Archive for April, 2013

Video: The Max Keiser Report no 427

Saturday, April 6th, 2013

Video published on Russia Today RT, 29.15 min, April 3, 2013: Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss an entire population living beyond thanks to an economy benefiting from crime. They also talk about capital flight, banksters exempt from RICO and Bitcoin destroying the state. In the second half of the show, Max talks to the original silver guru, David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com about the latest in silver, Crash JPM and silver standards in Utah.

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Friday, April 5th, 2013

Abattoir Alternative: Are Guns More Humane than Slaughterhouses?

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Published on Spiegel Online International, by Günther Stockinger, April 03, 2013.

The experience of dying at a slaughterhouse is “an enormous ordeal” for cattle. A farm in northern Germany is proposing an alternative: shooting the livestock in the places they live. Many believe the method provides a stress-free death for the animals … //

… A Stress-Free Death:  Read the rest of this entry »

Occupy Vision – Chapter 3: Parpolity

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Published on ZNet, by Mark Evans and Michael Albert, April 01, 2013.

Chapter 3: Self Management Implies Parpolity:

This is the chapter three of Occupy Vision, which is the second volume of the three volume set titled Fanfare for the Future. In coming days we will post the book’s eight chapters. You can find out more about Occupy Theory, Occupy Vision, and Occupy Strategy, as well as how to purchase the books in print or for ebook reading, at Z’s book page for them – which is here// Read the rest of this entry »

Occupy Sandy builds worker power in Far Rockaway

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Published on Waging NonViolence, by Peter Rugh, March 27, 2013.

Three and a half months ago, the walls upstairs at the Church of the Prophecy in Far Rockaway, a low-income coastal neighborhood of New York City, were covered with maps of where help was most needed. The church was a hub for the Occupy Sandy relief effort after Hurricane Sandy. Now, nearly five months after the hurricane struck, the maps have been replaced by posters extolling the virtues of collective struggle and art made by neighborhood children enrolled in Occupy Sandy’s twice-weekly after-school program.   Read the rest of this entry »

Solving the Syrian riddle

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Published on openDemocrazy, by JIHAD YAZIGI, March 26, 2013.

The only Arab country where protests started from rural areas might find itself facing an internationally funded reconstruction which will award money to urban centres, thus abandoning the very roots of the current crisis. The only solution is to build economic awareness. Starting from now.   Read the rest of this entry »