Abby Martin sits down with Dr. Stein to look at how her career in medicine helped her diagnose the United States’ “multi-organ failure,” and why her ideas pose such a threat to Empire.”
In America today, federal, state and local governments are dysfunctional.
“How can we create a sustainable green future that includes economic equity and social justice?”
“How can agendas for economic rights and environmental protection become more integrated and more successful?”
We are part of a global movement for peace, freedom and justice… Peace activism became more active in the United States between 1945 and today… Everyday people oppose arbitrary American aggression … Continue reading
“When officers break the law and abuse their communities , they do not have a right to go home after a shift to their families and friends. Police who abuse their neighbors and exceed their authority should be subject to the same laws which apply to anyone else. This includes officers who observe and ignore these crimes.”
It is time to stand up for the people: the Standing Rock Sioux
This assault on native American tribes is illegal, immoral and an abomination. This is not who we are. Resist!
Common sense an ability to perceive, understand, and judge things shared by nearly all people without need for debate.
November 3, 2016: Riot Police Attack and Injure Over 100 People Defending Standing Rock Burial Grounds
Please get involved. Native American People are trying to defend our water. * https://thewordsmithcollection.wordpress.com/2016/11/01/stein-stands-with-standing-rock-sioux/
“We salute the courageous people of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation and their allies who are standing up to protect their land and our future on Earth from the poisonous fossil fuel industry and an economy that puts corporate profits over people and planet,” said Stein.
There is a difference between luck and skill…
For Albert King and Stevie Ray, find the courage to vote for Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka. Securing Peace, People, Planet and Progress is not too much to ask.
We can change our “luck.”