BDS Nominated For The 2018 Nobel Peace Prize: BDS Urges Apartheid State Of Israel To Comply With International Law & Human Rights

Political Vel Craft

Bjørnar Moxnes, a member of the Norwegian Parliament, has nominated the International Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement for this year’s Nobel Prize.

The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)-movement for Palestinian rights was yesterday formally nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian MP Bjørnar Moxness (Rødt). This nomination reflects the growing international solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for justice, dignity and freedom from the Israeli occupation.
The BDS Campaign is a Palestinian-led, international non-violent movement for freedom, equality and a just peace for the Palestinian people:

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Howard Zinn: On The Stupidity Of War

The GOLDEN RULE

This appeared on Facebook, is true, relevant but idealistic.

Perhaps if the mass media promoted anti-war themes, the people and governments would not react so mildly to the warmongering global destruction.

“Civilization”? Time to coin a new global term for our current human existence on Earth – instead of the Orwellian newspeak “war is peace” that we have adopted, perhaps  “The Age of the Psychopaths” is appropriate?

The Facebook post was an interview for a few minutes:

Here is a full-on speech.

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► “Hermes & Writing in Ancient Greece”: “Collaboration with Alan Severs”✍️.-

⚡️La Audacia de Aquiles⚡️

► “Hermes & Writing in Ancient Greece”: “Collaboration with Alan Severs”✍️:

Statue of Hermes/Mercury. Roman copy. 200 AD.


Summary:

“Hermes”, by W. B. Richmond. From “The magazine of art” vol. 9, 1886.

♠Divided into three sections, this article revolves around three main themes: Hermes, as The Greek God of Writing and his equivalents in other cultures; Plato´s derogatory ideas of writing, amidst the prevailing Oral Tradition; and how this eventually would change, as writing became a most accepted form, when the Greeks adopted the Phoenician Alphabet.

Greek God Hermes was the equivalent of the egyptian God Thoth, and from both of them resulted a Hybrid God: Hermes Trismegistus.

Hermes´roman counterpart was Mercury

In Norse Mythology, his Homologous figure was Odin.

Hermes and his associated figures are described in the first section.

♠The second section refers to Plato´s dialogue “Phaedrus”,

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► “Hermes & Writing in Ancient Greece”: “Collaboration with Alan Severs”✍️.-

⚡️La Audacia de Aquiles⚡️

► “Hermes & Writing in Ancient Greece”: “Collaboration with Alan Severs”✍️:

Statue of Hermes/Mercury. Roman copy. 200 AD.


Summary:

“Hermes”, by W. B. Richmond. From “The magazine of art” vol. 9, 1886.

♠Divided into three sections, this article revolves around three main themes: Hermes, as The Greek God of Writing and his equivalents in other cultures; Plato´s derogatory ideas of writing, amidst the prevailing Oral Tradition; and how this eventually would change, as writing became a most accepted form, when the Greeks adopted the Phoenician Alphabet.

Greek God Hermes was the equivalent of the egyptian God Thoth, and from both of them resulted a Hybrid God: Hermes Trismegistus.

Hermes´roman counterpart was Mercury

In Norse Mythology, his Homologous figure was Odin.

Hermes and his associated figures are described in the first section.

♠The second section refers to Plato´s dialogue “Phaedrus”,

View original post 2,689 more words