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Notes and tidbits posted on FB and Twitter. Part 82

We must rate the risky jobs by the level of alcoholism among the employees, like the police force.
People interpreted wrongly their observations of animals and came to this conclusion: “The world belong to the fittest”.
We are in constant fear from the methodological application of this monstrosity “The world belong to the fittest”.
One of the plans of the genes is to decide whether we are to be one of the human species or a bacteria.
Together, the bacteria in the intestine have 150 times more genes than us, called microbiome
 
The Great Book Robbery film shown for the first time in Palestine on January 12, 2013 to an audience of almost 150 people. The documentary by Israeli-Dutch director Benny Brunner unfolds the story of at least 70,000 books looted from Palestinian homes and institutions in 1948.

Shortly after the revolution, this ingrained reasoning of the old story of catering first to current elite classes in order to smooth out transition is a plausible short-term tactic that kills the revolt for sustained transformation

The elites classes reap the benefits under all situations and conditions, in the short, medium, and long-term, and quickly orient the revolution toward the old-time structure… Robespierre and Marrat changed the trend, until Napoleon took over

“Authority is reduced to almost nothing, the day it becomes an object of discussion for lack of instinctive respect” (Alexis de Tocqueville)

“The spirit that guided the French Revolution was the books and pamphlets written in the abstract.

The same fondness for general theories, complete systems of legislation, and exact symmetry in the laws.

The same taste for the original, ingenious, and novel in institutions.

The same urge to remake the entire constitution in accordance with the rules of logic and a uniform plan…

What is meritorious in a writer is more often than Not a flaw in a statesman.” A de T.

Isn’t the same path that Lenin undertook in the soviet revolution? Isn’t what happened in 1848 when the republicans failed to deliver what the people demanded after ousting Louis Phillip from power? Is the EU Constitution also mainly based on abstract notions?

“Free access to tools that permit private and individual power to tailor-made education, find inspiration, model our environment and share our adventure with all who need them…”(Stewart Brand in his Whole Earth catalogue, 1968)

Sound that the less fortunate can make good use of these opportunities.

That was half a century ago, many are applying this opportunity when available, though only the elite class is mainly profiting from any of these facilities.

L’ ennui fait un lent travail de sape de notre envie de vivre et de notre energy. Ecoutez les vieillards et les jeunes qui non pas le sous for modern entertainment

C’ etait la librarie de ses reves: la plupart des livres avaient ete’ lus

Les injustices du terrorism des Blancs sont peut-etre historiques: c’ est justement que je n’ ai pas l’ impression que nous en sortions

Qana of Gallile  (Qana al Jalil) is a town in south Lebanon, by Tyre.  It is where Marie was born and lived most of her life before moving to Nazareth with Joseph, and returned after he passed away. Current Gallile was included in the judicial province of Tyre before and after the Roman Empire.

Jesus performed his teaching in East Sidon before moving south to spread his message after he performed the wine miracle in Qana Jalil (current Lebanon).

The place where Jesus transformed water into wine is in Qana (current Lebanon). A town called Jalil (Gallile) facing Qana on the south side. Qana is where Marie was born and her parents lived


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