Freitag, 23. Mai 2008

0805-30 / Anleitung um Revolutionen zu machen

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Übersetzung des Teils Safran-Revolution in Myanmar wird noch bearbeitet

Warum der Zyklon Myanmar zerstörte
und die

Inszenierte Revolutionen zur "Demokratisierung"

aber die Gebrauchsanleitung funktioniert

auch in der anderen Richtung !




Die Dachorganisation CIA alimentiert das National Endowment for Democracy und dieses wiederum bedient sich der Dienste eines gewissen Gene Sharp, der mit seinem Team einen Verfahrensablauf für Regierungsumstürze durch sogenannte gemachte Revolutionen entwickelte.

So waren die Studentenproteste mit der nachfolgenden Niederschlagung der Revolte ein Werk von Gene Sharp: die Revolte in China auf den Tiananmen-Platz.

Aber auch die Unruhen in Myanmar am 8. August vergangenen Jahres, als die Bevölkerung revoltierte. Als äußerer Anlaß diente die tatkräftige Hilfe des IMF / IWF - dort wo der, der heute in Deutschland Präsident spielt, Direktor war: Horst Köhler. Durch den IMF wurden die Nahrungsmittelpreise derart erhöht, so daß die Unzufriedenheit der Bevölkerung nur noch eines gekonnten Anstoßes bedurfte - und für diesen Anstoß sorgte das National Endowment for Democracy - vertreten durch die Albert Einstein Institution (www.aeinstein.org) (Achtung das Herunterladen des pdf-files scheint mit einem Trojaner verbunden zu sein!).

Durch den Einsatz von US-NGOs zwecks Herbeiführung eines Staatsstreiches in Myanmar war auch die dortige Militärregierung anläßlich des Zyklons wenig dazu bereit, ausländische Provokateure in das Land zu lassen. Der Zyklon war übrigens made in USA mittels der HAARP-Technologie. Zu den Provokateuren zähle ich nicht nur die aus den USA - sondern auch die "BRD" hat darin geschulte Leute - ganz besonders die Stiftung einer "Buchgemeinschaft".

Ein weiteres Werk von Gene Sharp waren die Unruhen jetzt kürzlich in Tibet, die darauf abzielten, zu einem Boykott der Olympiade in Beijing zu führen. Es war KEIN Aufstand der tibetischen Bevölkerung - es war inszeniert vom AEI - Albert Einstein Institut, das seine Finanzierung vom NED erhält. Verlängert wurde das Theater durch das Taktieren des Lügen-Nobelpreisträgers Dalai Lama. Die gesamten Proteste während des Fackellaufes wurden ebenfalls von US-NGOs organisiert. Daß in Deutschland die deutsche Schande, gemeint ist das geMerkel, auf US-Linie lag, sollte die Leser hier nicht erstaunen.

Weitere Werke von Gene Sharp mit seinem Albert Einstein Institut (welch nobler und unverfänglicher Name !!) waren die Revolutionen von OTPOR in Jugoslawien, die Rosenrevolution in Georgien, die Orangene Revolution inder Ukraine, die versuchte Revolution in Weißrussland (dort war die Regierung von Lukaschenko jedoch bereits gewarnt).

Dies stellt eindeutig eine verdeckte Kriegsführung dar. Die Länder, in denen die "Revolutionen" von Gene Sharp erfolgreich waren, haben heute eine Diktatur von US-Gnaden. Das Ziel bleibt immer das gleiche: die Errichtung EINER einzigen Weltregierung.


Gefunden: wird noch übersetzt (WICHTIG) :


http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/IJ17Ae01.html

The geopolitical stakes of 'Saffron Revolution
'By F William Engdahl
There are facts and then there are facts. Take the case of the recent mass protests in Burma or Myanmar, depending on which name you prefer to call the former British colony. First it's a fact which few will argue that the present military dictatorship of the reclusive General Than Shwe is right up there when it comes to world-class tyrannies. It's also a fact that Myanmar enjoys one of the world's lowest general living standards. Partly as a result of the ill-conceived 100% to 500% price hikes in gasoline and other fuels in August, inflation, the nominal trigger for the mass protests led by saffron-robed Buddhist monks, is unofficially estimated to have risen by 35%. Ironically the demand to establish "market" energy prices came from the IMF and World Bank.


The UN estimates that the population of some 50 million inhabitants spend up to 70% of their monthly income on food alone. The recent fuel price hike makes matters unbearable for tens of millions. Myanmar is also deeply involved in the world narcotics trade, ranking only behind Hamid Karzai's Afghanistan as a source for heroin. As well, it is said to be Southeast Asia's largest producer of methamphetamines. This is all understandable powder to unleash a social explosion of protest against the regime. It is also a fact that the Myanmar military junta is on the hit list of US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and the Bush administration for its repressive ways. Has the Bush leopard suddenly changed his spots? Or is there a more opaque agenda behind Washington's calls to impose severe economic and political sanctions on the regime?


Here some not-so-publicized facts help. Behind the recent CNN news pictures of streams of monks marching in the streets of the former capital city, Yangon, calling for more democracy, is a battle of major geopolitical consequence.


The major actors


The tragedy of Myanmar, whose land area is about the size of George W Bush's Texas, is that its population is being used as a human stage prop in a drama scripted in Washington by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), the George Soros Open Society Institute, Freedom House and Gene Sharp's Albert Einstein Institution, a US intelligence asset used to spark "non-violent" regime change around the world on behalf of the US strategic agenda. Myanmar's "Saffron Revolution", like the Ukraine "Orange Revolution" or the Georgia "Rose Revolution" and the various color revolutions instigated in recent years against strategic states surrounding Russia, is a well-orchestrated exercise in Washington-run regime change, down to the details of "hit-and-run" protests with "swarming" mobs of monks in saffron, Internet blogs, mobile SMS links between protest groups, well-organized protest cells which disperse and re-form.


CNN made the blunder during a September broadcast of mentioning the active presence of the NED behind the protests in Myanmar. In fact the US State Department admits to supporting the activities of the NED in Myanmar. The NED is a US government-funded "private" entity whose activities are designed to support US foreign policy objectives, doing today what the CIA did during the Cold War. As well, the NED funds Soros' Open Society Institute in fostering regime change in Myanmar. In an October 30, 2003 press release the State Department admitted, "The United States also supports organizations such as the National Endowment for Democracy, the Open Society Institute and Internews, working inside and outside the region on a broad range of democracy promotion activities." It all sounds very self-effacing and noble of the State Department. Is it though? In reality the US State Department has recruited and trained key opposition leaders from numerous anti-government organizations in Myanmar. It has poured the relatively huge sum (for Myanmar) of more than $2.5 million annually into NED activities in promoting regime change in Myanmar since at least 2003. The US regime change effort, its Saffron Revolution, is being largely run, according to informed reports, out of the US Consulate General in bordering Chaing Mai, Thailand. There activists are recruited and trained, in some cases directly in the US, before being sent back to organize inside Myanmar. The US's NED admits to funding key opposition media including the New Era Journal, Irrawaddy and the Democratic Voice of Burma radio. The concert-master of the tactics of Saffron monk-led non-violence regime change is Gene Sharp, founder of the deceptively-named Albert Einstein Institution in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a group funded by an arm of the NED to foster US-friendly regime change in key spots around the world. Sharp's institute has been active in Myanmar since 1989, just after the regime massacred some 3,000 protestors to silence the opposition. CIA special operative and former US military attache in Rangoon, Col Robert Helvey, an expert in clandestine operations, introduced Sharp to Myanmar in 1989 to train the opposition there in non-violent strategy.


Interestingly, Sharp was also in China two weeks before the dramatic events at Tiananmen Square. Why Myanmar now?A relevant question is why the US government has such a keen interest in fostering regime change in Myanmar at this juncture. We can dismiss rather quickly the idea that it has genuine concern for democracy, justice, human rights for the oppressed population there.


Iraq and Afghanistan are sufficient testimony to the fact Washington's paean to democacy is propaganda cover for another agenda. The question is, what would lead to such engagement in such a remote place as Myanmar? Geopolitical control seems to be the answer - control ultimately of the strategic sea lanes from the Persian Gulf to the South China Sea. The coastline of Myanmar provides naval access in the proximity of one of the world's most strategic water passages, the Strait of Malacca, the narrow ship passage between Malaysia and Indonesia. The Pentagon has been trying to militarize the region since September 11, 2001 on the argument of defending against possible terrorist attack. The US has managed to gain an airbase on Banda Aceh, the Sultan Iskandar Muda Air Force Base, on the northernmost tip of Indonesia. The governments of the region, including Myanmar, however, have adamantly refused US efforts to militarize the region. A glance at the map will confirm the strategic importance of Myanmar.


The Strait of Malacca, linking the Indian and Pacific Oceans, is the shortest sea route between the Persian Gulf and China. It is the key chokepoint in Asia. More than 80% of all China's oil imports are shipped by tankers passing the Malacca Strait. The narrowest point is the Phillips Channel in the Singapore Strait, only 1.5 miles wide at its narrowest. Each day, more than 12 million barrels in oil supertankers pass through this narrow passage, most en route to the world's fastest-growing energy market, China, or to Japan. If the strait were closed, nearly half of the world's tanker fleet would be required to sail further. Closure would immediately raise freight rates worldwide. More than 50,000 vessels per year transit the Strait of Malacca. The region from Maynmar to Banda Aceh in Indonesia is fast becoming one of the world's most strategic chokepoints.
Who controls those waters controls China's energy supplies. That strategic importance of Myanmar has not been lost on Beijing. Since it became clear to China that the US was hell-bent on a unilateral militarization of the Middle East oil fields in 2003, Beijing has stepped up its engagement in Myanmar. Chinese energy and military security, not human rights concerns, drives their policy. In recent years Beijing has poured billions of dollars in military assistance into Myanmar, including fighter, ground-attack and transport aircraft; tanks and armored personnel carriers; naval vessels and surface-to-air missiles. China has built up Myanmar railroads and roads and won permission to station its troops in Myanmar. China, according to Indian defense sources, has also built a large electronic surveillance facility on Myanmar's Coco Islands and is building naval bases for access to the Indian Ocean. In fact Myanmar is an integral part of what China terms its "string of pearls", its strategic design of establishing military bases in Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia in order to counter US control over the Strait of Malacca chokepoint.
There is also energy on and offshore of Myanmar, and lots of it. The gas fields of MyanmarOil and gas have been produced in Myanmar since the British set up the Rangoon Oil Company in 1871, later renamed Burmah Oil Co. The country has produced natural gas since the 1970s, and in the 1990s it granted gas concessions to the foreign companies ElfTotal of France and Premier Oil of the UK in the Gulf of Martaban. Later Texaco and Unocal (now Chevron) won concessions at Yadana and Yetagun as well. Yadana alone has an estimated gas reserve of more than 5 trillion cubic feet and an expected life of at least 30 years. Yetagun is estimated to have about a third the gas of the Yadana field. In 2004 a large new gas field, Shwe field, off the coast of Arakan, was discovered. By 2002 both Texaco and Premier Oil withdrew from the Yetagun project following UK government and non-governmental pressure. Malaysia's Petronas bought Premier's 27% stake. By 2004 Myanmar was exporting Yadana gas via pipeline to Thailand, worth $1 billion annually to the Myanmar regime.
In 2005 China, Thailand and South Korea invested in expanding the Myanmar oil and gas sector, with export of gas to Thailand rising 50%. Gas export today is Myanmar's most important source of income. Yadana was developed jointly by ElfTotal, Unocal, PTT-EP of Thailand and Myanmar's state MOGE, operated by ElfTotal. Yadana supplies some 20% of Thai natural gas needs. Today the Yetagun field is operated by Malaysia's Petronas along with MOGE, Japan's Nippon Oil and PTT-EP. The gas is piped onshore where it links to the Yadana pipeline. Gas from the Shwe field is to come on line in 2009. China and India have been in strong contention over the Shwe gas field reserves.
India loses, China wins
This past summer Myanmar signed a memorandum of understanding with PetroChina to supply large volumes of natural gas from reserves of the Shwe gasfield in the Bay of Bengal. The contract runs for 30 years. India was the main loser. Myanmar had earlier given India a major stake in two offshore blocks to develop gas to have been transmitted via pipeline through Bangladesh to India's energy-hungry economy. Political bickering between India and Bangladesh brought the Indian plans to a standstill. China took advantage of the stalemate. It simply trumped India with an offer to invest billions in building a strategic China-Myanmar oil and gas pipeline across Myanmar from Myanmar's deepwater port at Sittwe in the Bay of Bengal to Kunming in China's Yunnan province, a stretch of more than 2,300 kilometers. China plans an oil refinery in Kumming as well. What the Myanmar-China pipelines will allow is routing of oil and gas from Africa (Sudan among other sources) and the Middle East (Iran, Saudi Arabia) without depending on the vulnerable chokepoint of the Malacca Strait.
Myanmar becomes China's "bridge" linking Bangladesh and countries westward to the China mainland independent of any possible future moves by Washington to control the strait. India's dangerous alliance shiftIt's no wonder that China is taking such precautions. Ever since the Bush administration decided in 2005 to recruit India to the Pentagon's "New Framework for US-India Defense Relations", India has been pushed into a strategic alliance with Washington in order to counter China in Asia.
In an October 2002 Pentagon report, "The Indo-US Military Relationship", the Office of Net Assessments stated the reason for the defense alliance would be to have a "capable partner" who can take on "more responsibility for low-end operations" in Asia, provide new training opportunities and "ultimately provide basing and access for US power projection". Washington is also quietly negotiating a base on Indian territory, a severe violation of India's traditional non-aligned status. Power projection against whom? China, perhaps? As well, the Bush administration has offered India a deal to lift its 30-year nuclear sanctions and to sell advanced US nuclear technology, legitimizing India's open violation of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
At the same time Washington accuses Iran of violating same, an exercise in political hypocrisy to say the least.
Notably, just as the saffron-robed monks of Myanmar took to the streets, the Pentagon opened US-Indian joint naval exercises, "Malabar 07", along with armed forces from Australia, Japan and Singapore. The US showed the awesome muscle of its 7th Fleet, deploying the aircraft carriers USS Nimitz and USS Kitty Hawk, guided missile cruisers USS Cowpens and USS Princeton, and no less than five guided missile destroyers. US-backed regime change in Myanmar together with Washington's growing military power projection via India and other allies in the region is clearly a factor in Beijing's policy vis-a-vis Myanmar's present military junta. As is often the case these days, from Darfur to Caracas to Yangon, the rallying call of Washington for democracy ought to be taken with a large grain of salt.


F William Engdahl is the author of A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, Pluto Press Ltd. Further articles can be found at his website, www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net. (Copyright 2007, F William Engdahl.)

Das eigentliche Problem
bei "Revolutionen"

Revolution ist ja schön und gut - aber kann sich jemand von Euch vorstellen, wie Deutsche ihren Sitzplatz vor dem Fernseher aufgeben, um auf der Straße zu protestieren? Phlegma und Angst treiben den Deutschen an. Heute am 23.5. winkte der Bundesrat den EU-Vertrag durch - nicht demokratisch - und ein gewisser Po-bereit kritisierte die "Demokratiefähigkeit" der Linken, die ihr Einverständnis zum EU-Vertrag verweigerten. Dies zeigt nur, daß das Wort "Demokratie" in Deutschland längst pervertiert wurde.

Aber es ist MÖGLICH den Hintern auch des Deutschen aus dem Sessel zu reißen, zu begreifen, daß Deutschland von New York und London aus diktatorisch regiert wird - natürlich immer begleitet von einem braven Knicks in Richtung Israel. Aber das Mobilisieren des Deutschen setzt natürlich genau die gleiche Taktik voraus, wie sie Gene Sharp bei seinen Revolutionen anwendet:
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Gene Sharps Vorgehensweise

für inszenierte Revolutionen

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Albert Einstein Institution – Gene Sharp
www.aeinstein.org

198 Methods of Nonviolent Action

These methods were compiled by Dr. Gene Sharp and first published in his 1973 book,
The Politics of Nonviolent Action, Vol. 2: The Methods of Nonviolent Action. (Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1973). The book outlines each method and gives information about its historical use.

You may also
download this list of methods. (Achtung - Trojaner!)


THE METHODS OF NONVIOLENT PROTEST AND PERSUASION

Formal Statements

1. Public Speeches
2. Letters of opposition or support
3. Declarations by organizations and institutions
4. Signed public statements
5. Declarations of indictment and intention
6. Group or mass petitions Communications with a Wider Audience
7. Slogans, caricatures, and symbols
8. Banners, posters, and displayed communications
9. Leaflets, pamphlets, and books
10. Newspapers and journals
11. Records, radio, and television
12. Skywriting and earthwriting Group Representations
13. Deputations
14. Mock awards
15. Group lobbying
16. Picketing
17. Mock elections Symbolic Public Acts
18. Displays of flags and symbolic colors
19. Wearing of symbols
20. Prayer and worship
21. Delivering symbolic objects
22. Protest disrobings
23. Destruction of own property
24. Symbolic lights
25. Displays of portraits
26. Paint as protest
27. New signs and names
28. Symbolic sounds
29. Symbolic reclamations
30. Rude gestures Pressures on Individuals
31. "Haunting" officials
32. Taunting officials
33. Fraternization
34. Vigils Drama and Music
35. Humorous skits and pranks
36. Performances of plays and music
37. Singing Processions
38. Marches
39. Parades
40. Religious processions
41. Pilgrimages
42. Motorcades Honoring the Dead
43. Political mourning
44. Mock funerals
45. Demonstrative funerals
46. Homage at burial places Public Assemblies
47. Assemblies of protest or support
48. Protest meetings
49. Camouflaged meetings of protest
50. Teach-ins Withdrawal and Renunciation
51. Walk-outs
52. Silence
53. Renouncing honors
54. Turning one's back

THE METHODS OF SOCIAL NONCOOPERATION

Ostracism of Persons

55. Social boycott
56. Selective social boycott
57. Lysistratic nonaction
58. Excommunication
59. Interdict Noncooperation with Social Events, Customs, and Institutions
60. Suspension of social and sports activities
61. Boycott of social affairs
62. Student strike
63. Social disobedience
64. Withdrawal from social institutions Withdrawal from the Social System
65. Stay-at-home
66. Total personal noncooperation
67. "Flight" of workers
68. Sanctuary
69. Collective disappearance
70. Protest emigration (hijrat)

THE METHODS OF ECONOMIC NONCOOPERATION:

(1) ECONOMIC BOYCOTTS Actions by Consumers




71. Consumers' boycott

72. Nonconsumption of boycotted goods

73. Policy of austerity

74. Rent withholding

75. Refusal to rent

76. National consumers' boycott

77. International consumers' boycott Action by Workers and Producers

78. Workmen's boycott

79. Producers' boycott Action by Middlemen

80. Suppliers' and handlers' boycott Action by Owners and Management

81. Traders' boycott

82. Refusal to let or sell property

83. Lockout

84. Refusal of industrial assistance

85. Merchants' "general strike" Action by Holders of Financial Resources

86. Withdrawal of bank deposits

87. Refusal to pay fees, dues, and assessments

88. Refusal to pay debts or interest

89. Severance of funds and credit

90. Revenue refusal

91. Refusal of a government's money Action by Governments

92. Domestic embargo

93. Blacklisting of traders

94. International sellers' embargo

95. International buyers' embargo

96. International trade embargo




THE METHODS OF ECONOMIC NONCOOPERATION:




(2)THE STRIKE Symbolic Strikes




97. Protest strike

98. Quickie walkout (lightning strike) Agricultural Strikes

99. Peasant strike

100. Farm Workers' strike Strikes by Special Groups

101. Refusal of impressed labor

102. Prisoners' strike

103. Craft strike

104. Professional strike Ordinary Industrial Strikes

105. Establishment strike

106. Industry strike

107. Sympathetic strike Restricted Strikes

108. Detailed strike

109. Bumper strike

110. Slowdown strike

111. Working-to-rule strike

112. Reporting "sick" (sick-in)

113. Strike by resignation

114. Limited strike

115. Selective strike Multi-Industry Strikes

116. Generalized strike

117. General strike Combination of Strikes and Economic Closures

118. Hartal

119. Economic shutdown




THE METHODS OF POLITICAL NONCOOPERATION




Rejection of Authority




120. Withholding or withdrawal of allegiance

121. Refusal of public support

122. Literature and speeches advocating resistance Citizens' Noncooperation with Government

123. Boycott of legislative bodies

124. Boycott of elections

125. Boycott of government employment and positions

126. Boycott of government depts., agencies, and other bodies

127. Withdrawal from government educational institutions

128. Boycott of government-supported organizations

129. Refusal of assistance to enforcement agents

130. Removal of own signs and placemarks

131. Refusal to accept appointed officials

132. Refusal to dissolve existing institutions Citizens' Alternatives to Obedience

133. Reluctant and slow compliance

134. Nonobedience in absence of direct supervision

135. Popular nonobedience

136. Disguised disobedience

137. Refusal of an assemblage or meeting to disperse

138. Sitdown

139. Noncooperation with conscription and deportation

140. Hiding, escape, and false identities

141. Civil disobedience of "illegitimate" laws Action by Government Personnel

142. Selective refusal of assistance by government aides

143. Blocking of lines of command and information

144. Stalling and obstruction

145. General administrative noncooperation

146. Judicial noncooperation

147. Deliberate inefficiency and selective noncooperation by enforcement agents

148. Mutiny Domestic Governmental Action

149. Quasi-legal evasions and delays

150. Noncooperation by constituent governmental units International Governmental Action

151. Changes in diplomatic and other representations

152. Delay and cancellation of diplomatic events

153. Withholding of diplomatic recognition

154. Severance of diplomatic relations

155. Withdrawal from international organizations

156. Refusal of membership in international bodies

157. Expulsion from international organizations




THE METHODS OF NONVIOLENT INTERVENTION




Psychological Intervention



158. Self-exposure to the elements

159. The fast a) Fast of moral pressure b) Hunger strike c) Satyagrahic fast

160. Reverse trial

161. Nonviolent harassment Physical Intervention

162. Sit-in

163. Stand-in

164. Ride-in

165. Wade-in

166. Mill-in

167. Pray-in

168. Nonviolent raids

169. Nonviolent air raids

170. Nonviolent invasion

171. Nonviolent interjection

172. Nonviolent obstruction

173. Nonviolent occupation Social Intervention

174. Establishing new social patterns

175. Overloading of facilities

176. Stall-in

177. Speak-in

178. Guerrilla theater

179. Alternative social institutions

180. Alternative communication system Economic Intervention

181. Reverse strike

182. Stay-in strike

183. Nonviolent land seizure

184. Defiance of blockades

185. Politically motivated counterfeiting

186. Preclusive purchasing

187. Seizure of assets

188. Dumping

189. Selective patronage

190. Alternative markets

191. Alternative transportation systems

192. Alternative economic institutions Political Intervention

193. Overloading of administrative systems

194. Disclosing identities of secret agents

195. Seeking imprisonment

196. Civil disobedience of "neutral" laws

197. Work-on without collaboration

198. Dual sovereignty and parallel government






Source: Gene Sharp, The Politics of Nonviolent Action, Vol. 2: The Methods of Nonviolent Action (Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1973).


Die vorbenannten Arten wurden selektiv vom AEI angewandt und hatten u.a. in Jugoslawien, Georgien, Ukraine Erfolg und hatten u.a. keinen Erfolg in China auf dem Platz des Himmlischen Friedens (Tiananmen-Platz), in Weißrussland, in Myanmar und in Tibet.


Um eine Diktatur abzuschütteln, bedarf es außer dem Willen das zu tun - natürlich auch Sponsoren - denn ohne Moos nix los !



Alleine am Beispiel der Orangenen "Revolution" für die Demonstrationen auf dem Platz Majdanek bedurfte es der Transportmittel für alle Protest-bereiten aus den entlegenen West-Provinzen, der Zelte mit Heizung, der Verpflegung, je 500 Dollar pro Orange-Wähler und der Organisation der Fake-Exit-Polls - und im Westen der Unterstützung der US-hörigen Presse und TV-Medien.



Heute jedoch sind in Russland die NGOs überwacht, ihre Finanzmittel werden kontrolliert - (denn ohne Moos nix los) - und die jämmerlichen Aktionen der USA, die noch in Russland stattfinden, sind als inszenierte Putschversuche bekannt.



Aber DENNOCH - hoffe ich, daß hier die eine oder andere Anregung zu finden ist, denn bevor eine Despoten-Regierung über Mittel wie den gezielten Laserbeschuß von Gruppen unzufriedener Bürger selbst aus großer Entfernung aus dem Flugzeug heraus erfolgen läßt, d.h. die schlimmsten Science-Fiction-Filme in Deutschland zur Realität werden, sollte dieses totalitäre Regime aus ihren Machtpositionen vertrieben werden.


Denkbar sind auch Aktionen, wie oben benannt, anläßlich der Klage des MdB Gauweiler gegen den EU-Vertrag. Die Klage wurde EINGEREICHT bei BVerfG. Das Verhalten des EU Ratspräsidenten Pöttering in Lissabon war eindeutig undemokratisch - ja tyrannisch!



Copyright © Rumpelstilz Politik-Global 23-05-2008




Kommentare:

Anonym hat gesagt…

Hi Rumpelstilz.

Koenntest du die englischen Passagen noch uebersetzen?
Mein Englisch ist leider nicht gut genug, um alles zu verstehen.
Danke schon mal im Vorraus.

Rumpelstilz hat gesagt…

Ich hatte ja die Übersetzung zugesagt - außer eben die Übersetzung der 198 Punkte

Banane/Berlin hat gesagt…

politik global (neu),scheint gespeert.!