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  • Social Disintegration

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    With the present Wall Street fiasco, my concern is that too much attention will be paid to financial confusion, and too little to social disintegration. While public trust is perhaps at an all-time low in the United States, political panic and religious hysteria are on the rise. Last time these phenomena converged we had Aryan… more

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  • Indigenous Fellowship Programme

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    English-Speaking Indigenous Fellowship Programme 2008   Five English-speaking indigenous fellows will visit UNESCO headquarters for a two-week stay (9-20 June 2008), with the aim to learn about the work of the organization and engage in dialogue on issues of mutual concern.   As well as taking part in group sessions on UNESCO’s activities, the fellows… more

  • All Things Are Connected

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    As they say, all things are connected. The Reagan Administration brought criminal governance to America, and consequently a culture of fraud. That culture could not go on forever, and now we are paying the price. Forecasting our future might be as simple as looking at the Argentinean experience, or as complex as examining the economic… more

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  • Exercising Sovereignty

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    Breaking the Choke Hold Real News reports on the regional resolution of Bolivia’s civic unrest by the elected leaders of South America who are jointly attempting to break the choke hold of the United States over their natural resources. more

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  • Lawless World

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    On this 60th anniversary of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and 1st anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, one might ask why it took an additional 59 years for indigenous peoples to be considered human beings, but leaving that aside for the moment, one might well ask what… more

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