Monthly Archives: July 2010

Starving for Justice

STARVING FOR JUSTICE. Guest story by George Rolph Writing in the Independent Johann Hari reported on July 2nd 2010 how Goldman Sachs and “its swarm of Wall Street allies” had been causing massive starvation and riots around the world by trading contracts made between farmers and traders as futures on the stock exchange.  (You can read his excellent piece here:  http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/johann-hari/johann-hari-how-goldman-gambled-on-starvation-2016088.html  ) In the article referenced above you can read the story of Abiba Getaneh. She is an Ethiopian mother. Pay attention to what she had to say about her hunger: “I felt like battery acid had been poured into my stomach as I starved….” She goes on to talk … Continue reading

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Mother sues son she abandoned

This is outrageous! Mother sues son she abandoned B.C. woman, 71, seeks support from children under archaic statute By Denise Ryan, Postmedia News July 25, 2010 The Edmonton Journal When Ken Anderson was just 15, his mother, Shirley, made it clear: She didn’t want him anymore. Ken’s father, a long-haul trucker, had been transferred from Osoyoos, B.C., to the province’s Kootenay region. Although their marriage was rocky, Shirley followed, taking her second-youngest son, Darryl, with her. Ken was left behind. Ken had plenty of time to think about it as he wiped bug splatter off car windshields and pumped gas, lucky to pick up some shifts at the local gas … Continue reading

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Male Power?

Male Power? Why is changing a light bulb always a guy’s job? Because women have more important things to do – like making men feel useful and important by giving them things to do, like changing light bulbs. How many divorced men does it take to change a light bulb? None. They never get the house anyway. — Edmonton Journal, 2007 08 28, p. B2, Venting (more at edmontonjournal.com Online Extras – Venting) It will take quite some time yet, however, before a majority of society gets Warren Farrell’s message expressed in the following. One of the fascinating parts about men is our tendency to subject ourselves to war, physical … Continue reading

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Seven million visitors!

Seven million visitors! You may wish to consider what is being stated in this video: Research Biased Against Men We all know about male bashing on television. Sadly, there is a similar bias in mental health research. This video give a quick glimpse into three studies which show this anti-male bias. YouTube video by MenAreGood – 10 min. If you wonder where those two goodies (the photo and the link to the video) came from, there’s a lot more like them at this website. Enjoy… By the way, I happened to notice today that the website of Fathers for Life now ranks in 457,800th place of all websites in the … Continue reading

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