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It saddens me that we live in a society based off of individualistic minded elites who's only worry about keeping and sustaining their wealth through funding wars instead of trying to bring the world together by donating barely a quarter of the money it takes to fund a war to end world poverty


Idolatry infested world - Man-made gods: "Did God have a mother?" - Michio Kaku. MAN MADE IDOLATRIES: “An Honest God is the Noblest Work of Man. Each nation has created a god, and the god has always resembled his creators. Robert Green Ingersoll.” Isn't it easier to envision that a heavenly hen laid a heavenly egg and the gods were born than to imagine that the gods (or a God) created themselves? Click image for results of my poll!

Crime is created in a cauldron of poverty, fed by hunger. We can end world hunger, or we can create bombs. Vote the war mogering republicans OUT!


Tanzania: UDP Aspirant to Improve Women Welfare

70% of the world's poor are women. UNDP #women #minimumwage

from The Independent

Boris Johnson refers to Africa as 'that country'

Boris Johnson referred to Africa as "that country" in a speech to the Conservative Party conference reflecting on his first three months as Foreign Secretary. Mr Johnson made the blunder as he painted the world as a "less safe, more dangerous and more worrying" place than it was 10 years ago. He nonetheless received a warm reception for his speech from party members as he praised the UK's role in foreign affairs, saying British values "continue to lift the world out of poverty".

from The Independent

'You're not welcome': teachers vote to ban Ofsted

You're not welcome:teachers vote to ban OFSTED The Independent 9 April 2012


$15 minimum wage keeps the tax payers from paying McDonalds employees. It boosts the local economy while reducing the need for offshore tax shelters.

from The Huffington Post

Why the 'Homeless Spikes' Deserve the Turner Prize

"On one level, as so much twitter outrage has pointed out, these spikes symbolise the transformation of the homeless into a form of vermin. But their artistic resonance goes further than that. These spikes beautifully encapsulate the essential concerns of a society that has abandoned any pretence of social justice, fairness and equality, even to the point of refusing to ensure what ought to be the essential component of any civilised society - a home for all its citizens."


Tony Abbott's defence of the Carmichael coalmine is passionate but baseless Prime minister, ‘sabotage’ is something undertaken by enemy agents, not citizens testing the laws of the land