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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a pacifist
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
War, Hunger, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Human Rights
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ddjango (the "dd" is silent) is a political and cultural writer in exile from Boston. He began writing on the internet with the now-archived blog ddjangoWIrE in 2002, then founded P! in 2004. He has been known to post at American Samizdat, PBA, Peoples Voice, Thomas Paine's Corner, Empire Burlesque, Corrente, and other sites. He is also a published Content Provider at Associated Content and a Sustaining Member of ZNet.

Holding a Master of Education degree, ddjango has served as a community organizer, social worker, therapist, trainer/organizational developer, researcher, and cab driver. He was also an undistinguished singer-songwriter, member of the Boston-Cambridge folk community in the '60s and early '70s.

ddjango writes about post-politics, post-society, freethought, spirituality, singularity, trans- and post-humanism, and techno-fascism.
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Fallen from a Great Depth

Posted on January 12, 2010 at 9:34pm 0 Comments

I am lying on my couch, trying to read. I do that a lot these days. Trying to read. Trying to accept that this is a slow time for me, a season of healing from old wounds and more recent ones, some self-inflicted. Trying to find a place of peace in an ecology that has shunned peace.

Although the blank screen saver has darkened the computer behind me, I can still hear you within the infinite waves of Twitter ever changing the guard; ranting, cajoling, flirting, pushing out… Continue

Nobel: "Put Up or Shut Up"

Posted on October 15, 2009 at 2:21am 0 Comments

I have thought very carefully before adding my voice to the discussion about the 2009 Nobel Prize for Peace. What I've discovered is that few, if any, have written or talked about the irony of the award, concentrating on whether Obama "deserved" the prize.

It is obvious that Obama has not "earned" it. But that's not the point. As many have noted, the Peace Prize has indeed been awarded in the past on an "aspirational" note in the hope that certain efforts had sown the most… Continue

Firing Up the Fear Factory

Posted on October 4, 2009 at 6:29pm 0 Comments

Does anyone else find it more than a coincidence that lately the fear factory in Washington has stoked the fires up pretty close to a meltdown? The last time there was as much collective dread, I believe, was during the 1962 'Cuban Missile Crisis', a few days in October forty-seven years ago when the theory of Mutually Assured Destruction was challenged and stretched to a literal snapping point. We could hear the Nuke War Clock ticking down in our sleep. At that time, our national… Continue

The Silence of Freedom

Posted on September 23, 2009 at 1:01am 0 Comments

I know I'm not the only one, but I have to ask ...

Who's watching the store? Who is leading the Cabinet? Who is corralling the Democrats? Where does the buck stop? Instead of a presidency, we've bought into nothing more than a traveling wild west variety show, complete with gunslingers and the Snake Oil Salesman-in-Chief. The deluge of words over the weekend was simply over the top. For once, Faux Noose had the right idea in snubbing… Continue


Posted on August 30, 2009 at 6:44pm 0 Comments

I was "introduced", you might say, to the Kennedys when I was thirteen, in 1960.

My father, who had supported Eisenhower in 1952 and Stevenson in 1956, was supporting Kennedy in the 1960 election. JFK and my dad both graduated in the Class of 1940 from Harvard. Although I was born in California, to where my father had escaped his Bostonian parents after World War II, there was a little Kennedy in both of us. I inherited mine from my dad, of course. As for him, it was impossible to grow… Continue

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At 2:51pm on September 14, 2009, jim said…
Does $ make $ or do the people make the $
5% of the people have 95% of wealth
So who controls the banks

I was recently with Swami Veda Bharati in Washington DC with a group of people. Below is some of contact information about the gathering.
Swami Veda is a disciple of Swami Rama of the Himalayan tradition in Rishikesh,India



It is time to stand still

The Power of One 10.10.10 To catalyze quantum solutions to humanity’s greatest environmental and social challenges by shifting consciousness and celebrating the oneness of life.

www.powerofone10.10.10.org creating the "space" for a gathering of 1,000,000
at the Mall in Washington,DC October 10,2010

Ten Steps to 10.10.10
1. Experience Oneness
2.Quantum Dialogues
3.Music, Sound, Vibration, Light
4.Shifting Consciousness to Sustain Planet
5.Sustainable Film Festival, Movie, Book
6.Games For The Planet
7.C0-Creating Awards/Quantum Advertizing
8.Power of One School
9.Power of One Finance
10.Quantum Action Network

Possibilties, Quantum Activist - be prepared to take a discontinuous leap
www.quantumactivist.com There is a revolution going on in science.

Swami Veda Bharat has asked me to facilitate and organize a “Festival of International Meditational Cultures" to be held in Rishikesh, India 2013. One of the Goals is to have the United Nations establish a "Day of Silence"

Spiritual Wisdom for a planet in Peril
Preparing For 2012 and Beyond

Steven Lovink is one of the founders his email is jslovink@planet2025.net
and co founders Dr Laura Dunham , Sister Jenna Maraj,Brahma Kumaris

Power of One phone : 202 333 8878 , 202 333 8879
email : info@powerofone101010.org
At 1:41pm on July 28, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…

ddjango Come be part of our group
Gandhi, man of peace
Thank you
At 2:49am on July 21, 2009, ddjango said…
heh. thanks, Michael }8-{))
At 2:45am on July 21, 2009, Michael C. Dewey said…
At 1:15am on June 25, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…

ddjango Come be part of our group
Gandhi, man of peace
Thank you
At 12:58am on March 15, 2009, Maviba said…

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