vrijdag 27 november 2009

ov kaart

Ik ga ook een kaart op een andere naam bestellen

History of our monetair system and the power of the system.

History of our monetair system

And their influence,fraude, and war.
Part 2 shows a relation of monetair system and their power (the elite).
Rothchilds and monetarian influence .
http://zaplog.nl/zaplog/article/documentaire_the_ascent_of_money

BBC documentaire (6 video's).

donderdag 26 november 2009

Obama, Pakistan and the US empire

Tariq Ali - Obama, Pakistan and the US empire




More info at:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oYdvQZVvrU

from

http://www.counterfire.org/

The Thanksgiving Massacre

The Thanksgiving Massacre


Thanksgiving is a holiday where families gather to share stories, football games are watched on television and a big feast is served. It is also the time of the month when people talk about Native Americans. But does one ever wonder why we celebrate this national holiday? Why does everyone give thanks?

History is never simple. The standard history of Thanksgiving tells us that the “Pilgrims and Indians” feasted for three days, right? Most Americans believe that there was some magnificent bountiful harvest. In the Thanksgiving story, are the “Indians” even acknowledged by a tribe? No, because everyone assumes “Indians” are the same. So, who were these Indians in 1621?
In 1620, Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower naming the land Plymouth Rock. One fact that is always hidden is that the village was already named Patuxet and the Wampanoag Indians lived there for thousands of years. To many Americans, Plymouth Rock is a symbol. Sad but true many people assume, “It is the rock on which our nation began.” In 1621, Pilgrims did have a feast but it was not repeated years thereafter. So, it wasn’t the beginning of a Thanksgiving tradition nor did Pilgrims call it a Thanksgiving feast. Pilgrims perceived Indians in relation to the Devil and the only reason why they were invited to that feast was for the purpose of negotiating a treaty that would secure the lands for the Pilgrims. The reason why we have so many myths about Thanksgiving is that it is an invented tradition. It is based more on fiction than fact.
So, what truth ought to be taught? In 1637, the official Thanksgiving holiday we know today came into existence. (Some people argue it formally came into existence during the Civil War, in 1863, when President Lincoln proclaimed it, which also was the same year he had 38 Sioux hung on Christmas Eve.) William Newell, a Penobscot Indian and former chair of the anthropology department of the University of Connecticut, claims that the first Thanksgiving was not “a festive gathering of Indians and Pilgrims, but rather a celebration of the massacre of 700 Pequot men, women and children.” In 1637, the Pequot tribe of Connecticut gathered for the annual Green Corn Dance ceremony. Mercenaries of the English and Dutch attacked and surrounded the village; burning down everything and shooting whomever try to escape. The next day, Newell notes, the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony declared: “A day of Thanksgiving, thanking God that they had eliminated over 700 men, women and children.” It was signed into law that, “This day forth shall be a day of celebration and thanksgiving for subduing the Pequots.” Most Americans believe Thanksgiving was this wonderful dinner and harvest celebration. The truth is the “Thanksgiving dinner” was invented both to instill a false pride in Americans and to cover up the massacre.
Was Thanksgiving really a massacre of 700 “Indians”? The present Thanksgiving may be a mixture of the 1621 three-day feast and the “Thanksgiving” proclaimed after the 1637 Pequot massacre. So next time you see the annual “Pilgrim and Indian display” in a shopping window or history about other massacres of Native Americans, think of the hurt and disrespect Native Americans feel. Thanksgiving is observed as a day of sorrow rather than a celebration. This year at Thanksgiving dinner, ponder why you are giving thanks.
William Bradford, in his famous History of the Plymouth Plantation, celebrated the Pequot massacre:
“Those that scraped the fire were slaine with the sword; some hewed to peeces, others rune throw with their rapiers, so as they were quickly dispatchte, and very few escapted. It was conceived they thus destroyed about 400 at this time. It was a fearful sight to see them thus frying in the fyer, and the streams of blood quenching the same, and horrible was the stincke and sente there of, but the victory seemed a sweete sacrifice, and they gave the prayers thereof to God, who had wrought so wonderfully for them, thus to inclose their enemise in their hands, and give them so speedy a victory over so proud and insulting an enimie.”The Pequot massacre came after the colonists, angry at the murder of an English trader suspected by the Pequots of kidnapping children, sought revenge. rather than fighting the dangerous Pequot warriors, John Mason and John Underhill led a group of colonists and Native allies to the Indian fort in Mystic, and killed the old men, women, and children who were there. Those who escaped were later hunted down. The Pequot tribe numbered 8,000 when the Pilgrims arrived, but disease had brought their numbers down to 1,500 by 1637. The Pequot “War” killed all but a handful of remaining members of the tribe.
Proud of their accomplishments, Underhill wrote a book (above) depicted the burning of the village, and even made an illustration showing how they surrounded the village to kill all within it.

woensdag 25 november 2009

Stop de opslag van vingerafdrukken

Stop de opslag van vingerafdrukken


WET DRUIST IN TEGEN DE GRONDWET EN EUROPEES VERDRAG VOOR DE RECHTEN VAN DE MENS


Sinds 21 september dit jaar slaat onze regering de vingerafdrukken van alle Nederlanders op, met de bedoeling ze in een centrale database te verzamelen. De beslissing om deze database aan te leggen is geruisloos door de Eerste en Tweede Kamer geloodst. En nu lijkt de Nederlandse burger voor een voldongen feit te staan: wie een nieuw paspoort of nieuwe identiteitskaart haalt, is verplicht vingerafdrukken af te geven. Maar wat zijn de risico's, wat is het nut en is dit juridisch toelaatbaar? Wij maken ons hier grote zorgen over!

Het doel van de databank is "veiligheid". Maar deze en vergelijkbare maatregelen, maken Nederland voor iedere burger juist minder veilig. Het opslaan van de vingerafdrukken van alle Nederlanders in één gigantische database leidt tot hoge kosten en is vrijwel niet meer terug te draaien. De verzameldrift ten behoeve van de veiligheid suggereert ook dat wij allemaal als potentiële verdachten worden gezien. Het maakt misbruik van deze gegevens bovendien veel makkelijker. Hierdoor verandert de machtsbalans tussen overheid en burgers ingrijpend. En wie weet wie er over 20 jaar aan de macht is?

Daarbij komt dat de overheid met deze database criminaliteit niet beter kan bestrijden. Vingerafdrukken zijn eenvoudig na te maken en het risico op identiteitsfraude is dus groot. Bovendien wordt de database een interessant doelwit voor criminelen, die zo in één slag de beschikking kunnen krijgen over persoonlijke gegevens van alle Nederlanders die vanaf 21 september een nieuw reisdocument aanvragen.
Het verbaast niet dat de aanleg en gebruik van deze vingerafdrukkendatabase op gespannen voet staat met het grondrecht op privacy, zoals vastgelegd in artikel 10 van de Nederlandse Grondwet en artikel 8 van het Europees Verdrag voor de Rechten van de Mens. Ook het College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens (CBP), verschillende onderzoekers, hoogleraren en deskundigen op het gebied van informatica, rechtspsychologie, computerbeveiliging en zelfs de Europese Toezichthouder voor Gegevensbescherming hebben zich zeer kritisch uitgelaten over deze ontwikkeling.

De Nederlandse regering wil het doen lijken alsof zij deze database op grond van Europese wetgeving aanlegt. Maar dat is niet het geval. Het doel van de Europese wetgeving is alleen het verifiëren van de houder van het paspoort of identiteitskaart en de authenticiteit van het document. Wij vinden het onaanvaardbaar dat deze gegevens kunnen worden gebruikt voor een ander doel. Het is nog niet te laat: de centrale database is er nòg niet.

Meer op
(TEKEN)

doei anwb lidmaatschap i.v.m. kilometerheffing

Hieronder mijn opzegging van wegenwacht totaal pakket van de anwb.
Dit heb ik opgezegd i.v.m. de goedkeuring van de kilometerheffing door anwb.
Ik blijf niet betalen voor een organistie die zoiets wil goedkeuren.!!
Ik dacht voordat het verlengd word meteen opzeggen!

De brief:

Geachte heer/mevrouw,

23-11-2009,

Bij deze beëindig ik mijn lidmaatschap bij u PER DIRECT.
Mijn persoonsgegevens die u hier voor nodig heeft staan onder aan in de brief.
Ik wil niet dat mijn abonnement automatisch verlengd word .

Reden hiervoor:
Het achterwegen laten van steun voor uw eigen klanten ,
en het benadelen van andere weggebruikers.
En onvoorwaardelijke steun aan schandalige plannen.

Ik kan alleen maar hopen dat meer mensen mijn voorbeeld volgen en u laat zien dat u als organisatie af heeft gedaan vanwege uw onsmakelijke rol in de invoering van de kilometerheffing.

Ik kan alleen maar zeggen bij uw concurrent (www.routemobiel.nl)ben ik ook nog eens flink goedkoper uit.
Ondanks een stormvloed van mails, allen met gegronde redenen, tegen de kilometerheffing gaat u akkoord (mits de spitstarieven goed zijn bevonden) met bovenvermelde heffing.

Privacy-schending.
Hierbij spreekt u over geen privacy schending op uw site terwijl u weet dat de gegevens van het
gps-systeem , dus inclusief plaats tijd en locatie, regelrecht naar een centrale opslag worden gestuurd en word bewaard. Mijn persoonlijke gegevens dus!
U weet wel te melden dat er voor justitie eventueel meer opsporingsmogelijkheden zijn terwijl u eerst uw klanten gerust stelt dat er geen privé gegevens worden verstuurd. Dit spreekt elkaar behoorlijk tegen!Dit ondanks de vele , goedkopere, eerlijkere en niet privacy-schendende mogelijkheden die veel beter en goedkoper zijn in te voeren.

Diefstal identiteit
Alles wat door de lucht word gestuurd kan door een apparaatje opgevangen worden.
Als de gegevens van mij op zouden worden gevangen kan de persoon op mijn naam gaan rondrijden.
En waar kan ik dan terecht? Wie betaald mijn proceskosten?

Oneerlijke belasting van de burger
Met uw advies stemt u in met oneerlijke belasting van de burgers. Namelijk een burger met een oude auto (en laag loon) kan enorm veel gaan betalen. Terwijl een yup met een dikke knip lekker een enorme (extra) grote,zware pooierbak kan gaan kopen. Dankzij de afschaffing van de aanschaf-belasting (nou dat is milieu bevorderlijk zeg?!). De yup kan naast goedkoop een auto kopen dus ook nog eens goedkoop rijden (weinig eurocent per km vanwege zijn nieuwe “zuinige” pooierbak).

Variabele kosten
In hoeverre is het mogelijk dingen vast te leggen betreffende deze flexibele
belasting heffing?

File-belasting
Spitstarieven.......dit is gewoon al een te gek onderwerp om over na te denken.
Omdat de overheid niks aan de echte problemen doet moet iedereen en weer vooral de mensen die elke dag op de zelfde tijd naar hun werk moeten gaan betalen, om elke dag in een file vast te staan? En dus niet de yup die zijn eigen tijd kan indelen en de files kan mijden(nog een voordeeltje).
Te bespottelijk om te overwegen. Het falen van de overheid verhalen op de burger .
En toch doet u het!!
U weet best dat de mensen geen keus hebben om op andere tijden naar het werk te gaan!!!!


Flinke waardeverminderingen auto's
Een echte oplossing is er ook nog niet voor al die mooie dure auto's die nu zijn gekocht.
Die zijn na invoering van de kilometerheffing ineens niks meer waard. Dit omdat de aanschafbelasting niet meer bestaat. Leuk waarde verlies. Hoest het maar ff op.

Aanschaf kastje en onderhoud beurt
Waar ik ook niks over hoor is dat het k..kastje niet geheel kosteloos is voor de belastingbetaler.
Bij aanschaf moet er een deel worden betaald door de autorijder.
Die dingen zullen ook wel om de zoveel keer moeten worden gekeurd.
Ook de kosten van de burger?

Vernieling privé eigendom
Dat kastje moet worden ingebouwd in de auto.
Die auto's is het privé eigendom van de chauffeur!
Ik wil niet zo'n gps kastje in mijn auto.
En als ik gps een beetje ken moet de antenne vrije hemel hebben. Moet ik dat kreng dadelijk op mijn mooie dashboard gaan bouwen?
Niet dat ik hem onder mijn motorkap wil hebben. Ik wil helemaal niets op mijn eigendom wat ik er niet zelf wil hebben !

Waar kan ik terecht bij misstanden
Waar kan ik terecht met misstanden.
En sterker nog hoe moet ik mijn zaak verdedigen?
Alle gegevens zijn opgeslagen,goed of fout. Hoe zou ik me ooit kunnen verdedigen?
Dit is niet te doen.

Transportsector
Wat betreft het vrachtverkeer. De binnenlandse transportsector zal het nog
moeilijk krijgen dan. Vervoerders zullen waarschijnlijk lage loon arbeiders met eigen trucks inhuren. Zodat ze over de Nederlandse wegen kunnen rijden zonder kastjes zoals
tachograaf en kilometerheffing-kastje. En dan is sjoemelen een kinderwerk.
En verhalen van boetes/kilometers zeer moeilijk en arbeidsintensief omdat die mensen met hun
eigen trucks rijden. Om het nog maar niet te hebben over de doorberekening van vervoerskosten op de producten in de winkel.

Groet

Netherlands escaped meltdown reactor in Petten

 Netherlands escaped in 2001 to a serious accident at the reactor in Petten. ECN-old French director Saris reveals this in his book "Darwin Meets Einstein", which was released yesterday. On November 16, 2001 the AC was turned off and the emergency power of the reactor does not work. At the last moment is a meltdown not happened. A meltdown is the worst nuclear accident imaginable.


Nederland ontkwam in 2001 op een haar na aan een ernstig ongeluk in de kernreactor in Petten. Oud ECN-directeur Frans Saris onthult dit in zijn boek 'Darwin meets Einstein', dat gisteren is uitgekomen. Op 16 november 2001 viel de netstroom uit en bleek de noodstroomvoorziening van de kernreactor niet te werken. Op het laatste moment is een meltdown uitgebleven. Een meltdown is het ernstigste nucleaire ongeluk dat denkbaar is.

http://www.greenpeace.nl/news/bijna-meltdown-kerncentrale-p

A documentary on the recent attack in Gaza

A documentary on the recent attack in Gaza. The film begins with the entry of the fifth and last Free Gaza Movement boat to make it to Gaza before covering the impact of the siege and harrowing events during the 22-day assault including attacks on Civil Defence centres, paramedics, children, and the UN HQ.




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aU1H-knuSw

dinsdag 24 november 2009

State Secretary Ank Bijleveld (CDA)reported the distribution(at the justice department) of a leaflet which are zalling for people to tattoo their social security numbers tattooed on the arm.


Respect for thi really good action for the humanright of privacy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Respect! LOL. very nice
State Secretary Ank Bijleveld (CDA The netherlands)reported the distribution(at the justice department) of a leaflet which are zalling for people to tattoo their social security numbers tattooed on the arm. This, the Ministry announced Tuesday.

The leaflet has recently distributed door-to-door in several places, including the four big cities. The layout gives the impression the folder coming from the government, which "obviously not" the case, reports the bijleveld.

Bijleveld calls the folder tasteless, including the associations with the Holocaust because that folder might pose. She hopes that people realize that the folder does not come from the government and that they must not get confused.

The folder is the logo of the national government, together with the text "The New Kingdom goes further than you think. It seems to be a stunt that a group called the 'New Kingdom' protests against the central storage of fingerprints to be taken in issuing new passports.

"Have you seen a new Dutch passport or identity card applications?", Is in the folder. "Are you taking fingerprints stored in the central database, please read this leaflet. And now let ,for free, tattoo your citizen service number,on your arm"

The planet needs you. Do something

What did you do about it

We need to help the planet
Help ourselfs the people
help our grand grand kids

ACT!

Planetize the Movement from drew dellinger on Vimeo.


http://ow.ly/F3fT

Movie: In a videocracy the key to power is the image.Tv rules italy

Television rules whole of italy

In a videocracy the key to power is the image.
In Italy one man only has kept the domination of the image over three entire decades. As a TV-magnate and then as Presidente, Silvio Berlusconi has created a perfect system of TV-entertainment and politics.
Like no one else he has influenced the content of commercial television in Italy. His TV-channels, known for their over-exposure of almost naked girls, are seen by many as a mirror of his own taste and personality.
Director Erik Gandini lives in Sweden but was born and brought up in Italy.

In Videocracy he returns to his country of birth portraying from the inside the consequences of a TV-experiment that Italians have been subjected to for 30 years. He gets a unique access to the most powerful spheres, even in the President’s summer resort in Sardinia. Unveiling a remarkable story, born out of the scary reality of TV-republic Italy, a country where the step from TV-showgirl to Minister for Gender Equality is only natural.

More at

http://www.atmo.se/film-and-tv/videocracy/

maandag 23 november 2009

Japanese streetracing. samurai lives. Have no fear


Japanese streetracing
blows your mind.

Samurai spirits running free
Have no fear

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QdjLwGJk6o

zondag 22 november 2009

Tax for every km and adittional taxes.Privacy allert


They tax me broke
GPS in my car . Why what have i done? tracking me all my moves.(point  6 below)
by the way the clown down here is our beloved harry potter (prime minister of misery)
and yes how convenient he is a member of the clan of bilderbergers(the elite) also b*&ch the queen like the prime minister and minister verhagen(navo) members of the clan bilderberg(the elite). How conveniant. Wonder if this is legit beeing a spokesman for the people and talking to the richest and most powerfull people on earth.  do you see conflicting things in this?
government --- multinationals and banks ? this must be legal . LOL

I dont know where to emigrate to
please help to find me a nice country.

The political bastards in the netherlands want to  tax the usage of the peoples cars
Every km u have to pay eurocents.
The hight is depending on the age the car is and how much polution it inflicts.
when you hav an old car you might have to pay 9 eurcents eand when you have a brand new car you maybe have to pay 3 eurocents.
This means rich people can buy the newest and cleanest cars. And the poor suckers whit a minimal wager can pay the full costs.
There is no alternative cause dutch public transportation is realy bad,to expensive and in some places almost not existing(although this is a very small country).
Also nothing is done to improve the infrastructure, with the tax money payed in earlier days .
This is why we all have to wait in line (traffic jam) when we go  to work and go back to home after working, every day!
This problems  with traffic jams actually is the excuse to tax us (it would resolve the problem??)
But there is no renewall of roads and so the known infrastructural problems keep excisting  .
So actually they want to tax the problem instead resolve the problem.
Bottomline we have to pay to stand in a traffic jam.
This would be oke if the prices were right and just.

When they impose the tax some things change:
1_No tax payed for buying a car
2- regional taxes disappear.(so they say)
3- you have to pay per km. (this is a flexible amount)
4-our transportation sector  wil be taxed to.
5-fuel prices keep the same prices(very high, 1,50 euro per liter petrol. This is because of taxes)
6-GPS box installed wich monitors every move.

Point 1:

No taxes required anymore when buying a new car sounds great.
But .... You have to consider that a new car has high taxes this means when you buy a new car its suddenly very cheap.
But an old car hasnt got a high tax on the car so if you buy an old car you dont benifit.
So again the rich get richer and the ppoor poorer.
I cant buy a new car so i pay almost the full amount asked for the car and on top of that i have to pay the highest tax per km because its an old car and "polutes".

point 2:

Regional taxes disappear......they said that.
It a lie.
They now want to create an new kind of tax. This tax has to be payed per civillian of our glorius f#@k country.
Even if they dont have a car.
Can you even understand such a thing?
This new taxes have to be created because the local governments loose to much income because of the new road tax ???!
So you tax them even more? insnity.

point 3:

You have to pay per km you drive.
6 cents per km and up
This depends on the age of the car etc. etc. etc.
i repeat
I cant buy a new car so i pay almost the full amount asked for the car and on top of that i have to pay the highest tax per km because its an old car and "polutes".
For me it probably means that i have to pay 3 times more i used to do.
.....to stand in a trafficjam going to and back from work.
Why?
this isnt just!
I dont have a choice have to work. Have to travel over the roades they dont fix.
Public transportation gets you nowhere and is very expensive.....VERY.
And they dont get you to work and back office hours they dont connect to they are not reliable
And sometimes almost not existing.



Point 4

our transportation sector will be taxed to per km (dont know how much but i think  i dont even wanna know)
This means transportationsector will attract people from eastern europe
 they work almost for nothing and lots of times they have their own truck (wich are not taxed).
Yes europe is "one" ut still very unfair concerning wages and other social things.

point 5

Fuel prices keep the alltime high prices at 1.50 euro per liter petrol here.
They dont change.
oke maybe ..... if they need to have more money they inflict a higher tax.
so maybe this will rise to.

point 6


Least but not last. This will be a shock to u.
To make all this possible they want to build in a box , a gps box.
This box tracks you every km
Tracks every location time and all those things wich are possible with gps.
They track it and store it in a huge datacentre.
And tan they bill u
So every step i make will be monitored every place i go.
we allready have no privacy
All our internet and phone data (incl. mobile phones) is stored in a central database.
Our biometric construction are being stored on a chip in our id's and also stored in a central databank.
Our fingerprints are being stored in the chip of our id and in a central databank
camera surveillance is being installed everywhere. Easy to use if you have all the  data concerning a person.
Our medical dossier is been stored centraly.
our justice dossier is stored centrally
Am i a crimenal??
We truly live in the big brother age in this small ku*&king country.

The foto (down here) is our b*&ch the queen. Also like the prime minister and minister verhagen(navo) members of the clan bilderberg(the elite). How conveniant. Wonder if this is legit beeing a spokesman for the people and talking to the richest and most powerfull people on earth.  do you  see conflicting things in this? government --- multinationals and banks ? this must be legal . LOL

When we vote the queen alteres the coalition in favour of the establisement (we really voted socially last time. bt thanks to the bitch our queen this miraculessly changed in a day or so)
European union whit their new constitution we (dutch people) really voted against!! but it has been shuffed through our throaths . 1 december this year we no longer are protected be decent constitutional law. it actually favours death penalty in some cases.
Our healthcare is beeing broken down because of immens big government cuts
Police has to much workpressure because they are to little in numbers and are more restricted because political rules and pressure. Also the police earn to little money for what they do. And they suffer because of to many and continuing big government cuts.
AOW they want and going to raise the age when u can go for elderly benifits. From 65 to 67 years.
And there is talk about raising the age even more.
This means the most hard working poorer population very often allready dies before 65  and most cant benifit from the old age . Again the rich wich commonly are healthier  because of work conditions and beter food (wich they can afford) are the ones who have all the benifit off people dying  before 67. They (the death) pay in a way the elderly benifits of the rich.
(elderly benifits is an insurance in this country paied for by all people)

Banks lost money , insurance companies lost money. Not because it a bad time but because they did stupid things whit it.
What does the government about this?
guess.....
Yes right you are.
They help the banks and insurance companies whit finacial injections.
Those injections raise the debt of this small country . And all this is being a\calculated down to the people espacially the less fotunated. We have to pay more taxes. More cuts on healthcare police public transportation schools etc.

But we keep on investing warships
wars
warplanes to play with
police action around the world

lets just forget about the people

I want to move to an other country




they really must love war








Taser gun used on 10-year-old girl who 'refused to take shower'

The officer had been called to the girl's home in Ozark, Arkansas, by her mother because she was behaving in an unruly manner and refusing to take a shower.
In a report on the incident the officer, Dustin Bradshaw, said the mother gave him permission to use the Taser.
Policeman who used Taser gun on girl, 10, suspended When he arrived, the girl was curled up on the floor, screaming, and resisting as her mother tried to get her in the shower before bed.
"Her mother told me to take her if I needed to," the officer wrote.
the child was "violently kicking and verbally combative" when he tried to take her into custody and she kicked him in the groin
He then delivered "a very brief drive stun to her back," the report said.
the girl's father, Anthony Medlock, who is divorced from her mother, said the girl showed signs of emotional problems but did not deserve to be "treated like an animal".
He said: "Ten years old and they shot electricity through her body, and I want to know how the heck in God's green earth can they get away with this.
"If you can't pick the kid up and take her to your car, handcuff her, then I don't think you need to be an officer. She doesn't deserve to be treated like a dog. She's not a tiger." Local Mayor Vernon McDaniel said the FBI should investigate.
he said: "People here feel like that he made a mistake in using a Taser, and maybe he did, but we will not know until we get an impartial investigation." The local Police Chief Jim Noggle said no disciplinary action was taken against Bradshaw.
"We didn't use the Taser to punish the child, just to bring the child under control so she wouldn't hurt herself or somebody else," he said.
he said if the officer tried to forcefully put the girl in handcuffs, he could have accidentally broken her arm or leg.
Mr Noggle said the girl will face disorderly conduct charges as a juvenile.
More at
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/6602043/Taser-gun-used-on-10-year-old-girl-who-refused-to-take-shower.html

soya dangerous

These days, you can get soy versions of just about any meat -- from hot dogs to buffalo wings. If you're lactose-intolerant you can still enjoy soy ice-cream and soy milk on your cereal. If you're out for a hike and need a quick boost of energy, you can nibble on soy candy bars.

Soy is a lucrative industry. According to Soyfoods Association of North America, from 1992 to 2008, sales of soy foods have increased from $300 million to $4 billion. From sales numbers to medical endorsements, it would seem that soy has reached a kind of miracle food status.

In 2000 the American Heart Association gave soy the thumbs up and the FDA proclaimed: "Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 25 grams of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease." Over the course of the last decade medical professionals have touted its benefits in fighting not just cardiovascular disease, but cancers, osteoporosis and diabetes.


But soy's glory days may be coming to an end. New research is questioning its health benefits and even pointing out some potential risks. Although definitive evidence may be many years down the road, the American Heart Association has quietly withdrawn its support. And some groups are waging an all-out war, warning that soy can lead to certain kinds of cancers, lowered testosterone levels, and early-onset puberty in girls.

Most of the soy eaten today is also genetically modified, which may pose another set of health risks. The environmental implications of soy production, including massive deforestation, increased use of pesticides and threats to water and soil, are providing more fodder for soy's detractors.
more at

 

China - somehow survives the current onslaught of modernization

Pingyao and its residents have existed peacefully amid wild changes in China. The city is a popular destination for visitors who want to experience life inside the walls.

PINGYAO, China–Cobblestoned streets are closed to cars and filled with cyclists, some who ladle noodle soup from pots attached to their bikes. Lining these routes are hundreds of ancient government offices and traditional homes with sloped clay roofs and secluded courtyards.

Three-storey dun-coloured walls made of bricks and caked-on mud encircle it all, running six kilometres around the classical city and connecting 72 watch towers.

Such well-preserved cultural remnants are rare in China, where buildings are torn down and replaced with shiny skyscrapers at an amazing rate. But Pingyao, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, somehow survived the carnage of the country's Cultural Revolution and the current onslaught of modernization. It's a place where visitors can venture back into a historic Middle Kingdom that has been bulldozed almost everywhere else.

So it's not surprising hordes of tourists from all over the country arm themselves with heavy cameras and breech the city's defences, descending from tour buses parked outside the gates to march on the souvenir stalls in the centre.

Jackie Deng, a lifelong resident who runs the popular Harmony Guesthouse, told me the city has received an increasing number of visitors in recent years.

"It's especially popular on weekends," he said.

Deng explained the city was built in a turtle shape, with the south tower serving as the head, four gates representing the feet and the imposing central tower the heart. For some reason, while other cities – such as Beijing – had their walls razed either during the Cultural Revolution or afterwards, Pingyao was left alone way out in the middle of Shanxi province
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A new phase and greater dangers.

The coming to power of Hugo Chávez in 1998 represented an important change in the world situation. This was the first government to come to power which did not embrace the ruthless ideas of neo-liberalism which had dominated every government and ruling elite throughout the 1980s and 1990s. The coming to power of Chávez thus represented a significant positive development. The Chávez regime enacted a series of popular reforms, especially in health and education, which the CWI and workers in Venezuela and internationally enthusiastically supported.

The radical populist policies enacted by Chávez rapidly aroused the wrath of US imperialism and the Venezuelan ruling class which tried to overthrow it. The struggle in Venezuela has passed through different phases and twists and turns in the situation. Now it has entered a new and critical phase. Initially, Chávez spoke only of a ‘Bolivarian revolution’. A series of important reform programmes were initiated. The “Misiones” in health (Barrio Adentro) and education (Mision Robinson) were especially popular. One million were lifted out of illiteracy and millions were given access to a doctor for the first time. Three million were given access to primary and secondary school education. Over two million hectares of land have been distributed to peasant co-operatives since Chávez came to power in 1998. These reforms and other aspects of his programme rapidly brought his regime into open conflict with the oligarchs who had previously been in power and provoked the wrath of US imperialism.

The attempted coup in 2002 and then the bosses “lock-out” in 2002/3 were followed by a series of acts of sabotage, provoking shortages of commodities and electoral challenges. All these attempts at counter revolution were defeated. They were blocked by a massive, independent spontaneous movement of the masses from below. The defeat of these attempts at counter revolution represented important victories.


In 2005, spurred on by these events and the pressure from the mass of the poor and workers, Chávez went further and for the first time declared that the objectives of the Bolivarian revolution were now to build “Socialism in the 21st century”. This, for the first time since the fall of the Berlin Wall, once again put the issue of socialism back on the political agenda and represented a positive development.
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Weiger te betalen voor crisis kapitalisme!

De crisis van het kapitalisme is zeker zo erg als in de jaren dertig. De financiële crisis kost de wereldeconomie tot het einde van dit jaar zeker 7300 miljard euro! De bankiers zijn de grote winnaars; ze hebben de economie aan de rand van de afgrond gebracht. Officieel heeft de overheid de banken en financiële instellingen overgenomen en oefent nu ‘toezicht’ uit. In werkelijkheid hebben de banken hun enorme schulden en financiële rotzooi bij de overheid gedumpt met als grote taak die in de komende jaren bij de arbeiders neer te leggen. Wereldwijd moeten staten het geld dat ze aan de financiële sector hebben uitgegeven bij de arbeidersklasse terughalen door bezuinigingen en belastingverhoging over vele en vele jaren. De winsten voor de banken, de verliezen voor de gewone man!

In Nederland gaat het om het onvoorstelbare bedragen van honderden miljarden euro´s. De arbeidersklasse wordt gedwongen deze miljarden in de komende jaren op te brengen. Om ons daarvan een voorstelling te maken: na de vorige zware recessie van 1979 volgden er 20 jaren van bezuinigingen onder Lubbers en Kok voordat de rekening was betaald… Lubbers bezuinigde zo´n 40 miljard gulden, dat is maar een schijntje vergeleken bij de huidige bedragen. De vraag is wat er na het bloedbad van de jaren tachtig en begin jaren negentig nog bezuinigd kan worden op onderwijs en gezondheidszorg, maar kapitalistische kranten spreken nu al over bezuinigingen van 35 miljard euro.

Dit is de harde werkelijkheid. De bankiers, kapitalisten en hun politieke vertegenwoordigers hebben er alle belang bij dat u dit allemaal niet te zwaar opneemt, vandaar dat de kranten en de beurzen een gevoel ademen van: hoezo crisis? De feiten zijn: de werkloosheid gaat volgend jaar naar de 600.000. Kleine zelfstandigen gaan over de kop. Huizenprijzen dalen. Bij de grote bedrijven in Nederland daalden de omzetten met 20 procent en de winsten met bijna 90%. Het kabinet dat de enorme bezuinigingen moet verdedigen, heeft er juist belang bij de zaken niet al te vrolijk voor te stellen. En minister Donner heeft gelijk als hij zegt: “Als een vrije val overgaat in een geremde, moet je niet zeggen dat we er al zijn”. De werkelijkheid is er één van jaren van enorme bezuinigingen die pas later komen, omdat nu bezuinigen de economie zou laten instorten. De werkelijkheid is er één van jaren stokkende koopkracht. De werkelijkheid is een hoge werkloosheid. De werkloosheid is jaren van depressie vanwege het roofgedrag van banken en financiële instellingen. De miljardenuitgaven van de overheid houden de economie nu kunstmatig aan de praat. Als die wegvallen moeten de consumenten weer geld gaan uitgeven en ondernemers weer gaan investeren. Maar die zijn nog jaren bezig hun schulden af te betalen…
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Italy pushes for one army in the 'new Europe'

ITALY is to push for the creation of a European army after the "new Europe" takes shape at this week's EU summit following the adoption of the Lisbon Treaty.
Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said the Lisbon Treaty had established "that if some countries want to enter into reinforced co-operation between themselves they can do so".
This was already the case with the euro and the Schengen accords on frontier-free travel, and could now be applied to "common European defence".
Mr Frattini said yesterday: "We have finally concluded a never-ending story."
The Lisbon Treaty, which comes into force next month, will be sealed tomorrow in an EU summit that will also choose an EU president and foreign minister.
Mr Frattini warned that "if we do not find a common foreign policy, there is the risk that Europe will become irrelevant. We will be bypassed by the G2 of America and China".
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EU says it is Not Time to Recognize Palestinian State



The European Union has followed the United States in saying it is not ready to recognize Palestinian statehood, after Palestinian leaders declared they would seek that status at the United Nations.
Speaking to reporters in Brussels, Foreign Minister Carl Bildt of Sweden, which holds the rotating European Union presidency, said the time is not right for recognizing a Palestinian state.
"I do not think we are there yet," he said. "I would hope that we would be in a position to recognize a Palestinian state, but there has to be one first. So I think that is somewhat premature. We have said previously if you go back to what the European Union has said that we would be in a position to recognize a Palestinian state, but the conditions are not there as of yet."
Bildt said the European Union is discussing other steps to increase support for Palestinian aspirations. And at a press conference later in the day, EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana offered strong backing for an eventual Palestinian state.
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military families against the war

"Christmas is always a time of reflection for people who have suffered loss. But we don't have to suffer alone, and we don't have to suffer in silence. Instead, we want to remind the Government of the sacrifices our loved ones have made, and continue to make. We will be traveling to 10 Downing Street on Monday, December 21, to demand to see Gordon Brown and present him with a petition signed by tens of thousands of people who are calling for the troops to be brought home.We have suffered terrible personal loss in this war in Afghanistan and we don't want any more families to go through the same pain.Everyone knows now this is a pointless war, deeply unpopular in Britain and Afghanistan. The most recent poll shows 71 percent of people in Britain want troops home within a year.
Young lives are being sacrificed so that politicians can save face.
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zaterdag 21 november 2009

dig up family graves in order to make way for the first Disneyland in mainland China

Mickey Mouse has met an unexpected obstacle on his chirpy march to bring Walt Disney’s consumer culture into China — ancestor worship.
Amid rice fields and bamboo groves south of Shanghai, hundreds of villagers are resisting plans to dig up family graves in order to make way for the first Disneyland in mainland China.
“It’s harder than persuading them to move out of their homes,” lamented one of three local officials charged with the task.
“A house just equals money but to disturb the forefathers is a trauma for generations.”
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Grote Galactische Uitlijning van 2012.De aarde aan het galactische kruis genageld

Grote Galactische Uitlijning van 2012


De aarde aan het galactische kruis genageld

Terwijl de wereld vol spanning wacht op het aflopen van de Maya kalender op 21 december 2012 en in blijdschap dan wel in angst afwacht of de voorspelling van een grote transformatie zullen uitkomen, reist de vraag of deze transformatie niet al gaande is?
De voorspellingen over een grote transformatie zijn afkomstig van de Maya, Hopi, Inca’s en velen andere indianenstammen uit Midden en Zuid Amerika. De indianen brachten deze voorspellingen naar buiten, toen de eerste tekens van een veranderende aarde duidelijk zichtbaar werden. De voorkennis van een veranderend klimaat, het mondiaal toenemen van het aantal aardbevingen en vulkaanuitbarstingen zijn eeuwenoude geheime profetieën afkomstig van hun voorvaderen die de kunst van sjamanisme verstonden. Ook de Amerikaanse helderziende Edgar Cayce zag in de jaren dertig deze ‘aarde veranderingen’ die volgens hem zouden culmineren tussen 1958 en 1998.
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The (in)sanity of religion .nature lives

Religion
Another story

http://d-project.be/video/de-farmacratische-inquisitie-aanrader

green earth, no war no crime. the venus project utopia or reality?!

The Venus Project presents a bold, new direction for humanity that entails nothing less than the total redesign of our culture. There are many people today who are concerned with the serious problems that face our modern society: unemployment, violent crime, replacement of humans by technology, over-population and a decline in the Earth's ecosystems.
As you will see, The Venus Project is dedicated to confronting all of these problems by actively engaging in the research, development, and application of workable solutions. Through the use of innovative approaches to social awareness, educational incentives, and the consistent application of the best that science and technology can offer directly to the social system, The Venus Project offers a comprehensive plan for social reclamation in which human beings, technology, and nature will be able
to coexist in a long-term, sustainable state of dynamic equilibrium.

Homepage:
http://www.thevenusproject.com/

The movie:
http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com/

The tarsands blow

Dear Canadian Leaders:

I will not allow Canada to exploit the world's dirtiest oil while the rest of the world fights to prevent catastrophic climate change.

P.S. If you think the tar sands are the answer, then you're asking the wrong question.

http://www.thetarsandsblow.org/

vrijdag 20 november 2009

Privacy niet meer beschermt op twitter ze moeten geotags meezenden.

As part of rolling out geotagging today we've updated our privacy policy to explicitly include geotagging and to describe the public nature of most of what people post to Twitter. We've tried to keep it short and sweet with lots of real life examples so it's simple to read through
Privacy policy on website:
http://twitter.com/privacy

Surveillance as Social Sorting

Professor David Lyon (Queen's University, Kingston, Canada) discusses surveillance in the age of new communication and information technologies for the American Sociological Association.
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Biodiversity loss is Earth's 'immense and hidden' tragedy, Darwin's 'natural heir' warns

Problem of biodiversity loss has been 'eased off centre stage' by focus on climate change, according to Prof Edward Wilson, the ecologist described as 'Darwin's natural heir'
The diversity of life on Earth is undergoing an "immense and hidden" tragedy that requires the scale of global response now being deployed to tackle climate change, according to one of the world's most eminent biologists.
Prof Edward Wilson, an ecologist who has been described as "Darwin's natural heir" and hailed by novelist Ian McEwan as an "intellectual hero" and "inspirational" writer, told the Guardian that the threat was so grave he is pushing for the creation of an international body of experts modelled on the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

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Justice Dept. Asks For Indymedia Visitor Logs (VIDEO)

The U.S. Department of Justice sent a formal request to independent news site Indymedia, ordering it to provide details of all reader visits on a certain day. The order included IP addresses, times, and identifying information including e-mail addresses, physical addresses, registered accounts, and Indymedia readers' Social Security Numbers, bank account numbers, and credit card numbers.



Obama administration has nominated a senior executive from the pesticide industry's main trade association to be chief agricultural negotiator for the US Trade Representative. If confirmed, Isi Siddiqui will be responsible for, among other things, negotiating international agreements governing the use of pesticides.


The Obama administration has nominated a senior executive from the pesticide industry's main trade association to be chief agricultural negotiator for the US Trade Representative. If confirmed,Isi Siddiqui will be responsible for, among other things, negotiating international agreements governing the use of pesticides.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDm1mX1HALQ

Nuclear Waste Pollutes Vast Nevada Water

A sea of underground water polluted by years of nuclear tests now covers a vast tract of Nevada.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y9UkHd75m8

maandag 16 november 2009

Poverty, Global Trade Justice, and the Roots of Terrorism

To combat terrorism, we should address the root causes of poverty, says former "economic hit man"


November 13, 2009 - -Navy Seal snipers rescued an American cargo ship captain unharmed and killed three Somali pirates in a daring operation in the Indian Ocean on Sunday, ending a five-day standoff between United States naval forces and a small band of brigands in a covered orange lifeboat off the Horn of Africa. The New York Times published that article in April 2009. The very words "pirates," "daring operation," "standoff," and "brigands" were typical of the U.S. media; they made it sound as though white-hated cowboys had ridden to the rescue of a town besieged by Billy the Kid and his gang. Having lived in that part of the world as an economic hit man, I knew there was another side to what had happened. I wondered why no one was asking about the causes of piracy.I recalled my visits with the Bugi people when I was sent to the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in the early 1970s. The Bugi had been infamous pirates since the time of the East India companies in the 1600s and 1700s. Their ferocity inspired returning European sailors to discipline their disobedient children with threats that "the bugiman will get you." In the 1970s, we feared that they would attack our oil tankers as they passed through the vital Strait of Malacca.I sat with one of their elders on the Sulawesi shore one afternoon. We watched his people build a sailing galleon, known as a prahu, much as they had for centuries. Like a gigantic beached whale, it was high and dry, propped upright by rows of gnarled stakes that resembled roots sprouting from its hull. Dozens of men hustled about it, working with adzes, hatchets, and hand drills. I expressed the concerns of my government to him, intimating that we would retaliate if the oil lanes were threatened.
The "terrorists" I have found in Andean caves and desert villages are people whose families were forced off their farms by oil companies, hydroelectric dams, or "free trade" agreements, whose children are starving, and who want nothing more than to return to their families with food, seeds, and deeds to lands they can cultivate. The old man glared at me. "We were not pirates in the old days," he said, his bushy white hair bobbing indignantly. "We only fought to defend our lands against Europeans who came to steal our spices. If we attack your ships today, it is because they take the trade away from us; your ‘stink ships' foul our waters with oil, destroying our fish and starving our children." Then he shrugged. "Now, we're at a loss." His smile was disarming. "How can a handful of people in wooden sailing ships fight off America's submarines, airplanes, bombs, and missiles?"
A few days after the rescue, the Times ran an editorial entitled "Fighting Piracy in Somalia" that concluded:
Yet left to its own devices, Somalia can only become more noxious, spreading violence to its East African neighbors, breeding more extremism and making shipping through the Gulf of Aden ever more dangerous and costly. Various approaches are being discussed, such as working through Somalia's powerful clans to reconstitute first local and then regional and national institutions. These must be urgently explored.Nowhere did the Times-or any of the other media outlets that I read, heard, or saw-attempt to analyze the roots of the problem in Somalia. Debates abounded about whether to arm ships' crews and send more Navy vessels to the region. There was that vague reference to reconstituting regional and national institutions, but what exactly did the author mean by that? Institutions that would truly help, like free hospitals, schools, and soup kitchens? Or local militias, prisons, and Gestapo-style police forces?The pirates were fishermen whose livelihoods had been destroyed. They were fathers whose children were hungry. Ending piracy would require helping them live sustainable, dignified lives. Could journalists not understand this? Had none of them visited the slums of Mogadishu?
Finally, NPR's Morning Edition on May 6 aired a report from Gwen Thompkins; she interviewed a pirate who went by the name Abshir Abdullahi Abdi. "We understand what we're doing is wrong," Abdi explained. "But hunger is more important than any other thing."
Thompkins commented, "Fishing villages in the area have been devastated by illegal trawlers and waste dumping from industrialized nations. Coral reefs are reportedly dead. Lobster and tuna have vanished. Malnutrition is high."

You might think we would have learned from Vietnam, Iraq, the "Black Hawk down" incident in Somalia back in 1993, and other such forays, that military responses seldom discourage insurgencies. In fact, they often do the opposite; foreign intervention is likely to infuriate local populations, motivate them to support the rebels, and result in an escalation of resistance activities. That was the way it happened during the American Revolution, Latin America's wars for independence from Spain, and in colonial Africa, Indochina, Soviet-occupied Afghanistan, and so many other places.
Blaming pirates and other desperate people for our problems is a distraction we cannot afford if we truly want to find a solution to the crises confronting us. These incidents are symptoms of our failed economic model. They are to our society the equivalent of a heart attack to an individual. We send in Navy Seals to rescue the hostages, as we would hire doctors to perform a coronary artery bypass. But it is essential to admit that both are reactions to an underlying problem. The patient needs to address the reasons his or her heart failed in the first place, such as smoking, diet, and lack of exercise. The same is true for piracy and all forms of terrorism.

Our children's futures are interlocked with the futures of children born in the fishing villages of Somalia, the mountains of Burma (Myanmar), and the jungles of Colombia. When we forget that fact, when we see those children as remote, as somehow disconnected from our lives, as merely the offspring of pirates, guerrillas, or drug runners, we point the gun at our own progeny as well as at the desperate fathers and mothers in lands that seem so far away but in reality are our next door neighbors.
Every time I read about the actions we take to protect ourselves from so-called terrorists, I have to wonder at the narrow-mindedness of our strategy. Although I have met such people in Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, Guatemala, Indonesia, Iran, and Nicaragua, I have never met one who wanted to take up a gun. I know there are crazed men and women who kill because they cannot stop themselves, serial killers, and mass-murderers. I am certain that members of Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and other such groups are driven by fanaticism, but such extremists are able to recruit sizable numbers of followers only from populations that feel oppressed or destitute. The "terrorists" I have found in Andean caves and desert villages are people whose families were forced off their farms by oil companies, hydroelectric dams, or "free trade" agreements, whose children are starving, and who want nothing more than to return to their families with food, seeds, and deeds to lands they can cultivate.
In Mexico, many of the guerrillas and narcotraffickers once owned farms where they grew corn. They lost their livelihoods when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) gave subsidized U.S. producers an unfair price advantage. Here is how the Organic Consumers Organization, a nonprofit that represents more than 850,000 members, subscribers, and volunteers, describes it:
Since NAFTA came into effect on January 1, 1994, U.S. corn exports to Mexico have almost doubled to some 6 million metric tons in 2002. NAFTA eliminated quotas limiting corn imports . . . but allowed U.S. subsidy programs to remain in place-promoting dumping of corn into Mexico by U.S. agribusiness at below the cost of production. . . . The price paid to farmers in Mexico for corn fell by over 70 percent. . .

The passage above exposes the dark side of "free trade" policies. U.S. presidents and our Congress have implemented regulations that prohibited other countries from imposing tariffs on U.S. goods or subsidizing locally grown produce that might compete with our agribusinesses while permitting us to maintain our own import barriers and subsidies, thus giving U.S. corporations an unfair advantage. "Free trade" is a euphemism; it prohibits others from enjoying the benefits offered to the multinationals. It does not, however, regulate against the pollution that is melting glaciers, the land grabs, and the sweatshops.
Father Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann, a Nicaraguan priest who ministered to Sandinista guerrillas and is now president of the U.N. General Assembly, has a firsthand appreciation for such euphemisms and the power of words used to sway public perceptions. "Terrorism is not really an ‘ism,' " he told me. "There's no connection between the Sandinistas who fought the Contras and Al Qaeda, or between Colombia's FARC and fishermen turned pirates in Africa and Asia. Yet they are all called ‘terrorists.' That's just a convenient way for your government to convince the world that there is another enemy ‘ism' out there, like communism used to be. It diverts attention from the very real problems."
Our narrow-minded attitudes and the policies that result from them foment violence, rebellions, and wars. In the long run, almost no one benefits from attacking the people we label as "terrorists." With one glaring exception: the corporatocracy.
Those who own and run the companies that build ships, missiles, and armored vehicles; make guns, uniforms, and bulletproof vests; distribute food, soft drinks, and ammunition; provide insurance, medicines, and toilet paper; construct ports, airstrips, and housing; and reconstruct devastated villages, factories, schools, and hospitals-they, and only they, are the big winners.
The rest of us are hoodwinked by that one, loaded word: terrorist
The current economic collapse has awakened us to the importance of regulating and reigning in the people who control the businesses that benefit from the misuse of words like terrorism and who perpetrate other scams. We recognize today that white-collared executives are not a special, incorruptible breed. Like the rest of us, they require rules. Yet it is not enough for us to reestablish regulations that separate investment banks from commercial banks and insurance companies, reinstate anti-usury laws, and impose guidelines to ensure that consumers are not burdened by credit they cannot afford. We cannot simply return to solutions that worked before. Only by adopting new strategies that promote global environmental and social responsibility will we safeguard the future.
John Perkins adapted this excerpt of Hoodwinked: An Economic Hitman Reveals Why the World Financial Markets Imploded—and What We Need to Do to Remake Them for YES! Magazine, a national, nonprofit media organization that fuses powerful ideas with practical actions. John is also the author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, The World is as You Dream It: Shamanic Teachings from the Amazon and Andes, and Spirit of the Shuar.

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