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Saint Peter's College Student Activities presents - Outdoor Spring Events

Check out these scenes from "Class Wars," "Meet me in the Quad,"and Indopak's Holi Celebration. This video was filmed and edited by Tevin Cunningham '14.

War Records Medgar Evers College Footage

War Records Medgar Evers College Footage.

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Abby's College Graduation Speech

Commencement 2010

Dover Business College Commencement Ceremony on July 17th, 2010 For more information about Dover Business College please call 800-721-5094 Ext.

Memorial Service for Prof. Robert Whitton

More than 1000 people filled Davidson College Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Nov. 19, to celebrate the life of Prof. Robert Whitton, who died Friday, Nov.

JC Ryle - John Wesley and His Ministry (4 of 10)

A large video collection of classic hymns, contemporary Praise and Worship songs, and the works (audio books, devotional readings, and sermons) of men ...

Vicky Freeman-White Dance Showreel

This is the Showreel of Vicky Weedon (Freeman-White) 2013, including studio work, and various clips from shows & film I have appeared in. Graduated from ...

Condoleeza Rice Lecture at Sophia University on March 19, 2005

Condi Rice lecture at Sophia University on March 19, 2005 Tokyo, "Sorry Ms. Rice, but Sarin Terror on Tokyo Metro was only one day shy for 10 years not 'a few ...

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Condoleezza Rice, Charged with War Crimes at Rutgers historian Professor Rudy Bell argued that while it would be appropriate to have Rice on campus as part of an academic debate, she is unsuitable as a commencement speaker because of her role in an administration that launched an illegal and destructive war and practiced torture. He said, “Commencement is a day when we honor the graduates, who have accomplished so much. It’s a day when there should not be controversy.” He also pointed to her role in an administration that practiced torture. Some 50 students occupied the offices of Rutgers University’s president last week in protest. Professor Bell is being polite. Dr. Rice is a war criminal in international law. She played a key role in launching a war that contravenes the United Nations charter, which requires that use of force against another country come either in self-defense after an attack or be authorized by the United Nations Security Council (as was the case with the Gulf War, Afghanistan and Libya). Even if one took seriously the “responsibility to protect,” which some feel justifies a humanitarian intervention to stop an ongoing genocide, there was no massive humanitarian crisis in 2002 in Iraq that justified a foreign invasion. Nor did any large international organization back the war in Iraq– even the US’s NATO allies were almost universally opposed (excepting the UK and some recent Eastern European additions, who also cooperated with Bush’s torture program). Not only did she back an illegal invasion and occupation, she did so on the basis of a set of falsehoods. She retailed 56 distinct falsehoods to the American people. She warned that we do not want the smoking gun for Iraq’s (non-existent) nuclear weapons program to be a mushroom cloud, a piece of war propaganda that would have caused Goebbels’ heart to swell with pride. As then Rep. Robert Wexler argued, Rice had at hand intelligence that contradicted her talking points, but always made a forceful case for war. She even had the US public convinced that poor, weak, ramshackle Iraq, lacking a navy or air force and under severe economic sanctions for a decade, posed an existential threat to the United States. Rice’s actions established a precedent that has been cited by Vladimir Putin for his intervention in the Ukraine, and so contributed to a profound weakening and deterioration of the framework of international legality that the post-World War II generation, including Dwight Eisenhower, attempted to erect. As for Iraq, she left it a broken country, with hundreds of thousands dead, 2 million displaced abroad, 4 million displaced internally, likely 400,000 badly wounded, where car bombings and sniping still take some 800 lives a month and where radical Sunni al-Qaeda affiliates have established themselves and Iran-linked radical Shiite militias have free play. She hinted around at an al-Qaeda link to Iraq before she invaded it, but there was none. She brought al-Qaeda to Iraq and it has killed far more Iraqis than the 3000 Americans whose lives it took on September 11. Iraq never had anything at all to do with al-Qaeda, but she made it a scapegoat so as to get at its petroleum resources. I’m with Rudy Bell, that campuses should be open to all kinds of people. But when we bring war criminals, it should be at least in part to debate with them their criminal actions, not to honor them with a doctorate and give them $35,000. And graduating students at a liberal arts university deserve to hear from admirable people, like Foreign Service Officers John H. Brown and Peter Van Buren. High office does not mint a person as an exemplar. It is a platform for potential achievements, and where it is used for death and mayhem and illegality, it is a badge of dishonor.
Condi Rice lecture at Sophia University on March 19, 2005 Tokyo, "Sorry Ms. Rice, but Sarin Terror on Tokyo Metro was only one day shy for 10 years not 'a few yeas ago.' don't put stress on 10 years to accuse of terrorists for victims including me is suffering" - I am criticizing Japanese Media and bureaucrats to politicians in the last case. 8:37 - 8:57. (Condoleezza Rice is just reading written script can be obtained with the following link in its original.", and of course, the attack by terrorists on a Tokyo subway just a few years ago.") //2001-2009.state.gov/secretary/rm/2005/43655.htm I beg your pardon, Ms Rice for childish questions thrown against you after your lecture including the last question by an old man who is on the side of Japanese government. (c) COPYRIGHT Disclaimer, Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. Allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

AFL 'I'd Like to See That' Australian TV ad 1994

This video is about AFL 1994.

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Fuck it would have been expensive to pay all the athletes
+FatKraker we did it for cheap. They knew the guys in Aus pretty well when touring here.
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