Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Mr Obama wants Venezuela to recount Maduro's election's votes.

Oh, that surely means that Bush Jr's 1st election's votes will finally be recounted, isn't it?

What? How do you mean they won't? But... Democracy, Justice, you know...

Sunday, 18 November 2012

The whole world is GAZA


FOR GOD'S SAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

We are not glad it is like that. We would love it, if the myth of USA defending freedom and democracy were a truth. It is such a pity the truth is something else - and who would dare to deny the real truth is like that?

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Jan.19 2012: burning of the new Alexandria Library in the name of god Mammon

Historians no longer believe that the Alexandria Library was destroyed by muslim conquerors: it would have perished in two different fires due to an accident and to inner fights during the Roman domination years. 

So, it was not done in the name of Allah, as we were told at school.

On the other hand, History will never forget January 19, 2012, the day the Federal Barbaric Institute destroyed the hugest present-day knowledge sharing facility in the name of the god Profit, or Mammon.

Thursday, 7 April 2011

US model of 'civilization' spreading through the world

Eleven children shot dead in a school in Rio de Janeiro

US weapons and entertainment industries must be proud:
to face all challenges of life with a gun -
that is your model of 'civilization' spreading out to the world,

(Antiamerican, me?  No, gentlemen, just pro-humanity - while you have been being anti-world)

Too sad for any other words.

Sunday, 20 June 2010

The official anti-gay wave in Africa as a new blow of the North-rooted oppression ideology

I'd like so much to be writing down here not only quick reactions to the papers headlines, but also a systematic presentation of the perspectives of the Convivium Philosophy (also Absolute, Systematic or Radical Pluralism) - yet time betrays me all the time. All my work in my mother tongue and directed to my local situation is also delayed.

So I'll start posting here anyway, not worrying about system for the while.

In today's blogosphere overview I was specially touched by an article at http://gayuganda.blogspot.com/2010/06/gay-agenda.html . I thought of transcribing it here, but I'd rather recommend you visiting the blog of those noble fighters of resistance and human dignity. Instead, I'll transcribe here only the comment I left to that post, as I think it is fully within this blog's spirit. But I insist: don't read only my comment: read the original article too!

Comment posted by myself on 20 June 2010 at

Good morning and congratulations! I'm Brazilian, and came across your blog almost casually. I'd like you to know how desperate I feel about my own powerlessness to cooperate in some way, whenever I read news from the present official homophobia wave in Africa.

Of course no human group has ever been pure tolerance and non-oppression, however it is quite clear, from the experience of a mixed society as we have in Brazil, that from Africa we inherit mostly human warmth, understanding and flexibility, and that most discrimination, intolerance, inter-human oppression we inherit from the European matrix, without or mostly WITH the disguise of Christianity, both in catholic or protestant versions.

So I feel you really touch the heart of the matter when you write: "... though the west is being accused of ‘exporting’ homosexuality, a case was made and literally proven, of the export of hate- homophobia."

And that applies not only to the present-day sittuation, but rather to the whole history of Northern (better than "Western") influence in African societies, be it through invasion, colonisation, mission and the foreign formation of African leaders. This impression was further reinforced, by the way, by the reading of Stephen O. Murray's and Will Roscoe's studies collection "Boy Wives and Female Husbands: Studies of African Homosexualities" (St. Martin's Press, 1998).

So I guess you could find your most powerful campaign axis precisely in that: contrary to what the Northern-minded political leaders tell, intolerance to homosexuality is a betrayal to the properly African values and cultural heritage.

And that idea could be expressed in short but precise campaign mottos or the like, such as "tolerance is African, discriminating the different is an imported vice" or "living with the different is African, discrimination and repression are imported vices" - and so on.

Of course I am not really inside your reality, so I may be speaking nonsense, but please understand this lines as a heart-felt statement of being-together with all you brothers and sisters who are going through such difficult times on the sacred Mother-of-All Continent.

A warm African-Brazilian hug, and...

Saturday, 12 June 2010

The famous Pax Judaeo-Americana

From the Brazilian cartoonist Latuff,
one or two weeks before the Israeli attack to the Gaza Fleet

About the USA reaction to the Iran-Brazil-Turkey nuclear deal

“Don’t want to disturb, but… is this ‘victory of diplomacy’ going to take long?"

Published in Brazil in May 2010,
just after the angry USA reaction to the Iran-Brazil-Turkey Agreement
In Sul21, http://www.sul21.com.br/index.php/permalink/humor

Why, maybe, I'm here
(a 1981 teacher's prophecy)

Emerson College
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It is my impression that Ralf is primarily a person of the mind --- of ideas and imagination --- and of communication. In my estimation, it was very courageous of him to undertake a programme that has been 75% physical work, and hard outdoor work in bad weather at that. He has done this in an effort to achieve a personal balance of mind and body. While I do not expect that, in the future, he will be a full-time farmer or gardener, any work he may do as teacher or writer or administrator will be informed by his deep respect for physical labor and the understanding he has gained during this year of the problems and ways of achieving a wholesome system of land-use by sustainable biological means.
In our discussions of the relationship of First and Third Worlds, he has made an invaluable contribution through his unusual combination of European and Brazilian traits. I expect him to be one of the people, in the coming decades, to make a significant contribution to the great issue of North-South relations that is now coming to the fore as one of the most important matters before the world community. I myself look forward to working with him as a colleague when we both return to the western hemisphere.
Any enterprise that requires a sensitive, intelligent, imaginative --- even visionary --- co-worker and is flexible enough to allow him adequate sphere for personal expression would be privileged to have Ralf as a colleague.
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