Posts Tagged ‘cultural’

See How European Cultural Marxists Are Completely Destroying Amateur and Professional Sports (Video)

VIEW HERE: Watch: Inexperienced Trans Figure Skater Performs At European Championship With Hilarious Results   Source

Mauritania celebrates Nouakchott as cultural capital of Islamic world

Mauritania on Friday commenced the first events since Nouakchott was chosen as the capital of culture in the Islamic world for 2023. Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani, ministers of culture from many Arab and Islamic countries and professionals from the fields of culture, literature and media attended the opening ceremony held at the Conference Palace […]

Flaming Cultural Marxist & NWO Globalist Scott Kelly Gets Smacked Down by Elon Musk

Elon Musk Slaps Down Straight Leftist Astronaut Lecturing on Pronouns and the LGBTQ Community Source

Cultural Enrichment Hits Belgium Hard

While European patriots are rotting away in prison, gangs of brown thugs have free reign to destroy the country that generously gave them refuge. Source

Ep. 4 | Social Media, Desensitization, Cultural Decline

Is social media re-shaping our brains? Is it gaming us into short attention spans and an inability to think in complexity? The research suggests this is certainly happening. It also suggests it’s making us more angry and disconnected from one another. The good news is there are ways to use social media as a tool […]

Multiple Studies Say Cultural Heritage at Risk Because of Climate Change

In several articles newly published in the journal Antiquity, archaeologists from around the world are sounding the alarm to alert policy makers to the threat posed to humanity’s collective cultural heritage by the unfolding climate crisis. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Sculpting The Geological, Archaeological And Cultural Landscape Of Papua New Guinea

The sculpturing of the geography of Papua New Guinea did not end with the eruption of the volcanos. In their wake basins and valleys formed, where people settled, thousands of years ago. A large inland sea on the north coast of New Guinea, the Sepik-Ramu basin, reached its maximum extent 7,500 to 4,000 years ago. […]

Attacks on Palestinian cultural spaces deepen internal social conflicts

Recent attacks on Palestinian cultural centers have targeted those seeking to re-imagine and redefine Palestinian identity. The Israeli media has been more than happy to exploit the conflict. Source

PRC-ROK Relations: Cultural Exchanges

After THAAD was deployed in the Republic of Korea in 2016, China restricted access to its market for South Korean (pop) culture content, including games, movies, TV series and popular music. Korean artists were banned from touring in China. However, the Chinese government did not issue any official decrees on this matter: restrictions were imposed […]

Cultural Marxists Invade Qatar’s World Cup—WOW!!!

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“It’s cultural genocide”: Ukraine’s Culture Minister trying to salvage the country’s artifacts

Ukraine’s Minister for Culture Oleksandr Tkachenko says that the vandalism and targetting of his country’s cultural sites is nothing short of a “genocide” by Russian forces. Since the war began on February 24th 2022, over 500 cultural heritage sites have been subject to Russian agression, according to Tkachenko.  Speaking to Euronews, Tkachenko said the damage caused […]

Roger Waters’ inspired tour is cultural high point for Palestine

A few years ago it felt like Roger Waters might be blacklisted by Israel supporters over his support for Palestine. But this summer he is filling stadiums around the country talking about Palestinian liberation.

Ever Notice How The USA’s Woke Mutual Adoration Society Always Give The Most Dangerous Cultural Marxists and Closet Communists ALL The Awards!

Obama Wins Emmy for Narrating Netflix Documentary Source

Ever Notice How The USA’s Woke Mutual Adoration Society Always Give The Most Dangerous Cultural Marxists and Closet Communists ALL The Awards!

Obama Wins Emmy for Narrating Netflix Documentary Source

AUSTRALIA: Annual Greek – Serbian Cultural Friendship Day returns

After a two -year hiatus due to the pandemic, the annual Greek – Serbian Cultural Friendship Day returns to Sydney, Australia with a rich programme of events to celebrate the deep relations between the Serbian and Greek communities. The Serbian Orthodox Church-Parish and School Community of  “St Archdeacon Stephen”, Rooty Hill, Sydney, invites Greek and Serbian […]

Food as a Cultural Artifact vs. Political Weapon

Eating food is not just a mechanical activity to fill our stomach. It has emotions, values, and beliefs shaped by our tradition, religion, and family associated with it. While we travel, we are often tempted by restaurants that claim to be serving ‘homely’ food. In Delhi, there is a restaurant named ‘Mother’s Kitchen’ which attracts […]

America’s Marxist-Left has disturbing Nazi socialism parallels: Cultural tyranny and media-induced mass formation psychosis

(Natural News) The mass authoritarianism “delusion” of the Left is well underway in America, and nearly every person who voted for nearly any Democrat cannot see it. They are under the spell. From the fixed election to the scamdemic, the Democrats are brainwashed under a liberal umbrella that just keeps sinking them deeper into what […]

America’s Marxist-Left has disturbing Nazi socialism parallels: Cultural tyranny and media-induced mass formation psychosis

(Natural News) The mass authoritarianism “delusion” of the Left is well underway in America, and nearly every person who voted for nearly any Democrat cannot see it. They are under the spell. From the fixed election to the scamdemic, the Democrats are brainwashed under a liberal umbrella that just keeps sinking them deeper into what […]

From Western Traditions to Political Indoctrination: A Cultural History of Education

Commentary Parts 1, 2, and 3 of this series can be read here, here, and here. The renowned American philosopher John Dewey led a long and prolific life as a writer, teacher, and political activist. With the publication of his dual treatise, “The School and Society” and “The Child and the Curriculum” in 1899 and 1902, […]

Cultural Marxists Having a Heyday in New Mexico

READ HERE: New Mexico Supreme Court greenlights policy allowing illegal aliens to practice law Source

Twitter bans author and cultural commentator James Lindsay

James Lindsay, a mathematician, author, and cultural and political commentator has been permanently suspended by Twitter for “hateful conduct.” Lindsay, who used the handle @ConceptualJames, was banned after tweeting “Ok, child sexualization specialist” in response to a tweet from Alejandra Caraballo, a journalist and Clinical Instructor at Harvard School’s Cyberlaw Clinic. Source

Cross-Cultural Living and Dying in Colonial Campeche, But No Sex

2022 is shaping up to be a big year for colonial era discoveries in Central and South America.  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Americas Read Later  Source

Unique Viking Shipyard Found Showing A “Maritime Cultural Landscape”

An archaeological investigation of maritime remains connected to the Viking Age town of Birka in Sweden carried out since August 2020 has revealed a “first of its kind” Viking shipyard. Birka, also known as the Viking City, was occupied in the 9th and 10th centuries. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology […]

Weingarten: Cultural Wars ‘Are Just Ripping America Apart’

American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten said Friday on MSNBC’s “Chris Jansing Reports” that the “culture wars” that she claimed were created when duly elected state legislatures decide what taxpayer-funded public K-12 school teachers can teach was “ripping America apart.”

Why cultural backlash against Russians is wrong

Eleven days into the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, a wave of cultural backlash against Russians (in a sense, a wave of Russophobia) seems to have swept over Western countries. Russian artists, musicians and filmmakers are being excluded from European events and competitions. The Russian national football team was suspended from the remaining qualifying matches for […]

Libya orders pre-trial detention of cultural minister

The Libyan Public Prosecutor Al-Siddiq Al-Sour on Wednesday ordered the detention of the Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development Mabroukah Toughi on charges of financial corruption. According to a statement issued by the Attorney General’s office, the Public Prosecution issued the order after identifying instances where she was “obtaining benefits by violating the laws and regulations of […]

‘No culture, no future’: Belgian cultural workers protest against COVID measures

Thousands of Belgian performers, cinema operators, event organizers, and others joined together on Sunday to protest the government’s decision to close down the country’s cultural life to stem the spread of the surging Omicron variant. Waving posters reading “The show must go on” or “No culture, no future,” a crowd of about 5,000 demonstrated peacefully […]

Arabic calligraphy added to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list

UNESCO has included Arabic calligraphy in its Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list on Tuesday. The recognition followed a Saudi-led nomination which included 16 Arabic-speaking countries. The kingdom had declared the years of 2020 and 2021 as the “Years of Arabic Calligraphy”, part of which was the call for the art form to be included […]

Cultural heritage elements added to national list

TEHRAN – A total of nine cultural elements, which are practiced in Kerman province, have recently been added to the National Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts on Saturday announced the inscriptions in separate letters it submitted to the governor-general of the southern province, CHTN reported. The skill of […]

Bridging Cultural And Political Gaps Through Indigenous First Foods

Above photo: Colby Drake and Greg Archuleta of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde inspect a plant after a prescribed burn at Quamash Prairie, while Metro scientist Curt Zonick talks with Clifton and Christine Bruno. Metro. City leaders in Oregon are partnering with nonprofits and tribes to promote first foods, which may hold clues to […]

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