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The United States in one succinct sentence:

“We are waiting for our Tunisian fruit seller.”   Below are a few quotes from this long article “The open source revolution is coming and it will conquer the 1% – ex CIA spy” with Robert David Steele, former Marine,

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Posted in Democracy, Global politics, nonviolent conflict, Perpetual war

People do not Understand how Dangerous the Situation Really Is”

Don’t let the election games distract you too far…the more important issues are not being discussed. Good article on provoking Russia here.    

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Posted in Global politics, Perpetual war, Russia, U. S. Empire

This is NOT nonviolent conflict:

Do you remember Saturday, 15 February 2003? Humanity came together across more than 600 cities in the largest protest the world has ever known to stop the war on Iraq. But that, my friends, was NOT nonviolent conflict. We applied

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Posted in Democracy, Global politics, nonviolent conflict, People Power, Civil Resistance, and Social Transformation, Robert A. Kezer

Nonviolent conflict.

It’s the most dangerous threat to the powers dictating life on the planet today, and they know it. But it’s probably not what you think, and that works for them. Nonviolent conflict has nothing to do with “peace,” or negotiation,

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Posted in Democracy, nonviolent conflict, People Power, Civil Resistance, and Social Transformation, Robert A. Kezer

Do you feel helpless in a world of perpetual war?

Don’t! Instead, resist. Come together and help us claim humanity’s right to power. Those pitting us against one another can only do so with our cooperation. Take it back! Learn the myths power uses to keep us divided, and how

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Posted in Democracy, Freedom of speech, Perpetual war

Making Force Synonymous with Violence

One of the mistakes people make about nonviolent conflict is confusing it with passive resistance. Where the latter is an approach to life that shuns the use of force in any form, the former attempts to win a conflict by

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Posted in Democracy, Freedom of speech, Social justice, U. S. Empire

It’s not ALL about an informed public

What happens when most people prefer the lie? Or the system has been structured so they have no time or energy left to question what they’ve been told after meeting their family’s survival needs? Or the academy tasked with providing

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Posted in Corporate media, Democracy, Freedom of speech, U. S. Empire
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