Είναι αναμφισβήτητο γεγονός πια, ότι σε όλο το δυτικό κόσμο η μεγάλη μάζα των διανοουμένων είναι σε πολύ μεγάλο βαθμό εξαρτημένη από το κεφάλαιο ή από την εξουσία. Οι μηχανισμοί είναι γνωστότατο. Η εύνοια, η συμμετοχή σε " ερευνητικά προγράμματα " που συνδέονται με την παραγωγή, η παροχή υπηρεσιών με την τυπική ιδιότητα του συμβούλου, του τεχνοκράτη, του εμπειρογνώμονα ή ακόμα και του «γκουρού», κατέστησαν την διανόηση «επάγγελμα»...».

Κ
. Τσουκαλάς

« It is now an undeniable fact that throughout the western world the intellectuals are strongly dependent on the capital and the «power». The mechanisms are well known. These are the favouritism, the participation in «research projects» associated with the production, the status of consultant, the technocrat, the expert, or even the «gurus».All these have made the intellectuals a professional cast of people in the service of political, economical and social elites.

C. Tsoukalas

11 ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ 2010

Τι περιμένουνουμε στην αγορά συναθροισμένοι;
Είναι οι βάρβαροι να φθάσουν σήμερα.
Γιατί μέσα στην σύγκλητο μια τέτοια απραξία;
Τι καθοντ’ οι συγκλητικοί και δεν νομοθετούνε;
Γιατί οι βάρβαροι θα φθάσουν σήμερα!

Τι νόμους πια θα κάμουν οι συγκλητικοί;
Οι βάρβαροι σαν έλθουν θα νομοθετήσουν!

Παρασκευή, 5 Μαρτίου 2010

TURKEY ANGRY AT USA ARMENIAN «GENOCIDE VOTE».



http://islamizationwatch.blogspot.com/2010/03/turkey-angry-at-us-armenian-genocide.html
Sadly in Turkey that is the only thing you are allowed to say!! No genocide committed here!! And as PM Erdogan would add ~ No Muslim could commit a genocide!!


Armenian orphans are seen in this undated handout photo taken by John Elder as he travelled throughout Armenian populated regions between 1917 and 1919.Turkey has reacted angrily to a U.S. congressional panel's resolution branding the World War I-era mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as "genocide." Turkey recalled its ambassador to the United States for consultations after the House Foreign Affairs Committee narrowly approved the resolution on March 4. In a written statement, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the resolution accused Turkey "of a crime that it has not committed." He also expressed serious concerns that the nonbinding resolution would harm Turkish-U.S. ties and efforts by Muslim Turkey and Christian Armenia to bury a century of hostility. Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Turkey would press ahead with those efforts, stemming from an October 2009 accord aimed at normalizing bilateral relations. But he also said parliamentary ratification of that agreement was now at risk."Rapprochement needs political will," Davutoglu said. "This is hard to reach, but if we work together it's not an unreachable goal."Davutoglu also said Ankara was "seriously disturbed" by the measure and warned of a breakdown in Turkish-U.S. ties.
Murat Mercan was part of a Turkish parliamentary delegation that had gone to Washington to try to persuade members of the House of Representatives committee to reject the resolution.
Giving his reaction after the vote, he warned that Ankara doesn't "bluff.""We are a big very important country. We don't bluff. Whatever we said in the past will come true," Mercan said. "You will all see the government, the prime minister, the foreign minister working on possible reactions and consequences."

'Important Step'

The White House had also urged the U.S. lawmakers not to pass the resolution, saying it would offend NATO member Turkey at a time when relations with Ankara are crucial for U.S. Middle East policy.
Armenia, however, described the vote as a boost for human rights.

In Yerevan, Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian said the vote was "another proof of the devotion of the American people to universal human values" and was "an important step toward the prevention of crimes against humanity."Armenian-American groups have sought congressional affirmation of the killings as genocide for decades and welcomed the March 4 vote -- despite expressing disappointment at the Obama administration's efforts to block the measure. The Armenian Assembly of America told RFE/RL's Armenian Service it was satisfied with the vote, which it said came "in the face of extreme tactics."And Kenneth Hachikian, chairman of the Armenian National Committee of America, denounced the "incredible pressure from the Turkish government" on U.S. lawmakers. He told reporters that the committee's vote showed that "Turkey doesn't get a vote or a veto in the U.S. Congress.""We are very gratified that the House Foreign Affairs Committee chose to prevent Turkey from imposing a gag rule on U.S. foreign policy," Hachikian said, "and decided to stand up for peace and justice and to bring forward the truth of the Armenian genocide."In Turkey ally Azerbaijan, the executive secretary of the ruling Yeni Azerbaijan Party, Ali Ahmadov, expressed regret and denounced a"falsification of history."The resolution now goes to the full House of Representatives, where it is unclear whether it will pass. In 2007, Ankara recalled its ambassador after the U.S. committee approved a similar bill. Then President George W. Bush warned against passage and the measure never came to a vote on the House floor. The ambassador returned to his post after one week.
Ankara this time, too, has urged the U.S. administration to block the resolution. Armenia wants Turkey to recognize the killings of up to 1.5 million Armenians as an act of genocide and has campaigned for them to be recognized as such internationally. But successive Turkish governments have refused to do so. Turkey accepts that many Armenians were killed in 1915 during the war and the break-up of the Ottoman Empire but argues that many Turks were casualties, too. It also argues that the death toll has been inflated and says there was no systematic attempt to exterminate the empire's largest remaining Christian community.

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