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Blind Leading the Blind...

Ok, so I’ve been a way for a while, but I finally have something on my mind that I think warrants a little discussion. Today we live in an age where information is readily available at the touch of a button, but yet we have some of the most disconnected people walking around day in and day out who only listen to what they are fed. 920 more words


Refuse to be enemies

News about the horrific destruction and violent annihilation of human life in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, is a constant reminder that the life we live in here in Australia is a sheltered and privileged one compared to so many others around the world. 458 more words

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Kobayashi Maru, Stupor Elites... from the Krath...

I sent the best character assassins after the stupor elites… themselves and their own foolishness.

See Here: http://www.commondreams.org/views/2014/07/23/obamas-hot-war

And Here: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/23/world/crises-cascade-and-converge-testing-obama.html?ref=todayspaper

Isn’t it sad how the people shall turn on the 1% (when I say the people I mean both the righteous… 55 more words

Why Do We Need The United Nations?

The world is stunned by the shoot down of MH17. The world is rocked by Israel’s invasion of the Gaza strip in order to protect itself from the cowardly terrorists that hide behind woman and children. 831 more words

Russia vs. USA

I grew up with many Russian neighbours in a very ethnic neighbourhood in French Canada. To this day one of my favourite foods is Pierogi, even though it is considered a ‘poor mans dish’. 215 more words

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Freedoms Home Season Underway

It’s not often that one of the world’s best tennis players rolls through town. But that’s exactly what’s happening this week.

The Philadelphia Freedoms’ 2014 season kicked off last week on the road, and it continues at the Villanova University Pavilion this week when Victoria Azarenka and the Freedoms take on the San Diego Aviators at 7 p.m. 354 more words

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