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Rosa Luxemburg: The Future Everywhere Belongs to Revolution!

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Published at the BlackCommentator.com, Thursday, May 24, 2012

 

Now this same H. Paasche has recently been arrested--as it seems, the arrest was caused by a leaflet in which he is said to have appealed to the women workers in the munitions branch of industry to hold a mass strike!...The fact is that he is undergoing investigation. Isn't it wonderful that suddenly one can still discover human beings, real men, {and women], and in circles where they are least to be expected? (Letter to Clara Zetkin, [Breslau,] November 24, 1917, The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg)

 

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What a charade! Congress does not vote for his policies! Barrack Obama to the American people: It's Urgent! Call, write, email, tweet the U.S. Congress! You're your congressional representative to support Obama's policies!

 

News is hardly distinguishable from the cultural production heard on NPR or from the commercial advertising on television or from the art work on display at a local gallery; in other words, it, too is generated by corporate "artists" blurring the lines between fiction and myth.   Consequently, the omission of this government's move toward totalitarianism is not news! So you might have missed this: Obama's signing into law the Federal Restriction Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act in March, 2012--and, no, it is not about improving the landscape of federal buildings. It is, however, about keeping those well-kept lawns clean of taxpayers, specifically, protesting taxpayers!    

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See you are being urged to call, write, email, tweet your Congressional representatives from your home, if your home is not in foreclosure or if you have a home at all. Get active! Protest! Yes, protest--but from home--stay off the streets or anywhere the haloed local, state, or federal represents might be speaking and, most important, stay clear away from wherever the Haloed One on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue might make an appearance, unless you are one of the "selected" citizens chosen to represent--the powerful, increasing centralized authority of the State.

 

Think of the well-choreographed parades and ceremonies in North Korea!

 

Do not leave your home and assemble with other Americans in protest on the lawns of a government building or anywhere Obama or those Congressional represents might be speaking if you are not pleased with the way your government fails to represent you and your interests or the way in which the Empire spends billions on wars and kills with the weapons you pay for, if you have employment here in the U.S. You will be arrested if you dissent and make you voice heard by showing up to protest in front of a public building.

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The right to assemble and "peacefully" protest along with fellow citizens is now a felony!

 

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Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, Black Commentator, Editorial Board and Columnist, Doctorate in Modern American Literature/Cultural Theory
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