Antagoniste


4 mars 2010

La crise en 15 minutes Économie En Vidéos Récession

Tout ce que vous devez savoir sur la crise mais que les médias refusent de vous dire avec le génial Pascal Salin:


Salin: Pour éviter les crises…
envoyé par unmondelibre.

Il va se soi que que Pascal Salin ne sera jamais un invité du CÉRIUM, orthodoxie oblige…


4 mars 2010

La tyrannie socialiste Économie En Citations Philosophie

Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand sur la véritable nature du socialisme:

« Socialism is the doctrine that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his existence is his service to society, and that society may dispose of him in any way it pleases for the sake of whatever it deems to be its own tribal, collective good. »


4 mars 2010

Abus de langage Israël Palestine Revue de presse

The Washington Post

Israel has its faults, but apartheid isn’t one of them
The Washington Post

The use of the word has become commonplace — Google “Israel and apartheid” and you will see that the two are linked in cyberspace, as love and marriage are in at least one song. The meaning is clear: Israel is a state where political and civil rights are withheld on the basis of race and race alone. This is not the case.

The Israel of today and the South Africa of yesterday have almost nothing in common. In South Africa, the minority white population harshly ruled the majority black population. Nonwhites were denied civil rights, and in 1958, they were even deprived of citizenship. In contrast, Israeli Arabs, about one-fifth of the country, have the same civil and political rights as do Israeli Jews. Arabs sit in the Knesset and serve in the military, although most are exempt from the draft. Whatever this is — and it looks suspiciously like a liberal democracy — it cannot be apartheid.

Yet Israel’s critics continue to hurl the apartheid epithet at the state when they have to know, or they ought to know, that it is a calumny. Interestingly, they do not use it for Saudi Arabia, which maintains as perfect a system of gender apartheid as can be imagined — women can’t even drive, never mind vote — or elsewhere in the Arab world, where Palestinians sometimes have fewer rights than they do in Israel.