Cynthia McKinney: Gus Savage on the Facts About Israel Lobby and How it Controls Congress

04 Inter-State Conflict, 07 Other Atrocities, 08 Wild Cards, 10 Transnational Crime, Civil Society, Corruption, Cultural Intelligence, Government, IO Deeds of War, Officers Call, Peace Intelligence
Cynthia McKinney

Gus Savage Speaks in the U.S. Congress About the Powerful Israel Lobby: Laying Out the Facts

PBI: There is no better description — by a serving Member of Congress — of the perfidy of AIPAC as  the lead for illegal lobbying and financial crime on behalf of Israel against Members of Congress who fail to pledge to support Israel First instead of America First.

CounterPunch: Dawn of the Dead – Why US Politics Cannot Be Reformed

Civil Society, Corruption, Cultural Intelligence, Government

Tip of the Hat to Berto Jongman

Dawn of the Dead: Why American Politics Can’t be Reformed

The dominant political parties in the U.S. have assumed absolute control over electoral processes at a time when the power of concentrated wealth has been solidified. The result is an all or nothing political process where who it is that perpetuates this system of upward distribution is the only open question.

Tom Atlee: Anarchy + Wholeness = Panarchy

Civil Society, Cultural Intelligence, Ethics, Government
Tom Atlee

Where anarchy meets wholeness – a new vision of “panarchy”

Whereas anarchy refers to no one in charge, panarchy can refer to everyone and everything in charge – a kind of self-organized order that arises out of the whole taking care of the whole. There are a number of ways that can happen. Exploring them can help clarify the strengths and weaknesses of traditional views of anarchy and the resources we have available for healthy participation in healthy living systems.

Transpartisan Alliance: Why and How to Bring the Environmental and Peace Movements Together

Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, Ethics

Why and How to Bring Environmental and Peace Movements Together

Tiny fractions of U.S. military spending could end hunger, the lack of clean water, and various diseases globally. While converting to clean energy could pay for itself in healthcare savings, the funds with which to do it are there, many times over, in the U.S. military budget. One airplane program, the F-35, could be canceled and the funds used to convert every home in the United States to clean energy.

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