Tag: human rights
Due to one’s ignorance on many topics of law, one finds it helpful to research the topic of interest.
As one unrestrained by Party captivity, one will vote as happily for Cornel West in the Independent Party ballot position as on a Green Party ballot position, if one so chooses. The vote will be for he best choice for President, which at this point includes all or any of Marianne Williamson, RFK, Jr., or Cornel West.
Sore thumbs of hierarchical patriarchy that seem to stick out energized by lack of awareness of personal ego are the perfect deflection byway of negative attention generated by said unawareness, for hierarchical patriarchy that undermines human rights and natural rights for profit.
One is encouraged that a member of MSNBC or any MSM has found the integrity to make the connection between colonization, ostensible human rights violations, exploitation, and Climate Change in the poster child of the same in the Hawaiian devastation we are watching unfold.
C-Span chose as their topic of call-in this morning, whether the abortion issue will influence your vote. This deflection is typical of MSM that is intent on promoting the Democratic/Republican duopoly.
Nick Timiraos speaks to the terror by the Feds of deflation, which they abhor because people anticipate lower prices as prices deflate, and so put off buying products, and so a spiral of unemployment is set into place. The reason US workers were expected to accept globalism was ‘splained with lower product costs
Gratitude to Bill Huston for reminding that the delicate topic of Home Rule has been incidental to CELDF, which offers a democracy school. In other words, this group reminds We The People that human rights are relevant, and how best to secure them.
Too soon to get worn down, boys and girls. Nature is our ally, and we are hers’.
C-Span hosted conversations about Memorial Day.
8:40AM–caller–paraphrase–The military is good at transitioning citizens into soldiers but not the transition from a soldier into a citizen.
Is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. choosing a new Presidential-candidate campaign message?
Do we have to say it? Codify natural rights.
Have we spent too much energy on economic interests and not enough on natural rights and the application in a democratic Constitutional Republic? — https://billofrightsinstitute.org/resources/principles-and-virtues –Drawn from an examination of human nature, these principles and virtues shape the American republic with ordered liberty and help form the conscience of the nation. Together, the principles and virtues bind a diverse, self-governing people together in communities and promote a healthy civil society. The continuation of the American experiment in self-government requires we know and understand these principles and practice these virtues.
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The need to codify natural rights seem to follow growing violations of natural rights by some.
Just a thought….conflict of interest is often predicated on greed and power.
We can consider different ways to view life. — https://thenaturalhistorymuseum.org/events/unfence-the-future/?link_id=0&can_id=193d62b237484a25dee2367907a4dd04&source=email-unfence-the-future-taking-down-fortress-conservation-and-its-enduring-legacy&email_referrer=email_1857901&email_subject=unfence-the-future-taking-down-fortress-conservation-and-its-enduring-legacy –In the history of conservation, the logic of fencing was institutionalized in what critics call “fortress conservation,” a project of drawing boundaries between designated wilderness areas and their outsides, expelling perceived threats to ecological balance–from Indigenous Peoples, to predator species. In the process, habitats have been fragmented, and lifeworlds devastated.WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12
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C-Span hosted a discussion this morning about HR5, and a caller spoke of codifying parental rights. Some people see parental rights as a natural right associated with liberty, to the same extent that some people hold as a natural right a woman’s control of her own body.
“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America”…preamble to the US Constitution
That codification of actions of personal liberty seems to be the response to violations of human rights and natural rights. The rights of children should be protected unassociated with political ideology.
Kelisa Wing is free to write books transparently expressing her thoughts, if she wishes. Use of a taxpayer-funded position in promoting her personal work is the topic for question. Would an educator sincere in intentions to ensure honesty in history curriculum use her position to self-promote? Capitalistic hierarchical Establishment has accomplished too well it’s apparent intention of superimposing capitalism in place of democracy. They are not the same and may be contradictory to each other.https://openthebooks.substack.com/p/military-stonewalling-on-controversial –However, we filed a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain her contract, salary, job description, and any conflict-of-interest paperwork she’d completed. The government produced a heavily redacted offer letter and job description. For example, the agency even redacted her name from the offer letter out of “privacy.”
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The good points articulated by Ms. Wing are shadowed by conflict of interest. But then the entire political body at this point is pretty much tainted by the corruption buoyed by Citizens United.
Teaching of the basics such as reading, writing, and rithmatic (sic) is actually less glorious but more useful in permitting each individual to learn how to think rather than what to think. This gives the tools to support personal journeys.
By the way, to partner with the Pentagon hearkens back to the notion of strange bedfellows. If you want to be taken seriously on the topic of human and natural rights……..
The work of authority should be to ensure barriers are removed on that journey for everyone, not just for some.
A governmental response would be to guard against violation of human rights and environmental rights, for a start.
The standard by which we measure ourselves needn’t be patriarchal. — https://mronline.org/2023/03/24/you-strike-the-women-you-strike-the-rock-you-will-be-crushed-the-twelfth-newsletter-2023/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=you-strike-the-women-you-strike-the-rock-you-will-be-crushed-the-twelfth-newsletter-2023&mc_cid=30b53ca844&mc_eid=2833cdb99b — Within hours, Western governments and central banks secured billions of dollars to bail out the financial system. This crisis could not be allowed to escalate.
Other serious developments in the world might be called a crisis, but they do not elicit the kind of urgent response undertaken by Western governments to shore up their banking system. Three years ago, Oxfam released a report that found that the ‘world’s 22 richest men have more wealth than all the women in Africa’.–end of mronline info–
War crimes happen in military actions. —
https://popularresistance.org/20-years-after-iraq-corporate-media-defends-us-war-crimes/ –United States troops began the invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003 under the direction of president George W. Bush. The death toll estimates for Iraqi civilians vary between 275,000 and 654,000 as a direct result of warfare, with one study estimating as many as 1 million deaths . If even the lowest figure is correct, the U.S. committed a horrific war crime, a deliberate attack on a civilian population.
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From Remaloeb and included in appreciation for acknowledgement of real value. — https://www.facebook.com/rema.loeb/posts/pfbid02k3tCCwffHJZrvtFop2iDdW1twkN3Rjf9VbHqrwR9ZayeV1tUWWtCSJFpasDty8cMl —
These trees are the oldest living thing on earth. The information that scientists learned from studying them led to adjustment of carbon dating procedures. –end of tweet —
From gatewaygreens — https://mailchi.mp/730ddc72bab7/green-party-of-st-louis-meeting-wed-april-19-2017-recent-and-future-elections-6231429?e=d624642c9f —
Were you at the showing of “A Sewer Runs Through It: A History of the River des Peres” or did you miss it? If you came, please send the message below to your friends and urge them to register for the REPEAT SHOWING at 7 pm, Tuesday, March 28. If you missed it you can reserve your spot with a NO COST Eventbrite ticket (see below). We anticipated 40 – 60 people registering for the first event but had vastly more interest than expected. Space limitations caused us to shut off registration at 160. Please notice that the March 28 repeat event is at the University City High School Library. Since the second event might also “sell out,” it would be good to reserve your spot as soon as you get this. All panelists will speak at the second showing.
C-Span hosted Fairplay guest Josh Golin. Mr. Golin expressed interest in supporting online use by children that is free of advertising (paraphrase).
Can the Family and Medical Leave Act (FLMA) function, as said by guest Rachel Greszler, as”a get out of jail free card”. Ms. Greszler spoke truth more than FACTS when she said that. In a nation that is number 1 in human incarceration, a point can be suggested that the work world for many employees isn’t far different. While corporations decry regulations applied to them, the regulations imposed upon employees seem often in conflict with human rights, not to mention rights of nature as pertains to environment.
Bait-and-switch may be a reason some people have labeled as war crimes (remembering that war crime is an oxymoron) Russian targeting of civilian infrastructure in Ukraine that denies to local community members the civil and human right of the dignity of a functional energy grid while accepting a dysfunctional US energy grid by labeling this as free enterprise.
Is the working class trying to send the message to the ruling class, “don’t push any harder”?