Monthly Archives: March 2012

Introduction to the Ramayana

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“Seated in meditation, Brahma thought of the Lord within his heart. At that moment Visnu appeared in the sky. Only the gods saw Him as He descended upon the back of His eagle carrier, Garuda. His beautiful body was blackish … Continue reading

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Over the Atlantic and Eurasia: Europe

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In the last spasms of the unipolar system that shook the world, stirring the global geopolitics, emerges ever more clearly the underground and never faded conflict between telluric forces and oceanic power. In the context of the international relations, the … Continue reading

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Another Open Letter to US President Obama From The People of China

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Part I – Prelude  Sir: We noted with some surprise a recent announcement in The Washington Post of your intention to openly engage in political subversion in our country. We’re told you are “very, very interested in how to reach … Continue reading

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Alain Soral: Class Stuggle within Socialism (1830-1914)

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Everyone knows the class struggle opposing the labour movement to the bourgeoisie. Less known is, and for good reason, the struggle opposing within the socialist movement, the International socialism to the libertarian socialism. And within the national movement: the parliamentary … Continue reading

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What is the Srimad Bhagavatam?

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The Srimad Bhagavatam is generally mistaken to be the same as the Bhagavad-gita. The Bhagavad gita , which was spoken by Lord Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, is the most famous book in the entire universe because it is … Continue reading

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The Idea of Integral Culture by Stephen Edred Flowers

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I. Introduction Our culture is sick. It has been undergoing a process of disintegration for a number of centuries now. Its various constituent parts have progressively been scattered and disconnected from their natural or organic moorings. Such disintegration can only … Continue reading

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Juan Perón on Revolutionary and Guerrilla Warfare

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(From Anuario “Las Bases” (1969), pages 25 and 26. Quoted from El Libro Rojo de Perón (Buenos Aires: A. Peña Lillo, 1973) The “revolutionary war” is a global phenomenon by which the youth have put back into movement the arrested … Continue reading

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Russia and the Changing World by Vladimir Putin

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Editor’s Note:  Russian President Vladimir Putin  is he a friend or foe of the drive towards a Multi-Polar world?  Here’s the first in a short series of  President Putin in his own words to help shed some light on this … Continue reading

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Platform of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (1969)

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l. Conventional War Is the War of the Bourgeoisie. Revolutionary War Is People’s War The Arab bourgeoisie has developed armies which are not prepared to sacrifice their own interests or to risk their privileges. Arab militarism has become an apparatus … Continue reading

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Joe Bageant: Remembering a Redneck Revolutionary

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  By Patrick Ward It was difficult not to take an instant liking to Joe Bageant. Soon after Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential elections, Socialist Review called him up for his opinion on the matter: “I always say that … Continue reading

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