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Focus on Haiti: Washington's Militarized Takeover

Haiti is no stranger to adversity and anguish - over 500 years of severe oppression, slavery, despotism, colonization, reparations, embargoes, sanctions, deep poverty, starvation, unrepayable debt, and natural calamities from destructive hurricanes to a dozen magnitude 7.0 or greater Caribbean region earthquakes in the past 500 years. The last major one was in 1946 at 8.1 in the adjacent Dominican Republic, also striking Haiti. Earlier catastrophic ones were in 1751 and 1770, both devastating Port-au-Prince, and the 1842 one destroying Cap-Haitien in the north.

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Resisting An Underlying Moral Vacuum

There are moment in life when one, seriously, wonders whether our species, overall, is mentally ill in some underlying ways. Then again, any definitive determination is likely relativistic since it largely depends on the standards that a given society and culture use to define mental illness, it would seem.

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In Memory of Martin Luther King

I also have a dream that one day  the Jewish  state, a state sweltering in the heat of injustice, sweltering in the heat of oppression; will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and fairness.

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The Lessons of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)

Established in 1989, the MA'AN Development Center is "an independent Palestinian development and training institution....work(ing) towards sustainable human development in Palestine" through its various programs. On October 31, it released a publication on the Palestinian BDS campaign titled, "Boycott, Divestment, & Sanctions: Lessons learned in effective solidarity."

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Avatar—an unpatriotic review

I saw Avatar last night with a friend and we both agreed that the story and characters were stock and pretty lame—its plot wholly predictable and blandly stereotypical.

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The Great Day

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We are all guilty!

WRITE DOWN: I, Uri Avnery, s...

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A Civilization in Collapse, the Dawn of a New Order

There can be little doubt th...

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Dangerous Escalation in the Middle East

To make sense of what is goi...

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What Palestinians can teach us about popular resistance

The people of Gaza rose up not...

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A Song is Born

A friend from overseas sent ...

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