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Monsanto, the Pentagon’s Soldier and the Colombian “Peace Process”

by Elena Sharoykina, from Global Research

In a nationwide referendum on the 2nd October 2016 Colombian voters rejected the government’s peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the biggest extreme-left guerrilla movement (FARC-EP, Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia – Ejército del Pueblo, FARC). 1,281 more words

The Story in Paintings: Mariana - Shakespeare or Tennyson?

Artists of all periods since have painted characters and scenes from the plays of William Shakespeare. Some – such as Hamlet, King Lear, the witches from Macbeth, and Romeo and Juliet – have been generally popular. 1,796 more words


The Story in Paintings: Philip Hermogenes Calderon 2, Shakespeare and the naked saint

Following the success of his Broken Vows and subsequent work, particularly his mediaeval Home After Victory, Philip Hermogenes Calderon (1833–1898) was elected a full member of the Royal Academy in 1867. 1,128 more words


The Story in Paintings: Philip Hermogenes Calderon 1, the Bible and morals

As with the French Impressionists, there were many artists who were associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement who are little-known today. Every so often I stumble across one – … 1,253 more words


I wander, and I'm lost

I started this blog about two or three months ago. I was motivated to do anything. I had just graduated college, and I was ready to do anything. 296 more words

Andrea Calderon

Mi vida como un perro

En el cine se viven experiencias ajenas sin moverse de una butaca, que se vuelve experiencia propia, por vivida, claro, como espectador. Sales de tu casa, cierras la puerta, caminas un rato, pagas una entrada y te sientas en tu sitio, y de repente se puede viajar muy lejos, o correr aventuras impensables sin sufrir riesgo alguno, excepto el de quedarse atrapado al otro lado como le pasó a… 431 more words


Calderon: Real Madrid Probably Cannot Afford Pogba

Paul Pogba’s drawing close move to Manchester United probably means that Real Madrid cannot afford to sign him, according to the club former president Ramon Calderon. 263 more words

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