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The Life and more importantly Death of God as described by the poet. Is God dead? Is there a God? Life after Death? Social injustice? Revalation all addressed! Yes, the answer to your questions is here...
AWARD The Poet
Cuba es, sin duda, una nación del tercer mundo.Pero ese pequeño Estado, muy pobre y bloqueado económicamente por USA, ha conseguido situarse en el puesto 51 en el IDH (Índice de Desarrollo Humano) entre todos los países del mundo.
Cuba tiene un DESARROLLO HUMANO ALTO, según la ONU y ello a pesar de la manipulación que la CIA hace con las cifras que los yankees le entrega a ese organismo internacional y que la ONU usa para sus estadísticas (el PIB de Cuba, por ejemplo, que aparece en las estadísticas de la ONU es el que decide la CIA y así viene señalado en esas estadísticas).
Cuba, un país muy pobre y castigado por el mayor bloqueo de la historia, pero tiene una mortandad infantil menor a la de Estados Unidos, una esperanza de vida mayor a la de ese imperio económico que presume de ser el ejemplo a seguir, la mayor proporción de médicos del mundo además de un buen sistema educativo gratuito y universal.
Cuba ha demostrado lo evidente, si se la compara con cualquier país capitalista (y no bloqueado,por cierto) de su entorno geográfico-histórico-económico: Para la mayoría de una población, el reparto de la riqueza es mejor a su acumulación.El sistema socialista es mejor que el capitalista.
El capitalismo es acumulación de riqueza y la dictadura de los derechos del capital y de los capitalistas sobre los derechos del trabajo y de los trabajadores. En el mundo el capitalismo y su modo de producción y distribución mata, sólo de hambre, cada año a más de 10.000.000 de personas en la Hambruna Permanente Capitalista (datos de la ONU de más de 25.000 muertos diarios).Si a ese fallecimiento de inocentes, sobre todo de niños y ancianos, sumamos los de las guerras capitalistas (provocadas por la injusticia social o directamente para la apropiación de materias primas) y sumamos los fallecimientos por enfermedades curables, obtenemos que el genocidio capitalista de los pobres del mundo está matando a más de 400.000.000 millones de personas cada 10 años (100.000.000 sólo de hambre según la ONU).EL CAPITALISMO ES EL RÉGIMEN MÁS ASESINO Y TERRIBLEMENTE GENOCIDA , QUE HA EXISTIDO JAMÁS EN LA HISTORIA HUMANA.
Cuba is a nation of the third world. Cuba is a small State, very poorly, but one has managed to place in the position 51 in the IDH (Index of Human Development) between all the countries of the world.
The UNO says that Cuba has a HUMAN HIGH DEVELOPMENT in spite of the manipulation that the CIA does with the numbers that the government yankee delivers him the Organization of United Nations and that the UNO uses for its statistics (the GDP of Cuba is manipulated by the CIA that decides the numbers that must be in use, as indicated by the own UNO in this statistical information)
Cuba, a country very poor and punished by the major economic blockade of the history, has an infantile minor mortality to that of The United States and a life expectancy bigger than that of this economic empire, the doctors' major proportion of the world and a good educational system.
Cuba has demonstrated the evident thing, if she is compared with any capitalist country (in addition not blocked) of its geographical environment : For the majority of a population, the distribution of the richness is better to its accumulation. The socialist system is better than the capitalist.The socialism of the communists is more effective, more efficient and superior to the capitalism.
The capitalism is accumulation of richness and dictatorship of the rights of the capital and of the capitalists on the labour laws and of the workers. The capitalism with its accumulation of richness and its way of production, bush in the world, only of hunger, every year to more than 10.000.000 of poor persons in the Permanent Capitalist Famine (information of the UNO of more than 25.000 daily dead men) .Si to this death of innocent, especially of children and elders, we add the murdered ones in the capitalist wars (provoked by the social injustice or directly for the appropriation of raw materials) and we add the deaths for curable diseases, obtain that the capitalist genocide of the poor of the world is killing more than 400.000.000 million persons every 10 years (100.000.000 only of hunger according to the UN).
THE CAPITALISM IS THE MOST KILLER REGIME(DIET) THAT HAS NEVER EXISTED IN THE HUMAN HISTORY.
It's the steamy summer of 2016 in Washington, D.C. just days before the Democratic National Convention. A long and painful recession has left ordinary Americans suffering, spawning the hottest Presidential Contest in history. Jack Canon, a man born into privilege, a witness to great social injustice is going to be President of the United States--no matter what! Desperate and corrupt, the leader of the free world orders a hit to slow him down. The plan backfires--the wrong people are dead--a manhunt points to the unthinkable--The President of the United States.
Rewind one year, Jack's focus on redistribution of wealth and energy has made him powerful enemies. Once his friends, Rogue Billionaires, Oil Sheiks, the Mob, all want him gone. The current President wants him alive--thinking he can win against an unabridged liberal. A Universal Raw Nerve of wealth vs. poverty is exposed becoming a thrill ride as deep machinations of espionage, geo-politics and deception, even murder play out. Kind and charismatic, Jack's just naughty enough to have you falling for him like one of his loving circle of loyal friends. Of course he's flawed, a dedicated family man, faithful to one woman, but in love with two. Is it his fault his best friend is impossibly jaw dropping beautiful? Think the crime and passion of the Godfather meets the romance and innocence of Camelot. A story that could spark a movement, a book that can seed a revolution. A heart thumping climax so shocking you'll pull the covers and draw the shades! One things for sure, through all the drama and suspense, you'll be pulling for Jack!
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This is a video I made using the classic Marvin Gaye song, "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)". At the beginning of the video, I wanted to throw the viewer right into the time frame of the video flashing the notable leaders who were assassinated during the 1960s such as MLK, Malcolm X, JFK and Robert Kennedy. The rest of the video was used to try and enhance Marvin's lyrics of poverty, racial tension, the Vietnam War and other issues of that specific time. Its ironic how some of these same issues still exist today only through different titles of propaganda. I hope you enjoy and take care.
The killing of Eugene Terre'blanche, the South African white far-right leader, has raised fears of racial strains 16 years after the end of apartheid. With deep social and economic injustice, can the wounds of the past ever be healed?
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Reparando Guatemala -- a stunning country devastated by 36 years of civil war violence, corruption & chaos. Now meet fall in love with the champions who embrace the intense pain of their past to repair the next generation. Truly inspiring.
"Ain't No Reason" is a powerful song and now an equally compelling video.
Directed by Clair Carre.
A brief description of the video from Brett himself:
"It is our routines and our comforts that allow us to ignore social issues. For some of us, it is our privilege to be ignorant. This video tells the story of social issues challenging our privileges and entering our routines making them impossible to ignore. Social injustice cannot be ignored when you are forced to deal with them. That is the idea behind this video.
What would happen if you were forced to deal with something that you may think has nothing to do with you? If suddenly the world's problems came into your
own home? You would have to realize that you are connected to everything and everyone one earth."
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R U K H S A T(Review by Usman Khawaja)
For whom the bell tolls
The debut by Simi Garewal as writer director is a showcase for Mithun's talent as a cold, mercenary, contract killer who is on the verge of spiritual death but finds salvation in the form of platonic love, which redeems him and the movie of its flaws as well.
The brilliant director takes the impossible themes underage premarital pregnancy and savage world of contract killing and turns it into a humane tail of spiritual love.
The movie stands out from the crowd of average Bollywood thrillers by its conception of a botched love affair which creates a monster out of a decent youth because of social injustice, yet even after his numerous offences and cold blooded murders he manages to find his spiritual soul secondary to an enchanting twist in the meticulously written script by Simi, which is only flawed by a mediocre soundtrack by Anu Malik and some mixed action sequences which border from good to bad by Devgan.
Yet Simi and Mithun bring a raw vitality to the story of a man who is trying to salvage the remnants of his soul and Mithun is intensely irresistible first as the mercenary killer and then as the repentant lover who will stop at nothing to protect the ones he loves.
The paternal love of a man has never been so beautifully captured as by Mithun silent love for his daughter who believes him to be her best friend.
The rest of the cast are good too mainly Mark Zuber as the intended victim as well as Anuradha as the ex-lover who performs with a quiet dignity in her debut role, but I wish the extremely talented Amrish Puri could have done better then the stereotyped villain he turns out to be in the end although he performs well initially, his role in the later part borders onto a caricature which diminishes the movie as a whole.
The title justifies its meaning of departure in more then one way by saying farewell to the stylised gangsters of Indian cinema and the unconventional finale where the title vividly springs to life in a great tragic moment, though it could have been a classic if more attention had been given to the production design, action sequences and the music, but as it is its enough to redeem this movie of its flaws mainly because of a bravura performance by Mithun where his evolution from good to and evil man and then from the clutches of darkness to the salvation of truth saves the soul of this intense love story, as well as works as an effective thriller, a laudable effort by a debutante female director, though one wishes Simi could have defined some of the other characters in as credible a manner as Mithun's contract killer, but then it is easy to be charmed by Mithun's spontaneous energy and raw talent to forget the others, and for that very reason I believe Simi can be forgiven the few obvious flaws in this admirable effort.
By: Usman Khawaj
Heaven Shall Burn is a metalcore band from Germany. They combine an aggressive metal sound with lyrics that show a militant support of anti-racism and fighting social injustice. This is taken from the concert at the "De Lantaarn" in Hellendoorn on sunday 30 march 2008 in Holland.
Matthias Voigt - Drums
Maik Weichert - Guitars
Eric Bischoff - Bass
Alexander Dietz - Guitars
For 30 years, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been not only biting the hand that feeds them but chewing it up and spitting it out as well. With tunes like 'Don't Do Me Like That', and 'I Won't Back Down', Tom Petty isn't shy about standing up for himself. Although his defiant attitude may have clashed with the music Industry through the years, it's that same spirit that has made his career flourish. Fast Focus showcases an Outlaw who continues to sing about moral decay and social Injustice. ...
Kim Ki-duk's 2001 film "Address Unknown" presents a political allegory of modern Korea by referencing post-war trauma through local characters set in a U.S. military base town in rural area near the border with N.Korea in 1970.
The physical and emotional scars of past violence reveal current victimisation re-enacting social injustice. Cold War militarism and the U.S. presence shatter the lives of three young people and the community as they internalise the destruction of their lives.