On Saturday, August 24th, Boston remembered the 86h anniversary of the execution of Italian anarchist immigrants Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.The Boston local of The Industrial Workers of the World where there in support. Sacco and Vanzetti’s trial is widely regarded as one of the greatest miscarriages of justice in American history.
After years of embarrassing denial, the AFL-CIO recently took its first baby step in addressing the crisis that has engulfed organized labor: it recognized there was a problem. In the run up to its national convention in early September in Los Angles, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka recently admitted that “what we’ve been doing isn’t working,” and consequently announced a new strategy that was, supposedly, a revolutionary break from the previously-failed strategy of organized labor.
If Bradley Manning showed the U.S. Military’s indifference to arbitrary slaughter by U.S. personnel well that is how the Old Testament lays out the ground rules in the Middle East. It’s NOT the Pentagon’s fault the New Testament had some other ideals that claimed all of mankind was part of God’s family. Still it seems apparent why there was so much adamant secrecy about sharing God’s secrets—since it seems kind of obvious Eden was not the psychological paradise it was purported to have been by the propaganda back then. More importantly despite there being religious precepts too often leaders of countries do whatever they want irrespective of what legal or moral codes should apply—and this goes for both Israel and the United States—so maybe the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil means leaders can act like arbitrary Gods while expecting their subjects to follow rules?