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  1. FreeFocus
    1st October 2008 01:47
    FreeFocus
    Saul Alinsky, a left-wing community organizer from the 60s/70s. He wrote a good book called Rules for Radicals, check it out.
  2. Zurdito
    28th September 2008 15:54
    Zurdito
    you're welcome
  3. Ratatosk
    26th September 2008 09:27
    Ratatosk
    Ha, no, I just saw the nick and your profile and thought it would be too much of a coincidence.
  4. butterfly
    13th September 2008 07:21
    butterfly
    Couldn't agree more with your perspective on the 7th anniversery and event in general. We're expected to have the same sense of nationalistic mourning half way across the globe. Fuck remembrance.
  5. FreeFocus
    27th August 2008 03:42
    FreeFocus
    Hey, thanks for the kind words. Add?
  6. JimmyJazz
    20th August 2008 18:06
    JimmyJazz
    Thanks for the add. For the record, my real name is Matt--my handle was chosen out of sheer Clash obsession.
  7. communard resolution
    20th August 2008 17:31
    communard resolution
    Thanks for the friend request Jim. Police came looking for you the other day. I said "he ain't here, but he sure went past".

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  • About JimmyJazz
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    Global spending in 1998 ($U.S. Billions):
    Cosmetics in the United States 8
    Pet foods in Europe and the United States 17
    Business entertainment in Japan 35
    Alcoholic drinks in Europe 105
    Military spending in the world 780

    Estimated additional costs to achieve universal access to the following basic services in all developing countries ($U.S. Billions):
    Basic education for all 6
    Water and sanitation for all 9
    Reproductive health for all women 12
    Basic health and nutrition 13

    http://www.globalissues.org/article/26/poverty-facts-and-stats

    "The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) reported in 1998 that the world's 225 richest people now have a combined wealth of $1 trillion. That's equal to the combined annual income of the world's 2.5 billion poorest people."

    http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/inequal/gates99.htm

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    *ACTUAL* org contact details: http://www.iww.org/en/organize

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  • Last Activity: 21st October 2009 21:09
  • Join Date: 16th January 2008
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