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10 novembre 2009

La vraie question… Coup de gueule En Vidéos Gauchistan International

Hier fut célébré le 20e anniversaire de la chute du mur de Berlin, un événement qui a catalysé la chute du communisme.

Comment Radio-Canada a-t-il souligné ce moment historique, qui a marqué la victoire des forces de la liberté sur celle de la tyrannie ?

En posant la question suivante à ses auditeurs:

« La chute du mur et l’éclatement de l’URSS ont changé le monde. Pour le meilleur ou pour le pire? »

Poser cette question, c’est l’équivalent moral de demander aux gens si l’éclatement de l’Allemagne hitlérienne a changé le monde pour le meilleur ou pour le pire.

Message aux fonctionnaires de Radio-Canada: le communisme fut un régime politique qui, avec ses 100 millions de morts, se qualifie aisément comme le plus ignoble par l’homme.  Quand ce genre d’idéologie finit par s’écrouler, on ne se demande pas si le monde a changé pour le pire, car on sait qu’il vient de changer pour le mieux…


10 novembre 2009

La nouvelle religion En Citations États-Unis Hétu Watch Philosophie

Liberal Fascism

Extrait du livre Liberal Fascism, de Jonah Goldberg, à propos de la relation qui existe entre la gauche et le fascisme:

« Fascism is a religion of the state. It assumes the organic unity of the body politic and longs for a national leader attuned to the will of the people. It is totalitarian in that it views everything as political and holds that any action by the state is justified to achieve the common god. It takes responsibility for all aspects of life, including our health and well-being, and seeks to impose uniformity of thought and action, whether by force or through regulation and social pressure. Everything, including economy and religion, must be aligned with its objectives. Any rival identity is part of the ‘problem’ and therefore defined as the enemy. I will argue that contemporary American liberalism embodies all of these aspects of fascism. »


10 novembre 2009

Les socialistes sur le sentier de la guerre États-Unis Revue de presse Venezuela

The Times

Hugo Chávez tells Venezuela troops to ‘prepare for war’ with Colombia
The Times of London

President Chávez of Venezuela told his country yesterday to prepare for war with Colombia, which he accused of being in league with the United States.

Only days after sending 15,000 troops to the volatile border, Mr Chávez, Washington’s main enemy in the region, ordered the Venezuelan military and people to prepare to “defend the homeland”, claiming that the US planned to use Colombian bases to mount an invasion of his oil-rich nation.

“The empire is more threatening than ever,” Mr Chávez, a former paratrooper, warned. “Don’t make a mistake, Mr Obama, by ordering an attack against Venezuela by way of Colombia.” Such a war would set the continent alight, he said.

Venezuela has spent more than $3 billion (£2 billion) on arms recently, mostly from Russia, prompting Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, to warn of a regional arms race. Washington views Colombia as a buffer against Mr Chávez and other Latin American socialists, such as President Correa of Ecuador, President Morales of Bolivia and President Ortega of Nicaragua.