viernes, junio 09, 2006


Helios Guevara Castro se ha hecho colaborador de nuestras páginas. Pero, ¿quién es Helios Guevara Castro? Pues un ejemplar único, inclasificable tal vez, de la nueva y autoproclamada izquierda. Superador de Marx y de todas las corrientes etnocentristas, incluyendo la Ilustración, Helios Guevara preconiza el nuevo talante: tonto, muy tonto. Pero de izquierdas.
Porque si no es del PP, es antiglobalización y apoya a Cuba , ¿de dónde podría ser?

Desde la izkierda radikal, pero mazo de radikal, hoy cedemos la palabra a un kompañero abertzale, Andoni Vaskotxea Vaskoatope:
Vaskos-vaskos: Enkomo sabéis, la humanidad procede de Áfrika, los vaskos-vaskos de Bilbao. El úniko dios verdadero, Jehovarratxegui, dio su mandato a nuestro pueblo para que tuviera su tierra prometida. Sin embargo, al igual que okurrió kon nuestros ancestros que desafiaron al Imperio Romano -no en vano prestigiosos investigadores, komo Joseba Inventotxoa, ya han demostrado que Julio César, un no-vasko, fue asesinado por no poder konquistar nuestras tierras ni las de nuestro pariente en la historiografía Astérix- nos vemos en la obligación de defender nuestros derechos naturales frente al enemigo españolista (que, por supuesto, procede de Áfrika). La historia demuestra que nuestro pueblo fue grande y dio principales personajes (Platonetxea, Newtonberri, Shakespereguruza y Goethetxeverría, entre otros) y no puede permanecer unido a esa ralea española. No obstante, los vaskos-vaskos no podemos kaer en la provokación permanente que realizan las víktimas –empeñadas en morirse o en asustarse por kasi nada- sino que tendemos la mano para, desde la pulkritud demokrátika, llegar a nuestros fines sin diskusión posible.
Soldados vaskos liberando Euskalerria.
Y si hay ke dialogar, pos se dialoga.
Sin diskusión.
Porke la paz es lo primero.
¿O te vas a oponer? Ke me he kedao kon tu kara...

22 comentarios:

Off Topic dijo...

Lo dice un diario progre

¿Será por eso por lo que quieren una europa musulmana?

A secret high-level Metropolitan police report has concluded that Muslim officers are more likely to become corrupt than white officers because of their cultural and family backgrounds.

The document, which has been seen by the Guardian, has caused outrage among ethnic minorities within the force, who have labelled it racist and proof that there is a gulf in understanding between the police force and the wider Muslim community. The document was written as an attempt to investigate why complaints of misconduct and corruption against Asian officers are 10 times higher than against their white colleagues.

The main conclusions of the study, commissioned by the Directorate of Professional Standards and written by an Asian detective chief inspector, stated: "Asian officers and in particular Pakistani Muslim officers are under greater pressure from the family, the extended family ... and their community against that of their white colleagues to engage in activity that might lead to misconduct or criminality."

It recommended that Asian officers needed special anti-corruption training and is now being considered by a working party of senior staff.

The report argued that British Pakistanis live in a cash culture in which "assisting your extended family is considered a duty" and in an environment in which large amounts of money are loaned between relatives and friends.

The leaking of the report comes at a time when the Met needs the cooperation and trust of the Muslim community more than ever and as the force tries to contain the fallout from last week's anti-terrorist raid in Forest Gate in which a man was shot. The first version was considered so inflammatory when it was shown to representatives from the staff associations for black, Hindu, Sikh and Muslim officers, that it had to be toned down. There are 31,000 officers in the Met - 7%, or 2,170, are black and minority ethnic; among these an estimated 300 are Muslim.

One Muslim officer with the Met said: "It is like saying black officers are more likely to be muggers. Today it is Muslim officers who are treated as the Uncle Toms. How can they say to the Muslim community 'trust us', when they don't even trust their own Muslim officers."

Ahmanrahman Jafar, vice-chairman of the legal affairs committee of the Muslim Council of Britain, said it was shortsighted of the Met to be alienating its Muslim officers at such a sensitive time.

"We've got about 1,000 wrongful anti-terrorist arrests since 9/11 and I believe that if Muslim officers were involved in looking through that intelligence and understanding the context, we would have far greater efficiency in the police force and a far greater prosecution rate," he said. To support its conclusions, the report gives examples of cases in which Pakistani Muslim officers have been accused of corruption and misconduct. According to its critics, the report gives insufficient weight to the motivation of those who made the complaints or issues of institutional racism.

Superintendent Dal Babu, chairman of the Association of Muslim Officers, said the report had racist undertones. "We are gravely concerned about its contents and the message it sends to recruits and potential recruits," he said.

George Rhoden, chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association added. "We have made it clear that we disagreed totally with the conclusions ... the whole thing needs to be researched in a much more comprehensive way."

Off Topic dijo...

Y felicito a Helios por su acertado humor.

RicardoRVM dijo...

Don EP ¿Va a tolerar usted que le pongan aquí cosas en lenguas bárbaras? . Yo en Moscú solo acepto lenguas patrias.

Liberty Valance dijo...

¡Gibraltar españooooool!

fascistatxu dijo...

Preokupaos, se les ve a los "panolis" pues....

poliglota dijo...

Don RRVM, si usted solo sabe una de las "muchas" lenguas de su "patria".

Yo creo que "su" patria está confundida.

Anónimo dijo...

Don EP ¿Va a tolerar usted que le pongan aquí cosas en lenguas bárbaras? . Yo en Moscú solo acepto lenguas patrias.

Hablo el progre, ejemplo de tolerancia y talante.

Enrique P. Mesa García dijo...

Yo creo que hay que entender la ironía. Vamos, digo yo. Y lo digo por el comentario de D. Ricardo.

E.P. silla dijo...

Me encantan las "ironias"

Enrique P. Mesa García dijo...

Yo prefiero las ironías

enrique p. silla dijo...

Me encantan las ironías

enrique p. silla gracía dijo...

Me encantan las ironías

pringao dijo...

¿Pero... los baskos existen?

Hori, egia da?

(perdón por utilizar una lengua "española")

Anónimo dijo...

¿Pero... los baskos existen?

Existen los baskos y los baskos-baskos.

RicardoRVM dijo...

Insisto: sólo leguas patrias.

Anónimo dijo...

Mozilla y mozilla firefox traen traductor incorporado.

Les aconsejo que los usen.

Demente dijo...

"La Ertzaintza recibe la orden de permitir las manifestaciones de Batasuna si no son peligrosas"

Je, je, lo anterior no era un estado de excepción, no.

Filologo dijo...

Oiga Royo!

¿Valen lenguas estatales?

RicardoRVM dijo...

filologoOiga Royo!

¿Valen lenguas estatales?

Depende. Si son patrias, sí.

Anónimo dijo...

Comisario Royo. ¿Que lengua han estudiado la mayoria de los lectores de esta bitacora?

A.- Euskera

B.- Catalan

C.- Gallego

D.- Valenciano

E.- Ingles

Off Topic dijo...

Y es que los progres en UK han hundido el Royal Mail (correos), han hundido las pensiones, estan hundiendo la sanidad y tienen planeado que la dirija el Tesco (Supermercado Al Campo, Supermercado Eroski), No saben que hacer con la Home Office (ministerio del interior) y despues de todas las leyes que han inventado para impedir que el ciudadano recurra a al autodefensa ahora el ministro del interior pide que se haga, sin cambiar esas leyes tan progres que defienden el crimen.

HOME Secretary John Reid faced a furious backlash last night over plans to tell the public to "stop moaning and take action" against thugs and vandals.

Campaigners fighting rising crime were in uproar at a proposed publicity blitz urging individuals to shoulder responsibility for dealing with yobs.

They were appalled that the Government could call for a public fightback against criminals after a series of cases where victims have been jailed for tackling their tormentors.

Last night, there was astonishment that the Home Office was apparently pointing the finger at the public just weeks after Mr Reid admitted his department was in chaos. The plan for an "aggressive" campaign to urge the public to play a role in taking on the yobs was drawn up by officials and outlined at a confidential summit of Cabinet ministers last week.

Details of the provocative initiative – including the controversial slogan "Don’t moan – take action – it’s your street too" were disclosed yesterday.

Mr Reid, who took over last month with a remit to reform the department, is understood to have rejected the slogan. But the Tories accused the Home Office of disregard for the growing outcry about street crime.

Shadow Home Secretary David Davis said: "After six weeks of serial incompetence by the Home Office on everything from killers on probation to the escapes of serious criminals from open prisons, it is brazen beyond belief for the Government to try to shift responsibility on to the shoulders of the public. What the public want is for criminals to be caught, convicted, locked up, and kept locked up until they have served their sentence.

"The Government has failed with every single one of these aims."
Tory chairman Francis Maude said many people "would be pretty fed up" about being told to "whinge less" especially after Mr Reid "effectively admitted he can’t run the Home Office, which is not, in his odd phrase, ‘Fit for purpose’."

But he now seemed to be saying that all the problems are caused by the public – "if only the public would whinge less and do more it would be all right."

Norman Brennan, of the Victims of Crime Trust, said: "Before the Government start lecturing, they need to regain the trust and confidence of the public, who are disillusioned with the criminal justice system and lenient sentencing from judges."

Labour MP Peter Kilfoyle, a former minister, said: "In recent cases, people having a go have ended up in trouble."

Farmer Tony Martin was jailed for fatally shooting an intruder. And last month, grandmother Brenda Robinson, 66, spent a night in the cells after tackling rowdy teenagers in Bournemouth. Una Padel, director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King’s College, London, said: "There’s a real danger of vigilantism."

Last night, Home Office sources distanced Mr Reid from the initiative. One Whitehall insider said: "John Reid has never used those words.

"On the contrary, he wants people to moan because speaking out is how problems get highlighted. What we don’t want is for people to suffer in silence."

The source added that a conventional press campaign had also been rejected, although the Home Office did want to raise the issue of how "active citizenship" can help fight crime and anti-social behaviour.

A Home Office spokeswoman said: "The idea that we are asking neighbourhoods or local people to act on their own is complete nonsense. We want them to work in partnership with local police and their community."

Aquí la noticia

Ofendido dijo...

Ya estamos con los sectarismos!

Yo soy de una quinta respetable y en mis tiempos se estudiaba el dialecto galo como lengua barbara...