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Why freedom of speech matters: The silenced struggle in Tibet

Dharamshala: – Despite strong international criticism for the lack of press freedom and freedom of speech, including Internet access, in Chinese-occupied Tibet, Chinese officials have claimed that the number of people with access to the internet in the Himalayan region was “2.03 million at the end of 2013,” according to a recent report by state […]

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Chinese colonialism in Tibet causes cultural identity crisis

Dharamshala: – Many argue that there are two important reasons for China to invade Tibet: The first being the ability to access the vast amount of natural resources from the Himalayan region. The second is to have a buffer of land separating China from every possible threat. Although many people still struggle with these reasons […]

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The Lobby and the Hero

(I prefer this version uploaded by Richard Edmondson because he thoughtfully included illustrations.) The Lobby and the Hero By Ariadna Theokopoulos In A Curious Fact about the Conflict in Ukraine, Richard Edmondson poses a question no one else (to my knowledge) has asked yet, and one whose importance cannot be overemphasized: Why is it that […]

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Another Jewish Attempt to Hype Up the Danger of White Nationalism

Leonard Zeskind’s 2009 Blood and Politics – the History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream (1) In Boise, the defense successfully turned the deaths of Vicki and Sam Weaver into a prima facie case of government wrongdoing – Leonard Zeskind, chapter 33, “Inferno at Waco and Randy Weaver Wins at […]

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Dear Pope Francis RE: The Holy Land, Dorothy Day, John Lennon and Vanunu

“If I have accomplished anything in my life, it is because I wasn’t embarrassed to talk about God.”-Dorothy Day   In 2005, during my first of seven trips to both sides of The Wall, I was inspired by Israel’s Nuclear Whistle Blower, Mordechai Vanunu to pray not just to God, but to Dorothy Day for […]

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Zero Dark Thirty: Fantasy Based on Fiction

  Jews dominate Hollywood today: The Jewish presence in Hollywood is a historic fact, a majority of the producers and directors are Jews while the Writers Guild is practically 70% to 100% Jewish” The Jewish Post And Opinion, December 6th , 1974 How many facts about Usama bin Laden are there in this film…? ZERO […]

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David Icke and the Lizard Apocalypse

David Icke is a controversial figure no doubt, a radical thinker that is not restricted by normal conventions or ideas. He has endured and emerged as probably the most notable figure of the so-called conspiracy movement. TBH I have not read any Icke myself first-hand and I was always a little dubious having heard much […]

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Young Writers Corner

Recently I came across an interesting review of The Wandering Who, the book by Gilad Atzmon that has reached so far and wide that it might be called The Wandering Book. The review is by one Stanley Heller. In the interest of full disclosure I will note that I do not know Heller, never heard […]

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How To Teach The Children-and US-The Way To Peace

Rich Siegel’s six-year-old daughter Emily Gu Siegel created the cover art for her Poet, Musician, Activist and Spiritual Progressive Father’s CD “The Way to Peace” Emily’s art work immediately put me in mind of John Lennon who was inspired to write “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” by his son’s artwork- and also this John […]

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The Way to Peace – CD reviews

Hi Friends! My new CD “The Way to Peace”, featuring amazing musicians Gilad Atzmon, Euguene Moye, Gary Ciuci, Cameron Brown, & Anthony Pinciotti, is getting GREAT REVIEWS!  Here are a few of them: Not only has Siegel achieved his aim of combining a message for peace with his spirituality but in the process he has […]

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Kafka as Back Up to Madonna – Video Review

“Madonna’s Peace Concert for the Chosen Only” recently posted by deLiberation is an extraordinary video that could easily be developed into a play or full-length movie. The problem would be that it might be accused of plagiarizing The Castle by Kafka. In The Castle the main character we know only as “K” makes sisyphic efforts to […]

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Gilad and all that Jazz – Event Review

The screening of Gilad and all that jazz at the London International Documentary Film Festival was a great success. Whether you see it as a documentary or an extended promotion for The Wandering Who, Gilad and all that jazz nails it both ways, and gives a detailed portrait of an extremely talented musician, a very […]

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Mazin Qumsiyeh on The Wandering Who

The Wandering Who, reiewed by Mazin Qumsiyeh. http://www.qumsiyeh.org/giladatzmon/ Gilad Atzmon, The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics (Ropley, Hampshire, UK: Zero Books, 2011). Pp.177. Paperback. ISBN-13: 9781846948756. Review by Mazin Qumsiyeh Copy Right: Holy Land Studies, May 2012, Vol. 11, No. 1 : pp. 99-101 About nine years ago, I entertained the notion […]

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Hedluv & Passman @ Heartlands opening Cornwall

20th of April 2012, the day the Heartlands development in Cornwall finally opened. Located in Pool between Camborne and Redruth it has been some 15 years to manifest in its glorious fullness. The Heartlands development is a re-development of waste industrial mining land, which funded by the lottery has created a hugely impressive community space. […]

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Sarah Gillespie’s The War on Trevor – Mamoon Alabbasi Review

Review of Sarah Gillespie’s new music release ‘The War on Trevor’ By Mamoon Alabbasi – LONDON Youtube Video: Sarah Gillespie’s new music release ‘The War on Trevor’ Politics and human rights have always been among the dominant themes in Sarah Gillespie’s albums ‘Stalking Juliet’ and ‘In the Current Climate’, but her latest release ‘The War […]

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My Pro-Palestine CD Reviewed & then ‘Un-reviewed’

Introduction by Gilad Atzmon: Rich Siegel is now subject to Zionist abuse and smear campaign. Jazz writer Brent Black of  criticaljazz.com  who reviewed Rich’s peace seeking album favorably has now changed his mind due to Jewish pressure. Black wrote on facebook: my humble apologies to my jewish friends for reviewing rich sigel (sic) an anti-zionist […]

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WTFN—Oscar Preview 2012

(THE SCENE: WTFN’s annual Oscar show. Host Lance Boyle and critic Miriam Kale are in their usual high-backed upholstered chairs amid the predictable movie posters and Oscar bric-a-brac. The floor director comes up to the stage: “…and we’re on in 5…4…3…2…” backs away pointing to Boyle. Theme music starts up.) LANCE BOYLE: (to camera) “Welcome […]

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