Greek Jam. Oh, too juicy to pass up!!

Unbelievable about the Greeks! They actually flushed themselves. Many countries have defaulted before but none have been as flamboyant about it as Greece! Over half of the Greek nation are now saying that voting no on the referendum makes them feel so good, however, over half of the Greek nation hasn’t a clue as to what’s next? In front of the entire planet they cut their nose off to spite their face! Continue reading

Iconoclasm, not correct but sure sounds good!!

I have never concealed the thrill I get at thinking to wipe out the false, and inhuman I daresay, myths of the bourgeois ethics. Some improperly call me iconoclastic, but iconoclasm refers to the destruction of images when one is hostile to any visual representation in general. However, I love the way the word sounds; call me iconoclastic if it fits for you, I don’t care. Am I kidding? Huh, dunno! Pitch a yarn, and make it sound the way you like the most. I won’t comply with it, unless it will sign and seal the end of slavery for each and everybody on this lonely planet. Otherwise, I will react with my usual sense of humor. Better to crack a good laugh and never take yourself seriously, my old folks used to tell me. Such a wise teaching, for if you are unable to laugh firstly at yourself, you must have either missed the sweetest side of life, or have been living dead for a long, long time. Or, violence is so rooted within you that you’ve killed the least hint of human touch. Let individuals be free to express themselves, and if they are actually free, their free expression will never turn into offense. Freedom can originate only out of accomplished humanity, how could it possibly be evil, as it can never be attained through violence? Continue reading

Radical Islamists, and some new and old stories.

On the island of Sardinia, Italy, a judicial inquiry, carried out by the Public Prosecutor’s office of Cagliari, the Sardinian capital city, has led to arrest nine suspects of being radical Islamists linked to Al Qaeda who planned an attack on Vatican. They were arrested on April 24th 2015 in northeastern Sardinia, in the Costa Smeralda, a famous part of this Mediterranean island for its luxurious villas and jet set life style. More accomplices are still at large and being sought, local news has informed. Rumors have it that they were conspiring to kill Pope Benedict XVI in 2010, when he was the Head of the Catholic Church before resigning in 2013. Continue reading

Cry(p)tically Trash!!


There was a time when crypto-currencies were a big hit, and they looked to be the new frontier of happiness and freedom. We the People have created something wonderful that can make us live with peace of mind and release us from the economic crisis caused by bankers, politicians and their cronies, and so on and so forth with nonsense like this. Someone also thought that this was the way to get rid of government… LMFAO Continue reading

We the People

Power is definitely superfluous, but its totalitarian dimension imprisons us all. The state of the art our societies have reached tells us that the emancipation of humanity is possible, however; we are dramatically packed into the slavery condition imposed by the Great Dominator Das Kapital.

We the People, sounds as an empty notion to my critical ears, or worse, it is an alarm, given its petty bourgeois and reactionary nature. I am not used to thinking within national borders, nor am I concerned about the financial fortunes of my country. Mankind, free from economic slavery is my aim; I leave the rest to those who are deluded to change things by following the rules of democracy and common good. Continue reading

The things we are afraid of…

The foreigners, especially when they don’t look like us, have no money to make us happy, and are desperately in need.

Atheism, as we feel alone and lost without religion, although religion does not explain why individuals, dehumanized by the social dominion, should adore such a God even more inhuman than they are.

Communism, because we hate dullness, but where on earth have we seen it in action? Does Capital owned by the State make any difference? And the squalor in our democracies is not as dreadful? Continue reading

Obama, the Castro Brothers, and a brand new course.

Are democracies open to new solutions, or are dictatorships being converted? Will the rule of law prevail on absolutism?

Yes, there are States that are founded upon the rule of law, and that’s when they legislate according to a democratic version of the machine called Power, and then there are those whose legislative function is a prerogative of only one person, or a narrow circle of oligarchs, or tyrants.

Unfortunately, democracy is but an illusion, and the rule of law is nothing but a tool used by the ruling classes to create the inhuman reality where the lives of the subjugated are deemed to be lived according to the most evilest of schemes: No money? Then, no life at all!! Nothing like democratic peace—which always means to struggle within limits—works like a charm, a real cure-all for business. What? Struggle within limits? What’s that? Oh, nothing, apart from the powerful being entitled to kill the weak, but in such a soft and sweet way. Continue reading

Bitter Fruit

Yes, people are definitely not mad about fruit and vegetables grown in the Sea of Plastic, the horrible oceanic expanse of greenhouses in Almeria’s area in Andalusia, South of Spain. Unfortunately, although during the tastings—some of my colleagues and I made across many countries in Europe—they said they didn’t like to eat that rubbish, most of them had to admit that that is the only junk food they can afford. Cheap fruit and vegetables produced in the slavery forges of Almeria for the sake of taskmaster farmers and supermarket chains so avid to delight their clients, and, needless to say, make large profits. Oh, this is Capitalism baby, some may say; yes, I know, I know so well! Continue reading

Fruit in its Prime!

I remember my grandmother complaining about fruit and vegetables out of season, “May is too early for cherries, won’t be best until July”, she would nag on when she spotted her favorite fruit at one of her kids homes. Grandma never liked the idea of having fruit out of season. Something I have no intention to complain about. This is just the first in the series, or better still, the resumption of a burning question we have tackled before, about brutal shameless slavery and agriculture. Continue reading

Success does not like to smile on losers.

It sickens me the massive use of quotes by illustrious people, or also show biz stars, on many websites which incite to succeed, in most cases, particularly for those by scientists, poets, thinkers, and other historical characters, they are not only inappropriate to such a contemptible milieu, but even misinterpreted. Continue reading