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martes, 27 de mayo de 2014

David está con nosotros.

Jour 30 : le {David} de Michel-Ange à la galerie de l’Accademia

Voy a mencionar, con el debido respeto, el nombre de la asistente social (correcaminos) del Centro de Salud Animal (perdón, mental, soy una burra). Marta Comas. Cito: "algunos compañeros están teniendo problemas con lo del bono social para el servicio de electricidad".

David será informado por nuestroogkkl.hñliyli-ñojkhgjkfjgih,kucjv.kjl. Y vendrá desde Madriz que bien resistes kiurukyfoluk,ñoilkfkyfgvkjyfkglihhÑjÑ. Tiembla Endesa. Es Davis frente a la puta Endesa. Y nosostros somos la obra de dios. BIETAN J::::::

Opus/Obra/la Obra de Dios (o de David, nuestro Comandante en Jefe Miauuuuu. Ordene.

El Comandante David.

Bueno el otro entrada va chunga ya que voy cagando leches. Lo hice en HTML, para que el personL LO Hackee. Y lo distribuya con decencia y respeto. Estes va decorado con nuestro comandanate Miau dani.

Daniel, no perdón David es el rey del comando fiat. David se encuentra cerca del centro de operaciones de la policía de Madris, Espeña. La foto es original. Pertenece al comando fiat y lx.
Está bendita por la obra de dios. Los gatos son sagrados. El romano que mataba un gato en Egipto lo pagaba con la muerte.
Estamos bajo el mando del rey David. Vamos a derrotar a los putos, maricones filisteos. Hostia.

Endesa putea a los/as minumiau.

del CSM de Figueres, CAT ha comenta do al "comando fiat": "algunos compañeros minusválidos están teniendo problemas con la....bueno. Lo que va ahora es del comando: la p Endesa, nos putea a los minusválidos/as que somos todos. Todos fallamos en algo. Nadies es perfecto. Eso es fascismo. Paremos el fascismo. Pero joder, si ganamos las elecciones. Estoy que me salgo. Gora Juaristi y el de ERC A

lunes, 26 de mayo de 2014

Capitalismo filantrópico

Philantrocapitalism: Gates, the World’s Largest and Most Powerful Foundation

Bueno, personal. El artículo es la hostia. Si lo entienden, burroos, claro.

Propiedad del Estado Cubano. Prohibida la reproducción. USA: Se demandará si se reproduce sin autorización de codondesastre.bblogspot.com

Global Research, May 22, 2014

“You’re trying to find the places where the money will have the most leverage, how you can save the most lives for the dollar, so to speak,” Pelley remarked. “Right. And transform the societies,” Gates replied.1
In 2009 the self-designated “Good Club” – a gathering of the world’s wealthiest people whose collective net worth then totaled some $125 billion – met behind closed doors in New York City to discuss a coordinated response to threats posed by the global financial crisis. Led by Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and David Rockefeller, the group resolved to find new ways of addressing sources of discontent in the developing world, in particular “overpopulation” and infectious diseases.2 The billionaires in attendance committed to massive spending in areas of interest to themselves, heedless of the priorities of national governments and existing aid organizations.3
Details of the secret summit were leaked to the press and hailed as a turning point for Big Philanthropy. Traditional bureaucratic foundations like Ford, Rockefeller, and Carnegie were said to be giving way to “philanthrocapitalism,” a muscular new approach to charity in which the presumed entrepreneurial skills of billionaires would be applied directly to the world’s most pressing challenges:
Today’s philanthrocapitalists see a world full of big problems that they, and perhaps only they, can and must put right. ... Their philanthropy is “strategic,” “market conscious,” “impact oriented,” “knowledge based,” often “high engagement,” and always driven by the goal of maximizing the “leverage” of the donor’s money. ... [P]hilanthrocapitalists are increasingly trying to find ways of harnessing the profit motive to achieve social good.4
Wielding “huge power that could reshape nations according to their will,”5 billionaire donors would now openly embrace not only the market-based theory, but also the practices and organizational norms, of corporate capitalism. Yet the overall thrust of their charitable interventions would remain consistent with longstanding traditions of Big Philanthropy, as discussed below:
The World’s Largest Private Foundation
“A new form of multilateral organization”
The most prominent of the philanthrocapitalists is Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and as of this writing the richest man in the world. (Despite the carefully cultivated impression that Gates is “giving away” his fortune to charity, his estimated net worth has increased every year since 2009 and now amounts to $72 billion. 6) Gates owes his fortune not to making technological contributions but to acquiring and enforcing a fabulously lucrative monopoly in computer operating systems:
Microsoft’s greatest strength has always been its monopoly position in the PC chain. Its exclusionary licensing agreement with PC manufacturers mandated a payment for an MS-DOS license whether or not a Microsoft operating system was used. ... By the time the company settled with the Justice Department in 1994 over this illegal arrangement, Microsoft had garnered a dominant market share of all operating systems sold.7
Microsoft employs the standard repertoire of business strategies in defense of its monopoly power – preferential pricing, lawsuits, acquisitions of competitors, lobbying for patent protection – but relies ultimately, like other US-based monopolies, on the dominant position of the US worldwide. As former US Secretary of Defense William Cohen observed in 1999, “the prosperity that companies like Microsoft now enjoy could not occur without having the strong military that we have.”8
Gates remains chairman of Microsoft but now devotes the bulk of his time to running The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), the largest private foundation in the world and easily the most powerful. With an endowment of $38 billion, BMGF dwarfs once-dominant players such as Ford ($10 billion), Rockefeller ($3 billion), and Carnegie ($2.7 billion).9 These elite charitable funds are attractive to the super-rich not only as alternative channels of influencing policy, but also as a legal means of tax avoidance. Under US law, investments in charitable foundations are tax-free; moreover, investors are not required to sell their stock positions and may continue to vote their shares without restriction.10 By sheltering foundations, the US Treasury effectively co-finances the activities of BMGF and its investors, supplying a substantial part of the “leverage” lauded above.
Even in a field dominated by the world’s richest, the Gates Foundation has acquired a reputation for exceptional high-handedness. It is “driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family,” evasive about its financials, and accountable to no one except its founder, who “shapes and approves foundation strategies, advocates for the foundation’s issues, and sets the organization’s overall direction.”11
Gates’ approach to charity is presumably rooted in his attitude toward democracy:
The closer you get to [Government] and see how the sausage is made, the more you go, oh my God! These guys don’t even actually know the budget. ... The idea that all these people are going to vote and have an opinion about subjects that are increasingly complex – where what seems, you might think ... the easy answer [is] not the real answer. It’s a very interesting problem. Do democracies faced with these current problems do these things well?12
The Gates charitable empire is vast and growing. Within the US, BMGF focuses primarily on “education reform,” providing support for efforts to privatize public schools and subordinate teachers’ unions. Its much larger international divisions target the developing world and are geared toward infectious diseases, agricultural policy, reproductive health, and population control. In 2009 alone, BMGF spent more than $1.8 billion on global health projects.13
The Gates Foundation exercises power not only via its own spending, but more broadly through an elaborate network of “partner organizations” including non-profits, government agencies, and private corporations. As the third largest donor to the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), it is a dominant player in the formation of global health policy.14 It orchestrates vast elaborate public-private partnerships – charitable salmagundis that tend to blur distinctions between states, which are at least theoretically accountable to citizens, and profit-seeking businesses that are accountable only to their shareholders. For example, a 2012 initiative aimed at combatting neglected tropical diseases listed among its affiliates USAID, the World Bank, the governments of Brazil, Bangladesh, UAE et al., and a consortium of 13 drug firms comprising the most notorious powers in Big Pharma, including Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, and Pfizer.15
BMGF is the prime mover behind prominent “multi-stakeholder initiatives” such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the GAVI Alliance (a “public-private partnership” between the World Health Organization and the vaccine industry). Such arrangements allow BMGF to leverage its stake in allied enterprises, much as private businesses enhance power and profits through strategic investment schemes. The Foundation also intervenes directly in the agendas and activities of national governments, ranging from its financing of the development of municipal infrastructure in Uganda,16 to its recently announced collaboration with the Indian Ministry of Science to “Reinvent the Toilet.”17 At the same time the Foundation supports NGOs that lobby governments to increase spending on the initiatives it sponsors.18
The Gates operation resembles nothing so much as a massive, vertically integrated multinational corporation (MNC), controlling every step in a supply chain that reaches from its Seattle-based boardroom, through various stages of procurement, production, and distribution, to millions of nameless, impoverished “end-users” in the villages of Africa and South Asia.
Emulating his own strategies for cornering the software market, Gates has created a virtual monopoly in the field of public health. In the words of one NGO official, “[y]ou can’t cough, scratch your head or sneeze in health without coming to the Gates Foundation.”19 The Foundation’s global influence is now so great that former CEO Jeff Raikes was obliged to declare: “We are not replacing the UN. But some people would say we’re a new form of multilateral organization.”20
1. “The Gates Foundation: Giving Away a Fortune,” CBS 60 Minutes, Sept. 30, 2010,http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-gates-foundation-giving-away-a-fortune/3/. (back)
2. Paul Harris, “They’re Called The Good Club – And They Want to Save the World,” Guardian, May 30, 2009, http://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/may/31/new-york-billionaire-philanthropists. (back)
3. Andrew Clark, “US Billionaires Club Together,” Guardian, Aug. 4, 2010,http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2010/aug/04/us-billionaires-half-fortune-gates. (back)
4. Matthew Bishop and Michael Green, Philanthrocapitalism: How Giving Can Save the World (2008), pp. 3, 6. (back)
5. Harris, op cit. (back)
6. “Bill Gates,” Forbes.com, Sept. 2013, http://www.forbes.com/profile/bill-gates/. (back)
7. Barry Ritholtz, “What’s Behind Microsoft’s Fall from Dominance,” Washington Post, Sept. 26, 2013,http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/whats-behind-microsofts-fall-from-dominance/2013/09/05/b0e5e91e-157b-11e3-804b-d3a1a3a18f2c_story_1.html. (back)
8. Quoted in Michael Perelman, “The Political Economy of Intellectual Property,” Monthly Review, vol. 54, no. 8, January, 2003, http://monthlyreview.org/2003/01/01/the-political-economy-of-intellectual-property. (back)
10. Sheldon Drobny, “The Gates and Buffett Foundation Shell Game,” CommonDreams.org, April 26, 2006, http://www.commondreams.org/views06/0823-26.htm. (back)
12. Richard Waters, “An exclusive interview with Bill Gates,” Financial Times, Nov. 1, 2013,http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/dacd1f84-41bf-11e3-b064-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2q0sgejl. (back)
13. Noel Salazar, “Top 10 philanthropic foundations: A primer,” Devex, Aug. 1, 2011,https://www.devex.com/en/news/top-10-philanthropic-foundations-what-you-need-to/75508. (back)
14. Global Health Watch, Global Health Watch 2: An Alternative World Health Report, 2008, p. 250,http://www.ghwatch.org/sites/www.ghwatch.org/files/ghw2.pdf. In a 2008 memo leaked to the press, Arata Kochi, chief of the malaria program at the World Health Organization, charged that “the growing dominance of malaria research by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation risks stifling a diversity of views among scientists and wiping out the health agency’s policy-making function.” Donald G. McNeil Jr., “WHO official complains about Gates Foundation’s dominance in malaria fight,” NY Times, Nov. 7, 2008, http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/17/world/americas/17iht-gates.4.10120087.html. (back)
15. “Private and Public Partners Unite to Combat 10 Neglected Tropical Diseases by 2020,” BMGF press release, Jan. 2012, http://www.gatesfoundation.org/media-center/press-releases/2012/01/private-and-public-partners-unite-to-combat-10-neglected-tropical-diseases-by-2020. (back)
16. Grant to Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development; Government of Uganda, July, 2012,http://www.gatesfoundation.org/How-We-Work/Quick-Links/Grants-Database/Grants/2012/07/OPP1053920 . (back)
17. “The Next Grand Challenge in India: Reinvent the Toilet,” BMGF press release, Oct. 2013,http://www.gatesfoundation.org/Media-Center/Press-Releases/2013/10/The-Next-Grand-Challenge-in-India. The Foundation also feels free to “sit down with the Pakistan government” to demand security measures in support of its operations. See N

Basta de molestar a Letizia

Guapa. (Prohibida la reproducción por el puto Google, Yahoo, ocualquier portal USA. Somos, después de todo, bastante (') sober. anos.
Letizia Ortíz Rocasolano, merece el mismo respeto que todas las mujeres del Estado Español  Yahoo de caca. Portal miserable le tienes envidia a una mujer de la que se enamoró un tío al que le cayó una corona. Puto Yahoo. Si me cierran el puto blog reclamo a la Casa de Su Majestad el Rey.El Jefe del Estado. Juanca I. No se metan, con nuestra , bueno, lo que hay...CAT. Le envío un mail a Lecitia Ortíz. Y no deseo que me conteste para exhibirlo. ¿Le doy un katáa al puto yahhoo? Échale ovarios Letizia y cargáte a Yahoo, sexista, machista, mierda, tele cinco....vamos a bueno eso, mandar unos cuantos mensajes gegen Yahoo. Gracias Yoko Ono por visitar mi impresentable T.

Seremos (somos) libres sí.

"Que el ciervo vulnerado

El ciervo es el Esposo. Es propio del ciervo subirse a las montañas altas. Cuando está herido se va veloz a las aguas frescas en busca de refrigerio. Y si oye que su pareja se queja, se va.......(mejor que se largue, el cobarde).

Para un cobarde, miserable, que no es un hijo de puta ya que su madre es una  mujer, valiente, dura, fría,. combatiente. Como yo que soy Nekane. Yoyes. El nombre de mi abuela.
Gora Yoyes Askatasuna. Goikoetxea. Devuélveme los libros robados. "Los sueños" de Borges. Gilipollas tú prou de Borges. Prou Plá. Heil Hitler. Gernika. Gernika. Gernika,. Figueres bajo sus putas bombas. Pero somos invencibles. CAT.
Eguia. Verdad. Eguren. Euskalerria es mía. 

Por Tamara, Tania, Bunke, Kettal, Erika. AKM. Kalachnikov. Makarov. Mi AK-47. Guerra al maltractament doméstico. Gora Cat , Vladimir, Mockva. Ich kliiebe Mockba and uña. ETA; entrega los juguetes. Los AKM los tiene Nekane. Yo soy Nekane. Mi abuela, Dolores. Tengo al menos 4  putos apellidos vascos. Hostias. Dios es la hostia.

Desde la Comisaría de los Mossos DÉscuadra de Cat and Uña. Figueres CAT; TAC; ATAC; CAT; TAC;  ...,..........-_´kñ-ñphñoy oyñ8  gghioikjppuñ-ioki (para agente Irati Bidasoa) de Nekane. Desde CAT.

Estoy suscribiendo, deponiendo una, una denuncia por maltrato psicológico continuado. Coño cabo no vaya tan de prisa.  Que yo no soy una puta máquina, joder. Abuso psicológico. Prou. Coño eso existe. Contra eso, coño hay que luchar. Coño. Gallardón échanos una o dos manos. Coño. Quevedo y Goicoetxea es una combinación explosiva. El Opus con Franciasco. Invencibles. Los gudaris y los ingenuos. Siempre han habido guerreros y cobardes.

No hay que temerle a la muerte sino a la indignidad. Hasta la visctoria siemkpre. Hay que saber decir que no. Camino. Camino. Camino. José María, mi policía de Extranjería. Y Félix, que parecía un gato gordo. Dos tíio de Extranjería.Viele dank.
Coño cabo, ¿Cómo quiere Usía que recuerde la primeraa bofetaada?. Váyase a kla mierda. Y termine el puto atentado.danke.  Pasra entregárselo a su Señoría el o la Jueza o lo que haya de guardia. Joder. Vivan las mujeres que aguantan con todo.

Gracias Dr. Huguet por el prólogo cojonudo.

Mi abogado de oficio es un hacha

Danke CAT and UÑA:


domingo, 25 de mayo de 2014


Foto de Marca

Endesa pasa de Madriz

Endesa no hace mecenazo. (mecenazgo o Mecenas, o yo que sé)

No apoyó a nuestros equipos. Ni al Madriz. Ni al Atleti.



El Comando "fiat lux" con Iker. Miauuu. 


citocina/ adenina/timina. 

Thanks Mrs. Bush. You are great. A kiss for  (?) India...

Gora Madrid

Hala Madrid.
Hala Madrid.
Hala Madrid.
We are the champions of the world
Iker que grande.
Con un par.
Visca Madrid.
Atleti.  Visca.
Madrid, capital del world
Menuda curda.
Toda la noche sin pegar un ojo.
Con una puta rinitis primaveral.
I ch liebe MadriZ.
Iker for President of the hip... Spanish Republic...
Uno de enero.
Dos de febrero.
Tres de marzo.
Cuatro de abril.
Cinco de mayo.
Seis de junio.
Siete de julio.
Gora S. Fermín.
Ammpurdan Republik.