Daily Archives: February 4, 2015

Entertainment: Best Song I Ever Wrote By Lady J. Infinite


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Human Rights: What should Palestinians do?

Palestine image by HoudaShams. nobody359.deviantart.

Palestine image by HoudaShams. nobody359.deviantart.

Huge changes are unfolding here in Palestine, the epicenter of much of the conflict in Western Asia and North Africa. Zionists push their luck by pressuring the moderates within the PLO who were always ready to have a two-state solution.

Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh Global News Centre

(BETHLEHEM)  On Politics and a Request: What is going on in the world today is serious transformation and transfiguration of power relationships from a unipolar to a multipolar world and from power centered in the north to that centered in the southern hemisphere. The height of power of the unipolar world was in 1989-1991. Since then, things have been changing and unless we establish a world based on justice and human rights, the US/Israel axis will lose big.  Let me again remind you that our choices are

1) a livable world based on justice and human rights,

2) a dead-end world based on might is right,

3) there is no other choice. 

PAKISTAN: Qadri’s appeal hearing in Taseer’s muder case,the court re-issue notices to Taseer’s legal heirs

p.txtReportedly, the important records related to the Salman Taseer murder case mysteriously disappeared from the office of the attorney general in the Islamabad High Court after the appeal of Mumtaz Qadri was fixed for hearing last week.

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(ISLAMABAD)   The Islamabad High Court heard Qadri’s appeal petition, the killer of former Punjab governor Salman Taseer, against his death sentence which was given in 2011 by the Anti Terrorism Court of Islamabad. A two-member bench of comprising Justice Noor-Ul-Haq Qureshi and Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui re-issued a notice to Taseer’s legal heirs.

More than 50 lawyers, including former chief justice of Lahore High Court Khawaja Sharif the main leading counsel of Qadri’s appeal case, were present in the court for his defense. 

Why I skipped Super Bowl Sunday this year



It’s Just a Football Game, People!

Gary G. Kohls, MD for Global News Centre

(DULUTH)   A surprising 50% of the US population didn’t watch the 9 hours of TV coverage of Super Bowl Sunday this year. I confess that I was one of them. And it wasn’t the first time that I have intentionally skipped the over-hyped, often tiresome Super Bowl extravaganza, reportedly the day when there is more domestic abuse than any other day of the year. I suppose such an act will be counted as heresy among some of my friend, but so be it.

“When in Rome, do as the Romans do” makes a certain amount of sense, until you change it to “When in Munich, do as the Nazis do.” That adds another dimension to the earlier saying. Most of us like to think that we would have been anti-fascist resisters in Nazified Munich if we had lived there during the 12 year Thousand Year Reich, although protesting fascism in Hitler’s Germany would have been much more hazardous than protesting the corruption, abuses and hidden consequences of NFL football in America.

PAKISTAN: Anti-Charlie Hebdo protesters attack Bannu Christian School

pak-protest_543More discrimination against religious minorities in Pakistan…

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(BANU) While a series of protests is taking place throughout the whole country, in Banu city of Khyber, Pakhtunkhwa, hundreds of students protested against a French magazine for publishing caricatures of the Prophet of Islam.  They stormed a Christian boys’ school demanding its closure and reportedly four students were hurt as protesters damage property, smash windows.

Kevin Annett reads from his latest book… Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis

samuel_wedge-222x300Nobel Prize Nominee Kevin Annett reads from his new book, Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis.

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Check out this excerpt from the just released novel “Samuel Wedge: Memoir of Necropolis” (Author House, 2015) is read by its author, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Rev. Kevin Annett.Kevin also announces the launching of his new weekly public affairs blog radio program Radio Free Kanata on Sunday, March 1, 2015 (6 pm eastern time).

Acts of betrayal that broke the letter & spirit of independence



“Two different nations, from a very ancient period, have divided between them the possession of the Island: the Sinhalese inhabiting the interior in its Southern and Western parts from the river Wallouwe to Chilaw, and the Malabars (Tamils) who possess the Northern and Eastern Districts. These two nations differ entirely in their religion, language and manners.” – Sir Hugh Cleghorn, British Colonial Secretary, June 1879.

Intro by Visvanathan

(CHENNAI)  This Is a well researched article, forwarded by Mrs. Usha S Sri-Skanda-Rajah, that delves into the past and exposes the the naivety of the Tamils and the shrewdness, cunningness and wickedness of the Sinhalese. The British was responsible for the Tamil downfall. The Tamils took advantage of the education provided by the mission schools and became English literate, and the British converted them into ‘my obedient government servants’. They were not allowed to do any side business or investment in properties in some of the colonial countries.. So they had to buy whatever property they owned, under their housewives’ names. This made the Tamils to live with a shrouded mentality. The Tamils became eminent professionals both in the government and private sector, but they shunned business as a menial and uneducated person’s job. My father was a contractor, but he, though wealthy, was not respected in Sri Lankan Tamil circles, as he wouldn’t get a pension or his wife receive widows and orphan fund pension. When it came to politics, they always looked positively, and swallowed whatever the Sinhalese leaders said without looking at the negative side.

When Paul met Larry…

Ben Bernanke photo courtesy: theguardian.com

Ben Bernanke photo courtesy: theguardian.com

The Prophet of Princeton and the summers of our discontent

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH)   A year or so ago,  when Ben Bernanke completed his tenure as Chairman of The Federal Reserve and moved back to Princeton, like Cincinnatus going back to the plow, another Princeton Prof,  Paul Krugman,  was squaring off  with Larry Summers, the former  Secretary of the Treasury,  who was destined to lose out to Janet Yellen in the presidential selection  of Bernanke’s successor.  A small world, you might say.

(New Video): Mr. Politician

Mr. Politician By Primitive feat. Ayoba 


Tim King Global News Centre

(SALEM)  The world needs more people like Primitive, the Reggae artist who has captured the hearts of peaceful people throughout the world.

Using his musical talent to drive home points about corrupt, warring politicians in the US and elsewhere, Primitive lays it down straight and true.  Watch the video below, learn and react….



Tim King: Global News Centre Editor and Writer



With more than 25 years of experience on the west coast and worldwide as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor, Tim King is GlobalNewsCentre.com’s Executive News Editor. His background includes covering the war in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, and reporting from the Iraq war in 2008. Tim is a former U.S. Marine who follows stories of Marines and Marine Veterans.

Tim holds awards for reporting, photography, writing and editing from traditional mainstream news agencies like The Associated Press and Electronic Media Association; he also holds awards from the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, the Oregon Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs; and was presented with a ‘Good Neighbor Award’ for his reporting, by The Red Cross.

tim-iraq-2His years as a Human Rights reporter have taken on many dimensions.  Tim has rallied for a long list of cultures and populations and continues to every day, with a strong and direct concentration on the 2009 Genocide of Tamil Hindus and Christians in Sri Lanka. As a result of his long list of reports exposing war crimes against Tamil people, Tim was invited to be the keynote speaker at the FeTNA (Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America) Conference in Baltimore, in July 2012. This is the largest annual gathering of North American Tamils; Tim addressed more than 3000 people and was presented with a traditional Sri Lanka ‘blessed garland’ and a shawl as per the tradition and custom of Tamil Nadu.

Tim specializes in writing about political and military developments worldwide; and maintains that the label ‘terrorist’ is ill placed in many cases; specifically with the LTTE Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka, where it was used as an excuse to slaughter people by the tens of thousands; and in Gaza, where a trapped population lives at the mercy of Israel’s destructive military war crime grinder. At the center of all of this, Tim pays extremely close attention to the safety and welfare of journalists worldwide.

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