Select Page

Category: Equality

The Long Death of America’s Middle Class

InternationalMan The Long Death of America’s Middle Class by Nick Giambruno, Senior Editor The American middle class is dying. In 2015, it dipped below 50% of the population for the first time since data collection started on the issue. It’s now an official minority group. Meanwhile, nearly half of Americans don’t have enough money to cover a surprise $400 expense. Many are living paycheck to paycheck, with little to no cushion. And US homes are less affordable than they’ve been in decades—possibly ever. I’ll tell you why this is happening and how to secure your spot among the “haves” in...

More info

Montana Tribes Want Keystone XL Away From Their Drinking Water

Colorlines Activists protest in front of the White House against the Keystone XL pipeline January 13, 2015, in Washington, D.C. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images In Montana, the Sioux and Assiniboine tribes are working to protect their drinking water from any potential risks the Keystone XL pipeline poses. The Fort Peck Indian Reservation is home to both American Indian nations, and they know firsthand what can happen when oil drilling destroys a water source. Rolling Stone explores this history and the tribe’s ongoing battle in a story published yesterday (April 19). The 1,179-mile long pipeline is set to cross west...

More info

The Case For A 21-Hour Work Week

Fast Coexist To save the world—or really to even just make our personal lives better—we will need to work less. Time, like work, has become commodified, a recent legacy of industrial capitalism, where a controlled, 40-hour week (or more) in factories was necessary. Our behavior is totally out of step with human priorities and the nature of today’s economy. To lay the foundations for a “steady-state” economy—one that can continue running sustainably forever—a recent paper argues that it’s time for advanced developed countries transition to a normal 21-hour work week. There is nothing natural or inevitable about what’s considered...

More info

Largest march for native rights in DC ignored by the White House and mainstream media

White Wolf Pack The White House didn’t comment nor answer to the tribe’s request. There were a few mainstream Media sources that relayed the event, but the most important information was from social media sites, Twitter and Facebook. Native American tribes and their supporters headed to the US capital for four days of demonstrations against the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline and to raise awareness of other issues affecting Native Americans. Activists from indigenous tribes from across America had set up a teepee encampment next to the Washington Monument, before marching on Trump Tower and the White House...

More info

India’s Caste System, Social Inequality and Demonetization

 Global Research For over a millennium one of the recurring debates among Indian philosophers was whether this world was real or a mere dream. To be more precise, the claim was, we are all part of Maha Vishnu’s dream as He sleeps peacefully on a giant serpent, with a lotus blooming from His navel. Paradoxically, those who preached most passionately that our senses mislead us and everything around was Maya or an illusion, went on to corner the largest chunk of material reality. Behind the smokescreen of clever mythology, it was they, who grabbed the lion’s share of everything...

More info

You’re Underestimating Your Plants: The Strange and Surprising World of Intelligent Flora

Lindsay Abrams We sometimes refer to people in comas as “vegetables,” a word choice that’s begun to fall out of favor, for understandable reasons — a person, even one who has lost his or her sensory and motor capabilities, is still a person. And at the risk of sounding like a parody of political correctness, the term isn’t really fair to vegetables, either. So argues Stefano Mancuso, a Florence-based plant physiologist whom Michael Pollan dubbed the “poet-philosopher” of the plant intelligence movement. Plants, as Mancuso and co-author Allesandra Viola write in “Brilliant Green,” a short primer/manifesto on the history...

More info

Cherokee Nation to recognize same-sex marriage

KTUL News TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — A groundbreaking decision Friday in Cherokee Nation. The tribe’s attorney general, Todd Hembree, says the tribe will now recognize same-sex marriage. Friday’s decision nullifies the Cherokee Nation and Family Protection Act, passed in 2004. The question Hembree received was actually from the Cherokee Tax Commission in regards to a recently married woman trying to obtain a Cherokee Nation ID card. She was recently married to another woman. There was a question as to whether the Commission could recognize a same-sex marriage. Hembree said ‘Yes’. “It’s not only exciting,” says Casdyn Clark, who says he...

More info

Kevin Annett “Radio Free Kanata” FIRST PRINCIPLES OF COMMON LAW – Sunday 3 pm PST

BBS Radio Free KanataLISTEN to Kevin’s weekly blog program “Radio Free Kanata” every Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern time at First Principles of the Common Law – general framework for this Sunday’s Radio Free Kanata workshop   This Sunday November 27 on Radio Free Kanata:    A Workshop on the Common Law Revolution   Live at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern on     Canada, England and all other “Crown” nations are convicted criminal regimes whose lawful authority is null and void. Every free born man and woman in these countries is obligated now...

More info

Crimes against Humanity: Ninety Percent of Gaza Has No Clean Drinking Water

Global Research Crimes against Humanity: Ninety Percent of Gaza Has No Clean Drinking Water All May Be Unusable by 2020 By Sputnik Global Research, November 25, 2016 Sputnik 24 November 2016 Ninety percent of Gaza has no safe drinking water and by 2020, none of the water in the blockaded enclave will be usable if nothing is done, the World Bank said this week. This was not always the case. As recently as the late 1990s, tap water in Gaza was safe to drink, World Bank Senior Water and Sanitation Specialist Adnan Ghosheh said in his statement on the World Bank website this week. But since then,...

More info

Pray (or Meditate) With Standing Rock: November 26, 3 pm CST


More info

Invasion of America: Interactive map show how US took more than 1.5 billion acres from Native Americans [VIDEO]

SOTT  Invasion of America: Interactive map show how US took more than 1.5 billion acres from Native Americans Rebecca Onion and Claudio Saunt Slate Tue, 17 Jun 2014 This interactive map, produced by University of Georgia historian Claudio Saunt to accompany his new book West of the Revolution: An Uncommon History of 1776, offers a time-lapse vision of the transfer of Indian land between 1776 and 1887. As blue “Indian homelands” disappear, small red areas appear, indicating the establishment of reservations. (Above is a GIF of the map’s time-lapse display; visit the map’s page to play with its features.) The project’s source...

More info

Josh Fox: Shot in the Back at Standing Rock [w/ VIDEO]

Daily Beast DIRTY POLITICS Shot in the Back at Standing Rock Elders kept in cages. Demonstrators shot with rubber bullets. What’s happening at Standing Rock isn’t just a protest, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox writes. It’s a character test—one America is failing. JOSH FOX 11.14.16 OCETI SAKOWIN CAMP, Standing Rock Reservation—The moral soul of this continent is at Standing Rock, and at the moment that soul is being beaten, maced, pepper-sprayed, tear-gassed, and locked up by a militarized police force acting on behalf of foreign oil companies. As North Dakota police lock up and abuse peaceful “water protectors,” members of a...

More info

Native American Council offers amnesty to 220 million undocumented whites

NativeNews(GC ed note: The following is satire!) Native American Council offers amnesty to 220 million undocumented whites A council of Native American leaders has offered partial amnesty to the estimated 220 million illegal white immigrants living in the United States. The “white” problem has been a topic of much debate in the Native American community for centuries, and community leaders have decided the time has come to properly address it.* Daily Currant reports, “At a meeting of the Native Peoples Council (NPC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico yesterday, Native American leaders considered several proposals on the future of this continent’s...

More info

As You Wish Talk Radio/ Saturday November 12th 8pm PT/ James Gilliland shares his thoughts on the election & New Republic

BBS:AsYouWishTalkRadio As You Wish Talk Radio Saturday November 12th 8pm PT James Gilliland shares his thoughts on the election & New Republic James is live Saturday night November 12th on As You Wish Talk Radio with his insights on the election cycle, the Trump Presidency and what this means for the New Republic. If there is time, he will take your call-in questions. Join James on As You Wish Talk Radio Saturday November 12th at 8pm PT To listen in online to Saturday’s show (8pm Pacific Time Saturday November 12th) click on the image above or click here. To listen in on...

More info

Police Turn In Badges Rather Than Incite Violence Against Standing Rock Protesters

Activist Post Police Turn In Badges Rather Than Incite Violence Against Standing Rock Protesters: Report By Amanda Froelich It should be evident if you’re following news concerning the Standing Rock protests in North Dakota that tension continues to escalate between protesters supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and riot police. The big deal? A four-state Dakota Access Pipeline which threatens to uproot sacred burial ground, poison the Missouri river, and make null an 1881 treaty ensuring the property belongs to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. In addition to being maced and beaten with batons, activists have been tased and even shot with rubber bullets. Despite the violence...

More info

Someone Offered $2.5 Million to Bail Out Everyone Arrested at Standing Rock

The Anti-Media Someone Just Donated $2.5 Million to Bail Out Everyone Arrested at Standing Rock November 1, 2016   |   Nick Bernabe North Dakota — Following the recent mass arrests of 141 people at the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site located near Standing Rock, North Dakota, an anonymous donor just donated $2.5 million to bail out everyone who was arrested at the protests. The news came after Tamara Francis-Fourkiller, a tribal leader from the Caddo Nation tribe in Caddo County, Oklahoma, was arrested at Standing Rock. Francis-Fourkiller was released after spending two days in jail, but her family says she was just an innocent observer...

More info

View Your Shopping Cart

Help Divination Online Thrive

Donations help us keep the site running, and every contribution is deeply appreciated.
Thank you

‘The Meaning of Your Many Lives’ Formula

Egyptian Oils / Quantum Entanglement Essences

~ ~ ~

‘Breaking Down The Barriers’ Formula


Alexandra’s Divination Online Alchemy

Young Living Essential Oils

Follow us on YouTube!

Spiritual Past Life Clearings

Phase 2: Soul Alignment

Phase 3: DNA Activation

The Guardian Protection Initiation

Preparing for the New Divine Blueprint

Co-Creating Your Desired Reality

Intrusion Removal And Divine Essence Retrieval

Alchemical Organic Light Realignment Process and Anchoring Process

Psychic Protection Tools, Proclamations, and Suggestions

Subscribe on iTunes!

Are You Feeling Isolated and Stuck?

цены на кирпич