- Nie wieder Fleisch? ARTE HD Dokumentation 27.03.2012, 63.31 min, von Tuxfreak am 28. März 2012 hochgeladen;
- Der dumme Vegetarier, 48.40 min, von 911newsmagazin am 15. Januar 2011 hochgeladen;
- Unser täglich Gift, 114.26 min, ein Dokumentarfilm von Marie Monique Robi, von giftigme am 12. April 2011 hochgeladen: … was uns die Lebensmittelindustrie tagtäglich auftischt …;
- 75 Ausreden, die Fleischesser sagen, 4.55 min, von TRUFE.org am 11 August 2012 hochgeladen.
- All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars, 43.34 min, uploaded by e33State, February 4, 2013: written and spoken by Michael Rivero. Find the written version here;
- Particle Fever editor Walter Murch: The Higgs boson is kind of a MacGuffin – video interview, 3.46 min, on The Guardian, June 15, 2013;
- Text: Higgs boson on en.wikipedia: The Higgs boson or Higgs particle is an elementary particle initially theorised in 1964, and tentatively confirmed to exist on 14 March 2013. The discovery has been called “monumental” because it appears to confirm the existence of the Higgs field, which is pivotal to the Standard Model and other theories within particle physics. Continue Reading…
Published on New York Times NYT, by ALLYN GAESTEL, June 14, 2013.
First watch a video, 4.31 min. – ACHHAM, Nepal — Next to an abandoned stable now used to store firewood, a reluctant young mother crouched to pass through a tiny door into a dark, musty room. Barely looking at her baby, she glanced around the mud walls at the place she was raped. It was not strange for her to be in this space, haunted as it was with violent memories, because she still sleeps here each month when she is menstruating. Continue Reading…
… say the former French Foreign Minister for Foreign Affairs, Roland Dumas – Published on Global Research.ca, by Gearóid Ó Colmáin, June 15, 2013.
In an interview with the French TV station LCP, former French minister for Foreign Affairs Roland Dumas said: I’m going to tell you something. I was in England two years before the violence in Syria on other business. I met with top British officials, who confessed to me that they were preparing something in Syria. This was in Britain not in America. Britain was organizing an invasion of rebels into Syria. They even asked me, although I was no longer minister for foreign affairs, if I would like to participate. Naturally, I refused, I said I’m French, that doesn’t interest me.
Dumas went on give the audience a quick lesson on the real reason for the war that has now claimed the lives of tens of thousands of people. Continue Reading…
The full story behind the scoop and why the whistleblower approached the Guardian – Watch the video, 12.35 min, published on The Guardian, by Ewen MacAskill in Hong Kong, June 12, 2013.
As he pulled a small black suitcase and carried a selection of laptop bags over his shoulders, no one would have paid much attention to Ed Snowden as he arrived at Hong Kong International Airport. But Snowden was not your average tourist or businessman. In all, he was carrying four computers that enabled him to gain access to some of the US government’s most highly-classified secrets. Continue Reading…
Watch this video, 20.07 min, published on TEDtalks, by George Papandreou, filmed and posted June 2013: … George Papandreou draws on lessons learned from the Greek debt crisis as he helps guide the EU through difficult water.
are working for European democracy:
- Democracy International.org: For a more democratic European Union;
- The European Foundation for Democracy;
- European partnership for democracy EPD;
- European Endowment For Democracy EED;
- The European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights;
(First my comment: it is up to the wiser part of the regional and international elites to solve this problem, to guarantee the protesters a life of respect, freedom and normal human rights, and permit the conservative part of the society it’s needed religious security – BEFORE alien muslim fighter later will transform the now running mess into a new Syria – to ’safe’ the state).
Found in Spiegel Online International:
Everyone Is Afraid: Erdogan Regime Cows Embattled Media, by Michael Sontheimer, June 12, 2013 (Photo Gallery – Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan): There are more journalists in prison in Turkey than in any other country. Prime Minister Erdogan tolerates no criticism, and aggressive prosecution of journalists on often questionable charges has fostered an atmosphere of anxiety and self-censorship …; Continue Reading…
Published on XinhuanetEnglishNews, June 12, 2013.
The International Labor Organization ILO called for an end to child labor in domestic work and adequate protection of young workers against abusive working conditions in its latest report released Tuesday. The annual report for the occasion of the World Day Against Child labor on June 12 brought the public’s attention to children working in “domestic work.” Continue Reading…
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: I don’t want to live in a society that does these sort of things, 12.35 min, on The Real News Network, June 9, 2013: Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald talks to Edward Snowden, the source behind the NSA files about his motives for the biggest intelligence leak in a generation (linked with Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations; and with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says …). Continue Reading…
- Die Lügen der Lebensmittel Industrie, 59.44 min, von Rawesd am 27. Dezember 2011 hochgeladen;
- Lebensmittel zum abgewöhnen: Der Wahnsinn in unserer Lebensmittelindustrie, von unter427x am 25. April 2010 hochgeladen: 1/5, 9.34 min, 2/5, 9.47 min, 3/5, 7.14 min, 4/5, 4.55 min, 5/5, 2.07 min;
- Die Milch-Lüge, – auf NDR, 44.18 min, von Trixi Doku am 1. August 2012 hochgeladen: Die Deutschen (und Schweizer) sind Weltspitze im Verzehr von Milchprodukten. Doch mittlerweile mehren sich die kritischen Stimmen. Milch steht unter Verdacht, Krankheiten auszulösen …;
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung DGE: auf eigener Webseite; auf de.wikipedia.
videos recently uploaded by John Pilger on his YouTube Channel:
- Breaking the Silence: Truth And Lies In The War On Terror , 51.57 min, uploaded Feb 13, 2013;
- Marxism Lecture , 17.27 min, uploaded Feb 25, 2013;
- Why we need WikiLeaks , 1.44 min, uploaded Feb 25, 2013;
Recent Articles by John Pilger: Continue Reading…
Published on Waging NonViolence, by Marta Molina, June 7, 2013. http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/in-guatemala-a-long-road-to-justice/
Two weeks ago, Guatemala’s Constitutional Court overturned the historic guilty verdict of the nation’s former military dictator Efraín Ríos Montt, who had been convicted of committing genocide and crimes against humanity during his short reign from 1982 to 1983. The Constitutional Court’s decision annulled Montt’s 80-year prison sentence and ordered that the final weeks of the case be retried. At 86 years old, Ríos Montt was the first former head of state in Latin America to be sentenced for genocide by his own country. Continue Reading…
Publication 505: Mieux apprendre avec la coopération – Publié dans Cahiers Pédagogiques, avec Stéphanie Fontdecaba et Sylvain Connac, le 8 juin 2013.
La question est insolente, insupportable presque. Au point qu’on ose à peine la formuler… Et que sitôt formulée, on la regrette. Stéphanie Fontdecaba et Sylvain Connac, qui ont coordonné le dossier du numéro 505, Mieux apprendre avec la coopération, ont pourtant accepté d’y répondre. Sans ambages: Continue Reading…
Daring, young and self-assured, feminists have reclaimed social discourse in Germany in a big way. But along with activists’ successes have come fresh ideological conflicts … //
… The Issue of the Hour:
- Feminism is a hot issue these days. Anyone who organizes a conference on future challenges would be well advised to come up with something that touches on this topic. Not surprisingly, the final major presentation at re:publica, the largest and hippest blogger conference in Germany, was dedicated to online feminism last May. Even the Grimme Award, one of the most prestigious awards for German television, is getting in on the action this year: #aufschrei has been nominated for the online award, the first such honor for a Twitter hashtag. Continue Reading…
Black kids grow up in a society that doesn’t value educating black children and is hellbent on doing everything it can to stop them from learning.
In light of the recent news out of Chicago, I think we should take another look at first lady Michelle Obama’s remarks from her commencement address at Bowie State University. Particularly this part: Continue Reading…
Published on ZNet, by Norman Solomon, June 05, 2013.
Of all the charges against Bradley Manning, the most pernicious – and revealing – is aiding the enemy. A blogger at The New Yorker, Amy Davidson, raised a pair of big questions that now loom over the courtroom at Fort Meade and over the entire country: Continue Reading…
What is the future likely to bring? A reasonable stance might be to try to look at the human species from the outside. So imagine that you’re an extraterrestrial observer who is trying to figure out what’s happening here or, for that matter, imagine you’re an historian 100 years from now — assuming there are any historians 100 years from now, which is not obvious — and you’re looking back at what’s happening today. You’d see something quite remarkable … // Continue Reading…
Quand: du lundi 19 aoûtà 14 h au vendredi 23 août 2013 à 17 h – Lieu: à la pension la Cordée à Ovronnaz (Valais, Suisse).
Ce stage est mis sur pied par proPhilo et sous la conduite d’Alexandre Herriger, formateur indépendant en philosophie pour enfants. proPhilo propose un programme qui met l’accent sur la pratique de l’animation des ateliers de philosophie pour enfants selon l’approche de Matthew Lipman. L’objectif est de mettre en pratique dans le cadre de CRP, l’animation, l’observation, et les outils qui permettent d’améliorer l’articulation de la pensée critique et créative par et pour soi-même avec les autres. Continue Reading…
Published on Intrepid Report, by Paul Craig Roberts, June 3, 2013.
When I was a graduate student in economics, the social cost of capitalism was a big issue in economic theory. Since those decades ago, the social costs of capitalism have exploded, but the issue seems no longer to trouble the economics profession. Continue Reading…
Published on truth-out.org, by Daniel Falcone, June 1, 2013 (also see: Democracy and Education in the 21st Century: Part 1, Daniel Falcone Interviews Noam Chomsky, June 2009).
… Falcone: You have indicated in some of your writings the effects of Taylorism – a management method that breaks tasks down into small parts to increase efficiency – as a form of on-job control. Does our educational system foster a form of on-job control?
- Chomsky: Off-job control. Actually, the term is sometimes even used – Taylorism – by the business press. Taylorism gives on-job control, but we have to be careful to have off-job control and there are a lot of devices for that: education is one. But advertising is another. Continue Reading…
Anatoly S. Chernyaev Diary, 1973
Published on National Security Archive NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 430, by Svetlana Savranskaya, May 25, 2013.
- Brezhnev Elevated Detente over Class Struggle — to the Dismay of his Politburo Colleagues
- Soviet Internal Politics and Decision Making from Anatoly Chernyaev’s “Remarkable Diary” Continue Reading…
- The forgotton man: part 1, 15.15 min, part 2, 15.16 min, part 3, 13.08 min, uploaded by BelleZonder hetbeest, May 27, 2013: Second only to Julian Assange, Bradley Manning is the most important figure in the Wikileaks controversy; his is alleged to have handed over hundreds of thousands of secret US war files and diplomatic cables. But, while the world watches Assange’s trial with baited breath, Manning is already wasting away in solitary confinement; this is the story of his daring intelligence heist. We hear the only recording of Bradley Manning’s voice and we listen to the logs of alleged conversations with the man who ultimately betrayed him. Made by JourneymanVOD;
- Assange: U.S. Probe of WikiLeaks and Show Trial of Bradley Manning Aims to Scare Whistleblowers, 15.41 min, uploaded by Democracy Now, May 29, 2013: Continue Reading…
Why should the citizens of one of the richest countries in the world take to the streets? Fed up with the paternalizing, incompetent leadership of the ruling family, a citizen’s movement is waking in Kuwait, much to the fear of its neighbors in the Gulf … //
… They Treat Us Like Little Boys: Continue Reading…
2013-05-01: What Is Progressivism?
2013-05-02: Amid Hunger Strike, Obama Renews Push to Close Cuba Prison;
2013-05-02: L’ île aux fleurs;
2013-05-03: Pakistan: On Elections, Extremism, and Science;
2013-05-04: Welcome, please don’t come: UK encourages Afghan interpreters not to seek asylum;
2013-05-05: Boston and Beyond;
2013-05-06: The Layman’s Case Against Austerity;
2013-05-06: happening in North America: the Security and Prosperity Partnership SPP;
2013-05-07: Declaration of the Social Movements Assembly;
2013-05-08: Sweden, Russia, NATO, and the military-industrial complex?
2013-05-09: Bonding Through Bars: The health and human rights of incarcerated women;
2013-05-10: NYT Story Just an Excuse to Bash Welfare State;
2013-05-11: Only 6 Percent of Child Trafficking Cases in India Result in Prosecutions;
2013-05-12: Rape and Racism in Indonesia;
2013-05-21: Poll timeline: consistent public support for gay marriage;
2013-05-22: 10 Amazing Charts That Demonstrate The Slow, Agonizing Death Of The American Worker;
2013-05-23: Neoliberalism and the Genocide of 6 Million in Congo;
2013-05-23: KenFM im Gespräch mit Jürgen Elsässer;
2013-05-24: The Case for Hope, Continued;
2013-05-25: Development and the double-sided mirror;
2013-05-27: Patriot steals pension rights;
2013-05-28: Big Coal faces big opposition in Pacific Northwest;
2013-05-29: Disclosures at the National Security Archive NSA;
2013-05-30: Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: How about an escapade with Good News;
2013-05-31: Disclosures at the National Security Archive NSA.