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American Herald Tribune | Danny Haiphong : The world is made up of interconnected opposites. These opposites are in constant motion and provide the basis for change in all levels of society, whether in the physical, chemical, or biological form. The social world is no different in this regard. Opposing forces, intimately connected to organize the human condition, are most evident in the development of class societies. And in this period of political turmoil and economic crisis, the motor forces of society have reached a breaking point. This is acutely seen in the relationship between the Western imperialist orbit and the rest of the planet. For over four centuries, Western states have colonized, looted, and then re-colonized entire nations in order to cushion the profits of the emerging capitalist class. Now in the last stages of the imperialist monopoly phase, the Western world has left the majority of people with virtually nothing.
The Iran Project
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American Herald Tribune | Anastasia Fatima Ezhova : We've already enlightened such an item that laws should be enacted. Now we need to prove why Islamic government is really necessary to put these laws into practice. Imam Khomeini underlines that enacting laws is a primary task of a government and political authorities. Moreover, he insists that enacting laws is possible only by the means of governmental institutions that possess political subjectness: “A collection of laws is not sufficient to reform the society. In order to make the law an element of reforming man and making him happy, it needs an executive power and an executor. Thus, Allah, the Exalted, besides sending a collection of laws, i.e, the religious precepts, enjoined the establishment of a government and an organ for execution and management. The noble Messenger (s.a.) was at the head of the executive-administrative organization of the Muslims.
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Sunday on MSNBCs Am Joy, while discussing the new lead Africa-American character on latest Star Trek series Discovery, actor George Takei of Star Trek fame called President Donald Trump a troll, and added that he though Trump was as foolish and as uninformed and as ignorant as these trolls. George Takei said, Today in this society, we have alien life forms that we call trolls and these trolls carry on without knowing what theyre talking about and knowing even less about the history of what theyre talking about and some of these trolls go on to be presidents of nations. The president was totally ignorant of the history of internment here, he continued I invited Donald Trump to come see Allegiance that we did on that subject.
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WhoWhatWhy
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In fact, with respect to some things, the opposite may be true. To understand America in the 21st Century it might, in fact, be best to look at it from afar to have a cultural understanding that is anything but American. To see America in the context of its place in the world changes our perspective in ways that make America not exceptional but an exception to many of what's become the accepted norms of Western society. How did that happen? How did a nation that sees itself as exceptional become so out of step with the rest of the West? According to my guest, Stanford Law professor Mugambi Jouet, it is the very idea of exceptionalism that has made us the exception. Mugambi Jouet is the Thomas C. Grey fellow at Stanford Law School. He's an author specializing in American Law, politics and culture. It is my pleasure to welcome Mugambi Jouet to the program.
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Churchill in 1946 but obviously that was a reflection on what is going on in the Second World War cost the first world war and it's been a week we think about the friendly invasion of the second world war because there was so many here but term unit 75 years since since the second war arrival of Americans but I only have the weeks ago it was the centenary of them arriving here in the First World War II so you know that there has been a good relations with the American Forces unit 400 years now but I think the second world war will always be the one that's really sticks in people's mind it that day will it be live in much larger numbers in our Communities and 60000 British women married Americans and love me back to America after the World live there so it had over much more far-reaching effects of on British society that than than any other time probably before or since you mentioned that the GI Brides obviously.
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Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election” ( American Constitution Society ). “Russian hacking in US Election” ( Business Standard ).” “Obama Strikes Back at Russia for Election Hacking” we’re told by the New York Times , but what is “election hacking”? Its definition seems to vary widely. And what evidence is there of Russia having done it? TheRussian interference in the 2016 United States elections” even exists as a factual event in Wikipedia , not as an allegation or a theory. But the factual nature of it is not so much asserted as brushed aside. Former CIA director John Brennan, in the same Congressional testimony in which he took the principled stand “I dont do evidence,” testified that “the fact that the Russians tried to influence resources and authority and power, and the fact that the Russians tried to influence that election so that the will of the American people was not going to be realized by that election, I find outrageous and something that we need to, with every last ounce of devotion to this country, resist and try to act to prevent further instances of that.
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Mashable
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The tool section of the emoji keyboard boasts an array of knives, a syringe, a water gun, a beeper, a battery, and a bomb. But when it comes to objects you might find in a laboratory, the options are slim to none. Scientists are hoping to change that by proposing a slate of science-specific emoji. If approved, items such as lab goggles, a petri dish, a test tube, and a DNA double helix could join the ranks of things you text your friends. SEE ALSO: Your hairstyle may be getting its very own emoji soon Industrial giant GE and the American Chemical Society last month proposed 10 emoji to the Unicode Consortium, the organization that oversees the official list of these icons. Nine emoji were deemed candidates for the next selection process, meaning all or some of these could hit keyboards in summer 2018. Read more... More about Science , Stem , Trump , Emojis , and President Trump
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His insider knowledge of the system helped him commit his shocking fraud which parasitically shifted massive amounts of money from one place to the other as he eventually ran out of cash to continue to “generateunrealistic returns for his clients. While massively enriching himself and his unsuspecting family, Madoff was bilking his clients out of their life savings, eventually leaving many of them penniless. Central to the story is the 2008 Wall Street collapse which was the beginning of the end of his demonic Ponzi scheme. We will recall the process which began with the vile Ronald Reagan and ended with George W. Bush that sought to empower a feckless financial services industry at the expense of the internal coherence and stability of our economic system. Prior to this collapse the movie shows us the Madoff world in full debauchery: expensive houses, vacations, lavish social gatherings, the very best shopping sprees, and the fast lane of American elite society.
The Week
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"It would mean that the alliance would have a seat at the table in discussions about the campaign and would help to co-ordinate the assistance Nato is giving," adds The Times. May was due to say: "A strong, capable and united Nato is at the heart of the security of each and every one of our nations. "Our unity in responding to common threats is our most potent weapon. "We must redouble our resolve to meet the threats to our shared society, whether from terrorism or from Russia." May was also expected to express her gratitude for the support of Nato allies following the "callous and cowardly" attack in Manchester on Monday. There will be another issue on May's agenda – that of the consistent leaking of British intelligence to the US media by American intelligence services. In a speech before she left for Brussels, May said: "I will tell Donald Trump that intelligence shared between our two nations must remain secure.
Bleacher Report
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And every time someone notable flips a bottle, Senatore hears about it from his friends. "The first day that I went viral, it was like I saved the world or something. People I hadn't talked to in years are texting me," Senatore says. "A manager I had for two weeks at one of my jobs texted me. It was super surreal [to see] who comes out of nowhere because they think it's so freaking funny that this happened." Along with the fame, Senatore is proud the video led Deer Park, the bottled water brand he flipped, to donate $10,000 to the American Cancer Society, especially since he lost his father to cancer some years prior. Senatore says the donation day was the happiest day of his life, and soon he saw people around the world raising money through bottle flipping. "That something so stupid that I did in my talent show could have such a great cause to it, in my eyes, that's the coolest thing I've ever seen," he says.
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On the cobbled streets of Stockholm's Gamla stan old town, a grafterMancunian parlance for street sellercalled Dirty Neck sold half-and-half United and Ajax scarves for 100 kroner. Fans of both clubs bought them, plus American tourists curious as to why there were thousands of people in red and white. Dirty Neck is from Gorton, a working-class area two miles east of central Manchester, which he describes as a City area. "Paul Clarke was at the arena," he said. "Broke his legs. Got some shrapnel in his neck and broke an arm too. Better than we first feared. He would have been here today." Fans spoke about the attack, but what was there to say that they were comfortable with in the Stockholm sun? They'd come to indulge their passion and watch their team, to have a good time. Though it's hardly a panacea for society's ills, football has long been a release from the drudgery and depression of everyday life.
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The Aurora Humanitarian Index 2017 also found one quarter of people think immigrants take jobs away from Britons and one third think they take more from society than they contribute. Support for aid is also in decline. US warship sails past disputed reef For the first time since Donald Trump became US President, an American warship has sailed close by an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea. Mischief Reef is claimed by China but other nearby nations dispute its right to the territory. The US occasionally sails past in order to assert its right to sail international waters. Manchester United win Europa league Manchester United beat Ajax 2-0 in Stockholm last night to win the Europa League. French midfielder Paul Pogba, who scored the first of the goals, said: "We played for the people who died [in the terror attack]." Manager Jose Mourinho said he would "obviously" give up the trophy to restore the lives of the 22 victims.