Monthly Archives: November 2015
Punishment undermines the very basis of parenting: maintaining a safe, clear, loving relationship between parent and child.
Anahata Giri for Global News Centre
(MELBOURNE) I have never punished my child. This is not because I have some kind of freaky perfect child. My 8 year old son is a normal child who engages with the world with a natural childlike intensity. This means he sometimes challenges boundaries by doing what he wants and upsetting others. At times I am very upset by his actions and I have been stretched beyond my own boundaries many times. This can be really tough.
Islam was, is, and remains a peaceful expression of the love and mercy of Allah. Societal, political expression for Muslims, a “political force”, is their right and must be defended.
Clive Hambidge Global News Centre
(LONDON) Organised by the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) and the Council of European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) this vital seminar, which was held on the 17 November 2015, took on a more poignant atmosphere. Especially in light of the acts of violence perpetrated just days earlier where ‘seven coordinated attacks’ apparently from three hybrid ISIL groups brought France to the heart-stilling- reality of a collective human tragedy. Equally, the 12 November attack in Beirut Lebanon where 39 were killed in Bourj el Barajneh by two suicide bombers were the topics of concerned discussion outside Committee Room 9.
Memories of an amazing childhood journey in 1938.
William Annett Global News Centre
(DAYTONA BEACH) My father was born in Baptist Ontario, raised in Hell’s Kitchen near 34th Street in Manhattan, was in the trenches in France while still a boy and, invalided back to England, flew a rickety biplane in the Royal Flying Corps by the time he was 20. He was to see the banks and braes of bonny Scotland and, de-mobbed in Toronto, he experienced the snows of the American West and the topless towers of Wall Street. By the onset of the Depression he had by some strange default become school principal in a tiny Alberta town in the middle of the Dust Bowl that endured for that most desolate decade, during which the entire western world seemed to hunker down in silent desperation.
Why are organizations advocating for families devastated by death and addiction in record numbers not calling for treatment of the disease of addiction?
Marianne Skolek Global News Centre
(MYRTLE BEACH) Many parents held a “talk to your children about addiction over dinner on 11/19.” It was a means of “educating” children about drugs and addiction. This dialogue over dinner was encouraged by many organizations some funded by the pharmaceutical industry such as Partnership for a Drug Free Kids. I don’t think there is a family or a teenager in this country who has not lost a relative or friend due to prescription opioid/heroin addiction. So to encourage families to “talk about addiction” on a particular night at the dinner table is interesting.We don’t encourage families to discuss cancer over the dinner table on a designated night. We treat cancer as the disease it is. Why don’t we treat addiction as the disease it is?
Tetaun Moffett Global News Centre Special
Published By Ace Knight
It’s clearly obvious that we have a generation right now that is lost in terms of consciousness and of knowing who we are; not only just as a black person, but also as a man or as a woman. We seem to have forgotten how we should be conducting ourselves and how we should be living. There are certain things that are just not in order. At some point we’ve gotten off track and we need to get back on track. So, yes, if we see something that needs to be addressed and we have to pull a brother or sister’s coattail about it, that is just what we are supposed to do: “each one teach one.”
Global News Centre
“Everyday I Ball” is the debut novel from accomplished Basketball Trainer and international pro Michael Sanders. In the storyline, we follow the boggling double-lives of two high school student-athletes named Razah & Mizz.
Despite this readily available information, governments continue to prioritise spending $US2,000,000,000 each day on military violence,…
Robert J. Burrowes Global News Centre
(TASMANIA) As expectations build for a global consensus to emerge from the United Nations climate conference in Paris, starting on 30 November 2015, that could agree to taking action to limit any rise in global temperature to 2 degrees celsius, I would like to explain why these expectations are misplaced. And what we can do about it.
‘Today, in a world convulsed by violence and unbelievable brutality the lines between ‘us’ and ‘the terrorists’ have been completely blurred…
Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh Global News Centre
(BETHLEHEM) The manufactured hysteria about the bombing in Paris will expand weapons manufacturing and sales around western countries. Arms manufacturer stocks are already booming and the Zionists and neoconservatives who own and run these companies will get even richer. Liberty and democracy will suffer as new freedom-restricting laws are passed using manufactured fear (like in the US after September 11, 2001).
Sudden shocks such as the Charlie Hebdo and Paris massacres have been used to justify the French to bolster its security and intelligence forces and introduce new surveillance laws. In ordinary times, such laws might have been vigorously opposed by the populace. When security trumps privacy, the terrorists win.
Ralph E. Stone Global News Centre
(SAN FRANCISCO) France and the free world are in mourning following the horrible Paris massacre on November 13 by at least seven gunmen, killing 129 and wounding another 352, 99 critically.
Ken O’Keefe Global News Special
Submitted by Ace Knight
Ken O’Keefe discusses “who is ISIS” and the absurdity of what the mainstream media is telling us in this latest false flag manipulation brought to you by the powers that be.
Global News Centre
Submitted by Ace Knight
So I’ve seen my painting “Is This the End?” all over the internet. It’s actually very exciting and I’m very humbled that so many people can relate to the piece. I was absolutely shocked when it popped up on @keyshiacole page a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, by that time someone cut my tag off the picture and no one knows that I painted it. So here I am holding it! -Akili Mansa Richards
An Amazing Artist!!! —Ace Knight