By Stewart Ogilby on June 3, 2013
Mr. Karl Marx, when solitarily contemplating the condition and future of humanity in the bowels of the British Museum, illuminated the relationship between those who control wealth and those who, he concluded, create it. In doing so he necessarily postulated class warfare. That concept became a rallying cry for those using political means to propel themselves into power. When successful they would, thereby, control wealth and aggressively employ State military power to further their own objectives. This charming scenario was exposed brilliantly in 1957 by Milovan Djilas in The New Class.
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NEO – Saakashvili finds extradition protection in Ukraine
Posted by Jim W. Dean on February 21, 2015
The Georgian Government is Upset with Poroshenko’s “Presidential Advisor”
Mikheil Saakashvili , of all people, has become a “presidential advisor” to Ukraine’s new incumbent, Petro Poroshenko.
The Georgian government is understandably rather upset that Ukraine, a country it sees as a friend, has appointed him to such a key post.