-Sophie Scholl, The White Rose Society
"There is an active resistance forming in the United States. It’s young, it’s unemployed, it’s creative and it has potential.
Recently I sat down with two of the young adults who organized and led the Egyptian resistance movement that overthrew Hosni Mubarak. The media narrative said it took 18 days, when in fact, they had been organizing for over five years.
According to these young men, the moment they knew they had won was the day Mubarak’s government shut off the Internet and blocked cellphone communications. When people could no longer get updates about what was happening in Tahrir Square, they had to come out of their homes and see for themselves, tripling the size of the protests in one fell swoop.
The global plutocracy is terrified of dissent. In some places, the war on dissent is being fought with bullets. In others, the war on dissent targets social media and mobile communications, while repressing and deceiving communities of struggle. It’s already happening."
Chile, Spain and Greece lead the way. Iceland votes not to pay back the banks. WE should have said the same thing. What the first 3 have in common is they have had dictators in recent familial memory.
Mom and Dad remember, so the kids can still go out at night after throwing bricks all day.
In Chile, the richest man is now President. Pinera. His approval rating is 26%. Obama is at 39%.
Google Camila Vallejo only if you want to see the face of Chilean Student resistance, or if you understand Spanish. Dilma Roussef was a guerrilla marxist living in the jungles of Brazil under the Generals' Junta. She is now president. She is the second of the first two female presidents in Latin American history to also have been tortured in prison. The other female torture victim/president is Michelle Bachelet of Chile. Christina Fernandez is leading the election for Argentina's president. She is the incumbent. She was not tortured, and was President Kirchner's wife until he died in office.
[You should see Oliver Stone's documentary on---mostly--Hugo Chavez. Esp. the scene where Geo. W. informs Sra Fernandez, that if she has an economic problem she should try a war. that's the way i did it, he said. You should see the look on her face. It is reminiscent of Merkel's response to his weird shoulder massage at the G-8.]
Women marxists abound...wherever there was fascism, the reaction to IMF austerities is strongest. We should all read the Open Veins of Latin America before our own are opened.
McGraw-Hill owns Standard and Poor--a clear case of slavery since it has been illegal to own a person in America since the Emancipation Proclamation.
Mr. McGraw is a campaign mgr. for Romney.
This is how Mussolini did it.