Paradigm For Peace Applied To Russia, Ukraine, And The US: Proposal For A Peaceful Pathway Forward – Part 4. Mental Escalators Of Violence In US Policy And Media Makers – Part 4P

Part 4P. Proxy wars for fur and fossil fuels: Obsessions for resources are the cause and effect of mental, spiritual, physical, economic, and environmental imbalance False Bias #16. Oil Is a Vital Resource, and US Policymakers Are Smart and Psychologically Balanced in Their Pursuit of Fossil Fuels. The night of February 8, 1690, some 200 French troops with their Native American allies—primarily Sault Chippewa and Algonquins, attacked the settlement of Schenectady, New York. The inhabitants—largely Dutch, English, German, and Norwegian as well as African slaves and some Mohawk Iroquois—were caught…

US India will work to advance free and open Indo-Pacific White House

By Lalit K Jha(Eds: Recasting overnight story)    Washington, Sep 7 (PTI) The US will join hands with India to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific and continue to work together to deliver opportunity, security, freedom and dignity to its people, the White House has said, underlining that the two nations have ever-growing people-to-people connections.     White House Press Secretary Karin Jean-Pierre said that India and the United States are partners in many important areas, including defence, vaccines, climate and tech.     The two nations have ever-growing people-to-people connections, she told reporters on Tuesday…

PCG hosts int’l port experts for water management, anti-fouling training – Manila Bulletin

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said Wednesday, Sept. 7, that it has been hosting international Port State Control (PSC) experts to help train Filipino maritime stakeholders on the management of ballast water and anti-fouling systems. (Courtesy of Philippine Coast Guard) Vice Adm. Eduardo Fabricante, PCG deputy commandant for operations, said the PSC Expert Mission 2022 is being held in Manila from Sept. 5 to 9 with support from experts from the Tokyo Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control in the Asia-Pacific Region (Tokyo MOU), an inter-governmental co-operative organization which…

US, India will work to advance free and open Indo-Pacific: White House

The US will join hands with India to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific and continue to work together to deliver opportunity, security, freedom and dignity to its people, the White House has said, underlining that the two nations have ever-growing people-to-people connections. White House Press Secretary Karin Jean-Pierre said that India and the United States are partners in many important areas, including defence, vaccines, climate and tech. The two nations have ever-growing people-to-people connections, she told reporters on Tuesday at her daily news conference when asked in what way…

Farmers fear wider agricultural trade deficit as peso further weakens – Manila Bulletin

News / National / Farmers fear wider agricultural trade deficit as peso further weakens Farmers fear wider agricultural trade deficit as peso further weakens Farmers expressed their fear of wider agricultural trade deficit amid the further declining rate of peso. (Manila Bulletin File Photo) Peso, on Tuesday, Sept. 6, reached a new all-time low record and sank to P57 against the US dollar. The further declining rate of peso, according to peasant group Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP), will likely result in wider agricultural trade deficit as imported commodities are…

Marcos secures 3 agreements in Singapore state visit – Manila Bulletin

SINGAPORE — The Philippines and Singapore are expected to sign three agreements on counterterrorism, data privacy, and migrant workers as President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. ended his inaugural State Visit here on Wednesday, September 7. President Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. (Malacañang photo) In a press briefing, Press Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles said the Philippines and Singapore would sign an agreement concerning the assignment of a team to the Regional Counterterrorism Information Facility (CTIF). Maj. Gen. Romulo Manuel Jr., Philippine Army, Deputy Chief-of-Staff for Intel, will sign the agreement for the Philippines’…

NPA admits murdering barangay captain, 2 others in Negros Occidental – Manila Bulletin

BACOLOD CITY – The Roselyn Jean Pelle Command-Northern Negros Guerilla Front of the New People’s Army (RJPC-NPA) has claimed responsibility over the killing of a barangay captain and two other persons –Renato Estrebillo, Rodel Nobleza, and Barangay Lalong Captain Benjamin Javoc – in Calatrava, Negros Occidental in August. MAP of Negros Occidental with the municipality of Calatrava highlighted. Lt. Judesses Catalogo, spokesperson of the Negros Occidental police, said that murder charges were filed on Friday, Sept. 2, against seven NPA members identified in the killing of Javoc. Cecil Estrella, spokesperson…

Letter: A misreading of Beijing’s south-east Asia ambitions

You devote a half page article to the US, China and south-east Asia without once mentioning the issue of China’s execution of its claims over the South China Sea, despite most of that sea falling within the internationally acknowledged exclusive economic zones of Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines (Report, September 5). This Chinese expansion, starting in the 1990s, long predates the rise of US-China confrontation over Taiwan. Your article shows a classic of western media inability to see issues other than through its own current US vs China prism.…

Cyclone to enter PAR Wednesday or Thursday; ITCZ to bring rain showers over parts of PH – Manila Bulletin

(PAGASA FACEBOOK PAGE) The tropical depression east of Northern Luzon may enter the country’s area of responsibility between Wednesday evening, Sept. 7, and Thursday morning, Sept. 8, and will be named “Inday,” the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said. In its 5 a.m. bulletin on Wednesday, PAGASA located the tropical depression at around 1,525 kilometers (km) east of extreme Northern Luzon or 1,550 km east of Northern Luzon. It has maximum sustained winds of 55 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to…

Senator Marsha Blackburn: Tennesseans Stand With Taiwan – Clarksville Online

Written by Marsha BlackburnU.S. Senator Washington, D.C. – Communist China is on a mission for dominance. At the helm of the New Axis of Evil, China has indicated they will invade independent countries and destroy democratic leadership to achieve that end. My recent visit to Taiwan made it abundantly clear that the leaders in Taiwan want the United States and our allies to stand with them as they fight to keep their independence. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has always viewed non-conformity to them as a threat. In Xinjiang province,…