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Lindisfarne ~ Meet Me On The Corner

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World War 3: The Crimean Crisis - Ukraine, Russia, the European Union and the United States

Stefan Molyneux speaks with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts about the Crimean Crisis, the showdown with Vladimir Putin, the Ukraine political situation and the growing conflict between Russia, the European Union and the United States.

Text 18 Apr 2 notes The Forgotten Coup - How Australia Became Washington’s Puppet

Washington’s role in the fascist putsch against an elected government in Ukraine will surprise only those who watch the news and ignore the historical record. Since 1945, dozens of governments, many of them democracies, have met a similar fate, usually with bloodshed.

Nicaragua is one of the poorest countries on earth with fewer people than Wales, yet under the reformist Sandinistas in the 1980s it was regarded in Washington as a “strategic threat”. The logic was simple; if the weakest slipped the leash, setting an example, who else would try their luck?

The great game of dominance offers no immunity for even the most loyal US “ally”. This is demonstrated by perhaps the least known of Washington’s coups — in Australia. The story of this forgotten coup is a salutary lesson for those governments that believe a “Ukraine” or a “Chile” could never happen to them.

Australia’s deference to the United States makes Britain, by comparison, seem a renegade. During the American invasion of Vietnam — which Australia had pleaded to join — an official in Canberra voiced a rare complaint to Washington that the British knew more about US objectives in that war than its antipodean comrade-in-arms. The response was swift: “We have to keep the Brits informed to keep them happy. You are with us come what may.”

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tri-ciclo:

Alone ( Walter de la Mare )Blair Hughes-Stantonwood engraving, 1927

blackdogbarri:

tri-ciclo:


Alone ( 
Walter de la Mare )
Blair Hughes-Stanton
wood engraving, 1927

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once-upon-an-astronaut:

So love the one you hold
And I will be your gold
To have and to hold
A lover of the light

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Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues

Photo 17 Apr 5 notes Termite Mound, Etosha - the top had been knocked off (probably by an elephant) and the termites built a new one …

Termite Mound, Etosha - the top had been knocked off (probably by an elephant) and the termites built a new one …

Photo 17 Apr 127 notes hookersorcake:

After three days in the desert I asked the dream owl. It wasn’t a question so much as it was a prayer, so much as it was a song.
How long does our love have to wander searching for water. How lonely do we have to get before we realize we’ve never been alone?
It was high noon and owl answered me in the middle of the casino. In front of everyone its black shadow glittered upon me. It tore me open and I sang an aria of bloody grief. The slot machines cried out in unison and everybody won, even the losers. Especially the losers. They were the only ones who knew.

hookersorcake:

After three days in the desert I asked the dream owl. It wasn’t a question so much as it was a prayer, so much as it was a song.

How long does our love have to wander searching for water. How lonely do we have to get before we realize we’ve never been alone?

It was high noon and owl answered me in the middle of the casino. In front of everyone its black shadow glittered upon me. It tore me open and I sang an aria of bloody grief. The slot machines cried out in unison and everybody won, even the losers. Especially the losers. They were the only ones who knew.

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Stone The Crows - On The Highway [1972]

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Going back to a simpler life based on living by sufficiency rather than excess is not a step backward. Rather, returning to a simpler way allows us to regain our dignity, puts us in touch with the land, and makes us value human contact again.
— 

Yvon Chouinard

:::reblogging for the third time as a reminder to myself to slow it down:::

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