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Alex Merced discusses if the global fiat money systems collapse those holding real assets will become our new feudal lords. Who owns a lot of real assets like gold and platinum... hip hop stars.
28 Feb 2010
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30 Aug 2010
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Don't worry, serfs get college credit.
19 Apr 2011
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3 Jun 2012
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Laura Flanders' interviews stream at GRITtv.org. This week, Peter Buffett, son of billionaire investor Warren on the conflict between capitalism and humanism. Says Buffett:"You can't have both" Watch in full, at GRITtv.org Distributed by OneLoad.com
26 Nov 2013
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Clip from "Castles of the Rising Sun", an Intrepid Berkeley Explorer free video of modern and feudal Japan. The Floating Shrine is one of Japan's most famous sights, especially at high tide. To watch all of this film plus 30 other free, non-commercial, amateur streaming travel videos from every continent, and for more information, including still pictures, please click on the link below and then on the next link to my Video Page which immediately appears. Or, in the alternative, ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
16 Jan 2007
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Set three years after the last chapter of Genkuro Yoshitsune's life, the game continues to expand on the historical accounts of feudal Japan. Underlying an epic tale of a warrior's honor.
15 Dec 2006
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from marriage ceremony of a feudal lord's son
21 Aug 2007
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In feudal Japan a lone strip of bacon travels the ancient land, laying waste to countless breakfast brigands along the way.
11 Dec 2007
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Binyavanga Wainaina: A feudal ruling elite is the heart of the problem, Kenya needs a new constitution Wednesday January 23rd, 2008 Binyavanga Wainaina is a Kenyan author and journalist. He is the founding Editor of Kwani? magazine. Wainaina was nominated in 2007 by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader; and won the Caine Prize for literature in 2002. He has written for The Guardian, The New York Times, Vanity Fair and National Geographic.
28 Jan 2008
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Feudal Life, Arts, Town Life
19 Feb 2009
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In feudal Japan a lone strip of bacon travels the ancient land, laying waste to countless breakfast brigands along the way. Created by Wright Rickman, Produced by Chris Davidson
17 Nov 2008
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http://www.instablogs.com/ Terrorism takes backseat to economy in US It would not be wholly correct to state that seven years after the September 11 attacks terrorism has taken a back seat. Since the attacks the federal government has made only limited progress toward preventing a catastrophic nuclear, biological or chemical attack on U.S. soil and combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction abroad. The perpetuation of terrorism since then and manhandling of entire issue by US and its allies has posed serious threat to international peace as evident from subsequent events like 7/7 brutal attacks in London and elsewhere. The coalition forces seemed to have veered from their real target which comprised the elimination of Al Qaeda and Taliban forces. Instead, they are now fighting the drug trade which helps the militias retain their power and a resurgent Taliban to fight which the Bush administration recently took the decision to enhance the US troop levels. Although there has been no terrorist attack on the United States since 9/11 the threat of a new major attack is still very real. Both terrorism and economic recession are major challenges confronting US Nepal to end bonded labor The government decided to abolish the Haliya system the other day. This is an important step towards establishing social justice through abolition of the remnants of feudal system. The system is analogous to bonded labor and is a glaring example of the ruthless feudal relations that survives on exploitation and expropriation of the returns of labor. Held in debt bondage for generations those belonging to the lower rungs, especially untouchables and subalterns, are compelled to till and tend the land without being compensated for the labor. Once liberated and emancipated they should not be forced to till the land which is not owned by them as this is illegal and punishable by law. However, the decision needs effective implementation to ensure substantive improvement in the social and economic life of the bonded laborers. The abolition of the Haliyas system should be complemented by alternative means of livelihood so that the Haliyas can lead an independent and dignified life otherwise they might relapse into subjugation. Bolivia civil war threatens Brazil The situation is very tense in Bolivia, more specifically in the department of Santa Cruz, the richest and which has the largest natural gas reserves in the country. There is risk of having a civil war. The conflicts started because of a decision by President Evo Morales want to use the funds obtained from the income of gas in a social program, reducing the financial resources of the Departments. These Five departments in Bolivia, the richest, want to become autonomous regions, opening the possibility for that Bolivia is divided into two countries. Between yesterday and today, thousands of demonstrators took the streets of Santa Cruz and federal buildings are being invaded. There are rumors that thousands of Indigenous are going towards Santa Cruz to combat the separatist protesters. Moreover, these demonstrators attacked the gas pipeline that delivers natural gas to Sao Paulo state in Brazil, trying to force the Brazilian government to enter the conflict. For while Brazil seems to be very concerned about the situation but will not intervene in this situation, because it is clear the intention of the protesters is to overthrow a president who was democratically elected. Indian physicist, victim of racism Of the three main past and present physicists behind the landmark proton-smashing experiment in Geneva, the third man is the Bose of the Higgs-boson experiment - Satyendra Nath Bose so brilliant and yet so overlooked. It is Bose after whom the sub-atomic particle 'boson' is named. The $10 billion Large Hadron Collider experiment in Switzerland could not have happened without Bose and Albert Einstein. In 1924, Bose sent a paper to Einstein describing a statistical model that laid the basis for describing one of the two categories of the elementary particles that make up an atom of which one was boson. Einstein had already won the Nobel in 1921,the British scientist Peter Higgs who eventually came up with his theory of the Higgs boson is now widely tipped to win the Nobel. It is Satyendra Nath Bose who for some reason never won the medal perhaps he became a victim to institutionalized racism. In such a case the international community and the Nobel academy should make amends through immediate recognition of his work.
28 Jul 2012
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Available November 11, 2008 on DVD! An award winning masterpiece of sacrifice and devotion, Love and Honor weaves a timeless tale set in the waning days of feudal Japan. Directed by Academy Award® nominee Yoji Yamada (The Twilight Samurai) and starring Takuya Kimura (2046), Love and Honor depicts the emotional intensity of an age when respect was more valuable than riches and love cut more truly than any sword. Shinnojo Mimura is a samurai sharing a hand-to-mouth existence with his beautiful wife, Kayo. Frustrated by his lowly status within the castle ranks, Shinnojo dreams of better days instructing children in the way of the sword. But destiny, it would seem, has other plans… A freak accident takes the warrior’s sight, leaving Shinnojo cursed. Losing his status and pride, his hopes and dreams, and even himself to this life of eternal darkness, only one path lies open for Shinnojo: That of the true and noble samurai. Love and Honor – Tale of the fallen samurai. Visit http://www.funimation.com/loveandhonor/ for more information.
11 Oct 2008
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from http://www.handmadesword.com. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
13 May 2009
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A tsuba is the hand guard of a Japanese sword. It served several purposes. The tsuba balanced the sword. And it protected the hand of the sword holder from an attack by an enemy as well as from gliding into the sword blade. The third purpose was a more refined one. The Japanese tsuba developed into a kind of a status symbol for the sword owner. Thus the Japanese sword tsuba became an elaborate piece of art-far beyond its practical use. During the Muromachi period (1333-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1603) feudal lords and powerful clans fought fierce battles against each other. Therefore the functionality of the sword tsuba was more important than its decoration. The Edo period brought an uninterrupted period of 256years of peace to Japan. Now the Japanese sword tsuba rapidly developed into a refined piece of art. This is a Tsuba video from http://www.handmadesword.com. Welcome to share more information and interesting pictures about Japanese samurai swords!
18 Sep 2009
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