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No Nukes! President Obama Keep Your Promise!

It was President Obama who created the expectation that our country would lead a global effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons.  In his Prague speech in April, 20009 he committed the U.S. 415 more words

Peace Action

Review: 'Empire of the Sun' by J.G. Ballard

I have to confess I didn’t know much about the Japanese and Chinese involvement in World War Two at all prior to reading ‘Empire of the Sun’, and that has to be its main appeal: its detailed insight into life in the East during this horrific period of history. 463 more words

Book Reviews

Video: Hashima Island

HASHIMA, Japan, 2002 documentary version from Thomas Nordanstad on Vimeo.

We found this interesting video on Hashima Island off the coast of Nagasaki. The island was built up starting the 1880s to provide housing for a coal mining operation. 54 more words

History

Nuclear weapons and the American agenda -- "coercive foreign policy instruments" intended for actual use

By John Steinbach

Global Research, June 26, 2015

Global Research 17 July 2002

This article published by Global Research in 2002 focusses on the role of nuclear war as a means to enforcing a coercive and extremist US foreign policy agenda. 5,886 more words

สรุปทริปคิวชู

ผมไปเที่ยวเกาะคิวชู (九州) เป็นเวลา 6 วัน (เที่ยวจริง 5 วัน) กับโปรขากลับบาทเดียวของ Jetstar มาครับ ก็ไปตั้งแต่วันที่ 17 ถึง 22 มิถุนายนที่ผ่านมานี่เอง นี่เป็นการเที่ยวญี่ปุ่นครั้งที่ 3 ของผมและเป็นการเที่ยวญี่ปุ่นคนเดียวครั้งแรกครับ 204 more words

Diary

Life Is Nothing But Good-Byes

I used to think people get into religion because they know that life is way too short. And when the end comes it is final. They’re looking for a way out of that. 294 more words

Photography

Harold Agnew and the Plutonium Core

Original 8″ x 10′ acrylic painting on thick, acid-free paper.

Harold Agnew was an American physicist who flew as a scientific observer on the Hiroshima bombing mission. 66 more words

Art