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Who Can You Trust??? NOBODY!!!

Once again the United States allows others countries to take all the pain and economic down turn when the responsibility is firmly theirs!

When the Soviet Union collapsed and Ukraine became an independent country it had the third largest nuclear arsenal in the world after the USA and Russia.  254 more words


Handle with Care

the morning news unsettles
and reminds
for many there is no luxury
to look for daily balance

only the beginning of an end

lives blasted out of the sky… 105 more words


pearlz reblogged this on Ripple Poetry and commented:

A poem for peace

Before there was European contact within BC, (Alexander MacKenzie had yet to traverse across the landscape – 1792), the King of England passed a Royal Proclamation in 1763 regarding aboriginal rights in his new territory that would eventually become Canada. 571 more words


This One's For You, JT

Published on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Common Dreams

Buying Up the Planet: Out-of-control Central Banks on a Corporate Buying Spree

by Ellen Brown

A 2008 protest against the Federal Reserve Bank in Charlotte, NC (Credit: Justin Ruckman/cc/flickr) 1,438 more words

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The Invasion of America

Genocide and slavery provided the means for the establishment of the white racial state that is benignly referred to as the United States of America. When Columbus arrived in the so-called New World in 1492, an estimated 8 million Indians lived in the area that currently comprises the U.S. 83 more words


Remedy for the Indian problem

Starting in 1701, the government made treaties with the Indians living in Canada. The treaties were rather open-ended arrangements, promising schooling and health care, giving the Indians parcels of land for their exclusive use, but not limiting their right to hunt, fish, and trap wherever they wanted. 934 more words

Faith And Life

Chinese Tanks

Chinese Tanks

once a Chinese peasant / tired of eating dung

wrote a little protest song / about Mao Tse Tung

Mao caught that peasant / on some river bank… 155 more words

G.A. Miller Presents Photos With Hats In Them