My Bookmarx 12/29/2011
29 ديسمبر 2011 بواسطة Tamer Mowafy
Alaa Abdel Fattah, Egyptian Blogger and Critic of Military Regime, Speaks Out After Months in Jail
Alaa Abdel Fattah, a prominent Egyptian revolutionary activist and blogger, has been released from prison after nearly two months behind bars.
Protestation.org Blog » The World Of Free Energy
In the late 1880′s, trade journals in the electrical sciences were predicting free electricity and free energy in the near future. Incredible discoveries about the nature of electricity were becoming common place. Nikola Tesla was demonstrating “wireless lighting” and other wonders associated with high frequency currents. There was an excitement about the future like never before.
Half of America In Poverty? The Facts Say It’s True | Common Dreams
Recent reports suggest that almost 50% of Americans are in poverty or at a “low income” level. The claim is based on a new supplemental measure by the Census Bureau that includes health care, transportation, and other essential living expenses in the poverty calculation.
Egypt’s Women of the Revolution! – A List of Martyrs, Mothers, Activists for 2011
Some of the women behind the revolution in Egypt
Degrading, de-humanising, and discredited: The UK prison pressure cooker on the boil | libcom.org
The UK prison population has reached yet another record high, and many of the issues that led to the Strangeway’s riot of 1990 are back on the rise. The prison system is a thoroughly discredited institution that brutalises people, and makes them career criminals, and social outcasts. If you are under 25, an ethnic minority, and poor, you had better watch out, or you may find yourself in the ‘big house’.
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