Might does not make right. Might creates terrorism, fear and misery in both persecuted and persecutor.<
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Quotations from famous Americans about North American Indian peoples during the 19th century remind me of Sharon’s own rhetoric concerning Palestinians.
americans, this is the beginning of the end. if what is planned goes ahead at najaf, your common soldier is no longer doing a job, he’s a war criminal. and all of you who support bush – or don’t fight his government tooth and nail – collaborate in the crime. in a democracy, citizens must bear responsibility for their government.
And the satellite news says the cease-fire is holding and George Bush says to the troops on Easter Sunday that, “I know what we’re doing in Iraq is right.” Shooting unarmed men in the back outside their family home is right? Shooting grandmothers with white flags is right? Shooting at women and children who are fleeing their homes is right? Firing at ambulances is right?
Truly with Saskia Hölbling we are in Martha Graham’s world of a cult of personality for a certain wild genius. I am happy to indulge that trope. But in that case please give me wild, please give me genius and not tame loafing.
since yesterday’s speech in new north side baptist church his life is in grave danger, both before and after the upcoming presidential election.
Wait a minute, I can hear you saying after reading this headline. The EU has just fined Microsoft 500 milllion euros and has demanded that they open certain API’s to other software makeres. Actually the monetary fine is negligeable. Microsoft scoffs back $32 billion per year. This amounts to less than two per cent of annual revenue for a fine which covers almost a decade of miscreance. The equivalent is of a factory owner pouring contaminants into the communal revenue who prefers to pay the small fines and keep doing his dirty business.
vienna is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, whether you are in the city or looking at it from outside. here is a look down at vienna from two nights ago. for those who know the city, i am in kahlenberg. it’s a forty five minute ride from downtown on a mountain bike. and last night, a little later.