Saturday, July 4, 2015

From Satyabhama To Satyabhama -An Inspiring Story

CC News Letter 04 July - From Satyabhama To Satyabhama -An Inspiring Story

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Binu Mathew

Mass Demonstration Opposes Austerity In Greece
By Robert Stevens & Christoph Dreier

Athens: Ahead of Sunday's referendum a massive protest took place in AthensFriday evening, in opposition to the austerity programme of the European Union (EU) and International Monetary Fund. In a show of defiance, tens of thousands of people packed Athens' central Syntagma Square in front of the parliament building. The main sentiment expressed by the crowd was a determination to end years of austerity. Among them were many young people

Greece And Other Musings On July 4th
By Paul Craig Roberts

If Greeks are unable to discern their own interests when they vote Sunday, Americans have no right to say anything about it as Americans have proven over and over that they are incapable of knowing their own interests

USA Celebrates Profitable Genocide: Enslaving Africans To
Destroying 6 Muslim Nations!
By Jay Janson

Independence Holiday in the USA becomes a time when citizens tend to reflect on the nations 238 year history. It is a history typical of six European empires in the areas of genocide and plunder. Genocide: the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation. plural: genocides; review of USA's; update on present and future prosecution thereof

Ecuador Fights For Survival – Against Its Elites
By Andre Vltchek

Leaders of the "opposition" will wait until arrival of Pope Francis, or perhaps they will wait bit longer, until his departure from Ecuador. Then they will hit. And they will hit hard. The mayor of Quito leads the anti-government forces in the capital. The government should not follow the path of President Allende. It has to counter-attack, before it is too late! Treason is serious crime in all societies. And treason is exactly what Ecuadorean elites are now committing!

If ISIS Doesn't Liberate Palestine… Who Will?
By Franklin Lamb

Young, fit Palestinians are at last being offered a job in a country where they are forbidden by law to work or own a home. Da'ish is reportedly paying an average of $300 a month, promising two and sometimes three days off each week to visit one's family, cash bonuses for marriage and one-time child subsidies of $400 per child. Subsidies for food of $70 a month are also being offered, in the face of the fact that UNWRA has just reduced monthly cash for food stipends to a mere $30 per month. One can imagine what some of the camp residents are thinking: which horse is the best bet for an improved life and for full return to our own country? Based on conversations with recently-arrived Palestinian refugees from Syria, as well as old friends in Lebanon's camps, this observer is confident that today only a small percentage of Palestinians are responding to the siren-call of ISIS. But tomorrow?

From Satyabhama To Satyabhama
By K.P. Sasi

This Satyabhama in Kandhamal was again a poor woman like the Satyabhama in Chattisgarh. Both expressed immense courage in different contexts. What is more important for us is to recognise that Satyabhama in Kandhamal is alive and we must know more about all such Satyabhamas in this country, if we have to understand the words lke `secular India' enshrined in our Indian Constitution. It is on this living Satyabhama that I would like to share some words with you

Can't Forget What You Didn't Know- Fred Branfman's
"Voices From The Plain Of Jars" And The Question Of Responsibility
By Romi Mahajan

"Voices from the Plain of Jars" helped me cure myself of ignorance on one slaughter. It's a step on the path to a responsible life

Not So Intellectuals…
By Nazir Gillo

The illegal detention of Muzamil Farooq, a PG student of Kashmir's University's English Department and its follow-up left a blot on highest seat of learning in Kashmir. The incident, which not only triggered huge demonstrations by students but also exposed how our intellectuals and premiere institutions are being overshadowed and trespassed by military might in Kashmir

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