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  FORD THEATER AND ME: Smithsonian Part 110 comments
picture 21 Jul 2004 @ 23:48, by skookum. Liberty, Sovereignty
Chapter 1: Ford Theater and me.

In the late summer of 1999 I was fortunate to have an opportunity to go to Washington D.C. I had gone to be at the poetry convention. That was just an excuse to see the Smithsonian. I would like to recount an odd experience I had there in our grand Capitol.  More >

 Earth8 comments
picture2 Jul 2004 @ 21:04, by b. Liberty, Sovereignty
Well, this blog will take a different tack now. To present time USA 2004. I’d like to thank all of those NCN members who restrained themselves from commenting on my Saint Hill, Sea Org and Commodores Messenger Org(First Messenger) stories.

With these next entries please feel free to comment. The Earth we live on is precious. She nurtures all needs.  More >

 Freedom Day Event - 27 April 2004
picture28 Apr 2004 @ 01:28, by ashanti. Liberty, Sovereignty
Yesterday, I attended the biggest bash in South Africa ever - the inauguration of Thabo Mbeki as President for the next 5 years, celebration of Freedom Day (27/4/04) as well as 10 years of Democracy celebrations, all held at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. The whole day cost R90 million. 40 heads of state, other countries represented by their embassy staff in Pretoria, and thousands of people attended. The ceremony was opened at 9.00 am by blessings from priests of the following religions - Hindu, African Traditional, Christian (an ordained female priest), Jewish and Muslim. What struck me - only in South Africa can Muslim and Jew sit together, laugh together and dine together, quite happily. The overall message was one of Unity in Diversity. There was a very strong emphasis on the importance of honouring and valuing women and the feminine. There was a chiding of the wrong path the West (USA & UK) have taken, and a commitment to give even more humanitarian aid to the Iraqi and Afghani victims of what the President referred to as: "The USA's weapons of mass destruction." The music and dance, poetry and prose was very impressive. The crowds were totally amped by the time it all finished at about 8.00 pm.  More >

 Santa, The Terrorist1 comment
picture22 Dec 2001 @ 20:05, by ming. Liberty, Sovereignty
AP - WASHINGTON D.C. - Pentagon officials announced this morning that Santa Claus has been detained on charges of terrorism.  More >

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