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#654 2-fer Karl Marx

Marc Jones has Karl Marx with a 1:30 am birth time. This gives the German political philosopher 10 Aquarius as his ascendant — “artisan in mosaic glass” the call for careful and sophisticated consideration of subtle distinctions before the execution of one’s great work.” It gets the keyword of “Planning” according to McClung as the key is keeping the end in mind. 224 more words

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17 July 2019

Economic relations between Japan and South Korea are deteriorating, as Japan has announced some onerous trading rules on South Korean importers. The roots of the dispute are historical, not economic, as South Korea has argued that Japan has reneged on some of its promises concerning apologies and restitution for… 456 more words

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16 July 2019

Vali Nasr has written a short article for The Atlantic on how China is filling the vacuum in Iran created by the Trump Administration. As many companies, both in the US and Europe, pull out of their investments in Iran to avoid US sanctions, China and its companies are moving in. 250 more words

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15 July 2019

Over the weekend, US President Trump tweeted some highly offensive and inappropriate comments about four Congresswomen: Reps. Ayanna Pressley (Mass.), Rashida Tlaib (Mich.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.) and Ilhan Omar (Minn.). 318 more words

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Tertulia Internacionalista V en CDMX: Mandela + 100

El próximo sábado 27 de julio a las 4 p.m. realizaremos nuestra quinta tertulia para internacionalistas.

Compartiremos impresiones sobre los aportes de Conversaciones conmigo mismo y El largo camino de la libertad de Nelson Mandela. 59 more words

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A tale of two leaders: Alan Garcia of Peru and Marcelo Oberbrecht of Brazil

Alan Gabriel Ludwig Garcia Perez was born May 23, 1949, Lima, Peru at 3 am. This gives him the symbol of 16 Libra (HS) “terrific winds in the stratosphere.” Coupled with Neptune at 13 Libra explains a lot of his personality that seems more undulations of bravado than plans. 1,405 more words

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11 July 2019

MIT’s Technology Review has a very short article which suggests that global spending on renewable energy sources is slowing dramatically. According to the report:

“Worldwide funding of clean-energy projects fell to its lowest level in six years, in a staggering blow to the battle against climate change.

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