~Artpolitics handbooksInteresting links :- http://www.petersingerlinks.com/ : info about Peter Singer, animal rights activist and Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University- http://www.churchofeuthanasia.org : Church of Euthanasia, a group of people against human supremacy- http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm#Posters : Nazi propaganda archive : all about National Socialism from orriginal German sources, translated in English- http://www.propagandacritic.com/ : Basic info on propaganda. Noone is imune to all propaganda.- http://www.lp.org/ : American Libertarian Party- http://www.nazi.org/party/theory/ : Libertarian National Socialist Green Party- http://www.nsm88.com/index2.html : American Nazi Party- http://www.nsec-88.org/: National Socialist Education Center- http://www.parecon.org/ : The Participatory Economics Project- http://www.marxists.org/ : All about Marxism- http://www.infoshop.org/ : All about Anarchism- http://www.crimethinc.
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An American PerspectiveHow 10,000 misrule the world :: A Serious Reflexion on John Chuckman's article ::by Gilo Muirragui(Saturday 24 July 2004)"The elite has built a system of domination, exploitation and alienation that embraces the four basic relations of the human beings. It extends from the two centers of world power, the United States and the European Union, to the poverty ridden slums of our inner cities, Africa, Asia and Latin America."Dear Mr. Chuckman:By a fortunate circumstance, I had the opportunity to read your article about Moore and Fahrenheit 9/11 . It was a pleasure to read your excellent observations and comments. They invite a serious reflexion. Sincere congratulations. In this connection, I would like to mention some points, which I believe, are related to the topics you discussed. Before I give you my comments I'd like to mention that I am eighty years old, retired senior economist from the IMF, and reside in Bethesda, MD.A Jewish friend sent me an email, whose first lines were
Ode To Our Creators ~HaresshOde to Our Creators (August 11, 2004)Since the beginning of time, there have been Creators. They have made everything from a baby to the government to existence itself. They created have always been expected to pay homage, one way or another, to their Creator—in song, dance, worship, obedience, veneration, or protection. But is this praise deserved? Didn't the empire that Caesar created fall eventually? Don't forms of government leave people unsatisfied? Don't plants die? Don't gods disappoint? Don't children act up and disobey anyway?So here's to our Creators, our parents, our government, our gods. Here's to all those Creators that have made existence what it is.Thank you for the disappointment, for the failure, for the tears, and for the pain.Thank you for the cold, for the death, for the reckless abandon that is our world.Thank you for the poverty, for the uneducated, for the unemployment.Thank you for the sickness, for the death, for the forgotten.Thank you for the abused, a