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Hardworking Mina on a war path; (Apr. 12, 2010)

            Eleven years ago, Mina found a job weaving carpet in Morocco.  Her more “experienced” co-worker incited Mina to check with syndicate for membership and was chased out beaten.  Mina then paid a visit to the work inspector who let the owner of the factory on Mina visit. The boss convoked Mina and treated her worthless whore with no sense of loyalty: Mina was supposed to appreciate the boss as a “father figure” and then she was dismissed.  For 6 months Mina could not find work in the same city: all the bosses were informed of Mina’s “disloyal” behavior.

            Mina worked for 10 years weaving carpets and then had hone of her wrists broken. Mina was dismissed with no compensation or even for covering medical expenses. Mina worked and was paid daily and had no papers or documents as a working citizen.  Her highly educated friend, Fatima Mernissi, paid Mina a visit to the hospital and then mindlessly suggested to Mina to have recourse to the work inspector. Mina got in a state of anger and frustration and threw her veil to the ground and replied: “Fatima, you are very educated but I am no stupid” and she told her friend the story of her work conditions. Mina resumed: “Allah is my defender, my work inspector, and my syndicate. God said “if any of my servants asks for my intervention then I will be by his side”. May Allah hear my demands; I want the factory burned down and the boss broken to pieces”

            A few nurses barged in to cool down the shouting and Mina chased them out saying: “If you don’t leave immediately then I will add your names to the list of the work inspector and the syndicate.”  In Mina’s mind, the incidences that she experienced 11 years ago with the work inspector and the syndicate are still valid: nothing has changed since then in the relationship of workers and bosses and control institutions.  Mina’s assumptions might be correct but lack of stable and equitable institutions drove Mina from a rational thinking person to an extremist “khawarej” attitude: she wouldn’t mind taking the most extreme of measures if supported in her frustration.

            Extreme codification of life behaviors, even in developed States with strong central institutions, to controlling and managing people generate extreme reactions in periods of civil unrest.  For example, the USA is witnessing terrorist acts (kamikaze) by its citizens against targeted institutions such as the Pentagon and the IRS (tax revenue) offices. It appears that the life of little people is extremely codified in developed States but the barons of industries and elite classes get off with a slap on the wrist: huge loopholes in laws for the barons and a justice system based on financial means is dooming little people for lack of serious justice.

            At least, in Islamic world, people have this exit alternative to lamenting to Allah and have the right to ask Allah to chastise unjust people.  Just figure a citizen in the developed States asking his God to burn and maim the boss: the boss might probably have a claim to drag to justice the disgruntled worker for incitement to physical hurt intentions.

            Democracy in most of the developing States is a mystery with no corresponding physical application; democratic institutions are shells devoid of any democratic rights to individual responsibilities and serious participation.  The UN Charter is a super law relative to human and civil rights and freedom of expressions but this charter is still the best kept secret to most students and adult people in developing States.  In kindergarten, kids learn their religious laws but the UN super laws are not available or taught or even required to be exhibited.

            Colonial powers didn’t practice their brand of democracies operating at home: as soon as a semblance of democratic institutions (such as parliament) were established that the colonial power flaunted it and disbanded it at the first free expressions of freedom, liberty, and equality.  Even today, the former colonial powers have no interest of witnessing democratic institutions in the developing States as long as oil is available at low prices and the market for arms is booming.  Bush Junior claimed that democracy had priority on his list of changes in the Greater Middle East! Bush Junior never was specific on what kinds of democracies he had in mind; anyway, the method he applied to invading Iraq in 2003 had nothing democratic about it!  Saudi Arabia is still disseminating and financing terrorist tendencies and all the Arab despots kept their martial laws that were instituted 40 years ago.

Militias covering all States in the USA; (Mar. 28, 2010)

            Almost every States in the USA has a variety of “Patriotic” organizations and most have instituted militias.  The “Intelligence Report” accounted for 932 groups that are growing fast; an increase of 60% since the year 2000. You have currently four major groups and not counting many in embryonic stages and old groups rebirthing such as the “Aryan Nations” of Idaho.  There are informal alliances with these groups such as “Friends for Liberty”, “Freedom Works”, Defenders of Liberty”, and the “Ohio Freedom Alliance”.  Most local leaders are practically new comers to political actions: most are educated and have been hardly hit by the financial crisis.  Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are prized for their training skills of the militias.

            Alex Jones Show is diffused on 60 radio channels and attended by over 2 million listeners. For example, Alex Jones predicted in July 2000 that the Federal government is orchestrating a big terrorist act on US soil and claiming Ussama Ben Ladden to be the perpetrator; then 9/11 came to confirm his claim.

            The “Birchers” adhere to the John Birch Society founded in 1958 to counter the spread of communism; they claim to defend radical individual “liberty”.

            The “Birthers”, xenophobic groups that harass immigrants have grown to 310 groups from 173 in 2008. They proclaim that since Barack Obama was not born on US soil then he is not entitled to run for the Presidency.

            The “Oath Keepers” are militias formed in 2009 and include police and military officers and soldiers as well as veterans officers.  They claim to engage resisting government intrusive powers that are not covered by the Constitution (they evidently didn’t recognize the vast intrusions during the George W Bush two terms in office).  Their coat-of-arms states: “Guardians of the republic. Not under our watch.”  Supposedly, their swear allegiance not to obey ten orders of the Federal government such as: No search without warrant, never to detain a US citizen as an enemy combatants, no to martial laws, no to blockading any US city, no to detaining US citizens in concentration camps, and no to cooperating with foreign troops on US soil even if invited by the US government.

            The “Tea Party” groups such as “Tea Party Patriots” and “Tea Party Nation” were born in February 2009. Their slogan is “Tax Enough Already, TEA”

            The Political Research Associates published in 2009 a report on US resurgence of the theory of conspiracy from the 9/11 disaster to the latest financial crash.  This institute is supposed to be studying since 1981 the paramilitary and white supremacist groups.  The report is titled “A poison for democracy. Conspiracy theorists are in search of scapegoats.”  The conspiracy believers claim that the Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama is being readied to detain millions of “law abiding citizens” by the federal government.  For proof, they point out the traffic panels around the base re-directing the trucks of the “Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA”.  They claim that the razor sharp tips of barb wires point to the inside to prevent escape and that train facilities are constructed to facilitate arrival of detainees. They claim that 800 other detention centers cover the US landscape to accommodate imminent martial law edict.

            These claims are not new.  In 1982, the group “Posse Comitatus’” was warning that “authentic patriots” would be detained and managed by FEMA.  Among the concentration camps is the vast mental institute in Alaska and also the Fort Chaffee in Arkansas, currently a training military center.  They claim that Fort Chaffee is being fitted out with airport strips and could hold 40,000 detainees.

            On April 19, the association against gun control is organizing the “Second Amendment March” on Washington DC.  The date coincides with the anniversary of the Lexington first shots against the British in 1775, with the end of siege of Waco in 1993, and with the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995.  The organizers are encouraging the marchers to carry their guns in States where it is not prohibited.  One of their slogans is “Would anti self-defense folks volunteer to protect me 24/7? No?  Then hands off my safety.”

            Kamikaze activities are on the rise. On February 18, Joseph Stack crashed his plane on the Austin IRS building. He wrote: “When the rich don’t give a fuck it is the poor who is to die in order to pay for the rich errors.”  On March 4, another Kamikaze attack on one of the security posts of the Pentagon.  Yes, the US people are angry and frustrated after the financial crash and these kamikaze attacks are precursors of vaster terrorist activities.  The conspirator theory is growing in credibility within the framework of “The New World Order” meant to controlling mankind. The believers of the conspiracy point out the culprits such as the “Federal Reserve”, the “Group Bilderberg”, the “Trilateral Commission”, the “Foreign relation Council” and many other federally sponsored institutions.

            People are venting their frustration big time instead of targeting the main enemies of the people: financial and military hardware multinationals. They should admit that their credit binge in the last three decades was paid for by the developing States; the poorer people paid high interest rates to loans extended by the IMF and financial multinationals for speculation activities.  The IMF pressured the developing countries to maintain their currency rate of exchange in order for the multinationals to make profit on speculative investment.

Many right wing politicians are riding these extremist waves: they will soon discover that they are the first targeted for assassination by their own militias as the Federal government starts its methodical crackdown.


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