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Czechoslovakia is lining up to support the American political thriller, MADAM PRESIDENT, by Jerry Beller, which have a global release on Valentine's Day.
11 Feb 2013
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Born in 1912, Dr. Vera Kohn, escaped from Prague before the outbreak of WWII just as Nazi Germany was invading Czechoslovakia, and along with her family made her way to Quito, Ecuador where many Jews found refuge. Vera has been a practicing psychologist for more than 45 years, a teacher of Zen Buddhism for 40 years, and in the 1960's she founded The Center for Integral Development to provide a place where the study of the mind, body and spirit could come together. Vera is also a leader in the organic food movement in Ecuador and runs an organic farm just outside the the city of Quito.
24 Aug 2007
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Stanislav Grof (born July 1, 1931 in Prague, Czechoslovakia) is one of the founders of the field of transpersonal psychology and a pioneering researcher into the use of altered states of consciousness for purposes of healing, growth, and insight. Grof received the VISION 97 award granted by the Foundation of Dagmar and Vaclav Havel in Prague on October 5, 2007. Grof is known in particular for his early studies of LSD and its effects on the psyche—the field of psychedelic psychotherapy. He constructed a theoretical framework for pre- and perinatal psychology and transpersonal psychology in which LSD trips and other powerfully emotional experiences were mapped onto one's early fetal and neonatal experiences. Over time, this theory developed into an in-depth "cartography" of the deep human psyche. Following the legal suppression of LSD use in the late 1960s, Grof went on to discover that many of these states of mind could be explored without drugs and instead by using certain breathing techniques in a supportive environment. He continues this work today under the title "Holotropic Breathwork". Grof received his M.D. from Charles University in Prague in 1957, and then completed his Ph.D. in Medicine at the Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences in 1965, training as a Freudian psychoanalyst at this time. In 1967, he was invited as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, United States, and went on to become Chief of Psychiatric Research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center where he worked with Walter Pahnke and Bill Richards among others. In 1973, Dr. Grof was invited to the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, and lived there until 1987 as a scholar-in-residence, developing his ideas. Being the founding president of the International Transpersonal Association (ITA) (founded in 1977), he went on to become distinguished adjunct faculty member of the Department of Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies, a position he remains in today.
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For the first time the best players from the worlds best hockey countries Canada Czechoslovakia Russia Finland Sweden and the US competed in an international tournament
30 Jun 2008
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It was held in 1976 1981 1984 1987 and 1991 It featured competition between teams representing Canada Czechoslovakia Finland the Soviet Union Sweden the United States and in 1984 only taking the place of Finland West Germany
19 Jun 2008
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In 1976 the very first tournament was introduced by Hockey Canada chief Alan Eagleson which would finally put together all the best players in the world from the six hockey powers Canada Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Sweden Finland and the USA
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1976 Canada defeats Czechoslovakia in the final to win the first Canada Cup tournament
18 Jun 2008
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The message of John McCain's new attack ad that debuted Saturday both perfects and makes more harsh a theme that his campaign has been developing for weeks: specifically, that the Illinois Democrat does not care about American troops. The Obama campaign defended itself with John McCain's own words - an excerpt from the Congressional Record meant to embarrass McCain for his tactics. In a floor speech from May 2007, John McCain said: "How can we possibly find honor in using the fate of our servicemen to score political advantage in Washington? There is no pride to be had in such efforts. We are at war, a hard and challenging war, and we do no service for the best of us-those who fight and risk all on our behalf-by playing politics with their service." In June, McCain apologized for using the image of Gen. David Petraeus in a political mailer, saying that politicization of the military would "not happen again" in his campaign. Once again, McCain says one thing but does another. Or is this just another "Senior Moment" for McCain? Forgetting what he has said previously, positions he has previously taken, facts like timelines, when the surge started, the difference between Shia and Sunni, that Czechoslovakia is a country that has not existed for the past 15 years as a nation, that Putin is not the President of Germany, that you can not veto a beer, that you do not deliver bottled hot water to dehydrated babies, that the borders of Iraq and Afghanistan are separate and distinct, etc, etc., ad nauseum. Such "Senior Moments" were called "bloopers" or "gaffes" with George W. Bush, but with a 72 year-old John McCain such moments must be seen for what they are, namely: Alzheimer's Disease.... www.huffingtonpost****
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Jon Hammond Band performing "New Czechoslovakian Salsa Song" in Jazzkeller Frankfurt co-composed by Jon Hammond with Czechoslovakian Salsa King Saul Salsakovitch: TONY LAKATOS - tenor sax HEINZ LICHIUS - drums JOE BERGER - guitar JON HAMMOND - organ / bass ©JON HAMMOND Intl.,/ASCAP *******www.HammondCast**** Jon Hammond's Annual "Musikmesse Warm Up Party" Hammond Organ, Learjet, Salsa, Czechoslovakia, Megayacht, Jazz, Funky, Rolls Royce, HammondCast, KYOURADIO
8 Nov 2008
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I'm sorry England, but we are the best and f. the rest. The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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A short visual history of three past peaceful revolutions that have worked. The Velvet Revolution - Czechoslovakia The Carnation Revolution - Portugal People Power - Philippines Peaceful revolutions in the past have worked quickly, without violence and without the backlash of changing one violent regime for another. Make your stand! Organize and demand that the precepts our country was founded on are met. Demand the Constitution be upheld and followed. Demand investigations into government and corporate corruption. Demand our Congress and Senate vote for the People and not private interests. Demand Separation of Church and State. Demand a popular vote. Demand sovereignty be maintained as a highest priority! Sign petitions en-mass! Get involved Be Active!
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Download the HD quality file, and put this video on your channel! *******www.filefactory****/file/a0454... Stand up and be in control! We need to show our government we are in control! The time is past for addressing single issues one at a time, we need to stand up NOW! A short visual history of three past peaceful revolutions that have worked. Please watch in HD! The Velvet Revolution - Czechoslovakia The Carnation Revolution - Portugal People Power - Philippines Peaceful revolutions in the past have worked quickly, without violence and without the backlash of changing one violent regime for another. Make your stand! Organize and demand that the precepts our country was founded on are met. Demand the Constitution be upheld and followed. Demand investigations into government and corporate corruption. Demand our Congress and Senate vote for the People and not private interests. Demand Separation of Church and State. Demand a popular vote. Demand sovereignty be maintained as a highest priority! Sign petitions en-mass! Get involved Be Active! Places YOU can go to help make change NOW! Large organizations for immediate change. Ron Paul Campaign for Liberty *******www.campaignforliberty****/ Restore the Rebublic *******www.restoretherepublic**** Voice for Change *******www.voice4change****/ Veterans For Peace *******veteransforpeace****/ United for Peace & Justice *******www.unitedforpeace****/ Student Peace Action Network *******studentpeaceaction****/ Petitions make a difference only when enough numbers sign them. A few places to start! PetitionOnline**** *******www.petitiononline****/ GoPetition International *******www.gopetition****/ People Have the Power - Patty Smith
30 Jan 2009
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1962 t-bird released, leon trotsky died 1940, 1953 h-bomb hydrogen bomb, 1969 russians in czechoslovakia, telegram sent around the world in 16 minutes 1911, national radio day, voyager II message? 1977, jim thorpe nfl apfc 1920, lyndon baines johnson - www.myinboxnews****
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