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Time to Challenge the War System

#508 | Prof. Jake Lynch – TRANSCEND Media Service

Are these observations leading to a putative grand conspiracy involving individuals in different domains--industry, military, politics and media--scheming in secret to propel us into war in order to make money? This is where we reach for the concepts furnished by social science to locate political agency not in the words and deeds of identifiable actors but instead as a generative force that is stored in, and activated from, systems and structures.

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Gandhian Strategy

Sunanda Sharma | Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal & Gandhi Research Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service

The Gandhian strategy is the combination of truth, sacrifice, nonviolence, selfless service and cooperation. According to Gandhi one should be brave and not a coward and should present his views, suggestions and thoughts without being violent. One should fight a war with the weapons of truth and nonviolence. Gandhi said that “There is no god higher than truth.” According to his thoughts, nonviolence is ultimate solution of every kind of problem in the world.

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Eyewitness: The Rohingya Horrors and [Nobel Peace Laureate] Aung San Suu Kyi’s Whitewash

Ellen Wiles – The Conversation

And then there’s the sight of Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights icon Aung San Suu Kyi, the head of government in all but name, publicly whitewashing the situation. She has failed, not just to condemn, but even to recognise the atrocities, and has declined to acknowledge the existence of the Rohingya Muslim minority--and their ongoing genocide.

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Waves of Genocidal Terror against Rohingyas by Myanmar and the Resultant Exodus Since 1978

Maung Zarni and Natalie Brinham | Middle East Institute – TRANSCEND Media Service

14 Nov 2017 - This essay aims to highlight the scope and rhythmic nature of Burma’s persecution of Rohingyas and the devastating impact on the Rohingya population. First, it sets out to describe and help readers understand the evolving pretexts given by the successive Burmese governments and the methods of group destruction and resultant waves — five in total — of the outflow of Rohingyas in large number. Then it attempts to offer an interpretive framework within which this cycle of violence-exodus-lull is best understood.

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Failing the People of Syria during Seven Years of Devastation and Dispossession

Richard Falk | Global Justice in the 21st Century – TRANSCEND Media Service

13 Nov 2017 - What follows is a wide-ranging interview in November 2017 that that concentrates on the failure of the UN and the world to rescue the people of Syria by a timely and effective humanitarian intervention. The interview is to be published in the Turkish magazine Causcasus International.

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We Need Their Voices Today! (22) And Yours!

John Scales Avery, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service

At a time of crisis, with the future at stake, please don't be silent. We urgently need your voice today!

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Why Are Police in the USA So Terrified?

Robert J. Burrowes, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Nov 2017 - For those who follow news in the United States, the routine killing of innocent civilians by the police has become a national crisis despite concerted attempts by political and legal authorities and the corporate media to obscure what is happening. So far this year, US police have killed 1,044 people. In contrast, from 1990 to 2016, police in England and Wales killed just 62 people. So why are the police so violent? you might ask.

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Western Intelligence: Saad Hariri Resigned to Avoid His Father’s Fate and Salvage Lebanon

Franklin Lamb – TRANSCEND Media Service

16 Nov 2017 - Last week’s resignation of Lebanon’s popular Prime Minister Saad Hariri has fueled a plethora of politically inspired conspiracy theories. Beirut and Washington DC sources have suggested to this observer that Hariri’s thinking and motivation for a quick departure from Lebanon was influenced by reports delivered to him personally from three Western security agencies that have for the past six months been monitoring the movements of certain security agents from Hezbollah.

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A History of Idiocy

Uri Avnery | Gush Shalom – TRANSCEND Media Service

18 Nov 2017 - The older I get, the more convinced I am that sheer stupidity plays a major role in the history of nations. Great Thinkers, compared to whom I am a mere intellectual dwarf, have pursued other factors to explain what has turned history into a mess.

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Flu Shots, Fosamax and Pharmaceutical Fakery

Gary G. Kohls, MD | Duty to Warn – TRANSCEND Media Service

The Common Use of Deceptive Statistics in the Vaccine and Pharmaceutical Literature

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Challenges Facing Academia — Restoring Understanding and Harmony

Dr. Ravi P Bhatia – TRANSCEND Media Service

20 Nov 2017 - After schooling, students have to decide what stream or subjects they should pursue in higher education. There are broadly four streams of studies for College students in many countries including India:

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Migrants Sold into Slavery in Libya for as Little as US$400

teleSUR – TRANSCEND Media Service

Libya, which formerly had the highest standard of living on the African continent, is now in ruins and housing a major slave market—thanks to US invasion, destruction of its social fabric and institutions under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Manus Island: Those for Whom We Cannot Grieve

Elise Addlem – New Matilda

14 Nov 2017 - The 600 men trapped between the Manus Island detention centre and the unknown that comes next are people defined negatively as individuals. As a nation, overcoming our fear of ‘the other’ and exposing our own vulnerabilities is the key to ending the crisis on Australia’s Manus Island.

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A Telling Comparison: Israel versus North Korea

Kim Petersen – Global Research

13 Nov 2017 - A comparison with how the UN deals with North Korea vis-à-vis another member state, Israel, is instructive.

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Did Hitler Win the War?

Harald Ofstad | Dagens Nyheter – TRANSCEND Media Service

The simplest explanation of the situation of the world is that Hitler won the war and is directing the events from his control room. If we accept this idea, it will be intelligible that the development is consistent with his ideology and more and more seems to be characterized by his evil genius. But if we assume that Nazism was crushed 1945, how then should we explain the correspondence?

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U.S. Congress Approves Defense Bill to Pump $700 Billion into Military

Richard Lardner | Associated Press – PBS News Hour

14 Nov 2017 — House Republicans and Democrats joined forces today to decisively approve a defense policy bill that authorizes $700 billion to restock what lawmakers have described as a depleted U.S. military and counter North Korea’s advancing nuclear weapons program.

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Mass Shooters Are Disproportionately US Veterans

David Swanson – MintPress News

US Military Veterans Are More than Twice as Likely to Be Mass Shooters - It’s important to answer because it’s important for us to know whether military training is contributing to this epidemic,

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An Escalating Afghan Crisis of ‘Profit’ over ‘Life’

Hakim Young, MD – TRANSCEND Media Service

13 Nov 2017 - If our ‘thinking as usual’ and ‘business as usual’ continue, we will leave no historical traces at Mes Aynak or Kabul except for mining and digging machines, in a parched desert of war ruins.

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Your Silence on Manus and Nauru Is Your Complicity

Lauren Bull – New Matilda

What Australia has done to people seeking asylum is the responsibility of all Australians.

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Afghanistan Opium Production Jumps 87 Per Cent to Record Level – UN Survey

UN News Centre – TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Nov 2017 – A profoundly alarming trend in the cultivation and production of opium in Afghanistan reveals an 87 per cent production increase compared to 2016, the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime said today.

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Myanmar and Buddhist Extremism

Paul Fuller – The Conversation

A newly emerging democracy with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi guiding the country on a backdrop of Islamophobic Buddhist nationalism. Buddhists are often regarded as a peaceful people. But looking at it from a Buddhist cultural perspective, one can begin to see why this is happening.

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EU Member States Take Major Step toward a European Army

Peter Schwarz | WSWS – TRANSCEND Media Service

14 Nov 2017 - The European Union has advanced its capacity to wage war in the future independently of and, if necessary, against the USA. Along with Britain, which will leave the EU in 2019, only four smaller countries—Denmark, Ireland, Malta and Portugal—did not sign on to the deal.

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Bob Geldof Hands Back Freedom of Dublin in Aung San Suu Kyi Protest

Isabel Bennett – The Guardian

13 Nov 2017 - Bob Geldof called Myanmar’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, “a handmaiden to genocide” today as he returned his Freedom of the City of Dublin award in protest over her response to the repression of Rohingya Muslims. The Live Aid founder criticised the Burmese Nobel peace prize winner for her silence over military operations that have driven more than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims into neighbouring Bangladesh.

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‘Millions of Victims’: US Aiding Massive Genocide in Yemen at Behest of Saudi Arabia

Matt Agorist | The Free Thought Project – TRANSCEND Media Service

13 Nov 2017 - The Saudi Arabian alliance, of which the US is a member, has cut off the flow of humanitarian aid into Yemen and the results are catastrophic. We’re looking at a population that is larger than Australia’s. Apparently, the cost of maintaining ‘freedom’ in America now involves aiding a terrorist nation in the starvation of an entire country.

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Pentagon Trained Syria’s Al Qaeda “Rebels” in the Use of Chemical Weapons

Prof Michel Chossudovsky – Global Research

18 Nov 2017 - The Western Media Refute Their Own Lies: Not only do they confirm that the Pentagon has been training the terrorists in the use of chemical weapons, they also acknowledge the existence of a not so secret “US-backed plan to launch a chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime”

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With UN Support, More Countries Confronting Threat of Drug-Resistant ‘Superbugs’

UN News Centre – TRANSCEND Media Service

17 Nov 2017 – Antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals or antiparasitics are widely used in livestock, poultry and aquaculture to treat or prevent diseases. However, their over-use and misuse, such as for “promoting growth” is leading to the emergence of microbes resistant to these drugs, making the diseases they cause impossible to treat. Humans exposed to these antimicrobial resistant pathogens are also affected in the same way.

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UN Envoy Urges Greater Support for Rohingya Victims of Sexual Violence

UN News Centre – TRANSCEND Media Service

16 Nov 2017 – “My observations point to a pattern of widespread atrocities, including rape, gang-rape by multiple soldiers, forced public nudity and humiliation, and sexual slavery in military captivity directed against Rohingya women and girls,” UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict Pramila Patten said today.

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Over 15,000 Scientists Just Issued a ‘Second Notice’ to Humanity. Can We Listen Now?

Andrea Germanos – Common Dreams

13 Nov 2017 - Reassessing warning issued 25 years ago, the "second notice" to humanity warns of "widespread misery and catastrophic biodiversity loss" unless business-as-usual is upended.

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The Climate Emergency: Two Time Scales

John Scales Avery – TRANSCEND Media Service

20 Nov 2017 - I am working on a book with the title The Climate Emergency: Two Time Scales. A pdf file of a first draft of the book can be freely downloaded. I urge you to download this file and to send the link or file to friends who might be interested. Also, if you have a website, please publish it there. Here are some excerpts from the Introduction:

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Nuclear Disarmament Now a ‘Moral Imperative’ as Pope Francis Rejects Deterrence

Gerard O’Connell | America Jesuit Review – TRANSCEND Media Service

In a landmark statement on nuclear arms on 10 Nov 2017, Pope Francis has categorically condemned not only “the threat of their use” but also “their very possession.” Nuclear weapons, he told participants at a Vatican symposium on “integral disarmament,” exist “in the service of a mentality of fear that affects not only the parties in conflict but the entire human race.”

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America’s Renegade Warfare

Nicolas J S Davies – Consortium News

Claiming the right to launch preemptive wars and fighting an ill-defined “global war on terror,” the U.S. government has slaughtered vast numbers of civilians in defiance of international law.

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The Biggest Threat to World Peace Is NATO

Eric Zuesse | Washington’s Blog – TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Nov 2017 - On November 8th, Britain’s Daily Mail bannered “NATO tells Europe to prepare for ‘rapid deployment’:” and sub-headed “Defence chiefs say roads, bridges and rail links must be improved in case tanks and heavy vehicles need to be quickly mobilised” (to invade Russia, but the newspaper’s slant was instead that this must be done purely defensively).

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Paradise Papers Yet another Example of the Power of Collaboration in Investigative Journalism

Richard Sambrook – The Conversation

14 Nov 2017 - Established media organisations are collaborating across borders and with new media to break big stories such as global tax avoidance by the rich and powerful.

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Wealth Inequality ‘Crisis’ as Richest 1 Percent Account for Half the World’s Wealth

Spencer Woodman – International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

14 Nov 2017 - The world’s top 1 percent held 45.5 percent of all household wealth in 2000. Now, they hold 50.1 percent, according to Credit Suisse’s annual Global Wealth Report. The report highlights that Ultra High Net Worth Individuals – people who are worth more than $50 million – as being the driving force behind the gap. This group of wealth holders has grown five-fold since 2000.

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The Logic of Drug Legalization

Jeff Berg - CounterPunch

15 Nov 2017 - The Drug Lords of today exist because of the extraordinary profits resulting from criminalization. Estimates run in the half a trillion range globally per year. Why drugs ought to be legalized.

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Why Do Civilians Become Combatants In Wars against the U.S.A.?

Nicolas J S Davies | PeaceVoice – TRANSCEND Media Service

The Center for Civilians in Conflict published the results of interviews with 250 people who joined armed groups in Bosnia, Somalia, Gaza and Libya. One of its main findings was that, “The most common motivation for involvement, described by interviewees in all four case studies, was the protection of self or family.”

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Texas Shooting Shows Once again That Animal Cruelty and Human Cruelty Are Strongly Linked

Martha Rosenberg - CounterPunch

15 Nov 2017 - What do Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Devin Kelley the Texas church killer and a host of other killers have in common? They tortured animals and delighted in the pain they inflicted. Why the Texas shooting shows that animal cruelty and human cruelty are linked.

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Blood Sport: Animal Welfare in Ireland

Pauline Murphy - CounterPunch

16 Nov 2017 - From January 2018 the use of wild animals in circuses will be forbidden by Irish law. New regulations have been introduced in the Irish Animal Welfare Act to come in line with modern day animal welfare standards. It will see the end of the likes of tethered elephants and caged tigers in circuses across Ireland.

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Sea Shepherd and Japanese Whaling: A Message from Captain Paul Watson

Captain Paul Watson | Sea Shepherd Global – TRANSCEND Media Service

The Japanese whaling fleet has left from Japan bound for the waters of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson, explains why we will not be sending our ships to Antarctica this season. "To continue would be foolish. We would spend a few million dollars and many months only to have another failure to engage, and if we did by some miracle encounter the fleet, we would be subject to lethal force without support from our own cowardly governments."

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‘Antibiotic Apocalypse’ as Livestock Is Force-Fed 80% of Prescribed Antibiotics Worldwide

Sophie Linden – AlterNet

13 Nov 2017 - Antibiotics Are Weakening and Millions Will Feel the Damage if the Meat Industry Doesn't Change Its Ways - The use of antibiotics on healthy animals is helping to spread antibiotic resistance.

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Lion ‘Trophy’ Importation Ban Was Quietly Lifted by Trump Administration in October

David Leestma | EcoWatch – TRANSCEND Media Service

17 Nov 2017 - Last month the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service began issuing hunting permits for the import of lion trophies. Although the USFSW announced Wednesday [15 Nov] it was lifting a ban on the import of elephant trophies, the new guidelines for importing sport-hunted lions have been quietly in effect since Oct. 20.

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Democratic Rotation in Office: Political Transcendence and Transformation of Ethno-regional Identities within the 21st Century Nation State

David Tiomajou – TRANSCEND Media Service

Prof. Tagou brings to the democratic debate bold, interesting and eye-opening proposals: Africa should proudly and positively mold its own model of democracy rooted in its socio-cultural and ethnic pluralistic context. He proposes a model based on Johan Galtung’s concepts of transcendence and transformation of conflicts: Rotative Democracy as mechanism for the election of the President of the Republic.

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The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story

Vacy Vlazna | Politics for the People – TRANSCEND Media Service

13 Nov 2017 - Dr. Ramzy Baroud’s new book, The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story is described simplistically as ‘non-fictional narrative of modern Palestinian history.’ It is much, much more; for us readers, it is an intimate encounter, chapter by chapter, wherein we are entertaining new friends; having the privilege of listening to, savoring and indeed cherishing the rarely heard Palestinian stories saturated with the fears, joys, suffering, triumphs of the human spirit.

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Global Peace, Security and Conflict Resolution: Approaches to Understand the Current Issues and Future-Making

Countercurrents – TRANSCEND Media Service

The author initiates a courageous reasoned analysis of the current global affairs to unfold how few strategic and imaginative minds are enforcing new devices, weaponry and technological sophistication focusing on dehumanized fantasies of peace and human security to control the interests and priorities of One Humanity and endangering the futuristic stability.

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What if You Knew Alzheimer’s Was Coming for You?

Pagan Kennedy – The New York Times

17 Nov 2017 - Simple blood tests may soon be able to deliver alarming news about your cognitive health. 25 to 50 percent of us will show signs of Alzheimer’s by the age of 85. When it comes to dementia, we all should consider ourselves vulnerable. No matter what genes you carry, your odds of developing cognitive problems increase as you age.

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Alzheimer’s: Time to Take a Closer Look

Meredith Rogers | Geriatric Nurse – TRANSCEND Media Service

An infographic about this disease that is affecting more and more people around the world every year. Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia. It attacks the area of the brain that has to do with thoughts and language. Alzheimer’s causes problems in an otherwise healthy individual, issue severe enough to interfere with a person’s work and social life.

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Death by a Thousand Cuts: When the Cures of Big Pharma Are Worse than the Diseases

Paul Haeder | Dissident Voice – TRANSCEND Media Service

The more chemicals, drugs, vaccines, additives, toxins they make, the more difficult it is to escape from big business’ straitjacket.

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Good to Know (Perhaps) That Food Is Being ‘Nuclearised’

Baher Kamal – Inter Press Service-IPS

16 Nov 2017 - It might sound strange, very strange, but the news is that scientists and experts have been assuring, over and again, that using nuclear applications in agriculture –and thus in food production—are giving a major boost to food security. So how does this work?

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Prisons and Policing: Beyond the Carceral Logic of Civil Commitment in the USA

Toshio Meronek and Erica R. Meiners | The Next System Project – TRANSCEND Media Service

10 Nov 2017 - A key component of the current system is its reliance on imprisonment as a response to behaviors and populations which are understood as sources of actual or potential harm. How can a harm reduction lens help us understand why really protecting our communities means imagining alternatives beyond incarceration?

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RIP Edward Herman, Who Co-Wrote a Book That’s Now More Important Than Ever

Matt Taibbi – Rolling Stone

14 Nov 2017 - Edward Herman, the co-author (with Noam Chomsky) of Manufacturing Consent, has died. He was 92. His work has never been more relevant. Manufacturing Consent was a kind of bible of media criticism for a generation of dissident thinkers.

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (24 Nov 1864 – 9 Sep 1901)

Toulouse-Lautrec Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service

At the age of 13 Henri fractured his left thigh bone, and at 14, the right. His legs ceased to grow, so that as an adult he was only 1.54m. tall, having developed an adult-sized torso, while retaining his child-sized legs. He is also reported to have had hypertrophied genitals. Physically unable to participate in most of the activities typically enjoyed by men of his age, Toulouse-Lautrec immersed himself in his art. An alcoholic for most of his adult life, he was placed in a sanatorium shortly before his death.

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The Dull Ax

Prof. Dietrich Fischer – TRANSCEND Media Service

A lumber jack worked long hours every day to exhaustion, wasting a lot of time and energy cutting trees with a dull ax.

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This Week in History

Satoshi Ashikaga – TRANSCEND Media Service

Nov 20-26, 2017 ~ QUOTE OF THE WEEK: “To love means loving the unlovable. To forgive means pardoning the unpardonable. Faith means believing the unbelievable. Hope means hoping when everything seems hopeless.” - Gilbert K. Chesterton

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The Wall

Doug Rawlings – TRANSCEND Media Service

Vietnam War: what to take away? An admiration for the heroism of Americans and Vietnamese caught up in a grotesque, immoral, unjust war, just trying to survive? Disgust at the venality of the old men in the background pulling the strings? A deep, abiding cynicism as we look into the future of our country? What? I dunno. I wrote The Wall in 1986 after visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in DC for the first time.

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PEACE: An Ultimate Planetary Need

Francisco Gomes de Matos – TRANSCEND Media Service

Humanity needs Peace! Who feeds Peace? Who is fed Peace? By whom? How? Where? When? Why?

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Oh Life, Unknown Deity

Adolf P. Shvedchikov – TRANSCEND Media Service

Oh life, unknown deity, You modify your forms but cannot die, Wandering along the maze of eternity,

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(Français) Quatre choses à savoir sur la Chine – dans le cadre du XIXème congrès du Parti

Marc Vandepitte | Investig’Action – TRANSCEND Media Service

15 Nov 2017- La communication médiatique occidentale sur le XIXème congrès du Parti communiste chinois a été affligeante. L’attention a presque exclusivement porté sur les “marionnettes du spectacle”, sur un seul homme et les spéculations à propos de l’hypothétique étendue de son pouvoir. Toutefois ce congrès ne portait pas sur la personne de Xi Jinping mais sur les changements et les défis fondamentaux du plus grand pays au monde. Mais nous n’avons pas appris grand chose à ce sujet, sinon quelques clichés éculés.

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(Italiano) Papa Francesco: il disarmo integrale non è un’utopia

M.Michela Nicolais | Servizio Informazione Religiosa – TRANSCEND Media Service

10 novembre 2017 - Non utopia, ma sano realismo. Così Papa Francesco, ricevendo in udienza i partecipanti al Simposio vaticano, ha definito l'ambizioso obiettivo del disarmo integrale. Le armi nucleari producono "catastrofiche conseguenze umanitarie", il grido d'allarme contro la "logica della paura".

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(Français) Les maisons closes du capitalisme

Emir Sader | ALAI – TRANSCEND Media Service

Les mal nommés paradis fiscaux fonctionnent comme des bordels du capitalisme. On y fait des affaires sales, qui ne peuvent être reconnues publiquement, mais qui sont indispensables au fonctionnement du système. Comme les maisons closes dans la société traditionnelle.

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(Castellano) Los animales, portadores de derechos y deben ser respetados

Leonardo Boff – TRANSCEND Media Service

12 nov 2017 - La aceptación o no de la dignidad de los animales depende del paradigma (visión del mundo y valores) que cada cual asume. Hay dos paradigmas que vienen de la más remota antigüedad y perduran hasta hoy.

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(Italiano) Per TMS. La sentenza di Piazza della Loggia e il quinquennio 1969-1974 a Collettivamente memoria. Manlio Milani e Silvia Guarneri ad Aosta

Silvia Berruto – TRANSCEND Media Service

Domani, domenica 19 novembre (ieri per i lettori di TMS) e oggi, lunedì 20 novembre, sempre per i lettori di Transcend Media Service, il progetto culturale “Collettivamente memoria” – tecnicamente anche progetto-intervento – presenta due testimonianze su una vicenda storica che ha riguardato la collettività italiana: la strage di Piazza della Loggia a Brescia avvenuta il 28 maggio 1974.

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(Português) “Estar vivo é ser uma alma viva. Um animal – e somos todos animais – é uma alma inserida num corpo”

David Arioch | Jornalismo Cultural – TRANSCEND Media Service

17 nov 2017 - Estar vivo é ser uma alma viva. Um animal – e somos todos animais – é uma alma inserida num corpo. Foi precisamente isso que Descartes enxergou e, por razões pessoais, escolheu negar. O animal vive, disse Descartes, da mesma forma que a máquina vive.

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(Português) Câmeras escondidas revelam a crueldade de fazendas (quintas) premiadas de porcos

Claudia Braghetto - ANDA Agência de Notícias de Direitos Animais

17 nov 2017 - Uma investigação conduzida pela organização Animal Equality e feita nas fazendas/quintas do grupo Red Tractor na Grã-Bretanha revelou cenas chocantes de crueldade e sofrimento. Todos os animais haviam tido seus rabos amputados, uma mutilação dolorosa e feita sem anestesia.

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La Cavalerie Legere (Music Video of the Week)

Andre Rieu & Jso – TRANSCEND Media Service

Rieu at His Best! Enjoy.

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Pawel Kuczynski – TRANSCEND Media Service

Clean Coal?

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Oldest Profession

Dietrich Fischer – TRANSCEND Media Service

A surgeon, an engineer and an economist were arguing which was the oldest profession.

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