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Commentary :: Human Rights
Bottom-up rights and ethical globalization
18 Jul 2009
At last! An answer to neo liberalism and globalization. Bottom-up rights are those rights excluded from UN human rights instruments due to incompatibility with neo liberalism. The discontented need to struggle to have these rights, which entail an ethical globalization, included domestically and internationally to eliminate social exclusion.
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News :: Globalization
Hearing Voices? The Aviary And Their Trix
18 Jul 2009
MIND CONTROL AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER
http://www.whale.to/b/krawczyk.html
by Glenn Krawczyk
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News :: Human Rights
American Private Health Insurers Are Nothing But a Bunch of Mass Murderers.
18 Jul 2009
Whether you drop white phosphorus bombs on innocent civilians
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Commentary :: Politics
Senator Baucus has socialist, one payer, health insurance.
18 Jul 2009
But it’s too good, he says, for the rest of Americans.
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Commentary :: Environment
The worst nuclear accident in U.S. history: July 16, 1979, Navajo Reservation
18 Jul 2009
July 16th, 2009, marked the 30th anniversary of the worst nuclear accident in U.S. history, when, at 5:00 A.M., 1100 tons of uranium mining tailings, and 100 million gallons of radioactive water burst through United Nuclear's earthen dam, into the Rio Puerco, at a uranium mine in Church Rock, New Mexico, on the Navajo Reservation. Today, the Navajo Nation remains under toxic siege, by coal mining, uranium mining, and coal-fired power, even though an EPA doc already suggests that the entire reservation is a Superfund site. The Navajo Tribal Council, in 2005, passed a uranium mining ban, the Diné Natural Resources Protection Act, and thus won a Nuclear Free Future Award, but the ban has been under pressure ever since, and uranium mining claims now surround the Navajo Reservation like an advancing army.
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News :: War and Militarism
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, HOUSTON -- 2009 Top 9/11-2B Targets --
18 Jul 2009
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, HOUSTON

-- 2009 Top 9/11-2B Targets --
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News :: Human Rights : International : Labor : Organizing : Social Welfare
PHILIPPINES: Ka Wilson of KMU passes away
17 Jul 2009
Ang-Bayan.gifKILUSANG Mayo Uno (KMU), May First Movement Trade Union Center, secretary general Ka Wilson Fronda Baldo-naza, 55, passed away on July 1. He had been bedridden for several weeks after suffering a stroke on June 5.
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Commentary :: International
UN: Miguel d'Escoto on the World Financial and Economic Crisis
17 Jul 2009
Miguel d'Escoto is President of the General Assembly of the UN. His address was given on June 24, 2009.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Organizing
Boston: Street Medic Training Planned for August 7-9
17 Jul 2009
The East Coast Action Medics are planning a street medic training in Boston over the weekend of August 7th, 8th, and 9th. This announcement is meant to be spread far and wide to ascertain the demand for a training in the Northeast at this critical time, when many of us are preparing to offer support to the demonstrations against the Coal Conference and G20 summit in Pittsburgh in late September.
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News :: International
Last Penal Law Upheld by Northern Ireland’s High Court
17 Jul 2009
The last vestige of the anti-Irish Penal Laws has recently been upheld by the High Court in Northern Ireland, in spite of both the St Andrew's Agreement and the European Charter on Lesser-Used Languages.
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