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20 Images That Show How Much We'Ve Reshaped Planet Earth in the Past 70 Years
World  (tags: Earth Day, climate change, images, impact, planet, satellite images to document deforestati )

Rosemary
- 31 days ago - uk.businessinsider.com
April 22 is Earth Day, a world holiday celebrating our planet âEUR" the only home we've got (so far). Humans have had an unmistakable impact on Earth âEUR" one that pops out in sharp relief when you look at this collection of images comparing what specific
Arab Countries Offered To Pay U.S. To Invade Syria   video
World  (tags: Arab, Syria, Vietnam, Iraq, alternative media, drums of war )

Dandelion
- 38 days ago - youtube.com
You will not get this on mainstream TV. Please at least listen to alternative media because the war drums are beating. Remember Vietnam? Iraq? After so many died it was all based on a lie. Do not let it happen again.
Please Light a Candle for the Innocent Children Killed on 15th April in Syria
World  (tags: children, death, humans, violence, war, sadness, Syrian rebels )

Katka
- 37 days ago - gratefulness.org
A car bomb in Syria has killed innocent children who were part of a bus convoy. Please light a candle for the sweet little angels and their families.
Stop the Slaughter in Syria! Please SIGN!
World  (tags: stop the Syrian war )

Animae
- 39 days ago - change.org
We must stand up in the Global Community and say 'WE CARE ABOUT SYRIA AND WE WANT THESE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS TO STOP!' Together, we can be the change we want to see in the world. Sign the petition to let our leaders know that we care about Syria.
Man Spends 4 Years Building a Church Using Only Living Trees. Take a Look Inside
Offbeat  (tags: goodnews, humans, interesting, photos, pictures )

Katka
- 100 days ago - shareably.net
Barry Cox is not only a devout Catholic, heâEUR(TM)s also an amazingly talented artist and designer. He found his calling in gardening, but wait until you see the work that he does.
Maria Da Penha: The Woman Who Changed Brazil's Domestic Violence Laws
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, government, violence, women, law )

Olga
- 245 days ago - bbc.com
In September 2006, Brazil introduced ground-breaking legislation on domestic violence. It was called the Maria da Penha Law after a women's rights activist who was left paraplegic by her violent husband.
FAILED
World  (tags: Mark Weisbrot, Eurozone, European economies, unelected authorities, economy, workers, working class )

Dandelion
- 263 days ago - therealnews.com
CEPR economist Mark Weisbrot says the failures of the Eurozone and European economies are due to unaccountable, unelected authorities who have taken control of fiscal policy in order to remove social and economic protections for ordinary people.
The Secretive Tribunal That Corporations Use Against Governments
World  (tags: politics, government, law, ethics, dishonesty, corporate, finance, lies, corruption, world, politics )

AWAY AWHI
- 266 days ago - pri.org
International corporations have been able to avoid punishment for toxic pollution and worse by appealing to a secretive and little-known international tribunal. ItâEUR(TM)s called the Investor-State Dispute Settlement program, or ISDS
FYI: The 14 Characteristics of Fascism From Free Inquiry Magazine (US IS There Already!)
World  (tags: fascism, Definition, US, Fraudulent Elections, society, violence, usa, world )

Fiona
- 291 days ago - ratical.org
Powerful and Continuing Nationalism Fascist regimes tend to make constant use of patriotic mottos, slogans, symbols, songs,. Please note, comment, and forward. We live already in a fascist government no matter who wins in November????
 
 
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