Thursday, May 3, 2012

Open letter to our Radical Party's comrades in Italy.

Dear Radical friends,

As you may know, Moscow’s authorities unlawfully prohibited nonviolent and peaceful action of protest (on Manezhnaya square) against future Putin’s inauguration. As you undoubtedly know, Putin’s “victory” on these elections was proclaimed officially, although the elections were not honest. The action will be performed by Russian oppositional activists from the different regions of Russian Federation on Manezhnaya square, in the very center of Moscow, at 7 o’clock p.m. of local time on May, 6.

We, Russian Nonviolent Radical Party’s (and\or “Free Radicals” libertarian movement’s) militants ask you to support Moscow’s action of May, 6 through picketing of Russian embassy in Rome on May, 6, or, if it will be impossible that day, on May, 7.

Thank you very much for your possible support.

Sincerely, -
Alex Moma
Serge Konstantinov
Oleg Vasiliev
Sergey Kostylyov
Maria Smirnova
Vsevolod Chernozub
Olga Antonova

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Until now, it is one of only two (this, and American 'Radio Liberty') Russian-speaking radios I am listening.

MOSCOW — The editor in chief of an influential Russian radio station recently rebuked by Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin for its biting criticism of the Kremlin stepped down from the station’s board of directors on Tuesday after its government-controlled owners announced changes in the board’s membership, including the removal of its only two independent members.

The editor, Aleksei A. Venediktov, said that he would remain in charge of the newsroom at the station, Ekho Moskvy, but that he would not remain on the nine-member board. The authorities said that politics were not involved in the decision to reshuffle the board, but the shake-up at the station, which is controlled by Russia’s government-owned natural gas monopoly, Gazprom, nevertheless sent a chill through the journalistic world here.......

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

1941 e.v. Thelemic Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


"the law of
the strong:
this is our law
and the joy
of the world."
—AL. II. 21

"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law." —AL. I. 40

"thou hast no right but to do thy will. Do that, and no other shall say nay." —AL. I. 42–3

"Every man and every woman is a star." —AL. I. 3

There is no god but man.
1. Man has the right to live by his own law—
to live in the way that he wills to do:
to work as he will:
to play as he will:
to rest as he will:
to die when and how he will.
2. Man has the right to eat what he will:
to drink what he will:
to dwell where he will:
to move as he will on the face of the earth.
3. Man has the right to think what he will:
to speak what he will:
to write what he will:
to draw, paint, carve, etch, mould, build as he will:
to dress as he will.
4. Man has the right to love as he will:—
"take your fill and will of love as ye will,
when, where, and with whom ye will." —AL. I. 51
5. Man has the right to kill those who would thwart these rights.
"the slaves shall serve." —AL. II. 58

"Love is the law, love under will." —AL. I. 57