The countdown is – well, counting down

Today is a sad day, nevertheless, tomorrow will be even sadder.

Why?

Because only two days to go (including today) until the Lisbon Treaty is taking effect.

I meet many people believing in the lies our governments sell us – cold blooded and without even blinking. How is democracy supposed to work, when even in the parliament real democracy has to be searched with a magnifying glass?

I really do not understand those people, who support the Lisbon Treaty without even reading it. Most of the ministers and secretaries, who just wanted to get the Treaty through, do not till this day know what it is all about. Would you buy a car, if you don’t know that is has a motor? Would you buy a house in a swamp which is already sinking?

Well, the governments of europe really couldn’t care less what will happen to all the peoples in europe.

But worst of all: When elected members of the parliament called for a referendum, they were cleared from the room, their banners were taken, as well and it was all hushed up. No word in the daily propaganda called news.

You don’t believe me? Then watch this: MPEs Protest and want a referendum. This is our beloved and adored “democracy”? Who is fooled by that?

And the “head of the european superstate” van Rompuy and his colleague “what’s-her-name” Ashton? Did you vote for her or him? Ever heard of them before? Maybe you just didn’t listen closely enough!?

Oh, I forgot, they weren’t elected!! They were selected!!

Ah, the foul smell of lies and money!

I want to point out that there is a very good channel on YouTube, called europarl which shows debates from the EU parliament. You will be surprised what is going on behind the stage. More fascinating than this is, why we never hear or see anything about those debates on TV, read about them in the newspapers, when we are all members of the same centralized state and therefore not only have the RIGHT but the DUTY to be informed!

If the media does not do their job we have to take action and inform ourselves.

You want to know what happens to people in the EU Parliament speaking honestly about their opinion? You want to know how democratic our (powerless) parliament is? Do you want to know what happens to those, speaking openly about the lack of democracy in the EU?

Then watch this for a start.

I really recommend watching the videos on this channel. Get yourself informed for christ’s sake! Too many people believe the lies washing over us day by day staged by those benefiting from these very actions.

Your first question should always be: Cui bono? (Who benefits from it?)

Beginning there you should be able to find out what a big scam this kind of artificial, economic EU is and will be.

A democracy shouldn’t forbid people having a different opinion, that’s what a democracy is all about! Everybody, every part of a democracy small as it may be has the right to speak out and express their opinion!

Not so in the EU!

When you’re not with them, you are against them, meaning you should leave the EU. This is outrageous and should be IMPOSSIBLE in a democratic state which the EU always states it is. But, sorry I have to say that, wasn’t it the same with Mussolini, Lenin or Hitler or Hussein or Kim Jong Il? Or is it just that the same words mean different things today? Does democracy mean centralization? Does freedom of speech mean just say what is conform with the majority?

I don’t think so!

A big thanks from me to europarl and to Nigel Farage who’s got the guts to talk about the unbearable state of  “democracy”, about how our heads of state are selected rather than elected and what connections exist between certain groups and our “independent parliament” like Mario Borghezio did, too. Even Vaclav Klaus had some very good points.

Freedom, peace and wealth for everybody in the EU?

What a laugh!

(humming Chopin’s Funeral March while burying european democracy before it got started)

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Possibly the impossible?

Very short one today, but I thought I should let everybody know.

So for everybody, especially those who think fascism and dictatorship or a governments dictatorial behaviour is impossible, I really recommend reading the guardian, in particular the articles of Rob Evans and Paul Lewis who wrote about how the police saves and takes pictures of demonstrators, how the police uses these so called spotter cards and why you are not a demonstrator but a domestic extremist!

Please read the article and once again I have to state my mantra: Open your f***ing eyes. It is just a matter of time until this mode of control will be used EVERYWHERE.

So now: The Link to the Guardian and so on.

Power to the people – ahm, the ones not being politicians…

Back again – not to say still here.

As always I wonder. I wonder about the world, about politics and about the system itself. Everybody who read my post ‘Believing is seeing’ should know about my opinion regarding people believing in the existing system with every fibre of their mind and body.

I’m planning on writing some posts about the topic of what our system consists of, why and how it works and why it is not a kind of  ‘natural law’ that is imposed on us. For many people it seems unimaginable to question the system. And if you question it they seem to think that it will end in anarchy and regionalization, chaos and terror. Though regionalization may not be the worst thinking of food supply, short routes of transport and so on, the real solution has to be global. Furthermore questioning a system doesn’t mean to dispose EVERYTHING our current system contains, but we have to start seeing the gaps in it, we have to start thinking of new solutions for society, politics, democracy, economy, ecology, the monetary system and so much more.

But today I want to send my thank yous and my solidarity to Greece again, because nothing is reported on the news (except of course about the violence and the ‘bad anarchists’), so propaganda seems to work very efficiently.

Yesterday the town hall of Nikaia was being occupied and the demonstrators (the occupation resulted from a previous demonstration) stated their call for freedom and showed their solidarity with Mohammad Atif Kamran, who died because of being tortured by the police.

I’m asking everyone to read the post wich can be seen here. Please take a look at the link section, there you can find more about Greece and it’s resistance regarding the fascism unfolding there for quite a long and at the time. So to speak ‘the history of violence against the greek people’.

We have to understand that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” as Martin Luther King said. And that is absolutely true.

Think global but start to create awareness local. Change doesn’t just happen, we have to decide to change things, we have to be brave not afraid, we have to be solidly united, we have to insist on our freedom in every area of our lives and, what may be the most difficult, we have to desire these goals honestly and unconditionally for every single person on this planet!

That is the true radicalism!

P.S. Please inform yourself about how the EU will be able to defeat every ‘unrest’ by shooting the demonstrators and why and how it reintroduces the death penalty. Please read about it, spread the word and tell the whole world, even when you’re not european because the threat we will have to face will tip toe into every  single nation, religion, region, generation and home.

We have to understand that this threat is global and that those developing it will be ready and willing to get you wherever and whenever they want, for whatever reason they make up, hiding behind the mask of (self-)righteousness.

Shoot the terrori…I mean save the protesters!

Ok, another day another topic.

Today is all about demonstrations and their participants.

First of all, we’ll take a look at what the right to demonstrate is all about.

In most countries you have the right to demonstrate for political, ideological or whatever cause, based on the freedom of speech and the right to assemble for public protests. It is a democratic way of participating in the political decision making process as well as showing political weaknesses and errors at least those that are perceived that way by the population.

Until this point everything is known, isn’t it? We can use our rights to protest against injustice in all areas of life, society and politics which we think are wrong or at least not as they should be.

But what is happening for a few years now, always justified by 9/11 and the war on terror, is the constraint of those rights.

Let’s take a look at Guinea:

50.000 people protested peacefully against the military dictatorship that seized the power after the long term dictator Lansana Conte had died. Furthermore Mousa Camara, the leader of the new military dictatorship, now wishes to be elected for president although he had stated after the putsch that he will not participate in the next election. So, a sudden change of mind, eh?

But let’s stick to the point:

1500, so the official numbers tell us, were hurt and wounded not to say slaughtered. Women were stripped naked on the streets and then raped by the soldiers or by the police. They shot the protesters randomly without reason.

Of course, now you think: It’s a military dictatorship! What else should happen, when you exercise your rights.

Sorry to disappoint you, really, because Guinea/Africa seems to be not the only police state existing.

The demonstrations called “Freedom not fear” which were an international attempt to mobilize the world population to protest against the “total retention of telecommunication data and other instruments of surveillance” was partly not only attended by police but destroyed. The police also used violence against the protesters, as can be seen here in Berlin, here and there.

As you can see in the Berlin video, the police is filming the protestors. I think is has become a common way of identifying the participants for further investigation. With the small constriction that the police doesn’t allow the protesters to film.

How about some more nice examples of how the police serves its citizens?

Here, from september 24th at the G20, here from 2007 I think. This is from 1999 in Seattle. Or here without any reason in the UK.

There are so many videos of police brutality taking place not only while demonstrations! So what can we learn from it?

Or put differently: How many people have to attend a demonstration to be save from police brutality? Can you be save?

I say no! Because the police is not a servant of the people it is an instrument to observe and control people, filming the protestors while they prohibit being filmed, often by taking away the cameras of the protester or even destroying them.

It also is a way of making people afraid of demonstrations or of taking part in them, of demonizing protestors and show them as terrorist who destroy cities, undermine authority and who are potentially dangerous.

Do you think this describes you? Are we all potential terrorist? No, we are NOT! But we are free people, capable of speech, thinking and full of will.

And as long as we have our rights, we should use them. And everybody who wants to take these rights away should prepare, because we will be loud and for everyone to hear, when we march peacefully for our freedom.

Don’t let your rights be torn apart, don’t shut your eyes – open your mouth!

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