• "The U.S. is looking for a way out by negotiating with the Taliban. It wants a face-saving exit but has no leverage to achieve that. The talks also got sabotaged by the ruling warlords in Kabul, which the CIA still pays, as well as by the borg in Washington DC." https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/09/cia-celebrates-18-years-of-war-in-afghanistan.html#more
    "The U.S. is looking for a way out by negotiating with the Taliban. It wants a face-saving exit but has no leverage to achieve that. The talks also got sabotaged by the ruling warlords in Kabul, which the CIA still pays, as well as by the borg in Washington DC." https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/09/cia-celebrates-18-years-of-war-in-afghanistan.html#more
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  • 'Young People Are Correct to Be Outraged': Seattle City Council Urges Public Schools to Let Students Join Global Climate Strike
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/17/young-people-are-correct-be-outraged-seattle-city-council-urges-public-schools-let
    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    The Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously approved resolutions to establish a Green New Deal Oversight Committee and urge the city's public schools to excuse students who wish to take part in the global climate strike on Sept. 20.

    The latter resolution, sponsored by socialist councilmember Kshama Sawant, also affirms the right of city employees to request leave for a day of conscience to participate in the strikes, which organizers say could bring millions of people into the streets around the world.

    In a letter to the Seattle City School Board after the passage of her resolution, Sawant urged the body to "respect Seattle students' right to participate in the global climate strike and excuse them from classes on Friday, September 20th, to do so."

    "After decades of inaction by corporate politicians and a recent report by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change giving humanity just 12 years before surpassing a critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming," wrote Sawant, "young people are correct to be outraged, and they have no choice but to take action."

    "Seattle Public Schools should stand with the global climate justice movement," Sawant added, "and excuse students so they can participate in the global climate strike on September 20th."

    Sawant noted that thousands of Seattle students are likely to participate in the strike, whether or not the school board excuses their absences.

    Grace Lambert, a 17-year-old Seattle student and the Washington State co-lead for U.S. Youth Climate Strikes, said in a statement Monday that she is taking part in the mass action "because it is my future on the line here."

    The Seattle City Council's vote comes just days after New York City's public school system announced it would excuse absences for students participating in the global climate strike.

    NYC Public Schools ✔ @NYCSchools
    .@NYCschools will excuse absences of students participating in the #ClimateStrike on Friday 9/20. Students will need parental consent. Younger students can only leave school with a parent. https://twitter.com/NYCMayor/status/1172186872560410636

    Mayor Bill de Blasio ✔ @NYCMayor
    .@NYCSchools will be sharing guidance with parents, educators and students on how students will be able to participate in next Friday’s events in the next few days. #ClimateStrike https://twitter.com/nycmayor/status/1172186264075984896
    11:54 AM - Sep 12, 2019

    In addition to the Seattle City Council's vote in support of the climate strikes, environmentalists celebrated the passage of a measure establishing a Green New Deal Oversight Committee, which would map out the implementation of the city's Green New Deal resolution and ensure input from community leaders.

    "Comprised of 11 representatives of environmental justice organizations and frontline communities, three people with professional backgrounds in climate pollution reduction strategies, two labor union representatives, and a workforce development specialist, the Green New Deal Oversight Committee will ensure that community members from communities most impacted by economic and environmental injustice are centered in the city's decision-making on Green New Deal policies," 350 Seattle said in a press release on Monday.

    Councilmember Mike O'Brien, the lead sponsor of the resolution establishing the committee, said the body "gives climate leaders a platform to deliver solutions that both solve the climate crisis, provide new economic opportunities, and do it in a way that justly transitions us from a fossil fuel-dependent economy."

    "We have ten years to radically transform our city and our economy to eliminate fossil fuel use if we want to stem the most catastrophic impacts of climate change, including asthma hurting households and the relocation of tribal communities affected by sea level rise," said O'Brien. "Seattle's Green New Deal will get us there.
    'Young People Are Correct to Be Outraged': Seattle City Council Urges Public Schools to Let Students Join Global Climate Strike https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/17/young-people-are-correct-be-outraged-seattle-city-council-urges-public-schools-let Jake Johnson, staff writer The Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously approved resolutions to establish a Green New Deal Oversight Committee and urge the city's public schools to excuse students who wish to take part in the global climate strike on Sept. 20. The latter resolution, sponsored by socialist councilmember Kshama Sawant, also affirms the right of city employees to request leave for a day of conscience to participate in the strikes, which organizers say could bring millions of people into the streets around the world. In a letter to the Seattle City School Board after the passage of her resolution, Sawant urged the body to "respect Seattle students' right to participate in the global climate strike and excuse them from classes on Friday, September 20th, to do so." "After decades of inaction by corporate politicians and a recent report by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change giving humanity just 12 years before surpassing a critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming," wrote Sawant, "young people are correct to be outraged, and they have no choice but to take action." "Seattle Public Schools should stand with the global climate justice movement," Sawant added, "and excuse students so they can participate in the global climate strike on September 20th." Sawant noted that thousands of Seattle students are likely to participate in the strike, whether or not the school board excuses their absences. Grace Lambert, a 17-year-old Seattle student and the Washington State co-lead for U.S. Youth Climate Strikes, said in a statement Monday that she is taking part in the mass action "because it is my future on the line here." The Seattle City Council's vote comes just days after New York City's public school system announced it would excuse absences for students participating in the global climate strike. NYC Public Schools ✔ @NYCSchools .@NYCschools will excuse absences of students participating in the #ClimateStrike on Friday 9/20. Students will need parental consent. Younger students can only leave school with a parent. https://twitter.com/NYCMayor/status/1172186872560410636 … Mayor Bill de Blasio ✔ @NYCMayor .@NYCSchools will be sharing guidance with parents, educators and students on how students will be able to participate in next Friday’s events in the next few days. #ClimateStrike https://twitter.com/nycmayor/status/1172186264075984896 … 11:54 AM - Sep 12, 2019 In addition to the Seattle City Council's vote in support of the climate strikes, environmentalists celebrated the passage of a measure establishing a Green New Deal Oversight Committee, which would map out the implementation of the city's Green New Deal resolution and ensure input from community leaders. "Comprised of 11 representatives of environmental justice organizations and frontline communities, three people with professional backgrounds in climate pollution reduction strategies, two labor union representatives, and a workforce development specialist, the Green New Deal Oversight Committee will ensure that community members from communities most impacted by economic and environmental injustice are centered in the city's decision-making on Green New Deal policies," 350 Seattle said in a press release on Monday. Councilmember Mike O'Brien, the lead sponsor of the resolution establishing the committee, said the body "gives climate leaders a platform to deliver solutions that both solve the climate crisis, provide new economic opportunities, and do it in a way that justly transitions us from a fossil fuel-dependent economy." "We have ten years to radically transform our city and our economy to eliminate fossil fuel use if we want to stem the most catastrophic impacts of climate change, including asthma hurting households and the relocation of tribal communities affected by sea level rise," said O'Brien. "Seattle's Green New Deal will get us there.
    'Young People Are Correct to Be Outraged': Seattle City Council Urges Public Schools to Let Students Join Global Climate Strike
    "Seattle Public Schools should stand with the global climate justice movement and excuse students so they can participate in the global climate strike."
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  • We got a special flag to celebrate Constitution Day on September 17, 2019: https://constitutionday.com/
    We got a special flag to celebrate Constitution Day on September 17, 2019: https://constitutionday.com/
    Constitution Day - September 17, 2019 | U.S. Constitution
    Constitution Day is September 17, 2019. Celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution of the United States of America is the supreme law of the United States. It is the foundation and source of the legal authority underlying the existence of the United States of America and the Federal Government of the United States. The United States Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787, by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Learn about the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Amendments to the Constitution, and our Founding Fathers. Extensive collection of constitutional books and DVDs.
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  • I CELEBRATE A GREAT SUCCESS
    MY AD GENE ROTHSCHILD HAS BEEN CONFIRMED
    GENERALLY, THE JEWS CAN NO LONGER LIE WHAT IS ACTUALLY RELATING TO THIS PLANET

    I CELEBRATE A GREAT SUCCESS MY AD GENE ROTHSCHILD HAS BEEN CONFIRMED GENERALLY, THE JEWS CAN NO LONGER LIE WHAT IS ACTUALLY RELATING TO THIS PLANET
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  • Positive Outlook September 8 The LORD has done great things for us; We are glad. Psalm 126:3

    “Some Christians,” wrote Charles Spurgeon, “are sadly prone to look on the dark side of everything, and to dwell more upon what they have gone through than upon what God has done for them.” As you go through, don’t focus on the growling enemies nor the threatening wilderness, but on the promise.

    Refuse to let past defeats and pains hobble you. Rather, celebrate what God did in bringing you through the crisis. Remember, He did “great things” for you back there. Keep that fact in the center of your vision as you go through, and you will have strength to go on. https://mailchi.mp/6ad6f2946fdf/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452957?e=9cbe669f39
    Positive Outlook September 8 The LORD has done great things for us; We are glad. Psalm 126:3 “Some Christians,” wrote Charles Spurgeon, “are sadly prone to look on the dark side of everything, and to dwell more upon what they have gone through than upon what God has done for them.” As you go through, don’t focus on the growling enemies nor the threatening wilderness, but on the promise. Refuse to let past defeats and pains hobble you. Rather, celebrate what God did in bringing you through the crisis. Remember, He did “great things” for you back there. Keep that fact in the center of your vision as you go through, and you will have strength to go on. https://mailchi.mp/6ad6f2946fdf/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452957?e=9cbe669f39
    Positive Outlook
    Refuse to let past defeats and pains hobble you.
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  • Calling for End of "War Against Nature," Greta Thunberg's Arrival in US Brings Swell of Attention to Global Climate Strike
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/08/29/calling-end-war-against-nature-greta-thunbergs-arrival-us-brings-swell-attention
    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    After two weeks of sailing, 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in New York on Wednesday with an urgent call to action.

    "The climate and ecological crisis is a global crisis, and the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced. And if we don't manage to work together to cooperate... despite our differences, then we will fail. So we need to stand together," Thunberg told a crowd of supporters who gathered to celebrate her arrival. "Let's not wait any longer. Let's do it now."

    Thunberg's lonely protest outside the Swedish parliament building last August, and her persistent activism in the months since, sparked a wave of youth-led climate demonstrations across the world and inspired the global climate strikes set to kick off in over a 150 countries next month.

    Organizers expect the strikes, scheduled to begin Sept. 20, to be the largest climate demonstration since the "Fridays for Future" movement launched—and maybe ever.

    "Sea levels are rising, and so are we!" activists chanted as the emissions-free boat that carried Thunberg across the Atlantic approached New York.

    Thunberg's journey by boat, which stemmed from her refusal to fly due to the carbon emissions spouted by planes, garnered significant coverage from America's major television networks, bringing more attention to the forthcoming week of global climate action.

    Video: [https://youtu.be/tE84D99ZsUM]

    Upon reaching shore, Thunberg said it is "insane that a 16-year-old has to cross the Atlantic Ocean to make a stand." But in doing so, the Swedish environmentalist galvanized young people who are eager to take to the streets and force political leaders to act on the existential threat posed by the climate crisis.

    "Something that's really common among young people is a lot of time we just aren't given that platform," Shiv, a college sophomore, told Earther. "Now, Greta and millions of other kids are showing that we don't need it handed to us. We can fight for the platform that we deserve and that our voices need to be heard."

    "On the 20th, we have three main demands as part of our coalition, which is no more fossil fuels, a just transition for frontline communities and for everybody in general, as well as holding fossil fuel executives accountable," said Shiv. "I think a really big contribution [Thunberg] had is really making young people realize that we do have power, that we have the ability to change the conversation."

    BBC News (World) ✔ @BBCWorld
    "Our war on nature must end," said young climate activist Greta Thunberg when she arrived in New York by boat for the UN climate summit
    https://bbc.in/2zucbNS
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    5:26 PM - Aug 28, 2019

    Not wasting time following her arrival in the United States, Thunberg said she is planning to take part in a climate strike outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York City on Friday.

    On Twitter, U.N. secretary-general António Guterres welcomed Thunberg to New York and applauded her commitment to confronting the planetary emergency.

    "The determination and perseverance shown during your journey should embolden all of us taking part in next month's Climate Action Summit," said Guterres, referring to the U.N. event in New York on Sept. 23, which will come as people across the world strike for a livable future and pressure world leaders to take action in line with the urgent recommendations of the scientific community.

    "We must deliver on the demands of people around the world," Guterres said, "and address the global climate crisis."
    Calling for End of "War Against Nature," Greta Thunberg's Arrival in US Brings Swell of Attention to Global Climate Strike https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/08/29/calling-end-war-against-nature-greta-thunbergs-arrival-us-brings-swell-attention Jake Johnson, staff writer After two weeks of sailing, 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in New York on Wednesday with an urgent call to action. "The climate and ecological crisis is a global crisis, and the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced. And if we don't manage to work together to cooperate... despite our differences, then we will fail. So we need to stand together," Thunberg told a crowd of supporters who gathered to celebrate her arrival. "Let's not wait any longer. Let's do it now." Thunberg's lonely protest outside the Swedish parliament building last August, and her persistent activism in the months since, sparked a wave of youth-led climate demonstrations across the world and inspired the global climate strikes set to kick off in over a 150 countries next month. Organizers expect the strikes, scheduled to begin Sept. 20, to be the largest climate demonstration since the "Fridays for Future" movement launched—and maybe ever. "Sea levels are rising, and so are we!" activists chanted as the emissions-free boat that carried Thunberg across the Atlantic approached New York. Thunberg's journey by boat, which stemmed from her refusal to fly due to the carbon emissions spouted by planes, garnered significant coverage from America's major television networks, bringing more attention to the forthcoming week of global climate action. Video: [https://youtu.be/tE84D99ZsUM] Upon reaching shore, Thunberg said it is "insane that a 16-year-old has to cross the Atlantic Ocean to make a stand." But in doing so, the Swedish environmentalist galvanized young people who are eager to take to the streets and force political leaders to act on the existential threat posed by the climate crisis. "Something that's really common among young people is a lot of time we just aren't given that platform," Shiv, a college sophomore, told Earther. "Now, Greta and millions of other kids are showing that we don't need it handed to us. We can fight for the platform that we deserve and that our voices need to be heard." "On the 20th, we have three main demands as part of our coalition, which is no more fossil fuels, a just transition for frontline communities and for everybody in general, as well as holding fossil fuel executives accountable," said Shiv. "I think a really big contribution [Thunberg] had is really making young people realize that we do have power, that we have the ability to change the conversation." BBC News (World) ✔ @BBCWorld "Our war on nature must end," said young climate activist Greta Thunberg when she arrived in New York by boat for the UN climate summit https://bbc.in/2zucbNS Embedded video 5:26 PM - Aug 28, 2019 Not wasting time following her arrival in the United States, Thunberg said she is planning to take part in a climate strike outside of the United Nations headquarters in New York City on Friday. On Twitter, U.N. secretary-general António Guterres welcomed Thunberg to New York and applauded her commitment to confronting the planetary emergency. "The determination and perseverance shown during your journey should embolden all of us taking part in next month's Climate Action Summit," said Guterres, referring to the U.N. event in New York on Sept. 23, which will come as people across the world strike for a livable future and pressure world leaders to take action in line with the urgent recommendations of the scientific community. "We must deliver on the demands of people around the world," Guterres said, "and address the global climate crisis."
    Calling for End of "War Against Nature," Greta Thunberg's Arrival in US Brings Swell of Attention to Global Climate Strike
    "Something that's really common among young people is we just aren't given that platform. Now, Greta and millions of other kids are showing that we don't need it handed to us. We can fight for the platform."
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  • I am always GRATEFUL and CELEBRATES the DEATH OF COMMUNISM! Good riddance, communism, rot in hell, ha ha ha.
    I am always GRATEFUL and CELEBRATES the DEATH OF COMMUNISM! *_* *_* *_* (< (< (< B| B| B| Good riddance, communism, rot in hell, ha ha ha.
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  • Why don’t people celebrate the end of communism?

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/6/29/1868388/-Why-don-t-people-celebrate-the-end-of-communism
    Why don’t people celebrate the end of communism? https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/6/29/1868388/-Why-don-t-people-celebrate-the-end-of-communism
    Why don’t people celebrate the end of communism?
    Here is a very good point I never thought of before. I was told by my colleague there that a right wing Italian newspaper recently complained: “Why do people not celebrate the fall of communism in 1989?” A very good question, though the answer...
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  • Nothing to Celebrate

    https://www.city-journal.org/html/nothing-celebrate-15660.html
    Nothing to Celebrate https://www.city-journal.org/html/nothing-celebrate-15660.html
    Nothing to Celebrate
    A century after the Bolshevik revolution, we should remember Communism’s stark legacy—including mass starvation.
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  • AmRen Podcasts

    Ep. 146 – Building the Wall

    Jared Taylor and PK celebrate the ground-breaking after the Supreme Court approved use of DoD funds to build President Trump’s wall. Taylor and PK also discu...

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    AmRen Podcasts Ep. 146 – Building the Wall Jared Taylor and PK celebrate the ground-breaking after the Supreme Court approved use of DoD funds to build President Trump’s wall. Taylor and PK also discu... https://youtu.be/r9PsUmiBEGE
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    Jared Taylor and PK celebrate the ground-breaking after the Supreme Court approved use of DoD funds to build President Trump’s wall. Taylor and PK also discu...
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