Archive for January, 2015

WHEN-HONEY-A-RUN-SET-YUH-MOUTH……remembering Dr Faith Harding

Yolanda  Adams –  Thank you

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WHEN-HONEY-A-RUN-SET-YUH-MOUTH……remembering Dr Faith Harding

Dr Faith Harding was mmm mmm -good.   Dr Harding was a born PNC lady who was enticed and literally bribed to part ways with the group that promoted peace and not conflict, grace and not greed, diversity and not drugs, commonsense and not criminals.

De Faith Harding

De Faith Harding

She was a genuine friend, comrade, mother, woman, scholar and wife.. .. not necessarily in that order but in totality.  And now that she has gone to the great beyond she may have regretted falling for the PPP’s promise of grandeur and glitz that was both shallow and hollow. She was advised by the Leadership to set her mouth when ‘honey – A – run’.

Dr Faith was promised a seat at the proverbial table but instead was consumed as another item on the menu card.  She was able to get the house, the car, the office, spending money et al but never got the respect and recognition she deserved.  She soon discovered that the material things did not jell with her spiritual self; functional non-cooperation affected her psychologically prior to her early demise. She was a brisk 67-year-old with a son who is an engineer in Iowa. Continue reading

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New Oxfam report says half of global wealth held by the 1%

“Money, money, money” by OJ’s.

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New Oxfam report says half of global wealth held by the 1%

Oxfam warns of widening inequality gap, days ahead of Davos economic summit in Switzerland
Larry Elliott, economics editor, and Ed Pilkington
The Guardian, Monday 19 January 2015

Billionaires and politicians gathering in Switzerland this week will come under pressure to tackle rising inequality after a study found that – on current trends – by next year, 1% of the world’s population will own more wealth than the other 99%.

Ahead of this week’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in the ski resort of Davos, the anti-poverty charity Oxfam said it would use its high-profile role at the gathering to demand urgent action to narrow the gap between rich and poor.

The charity’s research, published on Monday, shows that the share of the world’s wealth owned by the best-off 1% has increased from 44% in 2009 to 48% in 2014, while the least well-off 80% currently own just 5.5%.

Oxfam added that on current trends the richest 1% would own more than 50% of the world’s wealth by 2016. Continue reading

Pope Francis roasts the Vatican

Pope Francis international power broker / U.S. and Cuba

Pope Francis roasts the Vatican

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Pope Francis

Pontiff blasts his own top cardinals and priests for being:

1) ‘Lustful for power, living hypocritical lives and suffering from spiritual Alzheimer’s instead of being men of God’.

2) The sins, or ailments as he called them, included how the ‘terrorism of gossip’ can ‘kill the reputation of our colleagues and brothers in cold blood.’

3) Another of the sins was how cliques can ‘enslave their members and become a cancer that threatens the harmony of the body’ and eventually kill it by ‘friendly fire’.

4) Then one-by-one he went on: Being vain. Wanting to accumulate things, having a ‘hardened heart’, wooing superiors for personal gain. Continue reading