“… not merely peace for Americans…” Banning Nuclear Weapons and Retrieving the Legacy of President Kennedy’s Last Year

The murder of President Kennedy terminated the process of peace building with the so-called enemy because we, ordinary citizens, were not sufficiently aware and not sufficiently organized to demand that the pursuit of peace building and partnership…

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Taxation With Representation

It is time we represent ourselves, and decide how to spend “our money”. Direct allocation of taxes will be a major first step in creating a real democracy here, because one function will be to fund the other necessary aspects of returning the making…

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BREAKDOWN = Strange Fruit of Capitalism’s Invisible Army: A Heritage of Stone ++ BREAKTHRU = Shifting from Domination to Partnership via eXtinction Rebellion

We must rebel against willful U.S. criminal inaction on our ecological crisis threatening All Life on Earth. To change course away from mass extinction we can accelerate the shift from domination to partnership cultural evolution.

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John Judge 1991 to 2014 Video Archive Listing

Privilege is the first and most basic violence asserted in a society. It kills the human spirit. It creates the rage that leads to all the other violence, historically. So if you end that privilege, if you restore justice, then you restore hope.…

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Toward a Paradigm Change for Mother Earth – Understanding the Empire Domination Model of Christianity: A Way of Liberation

Working on climate change without working on Paradigm Change would be a grave mistake. We need a mental and behavioral shift away from the prevailing paradigm of domination, dehumanization, and greed, the symptoms of which are everywhere on planet…

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Losing Earth? Realign with Original Free Peoples’ Great Law and Find Her Again

An analysis of the steadfast denial of the actual foundations and development of U.S. society and culture is explored here with regard to the catastrophic, accelerating changes to Earth’s climate reaching critical mass in recent decades.

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Oren Lyons: On The Indigenous View of the World

“We always said that we have been told and understand that we’re relatives. Where our white brother will talk about water and trees and animals and fish as resources we talk about them as relatives. That’s a whole different perspective. If you think…

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US Settler Colonialism and Its Inseparable Offspring, Attempted Genocide

The United States is a thoroughly militarized culture, all the more dangerous because we don’t know it.

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Real Democracy in the Belly of the Beast

In order to have real democracy, economic justice, peace and a unified society, we have to both envision our own liberation in our time and take back our history, power and moral integrity

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Michael Hudson on Junk Economics and Debt Cancellation

How a society defines economic terms and relationships will determine who controls it.

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June 10, 2017: 54 Years Ago Today A President Called for the End of the Cold War

The key to peace-making is recognizing the humanity of the enemy.

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John Judge, Leading Change: A Transformational, Quiet Servant Leader

I found these assassinations to be Rosetta stones whose close inspection and study revealed the whole and made history comprehensible instead of confusing and disempowering.

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Shafts Of Light Cutting Into the Darkness: The Montreal Declaration & UN Resolution L.41

World Mobilization: eliminate nuclear weapons, phase out nuclear reactors ending mass-production of high-level nuclear wastes, and halt all uranium mining worldwide.

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53 Years Ago – Review of JFK and the Unspeakable using The Karma of Untruthfulness

Kennedy’s turn towards peace and disarmament, after the near holocaust of the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 16 to 28 1962, led to his assassination.

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Jeannette Armstrong – Indigenous Economics: A Syilx Perspective

We are now in deep, deep, deep debt. It has been but a few thousand years, this idea of civilization.

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