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Exclusive: Activists Who Can’t Love by Rocket Kirchner

by Rocket Kirchner
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November 14, 2012

Face of the Anti-War Movement 16

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Have you ever noticed the paradox of an activist whose heart palpitates for the starving children of Africa to whom they have never met, all the while grinding his or her heel into the faces of the people that are around them to whom they know? They shout louder than all the other activists. They carry more signs, write more letters to newspapers, shoot out more e-mails, and make more phone calls to their elected representatives, and call into more talk radio shows every chance they get. But they do not know how to love their neighbor as themselves and it really shows. They lack the milk of human kindness. In a word, this kind of activist is spiritually dead.

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Kucinich: National Security State Spying on Americans + General Petraeus Must Testify Before Congress

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Nov 14, 2012 by

The National Security Agency routinely collects 1.7 BILLION emails, phone calls and communications every single day. Any kind of digital communication can be recorded and stored. Where you were when you wrote an email, where the recipient was when it was read, the text of the message can all be stored in enormous facilities like the $2 billion dollar Utah Data Center which contains four 25,000 foot facilities containing rows of data servers. They have to pump 1.7 million gallons of fluid through the facility every day just to keep it from overheating.

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Hamas military chief killed in Israeli attack + Israel calls up reservists, gets ready for Gaza invasion

Hunted with her family by an airstrike on their house

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Nov 14, 2012 by

An urgent update at 6.13pm Palestine time (4.13pm GMT)

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Noam Chomsky on Gaza and Israel + How We Can Solve The Palestinian Israeli Problem

Gaza-bombs

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Nov 12, 2012 by

Sami Moukaddem interviews Noam Chomsky for the film How We Can Solve The Palestinian Israeli Problem.

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Benghazi Attack and The NATO Cover-up by Finian Cunningham and Mark Robertson (repost)

U.S. Out of Libya

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In case you missed this or would like to re-read it as Libya is in the “news” again.

by Finian Cunningham and Mark Robertson
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Crossposted from www.presstv.com
September 21, 2012

The NATO powers and the bureaucrats they installed in Libya want you to think that all 5.6 million Libyans are happy that NATO and its proxy terrorists destroyed Libya, whose standard of living had been Africa’s highest under Gaddafi.

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