personal blog. Ofcourse! there must be millions.

I have some general observations on all of these beautifull, relaxing, funny, openminded, hopefull blogs.

1> To many have to much lay-out to stay attractive. every element of layout distracts the attention of the fact something might be said on the blog.

example of that are eg. filmclip links. (although they can be weird, nice or funny)
A few (one or two), is actually okay. That makes the attention go towards the item.
and if its rewarding, my impression of the blog only rises.

So every thing has its exception and these are general remarks.

I dislike text that is not black on white, or something clear on white, light yellow, whatever , very light. All the blogs that feature dark backgrounds for text are unreadable. I hardly ever immediatly catch a subtitle for something on such a blog.
As i am blogging to read, or otherways collect, information and perhaps impressions
i definetly want! to get a quick impression and understanding of a blog and its themes, so that it does not work well with text on black is empiric.
Hardrock blogs also suffer from this effect badly.(rather a waste of art that:()

A pure picturesque or photographical blog is somewhat of an exception , but it is a bit out of the focus of my current research on content.

Standard headers that pretend "creativity".
The most boring thing you can have. Really decent scientific blogs can get utterly ravaged by a standard blog layout.
Advise: keep it simple, or make something up yourself and keep that small!
introduce people to your art and creativity widely only later .

Art oriented blogs do, like most art, benefit when they achieve a thematic impression. similarly book reviews etc., are only appaling when they come in long lists.

Banners and adds. Almost each of these suffices to destroy your blog.
An exception are strongly organised thematical blogs. Usually political and actuality related. Such blogs tend to be archives of their own and some related banners and links don't need to misfit in the lay out of the page.

For the rest banners may be used like photos or filmlets, only a few , here and there in the blog in a thematical context is quitte workable, although it will not perform much advertising. In general i think people should limit banners to a very few. If the first page of a blog is full of adds, chances are i dont look on.

The first page effect.
Blogs are finely tuned to actuality in many ways.
The first page, the first few articles, define if the interesse will and can be caught. The unworkable thing would be to always have an excellent article on top.

Strong archival type blogs sometimes manage to maintain such strong standards,
An easier aproach is when a blog links to blogs and articles mostly. As a function.
Such is hardly work for an individual, as the relevance of such blogs is related to actuality.

The above is not even about the content of the blog, it is only about its accesibility. After one has made an accessible blog one can start adding content with some hopes of catching the attention.

For that i think i have a few tips to.
Don't get carried away.(I bet i am to blame badly myself but anyhow).
Some things can be exciting for other people because they are yours, and some can't.
Things that easily enchant your public tend to be things they understand intuitively,
things they recognise, you can only enchant another person with an idea by respecting that.

It means you have to aproach a subject sometimes, or remain consistent in aspects.
You cannot easily enchant people with an idea by merely stressing the point.
Either we understand, and then you are overdoing, or we don't , and then you should try to explain it in another way.

Literally in a populist construct (provided positive intends) , the transplant of the new idea, the enlightening of your world, stemms only from a bases were the values are defaulted. When there is the need to weigh old values, the idea doesn't anymore proof.

It is not only when you want to implement a new phylosophical concept or political idea. When you just want to tell other people how you think or what you feel,
it still helps a lot to also radiate some neutrality, show that you are aware at least that also your position has limitations.

Not take all of yourself for granted.

It depends what and who you are writing for, but my premise is we all are writing for all of us for all history.

All of the above are individual assumptions on possible improvements of blogs.
On with general improvements of the blogosphere.

I want a categoristaion fo blogs, not a pretentious feed listing, but an objective,
i'd even prefer to be outrightly discriminated for my themes then to accord or conform to any pretention of a feed, or any other exclusive mechanism.

So neutral and objective classification of blogs.
It should be kept simple.
For example 5 main categorys.
It should also be effective.

Listing and unlisting of one of the 5 categorys should both exclude what the user wants excluded and include anything the user might forget to include.
A real random browse function would be very usefull.
A better statistical tool then real random personal impressions hardly exists, but the tool need to be near perfect to correlate to function.

I think there could be a separate categorisation possible, based on voting systems.
The problem with that is people tend to stick names on things, places and people.

A sheer content based categorisation would prevent that. I would also apreciate a system in wich a few symbols would be added to every blog.
I cannot exactly see a right shape for it, perhaps a votometric construct, but something taht would tell you in a glimpse wether something is controversial,
commercial, policied, etc. I suppose that is somewhat utopic, but also i think it is a somewhat usefull item in pressfreedom and freedom of expression.

One problem for such a system would be the huge international biases, since we will partly be dependend of technique not evrywhere available in working at these issues.

Another problem is the individual may not want to be identified in symbols.
This however is psychologically aprehendable and with research involving all partys
acceptable status may be achieved.

The symbols or labels should themselves be a link of neutral character.
It should not be made that every idea gets bombarded with anti-propaganda, but yet that it gets revealed in it's contexts, pro, contra and as actuality and assemblance of facts).

General media.

To a certain extend above also is very utopic, especially the assesment of facts does already suffer from degenerate resources.
For reason that certain facts have to high alarm value on populaces. In an objective assesment and focussing on problem solving, public opinion will function most actively in an abundance of information, on the longer term we may cause great damage and harm by not living with the facts now.

in practice you can only remove the causes for violence by acknowledging them.
often in shame.

Strangely the islam is quite right in saying media can put people on the wrong way.
Since commerce uses your vulnerabilitys the focus is soon shifted towards contrast.
More often then not it is your limit or norm that gets trashed.
So it is very hard to show respect , for media in a commercial situation.
The net effect untill now is of highly doubtfull quality.
Not strange, the general trashing of one limit (heh, an artistic one in my perception) invites the stampede of yet another while people still long for the entertainment.

Only a radically different aproach of these media-matters would facilitate positive changes in the lives of very many people. Plainly make them more happy in fact.

browsing some blogs:) next hint: don't use meaningless lables.
oh well , again one of these that makes you close all tabs...
sigh, you get punished for freedom of expression, didn't i tell you?

Monday, July 2, 2007

Missing Wayne Madsons Report

Apparently superdudes bush and putin's dinner methods have revolted puritan veteran america so much acute censoring took place, I'd be obliged for any information.

I am more in the mood for a light hearted story about the blogosphere, much like what i yesterday(sortta i spose) wanted to write and didn't.

About the precise information missing above i can do a good guess, it must have something to do with the yearly CIA meeting on the subject "is USA hated enuf to start ww3".

Anyhow we yurpeans don't come of well in the analyses, we misunderstand the usian noble intention for plain robbery and murder, and although we have been lieing about wether we like usian people, it clearly shows we misunderstand everything happening around the globe. Including in the states, were a relative huge population is utterly happy to be so settled.

Ivory coast and the maldives do better in the comparison, some statistics leave out certain countrys, apparently the dutch are such a desolate culture they could not be asked for an opinion over usian foreign policy.
However as long as the maldives agree justly and rightly with the whole concept of usian politics evrything must be ok.

I actually suspect a full 100% of the dutch actually disagreed with that US is ok in foreign policy concept because it uses such great words . And that it is the reason we don't count. Or perhaps we got left out because living our humble life in our hobbitland we actually don't even like the usian public.

I think that could be true. The dutch are the only ones sufficiently naive to admit to not liking the usian public. Very silly of us, i' ll show we are wrong.

We do like usian people, only we like their manners less, less then say , almost anyone else. Although maybe some cultures actually sometimes behave more silly.

Strange that eh? We don't like their manners, and we don't trust their doings.
Fortunately we are the only people in the world so stupid to admit that.
Probably because our manners are nearly as bad as theirs.

We have quit a few bad manners they might learn of perhaps. So i don't understand why Cia wants to underline this animosity.

Anyhow tomorrows problem tomorrows care, this is the story about the live of your children, perhaps they won't blame you if you fail to notice.

Other options i think are plausible.. WM uncovered the new london bombings beforehand, WM knows who delivered the plans to the brilliant arabs, or even he uncovered involvment of the famous asian weapon smuggle bussiness in the recent attacks.
The latter i think is not the case, but you don't ever know with nowadays security corporations.

Lastly perhaps he was in ibiza fotographing US service personal working for the spanish. But i fear it is mainly the fly in bush's lobstersoup,
or perhaps it was the carrots.


I think i write some more later.

ah ok.. mh, I found something, apparently he went commercial? I think it is still a bit strange, who would want to limit his views like that. He obviously wants to make a living through journalism and his blog, apparenltly enough usians are so rich they can pay to read a blog that trys to cover peaceactions:S This world is full off surprises.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

blogosphere (iraks distracts)

I have discovered a new feature on the internet : the blogosphere.

Blogs used to be for me what my blog is, lowtech(hardly use html), (semi-)personal, basically directed at information.

As such i have had great advantage of blogs in my "researches".
A vivid and representative political blog is very easily identified.

How to find out remote peoples opinions through blogs:

There are about 3 factors, (my blog is neither vivid nor representative, since it is mostly a radical personal outlet, and not something collective.)
that identifie an "important" or "significant" blog, for a political situation.

1st. the topic should be diverse.. generally when the genre of the posting is the old cow type, (10 years ago so and so blew up X, for the communist Y, when in fact not much is clear about that, such blogs are prejudiced.

They can be relevant as a ending point in researching one specific idea, or party, but they are not much use for informing on the actual situation.

2nd. Commenting should be unmoderated. Blogs (not commercial newsoutlets etc.) that moderate every comment can be ok, but they will mostly represent a party.
On such blogs you usually find a somewhat limited nr of opinions, of slightly more then rewarded animosity. Typically against the same targets, and when the blog is chiefly directed at westerners not necessarily the same targets over time.

3rd. The blogger must provide some handheld or debatable input of their own.
Without that there is not an actualist and evolving discussion often.

Ofcourse blogs that forfill these 3 prerequisites tend to get into the eye, firstly of the blogosphere perhaps, but not uncommonly only from the infosphere.
The general linkage through inet.

As a result of that blogs have an uncommon element of censoring and influentiation of their own. Superficially it shapes into 2 forms.
Selfcensoring: where the maker of the blog censors certain opinions or aproaches things onesidedly (as long as the comments are not masked it does not matter, it is only a statistical negative implication for its relevance. It will seem to represent an opinion that is in fact less general then it looks on the blog.

Contributional censoring. Certain contributors will be strongly in denial,
usually decibelling loudly over obstrusive subjects of spelling and "official" reports. They tend to hold untenable opinions over the local situation and they end up chatting among another.

Certain nations (US, Israel) have a great number of people using this aproach,
a good third??? not easy. Hongkong or so? Probably a european country, at least on the national fora this trend is available in the netherlands. It is not as common or pronounced.
Such people may or may not pose as other people. Lebanese blogs eg. are a bit dilluted by this phenomenon. They may for example pose as radical elements of something. Or as plain dumb stubborn supporters of the other cause.
They may also pretend to be a neutral third party, or just a random element of the (western) public. Sometimes such people say they have lost familymembers in wtc, afghan and whereever else pitty might silence us. That is more chattish then bloggish, however it is in the taste.(perhaps it is the same as the Shoa collective 'fears'.)

My favourite example for this development is "healing Irak"
an integer (albeit rather conformative) blog. One where 1? time i got censored.
Still i don't think it was that smart, but at least i was convinced the blog, may have thought my post was to "hot", i think it was not, wich then proved the next day, but it does not matter that much. Only i post not there anymore when it is important.

In the healing irak blog, the very direct emphasis of the writer on the iraki and baghdad situation helps the public to stay awake. To realise what untenable situation irak is in. In terms of blogs irak is the one most organised example i know. It plays a role that the situation rewards study perhaps, still iraki slogger is also an unequalled source.

However some years ago the iraki blogosphere got under the attention of the Usian and to a lesser extend GB-european scrutiny. Several bloggers skyrocketed into fame,
and several blogs got checked with surprising regularity by surprising numbers.
It must have changed everything, when i entered the iraki blogosphere 2 years ago,
the atmosphere was scary. Several bloggers where disappearing, had disappeared, or otherways gave up hope? anyway a lot of bad news there, all major blogs had their
wurms and moles, blogs get spamned by endless contributions of us housewives with fort Hope opinions. etc. etc.

All the major blogs had been usurped by the secret services. They preserved only a dormant neutrality. It could be dangerous for others to post, and I was not sure about wich party would actually react more violently in most any case.
(i'm rarely very into cases when i reply for that reason, it gets rather hard to say everyone is okay and you ahouldn't blame the antagonists, when you have to be precise over a certain bloodbath eg.)

So i found 'healing irak's precautions superfluous, as i was already very cautious.
Anyhow. I don't blame him, it was obviously a point of discussion and i do trust the person of healing irak to have a decent sense of "irakiness".
That besides he is hardly pretending to be impartial. He is obviously on the hand of security and against militia in any shape, but it doesnt much help him to define his position i think. He tends to be against sadr's movement a little on the propagandistic side though. That is btw. a rather common emotion in irak. Real neutral opinions are hard to find.

People in irak are forced into having an opinion, also on something that would otherways be marginal or even merely institutional like a mahdist movement. That exagerated through the Usian stress on diversity of the shia south,(for probably mostly militairy reasons for starters) turned into a huge factor.(GB did her thing but only in the big scheme).

Sadr has not been playing the game badly. He has not been a major factor of escalation(afaik), Except the apparent availability of his troops. He stuck to the social aspect of his movement, and he has been voicing a few usefull opinions.
Not in the least pointing out that a mahdist movement has the greater interest in getting foreigners out.
Overall i think he has tried to treat the situation fairly under a rather great bias.

(not that he would admit the exact content of his foreign relations if any)
Nevertheless he scares us to death.

The nature of the situation , with every piece of baghdad divided into bits, shortages, ethnically based outrage, mediocre contact, and administration as a result.Seperative feelings of every involved group, and the idea to be thrown in the arena of the world powers, before the lions. That is an idea that is close to the exact definition of mahdism. For someone just sympathising with sadr indeed their own militia are selfdefence.

I cannot judge the exact proportions of violence, do the sadr more damage then the regular shia? It didn't start like that what i know. Personally my guess is the tables are not weighing heavy on sadr. He has been showing some constraint, and such an attitude is not always fake.

Also the non militia mahdist are the really dangerous one. They have the prototype for suicide attack, since they are motivated through 'injustice out of control',
the struggle of an individual against a repressive context, through years, severe circumstances and also generations, typically. A mahdist does not expect to live through the fight because they well know all the firepower is on the other side.
It's only : do something and die, instead of , just die.

No wonder we are scared to death. And they have death squads of their own, though honestly i think the coalition forces routed out the worst ones by now.

Irakis are really scared for sadr now... he has got everything the other politicians have not. Anyhow one good thing is there is a consensus that Sadr can't be president..

i'm wondering why exactly exactly, for 2 days now, and i have some thoughts
Thirstly the concept of secularism is known in irak, but it is not really the point.
Many religious types may have been in politics in irak, and many partys have a religious base.

The point is exactly also why iran cannot come to an arrangement with him, although the perspective , be it anarchist or iraki, is completely different.

Sadr might play a role in iraki politics when the situation gets stabilised. Only...
How should that situation look for Sadr to play the right role, noone knows.
Not even Sadr.

Saddams last words were, don't take sadr..
Maybe even himself he doesn't want to be president.

Sadr is the kind of person with the kind of movement that at the right moment should say... No we represent the people, this natures reserve must stay!

He doesn't need to be a president to manage most affairs where his influence is usefull. Sadr is slightly less dangerous then politics, and we 'd like to keep it that way.

Ofcourse in certain areas (the nature reserve eg.) these arguments hardly count,
however that is the discussion about splitting up irak.

How do i think of splitting up irak?
Actually i think it would not hurt, it was never needed, but now it is made to be that way, it won't hurt. It would be nice when the sunni have quiet in middle irak,
the shia in the south and the israelis in jerusalem (since what will they do about baghdad then). The precedent of sharing remaining oil wealth, or preferably that of regaining control of the resources, can be as unifying for this world as anything.

The only problem i have with it is the confirming of the prejudice, that a united irak would not be possible because of "muslim barbarism".

Me nor Sadr perceives recent iraki times that way, wich is why Sadr is so heavily under fire from the western media. That he is also under fire of the more moderate forces in the chorus is because of the fear.

We fear the moment he gets the idea to indeed seperate, to start fighting the government before the occupation in revenge of attacks and deaths.
When the mahdi army as a whole would start behaving as the regular deathsquads in irak do, all hell would break loose. Sadr would never accept that though.
I ( an anarchist) oppose that to, social chaos and anarchy are completely different things.

Not surprisingly this translates into a defensive strategical option. Sadr's interests are basicly Iraki, so he needs to clear some ground to hide.
Still it actually happens naturally as a result of people securing their own safety.

I mentioned before, i think i am in no position to have an overview of proportions, although i think i might do ok at scales.

I can not judge wether the US army, the US allied Irak army, The us allied Irak police, The irak police, The government militias, The non us allied irak army, the non us allied irak police, what that matter even the kurdish security corps, or any other security corps preventing loss of job, any splinter or opponent of the aforementioned, eg. The government allied shia police pro-militia deathsquads mahdi engagement group with the peshmerga link , or perhaps the nongovernment allied army anti police pro-militia and mahdi engagement anticoalition group with a direct mossad contact, is responsible for the most violence(neither of the 2 last i thought). In short.....

who did it?

A picture like this makes you wonder if anyone is really in a position to care.

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