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Syria: United Nations, World At Moment Of Truth.

By Jerry Alatalo

fter calling for an emergency meeting of the United Nations (UN) Security Council, the representatives of the United States, United Kingdom and France walked out of the meeting while Syrian UN Ambassador Bashar Jaafari addressed the council. 931 more words

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What I Am (Post-)#MondayMemoirs

Please do me a favor and ignore the fact that it’s already past-Monday¬†everywhere.¬†I have no actual valid reason. Here is my Monday hash-potato, nonetheless. 133 more words

Personal Space


I see as the river Jhelum,

Gushes out through the chasm

Cutting across the two Mountains

Severing the land into two

As the first ray of light… 160 more words


If the USA and Russia could change places

My experience and knowledge of foreign countries is limited, but I try to understand foreign leaders by putting myself in their place, and imagining what I would do if I were them. 666 more words


Marc Jampole: Where do the two candidates stand on the issues?

Here is an issue-by-issue comparison of the two leading presidential candidates’ positions. One represents the most progressive national program in the history of this country, the other a hodgepodge of rightwing economics and populism. 2,581 more words

Opinion Leaders

Vladimir Putin's 9/11

In September, 1999, Russia was wracked by a series of explosions that President Vladimir Putin blamed on Chechen terrorists.

It solidified Putin’s power and popularity, and enable him to launch his own “war on terror” against the breakaway province of Chechnya. 537 more words

War And Peace

Prosecute The Sponsors Of Terrorism.

By Jerry Alatalo

ournalist for RT Caleb Maupin had a brief interview of Syria’s United Nations Ambassador Bashar Jaafari in New York City recently. The Syrian people’s six (6) year nightmare continues, and it remains unknown whether a sufficient percentage of humanity will learn the truth quickly enough to act in preventing the potential outbreak of world war. 306 more words

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