Pablo Ouziel is an activist and a freelance writer based in Spain. His work has appeared in many progressive media including Znet, Palestine Chronicle, Thomas Paine¹s Corner and Atlantic Free Press. (full text).
And: He is a sociologist … located in Barcelona, Spain.
And: Pablo Ouziel has international experience in Business Development and Corporate Communications having worked from London and New York, developing communications strategies and dealing with investor relations for many world leading companies. He was also co-founder of Latinia Corporation and Appareo Corporation, and currently is CEO of Can Poeti SL, a branding communications company which he runs together with his wife, and focuses on supporting projects around the globe in the areas of sustainability, ecology and health. Pablo also sits on the Board of Directors of Mas Claperol, the oldest organic dairy farm in Catalunya, Spain, (on Atlantic Free Press, scroll down, down, down … ).
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He says: “If one believes that Auschwitz was a consequence of the rise of fascism, it’s certainly too late now to avoid Guantanamo” … (in failed fascist states).
But it has got to happen. “Fascism is here today because we allowed it to be here,” writes Pablo Ouziel in his excellent short piece, “Failed Fascist States.” Yes, we allowed it to be here. We have been wretchedly stupid. And now we’ve got to wake up, look straight at it, and get rid of it. Otherwise, as said, we are doomed. Paul Craig Roberts is capable of looking straight at it, or at its effects … (full text, March 23, 2008).
Geopolitical Rebirth, Feb. 18, 2008.
He writes also: “One cannot deny that corporate greed, political fraud and financial theft, are upon us with such catastrophic magnitudes that the average citizen has lost all hope in equality and fairness. Democracy has become the slogan of the powerful to justify their actions before the masses, Christ has been caricatured as the symbol of irrelevance, and our climate and ultimately us, are suffering this calamity. All this is within the grasp of anyone who watches CNN with a bit of intuition and reads between the lines” … (full text).
He writes: Solidarity flourishes the more adverse our external reality gets. Somehow during hardship, as humans we have an innate intuition which draws us closer to each other. Sure, it seems unreal in a time of such consequential conflict in the global society we are constructing, to be talking about fraternal unity. After all, what we are witnessing are the repercussions of a divided world between the rich and the poor and the East and the West. Despite all this, the truth remains that if we observe closely enough there is right now a structural battle being fought which will determine the future of the next generations and our own. Yes, it is true that there are unjust wars being fought on our behalf without our true consent or educated knowledge; the suffering of innocent people in Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan and many others which receive far less media attention, will sit on our consciousness for generations … (full text).
He writes also: … So, although under the leadership of King Juan Carlos, Spain did formally complete its transition from dictatorship to democracy with the Spanish Constitution of 1978, leaving in place a constitutional monarchy, it would be hard to believe that someone who swore loyalty to a brutal fascist would have no animosity to such ideals. For this reason as a Spaniard, it is disappointing for me to see how people around the world receive the media sound bites regarding the heated exchange between a King and a president, without being granted the opportunity to understand the historical events which lead to such a situation. Both Aznar and the King of Spain have embraced fascism at some point in their lives and have built their power upon its foundations, so although one today would struggle to openly proof the statement that they are currently fascists, it can at least be said of them, that at one point both of them certainly were. For this reason, I choose to do two things, one is to correct the statement by the Spanish newspaper El Mundo; “The King has put Chavez in his place in the name of all Spaniards,” – by saying that he has certainly not done so in my name, and secondly, I wish to address all those moralists discussing Chavez’s manners, by asking them whether they think it was good manners for Aznar to support a coup against Hugo Chavez, and whether they think it was good manners and a show of love to the Spanish people, when the King swore loyalty to the brutal dictator who killed so many of our relatives. (full text).
Iraq, The Unavoidable Global Trauma.
The Justice Editor covers a wide variety of issues such as human rights, poverty, the law, policing, courts, global inequities, international development, fair trade and many other justice issues. Pablo Ouziel has international experience in Business Development and Corporate Communications having worked from London and New York, developing communications strategies for large multinational corporations. After a change in perspective he set up together with his wife Can Poeti SL, a branding communications company which focuses on supporting projects around the globe in the areas of sustainability, ecology and health. Pablo sits on the Board of Directors of Mas Claperol, the oldest organic dairy farm in Catalunya, Spain and is an active member of the People Media Project, a global media platform that focuses on the promotion of an informative and balanced understanding of global issues, conflicts and concerns. Pablo Ouziel is an activist and a free lance writer who lives in the countryside near Barcelona, Spain. His work also appears in other progressive media including Znet, Palestine Chronicle, Thomas Paine’s Corner, Atlantic Free Press and Newsdaily Canada. (Justice Editor at Peace, Earth and Justice News, scroll down).
The Spanish monarchy’s clash with socialism, Nov. 16, 2007.
I could not cope with the fact that it was one more tentacle of the huge propaganda machine elaborated to misinform the majority, in benefit of a small yet powerful minority. Today I realize that CNN is our closest ally, every image that it shows, every speech that it airs, every conclusion that it draws, calls one more human to civil disobedience. Past acts of civil disobedience regained for us our stolen rights and determined our present; today?s acts are shaping our future … (full text).
Find him and his publications on Atlantic Free Press (down click on articles); on The American Cronicle; on Global Research.ca; on zoomInfo; on Ohmy News; on LAchronicle; on ; on Google Group-search; on Google Blog-search.