Saying things forgot about....

Monday, August 22, 2011

succesfull slaughter of the arrogant air

after all the firing at and from the clouds finally it is done. libya is getting back to peace-bussiness as usual. eu and usia anounced they will 'help the rebels implement reforms over the coming months and years'.

wow, thats great news if you just lost a sun or father for lybias freedom.
in some years the nato will still promise freedom.. i would be.. well let me not tell you what i would be,

i hate people to go around with guns, be they the uniformed brutes that follow upon any order to incarcerate black people, like in usia, or camerons, or be they the libyans that perforate the skies for no obvious reason. wow its peace, let me fire a gun, makes sense? not to me.

that is only impressions, perhaps it doesnt matter, i heard story's about how (only) after ww2 the dutch got hold on plenty weapons, they emptied on, basically anything in sight that wasnt moving. nude women, shaved women or even just the other side of the river.

people are like that, in the absence of resistance they turn into great hero's.
reminds me of drones and gaza btw.

but i should be happy and thankfull, the bloodlet is over, one of these in denial of legitimate governance left the theatre, libyans will finally have the possibility to listen to vague promises of change for years to come, as predicted by eu, usia and nato statements.. wow...

will libya change for the better? i dont know, really don't, it should i think, but i am not very optimist, the nato axis is doing it very utmost to run far behind the facts " gadaffi should step down" once over according to plenty of the fatnecks, today still. and the promise of years of promises has been made.

gadaffi is still at large, personally i hope it stays like that, not that i think his last few speeches were so great, but i also don't think they have been correctly translated or quoted. only the endless repition of that last speech in itself, even when the scene totally changed and all the libyans answered khadaffi's call to go forward, forward, forward. over 24 hours it is the topic of the news on alJ. and with my experience with media so far, that wont be unique.

saif el islam is a bitch. sorry to say, but yesterday he was still inciting killing, telling they were not about to surrender and now he is caught enjoying the ever illfetched richess in a luxury resort. that it left supporters and common people bleeding and dead.. did it ever matter to him?

not yesterday.

i disliked his recent act, allthough i guess only it's excesses were made known to us.
as usual the poor have been made to suffer, and the rich to get away with it. who else but nato to blame?

moreno o campo. heh a 'judge' someone that thinks its legal to deal with racist cops, racist verdicts, inequality of justice, a fraud, someone like saif el islam.

a clown, a puppet of the wallstreet frauds that steal more in a year then the whole poor part of london can lay it's hands on.

so let's set aside the international perspective that is rubbish anyhow.

gladder now. this is great for libya. why? because as autocrats tumble the future might just become more democratic. it might not, but that risk has allways been. it may otoh. because once you threw over an autocrat that usurped power for decades, next time possibly people will prevail such a development. stop them dead in their tracks after 4 or 8 years.

i dont think it will be better for the libyans now. gadaffi wasnt half bad in distributing housing, education healthcare and other basics. he was bad in being tolerant, maybe as bad as cameron even. he was also bad in applying justice equally, much like cameron eg.

the capitalist system however has a doctrine, a religion even, that to become rich, you have to keep the poor under, punish them where and when you can, rob from them, and nato and the other archenemy's of the poor promised assistance, so will it get better? no i think.

that besides people might still starve feeling liberated, why not, the proverb is: it is better to die a free person then to live as a slave.

i figure already today the gasoline prices will fall, for example my dutch people that supposedly voted to be able to cause way worse accidents on the highways, will once again pollute like mad, spread dust and toxins through the poor people's air like there is no other day.

because no matter elections in the west are a fraude, realising you can kill even if you are middleclass gives people a good feeling. the sheer power to threaten who or what you don't like with 3 tons of metal at high speed is a good thing in the compassionate mind of the believers.

take out your revenges on those pathetical non-polluters they will think, is justice, make m die from lungcancer, only to notice tobacco is not to blame when it is to late.

whats wrong with tobacco you might ask, well people work less hard, they take breaks, their lungs function less before all of the backs are broken in the pursuit, the crusade for distinguishing wealth for the 'bosses'.

i will see in a year or two. what's libya then. no more housing, less healthcare, more poverty and starving, lots of nato trained security to lock people up for longer.

thats what i think would happen. a new clique of priviliged, taken from colonial stock will reitterate the hollow phrases of the capitalists, politics to be lost forever before it was even born into the continent, oh well should i care?

it's not as if politics is the territory of reason either way. it's possible one less sheik is enough of a result, nato get's it's guns and drones free for assad, then again the syrians this time, will bleed. assad will sit in his palaces untill the criminal court takes him in to cut into stone their version of the tale, poisoning the mind of the future generations..

so great..

the next about to fall is israel, after the unknown assailants in eilat bravely challenged it's supremacy and universal right to lock up the palestineans, suddenly in the shade of a bombing campaign, netanyahu will be referred to the criminal court, ofcourse with his hatemonging associates and admirers overhere in europe.

saif el islam will need to be sedated not to risk a lifelong sentence over singlehandedly attacking the breivicks and their admirers and instigators in the one hour of caged open air a day left for his lifetime. (he should thank me now, just to proof i am wrong they will not punish him as hard as they would like to, solidarity between the rich will rule his day, and the courts proceedings, just like so far he, gadaffi and assad are left in peace.)

brothers in bankaccounts, fellow criminals, you don't hurt these do you? people might notice it works. thumbs up libya.

V for vulnerable. make it better then it was, don't allow the rich to make it worse.

(you know this is almost as inciting civil war: don't allow the rich to make it worse?)
good for me the powerfull and their servant judges(also priviliged) won't admit.

make it better libya, can you? please try, your chances are better then egypts.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


there is one word in politics that is the absolute recordholder in being damaged in every possible and illegal way:


anarchism is perhaps best expressed as the revival of ancestral ethics. "the natural philosophy"

in that sense it's rules are rather basic, do what you want unless it hurts..

hurts another person, animal, nature, common sense perhaps, and not in the least your own psyche.

there are millions of philosophical and poetical ways to put it, but for rules it suits.

literally anarchism reads "without a state". many people want to make a problem from that.

it merely shows their lack of talent.

without a state means 'no set authority' , no set religion also, historically the two were often almost unseperable.

it also means 'no violent arrests' , no police repression, no torture, and even.. no prisons.

the latter may be utopic for now, there are plenty institutions that would best be disbanded today.

all that violent, army, militairy violence, and "financial" violence, are farflung illegal in anarchism.

illegal is also psychological violence 'not to educate', 'mislead'(,propaganda, commercial (untrue) and excessive advertising).

legal is play, and fooling around. anarchism is legal,

originality, exception, disordre, daring concepts, revolutionairy changes, it's part of the practice
and theory in anarchism. ofcourse this is a simplification, but it is important to grasp the idea that a real change in society is allways, (intentionally or in effect) a "revolution".

that revolution is a great target, and tool, is also simple, it's even charmingly related with the worker solidarity that has often been a strong aspect of anarchist practice. if it works well, let's make it quickly, so it will be working soon.

freedom is the great inspiration for anarchism, it's what makes us hated and much feared by establishments and clique's. anarchists make that evaluation and are not to scared to point a finger now and then, allthough anarchists have fought the police over many minor revolutionairy causes, the motto is:" take out your tension on the real enemy". the real enemy are usually the big fish. that is what makes us feared so much, we are the only threat that directly seeks to hold the ones responsible that are in charge. the ideal revolutionairy struggle is one of all people against all bosses.

so decission making is another favorit weak spot of us to be targetted. it's a myth, usual anarchist groups decide flexibly and swift very often. it is also a myth that it would be politically unfeasable, hard or impossible to pull of. there have been many theory's and models, but with never yet the opportunity to rule people in equality there is not an established standard perhaps.

there shouldn't be. anarchism acknowledges the merit of revolution, an anarchist system should not be allergic to changes, improvement and experimenting.

the usual words for anarchist forms of debate and decissionmaking are : direct democracy, grassroots movement, participating democracy, individual representation etc. in the older days there was a strong trend towards federalism, syndicalism. nowadays (with internet, digital media) the grassroots concept seems more up to date. that concept delegates power to smaller entity's, groups decide and when needed their decission are re-evaluated in groups of delegates of groups. in times of peace there will be room to improve the structures and enhance many individuals capacity's to adequatly represent, the feedback can be more exhaustive and through more channels, it would allways become something aking to federalism.

however anarchism has never been left in peace. anarchism is the word that is abused right and left. communists also favourably and typically blame the emancipatory movements for anarchism.

in the capitalist world , capitalist violence and the sometimes unpretty results of social inequality are typically named 'anarchism', as well as any armed struggle they disagree. (somalia was attacked over al shabaab being called anarchist for a weird example).

that actually grassroots organisation is the thing that kept the overblown london riots from becoming deadly is not what you will read. a list of proprietary complaints is made, looting, fighting the police, arson (they add disobeing 'authority' on regular bases), are heaped up and called anarchism.

it's not, in the london case it is capitalism, it's their riots, anarchism has not made that, the people on the streets may often (and in principle being humans allways) be anarchists, if there was anarchism in the streets, there would be no such thing as an option to steal from the rich, let alone loot childlabour produced commercial hypes that the youth is made to stare blind on),

i have a gstar trousers since recently and it stands out, even the cops were jealous, personally i am just glad it fits and would have never guessed. the little maidens look at it, it is really a ridiculous experience.

it's beside the point but the superficial consumermentality that is forced upon the free minds of the youth came home to roost in london. great for a laugh, and with all the talk about restrictions and severity, basically any reactionairy's wet dream and no surprise in cameron, albeit still a bit disappointing, they are obviously out to make it much worse before it will get any better.

anarchism is to disagree to that. to boykot the idea of repression. the mentality of neglect and contempt, anarchism is freedom, future, development.

a friend made an old joke and said: "my political filosofy has only 3 laws:
"belief", "hope" and "bless"

Monday, August 15, 2011

a materialist expression of dissidence

london is longgone, it's ashes cold and dead. over the burrows hoovers a shadow of contempt, a slimy morbid balloon of indignification, about to drop and glue people in their place, extract vengeance for the piles of surplus luxury that got mortgaged, gagged, burned and looted, in the name of bluntness and neglect, privacy.

nolympics, do they might feel cheated.

there is no chance without an overhaul of youthwork, and very much also the prisonsystems and juridicairy system, anything will work.

that besides love it or leave it, the pharmaceutical industry does not, humankind is out to live with drugs, seek the recreational and even psychological abuse of drugs, invent the therapy's and prolong them. all that matters is to really start only after the children are there, and to stay away from alcohol. there must be exeptions.

giving people chances means a penal system need to give them such and the rehabilitation does.
the latter has never materialised and is a favorit tool of the autocrats to sideline unwanted contenders.

changes in a penal system should be material and diverse. not the usual fuck all of you and what you stand for. to patch up the cover of petty crimes and excesses that hides the real crimes of propriatarisation not only we have to sand the tooth, we need to extract its sick roots.

thats hard. yet its all but unfathomable. for one think i endare the idea to allow prisoners to organise workingcollectives for decent wages. yet i would also love to have people professional opportunity in more creative handcraft, there is small call not to prioritise it. so money should not be the factor, in this better, more equal and more respectfull society there is obviously only more available to cure the causes of crime. its utterly challenging and fascinating and surely prisoners must be allowed responsability and redaction of projects and therapeutical resource.

in fact you would coach the bound to be druggy's to be a decent survivable druggy. but assuming people have different political or existential target, to have place for any.

with what i will start a next article about the most out of context used term ever in the history of human rights, and perhaps you should say the freedom of conviction...


(wich translates into oh well kill this khadaffi/assad/rest of sheikifats , and where a good example sets a good following sure they don't).

Tuesday, August 9, 2011



its a tradition in the year ahead groups get criminalised, towns and nations become bankrupted, and under the guise of universal sportivity the poor to get a beaten is what is really for.

i saw two huge blokes arrest a small guy with well visible blood at first it seemed they would harm him a bit more, but then, in what film did they do that before? the cops started to try vainly to rob something from the small guy, to just dump his belongings on the street, most of the passers by seemed perplexed at best. the guys leave with some smaller dudes.(2) (4)

probs whole of the world saw it, syria does the same, lighten up even fabricated detail, and not show the greater pictures.

i saw a white twice and two lightblue hoodys run from a police line in a crowd, on aljazeera. geesh if i see them run out of a crowd of riot cops..

i saw a similar white hoody dramatically smash a window. (dont worry they will find one now).

you know how agent provocaters work?

imagine you say, we'll have our protest 3 streets of the primary school.
the first thing they will attack is the primary school.
imagine you say, no alcohol, they will bring it.
imagine you say: dont smash small shops, they will smash small shops and make sure there is ample opportunity by keeping any security away to make sure exactly those will be targetted.(1)

otoh. they may well have set alight some empty buildings, most probably old ones to be costly renovated. or even sony, if t'is almost broke, or otherways in a malvolent aura.

all these things and plenty worse they will. they have the fantasy for better, but tiny of the inspiration.

that all occured to me i should tell.

when that occured 'everyone would retaliate'.

the consolidate of police nonplaints commisions is left out of the picture for most of the day.
yet.. it surfaces only once. after days.. isnt it important? wouldnt it be just as relevant as that
acknowledgement most complaints filed are to be shoven under the table and out of view..?

just as important as the coloured guy that was searched several times a day? nevermind statistics of the powerfull.
one alJazeera article notices that black people are have a daily experience with "targetted harrasment by the feds".

sure racism is to still be held under the table according to cameron and his greedy and corrupt bunch, it is 'uncivilised criminals', 'gangs' and bigtalk about their sadist power of making people insane. experienced stigmatising of those forlorn individuals.

i hope it does not get so far the english establishment will revel it's lust to martyr the poor and other but i would be naive to expect even modest decency.

becus that is what reactionairy stands for, and cameron stands for reactionairy.. police state.

politics is really simple once you are an anarchist.
the level police state exactly equals the social inequalitys for example.

it works in all directions, the ones that want more police, rude laws, violent laws, abusive laws, injust laws, unfree laws, animal unfriendly laws, every perversion i name it, but you are not made to think of-laws, is reactionairy.

the one thing all 'authority's' reactionairy's, and for some reason capitalists want is "police state"

in aspects(control), in pieces and bits, and in absolute terms. a complaints(denial) commision or two for the police everywhere. none of their violence and least of their killings to get in the public.. all quite officially exactly, definedly: "police state".

the violent breaking up of any peacefull protest:"police state"
and a very purposefull one, distract the integer part of the populace to vain and bloodily beaten protest and.. guess what? less protest. police state.

films of reality soap agent provocaters, worldwide on "news" : police state

so whoever burned whatever building, and whether we have to thank only the "mob" noone got killed except by police, despite people stopped firefighters when some of them started to operate in their other function.. if those also were undercovers...?

for the nolympics, or just against the poor?
in fact, bad sports

(1) other very common practices, violent provocative arrests. 'attacks' from quite or completely calm demonstrations (eg throwing ineventfull rubbish like tin cans, missing with stones, in some cases throwing exceptionally large objects (material escalation)). (shouting) violent (3)(encouragements, hiding protests from public view and press, hiding police agression from the same. arrests and in some cases sneaky assistance with arrests. constantly reporting to other uncercover teams, pushing, mongering fear panic and rumours. constantly telling people "what the police said" , (you must trust a few of your own to actually relay opinions still, it is not a very good method of recognition unless the cop i smore stupid then you)
they often try to interfere with people wanting to join the protest, but not very obviously.
photographing without permission, extremely violent and targetted arrests. adding a targetted touch to the randomness of policebrutality, for reasons of escalation, sheer bloodlet, sadism or some kind of drug abuse, perhaps that is also to escalate the brutality of arrests and actions of plain robocops. otoh, usual coppers in robocop fashion are incredibly scared.

there is only one way they are right to be scared, it's pleasant to be able to counter them, hold them up, hold them back or beat them. alltho it almost never happens it is a privilige to have witnessed how the courage, daring and conviction of a progressive group can sometimes withstand the enormous might of the amrsindustry incarnated, if even for a single action or two.

i am also not so knowledgeable to the kinds of texts and methods they might use with the public.
fear, lies , rumours in ordre of effectivity probably.

(2) comment speaks dramatically, stuf like: "they steal everything he has"

(no looks for his purse or more then 1 object taken it seems, it got thrown the moment i thought: "oh it's the police thats stealing everything again", they do try and materially disadvantage me more then a few times.

(3) my definition of violence is the disproportional intrusion of living beings, real talks about countermeasures can allways be quite reasonable. "they beat those guys so hard let's start a barricade, fire, destroy the traffic lights , pinch the policecars tyres ahead, etc etc.

(4)a redacted version of the same shots with most what i describe cut was reaired, you dont see the arrest or dump scene, not that it seemed they did lack time..

3X:00 censoring kicking in;) check my other politics blog (its under profile i think) for egypt

Thursday, August 4, 2011


i tried to get a picture of syria, don't like it, it is hard to get a good idea about it.

it seems like in libya, a fragile situation. i have heard only, with early on some hints of resistance, heard of non-violent protest.

what to think of that? knowing protest and police (let alone army) brutality i would actually say that is allways true.

protests are peacefull more so when they are about huge subjects, geopolitics, revolutions stuf like that. (i am somewhat from the school that holds through direct action you can claim back quite some rights and living space, if you do it smartly)

otoh.. would you resist the police at tahrir square, or the uniforms of tunesia (in whatever kinds they came, i think both), certainly , once there is the agreement that the violence from the police does not cross every boundary it meets or dreams up, a fierce riot is what does it.

is it? it looks like that. i know there is something to say for that in eg. petersburg even,

just the moment, to grab that, to once and for all overrule that desperate claim of authority
and the world changed for the better.

as soon as it takes longer it seems it gets more hurtfull. where is ivory coast now?
and what to think of bloody libya?

i wonder if the israelis still remember how their protests made to be over housing costs , got politically abused. i do.. well did it help?

not so much. so i wonder about syria.

did you notice assad and erdogan's mouth look very much alike? maybe if they are family.

syria.. it is a political subject.
libya is: libya is oil. and oil, and uhm
oil. so libya is oil. (african oil)

syria is a bit of oil, enough for sth. like syria perhaps. and a lot of kurds. it is not easy to be a kurd. for a kurd you expect the turkish to be gratefull. we brought them civilisation you would think, we even brought them ataturk, without us, the world would have long stopped turning, at least in turkey.

turkish see that differently. i am not sure but i figure. i am not even sure why. i call it kemalism.

after there was this white bloke , that thought, lets do something odd with the relatively rich remnants of the ottoman, there came a lot of far more outrageous authoritarian people, but with less talent. kemalism.

so i like musi. just not his imams. goes with all, small wonder.

anyhow, for historical reasons syrians have very little to do with turkey. syria had just been conquered by the english, so it would be hurtfull for the ataturk national pride of the project of the time. syria is just 'off limit'.

i wudnt buy it, not even from musi, but, perhaps he wouldnt have mind it.

so turkey and syria are two different things. allthough you can't seperate easily between musi philosophy and kurdish identity.

i find that hard, i guess it's his european background.

nevertheless musi was exceptionally bad on the kurdish, typical selfhating american he be.
reminds me of mark levine.

so if we leave the foreign affairs out of the quotation, what we get is a nation of kurds that didn't have an ataturk yet.

unfortunately caliphates of the past have sought division between all the different kurds in eurasia. in syria there are at least 3 or so different races and religions of kurds.

kurdish kurdish, allahfiets, and a few. only i am not sure if they are sunni or shia, both i think.
oh yes and palestinian kurdish i suppose. and a few christian arabs, and arab jews.

but it is majorly the kurdish groups divided through the ottoman eras and english.

history of the region , famously known as the 'morning' or 'evening' land (it depended lattitude), has caused all those people to forget their true roots and history. it is very well possible kurdish people in either western syria or even southern pakistan have forgotten where they came from.

(the evening/morning land).

that is surely a problem.

Monday, August 1, 2011

you are not going to believe

salafism takfiri wahabbi had rather nothing to do with an umbrella?

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