Croatian Campaign “Don’t Touch The Children” Goes Global

Croatia, the War, and the Future

A logo of Croatian Citizens' Initiative "Don't Touch The Children" A logo of Croatian Citizens’ Initiative
“Don’t Touch The Children”

On April 23 of 2014 the United Nations granted special consultative status at the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC) to the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.

It is held that this status gives the Kinsey Institute an important voice in global public policy. However, it is also held that the UN failed to examine either the scientific basis for the Kinsey Institute’s most fundamental research, nor to address its involvement in the criminal sexual abuse of infants and children.

Launching the global campaign  "Don't Touch The Children" in Croatia, May 2014 From left: Borna Jurcevic from Croatian Citizens' Initiative "Don't Touch The Children" with dr. Judith Reisman and Timothy Tate Photo: CI "Don't Touch The Children" Launching the global campaign
“Don’t Touch The Children”
in Croatia, May 2014
From left: Borna Jurcevic from Croatian
Citizens’ Initiative “Don’t Touch The Children”
with dr. Judith Reisman and Timothy Tate
Photo: CI “Don’t Touch The Children”

American scholar dr. Judith Reisman and British journalist, filmmaker and long-standing researcher into the works of Alfred…

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Reposting Words….that ring true still today

Barefoot Baroness

** For transparency sake you might like to know this post was written almost a year ago. I continue to have reasons to be filled with enormous gratitude, and my own words below still ring true within myself.  So albeit cheating really I thank you for indulging me. I think this repost is a timely one.

I believe this is a case of practice what I preach.

Above all else it is about leaving a mark that I existed. I was here. I was hungry. I was defeated. I was happy. I was sad. I was in love. I was afraid. I was hopeful. I had an idea and I had a great purpose and that is why I make works of art.”~ Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Today I know how that life itself is a work of art. one in which we all have a great purpose in. We create art in our…

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Oh snap! I just noticed that I now have over 100,000 comments on my blog…

Pouring My Art Out

And I did it while I was  goofing around with my buddy, Trent, over on that post where we are trying to break the record for the most comments on a WordPpress post, which is almost up to 30,000 comments now. Thanks, Trent. That is why you are my head minion!

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Cyberwars: Watching the US and China in Real-Time

Stories by Williams

norse-hacking-map-640x353Since the dawn of the internet age, there has been no shortage of stories about hackers, malware-peddling malcontents, online scams and identity theft. Add to that the growing consensus that wars in the future will be fought online through “cyberwarfare divisions”, and you can understand why such positive statements once made about the internet – like how it would bring the world together and create “a global village” – would seem incredibly naive now.

However, despite the prevalence of hacking and cyberwarfare-related fear, very few people have actually experienced what it is like. After all, the effects of hacking are mostly invisible to the untrained eye, with the exception of very-high-profile database breaches. Now, though, a security company has produced a fascinating geographic map that shows global hacking attempts in real-time. And of course, the ongoing battle between US and Chinese forces accounts for much of it.

norse-china-usa-hacking-smallerThe real-time map

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Parents arrested for allegedly keeping autistic boy in dog cage

The mental health, schools, and social services need to step in and help. Hopefully, they will.

Global News

TORONTO – The parents of an 11-year-old autistic boy in Anaheim, California were arrested Tuesday for allegedly keeping the child locked in a metal cage.

Police say the cage, which had a mattress and bedding in it, was similar to an extra large dog kennel and that there was room to stand inside.

It’s believed the parents used it to control the boy’s violent outbursts.

Family members tell police the times he was in it ranged from hours to days.

The boy was not in the cage when authorities entered the home Tuesday evening.

“It appeared that as he grew older his episodes of violence and outbursts were increasing and perhaps the parents utilized the cage as a tool to modify that and to contain him when that was happening,” Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn told The Associated Press.

The parents, who are of Vietnamese descent and speak limited English, were…

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