Collective Evolution
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Indigenous wisdom is something that resonates with many people. Despite the fact that this way of life was almost completely erased all over the world by the ruling class, it lives on today, and there is a big movement to grow it and share its vital message, which necessary for the preservation of our planet. This kind of cultural genocide began during the Roman Empire, when Roman culture, institutions, and beliefs were pushed upon the citizenry, and consequences were doled out for those who didn't follow them. The aristocracy controlled the people, and went on a global mission to conquer other parts of the world. Through this conquest, many cultures, beliefs, and wisdoms were lost, all so the ruling power at the time could assimilate others into their way of life. Moving forward, we saw this type of ideology pushed by the Church, which condemned those who offered new ideas, science, and alternate views about the nature of our reality.
BBC Radio Ulster
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Geordie Gilmore who was shot in Carrickfergus in March will joining us not in the line is former Sunday World editor Jim McDowell Jim good morning good morning Declan Tim talk it through the background of this UDA feud and started a long time ago in the South East Antrim Brigade of of of the core in a council of the UDA can I call you and measured in themselves lyrics another year was it started the time the Dead gone too far The Turn of the Roman empire under the control of the Brigadier is still there and and what happened was.
The Sun Daily
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Herald Courier
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BBC News 24
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yearly increase in that index. That is well below the Beds 2% inflation target. Michelle Fleury in New York. She's ahead of a multi-million dollar Javanese bar empire. When she started, she was rare female.
BBC News 24
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us, we will be having some beauty secrets. We will look at how one woman built a bat empire and Indonesia without the help of banks in our latest report. I know I really fancy her massage, how about you? I have never been to a spa in my life
NewsMax
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has been misunderstood, according to film director Oliver Stone."The man speaks articulately about what the Russian interests are in the world. And I would say to you that they're not about empire or expansion or aggression or a return to...
The Event Chronicle
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At the time, the media even went so far as to laud Osama bin Laden — one of the most influential figures in Brzezinski’s covert operation. We all know how that story ended. Even with full knowledge of what his CIA-funded creation had become, in 1998 Brzezinski stated the following to his interviewers: “What is most important to the history of the world? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some stirred-up Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the cold war?” The interviewer at the time, refusing to allow this answer to pass, retorted: “Some stirred-up Moslems? But it has been said and repeated: Islamic fundamentalism represents a world menace today.” Brzezinski dismissed this statement outright, replying: “Nonsense!” This occurred back when the journalists asked government officials pressing questions, a rare occurrence today.
The Event Chronicle
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Wired
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The Sun Daily - Style
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"Do what you love, find your passion, and do it often. "Then, it will only be a matter of time before you become successful," he said. In 2010, with his father's support, Richard launched Cyrus, a luxury Swiss watch brand, with its first watch released into the market after a year. Seven years later, Cyrus has released dozens of watches with unique complications, including his personal favourite Klepsys Moon, that has a first-of-its-kind patented 3D moon face, and penetrated markets across the globe. Read further to know more about Richard and the Cyrus brand. Why did you choose the name Cyrus for your watch? Cyrus was the name of a king of a Persian empire, who was also known as Cyrus the Great. He was a warrior and a conqueror, but at the same time very human and social ... similar to what we are building. How do you stay relevant in an already competitive and challenging Swiss watchmaking market? I try to go on a path that not too many makers go in developing innovation, new functions and new complications.
The Free Thought Project
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Washingtons Blog
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Dont like that analogy? How about this 6 minutes from PuppetGov : But for now, another ‘Emperor’s New Clothesday, week, month, year, decadeNo victory for humanity seems possible, from one point of view, as our .01% wanna-be emperors strut naked aggression around the world, parading riches in front of the poor. This tragic-comedy has been US business as usual for hundreds of years , and goes back to the Roman Empire under Trump-like ridiculousleaderships.” Ah, but when the facts are so available, is it possible our Emperor’s New Clothes condition is always just a few moments away if, and only if, critical mass of humanity voices integrity and courage for the truth? Ready for winning time? Again, to empower those ready with what seems to be the easiest facts for ordinary Americans to recognize and take action for: The US is a literal rogue state empire led by neocolonial looting liars.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge (credit: Detail from the Süleymannâme) Suleiman the Magnificent earned his epithet, at least militarily. The Sultan of the Ottoman Empire for 46 years, he spent much of his time on campaign. Hungary and Persia felt the brunt of his martial genius, but perhaps his most famous victory was the Siege of Rhodes in 1522. It was a grudge match. The island of Rhodes was a blemish on the Ottoman Empire's record. It was held by the Order of St. John (also known as the Knights Hospitaller), and it withstood the Ottoman troops' siege in 1480. The Order of St. John had first been established to care for sick pilgrims in the Holy Land, but had been beaten back and militarized as Christians lost control over the region. At Rhodes they stood firm, but both sides knew that more conflict was inevitable. As soon as the enemy boats had disappeared over the horizon in 1480, the Order began raising and thickening the walls around their stronghold.
Variety
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ROME Netflix has ordered its first Turkish-language original series, in a move likely to help it gain traction in one of the world’s most vibrant TV markets. Following its mid-2016 Turkish launch, the streaming service has ordered up ten episodes of an as-yet-untitled historical drama inspired by the history, and legends, of the Ottoman empire,... Read more »
Al Jazeera
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BBC News 24
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When Mija's best friend, the pig Okja, is snatched away to New York to become a corporate empire's latest product, she undertakes a rescue mission. You should know the situation is not good
Open Culture
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In the late 70s, along with The Damned, Joy Division, and Siouxsie and the Banshees, they carved out the space of British post-punk and new wave before there was any such thing as “goth.” As you can see from their first TV appearance, at the top, the spare, spiky hooks and atmospherics that form the basis of their sound predated the distinctive look, one so easily packaged and parodied later on—and turned to excellent cinematic account by Johnny Depp in Edward Scissorhands and Sean Penn in This Must Be the Place . The televised performance took place at Theatre de l’Empire in Paris on December 3rd of 1979, by which time the band had been already been together for several years, though they were still very young (Smith only 20), and had only just released their first studio album, Three Imaginary Boys . In the full performance, above, see them play the title track and their controversial, Camus-inspired, first singleKilling an Arab.
Informed Comment
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) He and his endless controversial statements, flubs, tweets, lies, insults, boasts, tales from outer space, and over-the-moon adjectives are covered daily the way, once upon a time, only Pearl Harbor or the Kennedy assassination was. Think of him as the end of the world as we, or maybe anyone, including Vladimir Putin, knew it. To me, that means one thing, even though most of you wont agree: I think we owe Donald Trump a small bow of thanks and a genuine debt of gratitude. Hes teaching us something invaluable, something we probably wouldnt have grasped without him. Hes teaching us just how deeply disturbed our American world actually is, or he wouldnt be where he is. A Quagmire Country Think of him as a messenger from the gods, the deities of empire gone astray. They sent us a man without a center, undoubtedly because 17 years into the twenty-first century our country lacks a center, and a man without a fixed opinion or a single conviction, except about himself and his family , because this country is now a swirling mess of contradictory beliefs and groups at each others throats.
Herald Courier
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The Iran Project
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Moreover, al-Arabiya broadcasted an audiotape in which the father of Qatar’s Emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa, is allegedly heard in a phone conversation with late Libyan leader Muammar al-Qadhafi attacking Saudi Arabia and predicting the collapse of the Al Saud regime. It also reported old statements by former Yemeni president AliAbdullah Saleh revealing that Qatar’s former Emir had asked him for help in waging sabotage campaigns deep inside Saudi Arabia. Qatar’s giant media empire, of which Al-Jazeera television is the spearhead, was taken by surprise. It did not respond by issuing clarifications or retaliate in kind. Instead, it continued with its usual programs. This lent some credibility to the anti-Qatar campaign for some time. Then came the first clarification from a Qatari official after a number of hours, in the form of a very short statement claiming that the Qatari News Agency’s website had been hacked by unknown parties, and that the statements attributed to Prince Tamim were false.
The Sun Daily - Style
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THIS summer, Italy's fine jeweller and luxury goods retailer is adding a new scent to its flourishing perfume empire. Goldea Roman Night is an olfactory ode to the mysterious evenings in the Eternal City. The sensual chypre-floral musk, set with mulberry and black peony top notes, which reveal a patchouli heart, studded with jasmine and tuberosehits beauty counters worldwide at the end of August. Perfume lovers in France and Mexico, and some other (yet to be confirmed) countries will have to wait until September before they can get their hands on Bulgari's jewel of black musk. "I was captivated by the idea of a mysterious goddess of the night, in the eternal city of Rome ... charismatic, fascinating and seductive, she unleashes her irresistible aura through a golden elixir of white flowers, as they exude her powerful scent at nightfall," explained Master perfumer Alberto Morillas.
Voice Of America
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China's planned modern version of its ancient "silk road" may bring more than one trillion dollars of infrastructure investment along trading routes that wind through emerging markets in dozens of countries throughout Asia, Africa and Europe. "One Belt, One Road" (OBOR) trade routes, which stretch from China to London and to Africa, are intended to boost the economies of China and the many nations along the routes by making trading easier and cheaper. But so far, these road, rail, pipeline, port, power grid, telecom, and other projects offer major opportunities for Chinese companies and not so many for outside firms. The Chinese will take “most of the highest-profile projects," said Researcher Derek Scissors of the American Enterprise Institute. The author of China's Asian Dream: Empire Building Along The New Silk Road, Tom Miller, said Chinese banks are financing much of the work with the goal of exporting Chinese technology and creating new demand for Chinese products.
Herald Courier
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