To start the day …. “What is Aleppo? …. Gary & Randy …. “!!


~~September 13, 2016~~


How to hit an important topic?

These last 72 hours of this presidential campaign have been beyond disturbing and concerning.

There’s always a bit of remedy with humor.

It’s ironic and sad that this topic about Aleppo can be made into something funny.

This is so only because of Randy;s take on it.

Gosh, I need some humor!



Randy Rainbow is back with another hard hitting interview, this time with Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson. Like many political observers, Randy is trying to understand how Johnson does not know what Aleppo is yet expects to be taken seriously as a presidential candidate.

While Randy needs a little help on the facts about Aleppo from his producer, he’s not running for president.

A bit taken aback by Johnson’s now infamous ‘What is Aleppo?’ retort, Randy asks the pro-marijuana legalization politician whether he may be a little…out of sorts.

The pair then play a game of political jeopardy which, Randy jokes, “is exactly what your campaign is in right now.”

Johnson’s answer to every question?


“As it appears in … full read/full credit”



Aleppo is a city in Syria, serving as the capital of the Aleppo Governorate, the most populous Syrian governorate. For centuries, Aleppo was the Syrian region’s largest city and the Ottoman Empire’s third-largest, after Constantinople and Cairo. With an official population of 2,132,100 (2004 census), it was Syria’s largest city and also one of the largest cities in the Levant before the advent of the Syrian Civil War.

Aleppo is Syria’s largest city and the country’s industrial and financial centre.

For the first year of the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad, Aleppo saw neither the large-scale protests nor the deadly violence that shook other towns and cities.

However, it suddenly became a key battleground in July 2012, when rebel fighters launched an offensive to oust government forces and gain control over northern Syria.

But the rebel advance was not decisive and Aleppo remains divided into opposition and loyalist-controlled sectors, with some parts of the city changing hands on a daily basis.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”



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~~Randy Rainbow Interviews Gary Johnson~~


~~Published on Sep 9, 2016~~


Sad reality!


We ALL are ONE!! 


IOTD …. Image of the day, Special Edition …. “The Face of War …. 2016″!!


~~August 19, 2016~~ 


While the Rio Olympics are going on, while the incessant “bombardment” of inane politics goes on, while children are getting ready to start this school’s term, while politicians continue their unwarranted push to dominate the little domains they oversee, this child suffers.

This child’s world has been up-ended.

He seems to be in shock, he’s alone, he’s hurt, he’s bleeding.

It this was humanity has come to?

Multiply that by thousands and you will see the results of humanity’s effort to dominate others.

Our sad reality!




CNN Report


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CNN’s Kate Bolduan Begins to Cry While Sharing Video of Bloodied Syrian Child

~~Published on Aug 18, 2016~~

CNN’s Kate Bolduan is a reporter who asks tough questions and is often expressive and emphatic when she does it. Today, however, she was expressive in a very different way. While sharing a video of a five-year-old Syrian named Omran Daqneesh sitting in the back of an ambulance with blood and soot all over him, Bolduan was tasked with explaining that he and his family were pulled from the rubble that was once their house. She said that there had been an air strike — which is common, as the country has been embroiled in a violent civil war for years — but had to stop and compose herself a few times.


There is little point in describing her visceral reaction when you can watch it right here for yourself:

“What strikes me is we shed tears, but there are no tears here,” she observed as her voice cracked. “He doesn’t cry once. That little boy is in total shock. He’s stunned, inside his home one moment and the next, lost in the fury and the flurry of war and chaos.”

After sharing how many thousands have died in Aleppo, Syria, alone, she closed with, “This is Omran.

He’s alive.

We wanted you to know.”


We ALL are ONE!!