Wednesday, 1 October 2014

MORALES EXPOSES OBAMA AND US CULTURE



Bolivian President Evo Morales has accused America of creating wars for profit.

Morales has called Obama a War Criminal who should be tried in the International Court of Law.

He has called for a restructuring of the IMF and World Bank.

Restructure IMF & World Bank ...




During his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said that the USA's ideology and culture impoverish people.

Morales said we need to change "this predatory capitalism that keeps transforming human life and our Mother Earth into merchandise.

"We must fight ... the omnipresent power of banks and usurers that profit from consumerism and hunger."

Currently US forces are deployed around the globe fighting Secret Wars in almost 134 countries.

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5 Comments:

At 30 September 2014 at 16:23 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Evo Morales will be made to pay for this, either personally or his country, or both.

 
At 1 October 2014 at 01:34 , Blogger the jester said...

@Currently US forces are deployed around the globe fighting Secret Wars in almost 134 countries.@

Actually, Morales is speaking stuff which makes a lot of sense. The USA is obviously seeking to dominate the world as a 'New World Order'. They want to 'legally' steal from those countries resources they need. They want to destroy ancient cultures and replace them with their own 'copyright' religion. They want these different races to conform to their ideology. They want to make the entire world like the USA, easy to control and manipulate.

Yep, that just about sums it up as clear as can be.

 
At 1 October 2014 at 01:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

As it usually happens to ppl like him unfortunately....

 
At 1 October 2014 at 06:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Modi and Democracy huh?


Indian Americans call for end minority repression

Published: 5:01 pm, September 29, 2014 Story By: editor

Washington: Coalition Against Genocide (CAG), an alliance to defending
India’s secular tradition, has marked Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s
arrival in the United States with a call to all to oppose the
repression of minorities and erosion of civil liberties.

Narendra Modi was banned from entering the United States from 2005 to
his election as the Indian premier, under the International Religious
Freedom Act, for his “egregious violations of religious freedom.” Modi
visited the United States under exemptions normally accorded to heads
of state.

CAG, which is also dedicated to justice and accountability for the
Gujarat pogrom of 2002, has called for the law to be applied to other
officials in the Indian administration, such as Amit Shah, who was
only recently implicated in a case of hate speech that contributed to
the sectarian violence in Muzaffarnagar in the state of Uttar Pradesh,
reported twocircles.net.

“The first 100 days of Mr. Modi’s tenure as PM have shown to the world
the grave dangers posed by the Hindutva ideology to pluralism and the
rule of law,” said Raja Swamy, a spokesperson for CAG. “Since the
national elections that brought Modi’s party to power, the northern
state of Uttar Pradesh alone has witnessed over 600 incidents against
the Muslim minority,” added Swamy.

The fact that the growing intolerance under the new dispensation is
tearing apart India’s social fabric is evident from the following:

A relentless hate campaign against minorities fanned by
Parliamentarians from Modi’s own party includes conspiracy theories of
Muslims luring Hindu girls into marriage as a form of “love jihad,”
and the characterizing of madrassas (Islamic religious schools) as
dens of terrorism. This has inflamed sectarian feelings and created a
sense of siege among minorities.

In BJP-ruled states, draconian laws have been instituted to
specifically target Christians. In 50 villages of Chhattisgarh,
practice of Christianity has been banned. Tellingly, the Modi
administration has remained silent on the growing atmosphere of
repression threatening Christians in India, including the forced
“re-conversions” of some Christians to Hinduism.

In August, Mohan Bhagwat, the chief of the RSS (India’s largest Hindu
nationalist militia), declared Sikh, Jains and Buddhists, widely
recognized as distinct religious communities, as part of Hindu
society. He further declared anyone who treated them as distinct
religious communities as conspiring against Hinduism.

None has challenged this attack on religious freedom, denying three
religious communities even the right of self-identification.

The Intelligence Bureau of India, which now directly reports to Modi,
has issued a report identifying key human rights, educational and
environmental NGOs as anti-national groups hindering the development
of India. These groups include Amnesty International, Greenpeace and
CORDAID.

The Indian government has blocked overseas funding for Amnesty
International. Likewise, grants for local NGOs have also been blocked
in what can result in a serious erosion of civil rights culture in
India.

“Mr. Modi’s silence in the face of the hate campaign launched by Yogi
Adityanath and Sakshi Maharaj, and the suppression of religious
freedom and civil liberties, is a sign of either his quiet
acquiescence or tacit endorsement of such tactics” said Dr. Shaik
Ubaid, another spokesperson for CAG. “Either way, it betrays his
unwillingness to go beyond the confines of the Hindutva ideology of
which he has been a lifelong proponent,” said Dr. Ubaid.

CAG is a broad-based coalition representing a diverse cross section of
the religious and political spectrum of the Indian diaspora, including
Hindu and other faith-based organizations. The coalition is committed
to democracy, pluralism and to the preservation of the idea of India.

http://mattersindia.com/indian-americans-call-for-end-minority-repression/

 
At 3 October 2014 at 15:04 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Modi is a nasty piece of work, an out-and-out fascist. During the Indian elections (where around 50% of the population didn't even vote, and who can blame them) Modi's fascist BJP goons were sent into towns and villages to distribute briefcases full of money to village-town leaders and 'elders' to get the local population out to the ballot boxes. The colonial Congress Party were also reportedly doing the same thing in other areas. The western corporate media didn't report this because the façade of India being the 'largest democracy in the world' couldn't be compromised, because the Indian ruling class are 'one of them'.

 

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