Pierre Cloutier: Egyptian President Al-Sisi We must revolutionize our religion – Fundamentalism and Islamism in question

Pierre Cloutier

Pierre Cloutier

Le président égyptien Al-Sisi: Nous devons révolutionner notre religion
L’intégrisme ou l’islamisme en cause

Egyptian President Al-Sisi
Fundamentalism and Islamism in question

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Jan 14

Yoda: China CELAC $250 Billion

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Got Crowd? BE the Force!

China To Invest Billions in Latin America

China has committed to investing US$250 billion over the next decade in Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) member states. Read full article.

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Jan 8

Tom Atlee: Child’s Vow of Silence Until World Leaders Act on Climate Change

Tom Atlee

Tom Atlee

A remarkable 11 year old’s vow of silence

I have been deeply moved by the action of an 11 year old – Itzcuauhtli (Eat-Squat-Lee) Roske-Martinez who stopped talking October 27, 2014 “until world leaders take action on Climate Change”. Itzcuauhtli makes it clear that he thinks all of us are at least as important as world leaders for climate action – if not more so – than officially recognized world leaders. I will be joining him and thousands of others being silent on December 10 for the same purpose.

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Nov 16

Berto Jongman: #ConflictFree $201 Billion in Consumer Economics Full of Conflict Minerals [and Oblivious of #TrueCost]

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

A possible model for true cost economics movement.

What’s in your technology may shock you…

Your daily life requires vital minerals that may originate in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and other countries.

Tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold are referred to as conflict minerals.

EXTRACT

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Nov 15