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Artby – Mirjam Hirch

Climate Caravan to Copenhagen

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Strong fighters for social and climate justice travelled through Frankfurt today on a caravan that is driving from Geneva to Copenhagen, December 3-9. Politically aware people from around the world are aiming at mobilizing others to help in the struggle against the negative effects of “(green) capitalism” as well as the annihilation of indigenous peoples [&hellip... more →

Dying For Money in Peru’s Jungle

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Suffering, in real danger of being wiped out from a hepatitis B infection is the indigenous nation of the Candoshi, estimated at 2,500, in Peru’s northern Amazon jungle. After Candoshi chief Venancio Ucama Simon’s dramatical call on the government, Health Minister Oscar Ugarte declared a health emergency in the area to tackle the hepatitis B [&hellip... more →

Radicalizing Tensions

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Fear of the spread of Islamic values resonates in many parts of Europe. In Switzerland a referendum was held yesterday on 29 November 2009 against the construction of minarets. The amendment was approved by the majority of the population. Even though most Muslims in Switzerland do not adhere to the codes of dress and radical [&hellip... more →

KILLING JEWS FOR GERMAN HEALTH

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Writing a book is the revenge of the intellectual said prominent American psychiatrist and distinguished professor Robert Jay Lifton smiling knowingly during yesterday’s premier of the documentary film “Killing Jews for German Health”. In the heart of Germany’s financial empire in Frankfurt/Main on famous Berger street, Mr. Lifton explained how it was the collective consciousness [&hellip... more →

Signs of Growing Movement in Integrative Health Care

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The long and desperately needed collaboration between traditional medicine practitioners and institutionalized medical care gets more awareness and coverage. With the limits of so-called western medicine being widely acknowledged especially in the fields of prevention and the healing of mental disease the potential of traditional medicine is more and more perceived, practiced and protected. The [&hellip... more →

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