2013-05-01: Europe’s Moral Quandary: The High Human Price of Cheap T-Shirts;
2013-05-02: The death of innovation, the end of growth;
2013-05-03: Terrorists and money junkies: Who are the bigger threats?2013-05-04: Wolves;
2013-05-05: Anti-Plutocracy is as American as Apple Pie: a short of history of American populist anger;
2013-05-06: What the FBI Doesn’t Want You To See;
2013-05-07: A new Europe can only come from the bottom up;
2013-05-07: Neues mit Andreas Popp;
2013-05-08: Subject of Envy: Britain Discovers Germany as a Model;
2013-05-09: Money Laundering and The Drug Trade: The Role of the Banks;
2013-05-09: ZDF Nachtstudio: Ich und die Welt;
2013-05-10: Top Info Forum 2012;
2013-05-11: German Euro-Skeptic Party Gaining Ground;
2013-05-11: 2013 International Mufon Symposium;
2013-05-12: Why aren’t we talking about public goods? A proposed research agenda;
2013-05-12: new on my health blog /nouveautés pour la santé;
2013-05-13: Art links on my dashboard;
2013-05-14: Divisions between major powers dominate G-7 meeting;
2013-05-15: German Election: Embattled Pirates Looking for Rapid Reboot;
2013-05-16: Gangster State America;
2013-05-17: Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, April 29 – May 3, 2013;
2013-05-18: Where Has All the Money Gone?
2013-05-19: OpGTMO: Anonymous launches global anti-Gitmo action;
2013-05-19: Die neue Energiequelle aus dem Quantenvakuum;
2013-05-20: ancient Cities Discovered in Africa, Enoch, and more …;
2013-05-21: Pluralistic Ignorance / Pluralistische Ignoranz;
2013-05-21: Wirtschaft ohne Zins: von FMF Zinsfreie Finanzen;
2013-05-22: Beyond Diversity: The Hidden Curriculum of Privilege;
2013-05-23: Corporate Tricks: EU Faces Tough Battle to Close Tax Loopholes;
2013-05-24: Everybody must get … straight!
2013-05-25: Noam Chomsky Breaks the Set on War, Imperialism, and Propaganda;
2013-05-26: The World Against Monsanto: Holding the Corrupt Accountable;
2013-05-27: Death By a Thousand Cuts’: Coal Boom Could Destroy Great Barrier Reef, Part 1;
2013-05-28: Viome: A Workers’ Experiment With Global Appeal;
2013-05-29: UK moves to gag radical preachers;
2013-05-30: UK security services completely out of control;
Archive for May, 2013
2013-05-01: Europe’s Moral Quandary: The High Human Price of Cheap T-Shirts;
- Tomorrow’s World: Life in the Future FULL, 58.07 min, uploaded by LifeAndHistory101, May 10, 2013;
- Redesigning the Future, 18.59 min, uploaded by The RSA, May 22, 2013: An influential panel will debate the role designers must take in driving a sustainable manufacturing model;
- Jan Rezab: The Future of Social Media, Engage 2013, 24.45 min, uploaded by socialbakers, May 6, 2013;
- The Humanities and the Future of the University: Mahindra Humanities Center … , 133.27 min, uploaded by Harvard, May 17, 2013.
Interview with Tony Gosling, published on Russia Today RT, May 28, 2013.
The UK security services are overrun with incompetence and vested business interests, without being subject to checks themselves, British investigative journalist Tony Gosling told RT … //
… RT: We’ve seen extremist groups like the English Defence League react, but are we now at a point where we’re seeing tolerant moderate people now turning against their Muslim neighbors? Read the rest of this entry »
… clamp down on Internet extremism – Published on Russia Today RT, May 27, 2013.
… with video 1.36 min … The UK Prime Minister has announced an anti-terror task force to clamp down on the “poisonous narratives” of radical preachers who target recruits in schools, jails and mosques. However, some fear the government’s efforts could actually worsen extremism … //
… Malicious communications and racial or religious hatred on the rise: Read the rest of this entry »
Published on Reports from the Edge of Borderline Democracy, by Augustine Zenakos, May 23, 2013.
“No worker who is not a shareholder, no shareholder who is not a worker,” say the workers of VIOME (Industrial Mineral), a factory in northern Greece. Their plan to take over the factory and to manage it themselves has generated waves of encouragement and support throughout the world. In this report for UNFOLLOW magazine, Christos Avramidis and Antonis Galanopoulos investigate the background to current events, and ask what the future might hold for these workers and their plan, what the reaction of the Greek government is likely to be, and whether workers’ self-management is feasible in a capitalist context. Read the rest of this entry »
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is rapidly losing its coral, to the point that UNESCO may soon place the natural wonder on its “in danger” list. Climate change is one culprit, but so is the country’s booming extraction industry. Environmentalists warn that time is running out for the reef … //
… Five Minutes to Midnight: Read the rest of this entry »
Watch this video, 28.11 min, published on Russia Today RT, May 22, 2013: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to philosopher, linguist, professor, political critic and author of over 100 books Dr. Noam Chomsky about the Boston bombings, US terror inflicted abroad, drones, Obama’s rebranding of Bush administration policies, the National Defense Authorization Act, Holder v. Humanitarian Law, conventional wisdom, the evolution of media propaganda and education as a form of elite indoctrination …;
… Just another day at empire’s headquarters.
The imperial subjects in the rest of the world suffer far more with the austerity religion of fundamentalist capital turning Europe into a snake pit of material inequality. Things are much worse in the Middle East with savagery increasing in Syria, as hypocritical clucking from those who are behind the mass murder induces mass nausea among those still spared from the descent into mass idiocy. Read the rest of this entry »
Published on Spiegel Online International, by Christoph Pauly and Christoph Schult, May 21, 2013 (Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan).
Wealthy businesspeople shift millions of euros abroad while profitable companies use accounting tricks to minimize their taxable earnings and assets. The EU finally wants to create effective policies to curb these practices, but faces strong opposition from member states. Read the rest of this entry »
14 videos uploaded by facdevEIU, April-May 2011. Tim Wise discusses issues of race and privilege:
Part 01, 9.55 min; Part 02, 9.59 min; Part 03, 9.59 min; Part 04, 9.43 min; Part 05, 9.48 min; Part 06, 9.40 min; Part 07, 9.23 min; Part 08, 9.36 min; Part 09, 9.48 min; Part 10, 9.27 min; Part 11, 9.32 min; Part 12, 9.36 min; Part 13, 9.18 min; Part 14, 6.13 min.
Aus Zinsfrei.de/über uns: … “Wenn jemand ein Problem erkannt hat und nichts zur Lösung des Problems beiträgt, ist er selbst ein Teil des Problems.” (Indisches Sprichwort).
- Pluralistic Ignorance, 2.24 min, uploaded by JDSProject, Nov 23, 2011;
- PluralisticIgnorance.mov, 5.13 min, uploaded by Dan Ariely, Feb 16, 2011;
- Der Tag X kommt unaufhaltsam näher, 17.20 min, von 62cherry99 am 18. September 2012 hochgeladen;
- Andreas Popp (Kanal wissensmanufaktur.net): Verschwörungstheorien, 16.21 min, von satsangful am 23. Dezember 2012 hochgeladen.
200,000 Year Old Annunaki Cities Discovered in Africa, 79.13 min, uploaded by Disclose TruthTV, Oct 15, 2012:
Publisher and producer Michael Tellinger discussed his study of ancient ruins at the southern tip of Africa, which he believes were associated with a vanished civilization that ET visitors, the Annunaki, brought together over 200,000 years ago, when they came here to mine gold. The ruins, which he’s investigated along with Johan Heine, consist of thousands of stone structures over a large area. The structures show evidence of their extreme antiquity through erosion and patina growth, he detailed. One of the most important ruins he referred to as “Adam’s Calendar,” a monolithic stone calendar that could mark time out by the day …; Read the rest of this entry »
Video-Vortrag von Prof. Claus W. Turtur, 97.47 min, von NuoVisoTV am 6. September 2012 hochgeladen:
Ein Dauerbrenner in den Medien sind die ständig steigenden Energiekosten. Der globale Energieverbrauch steigt stetig an. Die Verbrennung der fossilen Energieträger geht zunehmend zulasten unserer Umwelt und treibt den Treibhauseffekt immer schneller an. Auch die Atomenergie hat uns unlängst am Beispiel Fukushima gezeigt, dass diese Energieform auch nicht keine Zukunftslösung darstellt. Read the rest of this entry »
Published on Russia Today RT, May 17, 2013.
The hacktivist collective Anonymous kicked off ‘Operation Guantanamo’ to mark 100 days of the Gitmo hunger strike with a series of “twitterstorms, email bombs and fax bombs.” Protests have been held outside the White House demanding the camp’s closure.
Outside the United States, the Pentagon controls a collection of military bases unprecedented in history. With U.S. troops gone from Iraq and the withdrawal from Afghanistan underway, it’s easy to forget that we probably still have about 1,000 military bases in other peoples’ lands. This giant collection of bases receives remarkably little media attention, costs a fortune, and even when cost cutting is the subject du jour, it still seems to get a free ride. Read the rest of this entry »
Watch these videos:
- Trailer, 2.38 min, uploaded by Stephen Bassett, Feb 13, 2013:
The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure will bring 40+ researchers and government/agency witnesses to Washington, DC to testify before former members of the U. S. Congress on events and evidence supporting the truth of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race and a government policy to embargo that truth. Time lapse footage provided by Earth Time lapse and NASA; Read the rest of this entry »
Published on PaulCraigRoberts.org, by blog owner, May 13, 2013.
There are many signs of gangster state America. One is the collusion between federal authorities and banksters in a criminal conspiracy to rig the markets for gold and silver. My explanation that the sudden appearance of an unprecedented 400 ton short sale of gold on the COMEX (Commodity Exchange, Inc., a division of the New York Mercantile Exchange NYMEX) in April was a manipulation designed to protect the dollar from the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing policy has found acceptance among gold investors and hedge fund managers. Read the rest of this entry »
Published on Spiegel Online International/Blog, by Charles Hawley, May 13, 2013.
“We will definitely be voted into federal parliament. I can do nothing to change that.” Thus spoke Johannes Ponader, a top member of Germany’s Pirate Party one year ago. It turns out, he may have been mistaken. In the last 12 months, the party has seen its support plummet — to below the 5 percent necessary for seats in the Bundestag. And this weekend, the Pirates tried to finally turn their ship around. Read the rest of this entry »
Published on World Socialist Web Site WSWS, by Nick Beams, May 13, 2013.
A meeting of G-7 finance ministers held outside London over the weekend was marked by widening differences over economic policy and concerns about the implications of the “quantitative easing” monetary policies of the world’s major central banks.
The differences over economic policy are being fuelled by the fact that almost five years since the global financial crisis erupted, the world economy, far from showing any signs of a sustained recovery, evinces deepening recessionary trends. Read the rest of this entry »
Enhanced Reality: Exploring the Boundaries of Photo Editing, on Spiegel Online International, by Matthias Krug and Stefan Niggemeier, May 08, 2013 (17 Photo in the Gallery). Even top news photographers have their work digitally enhanced these days. Mounting competition in the market for news images is forcing photo-journalists to make their output as dramatic as possible. But where are the limits of cosmetic improvement? …;
60’s American Electric Guitar Masterpiece meets 6th Century Korean Traditional instrument (Updated!). Watch two videos, published on Axis of Logic, by Luna Lee, May 2, 2013:
Published on Real-World Economics Review Blog RWER, by June Sekera, May 9, 2013.
Public goods pervade the lives of citizens in all advanced democracies. Yet virtually no one talks about public goods: we rarely hear the term outside of economics classrooms.
In Samuelson’s sixty-year-old formulation, public goods are “non-rivalrous” and “non-excludable and are born of market failure. In this market-fundamentalist world, public goods are inherently a “problem.” Read the rest of this entry »
221 North Rampart Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89145, US – July 18-21 2013, and it’s speakers, mainly Steven M. Greer, M.D.,
The Symposium Website: Homepage, Schedule, Registration, Special Events, Hotel.
See also: E.T. UFO Worldwide Disclosure Movement, Steven Greer MD MUFON 2013 (hidden truth), 79.15 min, uploaded by CYBIRD07, April 16, 2013,
and it’s special links: DVD: SIRIUS; The Movie SIRIUS; The Disclosure Project; CSETI.
Published on Spiegel Online International /German Election Blog, by Jane Paulick, May 7, 2013.
The anti-euro party “Alternative for Germany” (AfD) was officially founded just a few weeks ago, but it has clearly struck a nerve: It already numbers 10,476 members, SPIEGEL has learned — some 2,800 of which have switched allegiance from Germany’s established parties. Read the rest of this entry »
gute Links zu guten Beiträgen:
- Geld- und Krisenexperten antworten am Podium – Galaabend, 62.24 min, von Tif Posi am 16. Juli 2012 hochgeladen: mit Andreas Popp, Franz Hörmann, Michael Vogt, Michael Grandt, Tobias Plettenbacher, Bernd Senf;
- Geld frisst Welt: Tobias Plettenbacher am Top Info Forum 2012, 57.32 min, von Tif Posi am 26. Juni 2012 hochgeladen;
- Prof. Dr. Margrit Kennedy: Die Geldreform als Bestandteil des gesellschaftlichen Wandels, 75.53 min, von Macht Geld Sinn am 15. Juni 2012 hochgeladen; Read the rest of this entry »
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