Tag Archives: Violence

  1. Yes, torture is not a bar to becoming a Bishop

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    October 18, 2012 by J. Madson

    Today we learn that Bruce Jessen who was critical in designing US torture techniques was appointed a bishop per this …
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  2. Campesinos Refusing To Disappear: Guatemala’s Polochic Valley One Year After the Evictions

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    March 26, 2012 by tristan savage

    by Tristan Call. Posted Simultaneously at Upside Down World Juan lived in the village of Paraná until August, when for …
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  3. Civilization: Its Violent Roots, Part 2 of Cain’s mark Civilization: Its Violent Roots

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    February 29, 2012 by J. Madson

    The story of Cain and Abel is foundational. By foundational I mean the basis or the underlying support, the body …
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  4. Cain’s Mark of Protection, Part 1

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    February 29, 2012 by J. Madson

    Much ink has been spilled over the slaying of Abel by his brother Cain. One of the more pernicious interpretations …
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  5. Speaking Truth to Power: 9/11 My Reflections Ten Years Later

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    September 9, 2011 by Ron Madson

    SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER: 9/11– MY REFLECTIONS TEN YEARS LATER In early 1943, hundreds of German women did the unthinkable—they …
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  6. Your tax dollars at work.

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    August 28, 2011 by J. Madson

    Hogtied black men shot in a hospital, by forces armed, financed and enabled by the United States. I wonder if …
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  7. Food Crisis in the Polochic Exacerbates as Government Repression Continues

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    August 12, 2011 by tristan savage

    by Tristan Call and Katy Savage published simultaneously on Upside Down World The massive evictions of 800 families from 14 …
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