[rohrpost] GIZ, Telekommunisten, Bundeswehr

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Fre Feb 1 19:02:16 CET 2013

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Directory's Fr., 01.02.2013 14:40 (Unicode)
[+]--unfair linkings
 |   "Das Beste (...) Open Strategies (...)."
 |   "Mit dem Ziel professionelle Kommunikation mit 
 |   gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung zu kombinieren 
 |   arbeitet 10hoch16 fuer Kunden wie 
 |   Amnesty International, Oxfam, Wikimedia, 
 |   die GIZ (...)."
 |        |
 |        |
 |       [-]--"Official Miscommunication Platform of 
 |        |   transmediale 2013, supported by the 
 |        |   German international cooperation agency GIZ, 
 |        |   and the collaborative production of  
 |        |   Telekommunisten and (...)."
 |        |   http://www.postinterface.com/index.php?option=com_
 |        |   content&view=article&id=223
 |        |
 |       [-]--GIZ + Bundeswehr
 |            http://www.german-foreign-policy.com/en/fulltext/
 |            57947/print?PHPSESSID=q99rrh6snv0g0ob9pjb0rp0i15
[-]--Back When Germany Made No Wars
[-]--A link from here to there doesn't 'mean' a link from 
 |   there to here when every link can be possible. In other 
 '   words: A Henry Kissinger in Lombardi's mappings linked to 
 .   XYZ can be a hypothecial Kissinger in the context. So a 
 .   mapping of lines and positions offers a Gestalt of 
 .   closenessness but explicates no functions of the here and 
 .   there, as concept mapping may does.
     Besides this (little) grammar the linking 
     GIZ---Bundeswehr---Telekommunisten has a polemically 
 .   function. pólemos, the war, defines ongoings sometimes.
     The figure
           GIZ (G)---Bundeswehr (B)---Telekommunisten (T)
     may be wrong. Set G supports B, T does not necessarily  
     support B (one knows or hopes). Or does one need more or  
     less more Anti-Aristotelian logics for this? Why is B the 
     center here and not T? Another try:
           GIZ (G)---Telekommunisten (T)---Bundeswehr (B)
     Set G supports T, but B does not support T one can ask 
     whether the line is broken or actually has this shape:
           GIZ (G)---Telekommunisten (T)   Bundeswehr (B)
             |                                 |
     If so there is simply a gap between Telekommunisten and 
     the Bundeswehr and co-operation doesn't mean a thing at 
     this point.
     So let's ask what "support" may be (influence, ressources, 
     ideology?) and shift the emphasis since we have no one 
     way direction in Rohrpost Systems: 
     T (supported by G) supports G as well but T does not 
     support B (supported by G). G is an incorporation (GmbH) 
     and its main customer is the Bundesministerium fuer 
     wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (Federal 
     Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development). Why 
     does T deal with Economic Cooperation and Development and 
 .   why is B doing the same?
`.´ (bang!)
´ `

Susi Meyer