Muslims For Nader/Camejo

A blog on the Nader/Camejo 2004 Presidential campaigen - exposing the racket of the two corporate parties - with a special focus on issues of concerns for Muslims. This blog is UNOFFICIAL and is NOT endorsed by the official Nader for 2004 presidential campaigen. Blog update daily and several times a day - come back often! Contact:

Saturday, October 30, 2004

Power Concedes Nothing Without A Demand!

“Ours is a long-term struggle to restore the human future to human control of the corporate/government complex. The great lesson to be learned from Kerry's wobbly and fearful campaign to date is that we will not prevail in the historic struggle against imperial corporate power by yielding to it. Unconditional surrender to the "least worst" candidate is an intellectual dead-end, an endless retreat. One need look no further than Kerry's recent endorsement of Bush's plans to reconquer the southern cities and towns of Iraq to recognize that failure to resist is complicity. Remember the immortal words of Frederick Douglass, the great abolitionist: "Power concedes nothing without a demand."" -Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader’s quote of Frederick Douglass is no accident, he is recalling another critical struggle in American history - the one against slavery. It was the growth of a dissenting minority that finally saw the end of this institution in the US . What we face today is not only of concern internal to the US - but very importantly about how the US relates to other nations, and especially with regards to countries with Muslim majority populations.

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