Monthly Archives: December 2012

Continuum: The Future Is In Their Hands (review)

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by Alexander Lloyd Curran The politics of (against) Time. Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols), a Vancouver City Protective Services officer, is transported from the year 2077 to 2012 when eight resistance members, known as Liber8, escape execution through time travel. With … Continue reading

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Eurasia and Europe: Dialogue of “Big Spaces”

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by Natella Speranskaya Carl Schmitt regarded the earth as a single whole and was looking for its global mission. This “whole” was formed by Schmitt in the concept of Nomos. He used the Greek word derived from the verb «nemein», … Continue reading

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Letters From Iwo Jima (a review)

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by Alexander Lloyd Curran ”For our homeland. Until the very last man. Our duty is to stop the enemy right here. Do not expect to return home alive.” The story of the battle of Iwo Jima between the United States … Continue reading

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Chavez by Eva Golinger

The first time I met Hugo Chavez was at the United Nations in New York in January 2003. He asked me my name, as if we were chatting between friends just getting to know each other. When I told him … Continue reading

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The Hobbit: Reclaiming our Homeland. Our Home.

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a movie review by Alexander Lloyd Curran “I know you doubt me. I know you always have. I often think of Bag End. That’s where I belong. That’s home. You don’t have one. It was taken from you, but I … Continue reading

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Brazil Resists: The Austral Manifesto

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  CALL TO ARMS   Let our voice be heard by all corners of Austral America. Through all valleys, mountains, forests, grasslands, tundra, and cities, shall be heard the voice of the emergent people, full of wrath and tired of … Continue reading

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