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Por: | 11 de junio de 2012

  Darren almond1

Nada parece estar en calma. O falta o es excesiva. Y todo dice precisarla. Es como si no pudiéramos permitírnosla. No están los tiempos para ella, pensamos. Quizá suceda lo contrario. Tal vez pocas veces la hemos necesitado tanto. Consideramos equivocadamente que sería una frivolidad tenerla. Significaría un gesto de arrogancia, de autosuficiencia, cuando no una claudicación, o una falta de determinación, o una resignación, o una aceptación indiferente. Supondría según algunos una aristocrática apatía. Sin embargo, resulta indispensable para no perder la capacidad de análisis, de escucha, de deliberación, de comprensión. Más aún, para afrontar serena y decididamente el momento. El privilegio de no estar alterado no significa ser un insensato o un insensible.

En ocasiones, un clima general de tensión y de alteración más bien invitaría a precipitarse, a adoptar inmediatamente resoluciones, a agitar las aseveraciones como si fueran argumentos y a buscar una salida, sea ésta o no apropiada. Las cosas no van bien, luego hemos de hacer. Sin duda no pocas veces es preciso actuar. Pero es evidente que no faltan quienes en semejante vorágine se encuentran cómodos. Es la urgencia. Siempre es la urgencia. No hay tiempo. Nunca hay tiempo.

La pérdida general de nervios no significa un colectivo compromiso con la situación, ni un reconocimiento del estado en el que estamos. Y, desde luego, ni sería deseable ni garantizaría una mayor decisión para vérnosla con ella. Se requiere una determinada tranquilidad, una cierta suspensión de las presiones, de las alteraciones, de las afecciones y de las incidencias o, al menos, una capacidad para sosegarlas, a fin de abordar firmemente la coyuntura. No se trata de hacerlo con indolencia, ni de mostrar desinterés, como formas más o menos sofisticadas de inactividad. La calma que buscamos es la apertura de espacios de suspensión de la agitada y permanente tarea, empeñada en zanjar una y otra vez, y como sea, asuntos sin enfrentar las condiciones para considerarlos con alcance y profundidad.

No es fácil tener calma. Ciertamente hay razones para perderla. Pero más para no hacerlo. Sobre todo la necesidad de no convertirse en un mero espectador de nuestra existencia. No se reduce a una mirada externa, la de alguien que supuestamente describe la situación con mayor objetividad o claridad. Quizá la responsabilidad o la competencia radiquen en la capacidad de reflexión y de creación de estrategias, de responder sin  rendirse precipitadamente ante los hechos, y de buscar una y otra vez la posibilidad de modificar el actual estado de cosas. La calma no es indiferencia, sino una forma  intensa, enérgica y sensata de actuar ante una difícil coyuntura.

La calma no es una adormidera, es una tensión, una atención, un estar activos, a la espera y a la expectativa. La calma es una dedicación cuidada y una disposición para afrontar equilibradamente los desafíos que nos convocan.

Darren almond2Ahora bien, la calma no es un obstáculo para intervenir, antes al contrario propicia las condiciones para actuar más sosegada y eficazmente. El liderazgo no reside en quien se descompone, se agita, se trastorna, se altera, o confunde su descentramiento con la energía o la convicción. Pero, desde luego, la calma ni nace ni se sustenta en una cierta sensación de no acabar de entender, que pasma o enturbia la mirada. No es cuestión de aguardar a que pasen los malos vientos y por sí mismo, sin otras acciones, todo se recomponga en un clima de serenidad. La calma es también una consecuencia de decisiones continuas y acertadas que ofrecen la confianza de que el mejor modo de equilibrar una situación es proceder de  manera atinada, constante y ajustadamente. No es sin más un estado de ánimo, es un modo de pensar y de actuar.

La calma no brota de que ya todo está hecho y cumplido o de que ya no hay nada que hacer, ni cabe hacerse. La calma no paraliza, predispone, abre los ojos y el espíritu para afrontar, para emprender, para en su caso saber aguardar el momento, la ocasión. No es una parsimonia de alguien tibio y aburrido, que confunde su falta de entusiasmo con su serenidad. En determinadas situaciones, no siempre tenemos tantas fuerzas y quizás es demasiado exigírnos calma. Pero ello no quiere decir que no hayamos de valorarla, de buscarla. Consiste en organizarse pormenorizadamente, en saber distinguir lo que es clave, en no precipitarse, en controlar las situaciones difíciles sin descomponerse ni descontrolarse. Muchas veces no es un estado inicial, sino la consecuencia del equilibrio de las emociones, de la armonía de las tensiones, de la capacidad de afrontar sin rendirse ante la adversidad.

Nos inquieta encontrarnos con alguien capaz de calma. En ocasiones es más desafiante que una persona supuestamente entusiasta, incapaz de decirnos algo que nos serene y nos permita e impulse a actuar. Por momentos, huimos de la calma como si de ella se dedujera alguna parálisis, pero en realidad lo que tememos es que, no distraídos por los ruidos que quizá nosotros mismos también creamos o incrementamos, acabemos viendo con excesiva claridad. Y entonces nos sintamos llamados a actuar con más contundencia, con más firmeza, con más alcance que cuando, alterados, basta cualquier inmediata intervención. La calma puede ser extremadamente transformadora y eficaz. Pero no nos cuesta encontrar supuestas razones, o coartadas, para perderla. Que no siempre nos la podamos permitir no significa que no la necesitemos.

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Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 22:20:33 +0000

TO THE PRINCETON UNIVERSITY DILDO MASTER AND HIS IRON GRIP ON HUMANITY THROUGH THE TRADITIONAL POWER STRUCTURE OF THE UNITED STATES WHICH CONCEPTUALLY IRRADIATES FROM THE KILLING FIELDS OF NORTH JERSEY, ITS GROUND ZERO BEING PU CAMPUS, ACROSS THE STREET FROM TONY THE PRINCETON TIGER SOPRANO! WHAT'S IN YOU WALLET, BABY!!!!!!!!!
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Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 18:12:02 +0000

MY PERSONAL MESSAGE OF GRATITUDE TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, ESPECIALLY AS AN HISTORICAL CONCEPT AND ESPECIALLY IN ITS HANDLING OF PROFESSOR ANTONIO CALVO'S SUICIDE
IN OUR TIME
ON THE QUAI AT SMYRNA

The strange thing was, he said, how they screamed every night at midnight. I do not know why they screamed at that time. We were in the harbor and they were all on the pier and at midnight they started screaming. We used to turn the searchlight on them to quiet them. That always did the trick. We’d run the searchlight up and down over them two or three times and they stopped it. One time I was senior officer in the pier and a Turkish officer came up to me in a frightful rage because one of our sailors had been most insulting to him. So I told him the fellow would be sent on ship and be most severely punished. I asked him to point him out. So he pointed out a gunner’s mate, most inoffensive chap. Said he’d been most frightfully and repeatedly insulting; talking to me through an interpreter. I couldn’t imagine how the gunner’s mate knew enough Turkish to be insulting. I called him over and said, “And just in case you should have spoken to any Turkish officers.”
“I haven’t spoken to any of them, sir.”
“I’m quite sure of it,” I said, “but you’d best go on board ship and not come ashore again fort the rest of the day.”
Then I told the Turk the man was being sent on board ship and would be most severely dealt with. Oh most rigorously. He felt topping about it. Great friends we were.
The worst, he said were the women with dead babies. You couldn’t get the women to give up their dead babies. They’d have babies for six days. Wouldn’t give them up. Nothing you could do about it. Had to take them away finally. Then there was an old lady, most extraordinary case. I told it to a doctor and he said I was lying. We were clearing them off the pier, had to clear off the dead ones, and this old woman was lying on a sort of litter. They said, “Will you have a look at her, Sir?” So I had a look at her and just then she died and went absolutely stiff. Her legs drew up and she drew up form the waist and went quite rigid. Exactly as though she had been dead over a night. She was quite dead and absolutely rigid. I told a medical chap about it and he told me it was impossible.
They were all out there on the pier and it wasn’t at all like an earthquake or that sort of thing because they never knew about the Turk. They never knew what the old Turk would do. You remember when they ordered us not to come in to take off any more? I had the wind up when we came in that morning. He had any amount of batteries and could have blown us clean out of the water. We were going to come in, run close along the pier, let go the front and rear anchors and then shell the Turkish quarter of the town. They would have blown us out ot the water but we would have blown the town simply to hell. They just fired a few blank charges at us as we came in. Kemal came down and sacked the Turkish commander. For exceeding his authority or some such thing. He got a bit above himself. It would have been the hell of a mess.
You remember the harbor. There were plenty of nice things floating around in it. That was the only time in my life I got so I dreamed about things. You didn’t mind the women who were having babies as you did those with the dead ones. They had them all right. Surprising how few of them died. You just covered them over with something and let them go to it. They’d always pick out the darkest place in the hold to have them. None of them minded anything once the got off the pier.
The Greeks were nice chaps too. When they evacuated they had all their baggage animals they couldn’t take off with them so they just broke their forelegs and dumped them into the shallow water. All those mules with their forelegs broken pushed over into the shallow water. It was all a pleasant buiness. My word yes a most pleasant business.
HEMINGWAY
____________________
SK

Publicado por: Seth Knight | 06/12/2012 en 08:07 p.m.


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Subject: FW: OR KNOW THE REASON WHY (DEBOIS)
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 22:20:33 +0000

TO THE PRINCETON UNIVERSITY DILDO MASTER AND HIS IRON GRIP ON HUMANITY THROUGH THE TRADITIONAL POWER STRUCTURE OF THE UNITED STATES WHICH CONCEPTUALLY IRRADIATES FROM THE KILLING FIELDS OF NORTH JERSEY, ITS GROUND ZERO BEING PU CAMPUS, ACROSS THE STREET FROM TONY THE PRINCETON TIGER SOPRANO! WHAT'S IN YOU WALLET, BABY!!!!!!!!!
DEAR MR
Murley, Robert
Brief Biography

Mr. Robert S. Murley is Independent Director of Stone Energy Corporation since December 2011. Mr. Murley is currently a Vice Chairman and Chairman of Investment Banking, Americas, at Credit Suisse Group, but that is anticipated to change to “Senior Advisor, Credit Suisse” in the near future. Mr. Murley received his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, and MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, and a master’s degree in International Economics from the London School of Economics. Mr. Murley also serves as a director of the Apollo Group, where he is chairman of the finance committee. Mr. Murley is involved in numerous civic activities, including serving as a Trustee and member of the Executive Committee of Princeton University, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Educational Testing Service, Trustee of the Museum of Science and Industry, and a member of the Board of Overseers of the UCLA Anderson School of Management.


From: hsethknight@hotmail.com
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Subject: FW: OR KNOW THE REASON WHY (DEBOIS)
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 18:12:02 +0000

MY PERSONAL MESSAGE OF GRATITUDE TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, ESPECIALLY AS AN HISTORICAL CONCEPT AND ESPECIALLY IN ITS HANDLING OF PROFESSOR ANTONIO CALVO'S SUICIDE
IN OUR TIME
ON THE QUAI AT SMYRNA

The strange thing was, he said, how they screamed every night at midnight. I do not know why they screamed at that time. We were in the harbor and they were all on the pier and at midnight they started screaming. We used to turn the searchlight on them to quiet them. That always did the trick. We’d run the searchlight up and down over them two or three times and they stopped it. One time I was senior officer in the pier and a Turkish officer came up to me in a frightful rage because one of our sailors had been most insulting to him. So I told him the fellow would be sent on ship and be most severely punished. I asked him to point him out. So he pointed out a gunner’s mate, most inoffensive chap. Said he’d been most frightfully and repeatedly insulting; talking to me through an interpreter. I couldn’t imagine how the gunner’s mate knew enough Turkish to be insulting. I called him over and said, “And just in case you should have spoken to any Turkish officers.”
“I haven’t spoken to any of them, sir.”
“I’m quite sure of it,” I said, “but you’d best go on board ship and not come ashore again fort the rest of the day.”
Then I told the Turk the man was being sent on board ship and would be most severely dealt with. Oh most rigorously. He felt topping about it. Great friends we were.
The worst, he said were the women with dead babies. You couldn’t get the women to give up their dead babies. They’d have babies for six days. Wouldn’t give them up. Nothing you could do about it. Had to take them away finally. Then there was an old lady, most extraordinary case. I told it to a doctor and he said I was lying. We were clearing them off the pier, had to clear off the dead ones, and this old woman was lying on a sort of litter. They said, “Will you have a look at her, Sir?” So I had a look at her and just then she died and went absolutely stiff. Her legs drew up and she drew up form the waist and went quite rigid. Exactly as though she had been dead over a night. She was quite dead and absolutely rigid. I told a medical chap about it and he told me it was impossible.
They were all out there on the pier and it wasn’t at all like an earthquake or that sort of thing because they never knew about the Turk. They never knew what the old Turk would do. You remember when they ordered us not to come in to take off any more? I had the wind up when we came in that morning. He had any amount of batteries and could have blown us clean out of the water. We were going to come in, run close along the pier, let go the front and rear anchors and then shell the Turkish quarter of the town. They would have blown us out ot the water but we would have blown the town simply to hell. They just fired a few blank charges at us as we came in. Kemal came down and sacked the Turkish commander. For exceeding his authority or some such thing. He got a bit above himself. It would have been the hell of a mess.
You remember the harbor. There were plenty of nice things floating around in it. That was the only time in my life I got so I dreamed about things. You didn’t mind the women who were having babies as you did those with the dead ones. They had them all right. Surprising how few of them died. You just covered them over with something and let them go to it. They’d always pick out the darkest place in the hold to have them. None of them minded anything once the got off the pier.
The Greeks were nice chaps too. When they evacuated they had all their baggage animals they couldn’t take off with them so they just broke their forelegs and dumped them into the shallow water. All those mules with their forelegs broken pushed over into the shallow water. It was all a pleasant buiness. My word yes a most pleasant business.
HEMINGWAY
____________________
SK

Publicado por: Seth Knight | 06/12/2012 en 08:07 p.m.

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Subject: FW: OR KNOW THE REASON WHY (DEBOIS)
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2012 18:12:02 +0000

MY PERSONAL MESSAGE OF GRATITUDE TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, ESPECIALLY AS AN HISTORICAL CONCEPT AND ESPECIALLY IN ITS HANDLING OF PROFESSOR ANTONIO CALVO'S SUICIDE
IN OUR TIME
ON THE QUAI AT SMYRNA

The strange thing was, he said, how they screamed every night at midnight. I do not know why they screamed at that time. We were in the harbor and they were all on the pier and at midnight they started screaming. We used to turn the searchlight on them to quiet them. That always did the trick. We’d run the searchlight up and down over them two or three times and they stopped it. One time I was senior officer in the pier and a Turkish officer came up to me in a frightful rage because one of our sailors had been most insulting to him. So I told him the fellow would be sent on ship and be most severely punished. I asked him to point him out. So he pointed out a gunner’s mate, most inoffensive chap. Said he’d been most frightfully and repeatedly insulting; talking to me through an interpreter. I couldn’t imagine how the gunner’s mate knew enough Turkish to be insulting. I called him over and said, “And just in case you should have spoken to any Turkish officers.”
“I haven’t spoken to any of them, sir.”
“I’m quite sure of it,” I said, “but you’d best go on board ship and not come ashore again fort the rest of the day.”
Then I told the Turk the man was being sent on board ship and would be most severely dealt with. Oh most rigorously. He felt topping about it. Great friends we were.
The worst, he said were the women with dead babies. You couldn’t get the women to give up their dead babies. They’d have babies for six days. Wouldn’t give them up. Nothing you could do about it. Had to take them away finally. Then there was an old lady, most extraordinary case. I told it to a doctor and he said I was lying. We were clearing them off the pier, had to clear off the dead ones, and this old woman was lying on a sort of litter. They said, “Will you have a look at her, Sir?” So I had a look at her and just then she died and went absolutely stiff. Her legs drew up and she drew up form the waist and went quite rigid. Exactly as though she had been dead over a night. She was quite dead and absolutely rigid. I told a medical chap about it and he told me it was impossible.
They were all out there on the pier and it wasn’t at all like an earthquake or that sort of thing because they never knew about the Turk. They never knew what the old Turk would do. You remember when they ordered us not to come in to take off any more? I had the wind up when we came in that morning. He had any amount of batteries and could have blown us clean out of the water. We were going to come in, run close along the pier, let go the front and rear anchors and then shell the Turkish quarter of the town. They would have blown us out ot the water but we would have blown the town simply to hell. They just fired a few blank charges at us as we came in. Kemal came down and sacked the Turkish commander. For exceeding his authority or some such thing. He got a bit above himself. It would have been the hell of a mess.
You remember the harbor. There were plenty of nice things floating around in it. That was the only time in my life I got so I dreamed about things. You didn’t mind the women who were having babies as you did those with the dead ones. They had them all right. Surprising how few of them died. You just covered them over with something and let them go to it. They’d always pick out the darkest place in the hold to have them. None of them minded anything once the got off the pier.
The Greeks were nice chaps too. When they evacuated they had all their baggage animals they couldn’t take off with them so they just broke their forelegs and dumped them into the shallow water. All those mules with their forelegs broken pushed over into the shallow water. It was all a pleasant buiness. My word yes a most pleasant business.
HEMINGWAY
____________________
SK

Publicado por: Seth Knight | 06/12/2012 en 08:07 p.m.

IN OUR TIME
ON THE QUAI AT SMYRNA


The strange thing was, he said, how they screamed every night at midnight. I do not know why they screamed at that time. We were in the harbor and they were all on the pier and at midnight they started screaming. We used to turn the searchlight on them to quiet them. That always did the trick. We’d run the searchlight up and down over them two or three times and they stopped it. One time I was senior officer in the pier and a Turkish officer came up to me in a frightful rage because one of our sailors had been most insulting to him. So I told him the fellow would be sent on ship and be most severely punished. I asked him to point him out. So he pointed out a gunner’s mate, most inoffensive chap. Said he’d been most frightfully and repeatedly insulting; talking to me through an interpreter. I couldn’t imagine how the gunner’s mate knew enough Turkish to be insulting. I called him over and said, “And just in case you should have spoken to any Turkish officers.”
“I haven’t spoken to any of them, sir.”
“I’m quite sure of it,” I said, “but you’d best go on board ship and not come ashore again fort the rest of the day.”
Then I told the Turk the man was being sent on board ship and would be most severely dealt with. Oh most rigorously. He felt topping about it. Great friends we were.
The worst, he said were the women with dead babies. You couldn’t get the women to give up their dead babies. They’d have babies for six days. Wouldn’t give them up. Nothing you could do about it. Had to take them away finally. Then there was an old lady, most extraordinary case. I told it to a doctor and he said I was lying. We were clearing them off the pier, had to clear off the dead ones, and this old woman was lying on a sort of litter. They said, “Will you have a look at her, Sir?” So I had a look at her and just then she died and went absolutely stiff. Her legs drew up and she drew up form the waist and went quite rigid. Exactly as though she had been dead over a night. She was quite dead and absolutely rigid. I told a medical chap about it and he told me it was impossible.
They were all out there on the pier and it wasn’t at all like an earthquake or that sort of thing because they never knew about the Turk. They never knew what the old Turk would do. You remember when they ordered us not to come in to take off any more? I had the wind up when we came in that morning. He had any amount of batteries and could have blown us clean out of the water. We were going to come in, run close along the pier, let go the front and rear anchors and then shell the Turkish quarter of the town. They would have blown us out ot the water but we would have blown the town simply to hell. They just fired a few blank charges at us as we came in. Kemal came down and sacked the Turkish commander. For exceeding his authority or some such thing. He got a bit above himself. It would have been the hell of a mess.
You remember the harbor. There were plenty of nice things floating around in it. That was the only time in my life I got so I dreamed about things. You didn’t mind the women who were having babies as you did those with the dead ones. They had them all right. Surprising how few of them died. You just covered them over with something and let them go to it. They’d always pick out the darkest place in the hold to have them. None of them minded anything once the got off the pier.
The Greeks were nice chaps too. When they evacuated they had all their baggage animals they couldn’t take off with them so they just broke their forelegs and dumped them into the shallow water. All those mules with their forelegs broken pushed over into the shallow water. It was all a pleasant buiness. My word yes a most pleasant business.
HEMINGWAY
____________________
SK

A LA HEMEROTECA
-Manchuria
-Contienda mundial (en su segunda parte)
-violencia social historica entre 1820-1950 en EEUU
-La Shoah (Historica, Alemania y Cracovia, etc)
-----------------------------
Y SE ACABO. TERMINO LA HISTORIA HUMANA POLITICA 6 DE AGOSTO, 1945 SOBRE HIROSHIMA.
LA TUMBA DE HOBBES, DE UNA VEZ PARA SIEMPRE, A LAS 8:16 HORAS (PACIFIC TIME)
_________________
THE REST IS HISTORY, YOU HISTORY!
SK

Y FINALMENTE,
Por medio del video se puede expresar y entender distintos aspectos de la condicion humana en su veritiente colectiva:
LA MORALIDAD
(que se hace)
LEY
(que refuerza)
LA MORALIDAD
(que conduce a )
UNA CONFUSION
(que demboca o acaba en)
LA ANIQUILACION DE FACTO DEL INDIVIDUO COMO SUJETO MORAL, INDEPENDIENTE, DE LA LIBERTAD HUMANA!!!!!!!!!!!!
___________________
Que tiene cojones la cosa! Mira otra vez la sociedad americana; tiene mucho sentido lo que digo. EEUU, en sus partiuclares circuntsancias historicas ha sido considerado UNA AMENAZA y fue imovilizado, neutralizado y esclavizado, de alguna manera como "potencia" mundial. No dirige el mundo en el sentido que superficialmente ves, sino lo dirige estando en si mismo SOJUZGADO Y SUBORDINADO, sobre todo en cuanto al alma social/vital de los seres humanos.
PERO DONDE ACABA TEJAS, CONNO! O ES QUE TODO ES TEJAS?
---------------------------
SK

-Por cierto, alguien sabe la traduccion correcta al espannol del nombre de dicho grupo (digamos tejano)? Haz el favor de ponerlo.
Thanks

EL VIDEO EN CUESTION
LA DE SIEMPRE:
LOS BUTTHOLE SUFFERS - PEPPER
_________________
Que no he podido subirlo o que no funcione el link (sera que no es del gusto de alguien?)

CIERTAMENTE
El video no es solo una vision de "Tejas", el estado del alma americano tanto como agresor por parte las instituciones como el individuo "victima", sino tambien una forma de conceptualizar la forma historica de EEUU de relacionase con el mundo (aunque hay otras maneras de verla y de conceptualizarla, lo que no quita el hecho que estas tambien es real y acertada!)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO8vBVUaKvK
AMERICAN SOFT POWER/BRUTALIDAD SIMPLIFICADORA (SOFT POWER AMERICANO NEGRO)
____________
SK

GOLBO SONDA
Fantastico concepto para referirte a que te esten intentndo manipular ("alimentar" como se dice en ingles.) De hecho el avcervo semiologico/cultural/KEN de los americanos, NO EXISTE el termino; no es que no haya ocurrido, quiero decir que no se ha INTELCTUALIZADO condensando el concepto dentro un termino. Y me da asco, el que este en un pais, pendiente de alguna forma, de un sociedad en la que la gente no tenga a su dispocion dicho termino, lo que significa que falta dentro de su forma de ver el mundo como concpeto, herramienta de racionalidad y, despues, voluntad y decision humana individual.
Que he aprendido la mayoria de lo que se, en estos aspectos, en Madrid (que no te quepe duda) que no en la supuesta capital mundial de la intriga/espionaje/y rapinna capitalista. Que, en ese concepto particular que digo, son unos burros (salvo que pertenezcas a la cia y que seas, dentro de eso, uno de los mejores, mas preparados, de alguna forma, incluso, por encima de la CIA; comprenden?
Nada, simplifico un poco pero esencialmente ES ESO!
________________
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO8vBVUaKvK

EL DISCURSO DEL REY (2010)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_EIulP8kdE

-Padre e hijo, quiero decir!

-para nada; crees que esto una luz que podeis tener encendido de noche? Una mierda! Mira las cosas bien:
sois, dentro de la plausibilidad posible apartir de la logica del viejo mundo, el centro del escenario de la humanidad (y no exagero!) hoy, ahora, desde hace -intensamente-unos meses. Espanna ES Grecia, pero no el sentido economico, sino en el aspecto administrativo y vital de la humanidad. Y que vais hacer, ahora en adelante?
Y el hombre mas importante de Espanna, lo va a tener que contestar!

La calma proboca desafíos que nos convocan. Quizás a no estar sólos a sentirnos acompañados por los que apreciamos, muestran, dan y nos dicen. No es un estado de ánimo sino un modo de pensar y actuar.

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