On the day when hundreds of intellectuals coming from every continent are meeting in Havana to take part in an International Conference for World Equilibrium on the date of José Marti’s birth, on that same day, by some strange quirk, the President of the United States spoke
The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) is fielding a slate of candidates in the 2008 U.S. presidential elections: Gloria La Riva for President and Eugene Puryear for Vice President. The La Riva/Puryear campaign demands immediate action to stop global warming. We call for mandatory emissions controls on big corporate polluters.
The maneuver worked: "Exactly on June the18th, 2001, the case was removed from the list of trials. On July 2, due to the internal changes in court, the case was redistributed, "falling in the hands of another judge.
There is one and only one documented case of a Bush administration attempt at a follow-up 9/11, and it was perpetrated against Congressman Ron Paul's 14th Congressional District in Texas, against the Texas City BP refinery. It occurred on 1/31/06 -- 2 years ago -- and it is finally about to be discussed.
It is hard to pick a place to start in terms of talking about the most outrageous lies that the Bush administration and the 9/11 Commission have presented to the people in this country as a reason to attack Afghanistan and Iraq and to launch a "fake war on terror".
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by repost: Wayne Price- NEFAC- NYC (Written as Personal Opinion)
29 Jan 2008
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Part 1: The contradictory meanings of "communism"
This section discusses "communism" both as a society of freedom and as one of totalitarianism. What Bakuknin, Kropotkin, and Marx had meant by communism and how this term was changed by the Leninists.
Part 2 : It is Not the Label but the Content Which Matters
This section argues that we have the industrial potential for full communism, but there remain difficulties such as the need to reorganize technology and to appropriately industrialize the "Third World." This raises the need for some sort of phasing-in of communism.