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www.eblong.com/zarf/werewolf.html
"...I'd call it a party game, except that it's a game of accusations, lying,
bluffing, second-guessing, assassination, and mob hysteria."
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www.discovery.com/
dsc.discovery.com/news/news.html
Feb. 21 — To an Eskimo, the saying goes, hell is a very cold place, not a hot
one. Now NASA and European astronomers have pictures of Eskimo hell: the
coldest spot in the known universe.

The place is 5,000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Centaurus. It's
the Boomerang Nebula: a cloud of gases that are being expelled from a dying
star.


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In the Name of Allah, The Gracious, The Merciful. Assalamo Alaikum.

The following fatwa [decree] that was issued by Sheik Abdel-Aziz Ibn Baaz,
Supreme religious authority, Saudi Arabia. It was issued in the year 1993--
just 8 years ago.

It comes from The Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa,
comprising - Head: Shaykh 'Abdul 'Azeez Ibn Abdullaah Ibn Baaz;

Here is the fatwa...

Title of the Book: "Evidence that the Earth is Standing Still."
Author: Sheikh Abdul Aziz Ben Baz.
Editor: Islamic University of Medina.
Year: 1395 AH
City: Medina, Saudi Arabia.
Page: 23.

"If the earth is rotating as they claim, the countries, the mountains, the
trees, the rivers, and the oceans will have no bottom and the people will
see the eastern countries move to the west and the western countries move to
the east."

"In The Name Of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy."

"The earth is flat, and anyone who disputes this claim is an atheist
who deserves to be punished." [Muslim religious edict, 1993, Sheik
Abdel-Aziz Ibn Baaz, Supreme religious authority, Saudi Arabia]"

Now, this is the SAME who issued a fatwa against the Ahmadiyya Movement in
Islam, claiming that we are "non-Muslims."

So THESE are the kinds of so-called LEADERS that you anti-Ahmadis wish us to
follow?! You call for the "establishment of Khilafat."

Well, let me tell you this: Most CERTAINLY the Ummah NEED a RATIONAL and
spiritual Khalifa--ONE leader. Because as long as there are so-called "Muslim
leaders" who believe that the earth is flat, then the Muslim world can FORGET
about "establishing Islam" as the world power.

So, all you young Muslims, listen to me: When you hear someone claim that
Ahmadi Muslims have been "declared" non-Muslim in a fatwah--think twice.

When they first tried to introduce the telephone to Saudi Arabia, these SAME
so-called "sheikhs" and "maulvis" said that the telephone was from "shaitan"
(satan). They claimed that the voice on the other end was satan's voice.

This is how they were finally convinced: Someone convinced one of
these "sheikhs" to pick up a telephone that was ringing [this is a true story,
and you can read about it in the history of Araamco]. He picked it up
[probably reluctantly], and the person on the other end was reciting the Holy
Qur'an.

Contrast that with the founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam
Ahmad (1835-1908), who, when he first heard about the grammaphone (record
player), asked one of his followers to try to secure one so that he could
study it and see how to USE it to spread Islam--and that was over 100 years
ago.

So, when you hear that the Ahmadiyya Movement has established MTA (Muslim
Television Ahmadiyya), a global, 24-hour per day television system with
Islamic programming every half-hour ON the half-hour, it ain't the "British"
who installed it, as our enemies claim. It has ALWAYS been our tradition to be
on the forefront of technology, and we paid our pennies, rupies, shekels,
dinars, and dollars to get MTA installed.

Also, at a time when so-called Muslim "sheikhs" and religious leader claimed
that the Qur'an "should not be translated," Hazrat Ahmad was, as I recall, the
first to begin having the Qur'an translated into other languages. And now,
today, the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam translates Qur'an into *every major
language on earth,* and many minor languages.

Our detractos tell us that we should *abandon* Khilafat--the true leadership
structure in Islam that we have--and follow their sheikhs. Follow them WHERE?
I'm not following a sheikh who believes the world is flat.


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Chronik für das Jahr 1378
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www.weltchronik.de/dcx/dcx_1379.htm
Chronik für das Jahr 1378
Weltgeschichte :|: Kulturgeschichte :|: Deutsche Geschichte


europa by datsh
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Jan Brzechwa
Głos Ameryki

Fala czterdzieści cztery,
Dwudziesta pierwsza trzydzieści.
Słyszycie Głos Ameryki!
Dobre lub złe, ale prawdziwe wieści!

Ameryka! Ta ziemia szczęśliwa i wolna,
Ojczyzna Waszyngtona, kolebka Lincolna,
Zmieniona w kraj biznesu, kryzysu i reklam,
Wprowadziła zasadę: chwal się, ale nie kłam!
Chwal się gumą do żucia, chwal się Coca-Colą -
Niektórzy Coca-Colę od wolności wolą,
Niektórych wolność cieszy, a niektórych złości:
Fast przez kraty spogląda na Posąg Wolności.
Trudno. Truman i trumna - dwa podobne słowa,
Zmieści się między nimi bomba atomowa.
Za żelazną kurtyną nikt o niczym nie wie,
A tu wie nawet Murzyn wiszący na drzewie,
I każdy bezrobotny i największy tuman:
Dobrobyt, prawda, wolność - to Marshall i Truman.
O, key! Dziś za dolara można kupić szpiega.
O, Queuille! Któż dolarowi chętnie nie ulega?
W Departamencie Stanu nikt nie pragnie wojny.
Acheson, jak wiadomo, człowiek bogobojny,
Bogobojni yankesi nie tracą nadziei,
Że będą Coca-Colą handlować w Korei,
Że z czasem znowu chiński opanują rynek,
Bo rząd amerykański dba o szczęście Chinek;
Dba także o Formozę Departament Stanu,
Murzynów zaś poleca panom z Ku-Klux-Klanu.
Murzyn wisi, Fast siedzi, Truman jeździ autem.
Roosevelt mądry, że umarł. Dostałby za Jałtę!

*

Fala czterdzieści cztery,
Dwudziesta pierwsza trzydzieści.
Słyszycie Głos Ameryki!
Dobre lub złe, ale prawdziwe wieści!

Leżą imperialiści na pokładach yachtów,
Chcą agresji, chcą wojny, zyskownych konszachtów,
A tu Apel Sztokholmski: stek złośliwych szykan!
Kwakrzy i metodyści liczą na Watykan,
Watykan cud uczyni i Hitlera wskrzesi,
Wiedział Hitler, co warci Polacy i Czesi,
Wiedział, jak trzeba walczyć z czerwoną zakałą.
Truman jest za łagodny. Tito - to za mało.
Gdyby Hitler zmartwychwstał, na rękę by szedł nam,
Już by imperialistów przestał drażnić Vietnam,
I ten Apel Sztokholmski, i Chiny Ludowe.
Bodajby komuniści mieli jedną głowę,
Jak to marzył przed laty cezar Kaligula:
Na jedną głowę jedna starczyłaby kula,
A czerwone sztandary poszłyby na ścierki!
Tu mówi Nowy York! Słyszycie Głos Ameryki!
Głos tej Ameryki, co świat dolarem mierzy,
Ameryki giełdziarzy, łgarzy i szalbierzy,
Ameryki bezprawia, chamstwa i ucisku,
Ameryki gangsterów żądnych krwi i zysku,
Ameryki grożącej pałaszem Goliata,
Ameryki zbrodniczych podpalaczy świata,
Którzy głoszą, że wojna ludzkość uszlachetni.

*

My - walczymy o pokój. Plan nasz - sześcioletni.

najmita.freeyellow.com/brzechwa/kpiarz/glosameryki.htm


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The art of mysticism can be learned...
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www.rosicrucian.org/park/index.html
www.rosicrucian.org/about/mastery/index.html
Just what is meant when we use the word 'mysticism'. A proper definition has
always been elusive or vague. For the record, mysticism can be defined as an
experience where one personally knows, through direct knowledge, the source of
all being. Many call this source God; others, the cosmic. The point is, the
experience is noetic. we know, not believe through faith or know only through
scientific observation, but we simply and truly know.

The art of mysticism can be learned. The work of the Rosicrucian Order is to
initiate the student to the techniques where mystical knowledge can be readily
attained. This knowledge when properly accessed is ultimately rational.

In the end mysticism isn't a belief. It is simply an art of knowing. The
mystical experience transcends nature. Often the person will receive a feeling
that far surpasses anything which could be conveyed by words. Furthermore,
this insight, devoid of ego, is thoroughly comprehended as truthful.



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Lekcia 12: Multitexturing

Dátum pridania: 20.10.2002
Zobrazení: 577
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Dnešnou lekciou si predstavíme ďalšiu vymoženosť DirectX8. Multitexturing
predstavuje silný nástroj pre rýchlu a efektívnu prácu s viacerými textúrami.
Je to proces, pri ktorom sa na jeden objekt môže namapavať až 8 textúr. To
predurčuje multitexturing hlavne na vytváranie špeciálnych efektov: texture
light mapping, tiene, voda a mnoho ďalších.
Sú však prípady, kedy sa bez multitexturingu nezaobídete. Napríklad ak by ste
chceli vytvoriť malý osvetlený kruh pomocou D3D svetla uprostred veľkého
trojuholníka. Nasmerujete spotlight na jeho stred. Po spustení programu však
zistíte, že trojuholník nie je osvetlený. Prečo? Problém je v engine D3D. Ten
počíta svetlo pre vertexy a nie pre pixle. A kedže spotlight neosvetľuje ani
jeden vertex trojuholníka, tak zostane bez svetla. Jedinou záchanou je
multitexturing. Pôvodná textúra trojuholníka sa zmieša s textúrou svetla
(light mapou) a máte po starostiach.
Predstavíme si dve metódy multitexturingu. Jednoduchšiu - MultiPass a
efektívnejšiu - SinglePass. Ešte je tu tretí spôsob - PixelShader, ktorý je
hardwarovo podporovaný až v DX8.1 a stále prechádza zmenou. V súčasnej dobe
touto technológiou disponuje iba hŕstka nových grafických kariet. Pokiaľ sa
nestane bežným zaužívaným štadardom, nebudeme sa mu zatiaľ venovať. Na záver
tejto lekcie si ukážeme prácu s utilitou DX Texture Tool pri vytváraní
priehľadných textúr s 8 bitovým alpha kanálom.


MultiPass texturing

Najjednoduhším spôsobom ako zlúčiť dve alebo viacero textúr je použiť
MultiPass texturing. Ako napovedá aj názov, touto metódou budú textúry
renderované postupne. Najprv je vyrenderovaná prvá textúra a na ňu sú postupne
pridávané ďalšie. Z toho plynie jedna veľká nevýhoda: objekt musí byť
renderovaný viac krát. Vždy s inou textúrou. To môže predstavovať v prípade
objektu s 1000 vertexami veľký problém. Pre zmiešanie dvoch textúr musíte
renderovať 2x, tedy zobraziť 2000 vertexov.
Základom multiPass texturingu je Alphablending - proces, ktorým sú miešané dva
povrchy (alebo aj dve farby, ak sa na vec pozeráme z elementárneho pohľadu :-)
na základe ich alpha kanálu (kanálu priesvitnosti). Ak sú tymito povrchmi
textúry, hovoríme o multitexturingu. Čo sa v tom čase deje v backbuffery? Pri
renderovaní je logicky zobrazená najprv prvá textúra, ktorá sa tým stáva
cieľovou textúrov pre ďalšiu. Na jej povrch sa nanáša druhá zdrojová textúra.
Ich zmiešaním vznikne jedna textúra, ktorá je potom cieľom pre ďalšiu
zdrojovú - tretiu. A takto to pokrajučuje, podľa toho koľko textúr chcete
použiť.

Akým spôsobom budú textúry miešané určuje niekoľko faktorov, ktoré možete
nastaviť pre zdrojovú textúru a cieľovú textúru. Výsledná farba pixelu sa
potom vypočíta podľa vzťahu:

VyslednaFarba = TexelFarba * SourceBlendFactor + PixelFarba * DestBlendFactor

TexelFarba - farba textelu zdrojovej textúry.
PixelFarba - farba už vyrenderovanej cieľovej textúry.
SourceBlendFactor,DestBlendFactor - faktory. Ich popis najdete v tabuľke.

D3DBLEND_ZERO Blend factor je ARGB (0, 0, 0, 0) - textura má maximálnu
transparentnosť
D3DBLEND_ONE Blend factor je (1, 1, 1, 1) - minimálna transparentnosť
D3DBLEND_SRCCOLOR Použije farbu zdrojovej textúry
D3DBLEND_INVSRCCOLOR Použije obrátené hodnoty (1-A,1-R,1-G,-1B) zdrojovej
textúry
D3DBLEND_SRCALPHA Použije alpha komponent na všetky kanály (A,A,A,A)
D3DBLEND_INVSRCALPHA Invertuje alpha kanál (1-A,1-A,1-A,1-A)
D3DBLEND_DESTALPHA Použije alpha komponent cieľovej textúry na všetky kanály
D3DBLEND_INVDESTALPHA Ako DESTALPHA, ale s obráteným alpha kanálom (1-A)
D3DBLEND_DESTCOLOR Použije farbu cieľovej textúry
D3DBLEND_INVDESTCOLOR Ako DESTCOLOR, ale s obrátenými hodnotami
D3DBLEND_SRCALPHASAT Blend factor je (F, F, F, 1), kde F = Min(srcA, 1 -
destA)
D3DBLEND_BOTHSRCALPHA Zatiaľ nie je podporovaný v DX8
D3DBLEND_BOTHINVSRCALPHA Nastaví INVSRCALPHA pred zdroj a SRCALPHA pre cieľ.
Ak nastavíte tento argument pre zdroj, potom je argument cieľa ignorovaný a
naopak.


Najlepší spôsob, ako pochopiť princíp kombinovania textúr, je skúšať každý
jeden faktor. Tak napr. D3DBLEND_ONE pre zdroj aj cieľ zmieša textúry v pomere
1:1 - každá s polovičnou transparentnosťou. Samozrejme, výsledný efekt sa dá
určiť aj z hore uvedeného vzorca. Povedzme, že zmiešame červenú (255,0,0) a
modrú (0,0,255) v pomere 1:1. Výsledná farba bude tedy obsahovať 50% z každej
pôvodej. Výpočty sú nasledovné:

VyslednaFarba.r = 256 * 0.5 + 0 * 0.5 = 128
VyslednaFarba.g = 0 * 0.5 + 0 * 0.5 = 0
VyslednaFarba.b = 0 * 0.5 + 256 * 0.5 = 128

Výsledná farba je RBG(128,0,128). Z výtvarnej výchovy si ešte pamätám, že z
modrej a červenej vznikne fialová :) Aby D3D vedel kedy má začať alebo ukončiť
miešanie musíme zapnúť resp. vypnúť alphablending. Pozrite sa na zdrojový kód:

'1 textura
D3DDevice.SetTexture 0, Textura1
D3DDevice.DrawPrimitive D3DPT_TRIANGLESTRIP, 0, 2

'2 textura
D3DDevice.SetTexture 0, Textura2
D3DDevice.SetRenderState D3DRS_SRCBLEND, D3DBLEND_SRCCOLOR 'SourceBlendFactor
D3DDevice.SetRenderState D3DRS_DESTBLEND, D3DBLEND_DESTALPHA 'DestBlendFactor
D3DDevice.SetRenderState D3DRS_ALPHABLENDENABLE, 1 'zapneme alphablending

D3DDevice.DrawPrimitive D3DPT_TRIANGLESTRIP, 0, 2
D3DDevice.SetRenderState D3DRS_ALPHABLENDENABLE, 0



Všimnite si, že objekt musel byť 2x vyrenderovaný, čo nie je moc dobré pre
FPS. Pri renderovaní prvej textúry ešte nebol alphablending povolený. Ak by
som tak urobil, textúra sa zmieša s hocičím "pod" ňou. V našom prípade s
čiernym pozadím.
Pre úplné ozrejmenie alphabledingu sa vrátme k lekcii3. Tam ste sa mali
možnosť po prvýkrát zoznámiť s multitexturingom. Mnohí určite nevedeli načo sú
tam tie 3 riadky kódu, ale vedeli ste, že bez nich nebude textúra kurzoru
transparentná. Poďme si celý proces podrobne rozobrať. Tým, ktorí vedia
pracovať s API funkciou BitBlt nebudú nasledujúce riadky neznáme.
SourceBlendFactor je nastavený na D3DBLEND_SRCALPHA a DestBlendFactor na
D3DBLEND_INVSRCALPHA. Zdrojom je tedy textúra kurzoru a cieľom všekto, čo je
pod ňou (pod obrázkom kurzora v Z-ovom smere) podľa toho, kam ste pohli myšou.




Textúra obsahuje aj jednobitový alpha kanál. Tzn, že iba jeden bit bol určený
pre transparentnosť. A vieme, že bit môže nadobúdať 2 stavy: jednotku a nulu.
Bielou farbou u alpha kanálu sú označené všetky "jednotky". Na týchto miestach
je alpha hodnota = 100 % - solídna farba. Naopak, čiernu farbu majú všetky
pixle s alpha = 0% - transparentná farba. Nastavením D3DBLEND_SRCALPHA pre
zdroj sa z textúry kurzoru budú miešať textely na základe ich alpha hodnoty.
Čím väčšia alpha hodnota, tým väčšie percento sa zachová z pôvodného textelu.
Preto tie, ktoré majú nulovú alpha hodnotu budú ignorované. Z obrázka je
jasné, že sú to všetky bledozelené. Ešte nám ostáva vyriešiť otázku cieľa.
Kurzor už máme, teraz treba zabezpečiť, aby bola jeho transparentná časť
vyplnená pozadím - tedy cieľom. Nastáva opačný prípad: všetko pod kurzorom
musí mať alpha hodnotu rovnú nule, aby sa obrázok kurzoru už s ničím iným
nemiešal a okolie kurzoru (jeho transparentná časť) musí mať alpha = 1, aby sa
zachovali všetky pixle z cieľa. Preto pre cieľ nastavíme faktor
D3DBLEND_INVSRCALPHA. Invertovaný alpha kanál zo zdroja bude použitý pre cieľ.


SinglePass texturing

SinglePass texturing je lepší a rýchlejší spôsob, ako zmiešať textúry ako
MultiPass texturing, pretože objekt je vyrenderovaný iba raz. Má to ale jeden
háčik: musí byť podporovaný hardvérom. V tom by som už v dnešnej dobe nevidel
veľký problém, pretože multitexturing, ako sa zvykne niekedy chybne označovať
SinglePass texturing, je


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www.zorrapredictions.com/chinese/Monkey/week_monkey.htm




• THE MONKEY
The Years of the Monkey
1908 1920 1932 1944 1956 1968 1980 1992 2004

www.graman.net/snake/monkey.htm
www.merechina.com/editorscorner/essay.asp?PageID=558
www.holymtn.com/astrology/year.htm
Monkey Personality:

Asian folks adore Monkey. The famous Buddhist novel JOURNEY TO THE WEST (also
translated as THE MONKEY KING), tells of a magical Monkey who assisted a holy
monk on a pilgrimage westward. This story is so popular in China it has been
included as one of the four BOOKS OF WONDER in Chinese literature. The story
reveals the typical positive and negative characteristics of a Monkey
individual.

One special magical Monkey, Sun Wukong, was born from a stone. He was born
with supernatural abilities and soon was crowned king of the Monkeys. This
magical Monkey was smart but overconfident of his tricks. He was so fearless
and arrogant that he even challenged Buddha. He bet that Buddha would never be
able to catch him. Sun Wukong jumped on a cloud and traveled to a place
thousands of miles away. When he came upon a five-peaked mountain, he took a
rest. While he happily congratulated himself for outsmarting Buddha, the five
mountain peaks suddenly turned into Buddha's five fingers.

To teach this wild, magical Monkey humbleness and selflessness, Buddha
requested that Monkey accompany a monk to India to bring the Buddhist sutras
(teachings) back to western China. During the journey west, the magical Monkey
experienced many adventures, including his fearless battle against the evil
bull king, ruler of the underworld, who tried to stop the monk. Due to the
events of this journey, the magical Monkey learned to turn his quick wit into
wisdom and his rebellious character into leadership skills and courage.

Fabulous Monkey is unlike any other animal of the Taoist zodiac, a fearless
hero who is much loved and celebrated. Countless Taoist folk tales recall this
clever trickster's abilities, and crafty Monkey even found a way into great
religious literature. The Ramayana, a Hindu epic, tells of the brave Monkey
hero Hanuman, a devotee of Rama (an incarnation of the god Vishnu), whom he
fearlessly served in battle. Hanuman is honored all over Asia - in China,
southeast Asia, Indonesia, and Thailand.

The year of the Monkey is a time of courage, action, anarchy, and true
devotion to even the wildest of schemes. Success can be attained in business,
politics, and real estate. Everyone wants to work the shrewdest angle, get the
best deal, and win big. Now is the time to start new endeavors, for they are
destined to succeed under Monkey's influence. But woe be to the dull or slow
witted: Monkey will steal all the peanuts and leave nothing but empty shells.





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Harpo är den okontrollerbara libidon
Chico verbaliserar det omedvetna
Groucho representerar överjaget

Fanny Söderbäck funderar över bröderna Marx identitet(er).

På Judiska Museets utställning i Stockholm,"Andy Warhol – Ten Portraits of
Jews of the Twentieth Century", visades i höstas ett porträtt av bröderna
Marx. Det är det enda i serien där en grupp människor avbildas tillsammans.
Kafka och Buber, Freud och Bernhardt står för sig själva. En rad judiska
ansikten med bakomliggande historier. Välkända öden. Men så har vi de tre
komiska bröderna. På Warhols porträtt dessutom i tredubbel uppsättning.

Kafka och Freud är otvetydiga subjekt, singulära enheter i en västerländsk
modernitet. Bland bröderna däremot råder splittring. Här ställs frågan om
porträttet på sin spets. För vilken Harpo är den "riktige"? Vilka är kopior?
Är alla kopior av en kopia? Det moderna meningsskapande subjektet tycks här ha
ersatts av ett gränslöst varande, ett subjekt i förvandling. De tycks
förkroppsliga postmodernismens idé om subjektets död.

Warhols collageliknande porträtt för tankarna till en av scenerna i bröderna
Marx film "Animal Crackers", där en gräslig oljemålning under ett av brödernas
upptåg byts ut mot en kopia. De byter och byter tillbaka, byter igen och till
slut vet varken de själva eller tittarna vilken som är originalet och vilken
som är kopian. Här aktualiseras frågan om postmodernismens avvisande av en
fast och odelbar identitet. Vilken tavla som är originalet spelar inte längre
någon roll: såväl originalet som kopian är produkter av språket. Vår identitet
blir vad vi gör den till.

Detta är varken nytt eller konstigt för den som vuxit upp i ett samhälle
präglat av modern psykologi och teorier om social konstruktion. En värld där
identiteten är utbytbar. Men det intressanta med bröderna Marx är att de var
så före sin tid. Deras mellankrigsfilmer förkroppsligar den teoretiska revolt
som skulle komma först ett knappt halvsekel senare. Filmerna pekar framåt, mot
det som är vårt nu. Mot det som Warhol var med och skapade – en konst och
kultur som ifrågasätter fixa positioner och Sanningar. Men hur ser då denna
kultur ut? Vilka är det som lever i den? Och hur skildrades den av bröderna
Marx?

Under en föreläsning, "Fyra fräcka filosofer – bröderna Marx och det
postmoderna tillståndet", i samband med utställningen brottades
litteraturprofessorn Birgitta Holm med frågor som dessa. Genom en rad små
snuttar ur filmer från mellankrigstiden visade hon först hur bröderna
representerar splittring. De motarbetar varandra, går in i och ut ur valda
roller och konstruerar ett persongalleri fullt av förfalskade attribut. Är
Harpo verkligen stum? Är Grouchos mustasch äkta eller påklistrad? Vi börjar
ana sprickor. Identitet och mening dekonstrueras.

Men samtidigt, fortsätter Birgitta Holm, börjar de i ett visst läge
rekonstruera mening. Var och en tycks förutbestämd åt sin roll och tillsammans
bildar de en enhet. Warhol skulle aldrig kunna göra ett porträtt av bara
Chico. Det vore att avbilda en halv människa. Bara tillsammans får de mening.
Tillsammans återanknyter de till modernismens fasta identitet och kan hänga
intill Freud och Buber. Holm visar hur var och en utgör en del av det
mänskliga psyket. Harpo är fullständigt impulsstyrd, på gränsen till djurisk.
Han är den okontrollerbara libidon, det undermedvetna. Groucho representerar
gruppen utåt. Han är auktoritär och utåtriktad, kritiskt granskande och
socialt begåvad. Överjaget alltså. Chicos uppgift är att tolka och ge ord åt
Harpo, verbalisera det omedvetna.

Bröderna Marx pendlar mellan total splittring och helgjuten identitet. Ett
subjekt präglat av ambivalens. Hur kan man förklara denna dubbelhet?
Ambivalensen kanske bottnar i deras judiska identitet?

I det populärkulturella Amerika uppstod luckor för judiska
huvudrollsinnehavare, behov av deras utanförskap. Genom sin annorlundahet
erövrade de scenen. Blev en del av kollektivet, men ändå inte riktigt.
Bröderna Marx både tillhör det kollektiv Warhol porträtterat och sticker av
från det. Och de gör det så att vi, det lilla kollektivet på Judiska Museet,
får oss ett gott skratt i vintermörkret.

Fanny Söderbäck är frilansskribent.


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Gdyby Zydzi w 1927 roku wiedzieli o nadchodzacej przyszlosci i dzialali
zgodnie z pozniejszymi wydarzeniami jak wygladalaby alternatywnaPrzyszlosc ?





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dzisiaj 00
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The National Leadership of the Ba’ath Party: This body assumes the role of the
supreme body of the state following the revolutionary coup by the Ba’ath party
in July 1968.


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Not only did the first edition of the book disappear from stores within a few
weeks, but the press reprinted more pertinent excerpts from it. Only one
newspaper remained silent: Trybuna Ludu, the party main organ. Its silence was
broken only in January 1968, after the purge of its editor and his deputy,
both Jewish. Leon Kasman had been the editor of Trybuna Ludu since 1957. In
the years immediately preceding his purge he was known to be critical of the
party's passivity in combatting anti-Semitism and he openly expressed his
indignation at meetings of the Central Committee's Ideological Commission.
Clearly, however, his purge was not just an expression of Gomutka's personal
vendetta. Kasman was purged along with a group of other editors of Jewish
descent who had occupied executive positions in the press. All of them lost
their jobs regardless of their stand on the Jewish question in Poland or on
the party's policy in regard to the Middle East conflict.

The anti-Zionist campaign proved to be fruitful in a rather short period of
time. Many people were skillfully attracted to it, while a number
of "Zionists" and other undesirable elements were quickly, although quietly,
eliminated from party ranks and increasingly from their jobs as well. Looking
at the first stage of the anti-Zionist campaign one thought is inescapable,
namely that it was launched at the time when Gomulka had full control of
political life in Poland. As one analyst has observed: the hypothesis that the
speech [of 19 June] was inspired by certain groups within the PUWP, which
wished to establish a convenient platform for eventual struggle against
potential political opponents, does not seem to provide a sufficient
explanation of Gomulka's motives." As has been established, his concern for
the Soviet interests as well as his determination to nip in the bud rising
liberal sentiments within the party provided strong enough incentives, while
the Middle East crisis prompted him to exploit the Jewish issue for this and
other purposes. After all, suspicion of Jews in general and Jewish
politicians, administrators, and intellectuals in particular was rather deep-
seated in high- and mid-level party ranks, and Gomulka had demonstrated his
own susceptibility to it both before and after 1956. By the end of 1967
political considerations, which went beyond dealing with anti-Soviet
sentiments among the masses and some influential social groups, came to play a
growing role in the anti-Zionist campaign.

It seems that both Gomulka and his adversaries saw important advantages in its
continuation. To Moczar, the involvement of the secret police inthe campaign
meant an opportunity to undermine Gomutka's position even though he was not
strong enough in 1967 to challenge the First Secretary's power. The fact that,
unlike in 1965, Gomutka did nothing to curb Moczar's activities was very
encouraging to the secret police chief. Other Gomulka adversaries like
Kazimierz Mijal (head of the Tirana-based Communist Party of Poland whose anti-
semitic activities were on par and often confused with those of Moczar's
followers) the neo- Natolinists (e.g., Ryszard Strzelecki and Kazimierz
Witaszewski) saw a chance to put more pressure on Gomutka, although their
power base was very limited.

Gomulka himself did not seem very concerned with the activities of his
adversaries. After all he had his own channels of communication with the
secret police, both private and through the Central Committee. Perhaps, he
also felt that his use of the Jewish issue would weaken the position of his
challengers. Moreover, matters relating to personnel were handled by his
closest associate, Zenon Kliszko. Therefore, he could direct his own attention
to other, and perhaps mqre important, political developments on the domestic
scene. The oppressive measures introduced by the Gomulka regime increased
considerably the dissatisfaction with the once proudly proclaimed "Polish way
to socialism." Intellectuals, students, and even members of managerial circles
began to criticize the return to politically motivated trials based on the old
Stalinist criminal code and on the application of unlawful means of
investigation. They voiced their opposition to increased censorship,
restrictions on foreign travel, and especially the unbearable penetration by
the secret police of all sectors of public and private life.

The trend toward liberalization in Czechoslovakia and its appeal in Poland was
another important warning signal to Polish political leaders. There was a
danger that dissent among intellectuals could spread to the lower strata. The
masses, although they cared little about political freedoms, were aware of
economic injustices. Particularly upsetting to them were the recent 16.7 per
cent increase of meat prices, food shortages, the doubling of public
transportation fares, and restrictions imposed on the activities of the
Catholic Church. Although the anti-Zionist campaign provided a convenient way
to neutralize these moods, propaganda was only of limited value. Therefore,
the party leadership prepared itself for more decisive action.

In August, a special secret team for the "verification of people in executive
positions" was established by the Central Committee.It was headed by two
hardliners: Strzelecki, a Politburo member and an old friend of Gomulka's and
Witaszewski, the director of the Central Committee's Department for
Administrative Affairs. The aim of the team's activity was to prepare a roster
of remaining "Zionists" and "revisionists," who were later to be expelled from
the party and removed from their positions. This task was to be fulfilled
through close cooperation with the secret police. The fact that both
Strzelecki and Witaszewski were responsible for security matters - the former
in the Politburo and the latter in the Central Committee - meant that the
secret police would play a decisive role in crushing real and imagined
opposition. But the party leadership intended to supervise this action. And on
22 December, at a . plenary meeting of the Warsaw Party Committee, Kllszko
spoke about the new guidelines for personnel policy: "The party holds in high
esteem past achievements of individuals, but the current evaluation of people
must be above all based on their present attitudes."

Subsequent events strongly suggest that a decision was made at the top of the
Party to carry out the planned action against undesirable elements on two
fronts. The establishment of the secret team by the Central Committee was
followed by the appearance of similar teams in almost every institution,
organization, and enterprise in Poland. The secret police, in the meantime,
prepared to attack those circles where ferment was the strongest: the
intellectuals and the students. This surprise assault was justified by putting
forward charges of tendentious activity by anti-Polish and anti-socialist
forces. The practical meaning of these moves was revealed only a couple of
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On 19 July, speaking to the graduating class at the Military Academy of
Technology, he made it clear that sympathy with Israel meant support for
imperialism, while an anti-Israeli stand indicated support of socialism. To
raise the morale of the future commanders he added: "our excellent combat
equipment is superior in every way to that of the imperialists if it is
serviced by highly qualified and loyal people." The next day, at the
graduation ceremony at the General Staff Academy, he spelled out the feelings
of the party leadership about the pro-Israeli mood in the country in general
and in the military in particular. He reminded his audience about Gomulka's
strong speech in June and warned that "in connection with the Israeli
aggression in the Middle East... there was an imperialist attempt with regard
to the socialist countries to undermine confidence in our defense capabilities
and in the very foundations of our state and our political system." He also
emphasized that "the pro-Israeli position represents a pro-imperialist
attitude disguised by nationalism; therefore it is anti-socialist and anti-
national." He warned that "such attitudes can never be tolerated" and added:


the party's position, clearly explained by the First Secretary... calls for a
decisive struggle against anti-party and anti-socialist attitudes. This
concerns the attitude represented by Zionist nationalism, but also nationalism
and fascism of all shades for they play into the hands of Zionism. Any
political evaluation from a standpoint other than that of the class and the
party benefits the enemies of Poland, imperialism, and Hitler's epigones from
Bonn.
Spychalski did not succeed in his efforts. Only the subsequent purge in late
July of top- ranking air force officers brought an end to open criticism in
the military. Although this move was aimed at removing inconvenient non-Jewish
senior officers, it was accompanied by a summary dismissal of nearly all
Jewish officers from this and other branches regardless of their role in the
dissent. This enabled the authorities to present the purge as an action
against a Zionist lobby in the Polish armed forces.

On both domestic and international levels, news about the purge was spread by
the secret police with the knowledge and approval of the party leadership. The
Disinformation Bureau of the Ministry of the Interior reportedly prepared a
letter from the Polish party leadership to foreign communist leaders on the
Zionist conspiracy in the Polish military. The letter mentioned a plot in the
air force by Jewish generals Czestaw Mankiewicz, Dabkowski, Stamieszkin (or
Staniszkis), and Ignacy Blum. One such letter, which reached Czechoslovakian
party leaders, reported that "when the [Israeli-Arab] war broke out, a really
high-ranking group of Polish officers of Jewish origin started an active pro-
Israel lobby in opposition to the official Soviet (and Polish) pro- Nasser
stand.... For some time past these top Polish officers had been quietly
siphoning off government funds and smuggling the money out to Israel."

The party leadership watched very closely the course of the anti-Zionist
campaign. A few months after it had been launched, provincial party committees
were asked to evaluate the results achieved so far. A plenary meeting of the
Warsaw Party Committee was addressed by its propaganda secretary, Jozef Kepa.
He maintained that in Warsaw participants in anti-Zionist meetings and rallies
had expressed their support for the party line. But he also mentioned that the
campaign had revealed differences of opinion within the party ranks. Following
Gomulka, Kepa blamed Polish Zionists for fostering the dissent, and he made it
clear that the term Zionist was just a convenient euphemism for a Jew.

As soon became known, differences of opinion were not confined to the Middle
East situation. Many doubts were created by the practice of excluding from the
party all those who had failed to manifest unlimited support for the policy
announced by Gomulka on 19 June. But what perhaps bothered party leaders more
was the apprehension of some party functionaries that the campaign's anti-
semitic tone was leading to growing manifestations of rampant anti-Semitism
and was causing genocidal attitudes to surface at numerous meetings and
rallies. These people felt that it would be very difficult later on to curb
the dark forces, so thoughtlessly unleashed at the time. Among the people
sharing these fears was a young protege of Gomulka, Stanislaw Kociolek, who
headed the Warsaw Party Committee. At the above meeting, he presented a
somewhat different view of the Middle Eastern situation and its implications
for the domestic scene:


People's Poland has always recognized and still recognizes Israel's right to
existence. Therefore, we have never sympathized with reactionary Arab
nationalism, proclaiming a slogan of annihilating Israel.... Respecting the
right for family, cultural and national solidarity, we have the right to
demand a citizen's concern for the affairs of People's Poland, for the
interests of peace and progress. At the same time ... we reject and condemn
all those manifestations in which true anti-Semitism may come out.
Three months later Kociolek paid for his own interpretation of Gomulka's
policy. He was transferred to the Gdansk Provincial Party Committee. Kepa, who
in his speech had warned critics of the party policy that the party would not
remain indifferent to those who did not support the campaign, replaced him.

In the meantime, the propaganda machine made every effort to increase its
efficiency. Each day the public received a new portion of commentaries,
articles, and broadcasts to digest. Authors delved deeper and deeper into what
was described as historical sources and outdid each other in distorting and
falsifying facts and documents as well as in hurling charges against Israel
and Zionists. The National Minorities Department of the secret police was of
invaluable service to these writers in that it not only satisfied their
demands but often "anticipated" the media's requests for the proper type of
materials. This favorable climate prompted the ambitious and then unknown head
of the Minorities Department, Tadeusz Walichnowski, to push for the
publication of his recently completed doctoral dissertation on relations
between Israel and West Germany. Reportedly, the Central Committee's
Propaganda and Agitation Department urged Stanistaw Wronski, president of the
party publishing house Ksiazka i Wiedza and also a Central Committee member,
to publish the manuscript in the shortest time possible. In October, two
months after being submitted to the publisher, Izrael a NRF (Israel and FRG)
made its appearance in bookstores accompanied by an unusually loud advertising
campaign. Almost all newspapers and magazines, as if touched by a magic wand,
produced raving reviews, all written according to the same pattern. All
reviewers seemed to be concerned with emphasizing the author's main thesis
that the Jews were either actual or potential traitors. None of them mentioned
the professional affiliation of Walichnowski or his more than scholarly
interest in Zionist affairs. Neither did anybody point to the fact that he had
written the "historical" part of Gomulka's June anti-Zionist speech.

Not only did the first edition of the book disappear from stores within a few
weeks, but the press reprinted more pertinent excerpts from it. Only one
newspaper remained silent: Trybuna Ludu, the party main organ. Its silence was
broken only in January 1968, after the purge of its editor and his deputy,
both Jewish. Leon Kasman had been the editor of Trybuna Ludu since 1957. In
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Apparently, Strzelecki was the only one who defended the idea of exploiting
the Zionist issue. Subsequent events have demonstrated that Gomulka and
several other Politburo members were not in total disagreement with him.
Gomulka's speech of 19 June gave an official stamp to the anti-Zionist
campaign that followed. A wave of meetings and rallies was directed now not
just against Israel and Zionism, but more and more against "home Zionists" as
well. As a result of increased activities by the Ministry of the Interior and
party lecturers, a feeling of hostility toward Jews began to spread among the
masses. The National Minorities Department sent incriminating materials to the
media as well as to numerous institutions, organizations, and industrial
enterprises, while the Ministry's printing press reportedly unofficially
published and distributed copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

It did not take long before the main thrust of the anti-Zionist campaign was
fully understood even by low-level activists. At a rally in the "Warszawa"
Foundry (in Warsaw) for example, one of the local speakers said openly: "I
don't know what Zionism is and I don't want to know. But I do know that
wherever you look you find lots of Jews, even in the government. Let them go
to their Dayan! They've eaten our bread long enough!" He was thanked with loud
and long applause. In some places, however, the anti-Zionist activists went
beyond rhetoric. At the Kasprzak Radio Works, one of the largest Warsaw
enterprises, they brought about the dismissal of Jewish supervisors.

There is no doubt that Gomulka was aware of the advantages that the anti-
Zionist campaign could give especially to Moczar, who was in charge of the
secret police. Therefore, he made sure that it was the party apparatus that
was primarily responsible for the course of the campaign. Among the first
actions taken in this direction was the verification of party cadres.
Verification, or exchange of party cards, was a standard procedure carried out
before party congresses with the aim of eliminating undesirable elements from
party ranks. Since the Fifth Party Congress was scheduled for the end of 1968,
there was nothing out of the ordinary in verification as such. On 10 June, it
was officially announced that the Central Committee Secretariat had scheduled
the verification for the period between 1 November and 31 December 1967. This
time however, it was to be preceded. by a rather unusual campaign. On 14 June,
Stanislaw Koclolek, head of the Warsaw Party Committee, met with the members
of the Committee, executive boards of district party committees, and heads of
Warsaw party organizations. He discussed the new tasks of party organizations
and members in view of recent developments in the Middle East as well as the
domestic implications of the decisions made at a the Eighth Plenary Meeting of
the Central Committee in May with regard to strengthening the struggle on the
ideological front and against foreign subversion in Poland. He announced that
soon all Warsaw party organizations would be required to hold meetings to
discuss these matters with their members.

The new decisions by the party leadership led to a special interviewing
campaign in the course of which "6 to 10 per cent of the party members were
interviewed by special boards at the district level on their ideological,
moral, and political attitudes." In Warsaw, where the party's ideological work
was frequently criticized in strong terms by Gomulka, the percentage
interviewed was much higher: 70 to 80 per cent. Trybuna Ludu euphemistically
noted that the special boards asked the party members about the international
situation and their attitude toward it. It did not reveal, however, that in
the case of comrades of Jewish descent, or Poles who openly sympathized with
Israel or were suspected of such sympathies, the discussion was limited to the
Middle East conflict. Those interviewed had to define precisely their stand,
and sometimes also answer charges of organizing parties to commemorate the
Israeli victory or of making pro-Israeli statements.

Everyone who wanted to remain in the party and retain his job knew how to
answer these questions and what kind of declarations to make. In practice,
however, those who had been charged on the basis of detrimental material
received from the secret police or in reports by party functionaries had no
guarantee that the special boards would believe their denials. The campaign
was considered so important that party functionaries rarely bothered to check
the evidence. Some of them might have been discouraged by high officials who
liked to use Stalin's favorite saying: "Where wood is chopped, chips fly."
Thus, in many cases the "unmasked" Zionists were simply charged by the boards
with hiding their true feelings as well as their Jewish nationality. The most
common verdict was expulsion from the party, often followed by dismissal from
a job at a later date.

Unjust accusations and verdicts caused many human tragedies. There were
instances of "unmasked" Zionists committing suicide. Among these were
survivors of the Nazi labor camps and the German occupation of Poland who had
succeeded in hiding their Jewish descent as well as those decent and brave
Poles who had risked their lives to save Jewish victims of the Nazi terror.
Some of those unjustly expelled from the party appealed to the Party Control
Commissions for reconsideration of their cases. Few were restored to the
party, however. Gomulka's Jewish wife reportedly did nothing to improve the
situation at the meetings of the review boards in which she participated.
There were, of course, instances when Jews bluntly rejected the new party line
and were ready to take responsibility for their actions, but these were few in
number.

It should be emphasized, though, that throughout the campaign none of the Jews
were officially expelled from the party for being Jew ish. They were usually
accused of being Zionists, and at many party meetings attempts were made to
prove their links with Zionism.

Although the anti-Zionist campaign won many supporters, the fact remained that
Soviet strategy in the Middle East suffered a disastrous defeat. The June
summit was not enough to calm down the military, especially in Poland.
Discussions among officers and servicemen about the course of the Six-Day War
were vivid, and often carried out in public transportation, despite continuous
pressure from the political leadership to stop talk about this unpleasant
military setback. What bothered Polish leaders the most was that the
discussions revealed deep dissatisfaction not just with the conduct of the
Middle East operation, but with the strategic conceptions of the Warsaw Pact
as well.

Gomulka had good reason to believe that this dissenting mood would not only
pose serious problems for the conduct of the anti-Zionist campaign, but
equally, if not more important, it would cause a strong reaction from the
Kremlin. After all, several Soviet generals were at the time still occupying
top positions in the Polish armed forces. Therefore, Marshal Marian
Spychalski, Defence Minister and one of Gomulka's closest associates, was
entrusted with the task of bringing order to the military. His job was a
difficult one considering his scant popularity and Semitic appearance. He had
to deal with both valid professional criticisms and dirty personal attacks
directed against him (indirectly at Gomulka, who was accused of harboring Jews
in his entourage), possibly by some Moczar followers.

On 19 July, speaking to the graduating class at the Military Academy of
Technology, he made it clear that sympathy with Israel meant support for
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Gomulka stressed the following points: the Israeli-Arab war served the
interests of imperialist powers and the Israeli aggression aimed at destroying
progressive political systems in the Arab countries; Israel had close
relations with Poland's greatest enemy, West Germany, Israel was threatening
world peace; the entire nation, with the exception of Zionist elements,
supported the anti-Israeli stand of the Polish government; and since Zionism
was most active among citizens of Jewish descent, special attention was to be
paid to so-called Zionist circles. He demanded that the secretaries organize
anti-Israeli and anti-Zionist rallies and meetings in every enterprise and
institution.

A wave of rallies began to sweep the country and the media repeatedly
emphasized the points outlined by Gomulka. Trybuna Ludu already on 11 June
insisted that "West Germany encouraged and is still inciting Israel to take
decisive action against the Arab states," while a very popular daily Zycie
Warszawy, on 13 June noted that Israel had received military supplies from
West Germany and thus "along with military equipment, the venom of a strictly
defined ideology must have been exported to Israel." Two days later a new
column entitled "Polish People Support the Government's Stand on Israeli
Aggression," which contained reports from rallies and meetings all over
Poland, appeared in Trybuna Ludu. The anti-Zionist campaign had begun.

Rally speakers and media commentators vied with each other in attacking Israel
and Zionists. The Israelis were accused of following the Nazis and of
murdering innocent people in order to conquer the world. The propaganda was
violent and the people were disoriented as was later admitted even by party
officials. Although most of them heard about Israel, they could not fathom the
reason for the unprecedented campaign against the state with which not so long
ago Poland had had quite cordial relations. To the masses, the stories about
Zionism were not convincing enough, mainly because there had been no Zionist
organizations or institutions of any kind in Poland since 1948. Rally speakers
and party lecturers had to go to considerable trouble to explain the meaning
of Zionism and its danger to the Polish nation. They themselves, in fact, were
not used to this kind of campaign, for Zionism constituted a rather new, or at
least a not very well-defined term in party propaganda.

The divergences of opinion and the difficulties met by the anti-Zionist
propaganda even in party circles were apparently of great concern to the
political leadership. Gomulka found it necessary to clarify the issue publicly
as soon as possible. An opportunity came at the Sixth Trade Union Congress
which was scheduled to open on 19 June. The most important matter to be
discussed at the congress was the newly proposed legislation on retirement and
pensions. This issue was of great importance, for it was to affect some two
million people whose pensions were the lowest in the Soviet bloc and
insufficient to cover basic expenses. The new legislation was far from-
satisfactory, but it at least called for a considerable increase in retirement
benefits. The party leadership spared no effort to make the. new proposal seem
like a great boon to the working class. Therefore, a decision had been made
that Gomulka himself would make it public at the Trade Union Congress.

The congress opened on schedule with great fanfare and with all top party and
government officials present. Gomulka's address, however, was not exactly what
those present had expected. He focussed on the party's anti-Israeli stand and
on the dangers of Zionism. The party chief tried to prove his point by
distorting facts and threatening people who thought differently. Passing to
Poland's internal affairs, Gomulka announced that:


Since the Israeli aggression on the Arab countries was met with applause in
Zionist circles of Jews - Polish citizens, I wish to announce the following:
we have made no difficulties for Polish citizens of Jewish descent when they
wished to move to Israel. We maintain that every Polish citizen should have
only one fatherland: People's Poland. This view is supported by the
overwhelming majority of Polish citizens of Jewish descent, who faithfully
serve our country. The state authorities treat all citizens the same
irrespective of their nationality. Every citizen of our country has the same
rights, but also the same responsibilities toward People's Poland. But we
cannot remain indifferent toward people, who in the face of a threat to world
peace, and thus also to the security of Poland and the peaceful work of our
nation, come out in favor of the aggressor, the wreckers of peace, and
imperialism. Let those who feel these words are addressed to them,
irrespective of their nationality, draw the proper conclusions. We do not want
a fifth Column to be created in our country.
The balance of Gomulka's address was striking and significant. Seventy five
per cent of his speech was devoted to Israel and Zionism. Comments on the
economic situation in Poland, new tasks for the trade unions, and on new
financial benefits were squeezed together at the end. It is possible that in
addition to his initial goal Gomulka wanted to divert the attention of the
masses from their miserable everyday life and the obvious tokenism of the new
financial and economic reforms.

Although the Trade Union Congress presented itself as a convenient forum for
Gomulka - it was attended by delegates from all over the country - his
situation was not an easy one. It appears that while Ryszard Strzelecki,
Politburo member and Central Committee Secretary for organizational and
security matters, pressed for using the Middle East crisis as an opportunity
to solve the Jewish question openly and quickly, other Politburo members
namely Edward Ochab, Adam Rapacki (Foreign Minister), Stefan Jedrychowski
(chief economic advisor), Eugeniusz Szyr (Deputy Premier), and even the very
agreeable Jozef Cyrankiewicz (Premier) - opposed linking the anti-Zionist
campaign with domestic affairs. Considering the fact that Franciszek Waniolka
was the most apolitical among the party leaders and thus tried to preserve his
neutrality, Gomulka was leading on this particular issue by a very narrow and
shaky margin. He found an easy wayout, however. Rapacki and Cyrankiewicz were
sent to New York as participants in theExtraordinary Session of the United
Nations' General Assembly. In addition to that he decided to keep the
Politburo in the dark about his speech on 19 June. Thus, the content of his
address was a surprise even to the party leaders (or at least some of them).
Reportedly, it was such a big shock to Ochab and Szyr that they immediately
demanded that the passage about the Jewish fifth column in Poland and other
anti-Semitic remarks be edited from the official version of the speech.

Later, a heated debate took place at a Politburo meeting in July when
Cyrankiewicz and Rapacki returned from New York. Joined by Ochab and
Jedrychowski, they threatened Gomulka with their resignations. The party chief
did not back down, however. He argued that his speech did not introduce a new
course in domestic policy, and that it was a direct response to anti-Soviet
sentiments among the masses, especially in Jewish circles and in the army,
which had to be dealt with quickly in view of strong criticism from Moscow.
The Politburo reportedly decided that there would be no further public
discussion of the Jewish issue, while efforts would be made to neutralize the
effects of Gomulka's speech. Apparently, Strzelecki was the only one who
defended the idea of exploiting the Zionist issue. Subsequent events have
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As expected, this statement was an almost exact copy of earlier declarations
made by the Soviet government and other member's of the Warsaw Pact.

On 9 June, a summit meeting of East European leaders took place in Moscow. The
official communiqu‚ issued at the end and signed by all participants, except
the Romanians, contained a sharp condemnation of and a warning to Israel. As
one authority explained, the Soviet leaders favored a "diplomatic
manifestation to give some satisfaction to Nasser and to calm down temporarily
the Black Hundreds-type elements considerably activated in the USSR at the
time." Internationally, this attitude enabled Tito to support the other
communist leaders, while Romania could abstain from following Moscow without
seriously disturbing the solidarity, of the Warsaw Pact. Following the summit
meeting, the signatories of the final declaration broke off diplomatic
relations with Israel. The Soviet Union took the lead by announcing its
decision on 10 June. Poland followed two days later.

The Polish government's policy toward Israel was not surprising; yet it was
received by the population with mixed feelings. The sudden outbreak of war
terrified many Polish citizens. The determination of the Soviet leaders
to "punish" the Israelis, who lived so far from the Soviet borders and whose
number was so small, made the Polish people sympathetic toward the Jews. The
brave stand of the Israelis, who according to reports in the Polish media had
no chance in a conflict with the Arabs, symbolized to many Poles not only a
strong determination to struggle for survival, but also - equally important,
if not more so - successful resistance against Soviet pressure. Moreover, as
one analyst pointed out, "the Israeli position was frequently pictured as
similar to the historical Polish role as conceived by the romantic traditions
of the country, that is, as a bastion of Western culture, an enclave of
civilization among hostile and backward forces."

On 6 June, at a mass in Warsaw, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski appealed to a crowd
of believers to pray for the fighting Israelis, whose nation had been
condemned to death many times in the past despite the fact that it had a right
to an independent existence. His stand on the Middle East conflict became very
popular among the Polish people, 98 per cent of whom are Roman Catholics. But
as on so many other occasions in the past, this attitude had strong political
connotations. The masses also supported a powerful organization, which,
according to a leading Polish communist sociologist, was "a perpetually
competitive ideological force juxtaposed to the Party and the State." Some
people did more than just pray. The Israeli embassy in Warsaw reportedly
received many greetings, telephone calls, flowers., and visits from Polish
citizens (not necessarily of Jewish descent) who were impressed by the Israeli
victories. On many occasions a popular saying could be heard: "Bravo, our
little Jews!" Another difference of opinion between the public and the state
was seen at the meeting of the Sejm Foreign Affairs Committee on 10 June when
one of the Znak (independent Catholic parliamentary group) deputies spoke in
favor of Israel and suggested a more flexible policy toward it.

The Jewish community in Poland was horrified by the war and its repercussions
on the domestic scene. Jews were torn between their long-time loyalty to the
communist regime and great uneasiness resulting from the government's violent
anti-Israeli propaganda with its racist overtones. This led to several
isolated incidents, which were later interpreted by the authorities as
examples of subversive Zionist activity carried out by Polish Jews. Thus, on
the day of Cardinal Wyszynski's speech, a small group of people, mostly Jews,
gathered at the 'Babel' Youth Club of the Jewish Association to listen to a
guest speaker, Mieczystaw F. Rakowski, PUWP Central Committee member and
editor of the weekly Polityka. The scheduled topic was the situation in the
international communist movement, but in view of developments in the Middle
East the guest agreed to comment on them instead.

Rakowski tried to be objective and at the same time to follow the party line.
He presented Israel as the aggressor, but did not link the conflict
with "Zionist expansionism" or with the Polish Jews. Yet many, in the audience
were dissatisfied with his presentation and the following discussion led to an
emotional confrontation. Rakowski was asked to explain the reasons for the
factual distortions in press reports about the Middle East conflict as well as
for the virulent anti-Israeli propaganda. One discussant likened the reports
in the media with the anti-Semitic articles that had appeared in the notorious
Voelkischer Beobachter. 'The discussion did not satisfy anybody and the
meeting ended on a sour note. Two days later the eloquent discussant was fired
from his job in the Jewish paper, Folks-Sztyme, on the order of the Central
Committee's Press Bureau.

Israeli victories, even before they were acknowledged in the media, brought
some relief to most Jews in Poland. Many did not hide their happiness,
although they were understandably restrained in demonstrating it. Some,
however, visited or called the Israeli embassy to offer personal
congratulations and flowers, and there is one known case of a Jew sending a
letter of appreciation to Cardinal Wyszynski.

The pro-Israeli sympathies in Poland were known to the authorities.
Reportedly, even the Soviet leaders were aware of them and this issue was
mentioned during the summit meeting in Moscow. Thus, in the case of Gomulka,
the signing of the anti-Israeli declaration was not just the usual bow in the
Kremlin's direction. An anti-Zionist campaign in Poland was meant to have
serious domestic implications. Gomulka was obviously concerned about the anti-
Soviet overtones permeating pro-Israeli sympathies in Poland. But he also must
have seen other very important political advantages, namely an opportunity to
deal openly and decisively with the Jewish problem which could bring him even
greater control over the party leadership. On the one hand, establishing a
connection between Israel, Germany, Jews, and Zionists would help in disarming
his critics in and outside of the party (anti-German feelings were still
strong among the masses and skillful anti-Zionist propaganda could revive anti-
Jewish sentiments); and on the other hand, the same action would weaken the
appeal of pseudo-nationalist, neo-Natolinist, and nationalist factions and
groups which for years had demanded decisive moves against Jews occupying
responsible positions in the party, government, and other institutions. The
subsequent developments in the Soviet bloc clearly demonstrate that the
situation in Poland was unique and that her leaders were determined to go much
further in the anti-Zionist drive.

On his return from Moscow, Gomulka called a meeting on 12 June of the
provincial party secretaries and Central Committee department heads. Its aim
was to make anti-Israeli, and particularly anti-Zionist, propaganda accessible
to every person in Poland and to isolate completely all those who manifested
pro-Israeli sympathies. The former task concerned primarily the media, while
the latter was the responsibility of the party functionaries. Gomulka made it
clear that the anti-Zionist campaign would not be launched just to manifest
Poland's peaceful intentions as it was the case with the propaganda campaign
against the war in Indochina. It would have serious domestic repercussions as
well. Gomulka stressed the following points: the Israeli-Arab war served the
interests of imperialist powers and the Israeli aggression aimed at destroying
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INTERMARIUM
Volume 1, Number 3

The Anti-Zionist Campaign in Poland, June - December 1967
by Wlodzimierz Rozenbaum
This is a revised and abbreviated version of a paper presented at the National
Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
in Atlanta, Ga., 8-11 October 1975.
The anti-Zionist campaign of 1967-68 has received considerable attention from
journalists, who readily picked up the themes of traditional Polish anti-
Semitism, the power struggle between General Mieczyslaw Moczar and Wladyslaw
Gomulka, and of continuous conflict between the 'Natives' and
the "Muscovites." In most accounts the anti-Zionist campaign is rather vaguely
linked with the student demonstrations. Few observers noted that the post-
March 1968, anti- Zionist drive was the final stage in a well-prepared action
which had been officially launched by Gomulka in June 1967. One may find
consolation in the fact that several scholars and analysts went beyond
offering brief and therefore superficial analyses and presented detailed and
logical descriptions of the events. But even they limited themselves. to
reporting the implications of the anti-Zionist campaign and student
demonstrations for the power struggle within the leadership of the Polish
United Workers Part (PUWP).
Today it is much easier to look at the events of 1967-68, for they started a
chain reaction leading to significant political, and also social changes in
Poland. There is no doubt that to understand fully the "March events" one has
to be aware of important decisions taken by the Gomulka regime in respect to
national minorities in general and the Jewish population in particular since
the late 1950's. These include the removal of the national minorities from the
jurisdiction of the Premier and putting them under the supervision of the
Interior Ministry (in political, social, and administrative matters); the
transfer of the Ministry's National Minorities Branch from the Social and
Administrative Affairs Department to the Second Department (counter-
intelligence); the preparation of a full card index for all Polish Jews; and
the appointment of Tadeusz Walichnowsk , an "anti-Zionist expert," as the head
of the National Minorities Branch, which as a result of its narrowly focused
activities was popularly called the Jewish Branch. After these preparations,
the Politburo decided in 1965 to "solve" the Jewish problem by 1970. This
meant the gradual and systematic purge of Jews from all executive positions
and from jobs requiring "allegiance to the Polish state and nation" (afirmacja
narodowa).

Although the policy of the Gomulka regime toward the Jewish minority was
basically a continuation of actions taken by the Stalinist leadership of the
late 1940's and early 1950's, it was also a symptom of a more fundamental
change within the Polish ruling e1ite. As a noted authority observed: "In a
curious way, [the] emerging new Polish communist e1ite resembles the pre-World
War II extreme right-wing groups in Poland more than it resembles either its
Comintern-reared Stalinist predecessors or the earlier, internationalist
founders of the Polish Communist Party." He supported this observation with
the following explanation:


The program of the prewar rightists had typically included advocacy of a close
alliance with Russia against Germany, the desirability of a homogeneous Polish
state (and not one containing many minorities), a certain dose of. anti-
Semitism for mass consumption, violent emphasis on nationalism, and contempt
for liberalism. Quite striking, and characteristic of the general decay of
Marxism-Leninism, is the fact that many of the surviving prewar neofascist
youth activists are now to be found among the most outspoken enthusiasts of
the new Polish 'communist' state - for the first time in centuries nationally
homogeneous, allied with Russia against Germany, domestically authoritarian,
and increasingly nationalist.
This insightful comment was borne out by the rise of Moczar, the loudest
exponent of the nationalist mood within the PUWP. As one authority on this
subject pointed out, at a time when the Polish October could no longer be used
as a facade for the steady and consistent betrayal of the democratization
slogans, Moczar and his followers became useful as "national policemen."
Gomulka, in fact, launched and supported the pseudo-nationalism of Moczar and
the nationalists outside the party as well as of the veterans organization,
Zwiazek Bojownikow o Wolnosc iDemokracje (led by Moczar), for his aim was "to
subjugate real patriotic feelings and steer them into the Party's own
channel." Moczar in turn, tried to act within the limits imposed on him and at
the same time to satisfy his increasing political ambitions.

The Six-Day War in the Middle East started at the right time in view of the
domestic developments in Poland. It provided Gomulka with an opportunity 'to
kill several birds with one stone': he could use an "anti-Zionist" policy to
undercut the appeal of the liberal wing of the PUWP; he could bring forward
the Jewish issue to weaken the support for the nationalist faction and make
his own position even stronger; he could through this policy participate in a
larger effort by the Warsaw Pact countries; and the Jewish question could be
solved once and for all. To Gomulka's nationalist challengers, the war in the
Middle East and its international and domestic implications provided - what
seemed at the time - a very tempting opportunity to test his strength and to
build a meaningful power base for the future. In other words, the background
of the anti- Zionist campaign in Poland was very complex and all of its
elements have to be taken into account when the subsequent events are
discussed. Only then can one see a certain pattern as well as interconnections
in the events that followed.

The extensive reportage in the Polish press of events preceding the Six-Day
War left no doubt that the communist bloc was deeply involved in the Middle
East in general, and on the Arab side in particular. Although friendship with
the Arab countries had never before been publicized, Polish leaders decided to
present their official stand on the conflict and to define their friends and
enemies in the Middle East. On 2 June 1967 Trybuna Ludu, the main organ of the
PUWP, published a lengthy comment about an exchange of letters between Gamal
Abdal Nasser and Edward Ochab, Polish head of state at the time. It contained
the following points: "Poland supports the policy of the UAR and other Arab
countries directed against imperialism and neocolonialism;" the conflict
between the Israeli and Arab states was of an ideological nature: capitalism
versus socialism; the Arab countries would be victorious in the conflict; and
the conflict would be resolved by political means.

This confidence in the strength of the Arab countries and in the support given
to them by the communist bloc was soon seriously undermined. The outbreak of
the war was a shock to the Polish leaders; indeed, the Israeli note on the
starting of the war sent to the Polish Premier on 5 June waited two days for
an answer. On 7 June, the Polish government issued a declaration giving "full
support to the just struggle of the United Arab Republic and other Arab states
against aggression, in defense of the integrity of their territory and their
sovereign rights." It also gave further assurances that "the government of the
Polish People's Republic will do everything possible within its means to
participate with other friendly nations and with all forces of peace and
independence in ending the Israeli aggression." As expected, this statement
was an almost exact copy of earlier declarations made by the Soviet government
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1999-04-15



Förordet förleder till otillräcklig uppgörelse
I dag utkommer "Kommunismens svarta bok" på svenska. Det borde vara en dag
fylld av tillfredsställelse. Stéphane Courtois och hans medförfattare har
ställt samman en lika rik som skräckinjagande dokumentation av kommunismens
brott i många länder och på flera kontinenter. Arkadij Waxberg recenserade och
prisade under strecket det franska originalet (22/2 1998). Svante Nordin
kommenterade och hyllade den tyska översättningen (3/7 1998).
Utgivningen av "Kommunismens svarta bok" har vållat debatt i såväl Frankrike
som Tyskland. Den hetaste frågan har varit Courtois jämförelse mellan
nazismens och kommunismens folkmord. Att grupper på den yttersta vänsterkanten
också i Sverige vill anlägga moteld är uppenbart och föga förvånande.
Veckotidningen Internationalen ger i dagarna ut en antologi som heter "Lenin:
Massmördare?". Det är en produkt helt jämförbar med dem som produceras av
förnekare av Förintelsen. En historiker verksam vid Södertörns högskola, Håkan
Blomqvist, menar att Lenins verksamhet var oklanderlig eftersom terror blir
oundviklig i oroliga tider.
I ett avslutande bidrag samtalar Internationalens Jörgen Hassler med Jenny
Lindahl från Ung Vänster, Per-Olof Mattsson från Arbetarmakt och Fredrik
Samuelsson från Folkmakt. Då låter det exempelvis så här: "Jenny: Enligt KGB:s
nyligen öppnade arkiv avrättades 750 000. Fruktansvärt, men det är inte
historiens värsta massmord. Per-Olof: Nåt sånt, kanske en miljon. Sen omkom en
massa av svält och umbäranden, och en del berodde naturligtvis på regimen, men
hur räknar man dom? Jörgen: Enligt FN dör årligen 20 miljoner mänskor av
svält... /.../ Jenny: Vad svarar man när man anklagas för att ha mördat 20
miljoner människor? Fredrik: Kanske ska vi vägra föra debatt på dom villkoren.
Borde vi inte prata om vad vi vill uppnå i stället? Sovjetunionens fall ger
oss en möjlighet att bryta gamla låsningar, gamla konflikter och börja
diskutera något nytt."

Vad som fördystrar utgivningsdagen av "Kommunismens svarta bok" är knappast
dessa röster ur avgrunden. Dysterheten kommer sig av det förord som har lagts
till den svenska utgåvan. Albert Bonnier på Bokförlaget DN har sedan tidigare
ett rykte om sig att vara grovt omdömeslös. Denna omdömeslöshet må passera
okommenterad när det gäller sådant som marknadsföringen av skäligen oväsentlig
tabloidföda. Men den kan inte passera okommenterad när det gäller något av så
fundamental betydelse som kunskapen om kommunismens brott. Albert Bonnier har
givit Arne Ruth uppdraget att introducera "Kommunismens svarta bok" för
svenska läsare. Resultatet är ett mästerstycke av fintlighet, en text vars
uppsåt går stick i stäv med den bok i vilken den ingår.
Jag berör nu tre punkter, de mest anstötliga. För det första: Arne Ruth avtvår
den kulturradikala publicistiska tradition till vilken han själv hör all skuld
för att kommunismens brott har blivit bagatelliserade. Tvärtom nämner han Olof
Lagercrantz som ett föredöme i att sprida information. De artiklar från
Lagercrantz tid eller senare som Arne Ruth anför som viktiga i ett svenskt
sammanhang har det gemensamt att de har blivit publicerade på Dagens Nyheters
kultursida. Förklarligt nog är referenserna ganska få, ty den roll som Olof
Lagercrantz och Dagens Nyheters kulturredaktion har spelat har knappast varit
den påstådda, den av ljusets riddarvakt. Arne Ruths historieskrivning framstår
som ett hån, ja, ett avsiktligt hån mot de personer som verkligen har kämpat
för upplysning.

För det andra: Arne Ruth vidgår kommunismens brott på de punkter där det har
blivit omöjligt att inte vidgå dem men glider över till kapitalismens
oförrätter så snart ett tillfälle yppar sig. Chansen tar han när Kina förs på
tal men framför allt beträffande Kuba. Om Fidel Castro heter det att han "är
ingen ängel". Så konstaterar Arne Ruth: "Men utan en analys av USA:s
Latinamerikapolitik under det kalla kriget blir både Castros och andra
upprorsledares framtoning svår att förstå." Därefter växlar han över till ett
resonemang om folkmord i Guatemala, där "CIA, högern och jordägarna" blir
nämnda som tänkbara anstiftare. Ämnet är viktigt. Dock är sammanhanget att
föra det på tal olämpligt valt. Antologin syftar till att nagla fast
kommunismen vid dess brott, inte att relativisera dessa brott. "Verharmlosung"
kallas den ruthska strategin när det handlar om Förintelsen.
För det tredje: Arne Ruth förnekar att kommunismens och nazismens brott skulle
vara jämförbara, förnekar alltså relevansen hos den enda jämförelse som är
rimlig att göra. Han gör en distinktion mellan "utrotning som verkställs för
att uppnå ett politiskt mål" och "massmord där det inte finns något
bakomliggande syfte". Denna distinktion är ohållbar. Kommunisterna drömde om
att upprätta en socialt homogen (= med våld socialt rensad) stat. Nazisterna
drömde om att upprätta en etniskt homogen (= med våld etniskt rensad) stat. I
det ena fallet såväl som i det andra tillhör folkmordslogiken själva ideologin
och är inte resultat av någon enskild makthavares självsvåldiga agerande. Så
länge denna symmetri inte är godtagen som ett faktum är uppgörelsen med
kommunismen otillräcklig.

Arne Ruth har förtjänstfullt varnat för farorna med makt- och
ägarkoncentration på mediemarknaden. Hans eget av en koncernlogik betingade
uppdrag att skriva förordet till "Kommunismens svarta bok" framstår som en
bisarr bekräftelse på farhågorna.


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Z fraktali mandala
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Today is Wednesday 26 Thw al-Qi`dah 1423 A.H. - January 29, 2003 C.R.

207.159.134.86/cgi-bin/PrayerMinder/salat.cgi


Re: fraktale
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fraktale
_helga 29.01.03, 04:27 zarchiwizowany


poza US ukladem slonecznym jest Hitler
zupagrzybowa 29.01.03, 04:21 zarchiwizowany

pierwsza transmisja Olimpiady 1936 rozeszla sie na caly Kosmos
kula o promieniu 67 lat swietlnych i tak NAS NIE-LUDZIE WIDZA ;((


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sLuzBy SpeCjalne...
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...do zaDan wYjatKowycH..

...juz w aKcji ;)


MINISTERSTWO INFORMACJI ADMINA MICHnika
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Re: brainMATRIX
drf 29.01.03, 02:36 zarchiwizowany

Acheron

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The name of one of the five rivers (occasionally also regarded as a lake) that
flow through the realm of Hades. The name means "river of woe", and is often
metaphorically used for Hades itself. Here the shades are ferried across by
Charon. (Virgil VI, 107).


Re: linX
drf 29.01.03, 02:12 zarchiwizowany

(i) Fundamental Ideas



1. Like every sound political conception, Fascism is both practice and
thought; action in which a doctrine is immanent, and a doctrine which, arising
out of a given system of historical forces, remains embedded in them and works
there from within. . . . There is no concept of the State which is not
fundamentally a concept of life; philosophy or intuition, a system of ideas
which develops logically or is gathered up into a vision or into a faith, but
which is always, at least virtually, an organic conception of the world.

2. Thus Fascism could not be understood in many of its practical
manifestations as a party organization, as a system of education, as a
discipline, if it were not always looked at in the light of its whole way of
conceiving life, a spiritualized way. The world see through Fascism is not
this material world which appears on the surface, in which man is an
individual separated from all others and standing by himself. . . . The man of
Fascism is an individual who is nation and fatherland, which is a moral law,
binding together individuals and the generations into a tradition and a
mission, suppressing the instinct for a life enclosed within the brief round
of pleasure in order to restore within duty a higher life free from the limits
of time and space; a life in which the individual, through the denial of
himself, through the sacrifice of his own private interests, through death
itself, realizes that completely spiritual existence in which his value as a
man lies.

3. Therefore it is a spiritualized conception, itself the result of the
general reaction of modern times against the flabby materialistic positivism
of the nineteenth century. . . . Fascism desires an active man, one engaged in
activity with all his energies: it desires a man conscious of the difficulties
that exist in action and ready to face them. It conceives of life as a
struggle, considering that it behooves man to conquer for himself that life
truly worthy of him, creating first of all in himself the instrument
(physical, moral, intellectual) in order to construct it. Thus for the single
individual, thus for the nation, thus for humanity. . . .

4. This positive conception of life is clearly an ethical conception. It
covers the whole of reality, not merely the human activity which controls it.
No action can be divorced from moral judgment; there is nothing in the world
which can be deprived of the value which belongs to everything in its relation
to moral ends. Life, therefore, as conceived by the Fascist, is serious,
austere, religious: the whole of it is poised in a world supported by the
moral and responsible forces of the spirit. The Fascist disdains
the "comfortable" life.

5. Fascism is a religious conception in which man is seen in his immanent
relationship with a superior law and with an objective Will that transcends
the particular individual and raises him to conscious membership in a
spiritual society. Whoever has seen in the religious politics of the Fascist
regime nothing but mere opportunism has not understood that Fascism besides
being a system of government is also, and above all, a system of thought.

6. Fascism is a historical conception, in which man is what he is only in so
far as he works with the spiritual process in which he finds himself, in the
family or social group, in the nation and in the history in which all nations
collaborate. From this follows the great value of tradition, in memories, in
language, in customs, in the standards of social life. Outside history man is
nothing. Consequently Fascism is opposed to all the individualistic
abstractions of a materialistic nature like those of the eighteenth century;
and it is opposed to all Jacobin utopias and innovations. It does not consider
that "happiness" is possible upon earth, as it appeared to be in the desire of
the economic literature of the eighteenth century, and hence it rejects all
theological theories according to which mankind would reach a definitive
stabilized condition at a certain period in history. . . .

7. Against individualism, the Fascist conception is for the State; and it is
for the individual in so far as he coincides with the State, which is the
conscience and universal will of man in his historical existence. It is
opposed to classical Liberalism, which arose form the necessity of reacting
against absolutism, and which brought its historical purpose to an end when
the State was transformed into the conscience and will of the people.
Liberalism denied the State in the interests of the particular individual;
Fascism reaffirms the State as the true reality of the individual. And if
liberty is to be the attribute of the real man, and not of that abstract
puppet envisaged by individualistic Liberalism, Fascism is for liberty. And
for the only liberty which can be a real thing, the liberty of the State and
of the individual within the State. Therefore, for the Fascist, everything is
in the State, and nothing human or spiritual exists, much less has value,
outside the State. In this sense Fascism is totalitarian, and the Fascist
State, the synthesis and unity of all values, interprets, develops and gives
strength to the whole life of the people.

8. Outside the State there can be neither individuals nor groups (political
parties, associations, syndicates, classes). Therefore Fascism is opposed to
Socialism, which confines the movement of history within the class struggle
and ignores the unity of classes established in one economic and moral reality
in the State; and analogously it is opposed to class syndicalism. . . .

9. Individuals form classes according to the similarity of their interests,
they form syndicates according to differentiated economic activities within
these interests; but they form first, and above all, the State, which is not
to be thought of numerically as the sum-total of individuals forming the
majority of the nation. And consequently Fascism is opposed to Democracy,
which equates the nation to the majority, lowering it to the level of that
majority. . . .

10. It is not the nation that generates the State, as according to the old
naturalistic concept which served as the basis of the political theories of
the national States of the nineteenth century. Rather the nation is created by
the State, which gives to the people, conscious of its own moral unity, a will
and therefore an effective existence. . . .

11. The nation as the State is an ethical reality which exists and lives in so
far as it develops. To arrest its development is to kill it. Therefore the
State is not only the authority which governs and gives the form of laws and
the value of spiritual life to the wills of individuals, but it is also a
power that makes its will felt abroad, making it known and respected, in other
words, demonstrating the fact of its universality in all the necessary
directions of its development. It is consequently organization and expansion,
at least virtually. Thus it can be likened to the human will which knows no
limits to its development and realizes itself in testing its own
limitlessness.

12. The Fascist State, the highest and most powerful form of personality, is a
force, but a spiritual force, which takes over all the forms of the moral and
intellectual life of man. . . . It is the form, the inner standard and the
discipline of the whole person; it saturates the will as well as the
intelligence. Its principle, the central inspiration of the human personality
living in the civil community, pierces into the depths and makes its home in
the heart of the man of action as well as of the thinker, of the artist as
well as of the scientist: it is the soul of the soul.

13. Fascism, in short, is not only the give


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PSY LANCUCHOWE ADMINA MICHNIKA
drf 29.01.03, 01:09 zarchiwizowany

oj adas ci dojebal mr dajczgewand , wypierdolil , zlikwidowal
po cichu វ-44-44> wywolujac
konflikt na plaszczyznie osobistej
byc moze adam michnik lubi konflikty

jedno jest pewne to BARDZO GROZNY przeciwnik
ale boi sie widocznie OTWARTEJ konfrontacji




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TYLKO DLA OSŁA !
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dunkieS
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Sepherim
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 08:54

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Sorry but I have no access to either the Dragon Heart trilogy or Dunks
portfoliom, and I need 2 bits of info:
1)How did Dunk die? Was it a car bomb? A sniper?
2) Did he use shadowrunners for protrection or something like that?
Thanks guys
------
The Matrix was made to serve, but only obeys those who love her.
Nodo 666: www16.brinkster.com/sepherim

Platzy
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 09:20

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SPOILER (Just to be on the safe side)
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.
.
Dunkelzahn wasn't assassinated - he commited suicide to power up the Dragon
Heart - an artifact that, compared to the current, relatively low, mana level
simply would not have been possible. However the Life Magic (or, as some would
call it: "variant of blood magic") that the big D used when he croaked allowed
it to activate before its time.
1.) What happened IIRC was a car bomb (he stepped into his Limo in human form
after his inauguration party and BOOM!), contained by a mighty barrier spell
to protect innocent bystanders. Whatever he did besides that to make the
martyr-trick, I don't know.
2.) Dunno - probably not. He should have had plenty of Secret service Guys
scurrying around him for protection - he was the president after all...

Sepherim
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 09:34

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OK, thaks.
I was thinking about them working in the scene to track down a conspiracy to
kill dunkie or something the sort in the moment he actually suicided. I really
want them to be there, then. Could it be possible¿?
------
The Matrix was made to serve, but only obeys those who love her.
Nodo 666: www16.brinkster.com/sepherim

Khan Jackal Moreau
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 11:06

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I would imagine ALOT of people wanted him gone.
I imagine ALOT of people went around trying many different ways to off him.
Some half serious, some quite serious.

Just remember that he didn't just have the SS with him. He had all his various
friends there, and they wouldn't take kindly to anyone even thinking of offing
him.

An attempt would be feasible, but pretty complicated, and not something your
average runner would be part of.

------
I'm constantly confused when people aren't as amused by me as I am by myself.

Doctor Funkenstein
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 11:28

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I still would have preferred it if it had been a genuine assassination
attempt. Explaining it off as an act of martyrdom to save the world (though
only for a few hundred years) was just tacky. He had already seen two
Scourges and survived them both... another would have been child's play, even
if it had come early, and he could have done more as a leader to help
encourage us to prepare for it than he did by commiting suicide.
Just another example of hacked-together writing in my opinion. "Let's see,
we're tired of writing about Dunklezahn, so let's kill him. Oh yeah, we also
have these Earthdawn links we want to kill, so let's come up with a way of
doing 'em together.. yeah!" Bleh.

Khan Jackal Moreau
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 11:54

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Ehh...
It would have been good to keep him alive for a few years.

Show off the presidency, all that, but what can you do?

You may not agree with it, but it's history. And you have to cope with the
fact that he DID in fact blow himself up.

------
I'm constantly confused when people aren't as amused by me as I am by myself.

Snow_Fox
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 11:55

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actually it stirred the world up wand directly led to the corp war.
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Married to the Ginger Bread Man?

Wraith
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 11:55

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quote:
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Originally posted by Doctor Funkenstein:
I still would have preferred it if it had been a genuine assassination
attempt. Explaining it off as an act of martyrdom to save the world (though
only for a few hundred years) was just tacky. He had already seen two
Scourges and survived them both... another would have been child's play, even
if it had come early, and he could have done more as a leader to help
encourage us to prepare for it than he did by commiting suicide.
Just another example of hacked-together writing in my opinion. "Let's see,
we're tired of writing about Dunklezahn, so let's kill him. Oh yeah, we also
have these Earthdawn links we want to kill, so let's come up with a way of
doing 'em together.. yeah!" Bleh.


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SPOILER


Have you read the book? The dragons hid during the scourge. With the present
level of technology they would not have been able to hide. It says so right in
there.
Besides - if some one is going to get martyred, it may as well be the noble
Dunklezahn. He belived that humanity had potential, and it wasn't a couple
hundred years - he saved them for potentially a couple thousand years if what
I hear around here is correct. ie the scourge won't be happening anytime soon.

An assasination attempt... on a great dragon... who is the president of the
United States? ;D

------
Wisdom is knowing that you know very little.

Corywn
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 12:03

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quote:
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Originally posted by Wraith:
An assasination attempt... on a great dragon... who is the president of the
United States? ;D


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United Canadian American States

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Corywn
Son of Bast
(D. Thomas - Player)

Doctor Funkenstein
Full Fledged Runner
posted 28-11-2001 12:27

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quote:
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Originally posted by Wraith:
Have you read the book? The dragons hid during the scourge. With the present
level of technology they would not have been able to hide. It says so right in
there.
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Oh, my mistake! Its in the same book that was used to cobble everything
together... how foolish of me to have 'forgotten' that little snippet! Here,
let's get rid of elves in the next series of novels... we can even write in a
sentence that says "elves can't take the vaccine from the plague we made to
get rid of them" and its all okay. (thumbs up gesture)



quote:
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Besides - if some one is going to get martyred, it may as well be the noble
Dunklezahn. He belived that humanity had potential, and it wasn't a couple
hundred years - he saved them for potentially a couple thousand years if what
I hear ar


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