On some level, it is tempting to say, “goodbye and good riddance” to 2012. For all the positive experiences it may have brought us, those were overshadowed by losses that will live with us for a very long time. But no matter how much we would like to “put them behind us” and declare their end, the truth is that they mark the beginning of a new era of deepening loss and cultural chaos. I assume that the reader understands this, but at the same time, I believe it is crucial to evaluate the lessons which this formidable year offers us.
Mike Ruppert and Peter Joseph discuss the current unraveling and where it’s headed.
- Reflecting On “Savage Grace” By Kathleen Byrne
- Regenerative Resilience in Global Crisis with Carolyn Baker & Dr. Julie Krull
- How Greed, Fear, And Our Own Biases Blind Us To The Reality Of Climate Change, By James S. Gordon, MD
- Life in the Anthropocene, Field Notes From The Santa Rosa Fires, By Dianne Monroe
- Climate Change And The Human Mind: A Noted Psychiatrist Weighs In, With Robert Jay Lifton
- It’s Pretty Much Inevitable That Trump Will Try To Stage A Coup And Overthrow Democracy, An Interview With Timothy Snyder, Yale Historian
- John Kelly And The Language Of The Military Coup, By Masha Gessen
- The Wisdom Of The Dark Emotions, By Miriam Greenspan
- Betrayal: The Pervasive And Defining Crime Of Our Age, By Chris Martenson
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