Posts Tagged ‘memory’

In memory of all those who “died suddenly,” February 15-21

In memory of all those who “died suddenly,” February 15-21Published on February 23, 2022Written by Mark Crispin Miller This surge continues to confirm the awful truth that “our free press” keeps struggling to obscure This past week, as grimly documented here, still more people of all ages, all around the world, have suddenly dropped dead, […]

Al Tantura: the memory of colonization

In the early stages of 1948, the village of Al-Tantura was targeted by Israeli militaries; its houses were looted, its Arab Palestinian inhabitants expelled, and others massacred by the Israeli defense forces Alexandroni Brigade. Israel denied the existence of the massacre for years despite the testimonies of its original inhabitants until recently; a 2021 Israeli […]

Italy Holds ‘March of the Vaccine Dead’ in Memory of Those Killed By COVID mRNA Injections

Ticker November 2021: Official CDC Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, COVID “vaccine” possibly linked deaths: 18,000+. Hospitalizations: 88,000+. Permanent disabilities: 28,000+ Via The COVID World November 30th, 2021 Last weekend, a group numbering in the hundreds staged a mourning march in Parma, Italy to commemorate those who have died as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine. The marchers […]

In Memory of JFK: The First U.S. President to be Declared a Terrorist and Threat to National Security

November 22, 2021 By Cynthia Chung for the Saker Blog In April 1954, Kennedy stood up on the Senate floor to challenge the Eisenhower Administration’s support for the doomed French imperial war in Vietnam, foreseeing that this would not be a short-lived war.[1] In July 1957, Kennedy once more took a strong stand against French colonialism, this […]

False Memory Implantations

Mikhayla3.0 out of 5 stars The Record of a False Memory Implanted to Discredit Survivors Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2012Verified PurchaseWhether it was the intention of Lawrence Wright or not, his account of the Ingram case is the record of a cover up meant to discredit the actual accounts of ritual abuse […]

Enhance Your Memory with this Ancient Greek Memorization Technique

In Greek mythology, Mnemosyne was the personification of memory. In ancient Greece, prior to being written down, stories were recounted orally. Due to that, memory played an important part in the life of an ancient Greek storyteller. Thus, it is not too surprising that the concept of memory was given the form of the goddess […]

Vigil in memory of Gauri Lankesh held in Canada

Members of the South Asian community came together to remember the slain Indian journalist at Surrey’s Holland Park on Sunday, September 5. Gauri Lankesh was a daring editor, who was allegedly murdered by right wing extremists in Bengaluru in 2017. On the fourth anniversary of her assassination, a vigil was organized by Radical Desi, an […]

Children Noticing Vaxxed Parents Have Memory Problems

Are these mRNA injections crossing the blood brain barrier and wreaking havoc on the mental faculties of the injected? It looks like this could be the case. Link Share now! Source

In Memory of William Combes, Murdered Activist and Spirit Dancer

Part A: At the William Combes Memorial park, Vancouver – Memories of our fallen brotherhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1Od-uZDFFpp001dVxw89oWanylIf_uMC1/view Comment: 43 Minutes in Below Video William Combes was Incarcerated in St. Paul’s a Catholic Hospital and Murdered by Arsenic Poisoning According to His Own Assigned Nurse. [embedded content] Part B: On the steps of the scene of the crime and […]

Who is Redefining the Memory of the Normandie-Niemen Squadron in Paris?

In the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation for the past 80 years, it has been widely assumed that France, a nation that was occupied and fought in World War II on the side of the anti-Hitler coalition, was an ally of Russia. And it was supported by plenty of evidence: a large proportion of […]

Journalists and liberal Zionists are determined to push ‘apartheid’ charge down the memory hole

Today’s New York Times has a long and compelling feature article about the Palestinian “misery at the heart of the conflict,” including house demolitions and evictions in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. The most remarkable thing about the article, though, is what it leaves out, the systematic legal discrimination that fosters these conditions. […]

Ancient Aboriginal Memory Techniques Defeat the Greek Memory Palace

Scientists have discovered Aboriginal Australian memory techniques were three times more effective than the “memory palace” technique developed in Greece, and they were also way more enjoyable. Over the course of a lifetime it is estimated that the modern human brain will hold up to 1 quadrillion pieces of information, that is 1,000,000,000,000,000! Said another […]

Ernst Zündel – In Memory of Rudolf Hess

Rudolf Hess was the deputy fuhrer of the Third Reich, and he wanted to avoid war so much that he flew to England on a mission to bring a peace treaty, which would save the world from WWII. He had a very interesting life and career, but spent the latter half of his life isolated […]

‘May Prince Philip’s memory be a blessing’ – Israel expresses condolences

Israeli officials expressed their condolences after the British Royal Family announced the death of Queen Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip, formally known as the Duke of Edinburgh, on Friday.”My deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to HM Queen Elizabeth II, HRH The Prince of Wales, the Royal Family and the people of the United Kingdom” tweeted Israel’s […]

Zikaron BaSalon: dealing with society’s memory of the Holocaust

April 1, 2021 by Danny Hochberg Read on for article Zikaron BaSalon is a social initiative that takes place around the world on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) as well as on other dates throughout the year. Literally meaning “remembrance in the living room” in Hebrew, the idea was born out of the understanding that […]

Three Generations of Holocaust Memory – The Life and Legacy of Abe (Abram) Goldberg

Browse > Home / Have You Heard? / Three Generations of Holocaust Memory – The Life and Legacy of Abe (Abram) Goldberg February 25, 2021 by A J-Wire community service announcement Read on for article Join March of the Living Australia for an inspiring online Zoom event with three generations of March of The Living […]

Scientists Successfully Perform A ‘Memory Transplant’ Between Living Organisms

The Facts: A few years ago researchers discovered that memory can be transferred between, in this case, snails. The research changed the standard theory of memory and thoughts about how the brain remembers. Reflect On: How much do we have yet to discover? Are we even physical beings? Could memories be stored beyond the physical […]

The Sharp Knife of Memory – A Review

Originally written and published in 2012 in the Telugu language, Nirjana Vaaradhi, is a memoir by Kondapalli Koteswaramma. Sowmya V.B. translated this book in English, and ‘The Sharp Knife of Memory’ was published and released in 2015 by Zubaan books, to reach a much wider circle of readers, beyond the boundaries of the two Telugu […]

US Secretary of State: I Carry the Memory of the 6 Million ‘Every Day in Office’

Browse > Home / News / US Secretary of State: I Carry the Memory of the 6 Million ‘Every Day in Office’ January 28, 2021 by Aryeh Savir – TPS Read on for article “Every day that I serve as Secretary of State, I will carry the memory of my stepfather and his family, and […]

The coronavirus forced Holocaust memory to go fully online – can it survive?

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Israel in Memory

A general view shows the plaza of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, amid the coronavirus pandemic, May 6, 2020. Photo: Reuters / Ronen Zvulun. As a 15-year-old I made my peace with the reality that I would not follow my cousin Hank Greenberg to baseball stardom. I chose the next-best alternative: I would become a […]

Lipitor – Thief of Memory By Duane Graveline, M.D., M.P.H.

Originally posted on 'This Side of Life': Introduction by Joyce Bowen: Another Pfizer Pfiasco: There was a time some MDs were advocating that Statins be infused into condiments in fast-food havens.? Statins caused me extreme, 24/7 pain and memory loss.? I no longer eat fast food or take any pharmaceutical products.? My intellectual recovery has…

Act celebrating Rosenwald’s ‘tzedakah’ would enshrine memory in park

Congress passed an act that launches the path toward a national park being named for Julius Rosenwald, the Jewish philanthropist who established thousands of schools for African-Americans neglected by their public school systems. The Senate approved the legislation on Monday. It passed last week in the US House of Representatives. The text of the legislation […]

Remembering Winter in Kashmir: Shaping A Collective Memory of the Past

During nineteenth and first-half-of-the-twentieth century, a popular proverb on every Kashmiri’s tongue was Sountas na keneras, Te hardas na neeles , meaning “plough the soil in spring even if it is sodden, and reap the standing crop in the autumn even if it is unripe.” Like a grand narrative, this age-old wisdom was taught to […]

Addressing Concerns about Memory Loss During the Pandemic

Not much about life these days feels normal. Routines are disrupted and more time at home together may give us more opportunities to observe changes in our loved ones or in ourselves. Some amount of forgetfulness is a normal part of aging, but when should we worry and what can we do to minimize our […]

Jewish organizations produce video tribute in memory of Rabbi Sacks

Three leading Jewish organizations have produced a video tribute in memory of the former Chief Rabbi of the UK, Lord Johnathan Sacks – released on Sunday.The Orthodox Union, Rabbinical Council of America and Yeshiva University focused on Sacks’ teachings, impact and influence for the 22-minute video, which features commentary from political leaders, communal officials, rabbis, educators […]

In Memory of Robert Fisk: “The Forgotten Massacre” – Reposted

In memory of Robert Fisk, a journalist who was “renowned for his courage in questioning official narratives” and publishing “frequently brilliant prose”. During his decades-long career, Fisk covered key international events including the Lebanese civil war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Iranian revolution, Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait, conflicts in the Balkans and the […]

Canola Oil Impairs Brain and Memory

June 1st, 2018 By Sayer Ji Contributing writer for Wake Up World Canola Oil Increases Memory Loss Think your cooking oil is safe and healthy? Canola oil producers claim that it’s the healthiest oil you can use, but science begs to differ. Unless significant weight gain and diminished memory are your idea of good health! Canola oil […]

Canola Oil Increases Memory Loss

Think your cooking oil is safe and healthy? Canola oil producers claim that it’s the healthiest oil you can use, but science begs to differ. Unless significant weight gain and diminished memory are your idea of good health! Canola oil has been heralded as a modern healthy alternative to olive oil, and ‘saturated fats’ like coconut […]

In Memory of Philip Roth

The Plot Against America – a book report and a reality check by Gilad Atzmon …Roth is no doubt an astonishing writer but somehow he has always failed to convince me. I always had the feeling that Roth is just too aware of his enormous talent; something that made him slightly technical and pretentious at […]

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