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29.03.2021

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

In March 2015, Bill Gates showed an image of the coronavirus during a TED Talk and told the audience that it was what the greatest catastrophe of our time would look like. The real threat to life, he said, is ‘not missiles, but microbes.’… »

27.03.2021

Launching of the Campaign: Water is a Global Public Good

Launching of the Campaign: Water is a Global Public Good

23 March 2021. Water continues to be a commodity, ransacked, subjected to devastating commercial and financial domination. Water is diseased everywhere, polluted, exploited to the point of exhaustion. Rivers are dying, lakes are drying up. More than a third of the world’s groundwater is unfit for human use. More than a… »

25.03.2021

Myanmar’s protesters have achieved significant victories — now is the time to double down on nonviolent resistance

Myanmar’s protesters have achieved significant victories — now is the time to double down on nonviolent resistance

The military’s brutal attack on peaceful protesters has understandably sparked calls for armed insurgency. But such a move could set the movement back. By Maria J. Stephan Since Feb. 1, when the Tatmadaw military leadership launched a coup against the democratically-elected government, the Myanmar people have led a remarkable campaign… »

24.03.2021

Who are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?

Who are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?

It may help to precede my answers with a methodological remark, starting from Heidegger`s Jedes Fragen ist ein Suchen (Every question is a seeking). (Sein und Zeit (Being and Time), on or near p. 5 in every German or English edition I know):    I seek to articulate a vision, a… »

24.03.2021

Biden’s strategic patience and Kim Jong-Un’s strategic patience are meeting

Biden’s strategic patience and Kim Jong-Un’s strategic patience are meeting

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin of the Joe Biden administration visited Japan and South Korea last week. On his way home, Blinken stopped in Alaska to meet with high-ranking Chinese officials. White House security adviser Jake Sullivan was also involved in the high-level talks… »

24.03.2021

Universality or Fighting Over Scraps

Universality or Fighting Over Scraps

Why should rich people get pandemic survival checks? Why shouldn’t descendants of enslaved people get reparations payments? Why should someone who doesn’t go to college pay taxes to make college free? Why should smokers get health coverage? Why should someone get out of their student debt when I didn’t? I… »

24.03.2021

Academia: Why African Researchers Keep Distance Away From COVID-19

Academia: Why African Researchers Keep Distance Away From COVID-19

With estimated 1.3 billion population and huge resources, Africa still lags behind development, science and technology. Without its own manufactured vaccine, Africa now depends on the World Health Organization-backed equitable vaccine distribution network COVAX facility to fight the coronavirus pandemic. By Kester Kenn Klomegah Research reports on COVID-19 released this… »

23.03.2021

Invitation: Parliament of Planetary Citizenship

Invitation: Parliament of Planetary Citizenship

The discussion about the need to create a global governance of the common Earth starting from the peoples has been going on for a long time. Initiatives in this direction already exist and are very welcome. Saturday, 03/27/2021 02:00 PM GMT / 09:00 AM Washington DC / 05:00 PM… »

23.03.2021

Chronicle of the Ordinary Giants n°1

Chronicle of the Ordinary Giants n°1

A few days ago, on March 11, we celebrated the “1 year” of our global and official entry into the pandemic (subsequently qualified as an epidemic, that’s another story). When I say “we”, it is really us, all humans, humanity. One year already, incredible.   A transitional phase We all experience this… »

23.03.2021

The pope in Iraq

The pope in Iraq

The Pope’s decision to visit Mesopotamia must be carefully considered, given the complexity of the geopolitical issues of the Near and Middle East. The Pope went to a place that is the scene of a geopolitical clash, where there are armies of foreign powers loathed by the local populations, where… »

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