Mois: novembre 2020

To the European Parliament… don’t touch Algeria!

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L’Algérie peaufine sa stratégie de développement touristique

To the European Parliament… don’t touch Algeria!

We strongly condemn the interference of the European Parliament in Algeria’s internal affairs.

The resolution of the European Parliament is an insult to the Algerian people.

We warn you against any attempt to destabilize Algeria, which will have disastrous consequences for Africa and the whole world.

We warn against the plots of the Gulf monarchies, those traitors who have always served imperialism and the Zionist entity of Israel.

Would you dare to make a resolution against the Zionist entity of Israel that is massacring the Palestinian people?

Would you dare to make a resolution against the Moroccan Makhzen that is massacring the people of Western Sahara and lobbying in your parliament by buying some of your MPs.

Your parliament is gangrenous with corruption and you are giving us lessons in democracy!

Gentlemen of the European Parliament, your resolution against Algeria is a serious neo-colonialist and imperialist drift.

Your imperialist and neo-colonialist agenda will not pass.

The traitors and mercenaries who serve your agenda have lost the battle.

Algeria is bigger than all of you and the Algerian people shed their blood to obtain their independence, we did not win our independence by playing the lottery.

We have never forgotten your colonialist past and your unspeakable crimes against our people.

Take care of your problems and the problems of the European citizen who lives in precariousness unlike you.

We call on the peoples of Europe to free themselves from their chains and put an end to the reign of the oligarchy that rules them.

Immediately cease your relentlessness against the National People’s Army (ANP), worthy heir to the glorious National Liberation Army (ALN).

The Algerian army is the army of the Algerian people. We are all with our army except the felons who serve the imperialist and neo-colonialist agenda.

Long live the struggle of the people against imperialism and neo-colonialism.

Long live Algeria

Glory to our martyrs!

À Monsieur le Parlement européen… ne touchez pas à l’Algérie !

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À Monsieur le Parlement européen… ne touchez pas à l’Algérie !

Nous condamnons fermement l’ingérence du parlement européen dans les affaires internes de l’Algérie.

La résolution du parlement européen est une insulte au peuple Algérien.

Nous vous mettons en garde contre toute tentative de déstabilisation qui vise l’Algérie et qui aura des conséquences désastreuses sur l’Afrique et le monde entier.

Nous mettons en garde contre les complots des monarchies du golfe, ces traitres qui ont toujours servi l’impérialisme et l’entité sioniste d’Israël.

Oseriez-vous faire une résolution contre l’entité sioniste d’Israël qui massacre le peuple palestinien ?

Oseriez-vous faire une résolution contre le makhzen marocain qui massacre le peuple du Sahara occidental et qui fait du lobbying au sein de votre parlement en achetant certains de vos députés.

Votre parlement est gangrené par la corruption et vous nous donnez des leçons de démocratie !

Messieurs les députés européens, votre résolution contre l’Algérie est une grave dérive néocolonialiste et impérialiste.

Votre agenda impérialiste et néocolonialiste ne passera pas.

Les traitres et mercenaires qui servent votre agenda ont perdu la bataille.

L’Algérie est plus grande que vous tous et le peuple algérien a versé son sang pour obtenir son indépendance, on n’a pas gagné notre indépendance en jouant à la loterie.

On n’a jamais oublié votre passé colonialiste et vos crimes inqualifiables contre notre peuple.

Occupez-vous de vos problèmes et des problèmes du citoyen européen qui vit dans la précarité contrairement à vous.

Nous demandons aux peuples européens de se libérer de leurs chaines et de mettre fin au règne de l’oligarchie qui les dirige.

Cessez immédiatement votre acharnement contre l’Armée nationale populaire (ANP) digne héritière de la glorieuse Armée de libération nationale (ALN).

L’armée algérienne est l’armée du peuple Algérien. Nous sommes tous avec notre armée sauf les félons qui servent l’agenda impérialiste et néocolonialiste.

Vive la lutte des peuples contre l’impérialisme et le néocolonialisme.

Vive l’Algérie

Gloire à nos martyres !

Aliénation et haine de l’étranger !

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Pin on Immigrants and Immigration

Nous avons traversé les mers et les contrées…

Hé ! Vous l’étranger ! Arrête de nous saouler avec tes histoires

On veut du fric, de l’oseille

Et puis tu connais l’aliénation

Nous sommes soumis et fiers de l’être

Les idées des étrangers, on n’aime pas

Nous avons des chaînes qu’on aime

On aime notre condition de soumis

De vos patries, on ne veut que les richesses

Ainsi va le monde !

Nous sommes de toutes les lâchetés, de toutes les trahisons

Le mensonge est structurel chez nous… Allez, va-t’en d’ici !

Pourquoi on se reproduit à ton avis

Lâcheté, trahison, mensonge, manipulation, hypocrisie, cupidité…etc.

C’est le carburant de notre misérable vie

Nous sommes malheureux et nous aimons notre condition

 Regardez nos contrées où se bouscule l’horreur avec ses multiples visages

Si votre patrie a produit des étrangers

La nôtre a enfanté toute la crasse de l’humanité

Nos rêves se réduisent à êtres des capotes usagers du capital

Nous sommes les fondements et les piliers d’un système corvidé

On vous exporte notre pseudo « démocratie » salonnarde

Et on vous pille jour et nuit

Ainsi va le monde !

Occident pédant et arrogant

Nous avons détruit vos pays grâce à vos traîtres

Et nous continuerons

Ainsi va le monde !

Nos populations sont aliénées et fières de l’être

Nos peuples vivent à crédit et ils jouent le jeu

Drôle de jeu… la vie

Ainsi va le monde

On a créé des ONG et des pansements humanitaires pour nous donner un peu de conscience

Celle de l’aliénation

Nous sommes de tous les séparatismes

Et gare à toi étranger !

Vous perturbez notre petite existence

Laissez-nous vivre avec nos mensonges et nos trahisons

Dégagez de nos horizons funestes

Les étrangers sont la cause de tous nos malheurs

Ces idées étranges qui veulent briser nos chaînes

Eh bien, on n’en veut pas !

On ne décide de rien ! On est heureux qu’on décide à notre place

En quoi cela vous concerne, étranger !

On est des usagers, des consommateurs dans la vie est programmée par la bourse et la banque

Nous sommes les serviteurs zélés et fières de l’être

Ainsi va le monde !

Occupez-vous à nous donner votre gaz, votre pétrole, bref toutes vos richesses

Nous, on vous fabrique la félonie et on détruit vos pays

Et le soleil que vous avez ramené de chez vous ne pourra jamais réchauffer nos rues

Remballez votre soleil dans vos poches !

On vous refuse le droit d’exister

Vous êtes juste un thème inépuisable, un fonds de commerce… un objet

Entre deux pipes capitalistes

On ressert le même plat, on s’offre le scalp de l’étranger et on essaie vaille que vaille de digérer notre aliénation

L’aliénation c’est nous !

Dégagez ! Vous l’étranger ! qui veut s’en prendre à notre chère aliénation

On tient à nos chaines comme aux prunelles de nos yeux

On est l’armée du capital et de l’empire

Laissez-nous vivre notre servitude et notre aliénation

Dégagez, dégagez, dégagez ! 

Mohsen Abdelmoumen

  

Our support for the Saharawi people in their struggle to exercise their right to self-determination and independence.

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We affirm our unwavering support for the just cause of the Sahrawi people.

Our total support to the Polisario Front.

Our support for the Saharawi people in their struggle to exercise their right to self-determination and independence.

We warn the imperialist powers against any attempt to destabilize our homeland Algeria.

Down with Moroccan colonialism.

Down with the Moroccan makhzen.

Down with the Arab Gulf States, these traitors who have always served the interests of the Zionist entity of Israel.

Down with the traitors and mercenaries who serve the Makhzen and the Zionist agenda.

Long live the struggle of the people of Western Sahara.

Long live the struggle of the Palestinian people.

Long live Algeria.

Glory to our Martyrs!

Notre soutien au peuple sahraoui dans la lutte qu’il mène pour l’exercice de son droit à l’autodétermination et à l’indépendance.

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Nous affirmons notre soutien indéfectible à la cause juste du peuple sahraoui.

Notre soutien total au Front Polisario.

Notre soutien au peuple sahraoui dans la lutte qu’il mène pour l’exercice de son droit à l’autodétermination et à l’indépendance.

Nous mettons en garde les puissances impérialistes contre toute tentative de déstabilisation de notre patrie l’Algérie.

À bas le colonialisme marocain.

À bas le makhzen marocain.

À bas les États arabes du Golfe, ces traitres qui ont toujours servi les intérêts de l’entité sioniste d’Israël.

À bas les traitres et mercenaires qui servent le makhzen et l’agenda sionistes.

Vive la lutte du peuple du Sahara occidental.

Vive la lutte du peuple palestinien.

Vive l’Algérie.

Gloire à nos Martyrs !

How Could 70 Million Still Have Voted for Trump?

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Présidentielle américaine : quand le résultat final sera-t-il connu ?

Un texte qui nous a été envoyé par le Dr. Jack Rasmus.

Media pundits and others have been deeply perplexed as to why so many Americans in this election–70 million in fact– nonetheless voted for Trump.

But it’s not all that difficult to understand. There are 3 major explanations: One economic. One health. And the third, and most important, a matter of culture and racism manipulated by clever politicians for the past quarter century at least.

The first explanation—economics—is that the red states (Trump’s base) did not ‘suffer’ as much economically from the recession as have (and are) the blue states and big urban areas. The red states shut down only in part and for just a couple weeks then quickly reopened as early as May. A few hot spots in New Orleans and Florida were quickly contained. By reopening quickly they economically minimized the negative effects of the shutdowns and quarantines. They would eventually pay the price in health terms for early reopening, but they clearly chose to trade off later health problems for early economic gains. At the same time they quickly reopened, the red pro-Trump states still received the economic benefits of the March-April Cares Act bailout that pumped more than a $trillion into the economy benefitting households directly–i.e. this was the $670 billion in small business PPP grants, the $350 billion in extra unemployment benefits, the $1,200 checks, and other direct spending on hospitals and health providers. The Trump states got their full share of the bailout, even if they didn’t need it as much after having reopened early. Finally, if Trump supporters lived in the farm belt sector of Red State America, they additionally got $70B more in direct subsidies and payments from Trump that was designed to placate the farm belt during Trump’s disastrous China trade war. That’s 3 main sources of added income the red states as a general rule received that the blue states, coasts, big cities elsewhere did not get. In short the economic impact of this recession was therefore far less severe in the geographic areas of the greatest concentration of Trump’s political support.

Second, Covid did not negatively impact the red states as much as it did the blue states and major urban areas of America—at least not until late in Sept-Oct after which much voting had already begun and political positions had hardened. And then when Covid did hit the red states late, it impacted relatively more the larger cities and not as much initially in the small towns and rural areas of Trump’s red states. Covid’s impact economically was therefore relatively worse in big urban areas, especially in the coasts.

But even more important than these relative economic and health effects, the continued support that exists for Trump in his base of red states—i.e. in the small town, rural, small business, and religious right areas—is grounded in the ‘ethnic’ composition of his mostly White European heritage followers who are fearful ‘their’ white culture is being overwhelmed by the growing numbers and diversity of people of color in America.

This fear is the foundation of his—and their—white nationalism which is really a form of racism. So too is their anti-immigration. It is anti-immigration directed against people of color–whether latinos, blacks, muslims or whomever. White European heritage, small town, rural, evangelical, small business ‘heartland’ of the south & midwest America sees ‘their America’ disappearing or at least having to share more equally with people of color America. The latter are now almost equal in population to White Europeans but are not equal politically or economically. They are knocking on the door and want in. They want their equal share.

But clever politicians have convinced White European America that it’s a zero sum game: what people of color America may get will be only at their expense! Sharing is not possible. Trump and others, who are manipulating this fear and discontent for their own political careers, have convinced them that it’s an ‘Us vs. Them’ zero sum game. That way those with wealth and real power redirect discontent from their four decades of obscene wealth accumulation at the expense of everyone else, white or non-white Americans. Whipping up and redirecting discontent into identity and racial identity themes means the super well off won’t have to share with either White European or non-White European people of color.

Pit the one against the other, while they–those of wealth and power–continue to ‘pick the pockets’ of both. That was, and remains, Trump’s strategy in a nutshell. It’s also the strategy of his wealthy backers. It’s the age old American ruling class racism ‘shell game’. Just now in the form of ‘old wine in new bottles’, as they saying goes. ‘America First’ means in effect White America of his political base comes first. Trump and financial backers and power brokers–like the Adelsons, Mercers, Singers and their allies–have convinced White European America in the heartland to be fearful and oppose equality for Americans of color elsewhere. That’s why Trump sounds very much like a ‘White Nationalist’, and even at times as pro-fascist because that’s the message of the far right as well. His theme of ‘Make America Great Again’ is really, when translated, make White European America safe again and stop the hoards of people of color taking ‘their America’ from them.

Here’s why they fundamentally support him: Trump has become their ‘bulwark’ against this demographic change which they fear above all else. That’s why Trump could do or say whatever he wanted and move increasingly to further extremes, and they’d still support him. They would support him even in dismantling what remains of truncated Democracy in America, if it were necessary in their view. And they still will continue to support him. Neither Trump nor Trumpism is going away. It has taken deep root in the 70 million, waiting for a resurrection in 2024 or even 2022.

All this is not unlike what happened in the USA in the 1850s decade. The USA is about at 1854 in terms of historical times and events. The 2024 election may therefore be even more ‘contentious’, should Biden and the Democrats fail to aggressively resolve the economic and health dual crises deepening this winter in America. Should Biden adopt a minimalist program and solution–in the name of a renewed ‘bipartisanship’ strategy aimed at placating Mitch McConnell’s Republican Senate–then ‘Bidenomics’ is doomed. It will result in a midterm 2022 election sweep return of Trump forces, maybe under the leadership of Trump, or maybe a Ted Cruz, or maybe a Marco Rubio. Or maybe some clever new face. A minimalist Biden program will suffer the fate of Obama’s minimalist economic stimulus program of January 2009, which resulted in a massive loss of electoral support for Democrats in the midterm elections of 2010 and in turn led to the loss of the US House of Representatives Democrat majority and then the Senate soon after. The economic consequences of that particular gridlock following that are all well known. There is a great risk of the same occurring in 2021-22.

The 2020 election looked in some fundamental ways a lot like 2016, with the differences today being the working and middle classes in the swing states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania flipped back to Democrats in 2020 after having voted for Trump in 2016. It was a 3 state flip. That flip was because Trump simply did not deliver on his 2016 promises to bring good paying industrial jobs back to those states after 20 years of free trade, offshoring, and the de-industrialization of the region. A good example of Trump’s failed promises was the Asian Foxconn Corp., maker of Apple iphone parts. Trump and Foxconn promised to bring 5000 jobs to the US upper midwest. It never happened. Foxconn’s operation in the US today is limited to only 250 jobs in a warehouse. So the upper midwest again slipped back by narrow margins to the Democrats. But if the Democrats now can’t deliver jobs either, they’ll just as easily slip back again in 2022 and 2024.

The other difference in 2020 from 2016 is the emergence of real grass roots movements in Georgia and in the southwest in Arizona-Nevada; Black folks and their allies in Georgia and Latinos and Native Americans in the southwest. Also new organizing and mobilizing of people of color and workers in places like Philadelphia, Detroit, Erie, Pittsburg, and elsewhere.

These new growing grass roots movements are the real political forces that determined Biden’s win, along with the working class and middle classes disenchantment with Trump’s failed promises. Biden’s win had therefore less to do with Nancy Pelosi’s strategy of targeting suburban white women, vets, professionals and independents. That strategy failed to produce any ‘blue wave’ whatsoever. In fact, it resulted in Democrat loss of seats in the House of Representatives, while wasting tens of millions of dollars on futile Senate races like that in Kentucky against Mitch McConnell. Just think if that money was spent in Georgia. If it was, there might not be the need to have runoff elections there this coming January for the state’s two Senate seats.

No, the Democrat leadership grand strategy was a definite failure; the strategy of mobilizing the grass roots in Georgia and the southwest, a strategy not supported much financially by the Democrat party leadership, is what has put Biden in the White House.

What remains to be seen is whether Pelosi, Shumer and the moneybag corporate donors of their party will understand what has really happened this election cycle and really why Biden won (and the House and Senate campaigns largely failed). If the leaders of the party now go the route of a minimalist program in 2020, as did Obama in 2009, they will no doubt come 2022 suffer a similar fate as Obama and they did in 2010. Then we will all be back to ‘square one’ with a resurgence of Trump and Trumpism once again.

The Democrats are at an historical crossroads. They can either understand the real forces behind the 70 million supporters who voted for Trump, or they can ignore history in the making and repeat history of the past of 2009-10 and subsequently suffer the same consequences in 2022 and certainly 2024. But don’t expect the media pundits to understand any of this, any more than they can even now comprehend why Trump’s followers number in the tens of millions despite his loss. They and Trump are not defeated yet. They have been merely ‘checked’ for a while.

Dr. Jack Rasmus

Copyright 2020

Eric Zemmour : Une escroquerie idéologique, raciste et dangereusement belliciste

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Eric Zemmour : Une escroquerie idéologique, raciste et dangereusement belliciste

Par Djamal YALAOUI

Avocat au barreau de Paris et Correspondant associé au barreau d’Oran

En 1951 dans un entretien pour la revue « Caliban », Albert Camus souligne que « Tout ce qui dégrade la Culture raccourcit les chemins qui mènent à la servitude ». Toujours en 1951, dans « l’Homme révolté », Albert Camus faisait observer « Si l’Homme veut se faire Dieu, il s’arroge le droit de vie ou de mort sur les autres. Fabricant de cadavres, et de sous-hommes, il est sous-homme lui-même et non pas Dieu, mais serviteur ignoble de la mort ».

A l’aune de ces citations, on peut sérieusement considérer que les discours des « terroristes islamistes » et de de l’équipe de pyromanes de l’entreprise « Zemmour and CO » aient le même projet, le même but, le même objectif…La même cible

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