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world was witness to the most savage act of humanity on September
11th. It was a terrorist act of the most heinous and criminal kind -
while two billion Islamic people cheered in unison.
Without an all-out war, employing all weapons available against the
Islamic principles cited within this Manifesto, and left to deal with
the false ideologies of the political class in underdeveloped
countries, there will be no humanity, peace or prosperity in the world.
world economic crisis is due to the saturation of the consumer markets of
democratic countries (Australia, Canada, South Korea, United States, Israel,
Japan and the European Union) and the lack of growth of the consumer markets
from developing and underdeveloped countries (85% of UN member countries).
new world order – Association of Democratic Nations (ADN) must be
established to replace the decrepit, obsolete UN – in which only countries
where democracy have been put into place may participate; it is a clear
reality, and not one that bears little weight.
The ADN will promote, as its guiding policy, the removal of military
troops abroad. There will be only
one entity for political and commercial relations with other nations.
Each and every country will be able to apply to the ADN, bearing in
mind they have met the conditions of a true democratic nation.
THE DEBATE OF THE CENTURY – March 2011
Aided by a natural Democracy has become a categorical imperative for peace, progress and prosperity for the people of the world. process of production and communication, the world today is a Global Village – its economy is globalized and the Western world is its guide.
Democracy is the governing of a society of free citizens. Developing countries (80% of the UN member countries) including Brazil which has been chosen as a paradigm for Western civilization – a country of great wealth, infinite natural resources and the world’s largest food producer where 1/5 of the population (40 million) barely survive on a salary that is enough to merely purchase 900g of beef or 3kg of bread per day. A country where one can not open the water tap, turn on the lights, or worse, pay one’s rent – in essence a slave to necessity and NOT a free citizen – therefore, democracy does not exist. In the remaining developing countries, the economic and social realities are even more precarious, cruel and inhumane.
Another enemy to democracy and peace is the Islam guided and inspired by the Koran, which is, in truth, a breviary for hatred, war and murder of any who are not Islamic as demonstrated in Chapter 4, verses 15-34-36-74-84-89-91, Chapter 8, verses 12-14-16-17 and Chapter 9, verses 5-14-23-29-30-33-38-39-41, which can be found at the site, www.kuran.gen.tr (in all languages). Inspired by doctrines in these verses, a person of Islam sees being a terrorist as his or her duty. There is no option for choice. Holland's, Geert Wilders, and the United States', Terry Jones, are wrong to publicly ridicule or burn the Koran. Instead, the aforementioned parts of the Koran should put up for debate within schools and cultural centers in Western countries (The Americas and Europe), in order to discuss the legality of its publication and the practice of Islamic rights in those countries. There can not be a multicultural society and there is no living with those who are led by hatred, war and terror as their guiding principles. The war on terrorism must be waged employing all and any weapons and by any means necessary, however without invading its territories.
The world economic crisis is due to saturated consumer markets in democratic countries and the lack of consumer market growth in developing and terrorist countries.
Democratic countries of the world must use the media to promote debates on the themes:
1) Democracy is the governing of a society of free citizens. Are the people from developing countries and slaves of necessity really free citizens?
2) The Koran is a breviary of hatred, war and murder – therefore, should its publication and its practices be suspended until the laws within Islamic countries can be properly adjusted?
In Brazil, infant mortality is extremely high and the statistics of homicide are higher than that of Iraq, therefore ex-president Lula should be tried at the International Crimes court for ‘white’ genocide, just as Milosevic was found guilty of the genocide perpetrated with the use of violent weapons.
March, 2007 Update
greatest enemy to democracy is a priori anti-Americanism that has forgotten
that without the United States, Hitler and Japanese Imperialism would rule the
world and the enemies of democracy would reign outright.
The United States is not an imperialist country; more appropriately a
capitalist country like Switzerland, France, Norway and the Vatican – the
difference is in the dimension and not in the principles or concepts.
indisputable enemy of democracy, peace, Western civilization and humanity is
Islamism, guided and inspired by the Koran (www.kuran.gen.tr/)
as shown in Chapter 4, verses 15-34-74-84-89-91.
Chapter 8, verse 17 and Chapter 9, verses 5-14-23-29-30-33-38-39-41-111
incites hatred towards women, murder and total war upon everything not Islamic
and states that terrorism is a holy duty and the path to paradise.
An exemple: Chapter 4 verse 15.< If
any of your women are guilty of lewdness, take the evidence of four (reliable)
witnesses from amongst you against them; and if they testify, confine them to
houses until death do claim them, or Allah ordain for them some (other)
way.> Verse 74 <Let those fight in the Cause of Allah who sell the life
of this world for the hereafter. To him who fighteth in the cause of Allah,-
whether he is slain or gets victory - soon shall We give him a reward of great
(value)> Verse 89 <They but wish that ye should reject Faith, as they
do, and thus be on the same footing (as they): So take not friends from their
ranks until they flee in the way of Allah (from what is forbidden). But if
they turn renegades, seize them and slay them wherever ye find them; and (in
any case) take no friends or helpers from their ranks>.Chapter 8 Verse 17
<It is not ye who slew them; it was Allah. When thou threwest (a handful of
dust), it was not thy act, but Allah's: in order that He might confer on the
Believers a gracious benefit from Himself: for Allah is He Who heareth and
knoweth (all things)> Chapter 9 Verse 23 <O ye who believe! take not for
protectors your fathers and your brothers if they love Infidelity above Faith:
if any of you do so, they do wrong>. Verse 29 <Fight those who believe
not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been
forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the Religion of Truth,
from among the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing
submission, and feel themselves subdued>.-
heart beats, the soul shakes upon reading such infamy, mercilessness and
Chapter 9, verse 111, the Koran states that the Torah, the Bible and its
scriptures also incite violence – a true fact.
However, it is also true that these doctrines refer to centuries past,
not of modern day societies. Kamikazes,
Jews, Christians and other religions are cases of mental illness and not those
peoples demonized in the name of God.
and ideological fanatics are beings who have lost the power to reason and have
therefore seized to be human – they are simply beings like the tiger, jackal
or serpent – it therefore becomes impossible to hold any sort of reasonable
dialogue with them.
Koran is a guide to terrorism. Led
by the Koran, Saddam Hussein assassinated his ministers from the Bat party,
invaded Kuwait, justified his crimes to international tribunals, declared
total war on brother Shiites and rained chemical warfare on the Kurds.
During the Iran-Iraq war (1 million perished), mothers from both sides
sent their children through the mine fields to open paths for soldiers.
The Ayatollah Komeini declared, “We
must win this war and begin a march upon Jerusalem”. On September 11, 2001, a group of kamikaze pilots were
deliriously applauded by the Islamic world, has assassinated 2000 if innocent
president Ahmadinejad, current president of Iran, has promised to wipe Israel
and its people off of the face of the planet, as well as calling the unanimous
UN vote for banning production of nuclear weapons as ‘trash’.
In Iraq, Sunnis and Shiites have killed over 34 thousand innocent
people over the last 11 months in the name of the Koran.
word Islam in the Arabic language means ‘total submission to the divine
will’. It would therefore seem
impossible for a Muslim to hold a civil servant’s position in any democratic
country since the divine will is above any and all laws and the will of men.
Koran violates the Constitutions and civil and penal laws of civilized
pubic opinion has committed a huge mistake by pitting itself against the
United States, and the United States has committed a huge error by invading
Islamic territories. The United
States and its allies must remove their troops from Islamic lands, set forth
an ultimatum of 24 hours notice, and swiftly destroy all places where weapons
of mass destruction are manufactured or any Islamic lands that declare
themselves against anything that is not Islamic.
The people of Islam must be recognized as the enemy of the world and
humanity until the Koran is re-edited according to the laws of civilized
people of Western civilization must come to realize that the way to defeat
terrorism and those that declare war as their profession based on blind faith
is to divulge the aforementioned parts of the Koran, distributing millions of
pamphlets and promoting cultural centers in schools and universities as well
as public media debates on the topic: Terrorism
thousand armies and a thousand atomic bombs would not defeat terrorism and the
apocalypse of Islam. Only through
sheer will and determination of the mind can it be defeated definitively.
has made enormous steps toward democracy by abandoning its socialist
ideologies and has placed itself among the economic super-powers of the world.
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The Koran is the flag of terrorism.
With the Koran in hand, Ayatollah Khomeini stated during the Iran-Iraq
war, “We must win this war to begin the march upon Jerusalem”.
Saddam Hussein, the man responsible for the assassination of 300
political party members and chemical warfare on the Kurds, triumphantly
praised the Koran upon his sentencing to death by hanging.
The President of Iran, Mahumoud Ahmadinejad has declared in the name of
the Koran, “We should wipe Israel off the face of the map”.
One religion may not institute the battle and destruction of all other
During the Iran-Iraq war, children were repeatedly recruited by both
sides to open paths in mine fields by walking in front of troops.
A Palestinian woman used the suicide death of her 3 sons ‘for the
glory of Allah’ as her electoral campaign mantra.
The criminal mother won 90% of the vote.
Based on this, we are presented with a sinister doubt: Are the women
and children that die in the American and Israeli bombings victims of murder
or martyrs of the terrorist political campaign aimed at besmirching the image
of the United States and Israel? The
ironic fact remains that self-declared terrorists rarely perish in bombings,
therefore providing the world with a reason to condemn those who fight against
In a peaceful movement to eradicate the terrorism, fear and hatred of our
times and to put an end to the martyrdom of the Islamic people, we have chosen
December 17th as the day to push for the publication and disclosure
of the parts of the Koran that show it to be a text that violates the civil,
penal and constitutional laws of the world in any form of media possible.
Help us in our struggle to spread peace, freedom and democracy around
the civilized countries the islamic Burka would have to be forbidden being a
discrimination and a serious offence to the dignity of the woman.
Such governments, parliament members and
the media have the moral and civic duty to rise up against the lack of
democracy in developing countries and speak out against publication of the
Koran in democratic countries.
Since the UN created the state of Israel, the Israeli
people have planted and cultivated fruits and vegetables; meanwhile the people
of Islam have done nothing more than plant and cultivate seeds of hatred and
terror around the world.
the government of Israel had taken one-hundredth of the money invested in the
war against Lebanon and invested it in disclosing the pages of the Koran that
demonstrate its virulence and merciless, it would provided terrorism with its
greatest defeat and taken steps toward a new era.
To All Western civilization and those that
support it must not, and can not allow a group of fanatics, religious or
otherwise, to plant seeds of hatred and torment around the world.
We ask that all of the readers of this Manifesto, all
churches and religious organizations, all universities and cultural centers
and all of those in support of Western civilization to promote debates and
conferences on the themes herein discussed.
On November 1, 2006, 70 employees of the Muslim faith were dismissed from the Paris airport staff under suspicion of consorting with terrorists. Ten million citizens living among the population of Western civilization are, at their core, Muslim before considering themselves a citizen of the actual country whereby the Koran is the law and guiding force, even above the laws of the country.
More important than any wars or sanctions that might be enforced on
Islamic countries is the publication of the parts of the Koran that show the
disregard for the laws of civilized countries, therefore isolating and
vanquishing terrorism in the world.
Substituting President Bush and the Republican party’s misguided policy
of invading Iraq with the Clinton, Kennedy and Democratic party’s policy of
the removal of United States troops from Islamic territories without any
agenda to stop terrorist violence aimed to conquer the world would be nothing
more than a victory for terrorism and the greatest defeat to Western history
and the world. A coherent agenda
must be created supported by a campaign to disclose the parts of the Koran
that show its destructive behavior towards the laws of civilized countries.
One religion may not institute the battle and destruction of all other religions.
-This is the peace and the love of the Kuran.-
Presidents Lula, Hugo Chaves and Fidel Castro (along with the remaining
Latin American politicians) have put into practice the infamous politics of
creating masses of beggars and standers-by only to turn around and declare
themselves as ‘liberators’ of their people.
President Lula from Brazil, among the other presidents of Latin America
should be judged by an international tribunal for crimes of ‘white
genocide’ (without direct physical violence) as well as Milosevic he was
being judged for the same crime practised with the violence of the weapons.
Since the UN created the state of Israel, the Israeli people have planted
and cultivated fruits and vegetables; meanwhile the people of Islam have done
nothing more than plant and cultivate seeds of hatred and terror around the
Such governments, parliament members and the media have the moral and
civic duty to rise up against the lack of democracy in developing countries
and speak out against publication of the Koran in democratic countries.
If the government of Israel had taken one-hundredth of the money invested
in the war against Lebanon and invested it in disclosing the pages of the
Koran that demonstrate its virulence and merciless, it would provided
terrorism with its greatest defeat and taken steps toward a new era.
Global Village et la democratie.
means of a natural evolutionary process of production and communication, the
world today has become a global village. The world economy has become a
global economy with Western civilization as its guide, and democracy must
remain in the foreground as a categorical imperative for humankind’s
freedom, peace, progress and prosperity.
is the governing of a people in a society of free men and women on the premise
that the first freedom is the freedom from necessity. The countries of
Latin America and other developing countries of the world where some 60% of
the population merely survive as slaves to necessity, excluded from the
consumer market, society and the human condition are NOT democratic countries.
No poor country (90% of the countries of the UN) is a democratic country, and
no democratic country is a poor country. Elections do not denote
democracy – if this were true, Saddam Hussein and Fidel Castro, unanimously
elected leaders, would be the highest expression of democracy.
The greatest threats to democracy are: a priori anti-Americanism, the
false political ideologies in developing countries and Islamic terrorism.
Without the United States there would be no democracy in the world;
Hitler’s Germany, Japan’s Imperialism and Islamic terrorism would govern
the world – and the enemies of democracy and peace would have no enemies.
By ignoring the problems facing Latin America, their politicians are free
to continue presenting themselves abroad to the applause of the public, as
benefactors, protectors and defenders of their people and countries, when in
fact they are the true disease that plagues their people.
A movement against the enemies of democracy must be started by promoting
world debates on the theme: ‘Democracy is the governing of free people
within a free society. Are
countries in which politicians settle themselves in separate, privileged
classes, establish intra-governmental nepotism and electoral popularity
contests while 60% of the population remains slaves of necessity true
Movements must also be created against Islamic terrorism, the violent
faction of Islam inspired and guided by the Koran. It must be guided by the premise that terrorists are always
fanatics that have abandoned logic and reason; as a result they have seized to
be human beings and crossed over to simply a being like tigers, serpents and
jackals. Dialogue and
have been illogically discarded. In
order to definitively combat and overcome Islamic terrorism we must start by
demonstrating and disclosing information in Western educational institutions
and in the media (in addition to those countries who have adopted a Western
philosophy – China, Japan, South Korea, etc.) the Koran as a book that
promotes outright hatred, violence and demise of those who are not Muslim
followers. As a result, those who
adhere to this hatred are infringing on civil, penal and constitutional laws
– the publication and practice of rituals should not be allowed until laws
can be reformulated and enforced. At
the same time, the United States and its allies must remove their troops and
civilians from Islamic territories, however leave behind established air, sea
and space missile bases ready to destroy any places where weapons of mass
destruction are produced, places where inspection is denied, places where
terrorist organizations are cultivated including the government and religious
institutions that support terrorism and its principles.
The Islamic countries that support the genocide of Israel and its people
must be expelled from each and all international organization.
Western civilization and those that support it must not, and can not
allow a group of fanatics, religious or otherwise, to plant seeds of hatred
and torment around the world. This
type of war has no ethics, no morals, no religion and no humanity.
The Koran is a declaration of war against the world and humanity and
the world and humanity must fight back against it by all means available and
with every available weapon until it has been definitely vanquished; forever.
Lenin’s idea of socialism as ‘living creativity of the masses’ is a
false ideology and shows the complete failure of a socialist society; Michael
Gorbatchov has gone on to state in the opening 20 pages of his book
Perestroika, “Negligence and indifference are the mark of the Soviet
workers”. Everyone who has
lived under socialist rule remembers it as a nightmare to be quickly
New World Order
The UN is currently an obsolete, useless institution; an auction house
where 90% of its governing bodies are oligarchies that vote for the person who
offers the greatest benefits to their political classes.
Democratic countries of the world must promote the institution of an
Association of Democratic Nations – ADN – in which only nations that
adhere to democracy and a society of free initiative may participate.
The Enemies of Democracy
closely on the heels of the pseudo-democrats from developing countries
(particularly Latin American countries), are another species of enemies to
democracy: anarchists, neo-communists and anti-Americanists, supported by
environmentalists and pacifists. They
are a disruptive clan, most frequently in search of self-satisfying applause
for their good will, seeking votes to keep them in office or in the desperate
pursuit of sainthood – in fact, they actions are nothing more than another
step in the wrong direction in fighting the true enemies of democracy.
The struggle against the enemies of democracy must be
done by promoting national and international debates on the themes - some 70%
of the population in developing countries lives as slaves to necessity – Are
they democratic countries? – and -
Why have the countries of Latin America today, countries that make up
1/3 of the territory, population and natural resources of Western civilization
and were considered as examples to be followed up to the 1950’s, become
countries of poverty and terror? Without
clearing up the issues of the lack of democracy in these countries, nothing
and no one can or will be able to criticize anyone who massacres his people,
and together with terrorism, torments the world.
Civilization and Decadence
Barbarians will never defeat civilization, however the decadence of a
civilized people will.
Roman civilization, the mother of Western civilization, indebted and
decadent from its political values, ethics and morals entrusted Pope Leo I to
apologize and beg for peace from its aggressors. They retreated leaving in their place the rhetoric and
clerical piety that gave birth to 15 centuries of darkness and terror.
History is today repeating itself through a priori anti-Americanism in
European countries, unable to comprehend that the errors of the United States
should not be substituted by barbaric ideologies and religions that enslave
the nature of humankind and free will.
Jumping on the bandwagon with the Islamic world, every demagogue,
anarchist and turncoat has created an outrageously cheap and hypocritical
media campaign singling out the United States as an imperialist country; in
fact, they do so mainly due to their lack of alternative proposals to our
democratic society of free initiative. In
truth, the United States is not an imperialist country. It rather is a capitalist country much like France, Norway,
Switzerland and the Vatican. The
difference is in the dimension and not in the principles or concepts.
Without the United States there will be no democracy in the world.
Hitler Germany or Imperialist Japan would reign outright, the remaining
countries would be obliged to serve, obey and weep silently.
The leadership of the United States has not been imposed; it is an
objective reality and, as such, should be assisted in a worldwide,
collaborative effort in the struggle against those that threaten democracy.
The public opinion of the European Union has been shaped by eviscerating
the United States – social-communists, anarchists, illegal immigrants,
populists, false pacifists and Vatican piety in the foreground; all groups
that have been unwilling to fight against the enemies of peace and democracy
in the world. They quickly forget
that the United States has sent weapons and its armed forces to defeat the
enemies of democracy and, thanks to them the countries of Europe are today
progressive democratic countries.
The countries of the European Union lose elections to the opposition who,
in turn, lose out to the opposition and so on. In fact, by including extremists, either right or left, in
their governments they are able to accomplish very little. Democratic politicians must unite by setting aside their
differences to form a democratic front that is impenetrable to those that seek
to break down democracy with populism and demagoguery.
Economic and Social Realities in Latin America
Brazil has been known in the past as a political and economic powerhouse
in Latin America when taking into consideration the cruel, inhuman conditions
of the remaining countries. However,
politics, not labor, has become the quickest way to achieve prestige, power
and wealth. The politicians of
Latin America have revived electoral Feudalism, empowering princes and barons
– men of good and evil and the civil death of their citizens.
Without their approval and/or recommendation no one is able to find a
job or no work is given to their company.
They establish salaries and benefits for themselves equaling more than
200 times the earnings of ordinary workers (a parliamentary position in the
United States or European Union would bring in 250 thousand dollars a month),
and in a 4-year term would earn the same in 1,000 years of minimum-wage work.
Some 30% of the population in these countries is employed illegally or
without proper working papers where none contribute to taxes or have any type
of social security. Retirees and
nearly 80% of the workforce earn salaries that would be enough to feed 4
medium-sized dogs. Currently, the
murder rate stands at 1 every 10 seconds, higher than Islamic terrorism in all
of the Middle East. In order to
appease the Human Rights Defense Association prison food is of the highest
quality, prisoners are afforded weekly conjugal visits and 1 out of every 5
prisoners has a cell phone that is normally used to command organized crime
activities. Given these factors,
prisoners, children and youths working under slave labor situations are in a
Following Argentina, Brazil has the highest urban concentration in the
world, surpassing the United States, France, Italy and the remaining countries
of Europe. Lacking proper
agrarian reform, the population has been forced to amass itself on the
outskirts of urban centers. The
minister of the Supreme Court has declared: ‘The outer regions of the cities
are run by a parallel government’. In
other words, they are governed by organized crime. In São Paulo, one of the
largest metropolises in the world, in protest of the transfer of a crime boss
declared curfews for local residents, closed down local businesses, openly
attacked police stations and military barracks killing 55 police officers and
firemen and hijacked 70 buses setting fire to them and their passengers.
Within 48 hours the world received the devastating news and was in
shock, while in Latin America it has become routine.
In 2004, President Lula’s government presented the 2005 budget
providing (in USD) 11bi for the military, 1.8bi for Congress (salaries and
benefits) and a mere 800mi for agrarian reform – Congress was quick to pass
the budget through. In order to
sustain this monstrous bureaucratic structure, the government has accumulated
a social debt that the annual budgets from the United States and European
Union nations, combined, could not pay off in 20 years.
Adding to the immorality, international financial institutions have
doled out insurmountable loans (50% of the GDP) for which banks are paying
nearly 200mi in daily interest (the same the US is paying for the war in
Iraq). Brazil has declared itself
self-sufficient for petroleum and the agricultural industry has posted its
highest export year ever, while 2/3 of the population continue to live below
the poverty line completely marginalized from the consumer market, society and
the human condition.
In 2002, a desperate, disillusioned population elected the socialist,
once labor union leader, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as president of the
Republic. During his term,
populism, corruption and hand-chosen representatives within the government
have reached record numbers. He
has been quick to give evasive, often contradictory answers to any sort of
questioning – the only question he refused to answer outright was about his
son’s involvement in a scandal where he was denounced for receiving 2mi
dollars in stock options from an advertising company.
Although faced with the political, social and human tragedy of the
country, President Lula continues to claim that today is better than yesterday
and that his program (Without Hunger) that donates 40¢ a day to the 80
million that survive in misery will make freedom, democracy and citizenship
In Latin America, due to malnutrition and precarious sanitary conditions
1,000 (one thousand) children die each day, while millions of others suffer
the irreparable consequences to their basic faculties. Taking these facts into
consideration we believe President Lula from Brazil, Nestor Kirchner of
Argentina, Vicente Fox of Mexico, Alejandro Toledo of Peru, Hugo Chavez of
Venezuela, among the other presidents of Latin America should be judged by an
international tribunal for crimes of ‘white genocide’ (without direct
physical violence) just as Milosevic has been tried for his crimes against his
By ignoring the problems facing Latin America, their politicians are free
to continue presenting themselves abroad to the applause of the public, as
benefactors, protectors and defenders of their people and countries, when in
fact they are the true disease that plagues their people.
the World Economy
The world economic crisis is due to the saturation of the market in
industrialized countries and the exclusion of over 80% of the population from
the consumer market in developing countries.
It would be naïve to even consider that countries governed by
self-proclaimed dictators or archaic cultures can develop consumer markets of
any importance over the short or mid-term.
Latin America makes up 1/3 of the population, territory and natural
resources of Western civilization and, therefore, the recovery of the world
economy will begin on the same day that Latin American countries are made
privy to the world consumer market – not one day sooner. Ignoring this fact is just one more step in the direction of
complete economic failure for the Western world.
The politicians of developing countries are the instigators of poverty
and misery, and always the first in line for the charity of industrialized
nations. The tragic-comic quartet
made up of Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Tony Blair and U2 lead singer Bono Vox
offered the world one of the biggest farces of our time by patting the wealthy
on the back after their decision to eliminate the debts of poor countries and
organize food donations. In
truth, if industrialized countries eliminated all debts, simply doled out
loans without interest and constructed a non-stop 10-meter food donation
pipeline the politicians of developing countries would use it to raise their
salaries and increase their electoral investments infinitesimally – not a
thing would change for those who live in poverty and misery.
Those philanthropists and promoters of good-will must be made aware of
the need to act wholeheartedly to reign victorious over the causes of evil in
the world; if not, they simply reveal their interest in receiving applause,
votes or the adoration of the people. The
Pope has repeatedly stated that hunger is the world’s worst plague and that
it must be defeated. The world
has waited for centuries for the Pope to say one word about the actual causes
of hunger and how to fight it, instead of simple acts of charity.
We would like to remind the philanthropists and benefactors of the poor
that: ‘it is more important to fight the locusts that attack the wheat than to
simply hand out what is left over after they have attacked’.
war to Islamism
The United States has made a grave error, not by fighting the war that
Islam has declared and now fights to eradicate Western civilization, but by
fighting the war by occupying Islamic territories since this falls directly
into the political plan of Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and Ahmedinejad.
The leaders of Islam invite the invasion of their territories and
economic sanctions against their people – it is part of their political
strategy. The suffering and
martyrdom of their people is the driving force behind creating more fanatics
of hatred; and numbers continue to grow. We must not be fooled by the proposals for dialouges by
Islamic leaders who stall for time in order to produce weapons of mass
destruction in the hopes of one day, by any means necessary, destroying Israel
and terrorizing the rest of the world.
The war in Iraq has made Saddam Hussein the victor.
He opposed restrictions and blocked UN inspections leading the United
States to believe that he was creating chemical weapons and weapons of mass
destruction. By invading Iraq,
and not finding those weapons, the United States suffered the worst defeat in
its history, in turn lending legitimacy to terrorist crimes.
Maintaining armed forces in Islamic territories is not only a serious
error, but also a costly error. Democratic
nations must pull their troops and civilians out of Islamic territories as
quickly as possible, however should set up missile bases (land, sea and space)
with which to immediately destroy any denial to inspections of weapons
manufacturing or any areas of terrorist acts – without question.
The victims of such destruction will lie solely in the hands of their
own government officials. This
type of war, efficiency in fighting terrorism would be 100 times greater and
at much less cost financially and at a lesser risk to those who dedicate their
lives to fighting for democracy.
If on August 31, 1939, allied troops had destroyed Berlin as it was
destroyed in 1945, innocent people would have perished; but on September 1, a
war that cost 40 million lives and horrible sacrifices would not have begun.
If the United States had not used their atomic bomb on Hiroshima and
Nagasaki the war would have cost the Japanese 10 times more victims, not
mention countless other horrors.
true pacifist is not one who raises flags, protests in the streets, complains
of the ills of society and promotes disorganization, but he/she who, in the
name of peace, makes war and is willing to die for the cause.
Ghandi has said: “The worst type of pollution is misery”.
Nearly 2/3 of the population has no interest in defending a world from
which they have been excluded and marginalized.
Illegal immigration is an invasion
that benefits neither the countries that are invaded, nor the billions of
people who seek illegal labor conditions in foreign countries.
These governments must create, promote and enforce effective laws in order to
re-patriate illegal immigrants to their countries of origin, while
offering them immediate food aid and irrevocable support in creating democracy
in their home countries.
The fight against substance abuse
must begin by holding the user, even at the slightest level, up to the
rigorous laws of those for drug traffickers.
New World Order
time has come to set up an Association of Democratic Nations – ADN.
guiding principles of the ADN shall be:
has abandoned socialism and has instituted the death penalty for crimes of
political corruption. The
country’s economy has grown 10% each year and they strive to create an
enormous consumer market and take steps towards the peace and well-being of
immigrants are seen as invaders and do not resolve the problems of the
billions of individuals that are condemned to misery and abandonment through
the religious fanaticism of their politicians and ruling classes.
They only assist in creating problems for the countries that are
inundated by illegal immigrants and must be sent back immediately.
Illegal immigrants dream of one day returning to their country; the
people of those countries inundated wish they would return, as well.
Please contact us for debates and conferences on any of the themes cited
Manifest Destiny – International Philosophy Group – 2004 -
By means of a natural evolutionary process of production and
communication, the world today has become a global village; its economy is
globalized, Western civilization is its guide and democracy is a categorical
imperative for peace, freedom, justice and prosperity of humankind.
Those that criticize and condemn democratic society of free trade
without firstly clearly and concretely defining an alternative, represent the
anarchical thought behind substituting the defective with nothing.
is a governing of the people in a society of free men and women based on the
premise that the first freedom is the freedom from necessity.
to the ancient Greek philosophers – to
a person in a state of need, not even God is present.
The countries of Latin America that were regarded as symbols of the
world community up to the 1960’s, are today abominable lands of misery and
terror through the handiwork of their political classes; some 60% of their
population surviving in an utter state of necessity having been marginalized
and excluded from the consumer market, society and the human condition
altogether. These are NOT
democratic countries. No
democratic country is a poor country – and no poor country is a democratic
call out to all of those in the world – from churches, the Arts, sports,
pacifist institutions; to anti-globalists, businesspeople, professionals,
laypeople, students and intellectuals of Western civilization – you must
open your eyes to your superficial vanity and put to an end your noble, yet
fruitless, attempts to rescue to the dignity of some 2/3 of humanity through
protests and charity campaigns, while those responsible for the real suffering
remain masked and hidden among us.
risk of a world economic crisis is directly related to the lack of growth in
the consumer market. Even considering that it will establish itself firmly,
whether in the short or mid-term, in countries run by tyrants or in primitive,
archaic cultures is simply naïve. The
countries of Latin America represent 1/3 of the population, territory and
natural resources of Western civilization.
As a result, the recovery of the world economy will occur on the same
day that the countries of Latin America enjoy the reality of already existing
democratic countries; never one day sooner.
has become decadent and apathetic – it has long forgotten its great values
of the past – the French Revolution, the Renaissance, Illuminism and
Protestantism – all movements that have shaped the freedom and labor of
humanity, always holding humanity as the greater good.
Now, in the arms of socialist/communist demagogy and populism it has
resigned itself to sit idly by to watch its history that once actively shaped
the future, pass by observing indifferently and in negligence.
all of America was united in true democracy from North to South Pole, aided by
the New China, it would guide the world to peace and prosperity in the Third
is something new in the world. For
the first time in our era, this Manifesto describes, denounces and condemns
evil where it lies and offers up solutions to the problems.
It is a descriptive essay based upon published materials that come out
on a daily basis in the media in Latin America and around the world.
We ask the good-willed people of the world to unite in the struggle to
construct, through the hard work and participation of all towards a society of
freedom, justice and peace for the world and humanity.
In Western countries we must promote a clear campaign through the
publication of this Manifesto, as well as through conferences, lectures,
university debates, cultural events, the media (radio, television, computers,
etc.), Labor union meetings – all discussing the themes:
Islamic religion in accordance with the laws and constitutions of the
countries from Western civilization?"
the Developing Countries in Which People Live in a State of Necessity Truly
Principles and Concepts of Freedom, Justice and Democracy to Govern Society in
the Third Millennium”.
These are the
principles, questions and means by which to overcome the forces of evil and
construct, through the participation and hard work of all, a world of peace,
freedom and prosperity; through democracy.
Please invite us to participate at any moment and time. E-Mail email@example.com
in the Forum on our Web site and send along your comments.
The men of good of the world must remember that.
Wenn die Religion auf die Politik eingeht, kommt die Apokalypse zum Pferd.
Die Benediktion Imam an den Terroristen und dieser Bischöfe und Kardinäle an
den Tyrannen und an den lateinamerikanischen Politikern ist verantwortlich für
das Blut und für den Schmerz vom Hunger und von den Schrecken in unseren
Oder es wird zu den Kirchen verhindert, um in Politik hereinzukommen, oder
Politik der Kirchen ist Quälerei der Welt.
Businesspeople of productive
activities, laypeople, professionals, politicians,
intellectuals of the Arts and Sciences and all good-willed people of the world
must be made aware that: the politicians of developing countries,
international capital finance and Islamic terrorism are the seething tentacles
of an impetuous, repugnant monster that threatens democracy, Western
civilization, the world and humanity.
When the religion enters in the politics the Apocalypse
arrives at the gallop.
The Sanctification of a Pope is dificulty to accept as joust
who asked for to peace and social justice but, never said a word on the causes
and the causers of the war and the misery in the world.
the United States, Hitler would govern the world. During his vacation,
Saddam Hussein would string up the Cardinals of Rome as muezins in
effigy on the top of Saint Peter Cathedral.
The true pacifist is not the one who proclaims,
protests, complains and bares himself - it is the one who in the name of
peace makes war, willing to die.
To the ecologists we remember the warning of Indira Gandhi:
"The worst pollution is poverty”.
The critics of
democracy, without a concretealternative, are anarchic wanting to
substitute a defective system with nothing.
A democratic society is the best possible. The
socialist society is a society human beings are incapable of.
conference of the ONGs on the hunger and the malnutrition a participant said:
"the children of the poor countries affected by serious illnesses as the
acute diarrhea would not have to be salutes in order to prevent a life of
sacrifices and sufferings to it”. A phrase perverse and cruel but, true.
President George W. Bush’s Inaugural speech made on January 20th,
2005, is an historical document due to the many truths that it addressed, and
at the same time for the equal amount of perplexities which it raised.
The most perplexing comes from his statement: “Our goal is to allow others to
find their own path and define their own sense of liberty.”
Although this is widely agreed upon by other governments, politicians
and is supported by Western public opinion, this affirmation of subjectivity
of the principles of liberty is actually a cry for anarchy.
Following this train of thought, one can say nothing negative of Hitler
or Fidel Castro’s definition of liberty, nor of that of world terrorists
that under the scriptures of the Koran use terror as a way to ensure their
place in paradise; for that matter we can not criticize President Lula
(Brazil) that seeks to free the impoverished people of his country who have
been enslaved by the infamy of the country’s political class with a campaign
of simply handing out food to those in need.
It states in the preamble of the UN’s Letter of Human Rights: “discovering
a world in which human beings are assured the freedom of opinion and beliefs,
as well as freedom from fear and necessity is proclaimed as the highest of
aspirations for humankind.” Freedom
is a synonym of democracy. Democracy
is the governing of the people of a society of free men and women.
The countries of Latin America, which up to the ‘60’s were
idealized by other countries of the world, today are no longer near democratic
due to the work of the political classes who have turned them into countries
of poverty and misery with nearly 60% of their populations living in utter
fear and in a complete state of necessity – they have been marginalized from
the consumer market, society and the human condition altogether.
No poor country is a democratic country, and no democratic country is a
poor country. Elections do not
automatically constitute democracy; if this were true, Fidel Castro and Saddam
Hussein who were elected unanimously would be the world’s highest examples
of democratic election.
The greatest defeat to the exporters of democracy in Iraq was the
support shown by Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani who proposed the idea that the Koran
is the only law in Iraq and that its principles should be included in the
President Bush also stated: “The survival of freedom of our land depends on the development of
freedom around the world.” while some ¾ of humanity live in a state
of slavery of necessity, powerless to struggle and free themselves from the
forces of evil that oppress them. It
becomes then an issue of coherence for President Bush and the democratic
governing bodies of the world to extend their hands to free the oppressed
people and therefore exonerates oppressing governments.
America, with or without the aid of other democratic countries who have
become deserters by way of political-electoral convenience, must vehemently
fight against terrorism maintaining a well-defined agenda of the causes and
causers of war and misery around the world.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice stated: “We
must re-construct our friendships with the remaining democratic countries…”
The biggest obstacles in re-constructing these relationships lie among
France’s beneficiary contracts to extract 1 million barrels of oil per day
(over 70 years), totaling 26 billion barrels of Iraqi oil and Germany and
European countries’ electoral/political interests, in addition to the
comfort of being a mere observer and critic while the others defend themselves
from their aggressors.
In the end of January/2005, the tragic-comical group made up of Bill
Clinton, Bill Gates, Tony Blair and vocalist Bono staged the world the biggest
farse of our times calling upon the wealthy of the world for donations (and
wealthy nations to cancel debts) to end the problems of poverty and misery in
developing countries. Without
moralizing politics and creating true agrarian reform in developing countries
these attitudes and speeches have nothing more to gain than applause and a
boost in public image. The G-7
opened an invitation to the government of Brazil to attend their Summit in
Davos – the only thing missing was an invitation to Bin Laden in order to
close the circle for the forces responsible for terror and misery in our world
On February 15, 2005, in the Brazilian House, an unknown candidate,
however one who presented a project to double salaries, extend term periods by
two years and improve the bathrooms won an election in the House receiving 2/3
of the vote (see Attachment in our Manifesto).
This election is a portrait of the political ethics, morals and decency
in Latin America and a perfect glimpse at where their people are headed.
In Iraq, on February 19, 2005, Saddam Hussein’s Sunis rained terror
over the entire country with more than 150 civilian assassinations during the
Shiite celebration of Ashura. Those
who march to the motto of freeing peace
must admit to their incoherence and bad faith.
Terrorist have now employed the tactic of kidnapping to promote
manifestations for peace in their countries; meanwhile, governments pay huge
amounts of money for their rescue – in other words, freeing peace while financing war.
President Bush stated in Brussels on the European Union: “Nothing
can divide us” – a nice gesture, but politically untrue.
The governments of the Old World have become decadent in their
never-ending political-electoral campaigns and have declared themselves united
in the mission for peace – united with anyone, even with those who make
terror, death and war their chosen profession.
President Bush and the American public must realize that a united
America – from South Pole to North Pole – could change the fate of the
world and humanity. The
technological, military, economic and scientific power of the United States
are the only elements needed to overcome violence – but it must have a clear
campaign using democracy as its lead, through the participation of all of the
Americas, to build a new era of justice, prosperity and peace in the
On February 22, 2005, the Pope presented his book to the public in Rome
entitled, Memories and Identity.
The first line of the book is: “And
so it was that God stopped the forces of evil”.
One of the greatest, scariest evils in history was the Inquisition that
dragged the world into stagnation, darkness, persecution and terror for more
than 13 centuries. The newer
version of such destructive ideologies is: the false ideologies of Latin
American politics, international capital finance (IMF), Islamic terrorism and
the silence of the
defenders of the poor who do nothing to help them overcome their own poverty.
The Pope has evidently forgotten them.
God is infinite love; when His self-proclaimed representatives drag His
name into politics the Apocalypse is always arriving at full gallop.
We have witnessed the American armed forces, aided by the Soviet,
English and anti-fascist European armed forces put an end to the ideologies of
evil in the recent past; democracy helped to construct and mold the United
States and the countries of Western Europe mainly because: socialism
is not a reality for human beings.
In February of 2005, the European Parliament passed a law against hate
crimes and discrimination. Chapter
4 – Verses 15-74-84-89-91-92 and Chapter 9 – Verses 5-14-23-111 of the
are the fuel for such a law. We
are sure that none of the Parliament members, politicians, pacifists,
missionaries from NGO’s across the EU will have the strength, serenity,
power and decency to denounce them.
On 02 of April, 2005,
Pope Carol Josyf Wojtyla passed on. His vassals will elect a new
Emperor, for another life-long term, that, as such, will view democracy
as a herd of sheep, lamenting and wandering aimlessly not knowing where
or why. He
asked for justice and was anti-American a priori - never once did he speak out
against those that are responsible for the human tragedy of the people of
Latin America and forgot: without the United States, Hitler
would govern the world. During his vacation, Saddam Hussein would string
up the Cardinals of Rome as muezins in effigy on the top of Saint
John Paul II always considered himself as an anti-communist - a fact,
honestly, with which we would like to agree; however, we can not agree with
his silence against the Nazi-fascism that was responsible for a war that
stripped the world of 40 million lives and produced some of the worst horrors
humanity has ever witnessed. His successor, the ultra-conservative Josef
Ratzinger - Bento XVI - has been defined by the European press as "the
Iron Cardinal, "Guardian of the Holy Inquisition Tribunal",
"Mayor of the Congregation for Doctrine and Faith". He is the
one and the same who condemned Friar Leonardo Boff (Brazil) for his Liberation
Theory that called for more care and attention to the poor from the
Vatican. During the election of the new Pope, a mere 15% of voting
Cardinals were there representing 60% of the entire Catholic population on the
planet (the people of Latin America).
the past Pope, nor his successor, Cardinals or Bishops has ever once breathed
a word out against the causes (and causers) of the hunger, misery and horrors
in which the poor of the world live. They
have never spoken out against the Koran, that openly discriminates (in
Chapters 4 and 9 - www.kuran.gen.tr/)
against women referring to them as inferior, in addition to the book that
promises Paradise to the terrorists that committ suicide taking innocent lives
with them in the struggle of Islamism against other religions.
The Vatican and Islamism have solidified a "Holy Pact" to
drag society back to the darkness of the Middle Ages.
The defenders of the poor who do nothing to help overcome poverty
The continual campaign against hunger and mal-nutrition organized
by churches, NGO’s and role models from the arts, culture and sports have
done little to rectify an obvious problem.
However, they are surprisingly quiet when it comes to denouncing the
true causes and causers of hunger that they so staunchly fight against.
certainly more important to fight off the locusts that relentlessly devour
everything in the path than to simply hand out a few scraps to the victims.
Agrarian reform is a constant problem and is always a current issue –
until it is truly made, it remains a necessity.
Latin American countries whose vast lands and mild climates allow for
three harvests per year are home to nearly 40% that live mal-nourished,
despite its urban populations being proportionately higher than Europe’s.
Governments have ignored the topic for decades all the while budgeting
mere pennies for the reform itself – the result is social and economic
devastation for the country and its people.
The “World Letter” published by the Vatican’s Justice and Peace
Council in 1997 began by questioning the origin and legitimacy of land
ownership (see attachments); in other words, declaring civil war rather than
peaceful agrarian reform. In a
society whose basic foundation is, in fact, private land ownership the origin
and legitimacy of ownership is absurd and a provocation.
Why, then, not question the origin and legitimacy of capital finance?
is clear to see the impact that such a document, its principles and complete
lack of any sort of proposal for true agrarian reform has done to continue the
violence and spilling of blood, in vain, in Latin America.
The destiny of the world depends on the awareness of democratic
countries (Australia, Canada, South Korea, Israel, Japan, United States and
European Union nations) of the grave risk to democracy and Western
civilization due to the group actions of its greatest enemies – Islamic
terrorism, a priori anti-Americanism, pseudo-democracies of Latin America, the
immediate interests of international capital finance over the interests of
humanity and the unawareness of the need to institute a New World Order.
Islamism and the
Islamism, by means of terrorism, declared outright war on Western
civilization on September 11th, 2001 - its inspiration and guide
the Koran Chapter 4, Verses 15-34-74-84-89-91-92 and Chapter 9, Verses
5-14-23-111 (see Site: www.kuran.gen.tr/).
It violated civil, penal and constitutional laws of Western countries
and has therefore become necessary to invite all countries to hold a
plebiscite decrying the Islamic laws of these countries.
Furthermore, they must declare the rituals and predication of these
laws suspended until proper ethical, moral and institutional reforms can be
discussed and created. They must
also pass laws stopping Islamic communities and citizens from non-democratic
countries to act brashly against or take critical attitudes against democracy.
No freedoms must be given to the enemies of democracy.
It is possible that the Bible, the Torah and other religious scriptures
to be as virulent and controversial – the difference is that Islamism is
active today – not the crusades of 1,000 or 2,000 years ago.
Islamism, together with all sorts of demagogues, anarchists and those
frustrated with not having a decent alternative to democratic free trade
society, have launched a disloyal, hypocritical campaign fingering the United
States as an imperialist country. Actually,
the United States is not an imperialist country – it is, in fact, a
capitalist country just as France, Norway, Switzerland and the Vatican are. The difference, however, is in the dimension, not in the
The idea that it is remotely possible to discuss, export or even impose
democracy upon a people fanatic about religion is absurd and naïve. The
fanatic, whether religious or ideal, is a person devoid of reason and
therefore is no longer a human being, but a living creature such as the snake,
tiger or jackal. Dialogue and
reason no longer make any sense and have no base.
G.W. Bush’s greatest mistake is not fighting a war that Islam
declared and now fights in such a cowardly fashion, but rather in fighting an
incorrect war occupying Islamic territories as Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein
have planned and now use for their own political interests.
In these territories, Islamism can not be uprooted or beaten, for each
action, whether won or lost, only acts as a catalyst to strengthen and
reinforce their fanaticism. Never
since the invasion of Iraq have the Islamic people been more fanatic, united
and determined to kill or die to dominate the world in the name of Islam, thus
gaining entrance into paradise as promised in the Koran.
Any foreign army remaining in any Islamic territory, under any decree
is a mistake, not to mention the astronomical cost to maintain troops there.
The democratic countries of the world must remove their troops and
civilians from Islamic territories however, they should first install marine,
land and space missile bases ready to destroy any and all installations where
weapons of mass destruction are manufactured or in any area where terrorist
organizations may decide to set up shop.
In this type of war, efficiency would be increased 100 times while
decreasing costs – not only financial, but the loss of human lives.
There is no ethics or morals in war.
When struggling against terrorism, any weapons apt to overcome it are
Pseudo-democracies of Latin America and the Great Heresy
The politicians of Latin America have resuscitated electoral Feudalism
with its barons and princes; without their recommendation or consensus a
person can hope for nothing short of perpetual unemployment leading to civil
death. Government economic
programs have been substituted with grandiose social campaigns for food
turning their citizens into mere bystanders and common beggars waiting for
handouts. In order to sustain
their enormous bureaucratic and political structure, governments accumulate
financial debts that the budgets of the United States and European Union
combined, would not be able to wipe out in 20 years.
They have run up unimaginable debts (Brazil pays an estimated U$100
million a day in interest – the same spent by the United States on the war
in Iraq), only to pay them off by drawing more loans, thus creating more debt
– a vicious cycle that ends in the economic collapse of debtor countries and
international capital finance charging ever more forward toward eventual
bankruptcy. International trade
is based on the export of raw materials sold off at bargain basement prices
while importing manufactured products at the price of rare gold. Failure of small and mid-size businesses is widespread.
The lack of true agrarian reform leaves Argentina, the second largest
exporter of food to the world, with 35% of its population starving in the
streets; while Brazil, who each year exports over 130 million tons of grains
produced by agricultural groups sustained by public funds, has made no
progress with those who must fight with the buzzards for scraps of food in
trash dumps. More than 600
thousand children die due to lack of sufficient hygiene and basic sanitation,
and millions of others suffer irreversible damage to the intellectual
faculties. Children and teens
that work under virtual slave conditions or ensnared in sexual tourism are
comparatively considered a privileged group. Over 300 thousand are murdered each year.
Millions live in wooden huts and cardboard shacks, improper living
spaces for dogs and pigs that have been built along the banks of rivers and
clinging to mountainsides waiting to be washed out by the first heavy
On December 26th, 2004, a tidal wave wreaked havoc on the
shores of various African and Asian countries.
Some 200 thousand perished as installations and infer-structure in
heavily hit areas was almost completely destroyed. The people of Latin America, at the hands of their political
classes, live as if they were hit by two tidal waves per year.
Under the political, economic and social context described, President
Lula (Brazil) removed the chapter on agrarian reform, ordered a doubling of
federal reserves to pay off IMF debts (only to file for more loans), purchased
a new presidential plane, pleaded with journalists to withhold information
that would potentially scare off tourists and gleefully informed the public
that raw material exports have been on the rise and therefore the Brazilian
public should prepare itself for greater days ahead in 2005 (!?).
The current world economic crisis is directly related to the lack of
growth in the consumer market – putting stock in countries run by tyrants
with archaic, primitive cultures hoping they will build markets of
significance in the short to mid-term is simply naïve and senseless.
Latin American countries represent 1/3 of the population, territory and
natural resources of Western civilization, hence, recovery of the world
economy will only begin on the same day that they are included among and privy
to the same as democratic countries; never a day sooner. This fact must be remembered by all German, American,
Australian, Chinese, Korean, Italian, Japanese, French and other democratic
country business people and workers.
The greatest of all heresies in the last 50 years has been the Bishops
not informing the Pope of such immoral and merciless behavior of Latin
American politicians. God will
never forgive such an omission.
The development of developing countries is apparent and fictitious due
to its progressive debt – it is simply the shifting around of investments in
productive areas only to benefit electoral campaigns. In fact, developing countries are slipping further into to
debt dragging their populations into further desperation.
At it stands, if industrialized countries were to issue loans requested
by the governing bodies of developing countries without even charging
interest, laypeople worked without earning anything, businesspeople paid
double taxes, retired citizens just seized to exist: the political class of
these countries would still vote to raise their salaries and privileges while
maintaining a class of beggars and bystanders who would be kept around to
re-elect them into office – in essence, changing nothing for some 60% of
their population who have been marginalized and sent to beg in the street.
A movement must come about in Latin American countries – Emergency
Revolutionary Movement – ERM – one which shall renounce violence in all
its forms and promote plebiscites (in Latin American countries) to include new
articles within their constitutions pushing for the moralization of politics
and true agrarian reform, as indicated in this Manifesto.
On the very next day after these reforms, each country shall inform
international financial institutions and the G7 governments that a state of
economic emergency has been declared and, therefore all payments on interest
and debts with effectively be considered suspended.
International finance and industrialized economies will fall into havoc
at the feet of Latin American economic independence and policies.
The moment will have then arrived where everyone will sit at the same
table, eye to eye, in hopes of finding a new way to better construct, under
the hard work and diligence of all, a world of peace, justice and prosperity
under democracy for all.
Read our World Manifest Destiny, in its entirety, on our Web site.
make ourselves wholly available for debates and conferences on any of the
aforementioned topics in our Manifesto at the address…
Islamism was born out of violence, holds a violent spirit and uses
terrorism to invoke fear and impose its religion on the world.
Its inspiration and guiding force is the Koran, a book that supports
discrimination, violence and murder as demonstrated in Chapter 4 – Verses
15,34,74,84,89,91 and Chapter 9 – Verses 5,14,23,111 (www.kuran.gen.tr/).
Verse 15: Those among your women who have committed adultery, you must
gather 4 witnesses, and once confirmed, condemn them to your homes until death
Verse: But when the sacred months have passed, kill all infidels
wherever you may find them; capture them, fight them and ambush them.
Women are discriminated against and seen as a sub-species in the Koran,
to be used by men; a slave to be used as merchandise for trade and
compensation. Allah (God) is seen
as a ferocious, all-powerful punisher of justice that assumes responsibility
for all of the destruction and crimes of His followers.
the pages of the Koran terms such as: kill them where they are found, capture
them, threaten them, ambush them, etc. are repeatedly encountered.
Such rhetoric turns followers into blind believers, full of terrorist
euphoria and becomes a manual for guerilla warfare and murder, not a religious
doctrine of love, brotherhood and peace for humankind.
The Koran goes on to violate civil, penal and constitutional rights of
Western civilization and it becomes, then, utterly necessary to create groups
to denounce it on the judiciary level and declare it lawless.
Cult Islamism must be stamped out until its doctrine can be reformed
and revamped to fit the laws and ethical/moral principles held by democratic
Islam’s war against
all that is NOT Islam
With enough money and demagogy, one can easily gather a group together
and orchestrate a terrorist act in the United States, France, Italy, Norway or
any other country. However, how
many people in Western civilization will stand up and applaud such an act?
The world was witness, on September 11, 2001, to the complete animal
nature of humankind; a terrorist act that was criminal and macabre.
To add to the absurdity, the world also witnessed Islamic people
deliriously and unanimously celebrating the horrid act.
Western civilization and the world are therefore at war – not
necessarily against the hand that struck them, but first and foremost against
the spirit that makes people applaud pure crime, murder and hatred.
their land with troops has managed only to reinforce their rampant fanaticism
only solidifying their will to fight a holy
war – with their last remaining child.
It has long been the praxis of the Islamic people to employ chemical
weapons and send children into war, as we have seen in the Iran-Iraq war.
Children were sent into minefields to open paths for soldiers or even
to set mines in war zones only then to be shown on the television as the
casualties of the American and Israeli troops (children murdered by terrorism
in Iraq is ten times more than those that have died in American and Israeli
bombings in the last ten years).
war against those who make war and terror their profession and faith must be
considered as prevention. If
democratic countries had destroyed Berlin on August 31, 1939 (like it was
destroyed in 1945), there surely would have been civilian casualties –
however on September 1 a catastrophic movement leaving 40 million sacrificed
and dead in its wake, would never have gotten started.
Controlled forest fires are a means of prevention against those fires
that destroy everything.
true pacifist is not he/she who simply protests, complains and cries injustice
– it is he/she who, in the name of peace, declares war against those that
make wars of terror and death their profession and guiding faith, ready to
and its synonym, terrorism can only be overcome by strength of will. Action must be taken directly against its leaders, whether
open or in hiding. The bombs that
fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August of 1945 demonstrated their
destructive power. Upon being
advised that the next target would be Tokyo, the emperor of Japan openly
admitted defeat and called off his kamikaze (wind of God), who respectfully
obeyed. The two bombs killed
300,000 people, but avoided years of war and the sacrifice of millions to
follow. One word from the Imam of
Islam would definitively end terrorism in 48 hours.
violence to fight terrorism does not mean fighting Islamism as a religious
faith when stripped of its violent principles and ideals, and should be
therefore treated with the respect that other religions enjoy.
the pool of stagnant waters that Western civilization’s intellectuals now
wallow, through omission and the lack of ethical/moral fiber that is needed to
fight the great threat of Islam to democracy and our world, we turn to the
words of the illuminated, incorruptible spirit of the Italian journalist and
writer, Oriana Fallaci who once said: “Fooling
ourselves into believing there is a good and bad Islam leads one to
believe there is not one Islam – and that all of Islam is a stagnant pool of
water. To believe that we are not
on the path to drowning in such a pool is against Reason.
By not defending our own territory, home, children, dignity and
essence, is also against Reason.” (Oriana
Fallaci, La Forza della Ragione, Editora Rizzoli International)
We would like very much like to get in contact with the writer to
jointly work on a new book entitled: THE
STRENGTH TO IMPOSE REASON.
Yasser Arafat founded Al Fatah in 1959 and the PLO in 1964 – two
terrorist movements responsible for – among other countless crimes –
kidnappings, plane bombings and the massacre of 17 Israeli athletes at the
Olympic Games in Germany. He gave
Saddam Hussein a hug and three kisses congratulating him on his victories,
through the use of chemical weapons over the Kurds, his brother Shiites from
Iran and for his invasion of Kuwait. For
50 years he asked for peace, while at the same time organized and intensified
terrorist activities. He never
signed the peace accord to suspend terrorist activities.
Meanwhile, he received the Nobel Peace Prize and shortly after his
death the President of France, Jacques Chirac, Chancellor of Germany, Gerard
Schroeder, President of the UN, Koffi Annan, ex-President of the Soviet Union,
Mikhail Gorbatchov, anarchists and socialist/communists from Europe and Latin
America and the Pope all exalted Yasser Arafat (guru of international
terrorism) as an Apostle of peace in the Middle East.
The Risk in Accepting Latin America’s Pseudo-democrats as True
In the description of the false ideologies put forth by the political
class and pseudo-democrats in the countries of Latin America made in the
presentation of our Manifesto, we must add that these countries were
considered examples to strive for up to the ‘60’s; however today, by the
trickery and thievery of their political classes have been turned into
poverty-stricken, miserable lands. The
‘Sub’-democratic system can be identified by using Brazil as living
example – as it is considered a regional economic and political powerhouse
– absent of the political degeneration of the other crueler, more absurd,
immoral surrounding countries. Their
politicians have instituted a class of themselves, for themselves, no longer
holding any link to the interests of their country or population.
They have established salaries and privileges of more the 300 times
that of 80% of the population (equal to a representative of the United States
or European Union earning 350 thousand dollars per month) – in 4 years of
office they receive what a layperson might aspire to earn in 1,200 years of
Professional politicking, as opposed to industrious, entrepreneurial
work, has become the only way in which to acquire prestige, power and wealth.
Governments and politicians strive only to organize and create huge
philanthropic-social entities, hence reducing their populations to mere
bystanders and beggars.
handiwork for elections
President Lula’s government presented, and Congress approved, the
National Budget/2005 forecasting expenses of (in US billions): 1.757 for
Congressional expenses, 10.732 for military spending, 7.18 for Education,
5.645 for his STRUGGLE AGAINST HUNGER campaign and 0.871 for Agrarian reform.
Please observe that funds allocated for Agrarian reform is only 49.6%
of that set aside for Congressional expenses (salaries and benefits for
members of Congress) and a slight 16% of that factored for Lula’s populist
publicity program and boost in his next electoral campaign (STRUGGLE AGAINST
HUNGER). Spending on Education is
only 67% of that targeted for military spending.
Congress members paralyzed activities in 2004 after going on strike for
4 months until the government offered up U$100 mi at their disposal turned
into Public Works to help in their future electoral campaigns.
Politicians act with whole-hearted Machiavellian principles. They constantly give privileges for civil servant employment,
electoral boards and any other position remotely associated to politics.
In turn, intellectuals and the middle class – the heart and soul of
society – are squeezed and corralled into siding with any political party
out of sheer necessity. The
voices of ex-guerillas, political exiles, poets, musicians, professors and
students who sang out with hymns of glory against the military government have
now been completely silenced after being offered and quickly snapping up cushy
jobs and accepting political posts of any kind.
The media has followed in kind by following the orders of the political
class by denouncing corruption and swiftly pointing the finger at society as
the one to blame.
Misinformation and contradictions have run completely rampant. On January 18, 2004, CEPAL (Economic Commission for Latin
American and the Caribbean – a branch of the UN) stated: “some 44% of
Latin American populations live in favelas
(slums) or impoverished neighborhoods” – in other words, living in
absolute poverty. On the same
day, UN scientists were quoted as saying: “Brazil must help impoverished
countries to meet the Millennium Goals”.
The Dante-esque political, economic and social scene in Latina America,
American Free Trade Association (ALCA), Economic Cooperation Association of
Asia and the Pacific (APEC) and other associations of trade integration are
pathetic, ludicrous ventures in which few have everything to sell while others
scrape to find the money to buy as almost everything has already been spent on
the political campaigns of the reigning political classes – Maharajahs and
Barons of the new electoral feudalism.
A New World Order
The UN is a decrepit, obsolete institution – a palace of lions where
the representatives from developing countries vote for those who offer the
most money and support of their reigning political classes.
Some ¾ of the participating UN countries are governed by ideological
tyrants and theocrats or can be classified as utter failures of democracy
where 60% of their populations have been marginalized and excluded from the
consumer market, living in sheer poverty.
The combined political, economic and military strength of democratic
countries is staggering although it has remained useless to defend democracy
and impose it upon those who threaten it.
In order to construct a new World Order, we must institute an
Association of Democratic Nations – ADN – uniting the countries of
democracy – e.g. a society governed by people of free will and under the
premise that the first freedom is the freedom from necessity and is the
pre-requisites to join the ADN shall be:
primary goals and objectives of the ADN shall be:
the duty of all good-will people to fight in the defense of democracy by all
means and weapons necessary to overcome the forces of evil in order to
construct, through the hard work and participation of all, a world of peace,
freedom and prosperity for all of humani
* Attachment 1
On September 11, 2001 the world witnessed the darkest side of the human mind. A terrorist act, itself, is a criminal, macabre act. Islamic people deliriously and unanimously celebrated a truly malicious, monstrous event.
Western civilization must defend its survival by imposing inspections on countries that support terrorism, whether directly or indirectly, as well as those countries with interests in manufacturing weapons of mass destruction. Refusal to comply with or limit these inspections should be considered a deliberate act of war, that must be dealt with by all means, force and weapons at one’s disposal. It must be done quickly and efficiently and that country should only occupy foreign territory for as long as necessary to uproot the organization in power or dismantle weapons installations.
The magazine, Veja (biggest circulation in Brazil), on November 8th, 1995, published a graph comparing the salaries of Brazilian Congress members with salaries of those from democratic countries and were led to comment: “Brazilian Congress members, in relation to per capita income, receive astronomical salaries”. It is worth mentioning that when their salaries are compared to 80% of those working and retired – they receive indecent, immoral and criminal amounts.
Public servants have not had a raise for the last eight years. On December 19, 2002, Congress, in two minutes, raised their salaries by 54%, and in February, 2003 increased benefits by 71%. In total, they now receive more than $20,000 dollars per month – this sum corresponds to 250 times the monthly salary of laborer and retirees in the country.
Neither the ‘progressivist’ President and socialist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the leader of an eager campaign against hunger, nor any of the remaining Latin American politicians have mentioned a word against such increases. Nor have we heard any discord from the anti-globalists, philanthropists, Bishops, Cardinals or the Pope, as well as those who fight in the defense of the poor (until now quite unsuccessfully) – all have remained silent and not raised an eyebrow. All things considered: who among them have the right to speak on behalf of the poor and in the name of God – NONE.
Upon commenting on part of the President of the Republic’s, FHC, end-of-the-year speech – “In the last few years we have made great progress”. The magazine Veja, on January 24, 2001, wrote: “Over the last ten years, the population on the outskirts of large cities (defined by us as lawless lands of poverty, misery and human indignity – the waiting room to Hell) have grown 30%.
The Minister of the Brazilian Supreme Court has said: “The outskirts of all metropolitan areas are governed by a parallel government”. In other words, around 40% of the population is governed by organized crime.
Progressives and conservatives demonstrate to the emptiness of ideas and programs of government when, in October of 1999, the two leaders, of the "progressives" and the conservatives, if hug (to see photo) to reaffirm its full agreement on a plan to eliminate the poverty and the misery in Brazil. The project foresaw: "... the institution of a tax to create a deep one that it allows to give to each poor person 40 cents per day during 400 days, and thus... to finish with the poverty in Brazil ".
-In the photo to the left, ex-metallurgist and union members (Lula). Already received by the Pope numerous times as the highest “progressivist” representative of Latin America – the same person who, on March 13th, 1996, in the amphitheater at Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais – Brasil, upon responding to our question: “What do you think about the scandalous salaries of Representatives?”, responded: “I don’t think that the Representatives’ salaries (he, himself, being a representative at the time) are indecent. I think that 8,000 (eight thousand) dollars per month as a base salary...is not all that much!”. Comparatively, at that time, 80% of workers and retired individuals held salaries of 80 (eighty) dollars per month – now, down to 75 (seventy-five).
On January 7th, 2002, the most important newspaper in the state of Minas Gerais (Brazil) published an article reporting on the “use of incinerators that where used by Representatives from the state of Minas Gerais to burn fiscal notes that showed money that was received and intended for philanthropic organizations was, in fact, transferred in personal accounts or used for electoral campaigns”.
In 23 October 2003 the |Diário periodical of the Afternoon (Belo Horizonte), the news that the State deputy members of the managing table of the State legislature of the State of Minas Gerais more than receive 100 a thousand Reals (34,000.00 U$ Dollar) for month, correspondent the 520 times the wage of 80% of the workers and pensioners of the country, between the cited ones is the Member of the house of representatives Durval Ângelo of the Party of the Workers of President Lula of the program HUNGER ZERO and the slogan: name of the peace if calls social justice.
JORNAL DO BRASIL- em 10 de abril de 2003.
The indices of violence in Latin America have reached unimaginable heights. More people are murdered in one year than the number of American, British, French and Italian civilians and soldiers who lost their lives in the six years of WWII. In Sao Paulo, there is a robbery every 6 seconds. A protest was held on April 9, 2003, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, due to lawyers’ visiting rights to penitentiaries being cut back – a total of 9 buses were attacked and subsequently torched by assailants with machine guns and grenades. Grenades were thrown into local business that refused to go along with the curfew set by local drug traffickers.
In 07/10/03, the Net Globe of Television presented a news article showing the total lack of sanitation for 70 million Brazilians. This is the picture of the society of the countries of Latin America. Our Manifesto says which is the causes, who is its causers and which the solutions.
In September of 2003, Brazil and India lead a group of 21 developing nations in a protest against importation barriers created by industrialized countries on agricultural products. The real benefits of exportation go, in truth, to estate owners and not to the people of developing countries. It is quite difficult to picture a small agriculturalist from Italy or France, that have received land through Agrarian reform and have paid for it with their hard work, accepting competition from agricultural products from the mega-agriculturalists of Latin America and the Maharajas from India.
Agrarian reform is a constant problem and is always a current issue – until it is truly made, it remains a necessity. Latin American countries whose vast lands and mild climates allow for three harvests per year are home to nearly 40% that live mal-nourished, despite its urban populations being proportionately higher than Europe’s. Governments have ignored the topic for decades all the while budgeting mere pennies for the reform itself – the result is social and economic devastation for the country and its people.
The “World Letter” published by the Vatican’s Justice and Peace Council in 1997 began by questioning the origin and legitimacy of land ownership (see attachments); in other words, declaring civil war rather than peaceful agrarian reform. In a society whose basic foundation is, in fact, private land ownership the origin and legitimacy of ownership is absurd and a provocation. Why, then, not question the origin and legitimacy of capital finance?
clear to see the impact that such a document, its principles and complete lack
of any sort of proposal for true agrarian reform has done to continue the
violence and spilling of blood, in vain, in Latin America.
of State Condoleezza Rice stated: “We
must re-construct our friendships with the remaining democratic countries…” The biggest obstacles in
re-constructing these relationships lie among France’s beneficiary contracts to extract 1 million barrels of oil per day (over
70 years), totaling 26 billion barrels of Iraqi oil.
JORNAL FOLHA DE SÃO PAULO ON LINE. (Brazil) 15/02/05
On February 15, 2005, in the Brazilian House, an unknown candidate, however one who presented a project to double salaries, extend term periods by two years and improve the bathrooms won an election in the House receiving 2/3 of the vote (see Attachment in our Manifesto). This election is a portrait of the political ethics, morals and decency in Latin America and a perfect glimpse at where their people are headed.
U$1.01 billion for the year 2005 to pay salaries and benefits deputys and senators– while the budget for agrarian reform stands at a mere U$870 million.
Attachment 14 – Agrarian Reform
In developing countries, agriculture is a synonym of feudalism; an obsolete, improper institution for society as a whole – including agriculturists themselves.
To better understand our Agrarian Reform project, we have defined some of the basic principles below.
Agrarian Reform is based on the primary principle of the social function of the land and the necessary resources in which to do that. Its means is to develop agricultural activities and to industrialize its products, carried out by a group of small owners in cooperation with one another.
The necessary resources to carry out Agrarian Reform will be guaranteed by reserving at least 10% of the national budge.
Owners of the areas designated for Agrarian Reform will be paid back, at the market price, for use of their lands. The market price will be established in negotiation between landowners and the proper government departments (negotiations will be open to the public and the media).
Society does have the right and the duty to take an active public, rather than private, interest. This, however, does not mean that the owner will be whole-handedly stripped of his/her assets. Settlements will increase monetary circulation, stimulating internal investments in the industrial, commercial and service sectors.
Those areas within the country that are designated as fertile and in favorable conditions (climate, water supply, installation of infrastructure necessary for full-scale agricultural production and industrialization) will be used for Agrarian Reform. Land, that is currently inactive, will only be included in the Agrarian Reform project if it meets the necessary requirements stated above.
An Agrarian Reform Technical Coordination team will be created in order to determine the most fertile, favorable lands for reform, as well as establishing the boundaries for farms in each region.
Industrial Production Centers will be established within the lands of the reforms, aided by State financing, where necessary. They will be supervised by government technical agencies and supported by the required infrastructure such as: communication network, housing, schools, health clinics and administrative center.
Property payments to the State will be made agriculturists by using income from sales of production with prices to be established at market price according to item being produced.
Land ownership deeds will be turned over only after debts have been paid off.
No other entity from the State will participate in agricultural financing that is not included in areas of the Agrarian Reform project.
Products produced on lands included in the Agrarian Reform will have highest priority for storage facilities.
Products produced outside of Agrarian Reform lands will be subject to normal tax laws.