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84 results for 'Credo'

Reality and The Mythic Narrative Of War Collide

By Credo, published on Jul 28, 2007

A humanitarian kind of rationalization is earnestly required to reassert itself if life on this planet stands a chance to survive into the next century . In spite of the fact that plans to attack Iran (a non combatant) by nuking the country is on the table of the Bush administration, the media continues to support the Bush Administration in its immediate campaign against terrorism in the Middle East.

Irrespective of our perceptions as a government and as a country, as we proceed to globally confiscate weapons of mass destruction we have not taken notice that the government has only focused... (more)


Safeguards of Humanity and the Honor of a People

By Credo, published on Jul 22, 2007

The controversial concerns of weather blacks should receive reparations for their sojourn here in America as slaves seems to hit home hard as so many people feel a sense of inhospitality toward the idea and sometimes hostility towards the messenger, as blacks and many other individuals call for such measures to be meet by the government. I am most unfettered to have to say this but the idea of reparations are not an entirely new concept, as Jews have been repaired and are still being given reparations for their holocaust in Germany, The U.S. has a history of paying reparations. They paid the... (more)

Tags: israel, germany

The Growing Challenge Of The International Assembly

By Credo, published on Jul 8, 2007

It is time for Britain/America to exorcise the ghosts of the past and come to terms with its history as it steps into the new millennium.

It is time for the governments and all who participated or benefited from slavery to repent and admit to these colonial horrors of our past and the extreme effects of such a negative precedent. Allowing racism to continue sends a criminal message by stating that slavery was and is a positive alternative. Furthermore the message goes on to say that it was/is not a crime to commit an offense against the darker people of the earth and so we continue to... (more)

Tags: slavery, formal apology for slavery, black history, reparations

The Necessity of Foresight

By Credo, published on Jul 1, 2007

Futuristic foresight today requires people to sequester their differences in order to combine there spiritual strength that we may defeat a great danger that is upon the human family. Although it has always been important to have hindsight (by learning from the past to protect the future) it grows ever so urgent for us to learn to foretell possible estimated future events that may lead to global cataclysm, that we may devise essential steps in which to assure success over these life menacing events. The ability to envision the future using past and current events which are universal in nature,... (more)

Tags: terrorism, police

Developing Prospective of the Growing Prison Complex

By Credo, published on Jun 24, 2007

It is interesting to note that now that Bush is President of the country and America is home to the largest growing prison complex in the world. There are more prisons being built per capita than in any time in our history and it appears that even against all odds , restrictive laws, and stringent penalties America is producing more crime than ever before. Larry Todd, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, defends the fact that one out of every twenty adult Texans are under some form of police control by declaring that the state's high incarceration rate was the direct... (more)

Tags: prison systems, us prison system

My Full Disclosure

By Credo, published on Jun 23, 2007

It is because of my investigative nature that I research, interview, and make inquiries about some of the most controversial topics of our times. It is never my aim to mislead anyone as to the validity of information that is produced as a result of my research, but merely to inform and to further promote further investigation of various important subjects which have an effect on all of us and is systemic of our society at large. As noted in all of my articles I adamantly encourage further investigation on the part of my readers as I hold myself to their criticism and to the responsibility of... (more)

Tags: broowaha

Scientific Arrogance and Financial Politics Prevents a World without Cancer

By Credo, published on Jun 18, 2007

Scientific arrogance and financial politics prevents the medical society from exposing their knowledge and the truth that was known for some time (1952) that cancer is a disease that is cured by the restoration of nutrition at the metabolic level. A bio chemical process that destroys cancer cells while nourishing and protecting non cancer cells. Laetrile or vitamin B17 has been scientifically researched and cited as successful in the treatment and prevention of cancer, the evidence that supports this fact, that this nutritional agent works to prevent or destroy cancer cells in animals and in humans... (more)

Tags: israel

Soldiers Of Truth, Freedom Fighters Stand And Be Counted

By Credo, published on May 30, 2007

Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom, and then lost it, have never known it again. Ronald Reagan The following list is a group of people who have decided to pursue the truth regarding the current system in which we live under. They are not conspiracy nuts; they are very well educated and well endowed with all the accolades necessary to assume absolute professionalism. Perhaps you... (more)

Tags: jesus, michael moore

The Right To Self Defense; The United Nations HRC said

By Credo, published on May 6, 2007

While these laws advocate the success and survival of human tranquilities, in all reasonable legalities it like many other case laws carries with it burdensome baggage, those of conflict and debate. In my search for legal comprehension I have recognized one such fact of debate that while the government has chosen to esteem itself over international laws by implementing preemptive strikes (declaring war on a country suspected of planning a war against this country) on other countries around the world (stating that it is self defense to do so) and has simultaneously prohibited the concept of... (more)

Tags: gun control, human rights, united nations, international law

New York - Cultural Heart Beats with a Rhythm

By Credo, published on Apr 26, 2007

The divine rhythm of New York metropolis has always maintained a poetic posture in the hearts of every New Yorkonian, the city has many elements to delight the demands of the overactive yuppie during any typical social gathering. There is an aura of special existence that one must surely experience upon crossing either the tunnels or one of the major bridges to get into Manhattan (bright lights signify the boundaries of the city). It doesn’t matter what ethnic background you are from or what walk of life you originate, you will have a point of amalgamation in the city because it is the home... (more)

Tags: new york, manhattan, movie, music, restaurant

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