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Peace Journalism Perspective


Prof. Johan Galtung

Meanwhile, Around the World

Nº 443 | Johan Galtung, 22 Aug 2016 - TRANSCEND Media Service

Auschwitz, 29 July: Pope Francis praying, asking God for the 'grace to cry' (INYT, 30-31 July) was very, very touching. And very, very different from the show Obama tried to put on in Hiroshima.

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Peace Journalism: What Johan Galtung Asked the Taliban

Liam McLoughlin – New Matilda

The Norwegian sociologist, who helped found the field of ‘peace journalism’, spoke about conflict, terror, and talking to the Taliban. The scholar is a vocal critic of mainstream media coverage of violence. In his critique of the failure to give context for events and explore the causes of conflict, Galtung differentiates ‘war journalism’ from ‘peace journalism’. We began the interview with a succinct explanation of the difference.

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Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Stiglitz Tells Us Why ‘Neoliberalism Is Dead’

Will Martin | Business Insider – TRANSCEND Media Service

19 Aug 2016 - Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize-winning economist and former adviser to US President Bill Clinton, says the consensus surrounding neoliberal economic thought has come to an end.

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Other Commentaries


Individual and Human Rights

Howard Richards – TRANSCEND Media Service

Take a cue from the days when Jesus could say “render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.” In those days money belonged to sovereigns and sovereigns used their financial privileges to defray their expenses, mainly the expenses of waging wars. Now banks and other financial institutions have privileges that the sovereign people should have and should use to make social rights real rights.

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Free People from the Standardised Dictatorship of the 0.01%

Prof. Vandana Shiva – TRANSCEND Media Service

Chemical corporations are trying to impose patents on all living organisms… They are trying to destroy our local food systems and replace them with industrial junk food by changing food and health safety as well as bio-safety, through ‘harmonisation’.

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19 August, World Humanitarian Day: A Need for Common Actions

Rene Wadlow – TRANSCEND Media Service

In Memory of Sérgio Vieira de Mello (1948-2003) - 19 August was designated in memory of the 19 August 2003 bombing of the UN office building in Baghdad, Iraq in which Sérgio Vieira de Mello, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and at the time Special Representative of the UN Secretary General was killed along with 21 UN staff members. Over 200 UN employees were injured.

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Olympic Jews?

Uri Avnery | Gush Shalom – TRANSCEND Media Service

20 Aug 2016 - The scene at Ben-Gurion airport this week was rather astonishing. More than a thousand young male fans came to welcome the two Israeli Judo fighters who had won a bronze medal each at the Olympic games in Rio. Yet judo is not a very popular sport in Israel. So Israeli crowds suddenly became judo fans (some called it "Jewdo"). People who did not go wild with enthusiasm were considered traitors.

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Beyond Jewish Identity: Exceptionalism Revisited

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

20 Aug 2016 - The problem with Jewish identity is Jewish identity! By this I mean, the hegemonic forms of Jewish exceptionalism to which most Jews are enthralled, including a provocative insistence on willed disaffiliation in a few rate instances… Instead of Jewish exceptionalism (or American exceptionalism) the call of this bio-political moment is for species exceptionalism.

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Searching for Antiquities and Uncommon Beliefs

Dr. Ravi P Bhatia – TRANSCEND Media Service

Most of us have a desire to know who our grandparents or great grandparents were -- how and where they lived and what they did. This feeling is accentuated if one has been forced to leave one’s ancestral home or village.

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Cultivating the Myth of Human Equality

Anthony Judge | Laetus in praesens – TRANSCEND Media Service

Ignoring Complicity in the Contradictions Thereby Engendered - At the time of writing, the argument can be made otherwise with the popular appeal of the promise of one US presidential nominee to "make America great again". How is the desperate need to "be number one" to be related to whatever is implied by human equality? The question of principle is strikingly defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that: all men are born free and equal in rights and dignity.

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Eight Years

Prof. Mazin Qumsiyeh | Popular Resistance – TRANSCEND Media Service

16 Aug 2016 - It has been 8 years since I moved back from the USA to occupied Palestine and it may be worth a brief reflection… All of this was done while struggling against not just Israeli occupation with its repression (e.g. inability to import things normally, lack of freedom of movement) but some Palestinian societal backward culture including nepotism, patriarchy, bureaucracy, and corruption. We were learning as we go how to deal with people (including the “mental occupation”).

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From Negative Leadership to Healing Leadership: A Therapy Strategy to Remedy African Instability

Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service

For Africa to address the many problems that cause conflicts - such as widespread corruption, economic inequality and exclusion of certain ethnic and social groups - it is essential to have democratic, well-governed states. To achieve peace and stability, Africa must recycle its current leadership by putting emphasis on the demilitarization of the minds and political institutions.

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Whose Child Is This?

Anthony Marsella, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service

Whose child is this? Is this child an Iraqi . . . an Israeli . . . a Chechnyan . . . an Afghani . . . a Kurd . . . a Nigerian? Is she or he English, Indonesian, Spanish, Lebanese, Turkish, Congolese, Bosnian, Persian? Does it matter? Is this child not a daughter or son to each of us?

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One Humanity? Millions of Children Tortured, Smuggled, Abused, Enslaved

Baher Kamal – Inter Press Service-IPS

Children are being smuggled, sexually abused, maimed, killed for their vital organs, recruited as soldiers or otherwise enslaved. And 750 million women will have been married as children by 2030. These are just some of the dramatic figures that UNICEF and other UN and international bodies released few weeks ahead of the World Humanitarian Day marked every year on August 19.

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South Sudan: Hundreds of Children Recruited into Armed Groups, Reports UNICEF

UN News Centre – TRANSCEND Media Service

19 Aug 2016 – Reporting that 650 children have been recruited into armed groups in South Sudan since January, the United Nations Children's Fund called today for an immediate end to recruitment and an unconditional release of all children by armed actors.

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Iran: Children at the Gallows

Rose Delaney – Inter Press Service-IPS

12 Aug 2016 - Iran currently executes the highest number of juvenile offenders in the world. Rights groups have reported it executed at least 230 people since the beginning of 2016. At least 160 youths under the age of 18 currently await execution.

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The Children Are in Danger: Welcome to the ‘Kids Guantanamo’ of Egypt

Noor El-Terk – Middle East Eye

Electrocuted, whipped, beaten on his face, jumped on his back; the list of horrors is unending as his father fights to keep tears out of his voice. “My son was born in Japan you know, I wrote to the Japanese ambassador, if [sending him to Japan] is what it takes to keep him safe, I’ll give him up. Japan can take him as one of their own – the children here are in danger. All my son will know from this country is its dungeons. He’s seen more than what any 15-year-old should see.”

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Why Is Global Community Ignoring Slaughter of Yemeni Children?

Catherine Shakdam | Human Wrongs Watch – TRANSCEND Media Service

I realize that truth and honesty are hard commodities to come by, but let’s momentarily see if we can stomach the reality the people of Yemen have had to endure as the global community chose to avert its gaze. Yes, a school was bombed and children were butchered. Yemen was violated and scarred beyond the tolerable and the comprehensible. What else is new? Yemen has died a thousand deaths already, and none have come to its rescue.

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Photo of Boy Pulled from Rubble Reminder of ‘Unimaginable Horrors’ Syrian Children Face – UNICEF

UN News Centre – TRANSCEND Media Service

19 Aug 2016 –“No child in Syria [is] safe while the conflict drags on,” Christophe Boulierac, a spokesperson for the UN Children's Fund told the press in Geneva, referring to the photograph which went viral on social media yesterday and has galvanized world attention to the suffering in Aleppo, Syria's iconic second city.

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Presidential Elections Need Not Matter So Much

Timothy Braatz | ZNet – TRANSCEND Media Service

So vote happily for a presidential candidate, or hold your nose and vote, or don’t vote at all, but help build a nonviolent movement to compel the president to act for human good. The greater that movement, the less presidential elections will matter. Learn from the successes and failures of the Civil Rights Movement. And keep in mind the words of Mohandas Gandhi, which Martin Luther King learned to quote: “There go my people. I must rush to catch up with them, for I am their leader.”

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North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux Aren’t Backing Down to Oil Pipeline Developers

Sarah Aziza | Waging Nonviolence – TRANSCEND Media Service

On Thursday [11 Ago 2016], nonviolent protesters outside North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux reservation entered their second day of confrontation with private security and local law enforcement. Armed with drums, tribal flags, and cell phones, demonstrators moved to block the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.7 billion dollar crude-oil conduit slated to cut just 1,000 feet from the perimeter of native land.

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Pokémons in Every House, Yard, Every Military Base

Sergey Kolyasnikov | Fort Russ – TRANSCEND Media Service

If someone wants to know what is being done in the building, say, of Parliament, Congress, Presidential Palace? Phones of dozens of MPs, representatives, janitors, journalists vibrate: "Pikachu is close!!!" And happy citizens will grab their smartphones, activating cameras, microphones, GPS, gyroscopes... spinning in place, staring at the screen, sending the video through online waves... Bingo! The world had again changed, the world is different. Welcome to a new era.

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Powerful NSA Hacking Tools Have Been Revealed Online

Ellen Nakashima – The Washington Post

16 Aug 2016 - Possibly Stolen NSA Spy Tools May Be Auctioned Off to Any Bidder Soon - Some of the most powerful espionage tools created by the National Security Agency’s elite group of hackers have been revealed in recent days, a development that could pose severe consequences for the spy agency’s operations.

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The NSA Leak Is Real, Snowden Documents Confirm

Sam Biddle – The Intercept

On Monday [15 Aug], a hacking group calling itself the “ShadowBrokers” announced an auction for “cyber weapons” made by the NSA. Based on never-before-published documents provided by Edward Snowden, The Intercept can confirm that the arsenal contains authentic NSA software, part of a powerful constellation of tools used to covertly infect computers worldwide.

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All Eyes on You

Jennifer Golbeck, Ph.D. | Psychology Today – TRANSCEND Media Service

Thirty-two years after 1984, Big Brother is here. In many cases, we've invited him in. How does this constant surveillance affect us and what, if anything, can we do about it? There's no question our privacy has been eroded with the help of technology. As Scott McNealy, cofounder of Sun Microsystems, famously said: "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it."

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African Farmers Can Feed the World, If Only…

Baher Kamal – Inter Press Service-IPS

Can African farmers feed the world?. Apparently the answer is “yes.” Bold as it may sound, this statement is based on specific facts.

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The ‘American Century’ Has Plunged the World into Crisis – What Happens Now?

Conn Hallinan and Leon Wofsy – Foreign Policy In Focus

U.S. foreign policy is dangerous, undemocratic, deeply out of sync with real global challenges, full of corruption, and has not done the world well. Continuous war is inevitable if we continue to follow these same policies. Can we change this for the better?

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Game Changer

Tom H. Hastings | PeaceVoice – TRANSCEND Media Service

Everything we’ve done has been destructive. We are great at destroying. Bomb refugee camps, hospitals, funerals. Bomb Iraq, and Afghanistan, also Pakistan, don’t forget Somalia, Libya or Yemen. Bomb bomb bomb… Hey, ISIS, we need to talk. Hey, my fellow American voters, we need to elect leaders who can get this done. Innovation has been abandoned to devastation—let’s fix this.

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UN Admits Role in Haiti Cholera Outbreak for First Time Ever

teleSUR – TRANSCEND Media Service

18 Aug 2016 - The United Nations has admitted for the first time that its peacekeepers in Haiti played a role in the outbreak of the cholera epidemic in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake that sent the poverty-stricken Caribbean nation into a tailspin.

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Honduras Is a Giant Graveyard for Human Rights Defenders

teleSUR – TRANSCEND Media Service

Honduras has seen at least eight human rights activists killed in 2016, making it one the most dangerous countries in the world for human rights defenders, the United Nations and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights warned Friday [19 Aug].

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Does Henry Kissinger Have a Conscience?

Jon Lee Anderson – The New Yorker

Latest revelations show Kissinger as the ruthless, active co-conspirator of Latin American military regimes engaged in war crimes [Operation Condor]. In evidence that emerged from previous declassifications of documents, Kissinger was shown not only to have been aware of what the military was doing but to have actively encouraged it.

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The Birthday

Fidel Castro Ruz – CounterPunch

16 Aug 2016 - Tomorrow I will turn 90 years old. I was born in a territory called Birán, in the eastern region of Cuba… Fidel Castro pens a column about the past, present and future on his 90th birthday.

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Human Rights after the Failed Coup in Turkey

Richard Falk – TRANSCEND Media Service

It is probably wise to separate human rights concerns from an appraisal of Turkish constitutional democracy. It is quite possible that present tendencies toward a more inclusive democracy will continue, and at the same time, denials of human rights are almost certain to persist, and justify scrutiny and vigilance.

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Médecins Sans Frontières Leaving Yemen after Saudi Airstrikes on Hospitals

PressTV – TRANSCEND Media Service

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has announced that it is evacuating its staff from six hospitals in northern Yemen, saying it cannot get assurances that its hospitals will not be bombed again by Saudi warplanes. The decision was “never taken lightly,” said the Paris-based relief agency in a statement on Thursday [18 Aug 2016], condemning the Saudi “indiscriminate bombings.”

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Libya’s ‘Operation Odyssey Lightning’ – The Obama Doctrine is Ravaging the Middle East

Ramzy Baroud | Politics for the People – TRANSCEND Media Service

Now, wars are carried out as a matter of course. With multiple war fronts and conflicts fermenting all around, many are becoming desensitized. Americans particularly have, sadly, swallowed the serum of perpetual war, to the extent that they rarely mobilize in any serious way against it. In other words, a state of war has become the status quo.

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Dieselgate in Europe: How Officials Ignored Years of Car Emissions Evidence

Markus Becker and Gerald Traufetter – Der Spiegel

When American authorities revealed that Volkswagen used software to trick pollution tests, it spurred widespread outrage. Documents obtained by SPIEGEL show that European officials knew about the deception for years – but didn’t act on it.

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A World at War: We’re under Attack from Climate Change—And Our only Hope Is to Mobilize like We Did in WWII

Bill McKibben – New Republic

15 Aug 2016 - Enemy forces have seized huge swaths of territory; with each passing week, another 22,000 square miles of Arctic ice disappears. Experts dispatched to the battlefield in July saw little cause for hope, especially since this siege is one of the oldest fronts in the war. “In 30 years, the area has shrunk approximately by half,” said a scientist who examined the onslaught. “There doesn’t seem anything able to stop this.”

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Monsanto Just Made a Massive Mistake

Tom Philpott – Mother Jones

One of its weed killers seems to be wiping out valuable crops, too. Oops. The Environmental Protection Agency announced it had gotten an 'unusually high number of reports of crop damage that appear related to misuse of herbicides containing the active ingredient dicamba.' Complaints of drooping and often dead crops appeared in no fewer than 10 US states.

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Holding Monsanto to Account: The People’s Tribunal in The Hague

Heidi Chow | Global Justice Now – TRANSCEND Media Service

Civil society groups from around the world are holding an international ‘people’s tribunal’ to hold Monsanto to account for its impacts on communities and the environment. The Tribunal will be held at The Hague and conducted by legal professionals and practicing judges. It will consider whether Monsanto is guilty of the following:

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End the First-Use Policy for Nuclear Weapons

James E. Cartwright and Bruce G. Blairaug – The New York Times

The United States has a policy allowing the first use of nuclear weapons. Abolishing it will save money and make the world safer. President Obama would be wise to follow China’s example. As commander in chief, he can adopt no-first-use overnight and lead the way in establishing it as a global norm among all of the nine countries with nuclear weapons.

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How ‘Think Tanks’ Generate Endless War

Todd E. Pierce – Consortium News

U.S. “think tanks” rile up the American public against an ever-shifting roster of foreign “enemies” to justify wars that line the pockets of military contractors who kick back some profits to the “think tanks.”

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Democracy Education and Peace

René Wadlow - TRANSCEND Media Service

Democracy Education and Peace, by Surya Nath Prasad and Suman Shukha (Eds) - Democracy and Peace-Interrelated but not interdependent: "Thus it may be safely, yet regretfully, assumed that Democracy does not exclude War and therefore bears no direct relationship to Peace. The reverse is equally true − Peace may reign without any consideration of democracy (cf Pax Romana)."

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Democratizing Wealth: A Next System Model for the U.S. South and Beyond

Ed Whitfield | The Next System Project – TRANSCEND Media Service

Ed Whitfield presents the Fund for Democratic Communities vision for a next system based on communal ownership of productive assets. The goal must be total economic democracy and community control over production, in order to place “the wealth created by human labor back into the commons for the benefit of all.”

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The Importance of Cheering for Caster Semenya

Lindsay Gibbs | ThinkProgress – TRANSCEND Media Service

Semenya is allegedly intersex. Ever since her world championship race in 2009 — when news unacceptably leaked that the International Association of Athletics Foundation was going to subject her to a gender test — she has been more famous for her naturally-occurring testosterone levels than her talent. When she was only 18 years old, the South African runner won gold at the 2009 world championships in the 800 meters. She went on to win the silver medal at the London Olympics, and is the overwhelming favorite in Rio.

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Brazil’s Uplifting Olympics

Roger Cohen – The New York Times

Why is it the developed world has to find fault in a developing country that organizes a major sporting event?

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Olympic Games – More Media Show than Sports Event

Mario Osava – Inter Press Service-IPS

Brazil’s first gold medal of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics gave it a new multipurpose heroine, Rafaela Silva, whose defeat of the favourites in judo has made her a strong voice against racism and homophobia. Not only is she black and poor, but she just came out as gay. Colourful figures like Silva or Jamaican runner Usain Bolt, or unbeatable U.S. swimming legend Michael Phelps, are crucial in the Olympics, which have become a huge global media event, more than the leading international sports competition.

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Interview with Gary Corseri on US Foreign Policy

Gary Corseri – Muslim Press

How do you compare Bush and Obama’s policies on the Middle East? Gary Corseri: What's the diff? Bush and Obama are "suits." They dress according to the fashion of the time. But, they are essentially the same--Empire-builders, Empire-expansionists, Empire-apologists and preservationists. After 911, George W. Bush could take his cowboy act on the road, act like a big sheriff, come out with his "Wanted Dead or Alive!" B.S. about Osama bin Laden.

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This Week in History

Satoshi Ashikaga – TRANSCEND Media Service

Aug 22-28 ~ QUOTE OF THE WEEK: “Where there is great love there are always miracles.” – Willa Cather

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The Ruling Class and the Spectre of Leon Trotsky

Chris Marsden | WSWS – TRANSCEND Media Service

20 Aug 2016 - Seventy-six years ago today, the assassin Ramon Mercader plunged an ice axe into the head of Leon Trotsky at his home in Coyoacan, Mexico City. He died of his injuries the following day. Trotsky is forever associated with the incorruptible struggle against Stalinism and for international socialism.

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Period Pain Drug Cures Symptoms in Mice, New Research Shows

Seerat Chabba – International Business Times

Is the Cure for Alzheimer's Already on the Market?

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Another Iatrogenic Illness Unveiled: Kris Kristofferson’s Dramatic Cure of His “Incurable” Alzheimer’s Disease

Gary G. Kohls, MD – TRANSCEND Media Service

Those labeled as the “mentally ill” are not much different from those of us who call ourselves “normal”. But we “normals” have just been lucky enough to have not yet decompensated because of some yet-to-happen, desperation-inducing life situation. And thus we may not have yet been given a billable diagnosis with a billable code number, and so we have not yet been prescribed some unaffordable prescription drug that could put us on the road to permanent dependence, disability and institutionalization. “The term “iatrogenic” means doctor, drug or surgery-caused disease. It is a taboo subject today.”

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Physicists Confirm Possible Discovery of Fifth Force of Nature – TRANSCEND Media Service

"If true, it's revolutionary," said Jonathan Feng, professor of physics & astronomy. "For decades, we've known of four fundamental forces: gravitation, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces. If confirmed by further experiments, this discovery of a possible fifth force would completely change our understanding of the universe, with consequences for the unification of forces and dark matter."

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The Disappearance of Silence

Edward Curtin - Intrepid Report

Silence is a word pregnant with multiple meanings: for many a threat; for others a nostalgic evocation of a time rendered obsolete by technology; for others a sentence to boredom; and for some, devotees of the ancient arts of contemplation, reading, and writing, a word of profound, even sacred importance. Gandhi, the revolutionary, put it perfectly, “In the attitude of silence the soul finds the path in a clearer light, and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness. Our life is a long and arduous quest after Truth.”

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Eternal Life [According to Millenary Vedas]

Prof. Chandra P Trivedi – TRANSCEND Media Service

The eternal truth is one and the same for all. God is not different with different names. All human beings have different fate and mentality in life due to their actions of past life. We have ancestry in single DNA with eternal Vital fundamental Energy as source of all. The life is eternal, under the cycle of birth and death.

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(Português) Poluição luminosa: fortes reflexos na vida dos animais

Eliza Rei | ANDA-Agência de Notícias de Direitos Animais – TRANSCEND Media Service

A Terra manteve durante milhões de anos os ciclos de dias claros alternados com noites escuras, mas do século passado para cá isso vem se alterando drasticamente. E o que se sabe sobre os impactos da poluição luminosa na vida dos animais? Se cerca de 30% dos vertebrados e 60% dos invertebrados têm hábitos noturnos, já se infere, de início, que os impactos não devem ser poucos.

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(Français) La France, sponsor des terroristes? De l’esclavage au néocolonialisme, «Y’a bon la françafrique!»

Maël Alberca | Investig’Action – TRANSCEND Media Service

La France en guerre contre le terrorisme? Un coup d’oeil dans le rétroviseur nous rappelle qu’elle n’a rien à envier aux méthodes de ceux qu’elle prétend combattre. Plus inquiétant, le présent n’apparaît pas vraiment plus réjouissant…

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(Português) Pokemon, o jogo que traz espiões para dentro de casa

Sergey Kolyasnikov | Fort Russ – TRANSCEND Media Service

Se alguém quiser saber o que está a ser feito no edifício, digamos, do Parlamento? Telefones de dúzias de deputados, pessoal da limpeza, jornalistas vibram: "Pikachu está próximo!!!" E cidadãos felizes agarrarão seus smartphones, activarão câmaras, microfones, GPS, giroscópios... circulando no lugar, fitando o écran e enviando o vídeo através de ondas online... Bingo! O mundo mudou outra vez, o mundo está diferente. Bem vindo a uma nova era.

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(Castellano) Multipolaridad e integración postneoliberal en América Latina

Sergio Martín Carrillo | CELAG - teleSUR

Entramos en una nueva fase de disputa geopolítica en la región. La misma se caracteriza por el cuestionamiento del liderazgo latinoamericano en el fortalecimiento de la multipolaridad.

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Panama Papers: Corruption PSYOPS

Peter Lavelle | CrossTalk – Russia Today

The so-called Panama Papers are sold to us as a vast leak chronicling the financial misdeeds of the rich and powerful. But is this really the case? Certainly, we are given insight into the secretive world of offshore banking, but is it a complete and balanced story? One interpretation of the Panama Papers is the West targeting its enemies.

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Angie (Music Video of the Week)

The Rolling Stones – TRANSCEND Media Service

A Classic of the Stones - One of the two official promo videos for the Rolling Stones' 1973 single "Angie". Composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and produced by Jimmy Miller.

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Bob Gorrell – TRANSCEND Media Service

Another way to look at the plot...

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