Browsing Archive: October, 2011

From the DEA to the Immune System Boosting DHEA and Heart Coherence

Posted by I.I. on Tuesday, October 18, 2011, In : Heart Matters 

I love the articles by the Asia Online journalist Pepe Escobar (1, picture) and I intend to read everything that he has written, at least what he has written on-line. I have posted a number of interviews of Escobar at my youtube-channel WolkenZwemmer (2) in which he gives his perspective on international politics.

In an article called 'The Occupy Iran Fast and Furious Plot (extended)'(3) he presents a tongue-in-cheek account of the incredible incredulousness of the allegations that Iran wou...
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Moors and Feeding the Long Term Memory

Posted by Introput on Thursday, October 6, 2011, In : Moors 

This morning I brought my daughter to school and in the class I saw one of her classmates holding a book on the Moors. In an attempt to stimulate this little boy to read that book I told him about their North-African descent and that they had been to Spain somewhere long ago.

This small event made my mind jump to the tendency of modern day people to just 'google' for just about anything, sometimes even added with the comment: "Why would I memorize anything, if I only know where to find it, tha...
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Tuareg and Tarragon's Dragon

Posted by Introput on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, In : Libya 

The aim of this site is to stimulate people to go within after reading a number of paragraphs on some internet-page. To use information as a stimulus for contemplation, as a means to combat the relentless external mind-fragmenting jumping-arounds which are so common when you visit our dear internet.

Like I have said before (1) I have grown aware of this externalising, energy-brokering style of internet-usage due to my Libya-contagion. In order to turn within I want to read articles in a much m...
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Al-Shabab and Baba Kebap

Posted by Introput on Monday, October 3, 2011, In : Somalia 

I have been arduously following NATO's coup in Libya since the bombing campaign started off in march 2011. I feel very sad about NATO's offensive against the people in Sirte and how they only seem to protect civilians who support them and their Rebels on the ground. But, after six months I noticed that it can usurp too much time, which I would have liked to spend in another way.

One of the biggest disadvantages was that there are so many developments every day that I was inclined to spend too ...
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