League of the South Chieftain Talks ‘Race War’ | Hatewatch

“We Southern nationalists do not want a race war (or any sort of war). But if one is forced on us, we’ll participate,” wrote Hill on the LOS website. “Southern whites are geared up and armed to the teeth.”

Such statements may come as a shock, given the fact that the LOS has spent much of the last two years attempting to promote its message to “regular” southerners through the use of mainstream, conservative messaging on issues such as “traditional marriage” and the “demographic displacement of southerners.” Of course, that was never a very honest presentation. After all, Hill is the same man who at a Georgia LOS meeting in 2011 urged his constituents to begin stocking up on AK-47s, hollow-point bullets, and, most remarkably, tools to derail trains.

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Australia PM adviser says climate change is ‘UN-led ruse to establish new world order’ – Telegraph

 Climate change is a hoax developed as part of a secret plot by the United Nations to undermine democracies and takeover the world, a top adviser to Tony Abbott, Australia’s prime minister, has warned.

Maurice Newman, the chief business adviser to the prime minister, said the science showing links between human activity and the warming climate was wrong but was being used as a “hook” by the UN to expand its global control.

“This is not about facts or logic. It’s about a new world order under the control of the UN,” he wrote in The Australian.

“It is opposed to capitalism and freedom and has made environmental catastrophism a household topic to achieve its objective.” Born in Ilford, England, and educated in Australia, Mr Newman, a staunch conservative and former chairman of the Australian Stock Exchange, has long been an outspoken critic of climate change science.

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Janice Suhji Lucha Libre

Janice Suhji is currently working on a project that involves home-made Luchador masks and vintage dresses in order to commemorate every woman who is fighting the unseen fight, taking her stand as a woman in this world. From hijabs, wedding veils, to recent beating of Pussy Riot in Sochi, Russia, mask has been and still is playing a significant role in the history of women.

In Máscara Contra Máscara, process is everything. First, comes the thrifting of feminine and domestic-looking dresses. Then, Suhji applies a skill that traditionally has always been a woman’s responsibility–sewing–in making one of the most masculine and violent symbols, a Mexican wrestling mask, that would go with the dress. Each home-made mask has its own wrestler name, is photographed on a female model, in an environment where the woman is camouflaged with the background. Each final image is a composite of minimum twelve photographs.

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Robert Reich: To Play the Game or Change the Game – Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics

Robert Reich: To Play the Game or Change the Game – Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics.

In fact, Americans made only one percent of the products that generated Nike’s $27.8 billion revenue last year. And Nike is moving ever more of its production abroad. Last year, a third of Nike’s remaining 13,922 American production workers were laid off.

Most of Nike’s products are made by 990,000 workers in low-wage countries whose abysmal working conditions have made Nike a symbol of global sweatshop labor.

As wages have risen in China, Nike has switched most of its production to Vietnam where wages are less than sixty cents are hour. Almost 340,000 workers cut and assemble Nike products there.

In other words, Nike is a global corporation with no particular loyalty or connection to the United States. Its loyalty is to its global shareholders.

After Nearly Claiming His Life, Ebola Lurked in a Doctor’s Eye – NYTimes.com

After Nearly Claiming His Life, Ebola Lurked in a Doctor’s Eye – NYTimes.com.

“I think the cure was Ian’s own immune system,” Dr. Varkey said, explaining that he suspected the treatments had reduced Dr. Crozier’s symptoms and helped preserve his sight long enough for his immune system to kick in and clear out the virus — just as supportive care during the worst phase of his initial illness had kept him alive until his natural defenses could take over.