Monday, July 9, 2012
America's Progressive Movement
One step at a time, thats how how its being done, hoping you won't see your rights being stripped away until its too late. With the Senate now set to sign the UN Small Arms treaty, once Hillary and Obama sign it, the Second Amendment to the US Constitution will be null and void, leading the way to gun registration and confiscation.http://www.examiner.com/article/senate-set-to-approve-controversial-un-gun-treaty. Does any thinking person in America not understand what the term Progressive means in American politics yet? Why are we allowing elected officials empowered to enforce "the will of the people" to rip the Constitution to shreds before our eyes and not do anything about it? Why don't we just elect Hugo Chavez next and speed things up?
July 7, 2012. - The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, called for the progressive movements of the Latin American left, meeting in Caracas, to deepen the action plan to drive real change and not global hegemony of capitalism prevails. Chavez insisted that "the political question goes to the left but has to go beyond the left", and therefore he added that "we must create material and spiritual conditions to create the new world." He said that from his view, is winning the historic Battle of the transition to socialism, and at this point he said that "I do not mean the election, but something much more important the historic Battle of the transition to the world new in Venezuela. " He also indicated that more than ever, there are conditions for international-socialist offensive. "There are the angry, the youth of France, Greece, Chicago (United States). Israel came up to the indignant. We will give you greetings of solidarity to the indignant of this world and the new movements of the youths who have started a fight against the devil, as the media, repression, "he said. In this regard, the Head of State said that the peoples of the world "are in what someone called heroic impulse." "Today, without triumphalism and humility, we might say that Latin America and progressive governments are at the forefront of humanism," he added. In the closing ceremony of the XVIII Sao Paulo Forum, political parties, social movements and organizations in the world left, agreed to declare July 24 as World Day of Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution and organize a global twittazo through the @ chavezcandanga account in August.