Tag Archives: Iraq
Who Owns The Earth? Who Will Defend The Earth?
–by Noam Chomsky (Jul 19, 2013) With wrenching tragedies only a few miles away, and still worse catastrophes perhaps not far removed, it may seem wrong, perhaps even cruel, to shift attention to what may seem to be more abstract prospects, … Continue reading
Posted in ahimsa, anarchism, anarchy, Awakin Oakland, education, fearlessness, meditation, natural philosophy, soulforce, WednesdaysOnFridays Tagged Afghanistan, America University of Beirut, AUB, Australia, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Canada, commencement speech, Durand line, First Nations, France, Galilee, General Ulysses S. Grant, Germany, Gezi, Gezi Park, Iraq, Israel, Istanbul, Kurds, Lebanon, Mexico, Middle East, militarized border, NAFTA, Noam Chomsky, Nuremberg, Operation Gate Keeper, Palestine, Pashtuns, Patrick Cockburn, Ronald Reagan, Rumi, Shia, Sunni, Syria, Takism Square, Turkey, UK, United States, USA 1 Comment
FREE BART! Oscar Grant & the Potential of Freedom
“We as a family denounce violence in the street & destruction of property.” –Cephus Johnson (Oscar Grant’s uncle waiting for the final verdict of the now ex-police officer Johannes Mehserle who killed the 22 year old African American at the … Continue reading
Posted in ahimsa, anarchy, fearlessness, nonviolence, Peace Army, satyagraha, Shanti Sena, soulforce Tagged Afghanistan, Arizona, BART, Bay Area, black lives matter, BlackLivesMatter, Cephus Johnson, Chiapas, civil disobedience, Earth Community, Fruitvale, Gandhi, involuntary manslaughter, Iraq, Johannes Mehserle, Los Angeles, Marysol Domenici, mirror neurons, Oakland, Oscar Grant, Oscar Grant's daughter, Palestine, police shooting, Restorative Justice, satyagraha, shooting, Tatiana Grant, Tony Peroni, war veteran, wikileaks 10 Comments