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' Barack Obama Calls for ' New Order ' Hesitating Not to Add ' World ' But Adding and a Collectivised System to Calm People's Concerns Over Geopolitical Strife '

#AceWorldNews – During a fundraiser in Seattle this week, President Barack Obama called for a “new order” based around a collectivized system in order to quell people’s concerns about geopolitical strife and… 248 more words


Jim Lantern reblogged this on The Lantern Journal and commented:

No one would have believed in the early years of the 21st century that our world was being plotted against by arrogant egotistical people believing their intelligence to be greater than all others; that as We the People busied ourselves about our various concerns, an enemy of capitalism, democracy, and freedom, observed and studied their intended victims, the way a person with a microscope might scrutinize the creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water. With apparent infinite complacency, people went to and fro about the country, overconfident about their lives upon this world. Yet across the dark gulf of politics, the federal government – vast and cold and unsympathetic – regarded We the People with angry eyes, while carefully drawing their conspiracy and treason plans against us under the direction of their new leader – our future dictator, Obama.

War on women

While the Democrats prattle on about how allowing a Christian employer to decline to supply abortion drugs somehow constitutes a “war on women”, Islamists in Iraq show what… 456 more words


Crude Bounces, Product Margins Squeezed

The Week in Perspective

Presented by:  PAPCO Trading & Supply

Refined product prices continued their move lower for a 4th week in a row while crude oil rebounded. 2,295 more words

Commercial Fuel

Sounds From Dangerous Places: Sonic Journalism | Peter Cusack

‘What can we learn of dangerous places by listening to their sounds?’

‘Sonic Journalism’ is the aural equivalent of photojournalism. It describes the practice where field recordings play a major role in the discussion and documentation of places, issues and events and where listening to sounds of all kinds strongly informs the approach to research and following narratives whilst on location. 175 more words


What You Should Know About Azerbaijan

Source: New Eastern Outlook, by Ulson Gunnar, July 6, 2014

Azerbaijan and its population of nine and a half million, sits along the western coast of the Caspian Sea, bordering Russia to its north, Iran to its south, and Georgia, Armenia, and Turkey to its west. 699 more words

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