Citizen Rebel Defines the Ideology of Food. This rant just in from a disgruntled aid worker. I ran into a white paper written by a French aid worker in West Africa. It was written for the World Food Program (WFP) and European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO). It was the INGOs report for these two donors.…Read More Citizen Rebel Defines the Ideology of Food – Dogmatic Poverty Feeding
Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Queenie Lee Let me check with you first. Raise your hand, please, if you have a son, a grandson or a nephew. Please raise your hand? All right. Keep your hand raised, please, if your son, grandson or nephew is having problems either with motivation, grades, ADHD or addiction to video…Read More The Boy Crisis: A Sobering look at the State of our Boys | Warren Farrell Ph.D. | TEDxMarin
The problem is not Trump. Trump is a symptom. If the problem were Trump it wouldn’t be happening in other places around the world. We actually see all sorts of countries advanced industrial democracies where people are getting angrier and they’re voting more and more against the establishment. We saw that with the Brexit referendum,…Read More Trump’s not the problem. He’s a symbol of 4 bigger issues. | Ian Bremmer
Good morning, John. This election was one for the history books. The first female amputee in Congress, the first female Asian American Senator, the first openly gay Senator the first second term for a black president the first legalization of recreational marijuana and the first legalization of gay marriage. But it is possible that the…Read More The 51st State
So Alasdair, we’re talking maps today, and we’re also talking inequality which is a big word in the election manifestos this year. But in fact, when we talk about mapping inequality that’s not a new thing. It’s been done before. So who was the first to do it? Well, the first person really to do…Read More How inequality in the UK is mapped: from the Victorian era to the 2019 election | FT
Come and spend one week on the streets without begging, without robbing without stealing and try and live without doing them three things and see if you’ve got food in your stomach. Cause I guarantee you’ll be hungry, you will be hungry man. Since 2010 there has been a 165% increase in rough sleeping. There…Read More What Do London’s Rough Sleepers Think About The General Election?
Peter Joseph The Zeitgeist Movement ‘Defining Peace’ lecture February 12th, 2012 ‘ZFest’ Tel Aviv, Israel Shalom! At times like this, I really wish I spoke Hebrew. I have no idea what he just said, but I’m going to make a quick introduction before I begin the formal speech in great gratitude to The Zeitgeist Movement…Read More Peter Joseph – Defining Peace
An emergency European Union meeting was recently called to address the violence unfolding between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists. Economic sanctions already in place against Russia by the EU, the US, and other countries were extended by 6 months in an effort to stop the violence. So what are government sanctions and do they really work?…Read More Do Sanctions Against Russia And Iran Work?
Hello friends. Here’s today’s Economic Update for our Patreon community. I want to talk briefly about the decision by the Trump administration to withdraw US troops from Syria. I’m not going to talk about the dimensions that have been covered in the press, as Republicans and Democrats have both criticized the president, talked about betrayal…Read More Todays EU: Trump withdraws US troops from Syria
Today’s EU for our Patreon community: In recent days and weeks, a number of billionaires have taken to very public whining. Here’s what they’re whining about, and I’m particularly focused on Leon Cooperman, a hedge-fund billionaire, and Jamie Dimon, the head of the largest bank in the United States — names that I assume many…Read More Today’s EU: Wealth Tax