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Reaching Around the World, Around the Clock 24-7

The Clifford G. Harrison DIY Freedom & Independence Library by Sunrise Mountain Publishing at Kindle &

Know when to hold ’em, know when to run…

We Are Our Sister’s Keepers

We Are Our Sister’s Keepers
The wings of freedom have not been clipped, the energies of independence takes a mighty engine to put them in motion.

BBC World News Featuring Nina Ansary

Jewels of Allah by Nina Ansary

Jimmy Carter: Why I believe the mistreatment of women is the number one human rights abuse
America has to clean up it’s own act at the same time cleaning up the evils of the world…
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter gives a TED speech on abuses of women and girls globally.

Our Sister’s Keepers is a self-funded, privately-financed humanitarian organization. Global operations conduct missions liberating females endangered by evil forces and provide rescue, recovery and refuge missions worldwide in fusion with other humanitarian and human rights organizations.  Our Sister’s Keepers are among the voices condemning human rights violations against females, working to bring awareness and lead in legislation globally to end human rights violations against females. Our Sister’s Keepers is not a 501(c)(3) IRS governed organization nor is it affiliated with the talented global photographer Maria Plakos who brings awareness through photography for the same humanitarian and human rights issues concerning women and children. The Fundamental Guarantees of all human beings begin with their inalienable birthrights, yet many nations and societies fail to uphold those basic human rights for those born females. Our Sister’s Keepers stands to change that.

American Sniper, a great read by Chris Kyle (8 April 1974 – 2 February 2013)


Contains strong adult language!

“…The media back in the States made a big thing of the Iraqi government elections, but it was a nonevent for me. I wasn’t even out that day; I caught it on TV.

I never really believed the Iraqis would turn the country into a truly functioning democracy, but I thought at one point that there was a chance. I don’t know that I believe that now. It’s a pretty corrupt place.

But I didn’t risk my life to bring democracy to Iraq. I risked my life for my buddies, to protect my friends and fellow countrymen. I went to war for MY country, not Iraq. My country sent me out there so that bullshit wouldn’t make its way back to our shores.

I never once fought for the Iraqis. I could give a flying fuck about them.” –Chris Kyle, American Sniper


Britain's Education Secretary Michael Gove

Britain’s Education Secretary Michael Gove, (Please click image for story.)

No force is more evil than censorship.

Be it here in America or abroad, censorship of literature is pure communism and a deterrent to quality education. Where do they find idiots like Gove to hold power over the suppressed students of our world?

Banning books does but one thing, it narrows minds and reduces opportunity for a student to reach his or her fullest potential.

Hitler burned books. Stalin burned books. Book burners and censors are the demons of education and shall not be tolerated. ZERO TOLERANCE FOR BOOK CENSORSHIP! Say it.

A free world depends upon free minds. Communication and education depends upon the mind of the writer being transformed to the reader regardless of what generation or century either lived. A book on a library’s shelf or in a school curriculum is not an endorsement for such book, it is an opportunity to explore another opinion of another mind in another spectrum of history and life.

The banning of books prevent a person in growing into someone their potential allows and that someone may be in a free society or a suppressed one. When in a free society, books are banned, that free person, especially students and young adults, no longer remain free and have but one cloud over their head and it’s a dark one, indeed–SUPPRESSION OF THE MIND.

Education Secretary Michael Gove, I challenge you to reverse your decision and allow the children and students of our world grow with brilliant minds and not clouded ones of closed ideology.