Mittwoch, 31. Dezember 2014

Guten Rutsch 2014-2015 Van Oud naar Nieuw

Nashenka zegt: „Zo’n zot geweld zet je zomaar niet stille, en binst dat zij haar een todde gaf…“ (Schaterlach), tenslotte verplaatst men slechts een cijfertje in de datumBeste wensen!
Nadja sagt: Ich wünsche allen meinen lieben Blog-Besucherinnen und Blog-Besuchern einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr!

Dienstag, 30. Dezember 2014

Prof. Yakow M. RABKIN: Juden die gegen den Strom des Zionismus schwimmen

What if a Jew swims against the stream of Zionism?

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Many Jews around the world maintain a critical stance against Zionism. As one of those people, Professor Yakov M. Rabkin, expressed his views to Daily Sabah about the issues of anti-Semitism, coexistence in the Middle East and Jewish perspectives on the state of Israel.

On March 2, 2014, hundreds of thousands of Haredi (ultra-orthodox) Jews came together in Jerusalem. They protested against an amendment to the Israeli conscription law that would no longer exempt students of the Torah from compulsory military service. The new law puts in doubt an entire system of agreements made between David Ben-Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel, and non-Zionist Haredi rabbis in 1948. Ben-Gurion, convinced that Judaism would die out, was buying time and trying to calm down the rabbis' opposition to the Zionist state. Ben-Gurion's prediction has proven wrong. More than a million Israelis now consider themselves Haredim, and they remain aloof from the country's secular majority. The demonstration last March was not the first such confrontation between Haredi Jews and the State of Israel.

Yakov M. Rabkin, a Soviet-born Jew who has taught at the University of Montreal in Canada for over forty years, has critically analysed the relations between Zionism and Judaism, and between Jews and the State of Israel. In his academic work, he dispels confusions about Zionism and Judaism, and investigates relations between Zionism and anti-Semitism. While teaching contemporary Jewish history he has studied Judaism with rabbis in Montreal, Paris and Jerusalem. He has also carried out academic studies on the history of science and technology, Jewish history, and has been active in interfaith dialogue.

His 2004 book, "A Threat from Within: A Century of Jewish Opposition to Zionism," grabbed worldwide attention and has been translated into a dozen of languages, including Hebrew and Turkish. In the book he sheds light on the rejection of Zionism on the part of most prominent rabbis of the past one hundred and fifty years.

A brief history of Zionism

It is crucial to know what Zionism really is in order to comprehend all debates for and against it. That is why Rabkin begins by defining Zionism: "Zionism is an attempt to gather Jews in the Holy Land by political, physical means." And shortly after, he outlines the birth of Zionism as a political ideology. Secularization and nationalism in Europe, particularly in Eastern Europe, enabled thousands of European Jews to embrace Zionism, leaving behind their commitment to Torah and its commandments. It is these "secular Jews" who unilaterally declared the independence of Israel in 1948, and have largely governed the country ever since.

It was Theodor Herzl, a Budapest-born Jew profoundly estranged from Judaism, who is considered the father of modern political Zionism. He formed the World Zionist Organization and promoted Jewish migration to Palestine with the purpose of forming a Jewish state. Rabkin emphasizes the Eastern European, particularly Russian, influence on Zionism. "This Eastern European influence is still very strong in Israel. All the prime ministers of Israel without exception were either born in the Russian Empire or come from parents who were born in the Russian Empire. They all come from little towns, none of them come from big cosmopolitan cities like Paris, Saint-Petersburg or Istanbul. No wonder they recreated a ghetto in the Holy Land."

The original idea of physical, material gathering Jews in Palestine is of Protestant Christian origin. After two centuries of rather marginal existence, this idea gathered momentum in mid-19th century. While still unknown to the Jews, it penetrated the corridors of power in London as it dovetailed with British imperial policies, looking for a reliable foothold in the Middle East. And it was only 50 years later, by the end of the 19th century, that Zionism acquired first adepts among some Jews in Eastern Europe. It is this small minority of Jews that became the pioneers of a new state in the Middle East. This secular minority had no use for Judaism and its moral values, it was determined to act. Rabkin says: "Jews, including myself, pray three or four times a day for the return to the Holy Land. But praying for something and actually taking it from its owner are two different things."

All Jews hold different opinions

Quite a few people believe that all Jews are Zionists. This is a cardinal belief of the Zionists, who claim to be "the vanguard of the Jewish people". This confusion between Jews and Zionists is a political misconception and a source of danger. Some Muslim and other media blame local Jews for the way Israel treats Palestinians. This is not only unfair because local Jews have zero influence on Israel's policies. It is also ironic because those very media that claim to be opposed to Zionism have in fact become purveyors of the Zionist ideology that conflates Jews and Zionists, local Jewish communities and the State of Israel.

"Israel calls itself a Jewish state and claims to belong to all the Jews of the world. But most of the Jews of the world prefer to live outside of Israel. And apparently, about a million Israelis also live outside of Israel."

Are those who oppose Zionism anti-Semitic?

Criticism of Israel is often confused with anti-Semitism. Indeed, quite a few anti-Semites criticize Israel. But the protagonists of Rabkin's book are most prominent rabbis of the last century, and nobody would call them anti-Semites. This is why the book has attracted so much attention around the world. Some people are unhappy that the book sheds light on the fundamental differences between Zionism and Judaism. They would rather silence this whole issue. But Rabkin believes that intellectuals must explore such issues even if they go against the current. "Let me tell you an old Jewish story. When one does not know if the fish one has bought is dead or alive, one must put it in a stream. If it swims against the current, this shows it is alive".

European nationalism: Parallelism between Turkey and Israel

The emergence of nationalism in Europe in the 19th century transformed many countries on the continent and rebuilt them with new secular, national identities. According to Rabkin, such a historic transformation constitutes a common ground for Turkey and Israel in terms of building new secular identities, language reform and regional issues.

He points out that "Ottoman identity was not a national identity just like Jewish identity is not a national identity." Another parallel between Turkey and Israel, Rabkin adds, is the stance of their first leaders, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and David Ben-Gurion, respectively. "The perception of Atatürk and the perception of Ben-Gurion was nearly the same. For them, religion is a thing of the past. … For Ben-Gurion, religion was to die away within a generation or two. However, it did not happen this way, and the numbers of religious Jews keep growing. Turkey also has known a movement back to Islam."

Old Yishuv: Coexistence in the Middle East

Jews have lived as a minority for millennia. In Christian lands they experienced a lot more persecution than under Islam. In the Ottoman Empire, including the Holy Land, Jews, Muslims and Christians lived together in relative harmony. For Jews, Istanbul was the most peaceful corner of Europe for many centuries. This coexistence must continue.

Zionism aimed at and succeeded in building up a Jewish majority in Israel/Palestine, which engendered the century-old conflict. But Rabkin is quite hopeful about prospects for peace: "I am an optimist, even though peace will require tremendous efforts. I believe that there can be no peace without justice. Economically and politically, the Palestinians today are much weaker than the Israelis. Stability demands balance. Many Palestinians lost their houses, their lands since 1947, and they ought to be compensated for lost property. For instance there was a Palestinian village where the campus of Tel Aviv University stands today. Nobody suggests to rebuild that village, but its former residents and their heirs must be compensated."

Rabkin also published a book this year, "Comprendre l'Etat d'Israël" (Understanding the State of Israel), which offers a new perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict. And always as a swimmer against the current, his new book should bring a new breath to our understanding of Israel

Nadja und Enissa sagen: Mit Dank an „Jeschurun – Judentum gegen Zionismus! Professor Rabkin ist große Klasse!


Uitspraak van deze  knappe jonge dame (26): „Op de bus heeft iedereen dezelfde richting en toch een andere bestemming“ 
Lees het Nieuwslijn-interview met haar online
Nashenka zegt: Het Antwerps info- en lifestyle  magazine NIEUWSLIJN is steeds welkom ;-)

VR China: Yuan wird schrittweise vollwertige Alternative zur US Dollar

China to Start Payments With Russia in National Currencies on December 29
 By Sputnik
 From December 29, China, Russia, Malaysia and New Zealand will start the usage of national currencies in mutual transactions. Beijing hopes to make the yuan an alternative to the US dollar in global trade.

Nadja sagt:  Ab und zu enthält ein trockener Wirtschaftsbericht auch gute Nachrichten! ;-)

Montag, 29. Dezember 2014

Eine Winterfreude für unsere geflügelte Freunden und für uns

Nashenka sagt: Die paar Euros werdet Ihr wohl übrig haben für sie, oder?! ;-)

Sonntag, 28. Dezember 2014

Amtliche Erklärung der KDVR

U.S. Can Never Justify Screening and Distribution of Reactionary Movie: Policy Department of NDC of DPRK
Pyongyang, December 27 (KCNA) - The spokesman for the Policy Department of the National Defence Commission (NDC) of the DPRK Saturday issued a statement denouncing the U.S. for screening even dishonest and reactionary movie hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and agitating terrorism while groundlessly linking the unheard-of hacking at the Sony Pictures Entertainment to the DPRK.
The statement said that much scared at the hacking attack of justice made by the "guardians of peace", the Sony Pictures Entertainment hastily suspended the screening of the above-said movie. But at the zealous prodding of the U.S. administration and wicked conservative forces, it again buckled down to distributing the movie, failing to guess a miserable fate to be faced by it in the future, it added:
    U.S. President Obama is the chief culprit who forced the Sony Pictures Entertainment to "indiscriminately distribute" the movie and took the lead in appeasing and blackmailing cinema houses and theatres in the U.S. mainland to distribute the movie.
    Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest. When the Sony Pictures Entertainment made public a statement that it would give upthe distribution of the movie, frightened by the merciless retaliatory strike, Obama urged it to unconditionally screen the movie, claiming that the disgrace suffered by Sony Pictures Entertainment means sorrow of the U.S., why did it issue such a statement as holding a white flag without informing the president of it?, it is the violation of the freedom of expression and a threat to the security of the U.S. and it is necessary to make symmetric counteraction, considering the hacking attack was made by "north Korea", though it is not clear who was behind it, the statement said, and went on:
    Dancing to the tune of Obama's outbursts, Kerry, McCain, Bolton and other wicked conservative politicians zealously prodded the Sony Pictures Entertainment into distributing the movie, blustering who else but "north Korea" caused property losses worth hundreds of millions of dollars to it.  If the U.S. is to persistently insist that the hacking attack was made by the DPRK, the U.S. should produce evidence without fail, though belatedly.
    If the U.S. cannot open to public evidence due to "protection of sensitive information source" as expressed by the FBI, the U.S. may conduct a joint investigation with the DPRK in camera.
    However, the U.S. is behaving recklessly, trumpeting about "symmetric counteraction", "combination of invisible sanctions and visible sanctions" and "re-designation of sponsor of terrorism" while linking the hacking attack with the DPRK without clear evidence and sure ground.
    In actuality, the U.S., a big country, started disturbing the internet operation of major media of the DPRK, not knowing shame like children playing a tag.
  We had already warned the U.S. not act like beating air after being hit hard by others.
    Of course, we do not expect the gangsters to pay heed to our warnings.
    When the public is becoming increasingly vocal about the hacking attack on the DPRK media this time, the U.S. feigned ignorance, saying that they should ask "north Korea" and the U.S. neither admits nor denies.
    The prevailing situation clearly shows that the U.S. is adding to its crimes by screening the movie "The Interview."
    With no rhetoric can the U.S. justify the screening and distribution of the movie.
    This is because "The Interview" is an illegal, dishonest and reactionary movie quite contrary to the UN Charter, which regards respect for sovereignty, non-interference in internal affairs and protection of human rights as a legal keynote, and international laws.
It is also because it is a new politically-motivated provocation made by the U.S., pursuant to its hostile policy toward the DPRK as it is a movie for agitating terrorism produced with high-ranking politicians of the U.S. administration involved.
    This is the reason why the world is branding "The Interview" as a typical product of the U.S. anachronistic act of challenging not only the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK but also human justice and conscience and encroaching upon peace and security.
    The anti-U.S. sacred war at present precisely means protecting justice and peace.
    If the U.S. persists in American-style arrogant, high-handed and gangster-like arbitrary practices despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK, the U.S. should bear in mind that its failed political affairs will face inescapable deadly blows. -0- 

Copyright (C) KOREA NEWS SERVICE(KNS) All Rights Reserved

Wintereinzug in Flandern

Antwerpen - Wie niet de weg op moet, blijft beter binnen.
Bild 1: Abgesperrter Weg in 2380 Ravels  (Mia Uyden GvA)
Bild 2: Winter in der Malakow-Domäne in 1502 Lembeek (Archivbild)
Siehe auch Vogelbilder von Fotograf Emile Devogeleer:

Nashenka sagt: Es sieht so romantisch aus, sagt aber nichts aus über  die Glätte auf Straßen und Wegen! ;-)

26.12.1893 MAO ZEDONG geboren

Vorsitzenden MAO ZEDONG auf den X. Parteitag der KP Chinas (August 1973)
Der Bericht zum Parteitag erstattete Genosse ZHOU EN LAI
Siehe ebenfalls:

Nadja sagt: Ehrendes Gedenken!

Freitag, 26. Dezember 2014

Einfach nicht da! Retraite ;-)

Nashenka zegt:  Wij zullen een paar dagen niets posten. Surft intussen in de oudere bijdragen. Commentaren zijn, zoals steeds, welkom.
Nashenka sagt: Wir machen ein paar Tage Blogpause. Während dessen: Zuschriften erbeten, gilt immer! Die „Deviante Verführung“ - Bilder bringe ich ausdrücklich NUR für Frauen!
For Ladies only!

Donnerstag, 25. Dezember 2014

In Memoriam das rumänische präsidentielle Ehepaar Nicolae und Elena Ceaușescu

Ermordet, von einen Femegericht hingerichtet am 25.12. 1989
Ceaușescus Bereicherung der Theorie des wissenschaftlichen Sozialismus, unter anderem:
-    Bezeichnung „sozialistischen Internationalismus“ statt „proletarischen“ für die Beziehungen zwischen sozialistischen Staaten.
-    Bezeichnung „revolutionäre Arbeiterdemokratie“ statt „Diktatur des Proletariats“ 
Nadja sagt: Die revisionistische und liquidatorische Kontrarevolutionären der DDR haben ihm den Karl-Marx-Orden weggenommen und waren, statt zu zittern für ihr eigenes Schicksal, schadenfreudig über sein jähes Ende!

Mittwoch, 24. Dezember 2014


Kim Jong Un Visits Kumsusan Palace of Sun
Pyongyang, December 17(KCNA) - Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, together with Ri Sol Ju visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun Wednesday, the third anniversary of demise of leader Kim Jong Il.
Visitors included senior officials of the party, state and army, chief secretaries of the provincial committees of the WPK, members of the central guiding bodies of the party in Pyongyang, deputies to the Supreme People's Assembly in Pyongyang, leading officials of armed forces organs, ministries and national institutions and officials of the party Central Committee.
Kim Jong Un entered the hall where the statues of President Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il are standing.
A floral basket in the name of Kim Jong Un was placed before the statues.
Also laid there was a floral basket in the joint name of the C.C. the WPK, the Central Military Commission of the WPK, the NDC of the DPRK, the Presidium of the SPA of the DPRK and the Cabinet of the DPRK.
Kim Jong Un together with visitors paid high tribute to the statues in the humblest reverence.
He entered the immortality hall where Kim Jong Il lies in state.
He together with visitors paid respectful homage and made deep bow to Kim Jong Il in the humblest reverence.
The visitors went round the hall where orders Kim Jong Il received are on display, the mourners' hall and halls which house a car, electric car, boat and train coach used by him. 
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Sony's making of film on North Korea act of stupidity: Analyst (VIDEO)

Press TV – 24.12.14 An analyst says the making of a comic movie by a US entertainment company about the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was a “colossal act of stupidity,” Press TV reports.
James Fetzer, a professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth, told Press TV that the production of the film “The Interview” by Sony Pictures was also provocative.
“The creation of this movie from the beginning was a colossal act of stupidity and I can’t believe that Sony is going forward with its release under these circumstances,” he said, after the US company announced it would release the movie.
He further said that Hollywood is now very much under the influence of the Zionists.
US officials say Pyongyang targeted Sony Pictures in a hacking attack to halt the planned release of the movie. North Korea denied any involvement in the cyber attack and proposed a joint investigation with Washington.
The hack, which has been described as the most devastating cyber attack on a US business, has paralyzed Sony Pictures and led to the cancelation of the screening of the controversial movie.
The hackers threatened 9/11-style terrorist attacks on the US movie theaters screening “The Interview.”
Zur Video:

Nadja sagt: Professor James Fetzer fetzt! Siehe in Beilage (Kommentar) der Link zu eine sinngemäße Übersetzung auf Deutsch! 
(Notabene für Google Search: ich habe schon  jahrelang GAR KEINEN Umgang mehr mit „Die rostige Laterne“, bitte aktualisieren!)

J.B. TITO Concerning the National Question and Social Patriotism

(November 26, 1948)
“…The charge is continually levelled against us that we are nationalists; but not a single shred of evidence has been brought forward in support of such irresponsible assertions. What was our attitude in this respect during the Liberation War? It was obviously internationalist, because in the war we conscientiously performed, not only our national duty, but also our international duty. And what has been our attitude in this respect since the end of the war? It has obviously been internationalist, because we have assisted to the limits of our powers the countries of people's democracy which have needed our help, regardless of whether they asked for our help or not. We have never turned a deaf ear and refused to offer all possible assistance to the progressive movements in other countries which have needed our help, regardless of whether they have asked us for it or not. And right up to the present we have not moved an inch from this standpoint.
On the question of whether we are nationalists or not I can say the following: we are nationalists to the exact degree necessary to develop a healthy socialist patriotism among our people, and socialist patriotism is in its essence internationalism. Socialism does not require of us that we renounce our love for our socialist country, that we renounce our love for our own people. Socialism does not require of us that we should not make every possible effort to build up our socialist country as quickly as possible, in order that we may so create the best possible living conditions for our working people. Our creative drive in building up our country, that is the creative drive of our workers, our youth, our people's intelligentsia, and all our working peasants and citizens, who are voluntarily contributing their share to the work of construction within the People's Front, — none of these things need, or indeed can, be stigmatized as some sort of nationalist deviation. No, this is socialist patriotism, which in its essence is profoundly international, and for that reason we are proud of it.
A moment or so ago I touched briefly on these questions, that is to say, I quoted a few examples. I did not give a concrete analysis of the substance of the kinds of interference and dishonest steps taken against our country by the countries of people's democracy, in other words, by all those who should be the last people to act in such a way. I am leaving all that for another occasion, because, although it would momentarily throw more light on the whole matter, it would not do any good in the present situation, rather it would do damage to the common cause. …”
Excerpt from “Speech held at the Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences, Ljubljana November  26, 1948. 

Full Reading:
Nadja sagt: Bekanntlich bin ich „halb Stalinistin und halb Titistin“! ;-)
(Notabene für Google Search: ich habe schon sehr lange GAR KEINEN Umgang mehr mit „Die rostige Laterne“, bitte das zu berücksichtigen!)

Montag, 22. Dezember 2014

21.12.1879 J.W. STALIN geboren


Ein Mann, der alle Völker Frieden lehrt
Und der bei Lenin ging einst in die Lehre,
Ein Mann, in dem ein großes Volk sich ehrt,
Ein Mann, der hält es für die höchste Ehre,

Wenn Ihn ein Volk den Mann des Friedens nennt -
Ein Mann, in dessen tausenden Bildnissen
Ein Volk in seinem Besten sich erkennt -
Und tiefstes Wissen ist und Weltgewissen -

Ein Mann, der uns die Botschaft hat gebracht,
Daß unser Volk, mit seinem Volk verbündet,
Europas Völkern Frieden geben kann -

Ein Mann, der Stalin heißt und mit uns wacht.
Ein Mann, der Deutschlands wahren Ruhm verkündet.

Ein Mann, der Deutschland liebt - und unser Mann!

Johannes R. BECHER „Dichtung“ zweiter Teil Aufbau Verlag  Berlin 1952
Nadja sagt: Nicht mit  Brechts, sondern mit Bechers Dichtung wird mir immer noch warm ums Herz! ;-)

Freitag, 19. Dezember 2014

Einfach nicht da! Retraite ;-)

Nashenka zegt:  Wij zullen een paar dagen niets posten. Surft intussen in de oudere bijdragen. Commentaren zijn, zoals steeds, welkom.
Nashenka sagt: Wir machen ein paar Tage Blogpause. Während dessen: Zuschriften erbeten, gilt immer! Die „Deviante Verführung“ - Bilder bringe ich ausdrücklich NUR für Frauen! For Ladies only!

Donnerstag, 18. Dezember 2014

„Land ohne Volk?“ – Ein Besuch am russisches jüdisches autonomes Gebiet von Yakow RABKIN

A land without a people?: A visit to Russia's Jewish autonomous region 
A visit to Birobidzhan, where Jewish autonomy hasn’t exactly worked out — and yet, the sign for Lenin Street is still written in Yiddish and public monuments commemorate Sholem Aleichem.
By Yakov Rabkin
 Last summer, after three months of teaching in Japan, I decided to return home to Montreal via Birobidzhan, in Russia’s Far East. The Jewish Autonomous Region was getting ready to celebrate its 80th anniversary, and I easily found people to host me.
 Built by Jewish enthusiasts from a dozen countries including Argentina, Canada, France, the United States and British Palestine, Birobidzhan is conceptually akin to Israel, which also considers Jews as a nationality rather than a confession. But unlike the State of Israel, Birobidzhan was built on a true “land without a people” and did not have to displace anyone to make the Communist Jewish dream come true. This is one of the reasons an earlier plan to create a Jewish autonomous region in the Crimea, populated for thousands of years, was abandoned in favor of the Far East. Of course, most settlers came from within the Soviet Union, particularly from the Ukraine and Belorussia, where millions of Jews had been living for centuries. They wanted to contribute to the edification of socialism explicitly as Jews.
Full Reading: author is professor of history at the University of Montreal. Among his recent books are A Threat from Within: a Century of Jewish opposition to Zionism (Macmillan/Zedbooks) and Comprendre l’État d’Israël (Écosociété).
Nadja sagt: Sehr interessant und sympathisch! Bei alle DSF wurde das Thema  „Birobidshan“ in der DDR nicht besonders betont. Ich entsinne mich noch an ein (über)begeistertes Reisebericht  dorthin von  Genossin Lisette Abts (Gesellschaft Belgien-UdSSR). Das ganze Konzept kritisierte Gen. Paul De Groot (CPN) in seine Mémoires „Die dreißiger Jahre“ als „Variante des, Zugeständnis am Zionismus“, womit er wohl recht hatte.

Eenzaam zonder jou - Einsam und allein

Nashenka zegt: Vriendin NANCY is gehospitaliseerd. Na een ingreep volgt een onbepaald langdurige revalidatiebehandeling. Dat maakt zich voelbaar, ik mis haar bijna dagelijkse  bijdragen zeer. Zonder vriendin Nancy is het hier eenzame bedoening. Hopelijk mag ze gauw weer thuis zijn.

Mittwoch, 17. Dezember 2014


Beijing  1972
Nadja sagt: Anders dann das gestrigen Zitat, lehrte Vorsitzenden Mao die positive, aktive Rolle der Volksmassen, jedoch ist nicht jede  Masse die Volksmassen die er meint gleich! Bekanntlich, und bedauerlicherweise, waren in der DDR die Werke Mao Zedongs  jahrelang  unauffindbar. Sogar die DDR Briefmarken  mit das Bildnis Mao Tse Tungs  waren  entfernt aus der Dauerausstellung des Museums der Deutschen Post in Berlin. Lächerlich war das! ;-(

Dienstag, 16. Dezember 2014


"The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim"
Gustave Le Bon;"The Crowd"

Montag, 15. Dezember 2014

Welles Hangen „DDR Der unbequeme Nachbar“ (2)

Nadja sagt: Hier ist dann das Vorwort,  vielleicht folgt noch die Vorbemerkung von Welles Hangen. Mir scheint das Buch geeignet zu sein als Bettlektüre, Schulungsmaterial,  für alle vaterlandsliebende Deutschen mit eine positive Einstellung zur DDR  ;-)

Sonntag, 14. Dezember 2014

Welles Hangen „DDR Der unbequeme Nachbar“

Piper München 1967 Original „The murred Revolution“ (A. Knopf NY 1966)
Nadja sagt: Das aufschlußreichste mir bekannte Feindbuch zum Thema DDR. Es folgt das Vorwort daraus! (Kicher!) ;-)

Samstag, 13. Dezember 2014

Post-Ghadafi Libyen: chaotisches Elend ohne Ende

UN envoy warns of ISIS camps in Libya:
A United Nations special envoy is warning of Islamic State group camps in Libya and says many nearby states risk being destabilised if the country's chaos isn't quickly brought under control.

EU bans Libyan airlines from operating in Europe airspace: .
"Recent events in Libya have led to a situation whereby the Civil Aviation Authority is no longer able to fulfill its international obligations with regard to the safety of the Libyan Aviation sector."

 Nadja sagt: Siehe weitere Beträge als „Kommentar“. Ghadafis Libyen schien mal interessant als Nichtpaktgebundener Staat und soziales Experiment, heutzutage dagegen …;-(

Freitag, 12. Dezember 2014


"When I was growing up, it was 'Communists'. Now it's 'Terrorists'. So you always have to have somebody to fight and be afraid of, so the war machine can build more bombs, guns, and bullets." - Cindy Sheehan

„Hochschwanger acht Stunden ohne Hilfe am Boden des Antwerpener Zentralbahnhofes“ (Videomontage)

Grafiek: Vriendin Sam
 Hoogzwangere vrouw acht uur zonder hulp op de grond in Antwerpen-Centraal
Nashenka sagt: Interessantes aber unreelles Werbungsvideo! In Wirklichkeit würde die Bahnhofspolizei spätestens nach wenige Stunden die Frau kontrollieren und vermitteln an diese ärztliche  Hilfsorganisation.

GORKI „Ein Lesebuch für unsere Zeit“ (8)

Nashenka sagt: Zum Schluß noch eine STALIN-Ehrung und ein paar Bilder und wie gesagt:  Für den lange Winterabende, die Nostalgie und die Weiterbildung! ;-)

Donnerstag, 11. Dezember 2014

Generalstreik angesagt: Müllabfuhr streikt mit!

Nadja und Enissa sagen: Gegen die neoliberale Sozialabbruchpolitik, Solidarität mit den Streikenden!

GORKI „Ein Lesebuch für unsere Zeit“ (7)

Nashenka sagt: Es folgt nun weiter, in Abschnitte, die Zeittafel „Gorki und seine  Zeit“ (heute Seiten 88-93). Für den lange Winterabende, die Nostalgie und die Weiterbildung! ;-)

Mittwoch, 10. Dezember 2014


Kim Jong Un Enjoys Art Performance of Servicemen's Families
 Pyongyang, December 9 (KCNA) - Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and first chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission, together with the participants in the Second Meeting of KPA Exemplary Servicemen's Families, enjoyed a performance of art groups of servicemen's families of KPA units, who won at the fifth round of the second-term contest among art groups of KPA servicemen's families, and made a speech there.
Kim Jong Un together with Ri Sol Ju appeared in the auditorium of theatre.
The performance was given by members of art groups of servicemen's families of KPA units 564, 966, 233, 593, 287, 630, 380, 243, 468 and 600.
Its numbers included serial choruses "Eternal Smile", poem and story telling "Paektusan Family Members and Socialism" and drama on true story "Father".
The performers sang in an excited tone of the noble ideological and moral world of servicemen's families who remain loyal to the Songun revolutionary leadership of Supreme Commander Kim Jong Un, with their deep yearning and reverence for the great Generalissimos Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and the Supreme Commander.
Among the audience were Hwang Pyong So, So Hong Chan and Ryom Chol Song.
At the end of the performance, Kim Jong Un mounted the stage to make a speech.
In his speech he said that he came to realize once again the fact that the mightiness of the DPRK's revolutionary armed forces does not come only from the powerful sophisticated striking means and thanks to the devoted efforts of the servicemen's families, the KPA has fully discharged its noble mission and duty for the times and history to reliably defend the party and revolution despite any upheaval.
He noted that he was determined to work harder to lead the revolutionary armed forces to the eternal victory as the supreme commander, keeping their trust and expectation in his mind all the time.
It is the great pride of the party and country to have a large revolutionary force of such sturdy and great women as the servicemen's families, he added.
He stressed that their husbands and children will fight more bravely and always hold higher the red flag of revolution to live up to their expectation.
Kim Jong Un called upon the servicemen's wives, including the participants in the meeting, to more reliably discharge their duty as cooks of the Korean revolution so that their husbands and children can remain intensely loyal to the revolution and more courageously take the lead in paving an untrodden path for the country's prosperity.
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GORKI „Ein Lesebuch für unsere Zeit“ (6)

Nashenka sagt: Es folgt nun weiter, in Abschnitte, die Zeittafel „Gorki und seine  Zeit“ (heute Seiten 82-87). Für den lange Winterabende, die Nostalgie und die Weiterbildung! ;-)

Dienstag, 9. Dezember 2014

Russia Today and the new Information Wars

 By Matt Carr
 I don't see RT - or any other media outlet for that matter - as the 'voice of truth'.
Nadja sagt: Na klar, immer und mehr dann je zuvor den Medien gegenüber  kritisch bleiben! ;-)