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The Mental Disease of Late Stage Capitalism
Society & Culture  (tags: mental disease, late stage capitalism, new system, broken system )

Dandelion
- 8 days ago - therules.org
A great irony of this deeply corrupt system of wealth hoarding is that the weapon of choice is how we feel about ourselves. The elites do not have to silence us. We do that ourselves by refusing 2 talk about what is happening to us. Fake it to you make it
What Progressives Can Learn From The Tea Party   video
Society & Culture  (tags: Tom Hartman, progressives, tea party, Republican Party, Democrat Party, conservatives, blue dogs )

Dandelion
- 3 days ago - youtube.com
Progressives should not just be fighting the Tea Party but instead learning from them on how they took control of the Republican Party and forced the entire Conservative establishment to lurch so far to the Right. We need to bring ours to the left.
A Little Dutch Village
Society & Culture  (tags: care facilities, dementia, Hogewey, Holland )

Lynn
- 22 days ago - politicsplus.org
...this little Dutch village where the prime requirement to move there is that one must have dementia. This village builds on dignity and respect for every resident. We need to remember that everyone has a story and not forget that
Inshallah Is Good for Everyone
Society & Culture  (tags: off-beat, Inshallah, God willing, Deus vult, language, Arabic, hope, sidestep )

Evelyn
- 10 days ago - nytimes.com
This trisyllabic Semitic weapon of mass destruction, the Arabic phrase "inshallah," (which translates as "God willing"). is a hallmark of the Arabic vernacular. It fits all situations - hope that something will/will not happen, or avoid giving a negative!
Blind Palestinian Student Wins UN Human Rights Competition
Society & Culture  (tags: UNRWA schools, UN human rights competition, human rights education, Palestinian children human rights, oPT, Gaza blockade, Gaza Strip assault-siege 2014, media, news, world, children )

Jess
- 13 days ago - middleeastmonitor.com
A blind student in the Gaza Strip has won a human rights competition organised in A blind student in the Gaza Strip has won a human rights competition organised in UNRWA schools in the territory in the territory
Merkel Lets Comedian Face Prosecution for Erdogan Poem
Society & Culture  (tags: Germany, Jan B√∂hmermann, comedian, satire, Turkish President, Erdogan, old law, legal code, freedom of the German press )

Evelyn
- 16 days ago - theguardian.com
"Prosecuting satire on the basis of a lèse-majesté law is not appropriate to the modern age." The little-used paragraph of the German legal code that had allowed the Turkish president to request the prosecution is likely to be scrapped in the aftermath
Cyndi Lauper Isn't Canceling NC Concert Over Anti-Gay Bill, She Has A Better Idea
Society & Culture  (tags: usa, North Carolina, HB2, anti-gay bill, Cyndi Lauper, True Colors Fund, LGBT-rights, Equality North Carolina )

Evelyn
- 15 days ago - bipartisanreport.com
"If we truly want an inclusive society, we all have to include ourselves in the effort to make that happen. This is the best way I know how to include myself and urge you to join me in the best way you know how."
Israel-Palestine: Social Media As a Tool Of Oppression
Society & Culture  (tags: social media, rights, opinions, Palestinians, Palestine, Israel, Facebook, politics, arrests, detention, criticism, likes, shares, freedom of speech, human rights abuses )

Evelyn
- 14 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Some detainees have even been charged based on the number of shares, likes, the prominence of their Facebook posts, which seems to concern Israeli authorities more than the actual content of the posts. The definition of "incitement" is thus stretched
This Day in History: 1832 Black Hawk War Begins
Society & Culture  (tags: Black Hawk War, culture, freedoms, americans, indigenous rights )

Nancy
- 27 days ago - history.com
By the early 1800s, Black Hawk began to realize that the real threat to his people was the rapidly growing numbers of white people streaming into the region.
 
 
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