Tuesday, June 12, 2012

What A Difference A RUSSIA DAY Makes

  A Red Square stage festival, covered by RT, concluded the Russia Day Celebration of Russian independence from the Soviet Union, while reports of no arrests during the earlier in the day protest march made this, despite the dissatisfaction with government progress, a great day in the history of Russian politics, so far. For example anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navaly, liberal activist Ilya Yashin and TV host Ksenia Sobchak attended interrogation appointments preventing their going to the demonstration, while leftist politician Sergei Udaltsov ignored his summons, saying it was his duty to lead the protest as one of the organizers. But Russia’s Investigative Committee said it wouldn’t seek his immediate arrest and interrogate him later. While Monday fear hung over the city of 1937 secret police type life disruptions that had entailed family members becoming virtually lost by the system. Except this time a suspect was actually found with a lot of money in their apartment and trusted on their own recognizance to turn up for questioning and miss the protest. Neither was a choice in 1937.
  But just so there’s no over-confidence Reuters covered the announcement by four bipartisan United States Senators behind rescinding a Cold War era law that limited trade with Russia because as Russia enters the free-trade World Trade Organization, Americans need to compete on better footing with the rest of the world trading with Russia. The money that’s eventually coming might never reach a majority of demonstrators but it’s possible that’s the incentive behind the demonstrators’ protection today. Before the demonstration the police even announced there’d be less police presence, strangely understanding that might agitate the crowd less. Quite a day. The Chicago Sun-Times covered an Opposition Rally composed of the most organized nationalists yet to participate in the demonstrations, with their yellow, black and white flag. As nerve-wracking as so many strong voices in contradiction may be, Russians are feeling they’re participating in politics which should give their president every reason to feel so very proud.
  RT even cites presidential press-secretary Dmitry Peskov in a letter to the Financial Times newspaper saying Russia’s new law on street protest violations is a step toward creating legislation similar to that in European countries. As rigid as Putin’s government feels toward demonstrations, at least a spokesman bothered to try to explain.
  This is Russia Today‘s Protest Manifesto coverage and maybe with the unexpected miracles so far even President Vladimir Putin himself might read it, eventually.
6/12/2012
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What A Difference A RUSSIA DAY Makes

6/12/2012 concluded: This is Russia Today's Protest Manifesto coverage and maybe with the unexpected miracles so far even President Vladimir Putin himself might read it, eventually. 
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  6/12/12, hopefully, concluded insinuating people shouldn't need "miracles." Equitable power not require magic. But when financial solutions remain more prudently profitable by detrimentally exploiting resources, West Virginia should be on-the-dole to see how the investment turns out in their lives. But really? Diversification's secrets were kept from the coal industry? That's a Federal Case. Collusion of some sort that certainly a certain Senator Rockefeller should have already addressed as a central issue, at least, with the constituents of their state, before retiring
  The earth excavated for money that flew too far away from the hollowed-out states to industry's more realistically important outlets and markets. But everything's not as bad as alarmists claim is the heard mantra. "This is surviving." Blazing trails through handed down liberal hocus pocus diluting smoky-mirrored facts? Because the harm can't be measured from denying pollution's harmful enough? Well? There you go. If Americans can't explain nature's devolution well enough to ourselves. China's just going to have to understand this themselves. Heaven knows they rode bikes before buying into the Mobile Thrones' successful three-ringed commercial-circus. Making wrong from a right and captivating lights. That the planet's had stars in our eyes is not the cars' fault
  Yeah, the point. The original essay's point. Well? It's doubtful President Putin's reading and, if he were, there's no point re-repeating myself. Trigger profits by ensuring oil's more precious? How ruthless, though already a part of everyones' legacies. The ethical loop hole everyone's responsible. I ride a bike. Why can't the President hold-his-own? Because Progress is more than a toy, or has the smartphone finally proven joy's all life means? Anyway. Until exploiting ourselves proves less profitable, we're stuck with the future's technology and consciousnesses worthy of Mobile Thrones. When probably just a really huge, (no one can afford?), logarithm could dig us out. 
  Right. We're still here. P.T. Barnum's world hasn't shed Stalin's fantasy. The delusional thread that ran right down the middle of the Cold War. Where the right everyone fought for was keeping their jobs. Including, and, or, especially, SPIES INC. That, in retrospect, though goofy enough, still poisons today's relations. Realistically. Yet there's a shiftlessness to authoritarianism, that, at best, is ego thwarting real ambition "for the people." 
  So, we are in the middle of the great market-share tug-of-war over humanity's fuel use. The immense collision between the nobly individualist mobile throne and socialist train. Where America supported itself exploiting the car, while accomplishing things trains weren't organized to do then. But in the various aspects of service, access, and created wealth, we came up short at being smarter than ourselves. Shrewdly elevating the car's separation from the transportation equation. Think about it in traffic. Our own current President of the United States counts the saving of the auto industry as one of his administration's major accomplishments. Either way. No way people are letting go of their satisfyingly fulfilling, status machines. To put it bluntly. And in no way is the spoiled world involved. Drive Safe. 
  So. Everything'll be solved soon when the right logarithms have-a-hold. A real grip on where everything fits if programmed correctly. If we finally own up to having the financial guts to bridge and trestle everything to facilitate accidents' becoming less the result of design flaws. A relatively few accidents/mistakes a year when the percentage should be none? Railroad crossings saved on investment, but have done nothing but be excuses for avoiding solutions. Soon enough though we'll probably figure out how to profit from fuel made from anything. Except people would still need to fit the bike into their lives. SHARE THE INTERSTATES As inconvenient as slower vehicles seem, solving tragedies of any kind is the right equation. I wish I could recommend that everyone should ride a bike. Again, not my fault. Soapbox View 
  Get your Huxley App. Wherever minds are stole? Of course. The end of the line's been reached because profitable objective thinking legibly absorbed sycophantic buying's rule-of-thumb. From idealizing beliefs to washing minds clearly disposed to preferring a militarily excused, but inclined, Criminal Enterprise System that enforces problems opportunistic state conspirators created for their own satisfaction. Morality isn't a hammer. Morality's ethical. 
  Humans are a maze of contradictions. But revenge is still revenge. Right? The world's problems are all psychological. New York City's Police Chief Bratton derides subcultures and views a weed as responsible for a peaceful society having enemies. El Chapo didn't make the monster all by himself is his defense claiming less criminal intent. Lured by wealth into the socially distorted Criminal Enterprise System. Hallelujah! What would Law Enforcement do without criminalizing citizens for marijuana use? Please. Please, responsibilityWe're nowhere blaming excuses. 
  It's been apparent for decades that what Aldous Huxley predicted for the future has taken place. Spectacularly sophisticated citizens simplistic enough not to fathom reality's problems have already molded us to accept the conflicts. Tradition compelled adherence primarily for the purpose of smoothing the path to the "right hands." 
  Everyone knows there's a business of global warming that's adequately feeding and supporting families from both sides of the issue. Scientists crunching numbers till they're, in fact, spilt over too. Over something that's probably, already a, fait accompli, disaster. The horror. If moderations meant to reverse damage to the ecosystem stalled just for money? That'll be the future's memory of our present since they'll figure, apparently, we've not been all that smart with finance at all, after all. Mr. Buffett? Any plans to expand your rail-freight empire to include humans, or is the Train-Barons', Railroad Tycoons', detrimental legacy to remain intact for how many more generations? Where the country got out from under one yoke replaced with another. It's not just the car that needs a good mechanic. The Transportation System really needs us all to be the one. 


  But money talked people into really not liking each other enough to care whether tomorrow has to step over our generation's polished decline? That there's no change without finance the convenient excuse. Soapbox View 
  Free speech? No clue exists as to how expensive speech costs? Relative cost in time, probably: priceless. Why environmentally conscious accountants lose their hair over charity's disaster that, while necessary and noble, excuses our not facing everything. The guilt oozing from all the political positions' pores. Squeezed so everything'll come out? No, not quite. Polished.
Note On The National Conventions
  Think America's lucky? Where self-servingly contrived ideas don't die. But are grilled over hostile embers removing the fingerprints at a tidy profitBlame then claim to restore an already restructuring itself, New York City, sufficiently prepared to profit on the allowed for exploited blight. It's easy to hold the door open for money. But the real work of securing a proportional flow? That's someone else's concern, plus beneath the interest and welfare of the voting public. Great. A son recited a list of all the things to be on the right side of rather than left. Emblematic of brands in a country conceived for individuals' independence but, actually, contrary to individualist dogma, mythologized powerful leaders who're hypnotized as all before have been by the idea the word mandate could ever apply. The first man of the moment, who'd tagged along, in a leadership role, furthering the Criminalization of America. Still rides those coattails trailing diamonds claimed to exemplify caring by being responsibly rough. Preaching what's wrong was better before. Plus forced to steal the word "change." While claiming awareness of where the confusion's from, there's still speech/preaching destruction is warranted revenge, not ridiculous fate. Last year's solution is next year's forever? No. Rudolph (Rudy) Giuliani. God can forgive and do whatever Allah wants. But the convention floor's domination by wailing for the continued militarization of victory is tasteless. 
Signed: Registered Republican, 
Charles M. Fraser
Did you hear the one about politicians going into a bar? No one knew where the cash was specifically from. So, it seems, the cut was more democratic.
CONVENTIONAL
"Yes. What we need, now, is another, major, entertainment, spectacle."

  I looked at his plate wondering, get Dustin Hoffman to play the producer? And if, however well-meant, was the intent embellished just to mirror my clouded my mind? Except obviously. A sarcastic approach was understandable. So I countered, "Doped athletes?"
  And his somber head hung from the wine too. Ethical questions require less hype? But for some worlds there's no point otherwise. How else is attention grabbed? Our best, brightest and most prosperous thrive where listening's predisposed to not hearing what's not wanted told. Imagine the surprise at seeing forgotten e-mails. The possibility of not recognizing yourself. Maybe why people repeat what they're told because there's so much involved in originality? Because the process has us all out compliantly, cut-and-dried, and hung in line. Where nothing's developing a real difference calling itself change. 
  People know what happens to opinion. That they either follow or seem to not care enough by not believing. Not sharing a significant role. Sycophantic patriotism becoming the only form of reliably trusted pride. Fine. Except straight from Stalinist behavior codes
  Not to mention, but bring up. Wars are ruthless. So solving them is of absolute more importance than winning. More than a soundbites at relative intervals. The point being some wars aren't meant to be lost. But I darn sure know the ones where people die are meant to end. But now here, in all our  various Establishment Class glories coliseumly parade the belief total victory's the bottom line. Denying their shredding life with that vicious useless hammer revenge. That's been uselessly overdone again, and again. Heedlessly pursuing revenge's nonsense because there's not enough profit yet in peace that's, however often, an illusional charade. True, or not, the statement's legitimately undeniable. 
  Though I'd not been listening for a while, I heard "we" had "to go" so we went. You couldn't believe how smooth the ride was. These huge machines not only categorically reinforce superior beliefs, they allow your your dream to luxuriate. In your time. Calculate opportunity, rehashing moments, that women carting water on their heads might have also gained nurtured learning, yet, still, not the same as water served ensconced in your own Mobile Throne on your own rolling estate. The train's goal in a well-thought-through transportation system
The chasm between turning around and turned is immense viewed from the excuses' size.

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