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Truthout Daily Digest November 7, 2013

The Future Must Be Green, Red, Black and Female

Robert Jensen, Truthout: The human species must acknowledge that any future that allows us to retain our humanity will jettison capitalism, patriarchy and white supremacy – and be based on an ecological worldview.

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Those With Mental-Health Challenges Fight Rahm Emanuel’s Cutting of Their Support Network

Kari Lydersen, Haymarket Books: In an excerpt from her book, Mayor 1%: Rahm Emanuel and the Rise of Chicago’s 99%, author Kari Lydersen describes how mental health advocates occupied and protested the closing of a city clinic that fell mercilessly to Emanuel’s budget ax.

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John Pilger | The Brutal Past and Present Are Another Country in Secret Australia

John Pilger, Truthout: Suppressing racist truths, while venerating Australia’s servile role in the colonial wars of Britain and the United States, has almost cult status in Canberratoday.

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Monsanto Calls Out the Dogs in St. Louis: New Anger, Old Crimes Point to Reparations

Don Fitz, Barbara Chicherio and William Smith, Truthout: At the October March Against Monsanto in St. Louis, scores of police from half a dozen municipalities were there, some with dogs. Growing demands for reparations to the victims of Monsanto’s crimes will be heard at a “People’s Hearing on Monsanto: Crimes and Reparations.”

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You Might Have Been Fooled by Republicans If …

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: Republicans have to build a motley coalition of single-issue voters under the GOP elephant umbrella, because if they were honest about their governing philosophy, they would lose every single election.

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Monsanto Wins Again: Voters Reject Washington GMO Labeling Initiative

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: Voters rejected GMO food labeling in Washington on Tuesday after months in which labeling was leading in the polls and before Monsanto and processed food companies and markets inserted unprecedented millions of dollars into the campaign to defeat the measure.

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Obama Must Be Called Out, Not Coddled, on Keystone XL Bait-and-Switch

Tom Weis, Truthout: Now – not after the tar sands spigot is turned on – is the time to support the efforts of courageous Texas landowners who could stop Keystone XL’s administration-approved southern leg in its tracks.

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They Didn’t Know What They Were Getting Into: The Cost of War American-Style

Ann Jones, TomDispatch: Embedded with soldiers in Afghanistan, Jones writes, “There were only kids in uniform, most of whom by that time knew that they hadn’t known what they were getting into, and now were struggling to keep their illusions and themselves alive.”

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Nightmare on Main Street: ALEC Policies Harm Working Americans

Mary Bottari, PR Watch: The Economic Policy Institute has documented a systematic attack by the American Legislative Exchange Council, not only on unionized workers but on the 90 percent of the American workforce with no union representation.

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Keep America at Peace: Keep the Pentagon Sequester

Robert Naiman, Truthout: If you would rather our leaders keep the planned Pentagon cuts that may constrain our future ability to bomb, invade and occupy other people’s countries, rather than cut Social Security and raise taxes, tell Congress.

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To Gov. Christie, From the Teacher He Screamed At

Melissa Omlinson, Campaign for America’s Future: “What do ‘we people’ want, Governor Christie? We want our schools back. We want to teach. We want to be allowed to help these children to grow, educationally, socially and emotionally.”

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Economic Update: What Price Capitalism?

Richard D. Wolff, Economic Update / Truthout: Richard D. Wolff gives an economic update on big banks’ manipulation of the foreign exchange market, Ireland paying for bank bailouts, Big Pharma being guilty of “recklessly endangering health,” and more.

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One conscious young woman’s response to Russell Brand

Thank you for sharing this! I was glad to see Brand bringing certain points and ideas into the mainstream consciousness but I also feel ground up horizontalist change is much more likely to create the positive lasting change we need than any return to tired old ideology of either left or right. Imho we don’t need any more top down hierarchy of any kind. The change has to come from within us-all of us-before it can be real change.

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The Oracle Report Thursday, November 7, 2013



Crescent Moon Phase: expand, grow, challenges, questions

Moon: Capricorn

Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala

11/5/2013 AUDIO UPDATE – Kamala


Today’s energy calls for inner contemplation and outer observance. This is somewhat like engaging our finely-honed skill of being like a wise owl in a tree. But we don’t need to be in a tree; we can blend right in where we are, like Nyx, reader VJ’s hauntingly beautiful cat pictured here today. In this energy, people will be wrapped up in their own worlds and not observant of the layer of spirit – the consciousness of Gaia Sophia – that permeates all the time. But we are going to change that.

Because people’s attention is focused so heavily on themselves today, conflict arises when others feel they are being ignored, neglected, or unacknowledged. The key today is not just inner contemplation but also outer observance. It’s a skill of balance. It’s a worthy use of energy because it leads towisdom.

We always want to be very tuned in to the natural world, on watch for unusual sightings and examples of sheer beauty, but today communication is enhanced. The Wisdom Goddess speaks to us when we observe and contemplate. The mental state of simultaneous observation and contemplation is one of the places where she interacts with us. We can tap right in anytime, but it is enhanced when we aware of and connected to our habitat.

Conflicts also ensure today because cooperation with others is exactly what’s needed, but the dominant energy inclines toward preoccupation with self. So in order to re-print or re-code the day’s energy, we need to include others, ask for help, consider how others can contribute, and share. This is challenging for three primary reasons: the Moon will make the exact opposition with the Black Moon today, bringing up our personal core fear held in our shadow side; Mercury is retrograde, mixing up communications; and we are in the Crescent phase of the Moon, the most challenging of the phases. But we are not deterred. We recognize that the “field of consciousness” is stacked this way and we work with it, ever-mindful of our mission to re-imprint the predominant energy.

The past may come back in some strong way today. If this troubles you, maintain outer observance and inner contemplation. Ground yourself in the present moment and remember that the past is over. We can do things a different way.

Let’s engage the day!