How the Republicans caved to Putin. The whole party, not just Trump.
one must contemplate if The Social Dilemma is to inhumane technology what “stakeholder capitalism” is to inhumane capitalism.
The following article analyzes the events that took place between June 12th to July 14th at the occupation of a Wendy’s in Atlanta, the site of Rayshard Brooks’ murder by the Atlanta Police Department. Over the course of this this month, a strange in-between world formed around the burned intestines of a fast food restaurant. In it, we saw one of the most militant examples of Black struggle in the country. The exemplary character of the struggle at the Wendy’s allowed the authors to experience some of the most powerful interventions—and some of the most dangerous limitations—that American rebellion confronts today. In what follows, the authors focus on three dimensions of this conflict: the effect of Black (militant) leadership, fatalism and paranoia as constitutive conditions of the event, and the function of guns and lethal force in unfolding conflict.
Question Remains... Why is it that the @DalaiLama has a pattern of meeting and acknowledging dubious if not criminal individuals?
Oh he didn't know.. That's the answer right?
He is a global figure, cannot verify everyone he meets? But can preface Raniere's book and appear at his events, for how much money?
Something is rotten and not amount of Buddhist Intelligencia is going to change that.
A lot of people are global figures and they don't necessarily meet with the pedocriminals and ethical guru's that end up in jail for a century.
Certainly, it's in the interest of the Kashag to verify who and what it directly or indirectly legitimate and elevate, certainly when you are a global ethic leader such as the DL, you ought to have a system to make sure your many realizations are not high jacked by parasites and pervert narcissistic individuals.
And if you don't have any such system, what does it say about your real intentions?