A minutes silence please Britian is now a National Socialist country
The Minutes silence held earlier
in the day was Europewide
People across Italy joined the vigil, while Pope Benedict XVI held prayers at his retreat in the Italian Alps.
The Queen hid behind her soldiers and didn't bow her head...this is against Royal protocol
"Out of this tragedy, let us re-double our efforts to build a better city for our children and our grandchildren"
Ken Livingstone, London Mayor
Vigil for London bombing victims
Thousands of people have attended a vigil in Trafalgar Square, London, to remember the bombing victims and thank emergency crews for their efforts.
Mayor Ken Livingstone said emergency services had been "magnificent" and he praised Londoners' "calm and courage".
Lord Coe said efforts towards organising the 2012 Olympics in London would be dedicated to the victims.
A man injured in last Thursday's bus bombing has died in hospital, taking the overall attacks death toll to 54.
Police say three of the four bombers thought to have died in the attacks are included in this figure.
Scotland Yard said on Thursday a man had died in the National Hospital for Neurology, in Queen Square, London, where he had been taken following the bombing on the Number 30 bus in Tavistock Square.
Earlier on Thursday, people around the UK and the world took part in a two-minute silence to remember those killed and injured a week ago.
Civil rights campaigner Ben Okri told the crowds in Trafalgar Square that London had survived "bombings, burnings and wars" and still grown stronger and more beautiful.
Mr Livingstone told those assembled he was "proud" to be their mayor.
"And out of this tragedy, let us re-double our efforts to build a better city for our children and our grandchildren and lift our hearts, rather than worry about who to blame or who to hate," he said.
Lord Coe, chairman of London's successful 2012 Olympic bid team, said the victims would never be forgotten as London prepared to host the Games. "As we move forward we will never forget those who suffered so grievously last Thursday, but our efforts and actions over the next seven years are dedicated to them," he said.
Metropolitan Police Commander Bob Broadhurst also paid tribute to the emergency services, adding that these workers saw things they should never have to see in a city like London.
Nick Collins, from London Fire Brigade, told those gathered he had been in command of firefighters at the King's Cross site.
"We're really proud of the way our firefighters responded and will continue to be so," he said.
Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks was also among the speakers. He described London as the "city of courage".
"It has the courage not to give terror the victory of making us angry and in our anger lose the values that make us what we are. Let that courage unite us now," he said.
The Bishop of London, the Right Reverend Richard Chartres, said those who had died, as well as the injured and suffering, were of all faiths but all Londoners.
The secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, Sir Iqbal Sacranie, referred to the words of the Prophet Mohammed, which, he said, were the true words of Islam.
He also made an appeal for divisions to be avoided as a result of last week's attacks.
General Secretary of the TUC, Brendan Barber, Director of Liberty Shami Chakrabati, ITV news anchor Sir Trevor Macdonald and comedian Jo Brand were among the other speakers.
Thousands attend Trafalgar Square vigil
(Filed: 14/07/2005) - Thousands of people gathered in London's Trafalgar Square tonight to remember the victims of last Thursday's suicide bombings.
They assembled to hear speakers including Ken Livingstone, London mayor, Lord Coe and religious leaders.
Stuart Giddens, 26, of Hatfield, Herts, said: "It's really important that we show that we won't be alarmed by anything that these people can throw at us. "There are people here from every walk of life, all different types of people and the point is to show that we are stronger than them, collectively."
Mr Livingstone told the crowd that anybody who had lived through the last few days would always have entwined in their minds the sheer joy of last Wednesday's announcement that London will host the 2012 Olympics with the terrible events of the next day. "In seven years' time, when the Games begin, sitting at the front of the stadium, and watching the 200 teams that will come from every nation, will be those who were maimed but survived, and the relatives of those who died."
And he added: "Those who came here to kill last Thursday had many goals, but one was that we should turn on each other, like animals trapped in a cage, and they failed, totally and utterly."
Lord Coe, chairman of the London 2012 bid, said: "As we move forward, we will never, ever forget those who suffered so grievously last Thursday, but our efforts and actions over the next seven years are dedicated to them, and to the next generation, because the Olympic Games are not really for us, they were always meant to be for them. "We will never, ever forget the day of July 7, 2005."
Brendan Barber, general secretary of the TUC, said: "In the world of trade unionism we say that unity is strength. "Tonight, whatever our background, we are all affirming our unity. By coming together we draw strength from each other. "In unity, we are here to show our deepest sympathy for the pain and suffering caused to all of the victims of the attacks and their families and friends. "In unity we take pride in being one of the most diverse cities in the world, and whatever our race or religion we say that an attack on any of us is an attack on us all. We will not allow our workplaces and communities to be divided. "In unity we express our immense admiration and gratitude to all of those transport and emergency workers who responded with such quiet, magnificent courage.
"In unity we say that we will not be cowed by these attacks."
"The vigil will show that London will not be moved from our goal of building an open, tolerant, multi-racial and multi-cultural society showing the world its future,"
Strangely at odd with these [no doubt wise] sentiments is the fact that one of the Bombers had a multiracial Family
His friends knew him as Jermal, a likeable, quiet man who worked as a carpet-fitter, had an English wife and a baby. He lived in a small terraced house in Aylesbury. He was also, it is now believed, the fourth London suicide bomber who blew himself up on the Piccadilly line near King's Cross, killing at least 24 people.
He is said to have arrived from Huddersfield three years ago and married a local woman called Samantha Lewthwaite who had converted to Islam about a year before. She is believed to be about 21 and educated at Elmhurst Middle School and The Grange secondary school. One man who knew them said: " Samantha was very friendly with Muslim girls and, because of that friendship, wanted to convert to Islam. I think she met him through them, so you could say it was an arranged marriage." The couple are said to have been married at a friend's house.
Although both are said to be very religious, people at the town mosque said Jermal would exchange his western clothes for Islamic dress when he went to pray. He is also believed to have visited the Regent's Park Mosque in London. His wife is believed to have taken the name Sharima.
Before moving to Northern Road, the couple lived in a modern house in an estate called The Coppice on the outskirts of town where they were known to neighbours as "a pleasant couple." They used a local supermarket, where a shop assistant said: "He was such a nice guy, polite, kind and very quiet. It's just incredible he would do something like this." - excerpt from independent.co.uk
"He wasn't the sort of person who'd do this. I won't believe it until I see proof,"
- Samantha Lewthwaite
Nor will I Sam - Nor will I...
observe the political use of the concept of 'multiculturalism'
Multiculturalism has fanned the flames of Islamic extremism
Kenan Malik July 16, 2005 [excerpt]
Muslims have been in Britain in large numbers since the 1950s. Only recently has fanaticism taken hold. The first generation of immigrants faced greater hardships and more intense racism than today's Muslims do. Yet most thought of themselves as British and were proud to be here.
While that first generation often put up with racism, the second generation - my generation - challenged it head on, often leading to fierce confrontations with the police and other authorities. But however fierce those confrontations, we recognised that to fight racism we needed to find a common set of values, hopes and aspirations that united whites and non-whites, Muslims and non- Muslims, and not to separate ourselves from the rest of society.
It has been only over the past decade that radical Islam has found a hearing in Britain. Why? Partly because, in this post-ideological age, the idea that we can change society through politics has taken a battering. And partly because the idea that we should aspire to a common identity and a set of values has been eroded in the name of multiculturalism.
Over the past week, much has been said about the strength of London as a multicultural city. What makes London great, Ken Livingstone pointed out, was what the bombers most fear - a city full of people from across the globe, free to pursue their own lives. I agree, and that's why I choose to live in this city.
Multiculturalism as a lived experience enriches our lives. But multiculturalism as a political ideology has helped to create a tribal Britain with no political or moral centre.
apologies to Kenan Malik if i have misunderstood this but: What????
'Britain' with a political & moral centre???
Multiculturalism has created tribalism?
would it be more accurate to say that sectarianism has been socially engineered?
does this kind of rhetoric point to the aims of 'the Autocrats' who desire the 'centralisation of identity'? via a database state?
the nationalisation of culture...?
Shared values for the benefit of the state, one which is becoming increasingly corporate driven?
Basically what this implies is, that it doesn't matter what colour, race...religion...you are...as long as you obey the state, and their version of the truth...you will be accepted...If Not ...you will be labelled part of a 'terrorist' 'tribe'
Charles Falconer, the Secretary for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor, on Sunday rejected a suggestion that the government had previously been lax in its policies toward political refugees from Muslim countries and helped make Britain a fertile recruiting ground for Islamic terrorism.
"In terms of asylum, our policy is: If you are in fear of persecution, you are entitled to come here," the minister responded, speaking on British Broadcasting Corp. television. "Obviously, if you then seek to attack the very state that you come to, that gives rise to different questions.
"But I don't think we have been ultra-liberal. ... What we have got to do now is unify all the forces in our society, in particular in the Muslim community, against those people who are fundamentally at odds with our values." - cbsnews.com
Fascism was typified by attempts to impose state control over all aspects of life. Many scholars consider fascism to be part of, or in coalition with, extreme right politics. The definitional debates and arguments by academics over the nature of fascism, however, fill entire bookshelves. There are clearly elements of both left and right ideology in the development of Fascism.
The term fascism has come to mean any system of government resembling Mussolini's, that in various combinations:
exalts the nation, (and sometimes the race or culture) above the individual, with the state apparatus being supreme.
stresses loyalty to a single leader.
uses violence and modern techniques of propaganda and censorship to forcibly suppress political opposition.
engages in severe economic and social regimentation.
engages in syndicalist corporatism.
implements totalitarian systems.
|reinforcing Group-think? Or deconstructing it?
Herding naked people?
Art New Labor Style
On Jul 17 2005, 1700 people gather on Tyneside in the name of Spencer Tunick's artwork
here are some excerpts from one of the participants, Mitya Underwood, recollections of the day:
"Immediately after stripping off, we were all told to walk over to the other side of the Tyne for the first instalment. So clothes were left scattered in plastic bags and off we went, looking like something out of the Antz film."
"When I finally crossed what seemed like the never-ending Gateshead Millennium Bridge and started following the crowd past the Pitcher & Piano"
"Of course, Tunick was going to make us walk all the way towards the Tyne Bridge and up by Dean Street just to take a photo from another angle. And of course I would end up second row from the front."
"And then it was down into the fetal position. If you thought walking on cobbled stones with shoes on, especially stilettos, is painful, I can safely tell you it's nothing compared to kneeling down with your face two inches off the floor, yuck!"
At one point, on route to the Sage, we were given Union Flag flip-flops and a virtually see-through poncho - heaven knows why, because it wasn't raining, and the poncho wasn't giving us any privacy anyway.
"Clambering up the grassy banks of the Sage for the third instalment was a bit of a humiliation."
Lets take a look at the timing of this event...we have had a major terrorist attack...Draconian anti terror laws are being readied...The media is still hyping up the Al Queda myth...
and this artist still decides it's ok to herd naked people about through a city...
Does this scene not resonate with these images...
Just a reminder
Morning count of the prisoners.
A mass grave in the Bergen-Belsen camp
Is Tunick trying to warn us...?
Is he trying to make us ask questions about how
our designed surroundings dehumanize / rehumanize us?
Is he commenting on the relationship between humanity & an architectural infrastructure which is planned, designed & built for a function?
Is humanity laying prone to control?
Of course one should also note that the people
participating in Spencer Tunicks' artworks are doing so voluntarily
30's British Fascist Oswald Mosely...or
Tony Blair and New labour?
We always obeyed the law. Isn't that what you do in America? Even if you don't agree with a law personally, you still obey it. Otherwise life would be chaos.
Gertrude Scholtz-Klink, chief of the Women's Bureau under Hitler explaining the Jewish policy of the Nazis
The Lord Chancellor told BBC News under new laws people "attacking the values of the West" and "glorifying the acts of suicide bombers" would be imprisoned for "long periods" and "deported wherever possible", but no law could stop terrorism altogether.
When Tony Blair was first elected in 1997,|
his route to Downing Street was lined with
party supporters hastily organised to
wave flags and cheer him in.
|Undercover with New Labour
Some Democracy Huh?
In America, they call it 'astroturfing': the faking of grassroots support for a politician or a product whose popularity is on the slide.
Now it emerges that a tactic invented by US pharmaceutical firms to promote drugs - and promptly adopted by the Republicans to shore up George Bush after 9/11 - was imported to Britain to help get Tony Blair re-elected.
Model letters were drafted for them to 'write' to local papers, as if they had been spontaneously roused to complain about Michael Howard's tactics - while party staff were drafted in to represent 'local people' whom Tony Blair could meet on campaign visits. 'Spontaneous' demonstrations against rival politicians were also organised, with activists instructed to use handwritten homemade-looking placards.
Dispatches reporter Jenny Kleeman worked in Labour's London regional press office in the run-up to the election, then in its Victoria Street national war room - before her services were abruptly dispensed with. In the programme, she complains that the war room was 'one of the most macho places that I've ever worked', describing how Blair's former press chief Alastair Campbell strode across the room to give Cabinet minister Alan Milburn a high five while he was on the phone.
She was dispatched to a press conference addressed by Milburn to help 'fill out' the audience after embarrassingly few journalists turned up - and was filmed shaking hands with Tony Blair as an 'ordinary' person at a photocall. She also helped compile model letters for supporters to send to local papers, complaining that 'as someone who has worked for a number of years in the NHS', they found that Michael Howard's use of the case of pensioner Margaret Dixon - who had her shoulder operation repeatedly cancelled - had not 'accurately represented' the state of the health service. The letters later appeared virtually word for word in local newspapers, under the names of local party activists who did not declare their allegiances. - Guardian report
Don't forget to mention the Olympics, Ken
As an audibly emotional Ken Livingstone, mayor of London, took the stand as first speaker, he was greeted by a huge round of applause and an attentive crowd.
They seemed to appreciate his message of unity and his praise for London's tolerance and diversity.
He looked back to bombing campaigns London has survived in the past, and looked forward to the London Olympics in 2012.
"In seven years' time, when the Games begin, sitting at the front of the stadium, and watching the 200 teams that will come from every nation, will be those who were maimed but survived, and the relatives of those who died," he said.
"Those who came here to kill last Thursday had many goals, but one was that we should turn on each other, like animals trapped in a cage, and they failed, totally and utterly." - BBC
Rings, torch have ties to Hitler's Nazi propaganda
By William J. Kole The Associated Press
ATHENS, Greece - The most beloved emblems of the modern Olympics have a decidedly dark past.
The torch relay that culminates in the ceremonial lighting of the flame at Olympic stadium was ordered by Adolf Hitler, who tried to turn the 1936 Berlin Games into a celebration of the Third Reich.
And it was Hitler's Nazi propaganda machine that popularized the five interlocking rings as the symbol of the Games.
Today, both are universally recognized icons of the Olympics. But historians say neither had much, if anything, to do with the Games born centuries ago in Ancient Olympia.
"The torch relay is so ingrained in the modern choreography that most people today assume it was a revival of a pagan tradition - unaware that it was actually concocted for Hitler's Games in Berlin," author Tony Perrottet writes in a new book, The Naked Olympics.
A sacred flame did burn 24 hours a day at Olympia. And relay racers passed a torch to light a sacrificial cauldron at some other ancient festivals. But the ancient Greeks opened their Olympics by word of mouth, sending heralds - not torchbearers - running through the streets.
The modern tradition of spiriting the Olympic torch to the main stadium didn't become a fixture of the Games until 1936, when a 12-day run opened the Games in Berlin.
The Olympic rings, another universally recognized symbol of the games since they made their debut in 1920 at Antwerp, Belgium, have their own Nazi connection.
Originally, they were designed in 1913 by Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the IOC and father of the modern Olympic movement, for a 1914 World Olympic Congress in Paris. They were supposed to symbolize the first five Olympics, but the congress disbanded when Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in Sarajevo, triggering World War I.
Leni Riefenstahl, the Olympia filmmaker who also chronicled Hitler's rise to power, had the rings carved into a stone altar at the ancient Greek city of Delphi, spawning the myth that they were a symbol dating more than two millennia.
With Hitler's influence, the rings became part of the Nazi pageantry at Berlin - and they've come to symbolize the Olympics ever since.
Flashback: Greece 2004: Olympics "clean-up" hits city's most vulnerable inhabitants
Feature, 08/06/2004 - Athens has worked hard to present visitors of the Olympic Games 2004, and the world's media, with its best face. People living in the city have been rewarded with new sports facilities, railways and road junctions after months of dusty work on buildings and roads. However, all this has come at a price in terms of human rights.
Official figures put the number of workers killed on construction sites at 14, but unofficial estimates put the figure at 40 workers dead due to poor safety measures. Union representatives say that no accurate official figures are being kept. Many of Greece's construction workers are from Eastern Europe and South Asia.
In the months leading up to the Games, Greece was heavily criticized for the poor organization and slow preparation. There were fears that key facilities would not be finished in time for the start. All this reflected on the workers, many of whom worked long hours in dangerous conditions without protective equipment or supervision.
Greece is obliged under international law to guarantee minimum labour standards including under the Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of the International Labour Organization (ILO). The UN Human Rights Norms for Businesses set out a comprehensive list of the human rights obligations of companies, including the provision of safe and healthy working conditions.
As the building work draws to a close, the Athens authorities have put a lot of effort into cleaning up the streets. This has also meant the rounding up of homeless people from the centre of the city and sending some of them to psychiatric institutions.
"Following arrests by the police, the prosecutor issues sectioning orders that force us to lock up drug addicts, alcoholics or mentally ill people," said Michalis Yannakos, head of a trade union at Dromokaition Psychiatric Hospital.
The newly-imposed security measures also affect asylum-seekers or refugees. There are reports that the Greek authorities are asking them for particular documents that they may not be able to provide.
Robert White, the representative of the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Greece, says that they expect the legitimate border controls and security measures, being undertaken by the Government in relation to the Olympic Games, to be balanced with the provisions of access to the territory and access to fair asylum procedures for those in genuine need of refugee protection, in accordance with established international obligations.
"Some local media reports mention roundups and detentions of persons, sometimes without proper screening to identify those who may be of concern to UNHCR. We are working with the Greek government to address these and broader issues related to improvements of the asylum system and the rights of asylum-seekers and refugees."
The Ministry of Public Order is alleged to have issued a memo in support of detaining asylum-seekers in a camp in Larissa for reasons of public order and security, a measure that will seriously undermine the asylum process.
In a report published in October 2003, the UNHCR criticized Greece over detention conditions under which asylum-seekers are held.
"Many people who eventually are registered as asylum-seekers are initially detained for a three-month period for reasons of illegal entry, at various locations in the country," Robert White of the UNHCR explains. "Detention conditions are quite variable -- in some cases improved as compared to one year ago (for example Chios and Lesvos), in other cases with improvements underway (e.g. the Evros area near the border with Turkey), in still other cases, substandard."
In the run up to the Olympic Games, inmates of Korydallos Prison and five other prisons have protested against the government's decision to stop authorizing parole during the games as a security measure. Amnesty International addressed the Greek government in July 2004 about the conditions of detention in high security facilities at Korydallos Prison. The organization had received information that the conditions of detention amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment, including poor hygiene in cells; a lack of access to association, fresh air and exercise facilities; and a lack of prompt medical treatment.
The rights of a group of Romani families were abused after they signed an agreement with the mayor of the Athens suburb of Maroussi in 2002. Under the terms of the agreement, they would leave their homes in the vicinity of the Olympic Stadium construction site on the condition that they would receive subsidies to help them rent new accommodation. This was to be a temporary measure, as under the terms of the agreement, the Municipality of Maroussi also undertook to work towards their permanent rehousing.
The agreement, which affects a total of 137 people, guaranteed a monthly payment for each family with payments varying according to family size. By October 2002, they had already begun making complaints that they were not receiving payments or that the payments were erratic. Some families allege that they faced discrimination whilst looking for new accommodation and, when they did finally find a house to rent, they would lose it through lack of funds, caused by the non-punctual payment of the rent subsidies by the Maroussi Municipality.
On 8 June 2004, the Council of Europe's European Commission against Racism and Intolerance made public its Third Report on Greece, in which it criticized the Greek central administration and local authorities alike for not making all efforts necessary to improve the living conditions of Roma in Greece.
The European Commission has threatened to take legal action against five EU countries, Greece included, for being slow in bringing national laws in line with the bloc's rules against racial discrimination.
Greece has made an enormous effort to welcome athletes and visitors for the Olympic Games in renovated Athens. The country's authorities should match the Olympic principle of "fair play" in their treatment of the most vulnerable groups of its society. - amnesty.org
1936 Nazi Germany: 2008 Communist China. History repeats again.
NEW DELHI, July 20, 2001 -- The vote in Moscow was less a contest between
Toronto, Paris and Beijing than a referendum on China's reputation in the
world and on whether it's authoritarian regime could be nudged towards
tolerance. Although ideally the Olympics might be outside the bubble of
politics, China's bid is most certainly not.
The only hurdle for Chinese bid for the 2008 Olympics were Human rights
condition in Mainland China as well as Chinese occupied Tibet. While in
Moscow the members of International Olympic Committee (IOC) were sent
thousands of postcards with the famous picture of a peaceful protestor
standing against a tank in Tiananmen square, flyers showing a monk
handcuffed with the Olympic rings, posters of the Olympic five-ring logo as
five bullet holes, thousands of emails, faxes and calls. Students for a
free Tibet were one of at least two dozen organizations opposed to China's
bid. IOC members also heard from human rights, animal rights, women's right,
Russia's transnational Radical Party, Reporters without borders,
anti-abortion and environmental watchdog groups as well as the free China
Forum, the International Association of Chinese workers, the overseas
Chinese democracy coalition, the party for freedom and democracy in China,
the Wei Jing Federation, the inner Mongolian people's party and the
U.S.-Tibet Committee. But in the face of a persistent struggle and
thunderous anti-China protests in Moscow and around the globe, Beijing won
its bid by lobbying the IOC members with a woo-pee $20 million promotional
Police swept away migrants, beggars and others deemed insightfully off the
streets and into detention centers just to impress the inspectors when they
visited Beijing before the actual voting.
Since China invaded and annexed Tibet in 1949 more than 1.2 million Tibetans
have died from famine, imprisonment, torture and execution. In Tibet at the
moment, there isn't freedom of speech, religion, assembly, press, and
Tibetans are facing the worst serious crackdown on their religious freedom
in years. According to Amnesty international, a human rights watchdog group,
regardless of their Olympic bid the Chinese authorities haven't yet stopped
their crack down on Falun Gong spiritual movement. China executed at least
1,700 Falun Gong followers in the last three months, which is, in fact much
more than the rest of the world put together in the last three years.
According to IOC there were two ways to deal with the problem. One would be
to sanction China by not awarding the games and the other would be to bet on
the Olympics improving China's Human rights. But the big question was why
the IOC was looking at human rights AFTER the vote and not BEFORE it.
It is clear that when the international community does not particularly
consider human rights in its relationship with China, prejudice and
repression only increases.
During the Olympics the beach volleyball will be played on Tiananmen square,
where hundreds of democracy devoted, peaceful students were once butchered.
This will be a clear mock on their memorable sacrifices. Apart from that,
international athletes wouldn't be so proud of competing on sport stadiums,
which were the last places where many of those condemned to death were taken
to be subjected to ritual public humiliation in front of huge crowds, just
before being executed. Literally, the athletes will be awarded blood medals.
IOC members should be responsible enough to make sure that China doesn't
uses the Olympic motto Citius-Altius-Fortius (faster-higher-stronger) on
their Human rights abuses.
"The decision by the IOC goes towards justifying a repressive political
system that each day flouts freedom and violates human rights," said Loncle,
a member of French Prime Minister's socialist party after learning that
Beijing had won the bid, "following the example of Nazi Germany in 1936 and
the Soviet Union in 1980, Communist China will use (the games) as a powerful
propaganda instrument destined to consolidate its hold on power", he added.
With the 2008 Olympics, Beijing gets the stamp of international approval on
its human rights abuses and would also signify approval of its vicious
authoritarian regime and its occupation of Tibet. A country that flagrantly
violates International laws should not have been acknowledged with such an
honor and distinction of being an Olympic host.
IOC members now stands responsible for Human rights violation in China and
Chinese occupied Tibet for the next seven years or even further if the
worlds most crowded nation doesn't plays by rule.
[Thupten N Chakrishar is a member of Students for a free Tibet. Thupten has
won the US-based International Society of poets 'World Champion Amateur
source - Thupten N Chakrishar
Western Cultural values are a myth:
take a look at this map:
New York is in the East...
take a look at this map:
New York is in the West.
Now, which is east and which is west?
witness the coded linguistic programming
The graphic representation of communications
via visual & written language
'western syntax, utilises an alphabet derived from the Arabic...but...
'Western' culture reads from left to right & 'Arabic' culture reads for right to left
while Chinese, Sino-Asian Cultures use calligriphised Symbols to signify concepts
Empirical use of this linguistic programming
has enabled the enforcement of identity via association
to the 'cultural' products/output from each zone...[NATIONAL IDENTITY & PRIDE]
Each zone is taught to identify with certain indoctrinated traits which
are then politically promoted
and associated with a value system...
Our cultural identity is built via a political process...social engineering.
An Entire world popualtion has been duped into believing there is a 'west' and an 'east'
and that these zones have a strict set of 'values' which are a 'Natural phenomena.'
This is in fact a globally programmed three way polarity, which seeks to control
its own populations as part of a bigger scenario
It is these definitions of 'civilisation' by these three Empires
which has culminated in the current strange & confusing, World geo-political situation.
In reality no such oppositions exist...and, the many worlds poor and disenfranchised
are being programmed & played INTO WARS so a minority of Elite can stay in control
Now ask yourself: What is this thing called Globalisation...?
after all...In reality the globe is spinning...in a continuum,
on a wobbly axis, powered by the sun...
and we are ALL part of it...
Globalisation is a process...a power grab by the Elite and their Industrial
Cartel...it is a conspiracy to enslave the ENTIRE WORLD POPULATION
within a Globally controlled POLICE STATE ...
a POLICE STATE, which, has it's power to rule, enabled, by our own willing slavery to a corporate cartel.