So for a while now I’ve been watching events in Dakota unfold. Protests against a massive pipeline for crude oil to travel across the United States, Canada and First Peoples Nations. My brother had a girlfriend from Vancouver, she was from the Kwakwaka’wakw tribe and shared lots of great and wise stories with our family. […]
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First published June 7th 2014 Well, somebody has to say it, so it might as well be me. Privatisation is very probably the biggest financial scam of all time. It dwarves anything else I can think of. LIBOR? Fiddling small change. The original Charles Ponzi? Amateur! There has been renewed talk of privatisation recently, […]
Everything that is good and pure and noble, all the great music, art, and poetry will, in time, by necessity, be subverted and perverted by the self-serving so-called elites. For they see us merely as units to be exploited and kept in perpetual darkness. However, from time to time a great voice […]
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“We’ve had enough of your kind, take that off your head or join Isis”. These were the words spat at 20-year-old Hannah Moustafa by an angry elderly gentleman earlier this month. His “reasons”? She was wearing a hijab. Nothing more. In may of this year, Daniel Way, 37, was found guilty of racially aggravated assault […]
Lots of people are in to ‘Mindfulness.’ I don’t see it as a particularly bad thing at all. Yoga helped rid me of my aches and pains after all. Thinking about what I eat has changed my shape and given me energy- and my frazzled tastebuds back, so self help, in my opinion CAN help […]