3 juin 2012

Pieds et poings liés, vous comprendrez… En Citations Gauchistan International Philosophie


La conclusion de l’oeuvre magistrale d’Alexandre Soljenitsyne, « The Gulag Archipelago », dédiée aux victimes des goulags soviétiques:

« Oh, Western freedom-loving ‘left-wing’ thinkers! Oh, left-wing labourists! Oh, American, German and French progressive students! All of this is still not enough for you. The whole book has been useless for you. You will understand everything immediately, when you yourself — ‘hands behind the back’ — toddle into our Archipelago. »

3 juin 2012

Quand les anarchistes menacent… Gauchistan Québec Terrorisme

La CL(ASSÉ) a déjà promis au gouvernement « d’organiser le Grand-Prix » et il semble qu’ils pourront compter sur l’appui de certains groupes anarchistes…

Voici ce qu’on peut lire sur le site Anarchist News:

Notice to Grand Prix Visitors

When you enter Montreal, you enter a city besieged. You are drawn here by the prospect of mesmerizing spectacle. You are informed that all measures will be taken to ensure your comfort. You await the bars and parties and restaurants and the multitude of spaces in which you will display your wealth. That your own safety should concern you does not even cross your mind.

Reconsider. Montreal is an epicenter of escalating social war. The spark of the student strike set a fire, and tens of thousands are now resisting. Under the Special Law, hundreds of thousands are now criminalized. Even those most hesitant to take action have been stirred to anger.

Do not fool yourself into thinking that you can avoid or contain us, or that the police will protect you from our makeshift weapons. There is nowhere to hide. We know every street, every alley, every park. We know where you will sleep, where you will shop and where you will drink. We have been planning to crash your party for some time now.

If you intend to use a car, know that your road may be barricaded. If you want to stay in a hotel, know that we may enter it. If you seek to withdraw money from a bank, know that the shattering glass may sting. If you plan on watching a race, know that your view may be obscured, not by exhaust fumes but by the smoke of the fires we set. Know that the evacuation order may not come fast enough.

Take notice, Grand Prix visitors.

Comité autonome de la grève éternelle
Autonomous Committee for the Eternal Strike

Simple fanfaronnade ou menace crédible, seul le temps nous le dira…  Par contre, depuis le début du boycott des étudiants,  des actions annoncées sur Anarchist News se sont concrétisés: l’émeute du 1er mai, le piquetage au port de Montréal, piquetage devant le siège social de la Banque Nationale et l’occupation devant l’Université Concordia.

Sur le site britannique 325.nostate, qui est relié indirectement au sabotage des trains de banlieue de Bristol et à la menace de guérilla contre les Jeux olympiques de Londres, on a aussi invité les étudiants et les anarchistes à poser des gestes d’éclat.

P.-S. J’ai volontairement omis de mettre les liens vers ces sites anarchistes.

3 juin 2012

Un message important du gouvernement États-Unis Revue de presse

The Star-Ledger

Zombie apocalypse? CDC says not to worry
The Star-Ledger

In light of so many disturbing instances of cannibalism in recent weeks, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is making one thing clear: Zombies do not exist.

Some have joked that the zombie apocalypse must be finally upon us, considering recent news. There was the horrific face-eating arrest in Miami, the Maryland student who claims to have eaten his roommate’s heart and brain, the Canadian porn star accused of killing, eating and dismembering another man, and the New Jersey man who stabbed himself then threw his skin and intestines at police.

Just to be clear, the CDC spelled it out in an email to The Huffington Post: The walking dead are not responsible, nor do they exist. « CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms), » wrote agency spokesman David Daigle in an email to The Huffington Post.

Maybe it’s a relief to pretend zombies are among us, that real people aren’t capable of such atrocities. Maybe that’s why as of Friday afternoon “zombie apocalypse” was the second most popular search term on Google, behind “national doughnut day” at No. 1 and ahead of “bath salts” at No. 3.

Si une invasion de zombies n’est pas à craindre, on peut se questionner sur la santé mentale des gens qui y ont cru…