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  • Forest Gardening and BioCultural Diversity

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    Global biological and cultural diversity are essential to the Earth’s health, and ancient native “forest gardening” practices are of major importance to promoting such diversity. The Kuikuro people of the Upper Xingu region of the Brazilian Amazon are apparently the descendants of a remarkable civilization that built a complex of hamlets and villages around a… more

  • Jim Crow Jews

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    Joel Gulledge of Christian Peacemaker writes about his experience as an American volunteer in the West Bank. Charged with escorting Palestinian schoolchildren who are regularly attacked by Israeli settlers residing on illegally–seized lands, Gulledge witnessed repeated lethal assaults with stones, chains and bats against children and volunteers. Hospitalized himself by settler–inflicted injuries, Gulledge says the… more

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  • FW Nations: Climate Mitigation and Adaptation

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    Fourth World nations are serious parties to local, regional or international negotiations concerning mitigation and adaptation to changes in the climate. Climate Change due to global warming is attributed to human initiated releases of carbon and human created toxins into earth’s atmosphere. These nations occupy territories containing 80% of the world’s biodiversity; and with a… more

  • Anarchy and Chaos

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    Contrary to the propaganda of modern states now morphed into criminal enterprises, social organization under indigenous nations was well-ordered according to natural laws. What we have now, under the transnational criminal networks posing as legitimate states, is indeed chaos. In fact, the anarchy of militarized consumerism poses the greatest threat to human survival ever experienced… more

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  • Defining the Enemy

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    In Defining the Enemy for the Post-Cold War World, Jason A. Edwards examines rhetorical devices used to characterize enemy agents and global chaos. As Edwards observes, Most Americans have very little knowledge of the issues and threats that the United States faces in the international arena…Teaching reality to the American public involves telling it stories… more

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