Video: Leeto Thale vibes at Albany Theatre, London

15 March 2014 — YouTube

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Top Spoken word artist and vibeologist Leeto Thale blesses an audience at the famous Albany Theatre, London as part of the ‘Conversations’ expose devised by the poet/actor/songstress Zena Edwards and renowned saxophonist Soweto Kinch. Filmed by Kungadred and Beyonder, editor – kungadred. Continue reading

New at Strategic Culture Foundation 9-15 March 2014: Ukraine-Crimea / Georgia-NATO / Syria-Ukraine

15 March 2014 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Crimea: Right for Self-Determination or Memory Losses Striking Germans

15.03.2014 | 00:00 | Natalia MEDEN

Germans appear to suffer from lapses of memory. The politicians have forgotten the way their country was united. They were adamant and ready to go to any length to achieve this goal making cede the resistant France and Great Britain… Any predicaments on the way were overcome those days under the slogan Wir sind das Volk – We are one People! Russia supported the aspiration to unity. Now why Berlin refuses the right of Russians living in Crimea to join the Russians living across the Kerch Strait? The German Chancellor joins the choir of other Western leaders saying that what is happening in Crimea is annexation. Why? Continue reading

VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel: News and Articles 14 March 2014: Anger as Cameron superglues UK to Israel

14 March 2014 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Gaza Truce Firms Up After 2-day Flare-up
IMEMC – Hamas ignored by Egypt on ceasefire (AFP/Ma’an) A truce declared by Gaza militants appears to be largely holding, on Friday, with the Israeli military reporting a single rocket fired after two days of tit-for-tat violence. …
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Fauxccupy: The Selling and Buying of the Venezuelan Opposition By Roberto Lovato

15 March 2014 — Latino Rebels

Reports and imagery coming out of Venezuela in the past weeks would lead the casual observer to conclude that the country’s youthful opposition are “peaceful protesters” following a long line of global youth activism seen during the Arab Spring, the Occupy movement or in other parts of Latin America. Such a conclusion would be false, as the news from Venezuela’s protests contains journalistic practices that are very questionable and on an unprecedented scale.

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