Sunday, 22 July 2018

The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy

The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy

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The Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy

By John Black on Wednesday February 10th, 2016

Are the ancient stories of the Native Americans coming true?

One day… there would come a time, when the earth being ravaged and polluted, the forests being destroyed, the birds would fall from the air, the waters would be blackened, the fish being poisoned in the streams, and the trees would no longer be, mankind as we would know it would all but cease to exist.
This is how the ‘Rainbow prophecy’ begins, as retold by a woman of the Cree Indian nation of America over a century ago.
The Cree are one of the largest groups of the First Nations Native Americans in North America. There are over 135 bands of Cree living in Canada, with a total population of approximately 200,000 today.
The Rainbow prophecy, as it has come to be known, refers to the keepers of the legends, rituals, and other myths that will be needed when the time comes to restore the health on Earth. It is believed that these legendary beings will return on a day of awakening, when all people will unite and create a new world of justice, peace and freedom, and they will be named the ‘Warriors of the Rainbow’. They will reteach the values and the knowledge that has been lost in time, demonstrating how to have wisdom and extra-perception, and how unity, harmony and love is the only way forward.
Alt text hereLong ago Great Spirit came down and He gathered the peoples of this earth together

Leaders Will Be Those Whose Actions Speak The Loudest

The rainbow reference relates to the different colours of the original people:
At the beginning of this cycle of time, long ago, the Great Spirit came down and He made an appearance and He gathered the peoples of this earth together, they say on an island which is now beneath the water, and He said to the human beings, “I’m going to send you to four directions and over time I’m going to change you to four colours, but I’m going to give you some teachings and you will call these the Original Teachings and when you come back together with each other you will share these so that you can live and have peace on earth, and a great civilization will come about. – Prophecy as told by Lee Brown of the Salish Tribe at the 1986 Continental Indigenous Council, Alaska
A particularly interesting part of the prophecy relates to the choosing of leaders. According to the story, a leader will not be the one that talks the loudest, boasts of successes, or has the support of the elite. Leaders will be those whose actions speak the loudest, the ones that have demonstrated wisdom and courage and have proven that they work for the benefit of all. Isn’t this how things should be?

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Saturday, 14 July 2018

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💥EXCITING NEWS💥 London Renters Union is now *open for membership* to all renters in London – renters like you and me and so many more. We all know that London's housing system is broken. But imagine if renters join forces. Since January, LRU has been building branches in Newham and Lewisham. We now have hundreds of members – and we've already forced several landlords and property companies into making repairs on the properties they rent out. Together we are powerful. We can win homes for people, not private profit. We can win better housing for ourselves, our families and our friends. *But to do that, we need YOU*. *Help build LRU today*: 1. JOIN the union! Become a founding member at londonrentersunion.org/join. 2. SOLIDARITY If you're not a renter, become a solidarity member to help us grow at londonrentersunion.org/join. 3. GET THE WORD OUT! Please pass this msg on to your housemates, friends and family. We're so excited to be building a fighting union with you. Join, get active and see you very soon!Love and solidarity from all the LRU community ✊🏽 💜 Find out more at: londonrentersunion.org FB: facebook.com/LondonRentersUnion Twitter @LDNRentersUnion

💥EXCITING NEWS💥 London Renters Union is now *open for membership* to all renters in London – renters like you and me and so many more.

We all know that London's housing system is broken. But imagine if renters join forces. Since January, LRU has been building branches in Newham and Lewisham. We now have hundreds of members – and we've already forced several landlords and property companies into making repairs on the properties they rent out. 

Together we are powerful. We can win homes for people, not private profit. We can win better housing for ourselves, our families and our friends. 

*But to do that, we need YOU*. *Help build LRU today*: 

1. JOIN the union! Become a founding member at londonrentersunion.org/join. 
2. SOLIDARITY If you're not a renter, become a solidarity member to help us grow at londonrentersunion.org/join.
3. GET THE WORD OUT! Please pass this msg on to your housemates, friends and family. 

We're so excited to be building a fighting union with you. Join, get active and see you very soon!Love and solidarity from all the LRU community ✊🏽 💜 

Find out more at: londonrentersunion.org 
FB: facebook.com/LondonRentersUnion 
Twitter @LDNRentersUnion

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Thursday, 12 July 2018

Trump protesters threaten legal action against 'jittery' police | UK news | The Guardian

Trump protesters threaten legal action against 'jittery' police | UK news | The Guardian

Trump protesters threaten legal action against 'jittery' police

Met police bars stage and sound system at London rally, which expects 60,000 people
Protesters in Regent’s Park, London, as a US military helicopter flies overhead.
 Protesters in Regent’s Park, London, as a US military helicopter flies overhead. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA
Protesters against Donald Trump have said they are prepared to launch legal action against the Metropolitan police after they were denied permission for a stage and sound system.
Scotland Yard imposed the restriction for a protest march on Friday and put restrictions in place for other protests this weekend, citing fears over public safety.
More than 60,000 people have indicated they will attend a demonstration in central London on Friday against the US president’s visit. They will assemble outside the BBC’s New Broadcasting House headquarters in Portland Place and plan to march along Regent Street to Trafalgar Square, where there will be a rally organised by the Stop Trump coalition. A further 10,000 people are expected to take part in a separate women’s march along the same route on Friday.
On Thursday, protesters gathered outside the US ambassador’s Regent’s Park residence, Winfield House, where Trump was due to stay. 
Demonstrators holding placards, drums, bells and even pots, colanders and metal spoons were kept at bay by a large metal fence, which had been specially erected for the president’s visit.
Chants included “Hey Trump, what do you say? How many kids did you take today?”, in reference to his detention and separation of migrants from their children at the Mexican border. Others shouted: “Say it loud say it clear, Donald Trump’s not welcome here,” or, simply, “fuck Trump”.

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Monday, 9 July 2018

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Donald Trump to almost entirely avoid London during UK visit | US news | The Guardian

Donald Trump to almost entirely avoid London during UK visit | US news | The Guardian

 Trump to almost entirely avoid London during UK visit

Meetings with Theresa May and the Queen to be held away from protests in capital
Protesters march in London after Donald Trump’s inauguration.
 Protesters march in London after Donald Trump’s inauguration. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA
Donald Trump will almost entirely avoid London during his four-day visit to the UK next week, Downing Street has said, unveiling an itinerary that is likely to prompt accusations he is trying to avoid planned protests against him.
While the US president is conducting his meetings, the first lady, Melania Trump, will have an agenda of her own, in the company of her opposite number, Philip May.
Trump, who is to meet Theresa May and the Queen among others before spending two days in Scotland, will only spend the night in London on Thursday, the day of his arrival, staying at the US ambassador’s official residence in Regent’s Park, Winfield House.
Before that he will attend a gala dinner at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, and the following day he will hold talks with the prime minister at her Chequers country retreat in Buckinghamshire. Both are places where protesters can be kept out of sight and earshot.

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Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots | US news | The Guardian

Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots | US news | The Guardian

Trump UK visit: police to mobilise in numbers not seen since 2011 riots

Police chiefs express concern about plans to deploy officers across UK to contain protests
One chief constable said the resources that had been asked for to cover the US president’s visit were on the scale required ‘if London was burning down’.
 One chief constable said the resources that had been asked for to cover the US president’s visit were on the scale required ‘if London was burning down’. Photograph: Edward Smith/PA
Police are planning the biggest mobilisation of officers since the 2011 riots as thousands of people in the UK prepare to protest against the arrival this week of Donald Trump.
Thousands of officers will be moving across the country to contain demonstrations against the US president,who arrives on Thursday and will visit London, Windsor and Scotland during the two-day trip.
One chief constable said the resources that had been asked for were on the scale required “if London was burning down”. Firearms officers, armed counter-terrorism units, public order officers and dog handlers are being deployed for the visit.
Police chiefs said the initial numbers being asked for by the National PoliceCoordination Centre (NPoCC) were too high and that they fought to cut them.
Several chiefs told the Guardian they were concerned the demands to send personnel to protect Trump added to the pressure to find enough officers to keep their own areas sufficiently safe.
One said: “The more we send there, the less we have for our areas. With the hot weather, if anything kicks off, we are struggling. They cut the officers in the urban areas [biggest forces] and now they need them.”
The original planning was for 6,000 officers, deployed within about 300 police support units, which would comprise one inspector, three sergeants and 18 to 20 constables.
It is understood that about 4,000 officers will be mobilised, to support colleagues in the areas Trump is visiting, and that some forces in other regions have restricted leave so their officers can make up the numbers.
The Police Federation has already acknowledged said that the president’s visit will put “unquestionable pressure” on UK police forces.