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Pfc. Bradley E. Manning’s Statement for the Providence Inquiry

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Bradley-ManningThe statement below was read by Private First Class Bradley E. Manning at the providence inquiry for his formal plea of guilty to one specification under Article 92 with a substituted time frame for the offense, and nine specifications for lesser included offenses under Article 134. He pled not guilty to 12 other specifications. This transcript was taken by journalist Alexa O’Brien at the Article 39(a) session of United States v. Pfc. Bradley Manning on February 28, 2013 at Fort Meade, MD, USA.

Judge Lind: Pfc. Manning you may read your statement.

Pfc. Bradley Manning: Yes, your Honor. I wrote this statement in the confinement facility. The following facts are provided in support of the providence inquiry for my court martial, United States v. Pfc. Bradley E. Manning. Continue reading Pfc. Bradley E. Manning’s Statement for the Providence Inquiry

¿Qué piensan algunos economistas sobre la crisis y la realidad actual del capitalismo?

Alberto Rabilotta

(Parte I de II)

Lo peor de la crisis ha pasado, nos dicen banqueros, funcionarios y políticos nacionales y supranacionales que nunca perdieron un empleo porque jamás trabajaron en una fábrica o una oficina por un salario que apenas alcanza para vivir. Con esto, como vimos en el Foro del gran capital en Davos, nos están diciendo que los planes de austeridad han funcionado, que el creciente desempleo es parte de la solución y no el problema, que hay que seguir despidiendo trabajadores y empleados, hacer que el empleo sea más precario para poder seguir bajando los salarios, acortando las vacaciones, aplastando la resistencia sindical donde aún existe, cortando las pensiones y programas sociales, etcétera. Continue reading ¿Qué piensan algunos economistas sobre la crisis y la realidad actual del capitalismo?

La deuda externa, la pérdida de la Libertad y Soberanía, y como recuperarlas definitivamente

La deuda externa, la pérdida de la Libertad y Soberanía,
y como recuperarlas definitivamente
Javier Llorens,
Diciembre 2012″

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Even the indians have ID

Pachakuti, Isla del Sol, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia : 21/12/2012

Even the indians have ID
Dateline: the end of no-time, 21/12/2012
Tony Phillips

We arrived in a military transport with the Bolivian Naval Band just after dawn. 70 musicians and thirty civilians, five of them journalists. Neither the band nor the journalists were accustomed to beginning their day at four AM at 4000 metres above sea level. Most slept across the highest lake in the world until we entered Kona Bay. It was lined with military tents and marching soldiers; happy to see us, but whose eyes really lit up when breakfast was served. Continue reading Pachakuti, Isla del Sol, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia : 21/12/2012

¿Libertad o soberanía herida?

Abajo está un artículo del grupo ENADE que trata de algo increíble que pasó en África hace un rato donde un fondo buitre de los EEUU capturó un barco naval pacifico de la fuerza naval argentina. No es cualquier fondo buitre sino uno de los más sucios del Sr. Paul Singer conservador republicano EEUU fundador de Elliott y NML con sedes en el Caribé, uno de los hombres más insidioso de los mil-millonarios republicanos de los EE.UU. 

Es un insulto al estado soberano argentino y no debería pagar ni un centavo al estado corrupto de Accra.

EL EMBARGO DE LA FRAGATA “LIBERTAD” Continue reading ¿Libertad o soberanía herida?

Whats happening in (Que pasa en) Madrid?

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Beyond Patzers and Clients Strategic Reflections on Climate Change and the ‘Green Economy’

Beyond Patzers and Clients Strategic Reflections on Climate Change and the ‘Green Economy’

Larry Lohmannhttp://www.thecornerhouse.org.uk/sites/thecornerhouse.org.uk/files/Patzers%20and%20Clients%2019.pdf

Chess freaks have a word for it. In the insulting, machista idiom of the traditional chess world, it’s called “being a patzer”.

Patzer: an amateurish blunderer, probably from the German patzen, to bungle.

One mark of the patzer is to fall into avoidable traps: to walk into fool’s mate, grab the poisoned pawn, neglect strategic development in favor of quick gains. Continue reading Beyond Patzers and Clients Strategic Reflections on Climate Change and the ‘Green Economy’

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$80-trillion urban boost for mining projected – Anglo

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Martin Creamer of Mining Weekly writes about the numbers that make the owners of the minimg sector (including energy of course) wet themsselves for future share prices. If this unsustainable model of “development” and consumption spreads across the planet we shall hundreds of thousands of new tower blocks of constructions and the slums that come with them to build and build then to fix, rebult, heat etc… etc… The proress is endless. Theis development model makes mining a very lucrative industry. Here are some of the numbers behind the theories of development and the profitability of Mining

JOHANNESBURG: SOUTH AFRICA  http://miningweekly.com/

Projections to 2025 point to cities around the world constructing the equivalent of the entire land area of Austria – 80 000 km2 – in residential and commercial floor space, which would require $80-trillion worth of investment. Continue reading $80-trillion urban boost for mining projected – Anglo

Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining

 

August 1st Continental day of ActionAuthor: Sandra Cuffe
Day of Action organizers speak out about repression, connections, solidarity

VANCOUVER CANADA —From Canada to Argentina, preparations are well underway for the Continental Day of Action Against Canadian Mega Resource Extraction on August 1.

Dozens of organizations have signed a call for the day of protest in solidarity with communities impacted by Canadian extractive industries. The event is meant to highlight the dominance of the Canadian mining industry worldwide. Their demands range from divestment to putting people before profit.

But some activists in North America argue that the serious repression accompanying Canadian mining around the world requires going further than those initial demands. They say that acknowledgment, a sense of urgency and a deeper strategic analysis for concrete local action are also needed. Communities and organizers resisting extractive industry projects in Latin America continue to face displacement, harassment, threats, and death, often dismissed as part of unrelated violence and conflicts. Continue reading Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining