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Common Dreams Highlights October 9, 2014

Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

News & Views | 10.09.14


The Solution Is the Soil: How Organic Farming Can Feed the World and Save the Planet


Critics to Obama: ‘Draconian Cuts’ Have Been to US Public Services, Not War Budget

Lego Ends Shell Contract After Greenpeace ‘Save the Arctic’ Campaign

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Could Trigger a Trillion-Dollar Coral Reef Problem

Supreme Court Draws Rebuke for Upholding North Carolina Voting Restrictions

Off-Duty St. Louis Officer Kills Black Man, Spurring Protests

and more…



Isaac Rojas: Climate Change and Deforestation Will Not Be Solved with a Trick

M. Jahi Chappell & Juliette Majot: “Climate Smart Agriculture” Isn’t. Agroecology is.

Amy Goodman: Texas Strips Women of Their Health and Rights

Kwei Quartey:Ebola and Moral Panic

Kara Dansky: How Many People Must Be Maimed or Killed Before We End the Militarization of Our Police Forces?



VOCAL-NY:AIDS, LGBT Advocates Demand Expansion of Welfare Benefits to All HIV+ New Yorkers

Council of Canadians:Fair Elections Act: Canadian Democracy Will Have its Day in Court

and more…

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Bill Gates – Ebola, Death and Vaccines: Add In WHO, PATH, GAVI, UNICEF, Merck, GSK

Thank you Jean! This is so disturbing, but not really unexpected since these sort of underhanded shenanigans using aid and help organizations to spread violence, terror and disease have been the stock-in-trade of certain groups for nearly a century:-/
People need to remember that we have ancestral folkways of medicine that are in many ways superior to the hi-tech allopathic top-down controlled model of healthcare.
Traditional Chinese medicine and East Indian Ayurveda have literally thousands of years of testing and improvement already done-unlike allopathic medicine which is less than 200 years old now.
Sure, people die when they use herbs that perhaps before we fed them to chickens and cattle, antibiotics could have cured but if the idea of medicine truly is “first, do no harm” then the folk medicine of all countries wins hands down.
The WHO scandal over their purposeful mismanagement of the funding for research on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome taught me that they are as corrupt as any agency possibly can be.
If you want to avoid getting sick; first clean up your diet. Stop eating filth, poison and garbage-ie sugar, GMO’S , coal tar dyes, synthetic, processed “food like substances”. Minimize the stuff that weakens your body then give it more of what strengthens you. Fresh organic vegetables and fruits, immune building herbs like astragalus, olive leaf and reishi mushrooms can be added easily for most. “Weeds” like dandelions and Spanish needles (bidens alba) can be eaten in salads. Roasted chicory root or dandelion root brewed with coffee helps to detoxify your body. Simple daily habits of health will do more to prevent most epidemics.
Not only eating well of course but getting enough sleep, engaging in good personal hygiene and practicing “infection control” by washing regularly and avoiding germ sharing behavior. (Google infection control measures and you’ll get plenty of explanations).
“Fear is the Mind Killer” as Frank Herbert so eloquently informed us on Dune.
Don’t let the fear mongers drive your boat. We are all going to die sometime-but only once per lifetime. Living in fear is like dying every moment, over and over. Why give them that power over you?

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Truthout Daily Digest Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Developers Aren’t Going to Solve the Housing Crisis in San Francisco

Dyan Ruiz and Joseph Smooke, Truthout and [people. power. media]: The authors deconstruct and refute supply-side myths about how to create affordable housing in San Francisco – or any city – and propose some new approaches to affordable housing.

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The Tyrant Jean-Claude Duvalier Is Dead, but His Legacy Still Lives in UN-Occupied Haiti

Roger Annis, Truthout: Jean-Claude Duvalier’s death will not change the realities of foreign occupation and meddling in Haiti that continue to bolster much of the authoritarian Duvalier legacy – one which has always been about excluding the Haitian people from governing their own country.

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Sixteen for ’16 – Number 15: Care for Child Refugees

Salvatore Babones, Truthout: What the United States did to its indigenous people more than 100 years ago, Central American governments and drug gangs are doing to their indigenous peoples today. As they flee persecution in Central America to the United States, they should be treated as the refugees they are – with a right to asylum.

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Applying to College With a Criminal Record

Levi LaChappelle, Truthout: Colleges are staging areas for economic success and personal prosperity. They should not create new barriers to entry.

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Why Are Teach for America and a California Billionaire Investing in a Minnesota School Board Race?

Sarah Lahm, In These Times: Local school board races are being heavily influenced by the political and financial heft of outside groups – often extremely wealthy hedge fund managers and large philanthropic foundations seeking “education reform.”

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Guatemalan Government, Canadian Mining Industry Responsible for Violent Conflicts

Cyril Mychalejko, teleSUR: A September report by Amnesty International holds the Guatemalan government and Canadian mining industry responsible for violent conflicts and repression against predominantly indigenous communities in Guatemala.

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Paul Krugman | Conservatives Revive the Canadian Fantasy

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: Conservatives just won’t let the idea that austerity is somehow beneficial die. They are again hawking Canada’s experiment with austerity in the 1990s, using faulty economic models. Their imaginary Canada has nothing in common with current reality.

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Loon, Interrupted: Chicks Dying, Social Chaos; Is Their Comeback Unraveling?

Lindsey Konkel, Environmental Health News: Loons are raising fewer chicks to fledgling stage than they were two decades ago. Scientists suspect pollutants are to blame.

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Amy Goodman | Anti-Choice Law Leaves Vast Swaths of Texas With No Abortion Provider

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!: San Antonio is now the last outpost for legal abortion in southern Texas after an appeals court allowed sweeping provisions that shuttered most clinics to go into effect.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

Mobilizing for Racial Justice in the Face of Tragedy

Kate Aronoff, Waging Nonviolence: The Ohio Student Association has mobilized after John Crawford became one of a series of young, unarmed black men to be killed by police. They are pressuring the Justice Department to investigate Crawford’s death.

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Fed Whistleblower Carmen Segarra, Snowden and the Closing of the Journalistic Mind

Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism: Reporting on tapes made public by former New York Fed bank examiner Carmen Segarra show how utterly craven the central bank was when it came to matters Goldman. The resulting media storm reveals the financial press has been asleep at the wheel.

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The Shock Doctrine of the Oligarchy Cannot Be Allowed to Debilitate Us

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: The mainstream media and political narrative that we have lived with for years – of lurching from one sensationalist crisis to another – has evolved into a continuous “shock doctrine.”

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

The Most Important National Security Secrets Case You’ve Never Heard of

Read the Article at The Guardian

Dangers of Coal Ash Gets Much-Needed National Media Attention

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Justice Department Will Review Practice of Creating Fake Facebook Profiles

Read the Article at The Washington Post

Jim Hightower | Marriott’s Shameful Hotel Tipping Scam

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Police Violated Constitutional Rights of Ferguson Protesters, Federal Judge Rules

Read the Article at The Huffington Post

Glenn Greenwald | Key Democrats, Led by Hillary Clinton, Leave No Doubt That Endless War Is Official US Doctrine

Read the Article at The Intercept

The Injustice of Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences

Read the Article at Rolling Stone

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The Oracle Report | Thursday, October 9, 2014

I’m not sure why anyone would challenge or complain about Oracle Report. As a spiritual perspective I find it valuable in helping to understand daily experience by providing a positive framework for things.

What would motivate someone to challenge spiritual perspectives or understanding that doesn’t work for them? If you don’t like it-don’t read it.

I’m very grateful for Laura and all the work she does to help us develop greater insight and understanding of the changes in our world and ourselves at this time.



Oracle Report October 9, 2014

“Galactic Connection Radio” with Alexandra Meadors

“Galactic Connection” September 30, 2014

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Full Moon Phase: reflection

Moon in Taurus

Skill: remain in the present

Negative Imprint: uncompromising, overly-judgmental, immaturity, copping out, isolation, elitism, crotchety

Positive Imprint: peace, quiet meditation, opting out, fairness, accepting personal responsibility, gratitude, vitality

Since we are in the Full Moon phase of the lunar month that is like a month-long Full Moon, we essentially have double the fullest light for clarity right now. Clarity is a good thing.

But today, the focus of clarity takes the form of reflection. The energy has us looking back. This can be dangerous territory not only because it takes us into the past, but also because we tend to romanticize the past. The clarity of this Full Moon phase takes the luster off of the past so that the truth is visible. The truth is often hard to take. All of this makes it easy to become lost in the past.

Being lost in the past would have us missing out on the dancing days of this Full Moon phase and off the trail of this lunar month’s mystery. Our mission this month is to respond to whatever is changing, shifting, and presenting itself in our lives and in our world. We can’t do that if we are lost in reflection.

What is required today is a calm, objective viewpoint. Emotions always run very high during Full Moons, but everyone knows that this Full Moon is quite potent. Aren’t we grateful to Sabaoth the Sun for powering down a bit for us during this phase and not sending coronal mass ejections?

Also today, things that have been blocked are loosened under the energies, particularly feelings that have been blocked. Traumas or sore spots that have been locked in the body are ready for some release. We can facilitate this by paying special attention to our physical bodies today. Stretch often and listen to what your body is telling you.

Opportunities are opening up all over the place this month, which is one more reason to not look back. Stay in the present so that new possibilities can find you.

Full Moons bring lavish fertility of the creative mind, so if something inside of you wants to be expressed, follow through. This may not be something concrete. You may have an opinion you want to express. There may be something you want to say. If so, this feeling will intensify over the next few days.

With the light of the Fullest Moon, we will be prone to discard what we feel is no longer acceptable to us. Trust your heart with this. Uranus is working with the energy of this Full Moon to place us exactly where we need to be in the midst of the shifting.

For today: Believe. Be. Dance. Do. Listen. Love.

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The manuscript of survival – part 427

Thank you Aisha!

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For now, the quickening you have entered will begin to manifest in a myriad of ways. Some of them will feel familiar, while others will happen in a very unexpected manner. You see, this opening that you have allowed yourself to take part in will be put to good use, and through these openings many a form of information will continue to flow in, and through this information, a whole host of related events will come into being.

Remember, you are all individuals, but by now you are so deeply connected that whatever takes place in your little personal sphere will affect those sitting in a very different location on your large but also very small planet. For you are all like one singular cell, one minuscule component of a huge and intricately constructed living organism, and as soon as one of you so much as flutter your wings slightly…

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Common Dreams Highlights October 8, 2014

Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

News & Views | 10.08.14


Students Walk Out After Attack on ‘Union that Defends Public Education’


Amid Soaring Profits, Walmart to Cut Off 30,000 Workers From Health Insurance

Siding With ‘Those Who Defend Mother Earth,’ Chile’s Top Court Halts Mine

Fiery Derailment Puts Spotlight on Hazardous Train Shipments

China Overtakes US as World’s Single Largest Economy

Privacy, Free Speech on the Line as Court Considers FBI’s Warrantless Surveillance Program

and more…



Paul Dewar: The Case for a Humanitarian Focus in Iraq

Vandana Shiva: Of Food, Farmers and WTO’s Doublespeak

Kara Dansky: How Many People Must Be Maimed or Killed Before We End the Militarization of Our Police Forces?

Kathy Kelly: ‘Silence Is Complicity’: Challenging Drone Warfare in US Court

Juan Cole: The Last Days of Kobani Loom as ISIL Closes in on Syrian Kurds



Worldwatch Institute: Energy Democracy: Bringing Power to the People

350: University of Glasgow First University in Europe to Divest From Fossil Fuels

ACLU: Innocent Man Released from Prison after Nine Years, Four on Death Row

and more…