Tuesday, May 24, 2011

America, Israel and the World


First of all, before the year 1948, Israel did not exist. In fact, the region was named Palestine because the people living there are Palestinians. Those Jews that fight for a Jewish state in Palestine are named Zionists, a form of national-socialism. Israel was founded by Ashkenazi Jews, meaning "German Jews", and while in the 11th century they were a small minority comprising no more than 3 percent of the world's Jewish population, they now represent around 80 percent. Their language is Yiddish, not Hebrew.
Theodor Herzl is the key figure in the forming of the Zionist ideology.
We must not fall into the trap of thinking that all Jews are extremists, there is a movement of Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews that put peace and cooperation above death and terror. Sadly, the money and through this, the power, is in the hands of the Zionists, who want to eliminate all Arab communities in Palestine and gain an edge against other countries through the use of deceit. Why is America helping them, even if innocent Palestinians die? You can find the answer by yourself. Obama said in the AIPAC meeting that the security of Israel is important... why not also the security of Palestinians... why not peace? Tens of thousands of people protested against AIPAC and against the genocide that is taking place in Palestine. The world needs to wake up, it needs to put human development and well-being above stupid disputes. Israel must give up its nuclear weapons and start a process of cooperation with the Palestinians. The Palestinians also need to accept the Jews and try to live together because in the end they are all of the same origin.
The US must stop helping Israel and ask for UN Peacekeeping forces to intervene and stop the killings, why should the American citizens pay for Israelian bombs? Who would like to live thinking that their hands are stained with the blood of Palestinian children? The majority of Jews are dragged into this mess against their will, the same with most Arabs and their Islamic extremist "rulers".

Monday, May 23, 2011

Working together, volunteer computing


Our world is interconnected, we know this to be true, we also know that science and technology are the roads we must take for a better future, this makes me think, how could I, a man not so evolved in the fields of science, help the seeds to become trees. The answer is volunteer computing, or to be more precise, BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing). By joining this community you offer your computing resources to science. The idea is simple, for research and simulation, computers are needed, the world has a lot of such devices, so why not link them together by use of the Internet and let them share the burden of calculating stuff. The fields of research range from physics, space (ex: seti), medicine, genetics, mathematics, etc. Chose one or more projects that you want to support and make a difference.

You can read the most complete project list -> here <- or a more summarized version -> here <-

Linux is supported, download -> here <-.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama is dead


Obama confirmed, Osama is dead. What does this mean for the world? In the first place, justice has not been done, killing the head of Al-Qaeda was made without a trial, and although the trial would of been "artificial", it would of given the impression that the West is fighting for justice and freedom for all, now they only fueled more terrorist attacks and made bin Laden a martyr.

It seems that Osama was shot in the head, good aiming for what was reported as heavy fighting, it also looks like the US soldiers did not have orders to bring him alive because if they had, they would not of shot him dead. This actually is not so important, what we should talk about is the fact that America is continuing a policy of destruction.

If you plant bombs in the ground you must expect mushroom clouds to rise, it can't get more simple than this. All the money used to build rockets would do wonders for the development of humanity. If people have work, food, a home, if their children have schools and a loving environment, would they choose war, death, hunger, suffering?

Killing a man will never be a good thing. What the world should do is light a candle for all those killed on all sides, because they all acted in blindness, and put down the instruments of death. I did not forget 9/11 but I also did not forget Guantanamo; the 1949 CIA backed military coup in Syria; the 1953 CIA backed coup overthrowing the Mossadeq government of Iran, that made the Shah, Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, ruler of an absolute monarchy; in 1963 US supported a coup by the Ba'ath party (see Saddam Hussein) to overthrow the Qassim regime; and examples could continue, better left for a history lesson.

PS. in May 2010, Attorney General Eric Holder told Congress that Osama bin Laden will never face trial because he will not be captured alive.