Comic drawer, illustrator, cartoonist, muralist and clinical psychologist from Spain.
My only goal is to report power's abuse, and if possible, by doing so paying the rent.
Pretty accurated, clarifying that zionism doesn't have anything to see with judaism. Vote!
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Yes, I Heard about that toilet paper hahahah. Vote
Sommes nous Charlie?
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About Saudi Arabia and Israel:
Love it! Agapo!
Fantastica l'evocazione dell'ultima scena di "Divorzio all'Italiana" Mastroianni/Sandrelli ;D
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I also agree with your point and of course , as a Ukranian, you have a wider perspective of what's going on "in situ". I don't feel any sympathy for Yanukovitch or Putin, as I don't feel it for Poroshenko who is, I think, another chess of the western evil dictatorship, call it Rothschild/Soros/Lehman/Goldman sacks/IMF etc, together with Obama and other western chiefs of state. All of them and through them all of us victims of a game of greed that play with our lives and nation resources cheating on us with fake manipulated information here and there. To get to know approximately what's going on is always a good premise to investigate who's making a profit of a war in a territory and why. I don't doubt about the popular strenght of revolutions (take as an example the arab spring), but is a fact that those popuar revolutions are only happening, even behind popular knowledge, at the right time for the interests of sionist banking system, like it happened in Libya, Syria or Ukrania now. Revolutions aren't for free, organisation and infraestructur of them have a cost, which is promoted by the enterprises interested in destabilisation of territories. George Soros, the hungarian-american sionist oligarch also involved in Monsanto Enterprise, has recognsed to the CNN that he has financed the strile to Yanukovitch government, and he's right now fancying to become the president of the Ukranian central bank under the new Kiev's government. I don't think that's a coincidence. They are all evil dictators and they are all playing with our lives and cultures, unfortunately.
Viktor Yanukovych, rejected a European Union association agreement tied to a $17 billion IMF loan, opting instead for a Russian aid package worth $15 billion plus a discount on Russian natural gas. As Nelson explains, “his decision was a major factor in the ensuing deadly protests that led to his ouster from office in February 2014 and the ongoing crisis.” This means that the present-day IMF loan—and its voracious economic conditions—was on the table before the ouster of former president Yanukovych, and that regime change in the country conveniently made it possible for the loan to take hold.
In addition to opening up Ukraine’s rich farmland to western agribusiness giants and GMO production, IMF loans typically come with strict economic restructuring conditions in the form of structural adjustment programs (SAPs). These programs essentially force the borrowing nation to restructure its economy by cutting public spending and subsidies in areas such as employment, income support, health and education as well as privatizing (previously accessible) services such as health. If these IMF conditions are applied in Ukraine, it will devastate and impoverish the country.Some European lawmakers view the Ukraine conflict as a smokescreen to allow the IMF/World Bank/European Bank for Reconstruction financed agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology business to steal Ukraine’s highly valued and coveted farmland. The distraction politics around the conflict in Ukraine—e.g., the west versus the evil Vladimir Putin—hides the reality of massive farmland seizures that will greatly enrich western agribusiness corporations while ushering in poisonous policies and practices such as GMO crops. With Yanukovych ousted, the new government in Ukraine has agreed to austerity reforms in exchange for IMF and World Bank “aid.” In addition to the devastating impact these reforms will have on poverty levels and Ukrainians’ standard of living, the austerity measures will also allow western agribusiness corporations to side-step Europe’s hitherto tight restrictions on GMO production. As Lendman explains Ukraine has long been considered Europe’s “bread basket.” “It’s rich dark soil is highly valued” and “ideal for growing grain.” With one third of Europe’s agricultural farmland, Ukraine’s agricultural potential is vast, making it an ideal target for western agribusiness giants that seek to amass massive economic wealth through altering and poisoning the food supply of the region. For many analysts these economic prospects underlie the Ukraine conflict.