GOODBYE, NELSON

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Sunday, December 8, 2013
Volume 6, No. 50
Northstar Media Services
Rusty Miller – Editor
Seattle, Washington
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GOODBYE, NELSON

Hi again from the shores of the Salish Sea.  The Family of Humankind has lost a softspoken, gentle, articulate black Moses who literally led his people from bondage and into an internationally enlightened age.

Despite decades of incarceration, torture, conflicts within his own family and certainly those haunting doubts that rob sleep from any great person, he outlived most of those who opposed him and he did it without hating anyone.

He was fighting racists and bigots but he did not become one.  He was, in that regard, not unlike another personal hero and roll model, America’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  And he was also like someone in my own family.

There are few people, living or dead, whose lives and personal examples have inspired me more than Nelson Mandela.  I have studied the history of his country and of that brutal and dehumanizing human institution called “apartheid.”

While I have never been incarcerated, I know that prison is especially rough in a place where you are one colour and your guards are of another and neither of you likes the other very much.

I have been beaten for my beliefs but never so terribly I couldn’t stand up after.  I know that Nelson Mandela, in his struggle not only for the freedom of black South Africans but for the true emancipation of whites of that nation, as well, suffered all of this and more.

At times, I totally loathe a world in which people like Nelson Mandela suffer so much for what I consider the fundamental rights of every person on the planet.  But since I do live in such a world, I am glad there are those with the courage, the integrity and the sense of social responsibility to step forward and truly make a difference.

Nelson, I will miss you.

FOR MORE ON THE LIFE & TIMES OF NELSON MANDELA
Mandela’s Death Leaves South Africa Without Its Moral Center
Video: The Life of Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013
Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s Liberator as Prisoner and President, Dies at 95
Mandela Taught a Continent to Forgive
Mandela’s Death Stirs Sense of Loss Around the World
Where Mandela Once Boxed, Men Fill Days Lifting Weights
Generation Born After Apartheid Sees Mandela’s Fight as History
 
 

IN OTHER NEWS

Having served in this particular theatre of operations and with friends in Japan, this does not come as real good news.  In the East China Sea, a Far Bigger Test of Power Looms

What state’s residents are most likely to curse and which, the least?  The answers just might surprise you.

On the other hand, this is good news.  Out of a Lull, Automakers Post Strong U.S. Sales in November

WORLD NEWS SHORTS

CENTRALAFRICANREPUBLIC Reports From the Central African Republic’s ‘Darkest Days’
CHINA Chinese Leader’s Rise Came With New Attention to Dispute With Japan

China Pressures U.S. Journalists, Prompting Warning From Biden

Shanghai‘s Smog Problem

EUROPEAN UNION European Watchdog Warns of Possible Action Against Ratings Agencies

E.U. Imposes $2.3 Billion in Fines Over Rate-Rigging Scandal

GREECE Parliament Approves 2014 Budget in Greece
ITALY Deadly Factory Fire Bares Racial Tensions in Italy
NORTH KOREA Uncle of North Korean Leader Stripped Of Power, According To Reports

Veteran Seized By North Korea During Tour Is Back Home In United States

RUSSIA Russia’s First Smartphone Goes On Sale

Russian PM Signals That Khodorkovsky, Pussy Riot Members Won’t Be Covered By Upcoming Amnesty

THAILAND Thai Protests Enter Volatile New Phase After Fatal Shootings
UKRAINE SEE SHORTS BELOW
UNITED KINGDOM British Finance Chief Hails Austerity’s Benefits

Behind London Tech Scene, a Government Push

Britain’s Ministry of Nudges

UNITED STATES 4 Dead In Metro-North Train Derailment In The Bronx

American 15-Year-Olds Lag, Mainly In Math, On International Standardized Tests

Pension Ruling In Detroit Echoes West To California

Illinois Legislature Approves Retiree Benefit Cuts In Troubled Pension System

Scientists: Current International Warming Target Is “Disastrous”

U.S. Growth Faster Than Estimated as Businesses Stock Up

On the World’s Roads, More American Wheels

Bratton to Lead New York Police for Second Time

Wall Street Jumps After Release of Jobs Data

North Korea Says It Has Released Veteran It Held After Visit

VATICAN Pope Setting Up Commission on Clerical Child Abuse
CLIMATE CHANGE
When it comes to climate change, this artist lets the trees do the talking
Climate change will ruin Christmas by threatening Christmas trees
Scientists: Current international warming target is “disastrous”
A Temporary Solution to Global Warming
 
DETROIT
Ruling Makes Detroit Biggest City to Qualify for Bankruptcy
Detroit Ruling on Bankruptcy Lifts Pension Protections
Video: What Bankruptcy Means for Detroit
 
 
SYRIA
Top U.N. Rights Official Links Assad to Crimes in Syria
Major Hezbollah Figure, Tied to Syrian War, Is Assassinated Near Beirut
 
SPYING
Editor Describes Pressure After Leaks by Snowden
Documents Say Phones Outside U.S. Are Tracked
Internet Firms Step Up Efforts to Stop Spying
The spying game: Companies monitor activists because they can
 
UKRAINE
Thousands of Protesters in Ukraine Demand Leader’s Resignation
Ukrainian Protesters Control Landmark Plaza
Ukrainian Government Survives Confidence Vote, and Protests Continue
Ukraine Protests Persist as Bid to Oust Government Fails
Kiev Protesters See Potent Ally Under a Spire
Behind Scenes, Ukraine’s Rich and Powerful Battle Over the Future
Pro-Government Ukrainians Take to Streets to Denounce European Social Values
 
WAR ON TERRORISM
Jihadist Groups Gain in Turmoil Across Middle East
 
 
WINTER STORM CLEON
Winter Storm Cleon:  State By State
Icy Weather Grounds Flights Across the U.S.
 
 

OH CANADA

Canada’s not having it any easier than the States with this premature onslaught of Ice Age weather.  However, being further north, this might just work to good advantage.  We have more experience with dog sled, for instance, than most of America beyond the border states.  For more, yep, check this out.  Bundle up — wintry blast gripping B.C.

Video: Vancouverites remember Nelson Mandela

I so wish I could join these folks.  3 former PMs to accompany Stephen Harper to pay final respects to Nelson Mandela

She’s Canadian.  He’s American.  Here’s what we look like from a puma’s perspective.

She’s Canadian. He’s American. Here’s what we look like from a puma’s perspective.

Felina:      The human world is so quiet this morning, Samuel.

Sam:         It is how they mourn the crossing over from this life to the next of the lion kings among them.

Felina:      Yes, of course and quite so.  Their Nelson Mandela was a giant even among our African cousins.

Sam:         He also had several other distinctions that made him a creature worthy of the sweat of the Creator.

Felina:      He was hunted, trapped and caged just as they do every living creature they encounter, including their own.

Sam:         He suffered all of the indignities of a caged creature and much of the cruelty.

Felina:      Never once did he attack his keepers, nor did he ever learn to hate them.  He recognized that those who enslave are just as much in chains as those they claim to master.

Sam:         Lass, you never cease to amaze me.

Felina:      Nor will that ever change, mate of my three lifetimes.  Their Nelson Mandela’s “roar” was heard far beyond his cage.  His own large pride heard it.  And then lions in other places, one by one, adding their voices until it became as Armageddon thunder.

Sam:         And his keepers could not get a moment’s rest so they released him.

Felina:      And in return, he brought the gift of freedom even to them.

Sam:         That one is going to be a tough act to follow, oh sun and moon of my life.

Felina:      Indeed, my love.  But as long as there is one lion who remembers, he will not truly be gone.

Sam:         Absolutely no argument there, Sweetheart.  So on that note, Felina?

Felina:      And on that note then, Gentle Readers, may the Creator keep you safe in the palm of Her paw.  Until next week then, eh?

GOOD EXAMPLES

Some editions, one Good Example outshines three bad ones.  That is certainly the case this week.  Pope Setting Up Commission on Clerical Child Abuse

BAD EXAMPLES

Where is the most dangerous place on the planet for relief workers?  Somehow, I doubt the answer will surprise very many of you.

We thought this was going to turn out like this.  Arizona Agency Is Faulted in Deaths of Firefighters

This is a little unsettling.  Slowly They Modernize: A Federal Agency That Still Uses Floppy Disks

EXPLORATION, HISTORY, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Ever since Adam and Eve covered themselves with some fig leafs destined for the stomach of another creature in the Garden, our species has been tinkering with the environment.  That may not have been the brightest thing we’ve ever done.  Air apparent: Once we start geoengineering, it may be hard to stop

Now that it’s freezing and raining, I found something totally cool for my bike.  This nifty accessory turns your bike into a minibar

This looks encouraging.  A Temporary Solution to Global Warming

Here On Earth
Photos: 173-Square-Foot Micro-Apartments
Baffling 400,000-Year-Old Clue To Human Origins
How Long Have Humans Dominated the Planet?
 
Technology
Google Puts Money On Robots, Using The Man Behind Android
Cargo Bikes The New Minivan For Cycling Families
Mobile Banks Gaining Popularity With Young Consumers
 
Outer Space
Sun’s Magnetic Field Will Soon Flip, Presenting Us With A Light Show
Video: Chris Hadfield on space travel and life on earth
Video Trailer: Gravity – with George Clooney and Sandra Bullock
 

NORTHSTAR WEEKLY QUIZ

Okay, gang.  How much do you know about Nelson Mandela

And for others so addicted, here is a 10-question daily trivia we have emailed to us.

THE GREEN AGENDA

Your Dandruff Shampoo Is Screwing Up Algae And Fish

Large Companies Prepared To Pay Price On Carbon

Scientists: Current International Warming Target Is “Disastrous”

Obama Doubles Green Energy Goal At Federal Agencies

HEALTH

There’s a new bra on the market now and its manufacturers say it can help women stop binge eating.

Espresso lovers should probably read this and be careful.  Fancy espresso machines are leaching lead into your coffee

We thought this was fantastic.  And we’re doing about 75% of the things on that list.  Someone asked my infamous Uncle Seamus what the secret to his own considerable longevity was.  He told them it was a healthy desire to bury his critics.  I doubt very seriously if he ever read this.  37 Scientifically Proven Methods to Living a Happier Life

NOURISHMENT FOR BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Leah Libow
Wellness Coach, Nourishing Educator/Cook, Writer
 
I love the dark and cold of winter because it calls us to gather together and to light up the night with candles and holiday lights in celebration of our bright spirits and our strength of purpose. And of course cuddling and snuggling are perks too!

In celebration of You and the holiday season, I am offering $50 off on 12-week coaching packages! Do you know someone who wants to reconnect with themselves? Do you want to gift yourself with 12 weeks of loving attention? If the answer is YES! then let’s set up a time to talk! And, by the way, the 12-week coaching package comes packaged with a red ribbon and loads of love! 😉

This week I begin a conversation about how to reconnect with our bodies and food in a loving way – What is Wellness? – The Carrot Experiment. Tis the season to eat a lot things that may or may not support our wellness and also the season to renew our dedication and commitment to nourishing ourselves and the ones we love.

I’d like to also remind you that I am teaching a kraut making class on December 15 – Let’s Make Kraut! There’s only room for 6 people this time around, so sign up early to get a spot!!! We’ll be talking about all the great organisms that help to make kraut so awesome and also spending some time being present to the process of engaging with our food. You’ll leave with new information, a jar of kraut and an uplifted spirit! Join us for some great fun!

And…another reminder that I will be joining Dr. Annabeth Macy this Thursday, December 5, for a talk on Nourishing Ourselves. There’s still space to sign up for a hearty discussion about what nourishment is for you! And… leave with a better understanding of how you do what you do in the world and how to connect in with that juicy energy that makes you feel ALIVE!

Have a beautiful week!

May you be nourished,

Leah

 

 

ON THE CANCER FRONT

In Loving Memory of
Shannon Patricia Goddard Mills
“Short Stuff”
1962 – 2001     

Gene therapy is scoring dramatic victories over certain blood cancers, including leukemia.

LINKS
CANCER:  WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY
 

LIFESTYLE

Should We Encourage Our Kids to Spend Their Teenage Years as Cyber Deviants?

Seeing the Toll, Schools Revise Zero Tolerance

American 15-Year-Olds Lag, Mainly in Math, on International Standardized Tests

Amsterdam Has a Deal for Alcoholics: Work Paid in Beer

Gay marriages were 17 percent of WA weddings

Oregon hard hit by food stamp cuts

IN MEMORIUM

Video: The Life of Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013

Tabu Ley Rochereau Dies; Spread the Sound of Soukous

Delbert Tibbs, Who Left Death Row and Fought Against It, Dies at 74 

FROM YOU GUYS

US SENATOR MARIA CANTWELL (D. WASHINGTON) ON GENERIC ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE

Dear Mr. Miller,

Thank you for contacting me about genetic engineering in agriculture. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

The Senate passed the Agricultural Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2013 (S.954), also known as the farm bill, on June 10, 2013, to reauthorize the federal government’s agriculture and food programs. I strongly supported passage of this legislation, which will strengthen investments in WashingtonState’s agriculture economy and research, sustain local and organic food programs, and save taxpayers more than $23 billion.

Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) has filed amendments (S. Amdt. 1025 and S. Amdt. 1026) to express the sense of the Senate concerning the labeling of genetically modified foods and to require a report on the methods of labeling genetically modified food in nations that already label these foods and the potential effects of having differing state labeling laws in the absence of a federal labeling standard with respect to genetically modified food. However, these amendments were not voted on during the Senate debate.

It may interest you to know that the U.S. Senate did consider an amendment (S. Amdt. 965) introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to affirm the rights of states to label foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients.  If enacted, the amendment would have allowed states to require the labeling of foods produced with genetically engineered ingredients.  I voted for this amendment on May 22, 20313; unfortunately it was not agreed to.

I believe that federal agencies should undertake comprehensive scientific reviews of genetically engineered crops, including considering any environmental, ecological and human health implications. Because the science surrounding certain types of genetically engineered crops is relatively new, the U.S. Senate has a responsibility to carefully examine all aspects of this issue based on the information that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and other stakeholders provide.

Thank you again for contacting me to share your thoughts on this matter. Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,

Maria Cantwell

United States Senator

For future correspondence with my office, please visit my website at http://cantwell.senate.gov/contact/

 

AMNESTY INTERNATION – NELSON MANDELA

Dear Merritt Scott,

Thank you for sharing your feelings about Nelson Mandela on Amnesty’s memorial wall.


For me, Nelson Mandela is one of the reasons I began working for Amnesty International.

Mandela not only led the struggle to end apartheid and bring democracy to South Africa, but he also campaigned for other human rights struggles, such as treatment for people with HIV/AIDS. As Mandela said, “As long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality persist in our world, none of us can truly rest.”

Join me in committing yourself to human rights for everyone on the planet. And please share your Mandela post on Facebook and Twitter and ask your friends and family to post their own feelings about Mandela.

Thanks you.

Salil Shetty

Secretary General

Amnesty International

BEST OF THE NET

Video interview with wildlife photographer Tom Murphy, who also selected and captioned the still photos in this outstanding production.

Video:  Reflections from Soweto:  Near Nelson Mandela’s former home, South Africans mourn the late leader and remember his legacy as a freedom fighter.

Video: On Stage in Seoul:   Building on the phenomenal popularity of Korean pop music and soap operas among women in their 20s and 30s, Broadway and Korean producers are turning Seoul into a boomtown for American musicals.

NORTHSTAR ENDORSES

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

BACK COUNTRY GALLERY:  BEST NATURE PHOTOS ON THE NET

BLACK SEA AGRO: AGRICULTURE IN THE BLACK SEA REGION

CREAM MAGAZINE & MILLENNIUM ART GALLERY

HELP END WORLD HUNGER & POVERTY | HEIFER INTERNATIONAL® | HEIFER.ORG

THE SEADOC SOCIETY: PEOPLE & SCIENCE HEALING THE SEA

SIERRA CLUB

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND

WRITING FOR PEACE

BLOGS WE FOLLOW

GRITtv With Laura Flaunders is about personal and community empowerment in an environmentally sane world.

No Camels – Weekly Israeli Innovation News is like a blend of Popular Mechanics, Scientific American and the science pages of the New York Times and the Huffington Post.  I totally geek out when I read these folks.

SEATTLE SCENES 

If anyone asks, yep, it gets this cold in Seattle.  Photo by Rusty Miller

If anyone asks, yep, it gets this cold in Seattle. Photo by Rusty Miller

FREEZING TEMPS TO DROP INTO TEENS OVERNIGHT

Nope, you are not imagining it.  Our own little Ice Age apparently hath cometh.  KING5 News has an outstanding “winterizing” site and we direct you to it by going here.

METRO IN BIG TROUBLE

Unless alternative funding and/or other solutions are found soon, Metro bus service in KingCounty will be dramatically reduced in the autumn of 2014.  Public meetings are being held this month so we, the “ridership” can become part of this process.  For more on this one, please go here.

SEATTLE DIRECTORY
SEATTLE FACTS & FIGURES
MAP OF SEATTLE
10-DAY WEATHER FORECAST
SEATTLE CITY CAMS
KOMO 4 NEWS (ABC)
KIRO 7 (CBS)
KING 5 NEWS (NBC)
SEATTLE TIMES
THE TODAY FILE:  “THE LATEST NEWS FROM SEATTLE & AROUND THE NORTHWEST”
EARTHQUAKE WATCH
WHAT’S GOING ON IN SEATTLE?
SEATTLE RESTAURANT GUIDE

FROM NORTHSTAR

TESTAMENT ICON      WRATH OF THE TESTAMENT

It is an America gone mad from the addiction to war and desperate for resources beyond her own borders.  A military dictatorship controls the country and life is grim. The Republic is fighting for its very survival and for decades, especially with Latin America.

This is the world of the United States Coast Guard cutter Testament, a cybernetic patrol boat, and her six-person crew.  Her mission, and those of her sister craft, is simple

Quench the rebellion and stop the flow of Americans seeking refuge in Canada. Kill when expedient.  Deliver the survivors to the Bellingham Re-Education Center.

A simple operational order and one which has served America well.  Until Testament

For a preview:  Go Here

For the kindle book: ($3.99) at amazon.com

BACK COUNTRY GALLERY’S monthly wallpaper is now available.

 

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ALL CREATURES, GREAT AND SMALL

I know someone like this.  Orchid Mantis Lures Prey with Beauty

Check out this new species of cat which has been discovered in Brazil.

We totally loved this because they are proliferate in Seattle.  Wildlife friendly gardens really do enhance not only the natural aesthetics of the property but its market value.

FROM OUR GOOD FRIENDS OUT THERE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

This is a little late for Thanksgiving but their photo of a greater sage grouse was just too outstanding not to share.   Our thanks, as always, to the folks in two nations who bring us the Great Backyard Bird Hunt.

 The SeaDoc Society’s December 2013 newsletter is available online.  It is as impressive this month as it is each time it is published.  Articles include:  Unraveling the Mystery of Stranded Whales, an upcoming Salish Sea (fka Puget Sound) ecosystem conference, and an outing rescuing some Common Murrells, which for the uninformed (including me once), CMs are waterfowl.

RELATED LINKS:
Living With Wildlife
BBC’s wildlife finder
National Geographic Daily News – Animals
 


Framed RustyA FINAL WORD

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MERRITT SCOTT MILLER Bio Wrath of the Testament Author and Northstar Journal editor Merritt Scott (Rusty) Miller is a former newspaper reporter who has published extensively in the Pacific Northwest and several times nationally. A U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam War, he began his career in the alternative media of the mid-Seventies. His own Sacramento-based monthly ~ Rapline ~ drew praise from Sacramento BEE metro columnist Herb Michelson in a column published that that newspaper; and from Berkeley Film Quarterly editor and author of the bestsellers Ecotopia and Ecotopia Emerging, Ernest Callenbach. A Northern California native with roots in British Columbia, Mr. Miller has written for several Northwest community newspapers, United Press International, the daily Portland Oregonian and for such Seattle publications as the Post-Intelligencer, The Seattle Press and the University Herald. As an investigative reporter for the McMinnville, Oregon News-Register ~ and in conjunction with CBS News in New York, Washington, DC and Flagstaff, Arizona ~ Mr. Miller localized a story of alleged Contra gun-running by an international air freight company headquartered in that Willamette Valley community. During the 1987 Angel Complex Fire in southern Oregon, Mr. Miller worked as the lead dispatcher for the U.S. Forest Service and covered the disaster for National Public Radio and as a special writer for the Portland, Oregonian. His 1988 series on child abuse for a rural weekly earned him praise from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. In his career as a journalist, Mr. Miller has interviewed a Nobel peace laureate; an internationally renowned abstract artist; a popular folksinger and various Pacific Northwest elected officials, include a state treasurer and governor. An accomplished travel book writer, Mr. Miller has penned demographic and feature copy for the “Best Choices” series on Eastern Washington, British Columbia, Virginia, South Carolina and Atlanta. As either a contract or staff publicist, he has served a host of clients including the Olympia Music Festival, Umpqua Valley Community Hospital, the City of Canyonville, the Tiller Ranger District, The English School, the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners, Yamhill County Assessor Kim Worrell and Workers of Oregon Development. His freelance publications include: United Press International, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Portland Oregonian, Forest World, American Trucking, Trucks, Oregon Adventures, Oregon Education, Old Oregon, The Entertainer, the Seattle Press, the San Juan Island Sounder, Northwest Passage, Northwest Connection, Seattle Source, Seattle Forum, the University of Colorado’s Writers Forum, Clouds, The long Beach Literary Journal and the Pacific Media Group. He has worked since the age of 13 and has been a hop harvester, professional musician, civil servant, forester, convenience market clerk, lumber mill worker, temporary word processor, technical writer and editor. He has also led a social services research and development team and has six years of radio and telephone communications experience. His interests include astronomy, aviation, camping, Canada, communications, conversation, cooking, dancing, economic development, education, environmentalism, exploration, film/DVDs, fine dining, government, green technology, health. History, human rights, International community, Internet media, law, literature, marine engineering & design, medicine, music, nature, networking, outdoors, pets, photography, romance, science, sexuality, technology, travel, water, wildlife His honors and awards include: Letter of Appreciation - Amnesty International; US Senator Patti Murray Letter of Appreciation for The Northstar Journal Blog; Editors Choice, International Library of Poetry; Congressman Edward Murray Letter of Appreciation; Congressman Frank Chopp Letter of Appreciation; Hersch Best Read on the Net Award for The Northstar Journal; President Bill Clinton Letter of Appreciation; Workers Of Oregon Development Certificate of Appreciation; City of Canyonville Police Department Certificate of Appreciation; City of Canyonville Mayor’s Office Certificate of Appreciation; California Supreme Court Justice Rose Bird Letter of Appreciation; Northwest Magazine Editorial Board Letter of Appreciation for Rain; Editorial Award, Society of Professional Journalists; Sacramento Bee Metro Column; Honor Roll: California State University Long Beach; Deans List: Long Beach City; Mr. Miller currently resides in Seattle, Washington, where he continues to edit and publish The Northstar Journal. He is working on two novels concurrently and a sequel to Wrath of the Testament.
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