Monthly Archives: January 2015

The 1% Don’t Like Us.

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As resistance to global corporate governance increases worldwide, just coincidentally, security threats are everywhere, and legislation rushed into force giving police unprecedented, sweeping powers to spy on, intimidate, investigate and otherwise terrorize the 99%, under the guise of ‘national security.’ (Remember the G20, Toronto?) This is, more truthfully, security for the 1%, who know we see through their glass mansions and don’t like what we see. The 1% have been making a farce out of democracy for decades, and effectively solidifying their ownership of the planet. Now, things are threatening to unravel, so they are threatening to criminalize anyone and everyone, and building more prisons. This tells me that they are afraid. This tells me that the people still have more power than we are led to believe.

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Stephen Harper is “the most vindictive politician I’ve ever met, someone who I think is ruthless to the bottom”

I think people outside Canada need to see what our current PM is all about.

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Stop the Brutal Slaughter of Wolves in Alberta and B.C.

Disgusting.

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Truth

Everything translated through the lense of human perception is warped and inadequate. Therefore, any truth is provisional, whether it lasts weeks or millenia. Perhaps the only exception is this: that love is essential to our lives.

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On forgetting self and being happiness.

A gentle reminder that when you realize that you are not the centre of everything, life changes for the better. I found this refreshing, so had to share it. I have friends who I am sure do this, through photography, painting, writing, gardening, and simply being, with or without ‘doing.’

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Manitoba: 17 have committed suicide as Lake St. Martin evacuees remain in limbo

Terrible, terrible situation. Please reblog and tweet. Anything and everything to make this a prominent story.

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Alexis Sinclair with her daughter, Danielle, before Alexis committed suicide.  Victoria Ptashnick/Torstar News Service Alexis Sinclair with her daughter, Danielle, before Alexis committed suicide. Victoria Ptashnick/Torstar News Service

By Victoria Ptashnick, Metro News, Jan 4, 2014

WINNIPEG—Diane Sinclair often has the same nightmare.

In her home at Lake St. Martin First Nation reserve, there is water everywhere. It flows through the cracks of her family’s trailer and washes out the old dirt roads and hunting trails around it.

The water winds through a graveyard where she buried her 20-year-old daughter, Alexis, in the prettiest white dress she could find.

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