Tag Archive: democracy

Make It So: Trump’s Dismantling Of America

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If you haven’t seen the Bill O’Reilly’s interview with Donald Trump, you should. But here’s just a taster: Yes, that really is the President of the United States brushing off murder like it’s… Continue reading

Criminality Under the cover of Religion and Ideology, and the Collusion of the Media.

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Lately, I’ve started to bristle every time I hear the word ‘Islamic’. It gets used a lot by the media, mostly by people who aren’t Muslim, have never read the Koran and know… Continue reading

I Think It’s Worse Than You Think

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For anyone who hasn’t read my writing or blog posts before, I want to come right out and identify myself as very much left of centre on most issues. There are a few… Continue reading

The Morality of Altitude & The Culture of Fear

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A Culture of Information Privilege “The term ‘the morality of altitude’ was coined to apply to bomber pilots who released their payloads on victims they couldn’t see, without ever feeling any sense of… Continue reading

The Biggest Leak of All: Daniel Ellsberg, Julian Assange, The Simple Truth & Wikileaks

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Ellesberg quotes Dickens in the latest post on his blog, saying: “there is nothing quite so simple as the truth.” What has always made me wary of the likes of Ellsberg and Julian… Continue reading