My Bookmarx 01/21/2012
21 يناير 2012 بواسطة Tamer Mowafy
Egyptian anarchists seek self-governed society
The word ‘anarchy’ in Greek means “no authority.” Anarchists’ central belief is that “no man is good enough to be another man’s master,” and that “good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws.”
Egypt’s Military Ruler Told Carter Video of Soldiers Stomping on Woman Was Fake – NYTimes.com
During a conversation with former President Jimmy Carter last week, Egypt’s current head of state, Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, claimed that widely circulated video images of soldiers beating, stripping and kicking a female protester on the pavement of Tahrir Square last month were entirely fake.
Opportunity still has racial hue | ajc.com
At the march on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke these now famous words: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
Unions to world leaders: Choose “jobs” or “social collapse” » peoplesworld
GENEVA, Switzerland – The world’s unions are delivering a strong message to international political and business leaders: Create jobs – millions of jobs – or face the consequences.
Cooperatives Are the Fabric of Your Community | Sequachee Valley Electric Cooperative
Last year, the U.S. Senate―building off similar action by the United Nations General Assembly―designated 2012 as International Year of Cooperatives. As a result, cooperatives everywhere are celebrating our unique not-for-profit, member-owned and -controlled business model.
Egypt: $3.2bn may not be enough | beyondbrics | News and views on emerging markets from the Financial Times – FT.com
Egypt’s long-awaited talks with the International Monetary Fund started on Monday on a possible $3.2bn loan.
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