Act Locally, Destroy Globally - by Mark E. Smith

San Diego Democrats are rejoicing and celebrating. Not only was Obama reelected, but we have a
new Mayor who is also a Democrat. I've met and spoken with Bob Filner on several occasions and
although I don't vote, I'd predicted that he'd be elected. San Diego is facing a fiscal cliff of its own

Giving Thanks for Nothing! - by Mark E. Smith

One Voter's Public Display of Ignorance

Gaza Slaughter is an Elections War - by Mark E. Smith

As an Election Boycott Movement activist, when I saw the headline, "Refusing the Elections War," my first thought was that somebody was calling for an election boycott.

Let's Hold Voters Accountable -- by Mark E. Smith

Israel has begun an intense attack on Palestinians living in besieged Gaza,
secure in the knowledge that they have the support of the United States and

Election Boycott News

We've just formed a new Election Boycott mailing list:

Some comments I posted today

These were made in response to various articles--I'll include a link to the article I'm responding to.


Scheerly He's Joking - by Mark E. Smith

Obamapologist Robert Scheer has just written an article for TruthDig entltled, "Yes We Can, We Did, and Now Obama's Second Term Is Our Responsibility."

Another radio interview - Gadsen Rising had me back on (audio)

This was the day before the election and I did the whole hour and a half.

It was fun. Mary Lou and Libby are delightful to talk with.

Ass Wins! - by Linh Dinh

So Americans have voted for more of the same, not because they reelected Obama, but because they went to the polls at all. As expected, the two corporate and eternal war candidates got nearly all of the votes, with the Libertarian’s, not even 1%, and the Green Party’s, less than a quarter of 1%.

Crime Without Punishment: From Chernobyl to 9/11 - by Mark E. Smith

I've just started reading the most remarkable book. It is called Chernobyl: Crimes Without Punishment, by Alla A. Yaroshinskaya, and I'm on page 75, but what I've learned so far is so important that I can't wait until I've finished the book to post about it.

The universe unraveling - by William Blum

The Southeast Asian country of Laos in the late 1950s and early 60s was a complex and confusing patchwork of civil conflicts, changes of government and switching loyalties. The CIA and the State Department alone could take credit for engineering coups at least once in each of the years 1958, 1959 and 1960.

Radio Interview on Gadsen Rising - (audio)

You have to scroll to the halfway point--there are two shows and I'm
on the second one.

Successful Election Boycott in Italy - by Mark E. Smith

This diary got me banned from Daily Kos. They called it trolling. Judge for yourself.


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