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image 2012 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Others Cynthia Tam 2012-01-28 4:37 AM
2012 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Others
March 22 - April 15. Carnegie Mellon's sixth annual International Film Festival presents a series of award-winning, independent films and documentaries from all around the world, accompanied by receptions with food and drink, expert panels, and live performances! This year's Faces of Others Festival will give life to questions surrounding the concept of Otherness. The festival will also include an International Student Short Film Competition! (image/jpeg)

image The blunder of an Arroyo lawyer, Hitler fan Rodel Rodis 2012-01-21 6:34 AM
The blunder of an Arroyo lawyer, Hitler fan
Philippines: Ignoring a constitutional ban against making “midnight” appointments in the last months of her presidency, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (GMA) went ahead and appointed her personal manicurist, Nitz Carpon, as director of a government housing agency, and her personal gardener, Armando Macapagal, as Deputy Director of the Luneta Park Administration. For good measure and insurance, she also appointed her former legal counsel, Associate Justice Renato Corona, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. (image/jpeg)

image So Is That Right? Sudhama Ranganathan 2012-01-07 8:55 PM
So Is That Right?
It's been said politicians enjoy kicking the can down the road instead of having to take political risks. It's said they believe that is what helps them get elected and to stay in power. As long as they believe it won't cost them anything, politicians don't mind acting or making decisions. We know how scared they can be to make good on what they often say, and that saying anything to get into office and stay there, comes with the territory. (image/jpeg)

image I Dream of Freedom (From U.S.A. Police State) - Music Video scott huminski 2011-12-27 11:51 PM
I Dream of Freedom (From U.S.A. Police State) - Music Video
Scott X and the Constitution Commandos Release the 7th rock music video off their 2011 Album "Fighting the U.S. Police State With Music" (image/jpeg)

image Sheriff Arpaio Opposes Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords Legislation scott huminski 2011-12-21 12:48 AM
Sheriff Arpaio Opposes Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords Legislation
Sheriff opposes legislation intending to help prevent Tucson-style terror and Arpaio protects a crony who issued death threats. (image/jpeg)

image Brazil: I have a dream… Emilio de Lima 2011-12-19 9:08 PM
Brazil: I have a dream…
But the best part of the dream was that the President commanded down the interest on the public debt to zero, and with it this year alone, remained over two hundred and fifty billion to invest in development, infrastructure, health, education, security and everything else even paying more than five hundred billion of other charges of the same debt. (image/jpeg)

image Their Priorities Sudhama Ranganathan 2011-12-17 2:16 PM
Their Priorities
With election season upon us it's very easy to see the impact special interests have on our nation's politicians. Elected leaders in Washington make this fact especially obvious to see, though not purposefully. At this point, not only is it visible in the president, but after so many debates it is starting to become evident on the part of Republicans. Money and power guides not just who they are polite to, but also what promises they make and the flip flops they make while still campaigning even. One moment they may say something leading voters to believe they stand firmly against an issue, and later on they may soften their rhetoric on the issue or information emerges either contradicting the initial statement or placing what they said in a hypocritical light. (image/jpeg)

image Fearing Proof of Great Crimes, Lawmakers Frantically Shred US Constitution Seven Star Hand 2011-12-15 2:06 PM
Fearing Proof of Great Crimes, Lawmakers Frantically Shred US Constitution
In light of recent desperate actions by our deeply corrupted Congress, it is important to remember that Benjamin Franklin repeatedly reminded lawmakers that those who sacrifice our freedoms for an illusion of safety, deserve neither freedom nor safety themselves. (image/jpeg)

image Evolution developing from the Resultant of Vectors Reinarto Hadipriono 2011-12-08 2:38 AM
Evolution developing from the Resultant of Vectors
In the evolutionary journey of a living creature, any movement it makes, if it occurs continuously from generation to generation and if it is triggered by the execution of the “desire” present in its body, will have an impact on the shape of its body. (image/jpeg)

image Evolution Caused by the Forward Movement of Living Creatures Reinarto Hadipriono 2011-12-08 1:41 AM
Evolution Caused by the Forward Movement of Living Creatures
In the evolutionary journey of a living creature, a condition or a movement that occurs continuously from generation to generation, e.g. as when it “moves forward”, will have an impact on the shape of its body. (image/jpeg)

image Evolution developing from Molecular Inertia Reinarto Hadipriono 2011-12-08 1:27 AM
Evolution developing from Molecular Inertia
In the evolutionary journey of a living creature, a condition or a movement that occurs continuously from generation to generation, e.g. as when it “moves forward”, will have an impact on the shape of its body. (image/jpeg)

image Proof that Money is Slavery by Proxy Causes Panic Among US National and Civic Leaders Seven Star Hand 2011-12-01 7:27 AM
Proof that Money is Slavery by Proxy Causes Panic Among US National and Civic Leaders
The desperation displayed by the recent illegal collusion against Occupy Wall Street by many big-city Mayors proves that US leaders are now in abject panic mode, because a growing number of people finally grasp that Money is Slavery by Proxy. (image/jpeg)

image SEIU 1021 Joins the November 2nd General Strike Steven Argue 2011-11-02 3:00 AM
SEIU 1021 Joins the November 2nd General Strike
"The SEIU 1021 Executive Board calls on all members of SEIU 1021 to join a day-long “Peaceful Day of Action” in support of Occupy Oakland and against the banking industry and last week’s police brutality against the Occupy Oakland encampment." SEIU 1021 Official Statement & Call to Action Call to Action (image/jpeg)

image Scott Olsen Cannot Talk, General Strike Nov. 2nd! Steven Argue 2011-10-30 10:12 PM
Scott Olsen Cannot Talk, General Strike Nov. 2nd!
Key unions are on board and will shut down construction sites and the Port of Oakland (image/jpeg)

image Selected Writings of Jose Maria Sison Red Satire 2011-10-28 10:31 AM
Selected Writings of Jose Maria Sison
These are important writings of Jose Maria Sison, founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA) and current political consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and Chairman of the International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS) (image/jpeg)

image Do all living creatures have to face death? Reinarto Hadipriono 2011-10-21 8:34 AM
Do all living creatures have to face death?
How then are we to explain about the very existence of living creatures that have, since they first emerged 3.8 billion years ago, never come to the end of their life process? Therefore, the claim that all living creatures must experience death is one that still needs to be thoroughly proven (image/jpeg)

image Anti-revisionist struggle and cultural revolution: Consequence to the CPP Jose Maria Sison 2011-10-20 11:04 AM
Anti-revisionist struggle and cultural revolution: Consequence to the CPP
I wish to speak on the significance and relevance of the Marxist-Leninist struggle against modern revisionism since 1956 and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (GPCR) since 1966. And I wish to deal with this large subject by examining the impact and consequences of the aforesaid historic events to the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). (image/jpeg)

image Four More Wars Sudhama Ranganathan 2011-10-19 11:27 AM
Four More Wars
For all the rhetoric spoken with passion from behind podiums and into microphones. For all the promises made vowed to be kept. For all that has been pointed out about the party that left our nation saddled with two wars and a bad economy. For all the furor made over the expansion of government intrusions into people's everyday lives. For all the deriding of abuses of executive office powers. For all the proclamations of new days and more understanding of American suffering and people's pain. For all that was said about how it was going to be so different about the current administration than the previous administration, there really have been a surprising amount of similarities.</ (image/jpeg)

image Tribute to Ka Roger Jose Maria Sison 2011-10-11 1:55 PM
Tribute to Ka Roger
Julie and I wish to convey our most heartfelt condolences to the daughters and entire family of Comrade Gregorio Rosal, Ka Roger, and to all cadres and members of the Communist Party of the Philippines, all the Red commanders and fighters of the New People’s Army, all adherents of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines and the broad masses of the Filipino people. (image/jpeg)

image Centrioles that are perpendicular to each other Reinarto Hadipriono 2011-10-05 4:50 AM
Centrioles that are perpendicular to each other
An interesting condition in the world of biology is the fact that the Centrioles inside the cell is Perpendicular to Each Other. (image/jpeg)

image Florida Cities Proclaim Youth for Human Rights Day Paola Martinez 2011-10-04 3:38 PM
Florida Cities Proclaim Youth for Human Rights Day
“We are all born free and equal” is a human right, but unfortunately, not all people are treated equally in every corner of the globe. In fact, there is some form of discrimination, slavery or injustice no matter where we look. It may be in forms of bullying, human trafficking, hunger or lack of education, but there are human rights violations every day. (image/jpeg)

image Stop deportation of Nadia Habib and her mother, Nazmin Habib William Gomes 2011-09-30 5:59 PM
Stop deportation of Nadia Habib and her mother, Nazmin Habib
An Open Letter from William Nicholas Gomes to the President of the United States of America (image/jpeg)

image Stop the AFP's red-baiting and intimidation against progressives Satur Ocampo and Liza Maza 2011-09-30 9:57 AM
Stop the AFP's red-baiting and intimidation against progressives
Since 2001, the Philippine government and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) have been trying, but have so far failed, to stop us and our parties from representing the marginalized and underrepresented sectors in Congress. Now that we are running for the Senate, they are becoming more desperate in trying to prevent us from serving our people and pursuing the politics of change. (image/jpeg)

image World Week for the Abolition of Meat: 23-30 Sept 2011 meat-abolition.org 2011-09-15 2:02 PM
World Week for the Abolition of Meat: 23-30 Sept 2011
The idea is to claim loud and clear that it is not only the duty of each individual to stop supporting the murderous exploitation required by the consumption of animal flesh and "by-products", but that it is also, therefore, the duty of societies as a whole to declare themselves. (image/jpeg)

image Florida Youth Wins International Human Rights Award Denise McGahee 2011-09-14 8:08 PM
Florida Youth Wins International Human Rights Award
Geneva — Singer/songwriter Dustin McGahee received the Youth for Human Rights International “Hero Award”, at the 8th Annual Human Rights Youth Summit 2011, in Geneva, Switzerland. The award was given for his dedication to educate students about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and for the creation of the “International Walk for Human Rights”, where he organized thousands walking in 27 countries in commemoration of United Nations Human Rights Day. (image/jpeg)

image MEDIEVAL TORTURES IN MODERN GREECE Venceremos 2011-09-14 2:03 PM
MEDIEVAL TORTURES IN MODERN GREECE
Medical treatment and legal aid is required for the irregular migrants (at least three of them are of Kurdish origin; therefore, may very well be prima facie refugees) who are being detained after the raid of the Greek police in Egoumenitsa, Greece on 22 August 2011. (image/jpeg)

image Stand for Socialism against Modern Revisionism Armando Liwanag 2011-09-14 1:04 PM
Stand for Socialism against Modern Revisionism
Revisionism is the systematic revision of and deviation from Marxism, the basic revolutionary principles of the proletariat laid down by Marx and Engels and further developed by the series of thinkers and leaders in socialist revolution and construction. The revisionists call themselves Marxists, even claim to make an updated and creative application of Marxism but they do so essentially to sugarcoat the bourgeois antiproletarian and anti-Marxist ideas that they propagate. (image/jpeg)

image On American College Campuses Sudhama Ranganathan 2011-09-13 4:02 PM
On American College Campuses
There are many reasons for security within the world we live. For those reasons it is prudent to maintain alertness in the appropriate areas. We need people on the ground where there is need of the presence of law enforcement or security. We need the ability to observe appropriately places we have reason to believe are at risk of becoming targets of attack or places crimes in general could be committed. Any credible government needs the ability to make people aware of impending threats when necessary. Any stable civilization needs the ability to reasonably protect itself and keep itself orderly and free from crime. (image/jpeg)

image Thousands Headed to NYC for Wall Street Occupation mamamia 2011-09-12 7:56 PM
Thousands Headed to NYC for Wall Street Occupation
12 noon, Saturday September 17th is the arrival date for thousands of people tired of the corporate stranglehold on economic policies. Wall Street, New York City is the place to show up ready to protest using the "legal encampment" strategy. (image/jpeg)

image Imperialist War, Mass Murder, and Torture, But Did September 11th Change “Everything”? Steven Argue 2011-09-12 2:20 AM
Imperialist War, Mass Murder, and Torture, But Did September 11th Change “Everything”?
"Americans watched in horror as the World Trade Center collapsed. Yet it was a horror no different from what the U.S. government has done with it's bombing of civilian populations in Iraq, Yugoslavia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Korea. The U.S. bombings of just these countries, not to mention many other U.S. acts of war, murdered millions of civilians. Terror against civilians is never justified. Now the U.S. government is preparing to terror bomb Afghanistan…" -Liberation News, September 11, 2001 (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

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