[-empyre-] election algorithms
rtf9 at cornell.edu
Tue Nov 20 14:38:11 EST 2012
Thanks so much Johannes for these links. On another note I was just
watching CNN's coverage of the bombs dropping in Palestine. CNN loves
to put their news reporters, camera and sound people, and others in
the midst of explosions to get first hand accounts. Risky business
to say the least. They did the same thing during Sandy positioning
news reporters and camera folks in the middle of rising flood
currents. There has to be a more responsible way to report these
On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 11:59 AM, Johannes Birringer
<Johannes.Birringer at brunel.ac.uk> wrote:
> the golden dawn?
> As an update to my comments on political risks in Europe, see this important article from the Nov. 18 edition of The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/18/opinion/sunday/europes-new-fascists.html?hp
>>> [William schreibt]
> here below a few boomerang comments, from other sides of the water...
> NO HAY CRISIS ECONOMICA LO QUE HAY ES UN EXCESO DE ELECCIONES POLITICAS |
> (this last one from Turkey makes an interesting reference to Zygmunt Bauman's writings on the political future of 'europe',
> and the europeans' loss of the luxary not to learn from mistakes:: “Power is the ability to afford not to learn from mistakes,"
> presumably this particular reference is made with the waning US empire in mind, and one only has to recall the last debate
> between the election candidates for the casa bianca on global politics to feel rather worried about dawns, naturally, and dusks,
> and the birds that fly at dusk time.
> with regards
> Johannes Birringer
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