It’s Woman Revolutionary Wednesday!

It’s Woman Revolutionary Wednesday! This week’s woman revolutionary was one of the most dangerous types of subversive out there–the poet. Qui Jin was born into a traditional Chinese family and eventually married off to a man her father chose for her. Unhappy in her marriage, however, she did the unthinkable–she left and went off to make her way in the world. That included a pursuit of education, speaking out against the patriarchy, publishing the first feminist journal in China’s history, and helping to train and organize revolutionaries to take on the entire Qing dynasty. You know–just another day in the life of the Woman Revolutionary.
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admin / November 21, 2017 / Uncategorized / 1 Comment

Pu Luong Ecolodge

Usually, I don’t broadcast images that provoke " mandatory " collective indignation ", long déferlements that give way to long silences… this is " the itinerary of 

Pu Luong Ecolodge with Vietnam Decouverte " who once survived this, Is going to have to survive the Mediterranean to finally see the walls of indifference, rejection of hostility to us… the world is globalized? Okay, so it’s " coming near you By the way, thank you to sarkozy and bhl the gentlemen-soldiers for the current chaos lybien…

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Can’t make the meeting in Miami tomorrow?

Can’t make the meeting in Miami tomorrow? Meet us in Ft Lauderdale (Plantation) on Thursday, October 26th at 7pm for Mastermind on Real Estate Investing event.
If you are new to the business, I will give you the building blocks to real estate investing, and we can fill in the blanks together:
• What are your income goals? Long term (1+ year) – Short Term (end of 2017) • What strategies and niches are going to be your building blocks?
• We will create an A to Z System together with a Step by Step approach ("Take Away" workbook will be provided at the meeting)
• How and Where to Get Free Leads for Buyers and Sellers and Free Highly Effective Marketing Strategies – It truly does not take money to start making money in real estate!
… and much more.
Reserve your spot here!

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Hanoi beauty spots

 
One Pillar Pagoda is located in the heart of Hanoi capital. Near Ho Chi Minh Museum, One Pillar Pagoda along with "Khue Van" is one of the long-standing cultural relics, a symbol of Hanoi capital thousand years of civilization. 
 
One Pillar Pagoda or Temple is also known as Dien Huu Tu or Lien Hoa Dai own unique architectural structure with a square structure located on a stone pillar. It is a special architectural point for the temple to become one of the Hanoi beauty spots. The pavilion floating on the lake surface is thanks to a system of wooden joists forming a solid supporting structure, which looks like a lotus flower growing up from the lake.
 
Although the scale of the temple is not large, it carries a unique beauty. Built on only one pillar, the pagoda can stand the test of time. Visitors to the tour of Hanoi to the temple will certainly be amazed by its unique architecture.  One Pillar Pagoda is associated with the history of the capital Hanoi, and has long been a symbol of Thang Long thousand years of literature. The relic of One Pillar Pagoda is part of the Ho Chi Minh City mausoleum collection, which attracts many visitors to and from the city. This is also a favorable condition for more people to visit the pagoda. This.

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Pu Luong Vietnam

The never ending debate of travelers vs tourists at Pu Luong Vietnam with Vietnam Decouverte. Quit job to travel vs corporate job has made me realise that instead of judging and rushing to conclude things, it is better that we focus on what makes ‘US’ happy. Everything is a learning at the end of the day
Learn to unlearn- learn new things. Feels much better #MondayThoughts

admin / November 18, 2017 / Uncategorized / 4 Comments

My article in Injustice Today based on over 11,000 Portland neighborhood DA charges from 2014-17 show widely disproportionate policing of Black and…

My article in Injustice Today based on over 11,000 Portland neighborhood DA charges from 2014-17 show widely disproportionate policing of Black and Native Americans in the city. Black Portlanders face charges at 6-9 X the rate of White Portlanders, and mostly for low-level offenses. Black drivers were stopped by specialty units in Portland at 12X the rate of Whites in the second quarter of 2017. This data confirms what the MacArthur Foundation, the Portland Tribune, Street Roots and the Portland Police Bureau’s own reports have found. Why do our city leaders not see this as a crisis and have a plan for reforming the way we police the city?

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So, been meaning to post this for a while

So, been meaning to post this for a while. In Budapest’s hip District VII. Nearby you can go to a bar in a ruined warehouse, a Budapest specialty. So, if you’re young, think you’re young, or once were young, you might find something for yourself here. Like this bookstore cafe that looks like it should have been a location for when Hannah Horvath went to Europe, the unproduced Girls episode. Yes, that’s a piano in the corner. Yes, there’s a lot of Zizek here. Yes, every man is bearded, every woman tastefully in Tweed.

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“Could you name an African-American organization that has committed violence against police officers?” Representative Karen Bass asked Attorney…

“Could you name an African-American organization that has committed violence against police officers?” Representative Karen Bass asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions at Tuesday’s hearing. “Can you name one today that has targeted police officers in a violent manner?” It’s no surprise that he could not. Mr. Sessions, who confessed that he had not read the report, said he would need to “confirm” and would reply in writing at a later time. The F.B.I. itself admits in the report, that, even by its own definition, “B.I.E. violence has been rare over the past 20 years.”

The F.B.I.’s branding of individuals and groups troubled by racial injustice and police misconduct as dangerous “Black Identity Extremists” echoes and validates the way racist fringe groups on the right, like neo-Nazis or the K.K.K., see these activists. By encouraging the public to view groups like Black Lives Matter (which has offered a robust critique of systemic police violence against African-Americans and has organized peaceful direct actions but has no links to terrorism or violence) as a threat, the designation indirectly emboldens private violence against black activists. To make matters worse, the F.B.I. memo comes at a time of mounting white supremacy and white nationalism, and as the Trump administration has announced plans to cut Countering Violent Extremism funds to fight against white supremacists and neo-Nazis despite their having actual historical links to violence.

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Putting my material together for tomorrow and find myself buried in the torture and ill treatment of Palestinian detainees during the first intifada

Putting my material together for tomorrow and find myself buried in the torture and ill treatment of Palestinian detainees during the first intifada. Haven’t been dragged down in those reports for … a few years now. Haven’t allowed myself to be. But the thing I decided to talk about tomorrow night is what impacted me the most when on the IFPB 57 delegation in 2016 – and that was Al Fara’a Detention Center near Nablus.
There I was in my 50’s, in a torture center of the IDF pre-Oslo, that I had read about in my 20’s – when I started my stint with Amnesty International and Israel/OT (at the time). It was reports-on-paper come alive. It was surreal and heart-breaking – to see where the torture took place that I had worked to end years before.
So – that’s what I’m going to talk about tomorrow night at the University of South Carolina. How things change, how things stay the same … and how things get worse. But also, how WE can take tangible action to make a change – and how these actions scare the crap out of the government of Israel.
See you there.

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