Food as a Weapon: Colonial Impact on AgroEconomy
In Why Can’t People Feed Themselves?, Frances Moore Lappe and Joseph Collins reveal that the majority of cultures have been disrupted and regressed by imperialistic colonialism, resulting in retarded agroeconomy and a scarcity of foodstuffs.
Handfuls of cultures have created abundance and material wealth through exploitation of agriculture, but it was often at the expense of colonies whose resources were vampirized by giant, imperial, blue-blooded squids. It isn’t the attitude or the culture’s mentality that is preventing them from agrarian stability- it was the purposeful exploitation of the indigenous peoples under the yoke of colonial overlords.
How else have the Market and Industrial Revolutions impacted the now-third world?
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Mormon vs Moonie: Religious Cults and American Politics
Sun Myung Moon’s death and Romney’s nomination as the first non-Christian US presidential candidate have focused attention on religious cults in American Politics.
Was there ever a time when Cults didn’t sway American Politics?
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Noam Chomsky: America and Israel Greatest Threats to Peace
Sex, lies and Wikileaks: The Media vs Julian Assange
As once friendly news outlets report the Julian Assange story more critically, we ask if the media has lost the plot.
What instigated the change in how once friendly media outlets portray WikiLeaks and Julian Assange’s extradition drama?
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Atheism and Americans: Religiosity on Decline in the United States
American Economy and the Pentagon Pathology
The enduring problem is that the U.S. has retained its overweening ambitions and learned nothing from its failures over the past decades.
So we are bankrupt because of war but if we don’t have wars we will go bankrupt?
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New Bill Could Finally Legalize Hemp in the US
The legislation would get around the DEA’s refusal to differentiate hemp from marijuana and allow American farmers to grow it.
How many ways would legalized hemp improve the american situation?
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Liberal Neocons Align With Extremists on the Israeli Right