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Orthodox clergy conducts the seizure of power in Russia. [Oct. 11th, 2009|06:07 am]

Orthodox clergy conducts the seizure of power in Russia.

Orthodox missionaries share their experience about transformation to zombies to atheists and agnostics when using administrative resource. is worth noting that the authorities at all levels have given support in the state program on "the revival of traditional spirituality", despite the fact that Russia is officially a secular state.

more, this text has a method for converting children from schools and kindergartens in zombies.

the original version of the article was rewritten. this is a cover-up. translation of the original version of Google's cache.

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sorry for broken English.
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(no subject) [Apr. 6th, 2006|01:23 pm]

this is by far the most hardline shirt ive ever seen

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Leftist Music Community [Mar. 14th, 2006|10:58 am]
Sorry X Posted Alot

Class War Music
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(no subject) [Aug. 21st, 2005|07:04 pm]
If you like leftist music.

Join this community.

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(no subject) [Jul. 30th, 2005|08:54 pm]

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(no subject) [Jul. 26th, 2005|02:05 pm]

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(no subject) [Jun. 8th, 2005|12:38 pm]

I stole this from the anarchists community:

AP Poll: Religion Key in American Lives

By WILL LESTER, Associated Press Writer
Mon Jun 6, 1:56 PM

WASHINGTON - Americans are far more likely to consider religion central to their lives and to support giving clergy a say in public policy than people in nine countries that are close allies, according to an AP-Ipsos poll. Yet, the U.S. embrace of faith has its limits.

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Below are the results from a related poll conducted in April. They indicate much the same thing about American Society - namely that it's radically fundamentalist.


From the article:

At a time when the public display and discourse about matters of faith have been under attack, a new poll indicates most Americans – 63 percent – believe the Bible is literally true and the Word of God.

The survey taken Thursday and Friday by Rasmussen Reports found just 24 percent thinking otherwise.

When broken down into different demographics, the poll showed 77 percent of Republicans believe in the literal truth of the Bible as do 59 percent of Democrats and 50 percent of those not affiliated with either major party.

All in all, some scary shit.
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(no subject) [Jun. 8th, 2005|12:22 pm]

SW Online reports that Catholic priests in Bolivia have called for "social peace, the abandonment of 'extremism' and the reconciliation of rich and poor" in response to Bolivia's popular movement to nationalize the country's gas resources. As usual, the Catholic Church and contempt for humanity go hand in hand.

From the article, "In Santa Cruz, where a pro-neoliberal elite wants to secede in order to keep intact their lucrative contracts with transnational petroleum corporations, right-wing gangs violently attacked peaceful pro-nationalization marches by peasants, teachers and health workers. Pro-nationalization protesters encircled the city and cut it off from land access. All told, more than 55 road blockades disrupted the main highways and commerce in seven of Bolivia’s nine departments or states.

Meanwhile, after receiving the green light from Pope Benedict XVI, the Catholic Church in Bolivia called for a national dialogue—to unify the interests of the Bolivian land oligarchy and pro-transnational gas elite of the eastern states, on the one hand, with those of the moderate reform sectors of the popular movements, on the other."

Let's hope that the Bolivians--people who understand how democracy should function--beat this neoliberal bullshit.
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Did I already post this before? Let me know [Jun. 5th, 2005|12:30 pm]
“The heart of a heartless world, the soul of soulless conditions”
Explaining the hold of religion

RELIGION in America is a hot topic in the media--and not just because this is the holiday season.

The conventional wisdom about the 2004 election is that ordinary Americans are highly conservative, concerned most of all with “moral values.” Just as the votes for George Bush are explained as mass approval of the Republican Party’s right-wing agenda, people’s religious beliefs are seen as a sign of their contentment with the world and their place in it.

As ALAN MAASS explains, Marxists draw the opposite conclusions--not only about the meaning of the 2004 election, but about the appeal of religion beliefs in the richest and most technologically advanced country in the world.
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I can't wait to be told what to do! [Apr. 19th, 2005|05:46 pm]

So, there is a new Pope.

What makes me chuckle with sadness is that so many people were on the edge of their seats waiting for the announcement of the new Pope. I've never seen so many people eager to be told that they are worthless and must fight progression.

A lot of people in Latin America were hoping for someone else as Pope, stating that they wanted someone more aware of their plight. That sort of defeats the whole omniscient-god-that-speaks-through-the-Pope concept. And they still follow this backwards religion? It boggles the mind.
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