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Facebook to encourage organ donation

Matt Warman Telegraph Facebook has launched a new feature to encourage users to sign up to donate their organs via the social network. In a partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant, a ‘Health and Wellbeing’ button will allow users to … Continue reading

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Friedrich Engels from The Origin of Family, Private Property and State (1884)

Panarchy.org Above we discussed separately each of the three main forms in which the state was built up on the ruins of the gentile constitution. Athens represented the purest, most classical form. Here the state sprang directly and mainly out … Continue reading

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Doctors Of Death

SBS In the 1930s, Japan’s notorious Unit 731 carried out brutal experiments on the population of recently-invaded Manchuria. Whole villages and towns were deliberately infected with plague, and sufferers were dissected alive. Prisoners of war were shot and operated on … Continue reading

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Language Imperialism – Dr. Thorsten Pattberg on GRTV

James Corbett Global Research As China, Russia, and the other so-called BRICS nations rise in economic and geopolitical power, interest in these countries’ language and culture is increasing in the West. Dr. Thorsten Pattberg of Peking University examines the ways … Continue reading

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TEDxSF – Louie Schwartzberg – Gratitude

Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials.

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Real Wealth vs. The Debt Bubble – Catherine Austin Fitts on GRTV

James Corbett Global Research TV As a former investment banker and Assistant Secretary of Housing, Catherine Austin Fitts spent years learning how the system really works. Now, she spends her time teaching people about that system and how they can … Continue reading

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Streets Of Plenty – Vancouver Homeless Doc

An unprecedented look into the underworld of Vancouver’s downtown eastside ghetto, this 65 minute documentary follows one man’s 30 day experiment of joining the thousands of homeless, ill, and addicted, who survive the streets of Vancouver’s cold, wet December. He … Continue reading

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D.M. Bennett: The Truth Seeker

Source: Roderick Bradford One-hour documentary – awarded the Grand Prize for Best Feature Length Film at the 2011 Portland Humanist Film Festival – chronicles the life of publisher D.M. Bennett (1818-1882). D.M. Bennett was nineteenth-century America’s most controversial and unjustly … Continue reading

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Human Brains Wire Up Slowly but Surely

Source: Science Mag As the father-to-son exchange in the old Cat Stevens song advised, “take your time, think a lot, … think of everything you’ve got.” Turns out the mellow ’70s folkie had stumbled upon what may explain a key … Continue reading

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