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Cultural studies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

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Religious Culture "bourgeoisie" Politics 16 http://www.answers.com/topic/social-environment My Summery BURGHER SYSTEM 26 Jerusalem 36 ttp://whc.unesco.org/archive/repcom82.htm#jerusalem http://www.akdn.org/agency/akaa/ninthcycle/page_05txt. htm http://www.cbn.com/spirituallife/BibleStudyAndTheology/Disci pleship/vonBuseck_Jerusalem0306.asp The Real Israeli 46 http://www.aish.com/Israel/articles/Jerusalem_Jewish_and_M oslem_Claims_to_the_Holy_City.asp The bourgeoisie's Capitalism was a fascist government with a Burger culture that failed in 1936. 49 http://sumer1.tigblog.org/post/7599195

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Preface

Friday, June 5, 2009

CULTURE is a belief of a way to live one’s life.

It is an

innate knowledge of a species that copes with its environment. A culture can come from learning from a Tree of bourgeois-ifying Knowledge that orientates a child’s thoughts and actions. This is what is used to control a civilization. The below has words that was changed to give a ‘mind set’ of having gods and priests–governors to establish a Law of god thereby to control a civilization!
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Genesis I, chaYah: "living gods"
Elah`im is a word from Sumer/Samara of the chaldees (Middle-east). It is seen as a Chaldean/Hebrew word that can be found in Islam, the Torah and Bible. Elah`im or Eloh`im has been changed in English to "angel" and "god". Elo or El` means 'the most powerful ones' and the "im" is plural in the Middle-east and it is "heim" as their "abode" in the Nordic countries. In Genesis 6:4-6, the Nephilim of the Middle-east is spelt "NeflHeim" in the Nordic sagas. It is referred to as 'giants" in both the middle-east's Torah and Bible Genesis 6:4-6 and in the Nordic epics. In both Nordic and Middle-east epics they are said to be referred to as the sons of gods and giants. In the so-called Greek history or mythology, they have a long lineage that has been recorded on scrolls and their relatives can still be seen as statues around and on top of their government buildings around the world. Warning: the Samarian Grays/Burghers (DNA "J") are a different race than the Aryan (DNA "H" and etc.) so-called giants (NeflHeim/Nephilim, Rephaim, Anakim, etc. giants) but so is the ADAM race (DNA "1Ra) different than the other two. "Adam" in Chaldean/Hebrew is "man" in English!

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Richard DellermanSeptember 17, 2012 8:51 AM

TOPICS The study, Anthropology, Archaeology, World Religions/mythologies, AstrologyAstronomy, Religo-Politics/governments, genetic DNA, Blood Types and race migrations, Merchant – Banking cultures, and 32,000 years of histories of the Aurignacian {Mu=Atlan/Atlantiques’} civilizations. It relates to the World Bank's International Corporations and their influence on the Chartered (Lawful Agreement)Corporate States /Provinces in the United Nations' World Education Organization, World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, and about 30 more main UNDP's Organizations of the U.N., along with world symbols, flags, and body types.
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The Elah`im One book in sequence
Questions relating to any of the above is the study of Cultures -not personal beliefs.2

CULTURAL STUDIES
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

cultural studies seeks to understand the ways in which meaning is generated, disseminated, and produced through various practices, beliefs and institutions. Also the meaning of politically, economically, and even social structures within a given culture. Questions relating to any of the above is the study of Cultures -not personal beliefs.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

cultural studies seeks to understand the ways in which meaning is generated, disseminated, and produced through
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various practices, beliefs and institutions. Also to understand politically, economically and even social structures within a given culture.

Organizational Culture
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_culture

is the collective behavior of humans who are part of an organization and the meanings that the people attach to their actions. Culture includes the organization values, visions, norms, working language, systems, symbols, beliefs and habits. [1] It is also the pattern of such collective behaviors and assumptions that are taught to new organizational members as a way of perceiving, and even thinking and feeling. [2] Organizational culture affects the way people and groups interact with each other, with clients, and with stakeholders

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Dual inheritance theory
DIT also predicts that, under certain situations, cultural evolution may select for traits that are ‘genetically’ maladaptive. An example of this is the demographic transition, which describes the fall of birth rates within industrialized societies. Dual Inheritance Theorists hypothesize that the demographic transition may be a result of a prestige bias, - - gain more influence in civilization (industrial) societies are more likely to be chosen as cultural models.[9][10] [ TV movies stars, Music stars, and Sports stars also become role models influence by their role playing identity that influence the listener’s feelings.]
Richard DellermanOctober 2, 2012 8:20 PM http://eawc.evansville.edu/ropage.htm

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Culture of ROME, the great imperial city
You might wonder why APHRODITE, a Greek goddess, was memorialized in a fantastic sculpture in Roman times (and in Egypt, no less!). It is no surprise, then, that the Roman poet VIRGIL (or VERGIL) turns to Greek mythology and to the Greek epics as he fashions his own description of the origins and destiny of the Roman state, The Aeneid. Virgil writes his extended poem, in part, to win the favor of Augustus Caesar, the new emperor who emerges from the conflict surrounding the death of Julius Caesar. His other aim is to situate Rome in line with what was considered the great literary tradition of the time -- the Greek. Virgil's work thus is both polemic and propaganda: his blending of history and mythology provides a platform for the imperial agenda.
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[ They glorified mythology therefore influencing social attitudes that form a culture.] The (Christian) cathedral stands today as a symbol of the extraordinary integration of religion and political life that characterizes the Chartres of the twelfth century and the Middle Ages in general. Then there was no division of Church and State: the Church became the State, and the city wore its cathedral like a holy badge of Christendom on earth. the medieval integration of the religious and the social. [religious and the social influences often promotes attitudes as desirable and appropriate to the ideology and [religious and political] movements.]
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Ethnography the nature of a people
The biological, social, and cultural branches of anthropology but has also become a popular in the social sciences in general— sociology. Cultural anthropology and social anthropology were developed around ethnographic research and their canonical texts which are mostly ethnographies. A typical ethnography attempts to be holistic[18][19] and typically follows an outline to include a brief history of the culture in question, an analysis of the physical geography or terrain inhabited by the people under study, including climate, and often including what biological anthropologists call habitat. Folk notions of botany and zoology are presented as ethnobotany and ethnozoology alongside references from the formal sciences. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_L%C3
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%A9vi-Strauss#Summary In his own analysis of the formation of the identities that arise through marriages between tribes, Lévi-Strauss noted that the relation between the uncle and the nephew was to the relation between brother and sister, as the relation between father and son is to that between husband and wife, that is, A is to B as C is to D. Therefore if we know A, B, and C, we can predict D, just as if we know A and D, we can predict B and C. The goal of Lévi-Strauss's structural anthropology, then, was to simplify the masses of empirical data into generalized, comprehensible relations between units, which allow for predictive laws to be identified, such as A is to B as C is to D =============================== The social environment
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is the direct influence of a group of individuals and their contributions
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[participation] to this environment, as both groups and individuals who are in frequent communication with each other within their cultural[community] which create role identity. The social environment is the natural developing base habitation of any human beings directly from the people with whom the person interacts. It is the desire to preserve its character and the basis of the culture, and identification with other members of the [community]nation. It often promotes attitudes as desirable and appropriate to the ideology and [religious and political] movements. A given social environment is likely to keep together creating environment solidarity among its members, to think in similar ways, and more likely to trust and help one another. The One World (Order) culture takes away the individuality of a specific inherent social
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ideas and ethnics of a particular race. The mixture of ethnic and social customs has always created hostilities as can be seen in history. The so called ‘Western” Industrial civilization is being forced on many other countries in the world. This World Bank’s WTO has used NATO to change 3rd country cultures into forced labor for the Industrial giants. It looks as if the aborigines of Australia has kept to their identity and resisted the social changes from the inflow of so many Asians, Americans and European merchant Burghers! Burgher: 1. a prosperous or conservative member of the middle class; bourgeois: social class that owns most of the wealth and is regarded as exploiting the working class 2. -burgh; a parliamentary representative from a corporate town 3. -burgomaster; a mayor or chief magistrate;
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4. -bourgeoisie; an affluent middle-class people characterized as conventional 5. -to bourgeois; to make somebody or something bourgeois in character, conservative, or materialistic in outlook;
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Religious Culture
[See Preface, social environment]
Richard DellermanOctober 2, 2012 8:30 PM

I find each religion, even though it is saying the same things, supposedly refers to the country that follows the religion. Each religion's ORGANIZATION claims to be the 'Chosen Ones' and is trying to take control of the world. The followers of that religion are people that have no idea that their own leaders are creating the world's conflicts instead of realizing it is their CORPORATE Government (includes the religious leaders) that gives out propaganda to their citizens. Each nation controls its own religion and Laws to develop its culture. Every civilization is controlled by the Burgher System! [Burgher: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Burgher may refer to:
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• A formally defined class in medieval German cities, usually the only group from which city officials could be drawn. The equivalent in German of burgess or bourgeoisie. • More loosely, a member of the urban middle class, or • A resident of a burgh Burgher people, an ethnic group bourgeois: conventional: associated with affluent middle-class people, who are often characterized as conventional, conservative, or materialistic in outlook. 2. capitalist: according to Marxist theory, relating to the social class that owns the means of producing wealth and is regarded as exploiting the working class
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Bourgeoisie is a classification used in
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analyzing human societies to describe a social class of people. Historically, the bourgeoisie comes from the middle or merchant classes of the Middle Ages, whose status or power came from employment, education, and wealth, as distinguished from those whose power came from being born into an aristocratic family of land owners. In modern times, it is the class owning the means for producing wealth. The term bourgeoisie is widely used in many non-English speaking countries as an approximate equivalent of upper class under capitalism [2] (found in the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels). In the United States, where social class affiliation is perceived to lack some of the structure and rules of other nations, "bourgeoisie" is sometimes used to refer to
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those seen as being either upper class or upper middle class. Bourgeoisie is a French word that was borrowed directly into English in the specific sense described above. In the French feudal order pre-revolution, "bourgeois" was a class of citizens who were wealthier members of the Third Estate. [(House of Commons-Parliamentary Representative)] Bourgeoisie were defined by conditions such as length of residence and source of income. The word evolved to mean merchants and traders [see Hermes and Alchemy], and until the 19th century was mostly synonymous with the middle class (persons in the broad socioeconomic spectrum between nobility and serfs or proletarians). Then, as the power and wealth of the nobility faded in the second half of the 19th century, the bourgeoisie emerged as the new ruling class.
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The French word bourgeois evolved from the Old French word burgeis, meaning "an inhabitant of a town" (cf. Middle English burgeis, Middle Dutch burgher and German Bürger). The Old French word burgeis is derived from bourg, meaning a market town or medieval village, itself derived from Late Latin burgus, meaning "fortress".[3]

Rise
In the late Middle Ages, as cities were emerging, artisans and tradesmen began to emerge as both a physical and economic force. They formed guilds, associations and companies to conduct business and promote their own interests. These people were the original bourgeoisie. In the late Middle Ages (the 14th and 15th centuries), they were the highest guildsmen and artisans, as evidenced in their ability to pay the fines for breaking sumptuary laws, and by paying to be called citizens of the city in
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which they lived or the ability to be called bourgeoisie. In fact the King of France granted nobility to all of the bourgeoisie of Paris in the late fourteenth century. They eventually allied with the kings in centralising power and uprooting feudal barriers against trade. After the Middle Ages and going into the renaissance they were gradually becoming the ruling class in industrialised nationstates. In the 17th and 18th century, they generally supported the American revolution and French revolution in overthrowing the laws and privileges of the absolutist feudal order, clearing the way for the rapid expansion of commerce and the establishment of a capitalist society. [Not exactly!: The Revolution was the war between the Hapsburg’s European Empire with the British Empire over the American Continent!]
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With the expansion of commerce, trade, and the market economy, the bourgeoisie grew in size, influence, and power, owning 39,000 of the 50,000 venal offices. In all industrialized countries, the aristocracy either faded away slowly or found itself overthrown by a bourgeois revolution. Thus, the bourgeoisie rose to the top of the social hierarchy. One of the most influential of the aforementioned criticisms came from Karl Marx, who attacked bourgeois political theory and its view of civil society and culture for believing these concepts and institutions to be universally true; in Marx's view, these concepts were only the ideology of the bourgeoisie as a new ruling class, which sought to reshape society after its own image. Marxism defines the bourgeoisie as the social class which owns the means of
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production in a capitalist society. As such, the core of the modern bourgeosie is industrial bourgeosie, which obtains income by hiring workers to put in motion their capital, which is to say, their means of production - machines, tools, raw material, etc. Besides that, other bourgeois sectors also exist, notably the commercial bourgeoisie, that earns income from commercial activities such as the buying and selling of commodities, wares, and services. In medieval times, the bourgeois was typically a self-employed proprietor, small employer, entrepreneur, banker, or merchant. In industrial capitalism, on the other hand, the bourgeoisie becomes the ruling class - which means it also owns the bulk of the means of production (land, factories, offices, capital, resources - though in some countries land ownership would still be a monopoly of a different class,
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landed oligarchy), and controls the means of coercion (national armed forces, police, prison systems, court systems). Ownership of the means of production enables it to employ and exploit the work of a large mass of wage workers (the working class), who have no other means of livelihood than to sell their labour to property owners; while control over the means of coercion allows intervention during challenges from below.[4]

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Marx distinguished between "functioning
capitalists" actually managing enterprises, and others merely earning property rents or interest-income from financial assets or real estate (rentiers).[5] Marxism sees the proletariat (wage labourers) and bourgeoisie as directly
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waging an ongoing class struggle, in that capitalists exploit workers and workers try to resist exploitation. This exploitation takes place as follows: the workers, who own no means of production of their own, must seek employment in order to make a living. They get hired by a capitalist and work for him, producing some sort of goods or services. These goods or services then become the property of the capitalist, who sells them and gets a certain amount of money in exchange. Part of this money is used to pay workers' wages, another part is used to pay production costs, and a third part is kept by the capitalist in the form of profit (or surplus value in Marxist terms). Thus the capitalist can earn money by selling the surplus (profit) from the work of his employees without actually doing any work, or in excess of his own work. Marxists argue that new wealth is created through work; therefore, if someone gains wealth
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that he did not work for, then someone else works and does not receive the full wealth created by his work. In other words, that "someone else" is exploited. In this way, the capitalist might turn a large profit by exploiting workers. My Summery BURGHER SYSTEM The burghers (in most religions) and their controlling International Industrial merchandising system (World Bank systems and World Trade Organization) has brought about a great deal of dire consequences to the Laborer (peasant and aborigine) families in many countries around the world! They formed alliances only when some powerful city-state embarked on their Corporate Trade Settlement of conquest and attempted to make itself ruler. Many influences made for unity - a common language, a common religion, a common
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literature, similar customs, the religious leagues/organizations and festivals. This can be seen from the ancient 7,000 year Devas/present Tamil Burgher of the Sephardic Portuguese of India. It was the Sippar, Sumeria {Akkadians called them Burgher} of the Chaldees World Trade Empire now the World Trade Organization (WTO). They set the many Chartered Governments’ Laws, literature, accepted religions, World Education Organization, accepted Holidays, and their 7,000 year ancient Political party called a Representative Democracy of a Republic. [Jerusalem (corpus separatum according to the 1947 partition plan of the United Nations). The Swiss Government considers that the [above plan] City of Jerusalem is situated neither on Jordanian nor on Israeli territory. UNESCO seems to have other thoughts on who regulates Jerusalem. It
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seemed to have been declared by the UN as an International Holy City with UNESCO’s regulating it as a Heritage Site!? Where is this going? Who rules Israel?] 2. CULTURAL HERITAGE
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Palestinians get Funding for Jerusalem?
Limited distribution CLT-82/CH/CONF.015/8 Paris, 17 January 1983 Original : English and French UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION CONVENTION CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF THE WORLD CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE World Heritage Committee Sixth Session
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The situation of Jerusalem is an exceptional one in that there is no general political agreement as to the status of the city, certain states declaring that they abided by
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the situation defined in the 1947 United Nations partition plan which considered Jerusalem as a corpus separatum located neither in Israel, nor in Jordan. The safeguarding of the monumental, religious and cultural heritage of the Holy City of Jerusalem has been one of UNESCO's main concerns since 1967. To this end, the Executive Board and the General Conference have repeatedly requested the application of internationally recognised principles, especially the UNESCO Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (the Hague, 1954), the 1956 New Delhi Recommendation on International Principles Applicable to Archaeological Excavations and the 1972 World Heritage Convention. In conformity with UNESCO's resolutions, financial aid for heritage restoration projects in Jerusalem has been requested from Member States. Favourable
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responses to these appeals have enabled UNESCO to finance the restoration and conservation of a number of monuments and religious and cultural properties in this city. UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION CONVENTION CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF THE WORLD CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE World Heritage Committee Sixth Session Paris, 13-17 December 1982 I. INTRODUCTION III. ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA 34. In explaining the reasons for his abstention which were legal in nature, the delegate of Switzerland recalled the statement made by his delegation when the Committee decided to enter the Old City of Jerusalem on the World Heritage List,
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regarding the special status of Jerusalem (corpus separatum according to the 1947 partition plan of the United Nations). The Swiss Government considers that the City of Jerusalem is situated neither on Jordanian nor on Israeli territory. 35. The delegates of Argentina, Nepal and Zaire also-explained their vote. These delegations had supported the proposal made by Jordan to inscribe the Old City of Jerusalem on the List of World Heritage in Danger in view of the outstanding cultural and historical significance of this site. They underlined, however, that inscription on the list had no political implications and should in no way be regarded as a means for registering political or sovereignty claims by any State.

World Heritage List
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DEVELOPING GUIDELINES FOR INSCRIPTION OF CULTURAL AND NATURAL PROPERTIES ON THE LIST OF WORLD HERITAGE IN DANGER A report of IUCN and ICOMOS in response to a request from the World Heritage Bureau 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. The World Heritage Convention states that the World Heritage Committee is required to establish both the World Heritage List and the List of World Heritage in Danger. 1.2. At the meeting of the World Heritage Bureau, held in Paris from 21 to 24 June 1982, ICOMOS and IUCN were asked to develop guidelines for cultural and natural sites, respectively, for inscription on the List of World Heritage in Danger. 3.4. The site is removed from the List of World Heritage in Danger when the action of the State Party and the international
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community has brought about the removal of the threats 5.2. In case of emergency, (e.g. immediate danger of severe deterioration or total destruction of the property) the Chairman of the Committee, after consulting with the Director-General of UNESCO and the competent NGO (Non-Government Organization), may initiate any measure necessary for the inscription of the property on the List of World Heritage in Danger (expert reports, missions, supply of equipment for analysis or evaluation, etc.). These activities will be organized with the help of the World Heritage Secretariat in consultation with the competent NGO(s). [NGOs are usually trained by UNESCO and can be from an individual or private sectors of the world industrialists.] 5.3. - - If the property is considered to be so endangered, the Committee should take
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steps to ascertain what measures should be undertaken to improve the situation. [Since there is not any nation to do this, then NATO may step in Jerusalem to “improve the situation”.] *Annex II/5 26.3. In addition, the factor or factors which are threatening the integrity of the property must be those which are amenable to correction by human action. In the case of cultural properties, both natural factors and man-made factors may be threatening, while in the case of natural properties, most threats will be man-made and only very rarely will a natural factor (such as an epidemic disease) be threatening to the integrity of the property. In some cases, the factors threatening the integrity of a property may be corrected by administrative or legislative action, such as the canceling of a major public works
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project or the improvement of legal status. [They control all building may it be housing or a Temple.] - SUPPLEMENTARY FACTORS 26.4. The Committee may wish to bear in mind the following supplementary factors when considering the inclusion of a cultural or natural property on the List of World Heritage in Danger : a) Decisions which affect World Heritage properties are taken by Governments after balancing all factors. The advice of the World Heritage Committee can often be decisive if it can be given before the property becomes threatened. 33. The Committee shall review at regular intervals the state of property on the List of World Heritage in Danger. This review shall include such monitoring procedures and expert missions as might be determined
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necessary by the Committee. 34. On the basis of these regular reviews, the Committee shall decide, in consultation with the State Party concerned whether : (i) additional measures are required to conserve the property; - Richard DellemanOctober 23, 2012 6:30 PM

Old City of Jerusalem Revitalization Programme (OCJRP), Old City, Jerusalem Sponsor: Welfare Association, Switzerland Conservation: OCJRP Technical Office, Jerusalem Completion: Ongoing since 1996
http://www.akdn.org/agency/akaa/ninthcycle/page_05txt.htm

Jerusalem has an extraordinarily long and varied history, but the urban fabric of the old city is threatened by overcrowding, lack of maintenance and poor services. The Old City of Jerusalem Revitalization Programme
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aims to rehabilitate the city, to preserve its heritage and to create a better quality of life for its inhabitants. It is a comprehensive project aimed at every aspect of human life, with several components, including restoration, training, education and raising public awareness. All these components are tied together to achieve an integrated and enduring revitalization. The body of completed works to date includes over 160 projects, all undertaken in close collaboration with local institutions, international organizations and funding agencies. The urban fabric has suffered from neglect, inappropriate use and inadequate services, with many people living in dilapidated buildings in unsanitary conditions. To
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address these issues the Welfare Association – a Geneva-based nongovernmental organization [NGO] established in 1983 to support Palestinians in all development areas – set up a technical office in Jerusalem in 1995. The office is composed of professionals from different fields: architecture, engineering, planning, economics and history. Its main aim is to implement a comprehensive programme for the rehabilitation of the old city, comprising a number of complementary components: a revitalization plan; emergency restoration; total restoration; training in conservation; a community outreach programme; and an information centre. The other areas of the programme
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complement the restoration work to ensure the sustainability of the improvements. Training for architects, engineers, contractors and craftspeople is provided through short courses, internships and fellowships to study abroad. A community outreach programme encourages public awareness and participation in the rehabilitation process and organizes publications, meetings, workshops and lectures for schools, religious organizations, residents and users. Further components of the programme are also proposed: an information centre and a data bank of conservation professionals and organizations, and the Jerusalem Institute for the Preservation of Architectural Heritage in Palestine. By the end of 2003, eighty-two residential
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projects and twenty-six public and fifty-five commercial buildings had been restored through the programme, providing decent living conditions for residents, creating new spaces for the community and ensuring the preservation of the rich historic fabric of the old city. [So now the Palestinians have been established as the ancient people of Old Jerusalem by the UNESCO’s committee? BUT Israel claims all of Jerusalem is their country’s Capital City!] [Piece by piece Rothchild, president of World Banking, since the late 1800s, purchased and has owned Palestinian land for so called Israelites to live there! They financed the U.N. military and so called israeli to push out the Adamic people -the people {Adam’s
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Abraham to Ishmael and Isaac, the Bible says, is to have this as their inheritance forever!]
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Project principals Welfare Association, Switzerland: Hisham Qaddumi, Jordan, Chairman of the Technical Committee of the OCJRP; Ismael el Zabri, Jordan, Director General; Shadia Touqan, Jerusalem, Director of the OCJRP Technical Office. Partners Department of Islamic Waqf, Jerusalem; Division of Cultural Heritage, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, France. Sponsors
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Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, Kuwait; Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia; the Ford Foundation, US. Project team Ehab Zuheaka, Deputy Director; Khalid Halabi, Supervision Unit Manager; Amal Abu al Hawa, Samer Rantisi, Sahar Ghazal, Bashar Husseini, Faten Lafi, Bahi Abdel Hadi, Marah el Aloui and Nisreen Karsou, architects; Khaled Muhanna, Lana el Khushashi and Suhad al Bakri, civil engineers; Hazem Quneibi and Wafa Elder, administration; Arda Batarseh, information manager, Yousef Natche, architectural historian; Anita Vitullo, editor. (All based in Jerusalem.)
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* Following the reunification of Jerusalem in 1967, together with the extension of Israeli jurisdiction and administration over East Jerusalem, the Knesset passed the `Preservation of the Holy Places Law of 1967', which ensured protection and freedom of access to all holy sites of the city to members of all faiths. * In 1980, the Knesset legislated `Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel' which restates the position that "Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel" and the seat of its main governing bodies. This law reiterates Israel's commitment to protecting the holy places and to developing the city.
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* There has always been a national consensus in Israel on the status of Jerusalem. Since the reunification of the city in 1967, all Israeli governments had declared their policy that united Jerusalem, Israel's eternal capital, is one indivisible city under Israeli sovereignty. * On May 28, 1995, then Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin stated, "In 1980, the Knesset passed the Jerusalem law. All the governments of Israel, including the present government, have been fully confident that what was determined in 1967, what was legislated in 1980 transforming Jerusalem into a unified city under Israeli sovereignty, the capital of Israel, the heart of the Jewish people – these are facts that will endure for eternity."
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International Holy City with UNESCO’s regulating it as a Heritage Site
Richard DellemanOctober 23, 2012 6:33 PM

[Jerusalem (corpus separatum according to the 1947 partition plan of the United Nations). The Swiss Government considers that the [above plan] City of Jerusalem is situated neither on Jordanian nor on Israeli territory. UNESCO seems to have other thoughts on who regulates Jerusalem. It seemed to have been declared by the UN as an International Holy City with UNESCO’s regulating it as a Heritage Site!? Where is this going? Who rules Israel?]

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http://www.aish.com/Israel/articles/Jerusalem_Jewish_and_M oslem_Claims_to_the_Holy_City.asp

The Real Israeli
Jebusites The Jebusites of Ham, Noah’s descendants in Genesis 10:16 lived in Salem. Later, King David conquered the city Jebusalem of the Jebusites {Adam’s descendants}. Abraham and the giants It was the Holy City that Abraham of the Shemites had previously visited with the High Priest-King Melchizedek in Genesis 14:18-20. See Joshua 15:8. The brethren of Ham’s descendants in the land called Canaan {Ham’s grandson} was ruled by the Raphiam giants until Nimrod’s Acadians {mixed with some Shemites and Japhethite brethren} from the Euphrates Tigres River Valley {the land called “Akkad and Sumer“} came down and killed off most of the
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Anunaki giants and the Raphiam giants {mostly the tall blond haired white skinned people}. Moses and the Sumerians When Moses’s Israelites {Adam, Edom of Esau refer to “redish” in Hebrew} came into the land that was promised to Abraham’s descendants, they both united to take back the country from the Raphiam -shorter in stature- son’s of the Anunaki giants {tall blond haired ruling class). After the fall of Israel by the Asshurian Empire {of Ham}, a small city called Sumeria was formed north of Judea. Then after the Babylonian Empire, the King conquered the land and took the people into captivity and replaced them with his Sumerians. Then the previous land of Israel was changed to Samaria. The Adamic Brethren: Palestinians and Israelites
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When the Israelite brethren, the Shemites of the Media Empire captured the Chaldean/Sumerian Babylonians, they freed the Israelis that then pushed aside the Sumerians that were already planted there in their old land of Israel/Canaan. The Sumerians are still very hostile toward the Israeli because the Israeli had always broke loose from their control as they had previously in 4000-2000 BP Sumer. {The Adamic people of Akkadia gradually took control of Sumer of -Eden- the Eurphrates River Valley in the last half of the 2nd millennium BP.} See: western Holy Roman Empire’s war with the eastern Holy Roma Empire for the last 1000 years. The Roma word is Gypsy and equates to Sephardic Sumerian. Today, the Sumerian Burgher of a mixed body type has infiltrated in all civilizations and governments to create this havoc among all nations. They play the Arians against the so called Jews {the
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religion and NOT the Orthodox Sumerian Burger jew}, the Muslim{:culture} against the Christian and Jew. The thing is, by the {Gen. 3; 4}Burgher’s craftiness, the Adamic people of Seth’s Ham, Shem and Japheth are these very people killing each other off! Who are the Ones that profit and never harmed by the world wars? The aristocrats of the World Bank International Trade and Industrial system! The ones funding the Palestinians. END END

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Richard DellemanOctober 23, 2012 6:46 PM

Marxism sees the proletariat (wage labourers) and bourgeoisie as directly waging an ongoing class struggle, in that capitalists exploit workers and workers try to resist exploitation. The cleverness of the Burgher System's control in all Politics and governments is seen in the following:
http://sumer1.tigblog.org/post/7599195

Independant Anarchists Tricked by Republican Capitalists and Democratic Communists
http://youtu.be/27bZJHCWE7M

An Anarchist(Bartering), Story about the fight for freedom in Spain. The bourgeoisie's Capitalism was a fascist government with a Burger culture that failed in 1936. A Civil War developed with the Anarchists and was joined by Russian backed Republican Communist. The poor Anarchists bartered and became
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independent from the Government's Capitalism. Their freedom of their Worker's Party became a Union in Barcelona. The Communist made an agreement with the Spanish Government to let the Anarchist, now aligned with the Communists, to continue with the Freedom they had won in the Spanish Revolutionary War. The Catalonia’s hold in Spain's government was Fascist and now had grips along with the Communists in which also was soon to be seen as a Fascist political party. Barcelona's Anarchist Party was soon gathered up by their minority Party and sent to prison and put in Labor Camps. Stalin's Communists party was as much Fascists as was the bourgeoisie Capitalism was. The people's Bartering independence and free will to live as free people had been stopped by the cleverness of the burger aristocrats! Each Political party controlled the citizens with
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Richard DellermanOctober 2, 2012 8:34 PM

CULTURE VERSES GENETICS
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=417554101015

It would seem that a weak lineage would not have lasted for thousands of years which begs the question of survivability of species, subspecies, and lineages within species' based solely on strong gene-pools. [ A Burgher-Sephardim organization (having the “J” DNA and “1Rb“) has an agenda and has distributed to their members to have their people discontinue having children other than with their own breed.] [This is because they have mixed with too many other races, especially the “1Ra” DNA with Rh pos. blood of the female, and say they are becoming extinct as a race. Their
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(35,000 yr.) original Rh neg blood type has started their new type as ’1Rb” DNA with some success and few even became as Rh pos. blood types as is all the Earth peoples are. They tried to become as the earth people.] . A bio-culture combination with reasoning ability would increase the likelihood for survival, thus, reproductive success, which over time, strengthens the gene-pool. [ The 35,000 yr Cro-Magnon is where the Aurignacian Culture began. Per Cultural Anthropology. These are the Celtic Basque, Aquilonians, Britanni, and Picts of the Chaldees. They have integrated their species into the human race but when mixing species, many of their children was born unhealthy and many babies died. The trouble occurred with the mixing the Rh neg
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father with the Rh pos Mother. The Mother predominantly gives the body type of the human being. For 32,000 years the Burghers tried to spread their seed among the Rh pos. earth people but continued to have too many deaths of their species. So now they are killing in masses, of the Adamic and the other earth peoples all over the earth. Their species has continued to dissipate into the other races of earth people but maybe now with regret. Their Burgher race is at risk. Per Sepharic Organization’s memorandum.]

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Ethnic-Society.htm CULTURE at Risk IPS: Can you explain the concept of horizontal inequalities? Frances Stewart: Horizontal inequalities put people into groups and look at how unequal those groups are. For example, black and white in the United States, or ethnic groups such as the Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda, religious groups such as Muslims and Christians in many countries. Essentially, these groups are ways in which people see themselves, ways which are very important to people. As a result, if there are big inequalities between the groups, for example between Muslims and Christians in a
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country like Nigeria, this can be very politically powerful because people mobilize behind. This mobilization can sometimes take a political, peaceful form, but it can sometimes take a violent form. The other point to be made about horizontal inequalities is that they are multi-dimensional... This should be true of all measures of inequality, but most measures of inequality are confined to income, or perhaps consumption. Horizontal inequalities have political, economic, social and cultural dimensions... Inequalities in political power, which are very important, where one group may have total dominance of the political system, and another group does not have any
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Richard DellemanNovember 10, 2012 10:46 AM The One World Trade Order formed by the Burgher Merchants of International Trade through their World Banking System of their U.N. authorities has united most all human species together. To eliminate the ethnic conflicts, they have introduced methods as their UNDP's World Education Organization, World Health Organization, Maritime Laws that over-ride national Laws controlled by their WTO, etc. Their bourgeoisified
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schools through their educational system is of a religo-science of Illusions of The One World Trade Order formed by the Burgher Merchants of International Trade through their World Banking System of their U.N. authorities has united most all human species together. To eliminate the ethnic conflicts, they have introduced methods as their UNDP's World Education Organization, World Health Organization, Maritime Laws that over-ride national Laws controlled by their WTO, etc. Their bourgeoisified schools through their educational system is of a religo-science of Illusions of Grandeur{make believe}. Its mystical idea of things are what one wants it to be. To become gods and to create our own wants.
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