Daily Archives: September 3, 2014

Experts Warn of ‘Inevitable’ Fukushima Disaster in California – commentary

Experts Warn of ‘Inevitable’ Fukushima Disaster in California 

ANTHONY GUCCIARDI
NATURAL SOCIETY / Nation of Change – Wednesday 3 September 2014
 
A ‘new Fukushima’ nuclear power plant is located in California right on nearby faults that have actually been found to be more dangerous than previously thought. There is no telling how much of a lethal blow would be dealt to humanity if this nuclear plant follows in Fukushima’s nuclear plants’ footsteps.

FukushimaSince the catastrophic meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in March of 2011 irreparably altered the state of the planet for the known future, the incident has been shrouded in nothing but bureaucratic cover ups and government-backed disinformation. Now, within our own borders, top experts turned whistleblowers are warning of a nuclear nightmare that could surpass Fukushima and Chernobyl alike by leaps and bounds.  Continue reading

Book Launch: Indian-Caribbean Test Cricketers ….- By Frank Birbalsingh – Toronto -Sept 27, 2014

PAKARAIMA
Guyanese Canadian Writers and Artists Association –   9th Annual Literary Dinner

Book Launch and Special Guest Reader:

 Indian-Caribbean Test Cricketers and the Quest for Identity –  By Frank Birbalsingh

Dinner with Poetry, Stories, Book Launch & Special Guest Reader

 DATE:            Saturday, September 27, 2014             Dinner: $20.00/Person

      TIME:             5:00 – 9:00 PM         (Vegetarian / Halal food served)

LOCATION:  Twilight Family Restaurant

      55 Nugget Ave Scarborough –  Unit 12,  Scarborough  Ontario Canada
(401 and McCowan North just after Sheppard Ave) –  (Parking / access to Restaurant at rear)

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“Isaiah” – Poem by Jean “Binta” Breeze

Three Worlds One Vision

Dead Palestinian Children - Gaza - July 2014

Dead Palestinian Children – Gaza – July 2014
Photo Credit: Aanirfan Blogspot

 

In my Poetry Corner this month, in remembrance of over 500 Palestinian children who died in the 2014 Israeli-Palestinian 50-Day War, I feature the poem “Isaiah” by Jamaican dub poet Jean “Binta” Breeze. Her chosen African middle name ‘Binta’ means ‘close to the heart.’

Brought up by her grandparents, peasant farmers in the hills of rural Jamaica, Jean “Binta” Breeze lived as a Rastafarian – commonly known as Rasta in Jamaica – during the early years of her life.

Rooted in a blend of Ethiopian-Hebrew-Christian spirituality, Rastafarians worship Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia (1930-1974), as their spiritual leader. They regard Ethiopia, considered the birthplace of humanity, as their Zion: a utopia of unity, peace, and freedom. In contrast, Babylon is the degenerate society of materialism, oppression, and sensual pleasures.

To commemorate the Millennium, BBC Radio invited…

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