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Facebook and BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) are set to meet with Home Secretary Theresa May and other UK officials as the government investigates what roles the platforms played in organizing recent riots in London. When asked whether Twitter would be joining the talks, a spokesperson said merely, "We'd be happy to listen." Facebook's official statement read a little differently: "We look forward to meeting with the Home Secretary to explain the measures we have been taking to ensure that Facebook is a safe and positive platform in the UK at this challenging time." Facebook, RIM To Meet With UK Government Over Proposed Social Media Ban Facebook, RIM To Meet With UK Government Over Proposed Social Media Ban
www.spunk.org/texts/otherpol/critique/sp000713.txt www.spunk.org/texts/otherpol/critique/sp000713.txt LIBERTARIANISM: BOGUS ANARCHY Peter Sabatini A distinct mainstream movement specific to the United States, Libertarianism had its inception during the 1960s. In 1971 it formed into a political party and went on to make a strong showing in several elections.[1] Libertarianism is at times referred to as ``anarchism,'' and certain of its adherents call themselves ``anarchists,'' e.g., the economist James Buchanan.[2] More significant, the work of US individualist anarchists (Benjamin Tucker et al.) is cited by some Libertarians.[3] Accordingly, it may rightly be asked whether Libertarianism is in fact anarchism. Exactly what is the relationship between the two? To properly decide the question requires a synopsis of anarchist history. The chronology of anarchism within the United States corresponds to what transpired in Europe and other locations. An organized anarchist movement imbued with a revolutionary collectivist, then communist, orientation came to fruition in the late 1870s.
www.spunk.org/library/intro/sp000283.txt An Introduction to the Anarchist Movement - by Brian Crabtree - Anti-Copyright 1993: This work may be freely reproduced, by any means, in whole or in part, but may not be copyrighted by any other individual or corporate entity. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Anarchist Principles 2.1 Anarchist Ideals 3. www.spunk.org/library/intro/sp000283.txt
How to Talk to Little Girls I went to a dinner party at a friend’s home last weekend, and met her five-year-old daughter for the first time. Little Maya was all curly brown hair, doe-like dark eyes, and adorable in her shiny pink nightgown. I wanted to squeal, “Maya, you’re so cute! Look at you! Turn around and model that pretty ruffled gown, you gorgeous thing!” How to Talk to Little Girls
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Emma Goldman, Anarchism and Other Essays (Third revised edition, New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1917) Ever reviled, accursed, ne'er understood, Thou art the grisly terror of our age. "Wreck of all order," cry the multitude, "Art thou, and war and murder's endless rage." O, let them cry. To them that ne'er have striven The truth that lies behind a word to find, To them the word's right meaning was not given. Anarchism and Other Essays: Anarchism: What It Really Stands For Anarchism and Other Essays: Anarchism: What It Really Stands For
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Swearing to Make Your Point: A Tale of F**k and Sh*t Apparently I'm weird. I feel the complete opposite of a lot of people I'm seeing here. I actually find that people who are offended by swear words (or who think less of people for using them) are the immature ones. If you can't handle me using the words "fuck" or "shit" in reasonable context, then maybe you're not as mature as you think you are. It comes across (to me) as old-fashioned. Even more annoying are those who constantly harp on swearing as being inappropriate and indicative of a lack of intelligence but who use swearing replacement words like "darn", "shiz" or "frack". Swearing to Make Your Point: A Tale of F**k and Sh*t
Why Anti-Authoritarians are Diagnosed as Mentally Ill | Mad In America (Note: Read Bruce Levine’s latest post: Anti-Authoritarians and Schizophrenia: Do Rebels Who Defy Treatment Do Better? In my career as a psychologist, I have talked with hundreds of people previously diagnosed by other professionals with oppositional defiant disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, anxiety disorder and other psychiatric illnesses, and I am struck by (1) how many of those diagnosed are essentially anti-authoritarians, and (2) how those professionals who have diagnosed them are not. Anti-authoritarians question whether an authority is a legitimate one before taking that authority seriously. Evaluating the legitimacy of authorities includes assessing whether or not authorities actually know what they are talking about, are honest, and care about those people who are respecting their authority. Why Anti-Authoritarians are Diagnosed as Mentally Ill | Mad In America
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Get Free Legal Advice from Actual Lawyers at LegalAdvice.com. No, Really. Dear SirI had submitted resignation to join new bank.But bank after 15 days issued charge sheet and after rejected my resignation in august 98 I was compulsory retired from the services of bank on 19sept 1998 . In my case I hv evidence that no real enquiry was ever held . My appeal for reinstatement was pending .I was asked to submit letter with wordings: I MAY BE ALLOWED TO RESIGN IN CASE REINSTATED. I DID SUBMIT THIS LETTER on 19/12/98. Get Free Legal Advice from Actual Lawyers at LegalAdvice.com. No, Really.
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Eric Blair "It has been written" as the saying goes. For many generations there have been small groups of people who have researched and protested the criminal nature of our rulers who cast their disease on civilization. These activists screamed truth to the masses about humanity's hidden slavery, yet few listened. Dare to Prepare: Collapse of Civilization Now Guaranteed Dare to Prepare: Collapse of Civilization Now Guaranteed
And the nominees for the Push Girls hall of fame are… And the nominees for the Push Girls hall of fame are… Once you start looking, you see Push Girls everywhere. That’s what we learned when we asked fans on the PUSH GIRLS Facebook page, “Who’s your Push Girl?” After 215 nominees (and counting), we can honestly say that push girls are young and old, athletes and artists, students and teachers, and everything in between.
Holism For the suffix, see holism. Holism is the idea that natural systems (physical, biological, chemical, social, economic, mental, linguistic, etc.) and their properties should be viewed as wholes, not as collections of parts. This often includes the view that systems function as wholes and that their functioning cannot be fully understood solely in terms of their component parts.[1][2] The term holism is derived from Ancient Greek holos ὅλος, meaning "all, whole, entire, total."
Grandiosity refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority - a sustained view of oneself as better than others that causes the narcissist to view others with disdain or as inferior - as well as to a sense of uniqueness: the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special people.[1] Grandiosity is chiefly associated with narcissistic personality disorder, but also commonly features in manic or hypomanic episodes of bipolar disorder.[2] Connection with narcissism[edit] Grandiosity
Megalomania Etymology[edit] The word megalomania is derived from the Greek μεγαλο- megalo- "large, great", and μανία mania "madness, frenzy". The first attested use of the word "megalomania" in English is in 1890 as a translation of the French word mégalomanie. Early Freudianism[edit] Sigmund Freud commented of the adult neurotic's sense of |omnipotence that “this belief is a frank acknowledgement of a relic of the old megalomania of infancy”.[5] He similarly concluded that “we can detect an element of megalomania in most other forms of paranoic disorder. We are justified in assuming that this megalomania is essentially of an infantile nature and that, as development proceeds, it is sacrificed to social considerations”.[6]
A god complex is an unshakable belief characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility. A person with a god complex may refuse to admit the possibility of their error or failure, even in the face of complex or intractable problems or difficult or impossible tasks, or may regard their personal opinions as unquestionably correct.[1][2] The individual may disregard the rules of society and require special consideration or privileges.[1] God complex is not a clinical term or diagnosable disorder, and does not appear in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). The first person to use the term god-complex was Ernest Jones (1913-51).[3] His description, at least in the contents page of Essays in Applied Psycho-Analysis, describe the god complex as belief that one is a god.[4] In popular culture[edit] God complex
San Francisco Blocks Cell Service To Thwart Protest, Draws Ire of Anonymous Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) shut down cell service at four San Francisco stations Thursday night to thwart a protest attempt. The decision has drawn the ire of many, including members of hacker collective Anonymous. In July, a BART police officer shot and killed Charles Blair Hill, a transient who reportedly pulled a knife on BART officers. The incident enraged protesters who disrupted BART service a week later.
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