Daily Archives: September 30, 2014

Bravo for the solidarity spot ‘Love is contagious’

cf-articleIt all starts with the goodness of a child.

Clemente Ferrer Global News Centre

(MADRID)   This is a video that has gone around the world. It is promoted by  Krizovatka, a Czech organization that seeks to change the world through awareness campaigns of solidarity values. The video does not need words,because it aspires to be universal, and the words differfrom one country to another. So it uses two languages which are universals: the image and the music, says Professor Alfonso Méndiz.

The image is certainly the most attractive. What we see isnot a story: it is a chain of stories linked by a great theme: Love. The final slogan reminds us, “láskou a sluzboucesty spojujeme” (With love and service, we join paths).

Enter the Chameleon

netanyahu-2It’s not the conjuring tricks, which the chameleon performs in front of a be-dazzled audience that we should worry about.  Those are mostly lies and fabrications wrapped in a flimsy attempt at demonizing the other and claiming the high moral ground. 

Jafar M Ramini Global News Centre

(LONDON) The stage is set, the venue is the UN General Assembly, New York and the audience is in place, awaiting the appearance of the star performer, Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel.

 The chameleon came dressed in the colours of the United States of America.  After all, he was speaking in New York and he employed local American idioms and colloquialisms to deliver what was without doubt a brilliant exhibition of showmanship in full Technicolor. All that was missing were the violins.

Film by Jamal, Benjamin, and Alexander Belica

The Belica Boys“I met Agron Belica at an unusual interfaith conference in New York City. He was a professional, but also a passionate man. I soon discovered that my friend is at once a writer, a singer, and a man of many hobbies. His book on who actually was on the cross caused a stir in academia, yet Agron is not an academician. I was surprised to hear my friend’s songs, which again were artistically moving; yet, my friend is neither a professional musician nor a poet. Agron and I discovered a spiritual affinity between us, which I cannot explain. It is beautiful and enriching.”  -Professor Mahmoud Ayoub Hartford Seminary

Global News Centre

Gilad Atzmon’s memorable, epic appearance in Portland


Tim King and Gilad Atzmon last week in Portland.

Gilad is making the trip to Portland, Oregon every six months, providing an opportunity for local residents to hear his burning words of unflinching truth, and to catch some of the most wickedly cool jazz sax imaginable.

Tim King Global News Centre

(PORTLAND)  Noted author, journalist and musician, Gilad Atzmon made it to Portland again, and this visit was as rich, colorful and politically stimulating as it gets.  I strongly recommend checking out his next appearance, it makes for an unforgettable night.

A Legacy of Destruction: Monsanto’s dark history exposed in stunning new photo essay


Mathieu Asselin has been photographing towns impacted by Monsanto and needs about $6,000 to complete his project; click here to support his project.

In an effort to document Monsanto’s toxic legacy, photographer Mathieu Asselin spent three years traveling across the United States capturing images of the people whose lives been most deeply affected, and in some cases destroyed, by the monstrous chemical company that happens to control much of our food supply (and key positions in our government, not so coincidentally).

Nick Meyer Alt Health Works

The Monsanto Company has been active for over 100 years in the United States, and yet the St. Louis based genetically modified seed and chemical giant’s long legacy of nefarious actions has only recently come into public view.

The mainstream in America is just now waking up to the destruction caused to humans, animals and the environment by Monsanto after all these years, but for the people living in communities that have been damaged and even destroyed by the corporation’s unscrupulous practices, the harsh truth has been ever-present (see this ‘Timeline of Crime’ for more on the dark history of Monsanto from the Children of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance’s page).

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