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#UNRIG: Beyond Trump & Sanders (Trump Revolution Book 11)
by Robert David STEELE Vivas

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English

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Publication Date

May 19, 2017

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On 1 May 2017 Cynthia McKinney, Ellen Brown, and Robert Steele agreed to launch We the People – Unity for Integrity.<br /><br />This is the User’s Guide to the 2nd American Revolution.<br /><br />Death to the Deep State.<br /><br />Occupy Congress.<br /><br />Demand the Election Reform Act of 2017<br /><br />God Bless Donald Trump & Bernie Sanders. Both failed to honor their base but both opened the door to liberty.<br /><br />Includes core graphics and links to all major online references leading up to the foundation of We the People - Unity for Integrity.<br /><br />ROBERT STEELE: I have done all I can. This is not my movement to lead. This is your movement to create. I pray that the people of color will join with the Alt/Pop Right in the march of unity for integrity -- if they do, the small parties and Independents should see the light, and then we can extend an invitation to the Alt/Pop Left. There is every reason to believe that the summer of 2017 could be the summer in which We the People triumph over the Deep State. That is my vision but it will only be realized if each of you embraces the need to set aside all ideological and issue differences, and come together in unity for integrity. That is your mission, if you will accept it.<br />
Second Treatise of Government
by John Locke

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English

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108

Publication Date

May 21, 2017

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English Enlightenment philosopher John Locke has been called the “Father of Liberalism”. Following in the tradition of Sir Francis Bacon, he is one of the first British empiricists, which emphasizes the role of empirical evidence in the formation of ideas. His work would greatly influence other prominent political and literary figures including Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and the founding fathers of the United States of America. Contained here in this volume is one of his most influential writings, the “Second Treatise of Government”. The “Second Treatise” is concerned with five specific themes in relation to government. Firstly Locke defines a state of nature in which people have perfect freedom in dealing with the affairs of their own person and property. Secondly he discusses conquest and slavery arguing that the conquest and enslavement of absolute monarchy is a violation of natural law. Thirdly he asserts that civil society exists to protect a fundamental right to property by which he means life, liberty, and estate. Fourthly he discusses his views on representative government which may take any form so long as it is representative in upholding the fundamental rights prescribed by natural law. Lastly he discusses the right to revolt against any government that denies the aforementioned rights. The arguments made in Locke’s “Second Treatise” greatly influenced both the American and French revolutions leading to the foundation of modern democracy.
Think Democracy
by Kennedy Stewart

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English

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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Think Democracy is for those who want to improve local democracy. Containing readings, discussion exercises and additional sources of information, Think Democracy guides you through a number of current and potential participatory practices. With specific focus on electoral and extra-electoral citizen participation, the book explores and discusses: at-large and ward elections; the matrix of participation; citizens juries and assemblies; neighbourhood associations; participatory budgets; study circles; and a variety of other mechanisms. The central aim of Think Democracy is not to provide answers, but rather to help you to think about how you can better take part in deciding the future of your city.
Die tickende Zeitbombe: Die Sex- und Beziehungsfalle der Republik...
by Roger Reyab

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German

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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<p>In Deutschland besteht ein schon jetzt nicht wegzudiskutierender Notstand. Dieser Zustand ist nicht nur durch die Migration ausgelöst worden, sondern betrifft alle Teile der Gesellschaft.</p><p></p><p>Die Bundesregierung hat in Verkennung der grundlegendsten menschlichen Bedürfnisse damit eine Zeitbombe installiert. In diesem Essay erfahren Sie die Zahlen und Fakten, die eine klare Sprache sprechen und das Ausmaß der zu erwartenden Explosion der Sex- und Beziehungsfalle belegen.</p>
Association du capital et du travail (French Edition)
by Médéric Lanctôt

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French

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Publication Date

May 21, 2017

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Cet ebook est parfaitement mis en page pour une lecture sur kindle.<br />Il dispose d'une table des matières dynamique.<br />Extrait :<br />L’acte le plus noble et le plus méritoire de la vie privée est, sans contredit, de tendre la main au malheur et à la misère ; et quoi de plus méritoire dans la vie publique, que l’amélioration du sort des classes chargées d’un dur labeur, mal rétribuées et toujours à deux doigts de l’indigence ?
La République universelle (French Edition)
by Anacharsis Cloots

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French

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Publication Date

May 21, 2017

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Le projet d’unifier le genre humain en vue d’établir un Nouvel Ordre Mondial ne date pas d’hier. Anacharsis Cloots (1755-1794), érudit francophile né dans une famille noble prussienne d’origine hollandaise, dévoile avec un certain talent d’orateur son projet de République universelle.<br /><br />« Ces gens-là ne croiront jamais à la destruction de la plus nuisible des corporations, les corps nationaux. Cette heureuse tendance nous annonce l’approche du nivellement final : la souveraineté universelle, la nation unique, le peuple humain. »<br /><br />Sommaire:<br />1. La République universelle<br />2. Discours au club des Jacobins<br />3. Chapitre des Chapeaux<br />4. Nouvelles combinaisons de l’art social<br />5. Harangue contre les émigrants<br />6. À mon oncle Corneille Pauw<br />7. Chapitre dernier
The American Crisis (annotated)
by Thomas Paine

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English

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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The American Crisis was a series of pamphlets published from 1776 to 1783 during the American Revolution by eighteenth century Enlightenment philosopher and author Thomas Paine. The first volume begins with the famous words "These are the times that try men's souls". There were sixteen pamphlets in total together often known as "The American Crisis" or simply "The Crisis". Thirteen numbered pamphlets were published between 1776-1777 with three additional pamphlets released between 1777-1783. The writings were contemporaneous with the early parts of the American Revolution, during the times that colonists needed inspiring.<br />They were written in a language the common man could manage and are indicative of Paine's liberal philosophies. Paine signed them with one of his many pseudonyms "Common Sense". The writings bolstered the morale of the American colonists, appealed to the English people's consideration of the war with America, clarified the issues at stake in the war and denounced the advocates of a negotiated peace.<br />
GAY HATE: Buggery & Thuggery in the 21st Century
by Marisa Martin

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English

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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Are members of the LGBTQ community all victims of hate, or are many becoming practiced haters themselves? <br /><br />Light years beyond basic civil rights we once shared in peace, gay extremists now demand special favors and legislative booty. It’s piling up at their feet, along with the heads of their perceived enemies. These include religious people, free-thinkers, concerned parents and the merely unenthusiastic.<br /><br />This book fearlessly probes the dark intersection of gay history and contemporary politics. It proves, that in many ways, the contemporary “gay rights” movement is driven by hatred of conservatism and religion. A virtual compendium of gay venom, Marisa concludes that homosexuality is nothing to be particularly proud of (but such feelings are illegal to publish or speak in many of the world’s outposts already).<br /> <br />“Gay Hate” critically re-evaluates homosexuality, its rage, anti-family venom, and destructive assaults on the world and the church today. Marisa also offers suggestions on how to stand your ground, refuse to grovel and, if necessary, to fight back.<br /><br />Marisa tells all, so this is not for children or faint of heart. <br />
The Knife and the Message: The Roots of the New Palestinian Upris...
by , Tamara Elashvili

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English

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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The latest wave of Palestinian violence against Jews is something new, an insidious wave of seemingly un-orchestrated attacks, perpetrated by unlikely assailants, and generally untraceable to any particular organization. They were also characterized by brutality, viciousness and randomness, and the purposeful use of the knife, to drive home the intent of bringing a new and unrelenting wave of slaughter to the Jews; a message to all Israelis that neither they, nor their children, will ever be able to live in this land in peace.<br /><br />As this document will show, the Palestinian president and those under his authority are indeed instructing young Palestinians what to do. Not sending them into battle as soldiers, but goading them into action through deliberate messaging, distortion and fabrication, sometimes stated openly by senior Palestinian officials, but mostly insidiously, aimed at keeping the conflict alive and portraying the Palestinians as the victims in a whitewash of terror.<br /><br />There is a guiding hand in all this, the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian faction that leads it, Fatah. What is being witnessed today is the end-game of a strategy adopted by Fatah in 2009 and culminating in Mahmoud Abbas’ speech to the UN General Assembly on September 30, 2015, when he announced that the Palestinians are no longer bound by the Oslo (peace) Accords.<br /><br />A television broadcast that sends a youth on his/her mission of death is part of a carefully calibrated policy of incitement and cynicism, which has brought the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to a new level, one that generates terror without fingerprints, but which adroitly serves Fatah’s strategy of an endless war of attrition, by varying means, against Israel.<br /><br />While the current wave of violence has succeeded in placing the Palestinian issue back on the international agenda to some degree, it has lost the Palestinians a valuable asset: the Israeli political center. Israelis have lost trust in the Palestinians and their leaders, even those Israelis who believe that Israel should relinquish the territories as part of a peace agreement between the sides. <br /><br />No society can live in fear and with anarchy at its doorstep, where suspicion lurks at every turn.<br /><br />And no society can live with and tolerate the hatred being spewed against them, via social media and other means, with calumnies and lies reminiscent of the dark days that led to even darker days in the not-too-distant past of the Jewish people.<br /><br />Israel will learn and adapt to this new situation as it has done in the past. The question is whether the Palestinian leadership will do the same and come around to understanding that the monster they have created, a generation of children led to believe in the culture of death, is not in their own best interest.<br /><br />Israel can control the damage, but only Fatah and the PA can end it, and it is they, the Palestinian leadership, who have to do so if the path to negotiation and conciliation is to be opened again, and this endless and senseless wave of violence extinguished.
LIFE & DEATH IN OLD PEKING: The Murder of Pamela Werner
by G. D. Sheppard

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English

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Publication Date

May 22, 2017

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The brutal murder of Pamela Werner sent shockwaves through the streets of pre-communist Peking in 1937. Outraging the population inside the walled capital, the killing baffled the local police, becoming one of the most mysterious unsolved crimes in the history of modern China. But while investigations have returned to the cold case over the years in an attempt to provide new insight into the perplexing killing, none have come close to joining the pieces of the infamous crime, until now.<br /><br />With renewed interest in the murder stemming from the discovery of new evidence, Life and Death in Old Peking uses a range of primary sources to delve into the historical context of early 20th century China to dissect the many facets of the crime itself. Scrutinising the named suspects, analysing potential political motives and implementing newly discovered evidence gathered from the British Embassy, Life and Death in Old Peking uncovers the untold story of not only Pamela but also the lives of the many foreigners living in a war-torn China that have all but been forgotten.<br /><br />Bringing a new perspective to the cold case, G.D. Sheppard draws upon decades of material to offer long-awaited answers to a murder that still has the capacity to disturb.<br />

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