Category Archives: Politics

(en) If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal. Instead of giving a politician the keys to the power, it might be better to change the locks and the reason there are so few female politicians is that it is too much trouble to put makeup on two faces.
(es) Si tu voto pudiese cambiar cualquier cosa, los políticos lo harían ilegal. En vez de darles a los políticos las llaves del poder, sería mucho mejor cambiar las cerraduras y, por otra parte, si hay tan pocas mujeres en la política, es porque es demasiado trabajo el tener que maquillar dos caras.

ngos plan ukraine war – (en)

NGOs caught forging documents for war, insider warns all NGOs infiltrated; ‘Independent military observers’ for EU-based group OSCE again turned away in Crimea, OSCE branded one more ‘vulgar instrument’ for foreign interests; and CNN buys the latest State Department hoax. In … Continue reading

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the ukrainian pendulum – (en)

The stakes are high in the Ukraine: after the coup, as Crimea and Donbas asserted their right to self determination, American and Russian troops entered Ukrainian territory, both under cover. The American soldiers are “military advisors”, ostensibly members of Blackwater … Continue reading

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western expansion’s fruit – (en)

The clash in Crimea is the fruit of western expansion. The external struggle to dominate Ukraine has put fascists in power and brought the country to the brink of conflict. Diplomatic pronouncements are renowned for hypocrisy and double standards. But … Continue reading

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ukraine’s looting has begun – (en)

According to a report [ http://www.kommersant.ua/doc/2424454 ] in Kommersant-Ukraine, the finance ministry of Washington’s stooges in Kiev who are pretending to be a government has prepared an economic austerity plan that will cut Ukrainian pensions from $160 to $80 so … Continue reading

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el saqueo de ucrania ha comenzado – (es)

De acuerdo con un informe [ http://www.kommersant.ua/doc/2424454 ] del Kommersant de Ucrania, el Ministerio de Finanzas de los títeres de Washington en Kiev que finge ser un gobierno ha preparado un plan de austeridad económica que reduce las pensiones de … Continue reading

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ukraine – (en)

Reading the dispatches covering the crisis in Ukraine I think that we’re living again the nightmares of 1914 or 1939. I do not suggest, dear reader, that today’s mourning events in that country foreshadow another major war or an awful … Continue reading

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ucrania – (es)

Leo los despachos que cubren la crisis de Ucrania y pienso que vivimos de nuevo la pesadilla de 1914 o la de 1939. No sugiero, amigo lector, que los sucesos que hoy enlutan a este país preludian otra gran guerra … Continue reading

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skyscraper – (en) (graphic humor)

On the plasma, half-dozen young people in tracksuit, a herd of morons carefully selected among the most brainless and unpresentable youth of the tribe, struggled to embody, from their mental schematic, the complexity of life, lying on couches and discussing … Continue reading

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you rob me! – (en)

A famous Spanish writer, Arturo Pérez-Reverte, published a few days ago on his blog, “if you want this work [writing] free, ask your fucking mother to do it.” It was an ornery response to someone’s Tweet who considered, “culture should … Continue reading

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life is a dick – (en)

Life is like a dick; sometimes it becomes hard for no reason. On a hand, as in every drama, it contains many happy, angry, sad, and bitter scenes. On the other, like a hot bath, it feels good while you’re in … Continue reading

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politically correct language – (en)

When I got to New Orleans, I tried to make sure that I didn’t get into a brothel, although the whole city seemed like one. I ended up in a diminutive digging in the ghetto of Iberville. That landlady, that … Continue reading

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anti-semitism – (en)

What follows is an extract of the book “Anti-Semitism, It’s History and Causes” by Bernard Lazare, a Jewish French literary critic, scholar, political journalist, anarchist, Zionist and polemicist. oo000oo To make the history of antisemitism complete, omitting none of the … Continue reading

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homo inmortalis – (en)

After digging through deep layers of goat dung, a new fossil was unearthed by a young Russian archaeologist in the Altay Mountains of southern Siberia. As usual it was hailed in headlines as revealing the elusive transitional step, the moment when … Continue reading

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cyber-realism – (en)

I know this post would be about as relevant as some 15th Century abbot solemnly warning his monks in the scriptorium not to quill any heretical thoughts on their parchments, while Herr Gutenberg’s presses broadcast the news. But… Most people … Continue reading

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no a la ley mordaza – (es/en)

“Aquellos que pueden renunciar a la libertad esencial para obtener una pequeña seguridad temporal no merecen ni libertad ni seguridad”.  – Benjamín Franklin Al Presidente del Gobierno, Sr. Mariano Rajoy, y al Ministro del Interior, Sr. Jorge Fernández Díaz: “Como … Continue reading

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kevin carter – (es/en)

Este es mi homenaje a Kevin Carter, fotógrafo sudafricano que ganó el Pulitzer en 1994 por fotografiar un niño apenas con vida y un buitre ansioso de carroña. Desde su publicación en The New York Times Carter recibió un mar … Continue reading

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zimmerman (cabroncete) – (es)

Parece un gordito duro, tipo macho cabrío. A aquella madre le tuvo que costar parir a ese percance, el muy joputa, con perdón de la desdichada y su legítimo, después critican el aborto, tras una escandalosa reincidencia delictiva, hoy detenido, … Continue reading

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zimmerman – (en)

He looks like a hardcore fatso, the he-goat. That mother had to suffer giving birth that bale, sonofabitch, apologies to his rents, and we criticize abortion, after a scandalous criminal recidivism, now under arrest, tomorrow back in the ends. Blood … Continue reading

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volviendo la esquina – (es)

A pesar de las afirmaciones en contra, la fabricación molecular estará aquí pronto. Al ser algo tan útil, habrá una fuerte presión para desarrollarla lo antes posible, y más allá de un cierto punto, esto podría moverse muy rápidamente. Los … Continue reading

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just around the corner – (en)

Despite claims to the contrary, molecular manufacturing is coming soon. Because it will be so useful, there will be strong pressure to develop it as soon as possible, and past a certain point it could happen quite rapidly. Macro-scale integrated … Continue reading

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