Monthly Archives: September 2010

WILL U.S. SUPREME COURT EXEMPT CORPORATIONS FROM ALIEN TORT LAW—EVEN AS U.S. STATES CAN STILL BE BROUGHT TO COURT?


By Kevin Stoda  “So long as they incorporate, businesses will now be free to trade in or exploit slaves, employ mercenary armies to do dirty work for despots, perform genocides or operate torture prisons for a despot’s political opponents, or … Continue reading

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Right Wing and Nazi-Links


THIS ARTICLE LINKS NAZI QUOTES TO RIGHT WING MEDIA MOSTLY http://mediamatters.org/research/201009280022 The right-wing media’s selective outrage over Nazi references Right-wing media have criticized comments by NAACP President Ben Jealous in which he discussed “all the hatred” in the media and … Continue reading

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Protest FBI Raids and Harassment of Antiwar Activists!!!


http://www.justice.gov/oig/special/s1009r.pdf The following message was sent by United for Peace and Justice (www.unitedforpeace.org), the antiwar coalition to which HAW belongs.  It includes a list of demonstrations planned by local groups in approximately 20 different cities over the next few days … Continue reading

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TEACHER’S DAY TAIWAN and other memories


Curiosity Campaigns are Good for Education and the World By Kevin Stoda, international educator on TEACHERS DAY in Taiwan NOTE:  Taiwan and China celebrate a day for teachers in September each year.  In Taiwan it always falls on the 28th … Continue reading

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The Knots Prayer


The Knots Prayer Dear God, please untie the knots that are in my mind, my heart and my life. Remove the have nots, the can nots and the do nots that I have in my mind. Erase the will nots, … Continue reading

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Why have German-, Italian- and Latin American Internment during WWII been kept out of the USA History books?


Why have German-, Italian- and Latin American Internment during WWII been kept out of the USA History books? By Kevin Anthony Stoda I have a lot of Germanic blood on both sides of my family.  Previously, I have written on … Continue reading

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RETHINKING GLOBAL LABOR, Part 1


RETHINKING GLOBAL LABOR, Part 1   Kevin Stoda, http://www.opednews.com/Diary/Defining-a-Right-to-Move-R-by-Kevin-Anthony-Stod-100925-624.html I am starting to promote at this website a forum on international labor and movement (of all peoples) and related issues.  In order to do this, I am beginning to share … Continue reading

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ARTICLE 13 of DECLARATION of HUMAN–another example of the growing numbers of experts promoting reinterpretation


Defining a Right to Move? Reflections on “Ethics of Migration” Conference By James Farrer, Devin T. Stewart January 6, 2010 Credit: Ariel Kaplan (CC). The goal of declaring a “right to move” proved elusive at a two-day symposium on immigration … Continue reading

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Two FUJIAN PROVINCES


This article is part of a series of articles on borders, border lands, divided states, divided cities and divided worlds. http://www.opednews.com/articles/WILL-THE-BORDERS-BETWEEN-C-by-Kevin-Anthony-Stod-100922-783.html   2 FUJIAN PROVINCES By Kevin Stoda, on the Matsu Islands During the Cold War, there were two Yemens, … Continue reading

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Collapse of Open Borders Opportunity in North America 2010


WILL THE BORDERS BETWEEN CANADA, THE USA, AND MEXICO BECOME HARDER AND HARDER TO CROSS OVER THIS NEXT DECADE? By  Kevin Stoda In the past, I have written extensively on borders, border crossings and peoples who live there lives on … Continue reading

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