September 22nd, 2008

lave na karmane


Banks who made mistakes :

-should go all the way down,
-be investigated and
-those who will be found guilty - persecuted and
-their property confiscated

$ 700 billion should instead be used to create METHANOL industry and convert all american cars to methanol.

With this almost ONE TRILLION in bailouts :

methanol conversion will be done fast and next year we will not be importing ANY OIL, so $700 bill spend will come back in 2 years

underground resistance

expansions of the Kurgan culture were a series of essentially hostile, military invasions

violent spread

Gimbutas believed that the expansions of the Kurgan culture were a series of essentially hostile, military invasions where a new warrior culture imposed itself on the peaceful, matriarchal cultures of "Old Europe", replacing it with a patriarchalwarrior society, a process visible in the appearance of fortified settlements and hillforts and the graves of warrior-chieftains:

The Process of Indo-Europeanization was a cultural, not a physical transformation. It must be understood as a military victory in terms of imposing a new administrative system, language and religion upon the indigenous groups.

In her later life, Gimbutas increasingly emphasized the violent nature of this transition from the Mediterranean cult of the Mother Goddess to a patriarchal society and the worship of the warlike Thunderer (Zeus, Dyaus), to a point of essentially formulating feminist archaeology. Many scholars who accept the general scenario of Indo-European migrations proposed, maintain that the transition was likely much more gradual and peaceful than suggested by Gimbutas. The migrations were certainly not a sudden, concerted military operation, but the expansion of disconnected tribes and cultures, spanning many generations. To what degree the indigenous cultures were peacefully amalgamated or violently displaced remains a matter of controversy among supporters of the Kurgan hypothesis.


Moscow's Strategy

“The dialectic of this offensive consists of a calculated shift from the old, discredited Soviet practice to a new, 'liberalized' model, with a social democratic facade, to realize the communist planners strategy for establishing a United Europe. At the beginning they introduced a variation of the 1968 Czechoslovakian 'democratization.' At a later phase they will shift to a variation of the Czechoslovakian takeover of 1948.”

—ANATOLIY GOLITSYN, New Lies for Old, 1984