Author: Jimmy Wall

Anti-Islam rally silenced, told to leave

Anti-Islam group was outnumbered at their own rally in Gothenburg on Saturday. Pegida Sweden had announced a rally at Götaplatsen in Gothenburg to speak out against the alleged Islamisation of Europe. Gothenburg Police had fenced the area to avoid any altercation as the anti-racist group No Pegida Sweden had also announced to be there. Pegida stands for Patriotische Europäer gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West). There were only seven members from Pegida, with additionally maybe 15 supporters. The number of counter-protesters was estimated to be around 1,000 or more, maybe even close...

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Journalists cannot survive on publicity

A longer version of this write-up has been published in the Dokter1. The last decade or so we have witnessed something truly amazing. As more and more are going online and have access to tools to easily publish their story, journalists have a smorgasbord of sources they can easily access. This allows them to sit in one part of the world while telling a story that unfolds in another part, thanks to the advancement of technology and the Internet. This is where the downside of the Internet comes in. Stories are expected to flow as quickly as data flows...

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IKEA Art Event 2015

Media Release IKEA has collaborated with 12 street artists from around the world to debut IKEA Art Event April 2015. From Serbia to Sweden and San Francisco to Spain, IKEA has scoured the globe to uncover 12 street artists to create a limited-edition collection of 12 unique street art posters that will bring the urban art form to everyone. The Art Event Limited Collection will give art-lovers around the world the chance to bring a piece of street art home. The 12 designs combine a spectrum of different techniques; from spraying and throwing paint to fine drawing, stencils and...

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Fund research and legal production of MDMA & psychedelics

Pål-Ørjan Johansen treated his alcoholism with psilocybin and then treated his traumatic memories with MDMA. Today he is a psychologist, researcher and a family man — educating the world about how MDMA and psychedelics can improve mental health. EmmaSofia is a non-profit organisation founded by Teri Krebs and Pål-Ørjan Johansen. An organisation based in Oslo, Norway working to increase the access to quality-controlled MDMA and psychedelics. Seven days ago EmmaSofia launched a crowdfunding campaign through Indiegogo. With your help EmmaSofia can continue their invaluable research, have the ability to produce quality-controlled MDMA and psychedelics, and continue their work towards...

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