The Vietnam War is a distant memory that most Americans do not understand. This makes it a perpetual problem in society, as people continue to just go along with what other people are doing. Just like Germany under Hitler, people will go with the status quo flow until it drowns them. Propaganda can become the truth: if you try to question someone about it, they will exclaim you are wrong. We are a country chasing its tail as the two-party system plays us and perpetrates wars in the name of the ruling class. It uses the media to program society to think a certain way because most don’t... Read More
According to a Fox News report I read this morning, “The older people get, the more likely they are to suffer cognitive decline. Roughly 14% of people over 71 have some level of dementia, according to the National Institutes of Health. For those in their 90s, the rate rises to 37.4%.”
As I am now 72 years old, it’s possible that my observations are no longer trustworthy. Of course, my wife has felt this has been the case for many years now. Be that as it may, it led me to think about the many religious leaders around the world who may be verging on senility. Seyed Ali Khamenei, the... Read More
In the last week of September 2012 the Associated Press, BBC reports published in different sites and News Papers on the ancient Buddhist statue weighing about 10.6 kilograms and 9 inches height that the Nazi’s Great Schaefer expediton found at Chinese-Tibetan boarder in 1938 stated to be manufactured with that of meteorite element and other details revealed by Dr.Elmar Buchner of University of Stuttgart were rather confusing, as they have related the statue to Buddhism – probably for not having sufficient information on the “Indian Sanatana Dharma” or Ancient (Hindu) Vedic culture” and its... Read More
The blog Dog Rescue Success in partnership with BlogCatalog has organized a Bloggers Unite for Dog Resuce Success Day that will take place on Monday July 23rd.
All Bloggers and social media users are invited, encouraged and welcome to participate, by using their blogs to raise awareness about the horrific animal abuse that is taking place in the dog industry.
"It's clear that bloggers can make a major difference by particpating in events such as Bloggers Unite for Dog Rescue success," says Angie Alaniz of BlogCatalog. "Past events where bloggers united and used the power of... Read More
Private schools in the United Kingdom could claim charitable status and gain tax breaks if they share their facilities and resources with state students, according to new draft rules formulated by the Charity Commission, BBC reported.The Charity Commission conducted a three-month consultation to completely review the existing guidelines for achieving charitable status. The consultation coursework was prompted by a court ruling favouring claims by some private schools saying that the existing guidelines were too narrow. The Independent Schools Council (ISC) claimed that the original guidelines... Read More
Anybody will agree that today there is an alarming drought for honesty, sense of proportion, good behavour, morals and discipline among the majority human beings around the world. No financial Aid and packages of United Nations or World Bank would give relief to get out of this ‘peculiar drought’. This perucliar drought in human nature is prevalent in all nations around the world, because the people and leaders both are suffering from this peculiar drought. No where there is coincidence between the words spoken and deeds done by the people in general and by those who are in power, in particular.... Read More
Created in 1993 by the merger of Universities Central Council on Admissions, Polytechnics Central Admissions System and Standing Conference on University Entrance, the Universities and Colleges Admission Service is prime agency in the United Kingdom that has been managing the application process to higher education institutions in the country. The service, also known with its acronym UCAS, is the central figure that makes the application process in the UK more organized and more simplified. It would be a big advantage to those seeking to study their chosen courses at their selected universities... Read More
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The world we live in currently, one would be very hard pressed to experience rational peace and genuine freedom. "Peace", is a rare and almost extinct commodity. It is a shadow in the memory of humanity, a mere moment in the blink of an eye that we seldom...
Nice piece Credo as usual. You mention in context at the end "for fear of making war with the Gods." The keystone of peace lies crumbling,simply because the 'Gods of war' reign supreme despite race, religion,etc. Hypothetically if religion didn't exist...
I have serious doubts about the reality of Christ, but I have no doubt that if he existed, he did not look the way as the image commonly depicted in the U S and the rest of the West does. As the early Christians made war on pagan civilizations and cultures,...