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25 Oct 2011
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PitchHORN OF AFRICA

The drought may also be considered a natural and inevitable scourge but the dramatic consequences of famine are exacerbated by the constant state of war and instability generated and maintained also by the Western selfishness.

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: LSE Project: Resources
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PitchThats all folks

Finally gone

24 Oct 2011
5

2 Comments

PitchAnimal Farm on Wall Street

Wall Street is killing our future.

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: Occupy
6

2 Comments

PitchAmerican Dream

Don´t believe everything you think

24 Oct 2011
9

3 Comments

PitchWho's afraid of the party system?

I notice a real tendency for the far-left to assume the system is too biased against them for them to triumph electorally. And the far-right assumes the system is biased against them too, but they still try to get elected anyway. And often do.

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: Occupy
7

1 Comments

PitchDeath of a clown

I've long noticed that the mainstream media pays almost equal attention to Quaddaffi's eccentricities as it does his war crimes. Even in death, the coverage was as much a reflection on the passing of some loveable whacko as it was one of the worst tyrants of the 20th century.

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: Arab World Fights for Freedom
6

2 Comments

PitchSpecial practice for Justice....

In period of political transitions, from violence to societal stability, transitional justice must sometimes renounce severe punishment in order to preserve a peaceful future...

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: LSE Project: Transitional Justice
12

7 Comments

PitchEuropean Circus

The quote of discredit that Berlusconi and his administration has reached in the E.U. is over the top. Italy is paying for the shameful activities of that political disgrace. I wish the magnificent italian people will be able to get rid of that dictator as soon as possible. Had to draw something about this issue.

24 Oct 2011
23

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PitchTunisia Happy

Tunisia's first popular elections Sunday drew a solid turnout estimated at more than 90 percent of registered voters :)

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: Elections in Tunisia
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5 Comments

Pitch"We're the 100%"

The OWS movement goes global.

24 Oct 2011
13

9 Comments

PitchNo Arab spring in Algeria yet.

The whole Arab world is somehow effected by the "Arab spring". In Algeria, old and sick leader Bouteflika still rules like nothing happened...

24 Oct 2011
Subroom: Arab World Fights for Freedom
15

5 Comments

PitchA KIND GESTURE

At the end of the meeting in Brussels, very critical for Italy,Merkel gave a gift for his newborn daughter.

24 Oct 2011
8

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PitchSgt. Hartman rules

I chose "gender" but it could be "arab world figths for freedom"

if women are not free, no one is free

23 Oct 2011
Subroom: LSE Project: Gender
5

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PitchNato Ballons for Libya children

Nato Ballons for Libya children

23 Oct 2011
5

2 Comments


PitchAfter Gaddafi Death!

After the death of Gaddafi, Arab dictators will no longer be able to seize power!

23 Oct 2011
Subroom: Arab World Fights for Freedom
9

1 Comments


PitchInfiltrator!

The consensus over here on the Left is that there is a danger to the Occupy Movement far greater than any amount of pepper spray, mace, tear gas or blunt force trauma that could be dished out by various metropolitan police departments, or any amount of buffoonish insults crapped out by Fox News -- and that is the danger of being co-opted by the Democratic Party in the form of its various front groups, even as the Democrats set new records for campaign contributions from Wall Street.

22 Oct 2011
Subroom: Occupy
6

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PitchARAB SPRING

Forgive me Botticelli!

21 Oct 2011
Subroom: 360 Degrees
13

4 Comments

PitchA new era in Libya.

Libya is happy because a new era is coming.

21 Oct 2011
9

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Pitchexecuted

so sorry, pals, I can understand the rage and the fury, I can understand the anger that leads a people to rebel, I agree, we had ourselves a dictator, in Italy, maybe we have one right now, but I can't stand lynching and executing even the worst monster and above all while the "civilized" nations are planning to divide the profits

21 Oct 2011
Subroom: LSE Project: Conflict Resolution
13

17 Comments

PitchWho's Next

Kaddafi is gone for good, Now! who's next on the list?

21 Oct 2011
Subroom: Arab World Fights for Freedom
2

1 Comments

PitchCROCODILE TEARS

...but avoided an awkward one

21 Oct 2011
Subroom: Arab World Fights for Freedom
12

4 Comments

PitchPieta

The death of Qaddafi stirs up complex feelings

21 Oct 2011
2

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