|Girls believe fairytales (Marina Aleksandrova).|
It is not just Washington D.C., New York, or Los Angeles, but there were many capitals that dragged booty from imperial conquests to pile up and show the world how profitable war can be when corporations join governments to produce "fascism," the marriage of business and military power.
- *What is imperialism? It's a national policy or practice of increasing power an wealth by forcibly taking control of other countries, usually a rich nation getting richer by enslaving and impoverishing people in poorer countries.
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|The housing in space ("heaven") is full of mansions, palaces, castles (Sanskrit vimanas) like this Theravada Buddhist temple in Thailand (Dawson_christopher/flickr.com).|
|I used to believe in fairytales (z3.ifrm.com).|
Meanwhile, the Japanese and the Chinese before them (and even the Tibetans conquering the Himalayan region from Mongolia to Bangladesh) had their turns. The infected-mentality continues, an China is far from finished.
But long ago, in space, it began with this satellite civilization, this out-of-the-way colony that became important for its strange earthling life forms. We remember in mythology and celebrate it in the form of "Star Wars," "Star Trek," and futuristic tales repeating age-old archetypal storylines that "feel" right.
The Making of the Nutcracker
(Gary St. Martin) The documentary follows City Ballet of San Diego, now in its 17th season, for its annual Nutcracker performance from Day 1 of rehearsal through ten performances at Spreckles Theatre. The company is directed by Steven and Elizabeth Wistrich, former dancers with the Boston Ballet and the Stuttgart Ballet. Filmed in five locations.
|Imperial war is cool: Let's get that booty.|
|Down with imperial fascists! (FEMEN)|
|Russia created it.|