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Ethnic tribalism threatens South Africa

While some have hailed the willingness of the South African government to arrest popular former President Jacob Zuma as a…

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Strategically Resisting the New Dark Age: The 7 Days Campaign to Resist The Great Reset

Measured by the Christian calendar, the period of about 500 years from the fall of the Roman Empire until the…

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Mahama writes on emoluments for spouses of president, vice president

The issue of handling spouses of Political office holders is not a new one; it has engaged the attention of…

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Turning Kenya’s plastic waste problem into a building solution

Floating in the middle of world’s largest ocean, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a man-made mess of plastic waste…

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The Accelerating Destruction of Earth’s Biodiversity: When Will We Act?

As those individuals aware of it will have observed, presumably with deep regret, the latest ‘International Day for Biological Diversity’…

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67 YEARS IN THE PEACE MOVEMENT

A new freely downloadable book I would like to announce the publication of a book which discusses the things that…

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Killing Democracy Once and For All: The Global Elite’s Coup d’Etat that is Destroying Life as We Know It

Politically savvy individuals know that democracy has rarely existed and probably never outside small groups of humans who deliberately organize…

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The world marks Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection since 1970. The day…

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ECOLOGY AND ECONOMICS, by John Scales Avery

Humanity has reached a critical decade A new report, published on 14 March, 2021 in the Royal Swedish Academy of…

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Should I commit suicide or engage in prostitution – Widow asks

A widow, Faustina Nsiah, who lives in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region, is appealing to the public to support her…

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We Are Human, We Are Free – Building Worldwide Nonviolent Resistance to The Great Reset

In late 2020 Robert J. Burrowes and myself were asked by some Melbourne activists protesting against the lockdowns and Covid…

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Suez crisis creates winners and losers in the global supply chain

Piraeus, Greece – For someone who was losing $30,000 a day, Greek shipowner Yiorgos Gourdomihalis sounds very sanguine. Hours before…

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