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This was a discussion that took place on Facebook. I’m sharing it here to spread the positive sides of the debate, inshallah. Please note, Darryl is an ol’ friend of mine from school that I’ve reconnected with via Facebook:
CISPA has been very recently halted… But did you know?:
CONCLUSION 1: Keep an eye on what the government are trying to pass through to legislation when a ‘panic’ hits the media.
“We can relax now that CISPA is dead, right? Unfortunately, the answer is a little unclear at this point. An unnamed representative on Rockefeller’s committee says that “issues and key provisions” of CISPA will be divvied up and made into separate bills. In other words, CISPA will be broken up into smaller, separate bills in the Senate.” (Source)
CONCLUSION 2: The damaging elements of CISPA can still make it through into legislation. But doing it this way is clever by being harder to spot and track…
And another thing: LOOK! Youtube to CENSOR protest videos – click here.
Three ways to Fail – Versus – One way to Succeed
When we decide to discuss in two-way conversation – let us first define our terms to discourse.
What is the purpose for our communication?
In that is already the answer you’re speaking for: Continue reading
“One of the paradoxes or ironies of the Izrael-Palestine conflict is that although we’re often told it’s a uniquely intricate and complex conflict and the solutions to it are so elusive and difficult
in fact as conflicts go in the world its probably the least complex, the most simple and the most easily resolved which is one of the things that makes studying the conflict so frustrating
because in my opinion if the public knew the real facts there would be a clear path to finally finding a resolution of the conflict…”
with Professor Norman Finkelstein & Hamza Tzortzis –
Watch from: 3:28-4:28 Continue reading