What's going on in the Ukraine
These are the death throes of liberal capitalism (thanks be) but a death that is morphing the corpse into neo-conservative capitalism/neo-fascism.
Unless, that is, we can be propositional* for a better-for-all alternative . . .
In an Occupy posting** is the phrase, " In stark contrast, US officials have been reluctant to do the same. Is Washington willing to share any object data or evidence to the public."
(nb False Flag: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag)
My experience, out and about, is that "the public" - a significant proportion at least - already knows that it is more accurately described as 'the prisoners'.
And that, as prisoners the only 'freedom' we have is to hold the keys to 'our' cells.
Hence, in my view, the significant level of support that Occupy received and still receives.
Thus, also, the waiting hope by "the public"/'the prisoners', that Occupy will offer a further lead their release from bondage.
I hope that we can respond, propositionaly*, to that hope.
* ps Google alerts me to the phrase 'the right to propose'. I've only had one such alert: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/proposal-royal-seal-how-law-made makes for worth while reading (it's very short).
pps And, lest anyone thinks that my term neo-conservative capitalism/neo-fascism is hysterical rhetoric, look at events in Canada under neo-conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The plan (where-ever it is in plain words - as the counter part to neoliberalism's plan, The Ridley Report (http://www.margaretthatcher.org/document/110795) is, quite clearly, to abolish democracy.