Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Will New California Be State #51 in the USA?

The Havana Blue Lions Were Last Night Like Donald Trump is in the USA: A HUGE EMBARRASSMENT. (Boxscore) plus more.

Worse than that was the sorry spectacle at the Digital Chat of Tele Rebelde,

where the Moderator did not do anything about the disgusting behavior

of a silly adolescent who kept on

yelling pinga every five minutes.

He was a reject from Cuba's excellent Educational System.

Will the Industriales redeem themselves tonight at 7:15 pm?

Stay tuned.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Juego 6: Industriales 3, Las Tunas 6, (FINAL)

It is so nice not to have to see & listen to STUPID COMMERCIALS in Cuban Socialist TV.

Home Run of Ariel Sanchez (pinch hitter) with two Industriales on base.

Good decesicion by #32, Victor Mesa, manager of the Blue Lions (Industriales).

A lot of very pretty Cuban ladies among the public.

Game # 7 at 7:15 pm tomorrow.

I was very surprised to see so many little boys with so little education. One guy only knew one word: pinga. He must put it in his ass hole every day, I am sure.

Free Ahed Tamimi - Destroy Zionism

Misael Villa & Vladimir Baños are expected to be the openers in today's Game 6

Photo: Ricardo López Hevia @ Granma

Industriales leads the semifinal series, 3-2.

Graphic of the Week

Tuesday Referendum: do the farts of Donald Trump smell better?

Monday, January 15, 2018

We remember the Deep Water Horizon Catastrophe! NO MORE OIL DRILLING OFF FLORIDA'S COASTS!

Two Weather Forecasters are calling for 31-33 Degree Temperatures on Wednesday Night in Central Florida.

Make sure that you turn the heater on in your home. Wear layered winter clothing. Eat well.


The 11 most anti-capitalist quotes from Martin Luther King Jr. (Raw Story)

“I imagine you already know that I am much more socialistic in my economic theory than capitalistic… [Capitalism] started out with a noble and high motive… but like most human systems it fell victim to the very thing it was revolting against. So today capitalism has out-lived its usefulness.” – Letter to Coretta Scott, July 18, 1952.

“In a sense, you could say we’re involved in the class struggle.” –Quote to New York Times reporter, José Igelsias, 1968.

“And one day we must ask the question, ‘Why are there forty million poor people in America? And when you begin to ask that question, you are raising questions about the economic system, about a broader distribution of wealth.’ When you ask that question, you begin to question the capitalistic economy. And I’m simply saying that more and more, we’ve got to begin to ask questions about the whole society…” –Speech to Southern Christian Leadership Conference Atlanta, Georgia, August 16, 1967.

“Capitalism forgets that life is social. And the kingdom of brotherhood is found neither in the thesis of communism nor the antithesis of capitalism, but in a higher synthesis.” –Speech to Southern Christian Leadership Conference Atlanta, Georgia, August 16, 1967.

“Call it democracy, or call it democratic socialism, but there must be a better distribution of wealth within this country for all God’s children.” – Speech to the Negro American Labor Council, 1961.

“We must recognize that we can’t solve our problem now until there is a radical redistribution of economic and political power… this means a revolution of values and other things. We must see now that the evils of racism, economic exploitation and militarism are all tied together… you can’t really get rid of one without getting rid of the others… the whole structure of American life must be changed. America is a hypocritical nation and [we] must put [our] own house in order.”- Report to SCLC Staff, May 1967.

“The evils of capitalism are as real as the evils of militarism and evils of racism.” –Speech to SCLC  Board, March 30, 1967.

“I am now convinced that the simplest approach will prove to be the most effective – the solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a now widely discussed matter: the guaranteed income… The curse of poverty has no justification in our age. It is socially as cruel and blind as the practice of cannibalism at the dawn of civilization, when men ate each other because they had not yet learned to take food from the soil or to consume the abundant animal life around them. The time has come for us to civilize ourselves by the total, direct and immediate abolition of poverty.” – Where do We Go from Here?, 1967.

“You can’t talk about solving the economic problem of the Negro without talking about billions of dollars. You can’t talk about ending the slums without first saying profit must be taken out of slums. You’re really tampering and getting on dangerous ground because you are messing with folk then. You are messing with captains of industry. Now this means that we are treading in difficult water, because it really means that we are saying that something is wrong with capitalism.” – Speech to his staff, 1966.

“[W]e are saying that something is wrong … with capitalism…. There must be better distribution of wealth and maybe America must move toward a democratic socialism.” – Speech to his staff, 1966.

“If America does not use her vast resources of wealth to end poverty and make it possible for all of God’s children to have the basic necessities of life, she too will go to hell.” Speech at Bishop Charles Mason Temple of the Church of God in Christ in support of the Memphis sanitation workers’ strike on March 18th, 1968, two weeks before he was assassinated.

Source: Raw Story.

Mañana Martes a las 7:15 pm. Las Tunas vs Industriales

South Africa to formally protest Trump's 's---hole' comment

Let’s wrench power back from the billionaires - Bernie Sanders

Link to The Guardian.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders needs to mention why we have so much evil in the world:


As Pope Francis correctly noted in a speech at the Vatican in 2013: “We have created new idols. The worship of the golden calf of old has found a new and heartless image in the cult of money and the dictatorship of an economy which is faceless and lacking any truly humane goal.” He continued: “Today everything comes under the laws of competition and the survival of the fittest, where the powerful feed upon the powerless. As a consequence, masses of people find themselves excluded and marginalised: without work, without possibilities, without any means of escape.”

New York Times: Trump is a Racist. Period.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Three more Congress Members have announced that they will be boycotting Trump's State of the Union

Maxine Waters, John Lewis and Frederica Willson have joined the boyoctt.

Oregon congressman to boycott Trump's State of the Union speech

By Gordon R. Friedman

The Oregonian/OregonLive

U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer says he will not attend President Trump's first State of the Union address.

The bowtie-sporting Democratic congressman tweeted last week that instead of hearing "another destructive, divisive speech" by the president, he will stay in Oregon to meet with constituents.

"Hearing from Oregonians and working together to protect our values and advance policies that actually strengthen our communities is a more productive use of my time," said Blumenauer, 69.

Now in his 11th term in Congress, Blumenauer has long been a vocal opponent of Trump and his agenda.

He introduced legislation last year called the "No TRUMP Act" in response to reports that federal officials have spent taxpayer dollars at Trump-owned properties. He also introduced a bill that would make it easier to remove the president via the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which allows cabinet-level officials to declare the president unfit for duty.

Neither bills have a shot at passing the Republican-controlled Congress.

 -- Gordon R. Friedman

JG: Earl was my Congressman when I lived in Gresham, Oregon. 


Impeach Donald Trump.

9:19 pm update: John Lewis, Maxine Waters and Frederica Wilson will also be boycotting Trump's State of the Union.

Pete Seeger: Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Pete Seeger & Bruce Springsteen - This Land is Your Land - Obama Inauguration

National Anthem of the Paris Commune (1871) ‒ “La Marseillaise de la Comune"

The Internationale (English)