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Nader, Kucinich & McKinney : Les derniers Americains ?

Soyons magnanime et ajoutons l’inn?fable clown libertaire du GOP r?publicain Ron Paul qui a, au moins, la gr?ce de d?noncer le coup d’?tat ?conomique de 1913 de la « Federal Reserve » amerloque. Voir le documentaire « From Freedom to Fascism » de Aaron Russo.


« Si le concept de libert? signifie quoi que ce soit , c’est bien celui d’avoir le droit de dire au public ce qu’il ne veut pas entendre.  » – George Orwell


Si les lois appliqu?es au proc?s de Nuremberg l’?taient ? tous les pr?sidents am?ricains post 2i?me guerre ; ils auraient tous ?t?s pendus » – Noam Chomsky


« ?a n’a aucune importance pour qui l’on vote- les deux formations politiques ne sont en fait qu’une seule qui repr?sente les int?r?ts de 4% de la population. » – Gore Vidal

Faisons m?me abstraction du fait que la grande majorit? du vote s’effectuera sur des machines de Diebold et copains exposant ainsi la d?mocratie am?ricaine pour la sinistre et cynique farce qu’elle est devenue sous le r?gime proto- fasciste de la junte Bush/Cheney.




« McCain will make Cheney look like Gandhi » – Pat Buchanan


As long as people believe that our so-called leaders are well-intentioned, the leaders can, and do, get away with murder. Literally.

Pendant ce temps, « big media et small america » traitent Nader, Kucinich, McKinney et Paul comme…euh… de la marde ?

Il semble pour nos ma?tres (voir le clip HIGHEST BIDDER) le droit ? la dissidence ne soit pas une « premi?re priorit? » 😉

NOTE : La section de commentaires de certains sites webs offre une qualit? de prose politique hors du commun et souvent plus r?v?latrice que le travail de nombreux journalistes professionnels.


(D?sol? de l’unilinguisme anglo mais je n’ai ni le temps ni l’expertise pour traduire de fa?on ? ne pas trahir l’esprit de la lettre 😉

Dear hysterical Democrats,

Why are you so arrogant as to assume that all Americans left of center are on your side ?

Why do you think that just because you have a candidate or two who makes nice speeches about change and is not a War Pig Republican that all of a sudden everyone on the left owes your candidate allegiance ?

Why do you continue to live under this collective fantasy that people who voted for Nader would have voted for your little corporate whore puppet candidates even if you held guns to our heads ?

You scream and moan about Nader and his supporters as if we actually have something in common with you.

News Flash : We don’t. You are collaborationist supporters of an Imperial War Party that is part and parcel of the corporate oligarchy that is ruining this country and indeed, the entire planet. And since you are a bunch of do-nothings during non-elections years you can…

Take your whining and piss off. You have no right to lecture us on how to vote and who gets to run for president.

Most of you were sitting on the couch doing NOTHING while Bill Clinton and the big money Dems implemented a Republican economic and foreign policy agenda in the 1990’s.

If you ask me your vitriolic hatred for Mr. Nader and his supporters has more to do over all your guilt at being election year activists (and that in name and internet blather only) and doing nothing while the Dems fiddled during the sack of America and the planet by Corporate War-Mongering Huns.

Sorry, but for those of us who were trying to make change (and not just with nice speeches, either) during the Corporate reign of terror of the 90’s, we get to vote for who we want to. We don’t need a bunch of spineless liberals (who stood by and let the Dems promote NAFTA, the WTO, the Salvage Rider, the decade long intermittent bombing of Iraq, the savage exploitation of Appalachia and poor people everywhere, and countess other crimes against humanity and the planet) tell us who to vote for or make us feel guilty for not falling in line with the great liberal hallucination of change through Corporate controlled Politics.

Stop acting like we are some wayward leftists who need to shepherded or guilt tripped back into the fold. Your folds sucks and gets nothing done and I won’t play along no matter how much you whine, complain, cajole or even make threats.

The radicals owe you nothing. We will pay you nothing (in votes or support or whatever) and we will vote our consciences when and where we please.

All this whining and hand-ringing is pathetic anyway. If you really support the Dems, get out from in front of your computer and go register people to vote and take whatever measures you feel are necessary to prevent the massive voter fraud that happened in 2000 and 2004 from happening again. That fraud accounted for more of a vote count difference between Corporate Whore Number One and his « opposition » than all the far left votes put together.

Have a nice day and please stop whining – it is unbecoming of Citizens of free will and it makes all you look like a bunch of complaining whining spineless do nothing conservative talk radio listeners.

In addition, I am predicting the Nader or another third party candidate like Cynthia McKinney, will do BETTER than Nader in 2000 !

I do not know who I am voting for yet, but it sure as hell is unlikely to be the Democrapic shill, no matter who he or she is…

Posted by PILULE 02/26/2008 @ 12:26pm

« I again recommend a law prohibiting all corporations from contributing to the campaign expenses of any party.… Let individuals contribute as they desire ; but let us prohibit in effective fashion all corporations from making contributions for any political purpose, directly or indirectly. » Teddy Roosevelt added, « The fortunes amassed through corporate organization are now so large, and vest such power in those that wield them, as to make it a matter of necessity to give to the sovereign — that is, to the Government, which represents the people as a whole — some effective power of supervision over their corporate use. In order to insure a healthy social and industrial life, every big corporation should be held responsible by, and be accountable to, some sovereign strong enough to control its conduct. » – Theodore Roosevelt

« A small group had concentrated into their own hands an almost complete control over other people’s property, other people’s money, other people’s labor — other people’s lives. For too many of us life was no longer free ; liberty no longer real ; men could no longer follow the pursuit of happiness. » – Franklin Roosevelt

“The citizen who sees his society’s democratic clothes being worn out and does not cry it out, is not a patriot, but a traitor.” – Mark Twain



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  1. avatar
    François Marginean

    Salut JF,

    Bon sujet soulevé ici. Le cirque des fausses élections en encore en branle, et les médias nous poussent les mêmes poubelles marionnettes de l’establishment pendant que les vrais patriotes pro-peuple sont ignorés.

    Le plus triste, c’est la quantité de gens qui croient encore à toute cette illusion que nous avons le choix et quelque pouvoir dans la structure actuelle de notre système. Je dis ça de cette façon parce qu’en réalité nous SOMMES le pouvoir, mais on a oublié et on dort au gaz.

    Mais j’ai confiance, beaucoup de gens lucides se manifestent et je vois le peuple se réveiller et s’informer de plus en plus.

    Mais on est encore loin de la fougue, l’impétuosité que nos ancêtres avaient. Le Québec doit entreprendre sa deuxième révolution, celle de l’esprit et reprendre contrôle de son présent et futur.