my hero

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Senator Sanders (independent) is my hero: he proposes that the 700 billion USD bill should be paid by those who benefited the most out of the financial practices who brought US, and the world, in this crisis; specifically, he proposes an amendment tot the “bailout” bill: a rise of 10% on the income tax of […]

capitalism cannot handle free market

Friday, September 26th, 2008

Gee, look at them, I lived to see this too: the very capitalists themselves cannot handle the free market :). There is a natural reason why: the economy growth is always less than the debt growth, when the system is fine-tuned by the greedy for the greedy. All you can do meanwhile is just rename, […]

EU, NATO, Georgia, Russia

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

Although the US president made the first declaration that “Russia’s reaction is disproportionate”, the western news channels announced that Russia invaded Georgia, no question on “reaction to what”. This question appeared in every rational mind, but not in the news channels’ talkheads. It took about two days of digging,, the real news network, democracy […]

voting in capitalism

Monday, June 16th, 2008

I learned that 80% of the North-American voting system is based on closed software and private technology secrets, that is, the technology is not open to inspection by the public, the voters; not even by the public administration (for detailed information on these issues, check This is the ultimate proof of the misery of […]

how a socialist constitution looked like

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

Here are some excerpts (the section about the rights and duties of the citizens) from the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Romania (RSR), issued in 1965: Art.17 The RSR citizens, without discrimination based on nationality, race, sex or religion, are equal in rights in all the domains of economical, political, juridical, social and cultural […]

Fais que ton rêve soit plus long que la nuit

Sunday, May 13th, 2007

Why essays? Why libraries? I was looking for “fait que ton rêve soit plus long que la nuit”, a Vangelis artwork (104 hits on Google), and guess what, I found it on Walmart’s website. Yes, Walmart can preserve history too. Yes, drones, this is customer driven history. A search for “fait que ton rêve […]

science fiction and the red lights district

Sunday, June 18th, 2006

A long time ago, people used to cultivate or hunt, they needed to eat so they could enjoy the life they happened into. Being nature as it was, careless about them, it used to rain or not at random times for random durations. The results of their hunting and cultivating where random as well, and, […]