Ce poate invata machiavelismul (inca?) relativ, de la cel absolut

Ce poate invata machiavelismul (inca?) relativ, de la cel absolut


…Organele de ordine au instaurat prezumtia de vinovatie si au tratat cu brutalitate orice persoana cu insemne anti-NATO

Bucurestiul summitului NATO – un oras mizerabil, cenusiu, pustiu si dominat de paranoia autoritatilor. Majoritatea cadrelor au fost realizate pe ascuns, pentru ca expresia cea mai utilizata in aceasta perioada este ‘nu aveti voie’…

…dar sigur:

CSAT a decis inaintea Summitului NATO de la Bucuresti sa inlesneasca accesul SRI la serverele operatorilor de telefonie si internet …Potrivit Mediafax, Hotararea CSAT din data de 25 martie 2008 are caracter secret si a fost comunicata exclusiv institutiilor interesate, acestea avand obligatia de a o pune in aplicare in regim de urgenta…

…In 25 martie 2008, CSAT, sub comanda presedintelui, a decis in secret ca toti operatorii de telefonie si Internet sa-si puna serverele la dispozitia SRI spre interceptare …Basescu si premierul Tariceanu si-au dat mana pentru intarirea statului politienesc…Daca pana acum exista o suspiciune ca serviciile secrete ne asculta, cu mandat sau fara, prin hotararea CSAT se risipeste practic orice posibilitate de a avea parte de o minima confidentialitate a discutiilor telefonice sau a schimburilor de informatii prin orice alt mijloc electronic…

…inapoi la “argument”:

…Terrorists can only be stopped, Bush says, if Bush has the right to spy on everyone without any oversight by courts…

Bush Regime Preaches Democracy, Proposes Tyranny by Paul Craig Roberts

…Here is a short list of the Bush administration’s crimes:

  • – Spying without court warrants on Americans in violation of both the US Constitution and the FISA statute.
  • – The denial of habeas corpus, attorney-client privilege, due process, and Geneva Conventions protections to those, American or foreign, designated without evidence as terrorists or enemy combatants.
  • – The justification and use of torture to coerce confessions and the kidnapping of foreign nationals who are sent to be tortured in foreign prisons.
  • – The initiation of military aggression against states based on intentional deception by the Bush administration of the US public and the United Nations, and the intentional fabrication of “evidence” to justify unprovoked aggression against sovereign states, which is a war crime under the Nuremberg standard established by the US.
  • – Violation of the oath of office to defend the US Constitution by practically every member of the Bush administration and Congress.
  • – Bush has assaulted the separation of powers and the rule of law with “signing statements” and “executive orders” that President Nixon’s White House Counsel John Dean says are commands that treat the co-equal branches of government and the electorate as subservient to executive authority. In April 2006, Boston Globe reporter Charlie Savage listed 750 laws “challenged” by the Bush administration. Not even the demonized president of Iran claims to be above the law.
  • – Genocide against the people of Iraq where one million Iraqis have died as a result of Bush’s invasion and several million Iraqis are displaced persons. Massive civilian casualties in Afghanistan, which is a form of genocide in which military force is routinely applied to unarmed noncombatants. Massive corruption in which no-bid contracts are issued to Republican corporations in exchange for kickbacks to political campaigns.
  • – The theft of two national elections as documented in books by Mark Crispin Miller and Greg Palast.

The Bush administration has even conducted Stalinist show trials…

… The cruel war and the deceptive vocabulary that protects it are a cover for expanding US and Israeli hegemony in the Middle East and for constructing a functioning police state at home…

…Today, [U.S.] Congress is almost as superfluous as the Roman Senate under the Caesars. On Feb. 13 the U.S. Senate barely passed a bill banning torture, and the White House promptly announced that President Bush would veto it. Torture is now the American way. The U.S. Senate was only able to muster 51 votes against torture, an indication that almost a majority of U.S. senators support torture. Bush says that his administration does not torture. So why veto a bill prohibiting torture? Bush seems proud to present America to the world as a torturer

(Dreptul la “replica”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp4vLBvU1bA)

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