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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

600000 bullets a day

I rili don't feel like doing this, but here goes some more critics on UN.

What we actually see on play in media and politics these months is something that should stop. Obviously people still have great hopes for a better future of their society's . When kenya happened, and to our not small surprise usia ceded short before actual recidivist genocide, the obvious situation that the palestineans will
be repressed into some support, and last and foremost Obama.

The nepalese elections having delivered a maoist majority is no small surprise in times of electional fraude, that butan abolishes monarchy is always a promise, people are writing constitutions evrywhere, and another 4 million ppl nation, paraquai will enjoy some more freedom and justice. What i think is these are small cookies.

anyway it should not be enough to give up hope, but what stands against it.
Against it stands the usian elections, that as always are turned in a parade of bias and fears. The obvious situation that perhaps not even obama can get the neocons out of irak, the huge problem with foodshortages, and the enduring pressure from the west on africa.

Situations have become rather obsessed. there is a small minority shouting tibet should go above evrything, hardly needed because it would be above evrything anyhow,
the media represent it extremely well. It's obviously as well planned as the games in peking are. Now the tibetans are just having bad luck. they are a usefull pawn
in the hands of the antichinese, happening to be the same that want to stay in irak.

as such they have become a ridicule of international relations, wich is not quite the greatest service their sponsors offered. Then again.. generally spoken you would sympathise with the tibetans, wich could be a reason to voice discontent, i do wonder wat wud happen if usia hosted these games, i fear i would well be willing to disturb their ridiculous flame run. Since china already grants the tibetan province cultural autonomy, asking more would be encrouching on their territorial integrity.

I must say the reports i hear about chinas behaviour in tibet are shocking to my norms, well aware that i am that shocking things like these happen in many places of the world certainly also under usian (and nato, even un) flag.

So its a very hypocrit story to preach independance for tibet, when actually the chinese society as a whole is modernising and the attention at the olympic games could also be a more sincere attempt to promote human rights in general.
I guess that is not on the agenda, becus they are not so sure they want to be pointed at human rights all the next olympics.

Then there is the mugabe affair.
Very long brittain has resisted to let go of zimbabwe before independance. it resulted in one more bloody conflict, that was complicated through SA interference,
special quads of other nations operating, english, fighting, massive human rights infringements (mostly by the whites) and a radiation of civil warlike armed conflicts in the area. Allthough that was ofcourse regionally mutual, in all these cases SA and western foreign policy played a role.

at one point the situation in zim could not anymore be held, and as one of the last it decolonised. Immediatly ridiculous claims were brought by whites who thought they still owned the land and positions they stole. Not only that, sanctions and boykots were brought into effect, and have been there ever since.
Now there is MDC and morgan tsvangirai. He is quite an amable guy himself, however he is representing the obvious surrender option. He is regarded as someone who has close ties to the english, every diplomatic move SA or angola makes shows they are under great international pressure themselves. That means : africa is not decolonised yet, strangely indeed SA better economy hardly helps the poor, and so its hard to sympathise with the opponents of mugabe. It wudnt introduce normal relations with the western world, but assymetrical ones.

Now in the media robert mugabe is depicted as a brute, a hideous dictator and perpetrator of every evil deed and even genocidal actions. His better sides kept in the shadow as ever since independance. The zim people are actually not that excited as we are all made to think. Chances are all this anti mugabe diplomatics are basically spilled on the zim populace and actually more will vote for mugabe.

That besides the camp remains very split, about half of the ppl supporting mugabe, the rest vying for morgan or any iniative. Normalisation of the relations with zimbabwe could also now be done, without morgan tsvangirai. It is very doubtfull if this priority with presidents is so usefull anyhow, considering that a democracy is supposed to be ruled by its parliament.

actually the west says: we want our own dictator there. that is a big risk to take.
Zimbabwe will never be all slave and downtrodden attitude again, and a great change in national politics not rarely escalates into violence.
iotw, if morgan wins he has to take some care in not destroying to much of the existing structures fast or the result will imediatly be a repressive situation.

So thats a dirty case. Tibet is a dirty case, zimbabwe is one, now what is next on the war and hate agenda of the western media....
Ill tell you. it is georgia. The nato has now deployed the un against georgia.
i think its a dirty soup they are steering in, at a dirty time in history.

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Through lies and fraud this one is managed to rob 1000000s of the fruits of their work and their voice