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Why Condoleezza Rice should not hold power at Dropbox

She helped start the Iraq War

Many people mistakenly believe that Condoleezza Rice simply served as the Secretary of State and didn’t have a role in the decision to go to war with Iraq. In fact, Condoleezza Rice was President Bush’s National Security Advisor during the lead-up to the Iraq War, and was intimately involved in the decision to go to war with Iraq and spoke publicly in support of it. She was an integral part of the Bush administration’s campaign of lies surrounding the war, working to further public support of the war by lying about Iraq’s non-existent weapons of mass destruction. In January of 2003, Rice published an editorial in the New York Times entitled ”Why We Know Iraq Is Lying”.

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Exclusive Interview: Zygmunt Bauman

CPFL Energia and the Boundaries of Thought have the honor to present an exclusive video testimony of the Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman, recorded in his home city of Leeds, England, on July 23, 2011, by CPFL and Borders team.

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"Kim Gordon said something really cool in an interview once; she said that people go to rock shows to see people believe in themselves for an hour and a half, and I think that’s really true. I mean, because everybody has doubts about themselves or about what they do, but the point of being on stage is to kind of give people something to believe in, and you have to believe in it, even if it’s just for an hour and a half.”

— Annie Clark
Photographed by Marta Salicrú

zerosara:

"Kim Gordon said something really cool in an interview once; she said that people go to rock shows to see people believe in themselves for an hour and a half, and I think that’s really true. I mean, because everybody has doubts about themselves or about what they do, but the point of being on stage is to kind of give people something to believe in, and you have to believe in it, even if it’s just for an hour and a half.”

Annie Clark
Photographed by Marta Salicrú