American Independence Day.

Posted: Июль 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

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“What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July? I answer: a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. To him, your celebration is a sham; your boasted liberty, an unholy license; your national greatness, swelling vanity; your sounds of rejoicing are empty and heartless; your denunciations of tyrants, brass fronted impudence; your shouts of liberty and equality, hollow mockery; your prayers and hymns, your sermons and thanksgivings, with all your religious parade, and solemnity, are, to him, mere bombast, fraud, deception, impiety, and hypocrisy — a thin veil to cover up crimes which would disgrace a nation of savages. There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices, more shocking and bloody, than are the people of these United States, at this very hour.
Go where you may, search where you will, roam through all the monarchies and despotisms of the old world, travel through South America, search out every abuse, and when you have found the last, lay your facts by the side of the everyday practices of this nation, and you will say with me, that, for revolting barbarity and shameless hypocrisy, America reigns without a rival.”
~~~Frederick Douglass

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НЕЛЬЗЯ ПРОЩАТЬ ЧУДОВИЩНЫЕ ВОЕННЫЕ ПРЕСТУПЛЕНИЯ ВОЙСК США ДАЖЕ СПУСТЯ 66 ЛЕТ!

Прошло уже 66 лет после начала корейской войны (1950 — 1953 гг.), первой самой ожесточенной после второй мировой войны. Войну развязали США руками своих южнокорейских марионеток с целью осуществить свои амбициозные претензии господствовать над всем Корейским полуостровом, а дальше — над азиатским материком используя Корею как бастион антикоммунизма в Азии. За 3 года войны американцы совершали злодеяния, сравнимые по жестокости с немецким фашизмом.

Поначалу США надеялись разгромить КНДР силами южнокорейской армии, которую усиленно готовили специалисты из Пентагона. Перед самым началом боевых действий, 18 июня 1950 года, Дж. Даллес проинспектировал войска Ли Сын Мани, остался доволен. Видимо, тогда и прозвучала из Белого дома команда «Фас!», по которой Ли Сын Ман бросился истреблять своих северных соотечественников. 23 июня войска Ли Сын Мана начали массированную артподготовку. 25 июня, в воскресенье, в четыре часа утра (знакомый стиль) проамериканские силы Южной Кореи атаковали КНДР по всей линии соприкосновения.

Несколько дивизий и отдельных частей на разных участках вклинились на территорию Северной Кореи на два и более километра, на чем «поход на север» бесславно завершился. В считанные часы наступающая группировка войск Ли Сын Мана была разгромлена. Ким Ир Сен принял решение контратаковать, и Корейская народная армия вечером того же дня двинулась на юг. Смешно, но в Америке и других «просвещенных» странах до сих пор уверяют, что войну начал Ким Ир Сен, напав вечером 25 июня на мирную Южную Корею. О трагической прогулке четырех лисынмановских дивизий по Северной Корее вспоминать немодно.

Уже на следующий день Корейская народная армия стояла под стенами Сеула, а Ли Сын Ман позорно покинул Сеул, бежав из столицы.

В чём причина столь быстрого разгрома южнокорейской марионеточной армии? Тому много причин.

Во-первых, ее личный состав готовили специалисты из американских войск. Американцы превосходно разбирались в морской войне, в воздушных боях, но на тот момент имели очень мало опыта ведения сухопутных крупномасштабных сражений. Этот опыт не дотягивал до советского военного опыта сухопутных боёв, который оттачивался в течении четырех лет титанической сухопутной схватки с немцами. А ведь именно советские специалисты помогали создавать и обучать армию КНДР.

Во-вторых, бойцы северо-корейской армии сами имели немалый боевой опыт, приняв массовое участие в партизанской войне против Японии. Многими командирами становились вчерашние партизаны.

В-третьих, боевой дух солдат и офицеров свободного северо-корейского государства во много раз превосходил боевой дух южан, смирившихся перед американским засильем. Само бегство Ли Сын Мана, бросившего своих солдат на поле боя, говорит о стойкости всей его армии. Ким Ир Сен не бросил своих воинов и не сбежал из страны даже, когда американцы потом оккупировали почти всю территорию КНДР. Да и в личностном плане Ким Ир Сен на порядок превосходил своего противника. Прирожденный вождь и боец, с малых лет привыкший к борьбе и опасности, сам проложивший дорогу к свободе страны, создавший партизанские отряды сумевшие вести бой с японцами, создавший государство, восстановивший его из руин. Ли Сын Ман, принявший из рук американцев игрушечную власть, не мог сравниться с Великим Вождём товарищем Ким Ир Сеном, боялся его и завидовал его всенародной поддержке.

Обескураженные и оскорбленные поражением, под лживым предлогом отражения северокорейской агрессии, США вступили в войну в Корее. Одну из самых кровопролитных, жестоких и ужасных войн в истории. В течение трех лет американцы стирали с лица земли корейский народ. Подсчитано, что США сбросили в среднем по пять тонн бомб и снарядов на душу одного погибшего корейца и сто двадцать килограмм боеприпасов на один гектар местности (во Второй мировой войне эта цифра не превысила одной тонны на человека и тридцати килограмм на гектар). Залитые напалмом деревни и города .

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Ugliness of the Putin’s regime.

Posted: Июнь 18, 2016 in Uncategorized

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The Putnist regime knows well what the Russian people think of its pro-fascist idea of honoring one of the butchers of the people of Leningrad during World War II. The memorial plate to Mennerheim is guarded around the clock by a military detail. Protecting a Nazi war criminal from the Russians. The Russian oligarchy began taking off its mask.

Ugliness of the Putin’s regime.

Posted: Июнь 18, 2016 in Uncategorized

The Putnist regime knows well what the Russian people think of its pro-fascist idea of honoring one of the butchers of the people of Leningrad during World War II. The memorial plate to Mennerheim is guarded around the clock by a military detail. Protecting a Nazi war criminal from the Russians. The Russian oligarchy began taking off its mask.

Turkish opression against Kurds.

Posted: Март 17, 2016 in Uncategorized

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The Kurds Deserve A Wide International Recognition
MAR
2016 Saturday 5TH
posted by Morning Star in Features
David Morgan explains the background to Turkey’s oppression of Kurds
Turkish military operations launched late last year against Kurdish cities in the south-east such as Cizre and Diyarbakir have been extremely brutal even by Turkey’s standards.
Some 58 separate curfews have been imposed on different neighbourhoods in 21 districts of the seven Kurdish provinces of the region.
Kurdish communities are alleged to be sheltering guerillas from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). But the military clampdown has inflicted untold destruction on homes and degraded public infrastructure, as well as displacing thousands of people and leaving hundreds dead.
In fact, Turkey appears to be inflicting a collective punishment on the Kurds in an act of reprisal for the successes achieved by Kurdish fighters in Syria in their struggle against Islamic State (Isis), which Ankara has been accused of secretly supporting.
On March 1 the joint chairs of the People’s Democratic Party (HDP) issued an appeal for urgent action to “stop the massacres” as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s troops continued their merciless military operations against the Kurdish civilian population.
As the HDP points out, the Turkish army has been shelling Diyarbakir’s city walls which are recognised by Unesco as an important world heritage site. The Turkish government, it appears, has as little respect for the heritage of civilisation much as its allies in Isis, who provoked international outrage when they wantonly destroyed the unique ancient city of Palmyra. 
It is clear that Erdogan and his Islamist ruling party AKP will stop at nothing to wage war on the Kurds and all opposition to their autocratic regime.
Erdogan has been transforming Turkey into a personal “vanity tyranny” where all dissent is suppressed and even mild satirical criticism is forbidden.
According to the country’s justice ministry there are now a staggering 1,845 prosecution cases awaiting trial for “insulting” Erdogan, including criminal cases against the leader of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), Kemal Kilicdaroglu and HDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtas.
Even children have fallen foul of the law.
The AKP’s brand of authoritarianism is fostering a real climate of fear where critics increasingly face physical threats and legal intimidation. Journalists, lawyers and writers as well as political leaders and activists have faced punitive action.
Erdogan’s intolerance has been inflamed further by the rise of the Kurds in Turkish mainstream politics and in their fight against Isis in Syria, symbolised by their successful re-taking of Kobane last year.
Erdogan seems prepared to employ every means at his disposal to repress this political awakening.
In the last two Turkish general elections of 2015, the pro-Kurdish HDP made a dramatic breakthrough when its support surpassed the 10 per cent barrier to achieve parliamentary representation for the first time. Erdogan was furious when the outcome of the June election denied him an absolute majority.
Likewise, the establishment of the self-governing Rojava administration in northern Syria led by the Democratic Union Party (PYD) has seriously frustrated Erdogan and the Turkish elite.
Impotent to directly intervene and overthrow the Kurds in Rojava, Erdogan has turned his fire on Kurds within his own country whom he accuses of supporting the outlawed PKK.
He has also attempted to force the hand of his Nato allies in the EU and the US by demanding that they declare the PYD a terrorist organisation. To date they have refrained from doing so aware that such a move can only help Isis in its confrontation with the Kurds.
Turkey’s persistent attempts to equate both the PKK and the PYD with Isis are simply absurd, erroneous and outrageous.
The Turkish political elite’s near pathological hatred of Kurds is a root cause of the protracted conflict inside the country and is an influence on Turkey’s policy towards the crisis in Syria. Ankara would rather align itself, either secretly or more brazenly, with Sunni terror groups such as the Nusra Front and Isis than concede an inch of ground to the mainly secular Kurds.
The Kurds in Turkey and Syria are a mass democratic force who should be natural allies of the left. In their dual struggle against Isis and Turkish state oppression the Kurds deserve wider support than they currently receive.
By closely aligning himself with Islamist extremists Erdogan is flagrantly betraying his own country’s honourable traditions of revolutionary democracy and secularism. The modern Turkish women’s movement, for example, has a history of activism dating from the 1980s and Turkish society has a strong awareness of gender issues.
These social developments have in turn influenced the contemporary Kurdish women’s movement whose activists have been in the forefront of the resistance against Isis.
Kurdish women are inspired by jailed PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan, who has long espoused feminist ideas and whose own formative period was as an activist within the Turkish left. 
Ocalan is surely unique among modern Middle East political leaders in his support for women’s equality and a feminist ideology is now reflected right across the Kurdish movement.
Support for them is in danger of being impeded by slanderous attempts to brand them as terrorists or even as “Russian agents.” These accusations emanate from Turkey but, unfortunately, others are starting to repeat them.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has attacked the HDP for “collaborating with Russia, just like the Armenian gangs,” which the Turkish public would understand as a reference to the Armenian genocide of 1916 carried out when the Ottoman Empire was at war with Russia.
Turkey has also been incensed that the Kurds have been permitted to open a diplomatic office in Moscow.
As the conflict between Ankara and Moscow becomes ever more acute, especially after Turkey’s deliberate shooting down of the Russian aircraft on the Turkish-Syrian border on November 24 2015, the Kurds have become targets of Turkey’s wrath.
Many on the left have been always consumed by an irrational hatred of all things Russian and are deeply suspicious of any action taken by Moscow. This prejudice is shared with liberal opinion and is compounded by the propaganda efforts of NGOs, such as those sponsored by the wealthy Soros Foundation, which promote a narrow Western neoliberal agenda.
This is all adding to the confusion among the left on the Kurdish issue. Anti-Russian attitudes widely persist today and tend to distort analysis of Syria too. The left needs to beware of how Turkey has been seeking to exploit this issue by cynically branding the Kurds as working for Putin and Assad.
We should repudiate these baseless insinuations and show solidarity with the Kurds in their heroic struggle against both Isis and Erdogan’s increasingly rogue state.
They are fighting on the right side for all humanity and for universal values of popular democracy, control of their own resources and the building of a secular, non-sectarian society where men and women have full equality. We should applaud the fact that they retain their ambitions and ideals in an extremely hostile world.
It is excellent news that the Stop the War Coalition and a wide spectrum of groups including trade union branches are supporting Sunday’s demonstration in London called to raise awareness of Turkey’s dirty war on the Kurds.
We need to build a strong coalition to defeat the wretched Erdogan and all his warmongering collaborators.
David Morgan is a member of the steering committee of Peace in Kurdistan campaign and is a writer and journalist. For information contact http://www.peaceinkurdistancampaign.com, email: estella24@tiscali.co.uk.