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Castro dead - It is somehow fitting.

Following the visits of the Rolling Stones and President Obama it seems fitting that Fidel Castro should bow out. It is the end of an era. 320 more words


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Why can not humans be content with their own life, why should they interfer with the lives of others, especially when there has been no request to do so. This has been evident from the start of time, by wishing to have what is not theirs, the abuse of power, the need to seek adventure, the desire to control, to possess for should we not be content with what we have. Is it not better to give than take? But then is giving always right for there is giving and there is giving. When the Western World took on Christianity, did we not wish to give this to others, whether they wished to receive it or not. When we set forth to find and explore the New World, did we understand what we were doing or going to do. We went to explore, but in doing so did we not invade, decimate the native inhabitants and impose our will, culture and beliefs on them. Then where there was resistance we would kill, maim and suppress the will of the people and eventually enslave them and we called this progress, but for whom.

Sir Philip Green’s £100m Superyacht Facing Seizure Under Plan To Help BHS Pensioners : Huffington Post.

Frank Field steps up the pressure

Sir Philip Green’s superyacht could be seized to pay the pensions of BHS workers under a radical new plan unveiled by MPs. 197 more words


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All means available should be immediately enforced to protect the BHS pensioners rights and Commoner Green should be made to pay. Action, not words.

European lawmakers call for end to Turkey EU membership talks | Reuters

The leaders of the European Parliament’s two largest groups called on Tuesday for the European Union to halt membership talks with Turkey because of its post-coup purges. 159 more words


Sharia in Germany: Muslim ties a rope around woman’s neck and drag her down the street behind his car

These kind of honor killings are common in the Arab world. She may have wanted a divorce, or she could have been a relative acting outside of male permission. 494 more words

Muslims WorldWide

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and this is only the beginning

People with dementia ‘routinely deprived of their rights’ | DisabledGo News and Blog

People with dementia are “routinely” deprived of their human rights, facing forced medication, institutionalisation and a denial of care and support. A group of disabled campaigners with dementia spoke out this week as they launched a “ground-breaking” new booklet that highlights their battle for rights. 127 more words


White privilege?

The world’s most famous toddler, Prince George, is a mere three years old. Born into a life of wealth and prestige, the young prince will experience the highs and lows that are part and parcel of the British royal family, through no fault of his own. 65 more words

The Regressive, Elitist, Violent Left

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Racism in any form from any quarter should not be tolerated and it not just from one sector, but racism can be in many forms, from any race or religion and for many reasons. You have the out and out racists who will never conform for they truely believe that they are best and everyone else is not, while another large area are the ignorant, who because of lack of knowledge distrust anyone who is different and here this ignorance can be against not just race, but the powerless, the homeless, the disabled and in some respects the seriously ill. Coupled with racism, is power and sometimes envy, but not always for they can also be on a stand alone basis. So it is sometimes difficult to understand and reason with persons in the aforementions areas. With regards to Prince George is it envy or jealousy, for some yes or for others it may not be as it could be the assumed power and in some respects possible racism. Can any of the above really be defeated and the simple answer is no, but it can be mitigated by reasoned arguement, especially to those who are not of the out and out extreme. It goes without saying that the world would be a much better place if there were no racism or abuse of power, but that is extremely unlikely to occur as over Europe and America the extreme is in high ascendant.