Recent Reviews for Robert Allan Williams
A Response to Tom Lock of Oberlin (Article) - 9/18/2009 4:16:58 AM|
Very well done.
Five Billionaires and their Five Hundred Friends (Article) - 1/25/2009 6:31:31 AM
Right you are, Robert. The American people no longer have a say as to who will be president OF The United States.... only as to who will be president TO The United States. Good Article...sad situation.
Five Billionaires and their Five Hundred Friends (Article) - 1/21/2009 11:54:20 PM
Blood on hands of Bush and his cronies (Article) - 10/24/2008 4:42:57 PM
Yes, they should try Bush, Cheney, Rummie and the rest for crimes against the nation. While they are at it, they should deal with the thieves who have destroyed the american and world economy through their greed and stupidity. Malcolm Watts BA MSW
Conservatives should stand up and denounce the Bush Crime Familiy (Article) - 10/22/2008 3:52:12 AM
As Christopher Hitchens has said, religion poisons everything. Relgion is the broth in the neocon stew. Good article, well stated. Malcolm Watts.
Hypocrisy in America: a call to action (Article) - 4/24/2008 12:55:51 PM
I think your article has some similarities with my book "The Road to the Third World". If you like, check it out and email me with your opinions.
U.S. continues British imperial tradition (Article) - 7/3/2007 8:37:40 AM
There is another choice for the future hope of America. Please visit the following website which is a source of a lot of great information: http://www.draftgore.com/
Love & Light always and in all ways,
Impeach Bush, Exit Iraq (Article) - 3/19/2006 7:10:54 PM
Thanks for writing this. It's so true, and many refuse to pull their heads out of the sand (or bible) long enough to see it.
Reflections on the "Bring Them Home Now" Tour Stop in Oberlin (Article) - 9/14/2005 3:27:19 PM
To say that Afghans had anything to do with the Twin Towers attack is like saying that the Beverly Hillbillies did OKC. But too many people, including peace activists, have taken the government's line of balderdash on Afghanistan ---- not all of us bought that line any more than we bought the Iraq line of bushit. Thanks for the great article, and thanks for being part of the solution.
Cal Thomas's Double Standard (Article) - 7/13/2005 1:15:41 PM
Excellent article. I think the most important line for me is this: The question that comes to a critical mind is what would make Cal Thomas write an opening sentence like this? The answer to that question tells us why we are being fed so much false information. Hope more critical minds wake up soon and ask this question.
Give an ordinary man your vote for president (Article) - 1/13/2005 11:42:40 AM
Very interesting article above, but i couldn't access the links you gave us...perhaps there's something wrong with the address?
Confidential Informant T-10: the Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan and the Reality of his Times (Article) - 8/26/2004 11:15:58 AM
a posthumous informative article.
Inept handling of foreign affairs (Article) - 4/26/2004 12:24:10 AM
Timely article! Thanks for sharing,
Take troops out of Iraq (Article) - 4/13/2004 7:20:26 AM
Informative article, thanks for posting...Strange though not a single reader stopped to leave a review:)
Posted a new article (Thanks Allah for Al Jazeera). Look forward to your feedback.
Hypocrisy in America: a call to action (Article) - 12/12/2003 8:35:50 AM
I really feel sorry for the many nice people in America and British who are now paying the price of their leaders' folly. This is a sad sad world.
Israeli tactics aim to induce Palestinians to accept new, smaller Palestine (Article) - 12/12/2003 8:29:37 AM
This is most unfortunate. Thanks for sharing.
Hypocrisy in America: a call to action (Article) - 12/1/2003 1:57:13 PM
Hair raisingly powerful and in the final analysis, deeply loving and caring to the American and British people who are not being served well by their politicians and whose human rights are being gradually eroded by the covert dynamics that are rapidly infiltrating the process of decision- making and frustrating the dream of a multicultural, pluralistic, non-violent twenty first century of peace harmony and prosperity
Report on American-powered British Empire (Article) - 11/29/2003 11:08:51 AM
This is so true, a scenario that's today so obvious to the Arab on the street...A well written/researched article, thanks for sharing it!
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 1/22/2009 10:45:12 AM
Awesome poem. Love your writing style.
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 1/21/2009 11:50:08 PM
A lot said in such few words. Well written.
I Shoot Civilians (Poetry) - 1/21/2009 11:48:07 PM
Very deep and powerful. Sounds like civilians were shot by accident.
I Shoot Civilians (Poetry) - 12/22/2008 12:01:21 PM
Poignant and meaningful. Love and peace to you,
NO GOLD TO PAY (Poetry) - 9/29/2007 8:58:35 AM
History needs to be told by those who lose, suffer, and are dominated, not by those who rule the world.
I Shoot Civilians (Poetry) - 9/29/2007 8:55:56 AM
The stupidity of the previous comment allows the reader to appreciate even more the simple and frightening truth of your poem.
Great concision, striking words.
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 6/14/2006 6:30:55 AM
Good poem! There's nothing so sweet and delicious quite like fresh picked and boiled corn on the cob, with butter and a tiny bit of salt and pepper! Yum!
River of Death (Poetry) - 6/14/2006 6:27:44 AM
I enjoy your poetry!
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 6/14/2006 6:19:44 AM
Thank you poet, for the history lesson and the poem!
I Shoot Civilians (Poetry) - 1/3/2006 6:22:23 PM
Sounds like a good plan to me.
Stopping by America on Search for India (Poetry) - 10/28/2005 3:37:41 AM
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 10/28/2005 3:36:10 AM
Made me smile, thank you!
June Strawberries (Poetry) - 10/28/2005 3:35:24 AM
Very delicious indeed!
Sugar Snap Pea (Poetry) - 10/28/2005 3:33:55 AM
Stopping by America on Search for India (Poetry) - 7/2/2005 10:36:57 AM
And gold (money) continues to rule the world to this day. Thank you, Robert. Love and peace. Regis
NO GOLD TO PAY (Poetry) - 7/2/2005 10:35:19 AM
Another sad slice of man's history, Robert. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 7/2/2005 10:33:54 AM
Delightful presentation, Robert. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
Sugar Snap Pea (Poetry) - 7/2/2005 10:32:40 AM
I love the feelings these verses evoke and the meaning within. Thank you for sharing this offering, Robert. Love and peace. Regis
June Strawberries (Poetry) - 6/27/2005 9:20:37 AM
A delicious offering. Thank you. Love and peace. Regis
June Strawberries (Poetry) - 6/2/2005 9:56:04 AM
now you've done it...you have made me HONGRY!! YUMMERS!! LOL well done! :)
June Strawberries (Poetry) - 6/2/2005 4:38:46 AM
Delicious! June's all the better for it.
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 6/1/2005 9:15:25 AM
makes you feel like clicking your heels
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 6/1/2005 4:35:58 AM
This is one happy poem. I'll dance to the tune! Enjoyed.
Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
Sweet Corn (Poetry) - 6/1/2005 2:53:15 AM
this made me feel merry,felt like singing and dancing.
and of course i adore sweet corn!
Stopping by America on Search for India (Poetry) - 2/26/2005 4:11:01 PM
gold was certainly the motivator for many a journey ... well penned ...
Stopping by America on Search for India (Poetry) - 2/22/2005 3:22:17 PM
A very realistic write and so well done.
River of Death (Poetry) - 2/15/2005 11:42:46 AM
wonderful visuals, robert; thanks for sharing! well done!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your tx. friend, karen lynn. :D
River of Death (Poetry) - 2/14/2005 5:32:05 PM
Great imagery, the chaos comes alive here....
River of Death (Poetry) - 2/14/2005 4:18:09 PM
This is intriging write and thanks for the post.
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/10/2005 8:51:46 AM
old andy was a product of his times, and the trail of tears a devasting event to red and brown peoples of that time. the numbers vary, but the true magnitude of the crime stands. an indignant evocation, poet.
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/10/2005 8:47:48 AM
ah, freedom. through writing? most definitely a goal worth striving for!
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/9/2005 2:43:28 AM
Very interesting. Thank you for sharing this one.
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/7/2005 4:25:35 PM
A most interesting and informative poem here.
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/7/2005 4:15:07 PM
I'm holding a few German poems back so if I get in trouble I'll translate them and get out! Or doesn't that work at Leavenworth?
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/7/2005 3:38:54 PM
This was informative as well as pleasing poetically!
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/7/2005 3:28:07 PM
glad we don't have a debtor's prison here, i'd probably have been trying to write my way out already
Tower of London School of Writing (Poetry) - 2/7/2005 2:07:29 PM
Very Clever lol
A story of triumph over the odds and a history lesson for me to boot!
Enjoyed your rhyme
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/6/2005 5:33:17 AM
a very well written poem of "historic" significance ...
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/5/2005 10:41:16 AM
Heartbreaking, shameful facts presented masterfully in this well written poem! Thank you!
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/4/2005 6:33:57 AM
i have so much to say on things of this nature
but you my friend have said it all!!!
and lets just see how long the lies will go on
thanksfor putting yourself out there
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/2/2005 7:38:37 PM
This is a dynamic and compelling way to tell the truth of a tragic time in history. A very graceful rhythm and well worked rhyme. :)
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/2/2005 7:16:40 PM
Thanks for sharing this poem
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/2/2005 6:04:48 PM
Well I never realized until now that it was Andrew Jackson that started this trail of tears and some of my forefathers walked it.
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/2/2005 4:28:33 PM
we ought to be ashamed of ourselves for treating the first americans this way. appalling! but still a very good write; thanks for sharing!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :( >tears <
Trail of Tears (Poetry) - 2/2/2005 3:09:57 PM
We talk strong about the injustices around the world, yet we don't acknowledge the genocide this nation practiced on its own people.
Sad Times (Poetry) - 1/13/2005 11:46:12 AM
I know what you mean...
Love the rhythm in this one.
Common Cause (Poetry) - 3/19/2004 3:58:17 AM
Robert this poem is a knock-knock on unlce Sams door to his concsions...bravo!!!!1
Common Cause (Poetry) - 2/10/2004 10:51:26 AM
In just few words you've said so much! Like the drum drum sound of the poem...as if your trying to wake up some sleepy souls:)
Common Cause (Poetry) - 1/19/2004 2:14:50 PM
A great courageous consciousness, deep enough to penetrate the massive brain washing that humans have been subject to since the advent of Edward Bernays and his public-manipulation theories and practice. Many aware people are aware about the darkness but everyone needs clear vision of feasible solutions and resolutions that transcend the path of just chronic criticism and incrimination of "others" and transcendsthe trap of violence/counter-violence.
Common Cause (Poetry) - 1/16/2004 10:49:47 PM
I love Michael Jackson. I think he's the most talented human alive. It's been that way for a while. I don't believe he's a child molester, but he was arraigned on such charges yesterday. People by the thousands came out to protest. Flew in from other countries, even. Fans protested in Moscow; they protested in Bucharest and in London. I watched this all day on the news. Hours of it. Watched as much as I could and it still isn't over--and that's just the arraignment. I love Michael Jackson. But I would never protest on his behalf. Protesting should be reserved for important things. Things such as, for instance, when the Bush Machine steals the presidency, destroys the economy, fakes an attack on its country, creates Homeland Security, hires Iran/Contra criminals to run it, kills civil liberties, taxes the poor, illegally declares war on the world, appoints racist/sexist judges without Congressional approval, pisses on the environment, standardizes voting machines to reflect Florida, 2000, and slips bits of Patriot Act II into every bill that crosses his desk. To name a few. I love Michael jackson. But maybe that's because I'm forced to. He's the only thing on TV that's newsworthy. Yet and still, I know his battle is not worth fighting for. Not this year.
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 1/3/2004 3:51:47 PM
Eloquent, short and very profound. You stretch perceptions full circle reaching awareness that is resisted by most yet in that awareness lies the true road to security and peace.
HAPPY NEW YEAR,
Tarek Ali Hassan
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 12/27/2003 1:45:50 PM
Yes, war is senseless in any form and on the same side of the coin goes the old cliche, "You reap what you sow!"
Sadly throughout all histories it has been the practice of peoples to destroy what they can NOT control and convert!
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 12/26/2003 12:39:56 AM
Great message in so few words, welldone!
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 12/24/2003 2:25:01 AM
I am on the other side of the fence, when they bombed the World Trade Center, I declared war on all of them.
I Want my Country Back (Poetry) - 12/23/2003 6:39:31 AM
Well, I certainly do hate war. Are you familiar with Distant Echoes? It's a Veteran's magazine edited by E.W. Richardson whom you can find here on Authors' Den. You might like my poem "Winds of War" posted here on Authors' Den and also on the homepage for Grandmothers' Call To End War, and on various websites around the world as well as in The Neovictorian/ Cochlea and elsewhere.