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11805

Garry Davis mentioned in new book about World War II

In Chapter 11 of the World War II retrospective "The Fear & The Freedom: How the Second World War Changed Us," historian Keith Lowe explains why Garry Davis
wsahq_theglobecom
Dec 11
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11804

Re: Do We Really Need Borders?

Hi A very interesting article. However, I would just like to point out that borders are one of the defining characteristics of nation-states, and that you
Gary Kevin Shepherd
Dec 11
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11803

Re: 69th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: U

Hi This is a very interesting perspective. I would like to reprint it in UNITED WORLD, with your kind permission. World Peace and Unity, Gary P.S> It was a
Gary Kevin Shepherd
Dec 11
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11802

Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

I don't have a problem with being called a world citizen,but since we all live on this big blue sphere we call Earth and also responsible for preserving its
Daniel Branch
Dec 11
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Re: 69th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: U

Merci infiniment pour votre confiance Envoyé de mon iPhone Le 9 déc. 2017 à 11:23, legal@... [WorldCitizen] a
André Diana-Kimakanda
Dec 11
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11800

Re: Do We Really Need Borders?

Criminal back ground in what sense when yhere is no univrsiliy in criminal justice systems?? What of yhosr innocent people criminilised on fabricated evidence
Oringa Mark Adonga
Dec 11
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Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

Hello Gary & Everyone there: My origin is in an open conciliatory but now fragmented and deprived community who once hosted the worlds civilisation in North &
Oringa Mark Adonga
Dec 11
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11798

69th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Unify

By David Gallup Why should we think beyond our humanness to a worldly, earth perspective? Does the earth have a right to exist independently from humans? Do
wsahq_theglobecom
Dec 9
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Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

Certainly Group Discussions does change the World but we all need money to meet more people: Opportunity Closing: $1M Euros Required POF for a $700M in Equity
Vicente Galindo
Dec 9
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Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

Greetings: I’m not sure where you got such a negative definition of the English word cosmopolitan. That is certainly not the one that appears in my
Gary Kevin Shepherd
Dec 9
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Re: Do We Really Need Borders?

Should people with a criminal conviction be restricted from travel such as the International Megan's Law?  
james norris
Dec 9
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11794

Do We Really Need Borders?

Are borders necessary?Please read the article down below: Seven Reasons Why There Should Be Open Borders-Aisha Dodwell
Daniel Branch
Dec 8
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Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

Godwin Nweke godlyn2002@... [WorldCitizen] schreef op 28-11-2017 ... "world-citizen" is one word, "global citizen" is two. "global" is an adjective,
ro_esp2
Dec 8
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Re: Why Do We Call Ourselves World Citizens?

Hi As the byline indicates, this was written by David Gallup. Gary From: WorldCitizen@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WorldCitizen@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Tuesday,
Gary Kevin Shepherd
Dec 8
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Re: Nationalism,Cosmopolitanism and Identity Politics

Some historians trace cosmopolitanism's origins back to Diogenes The Cynic,who replied that he was a citizen of the world,when asked where he was from.Diogenes
Daniel Branch
Dec 5
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