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What Are We Afraid Of?

I feel disgust every time I hear someone call Bernie Sanders a radical. Needless to say, I feel disgusted every day. It shows how far to the “right” of the political spectrum the people of the United States have been pushed by feamongering whores who are on the payroll of the parasitic executives who run […]

Happy New Year! Who Was The Radical MLK? by The Anti-Social Socialist

The world of the corporate executive in the U.S.: a “booming” stock market; “strong” economic growth; “America” (their version) is great again; an inordinate effect on elections – uh, make that selections; companies that destroy the environment while diverting billions of dollars from the working class to the parasitic class (like Chevron, Halliburton, Kinder Morgan, […]

Cop25: Never Have So Many Governments Done So Little For So Many by Pete Dolack + Chris Hedges: Sustained Civil Disobedience Necessary To Respond To The Climate Crisis

Suicide and murder? via Cop25: Never Have So Many Governments Done So Little For So Many by Pete Dolack + Chris Hedges: Sustained Civil Disobedience Necessary To Respond To The Climate Crisis

The Racist, Criminally Insane Fascist Takeover Must Be Stopped In Bolivia

Improved civil rights. Improved educational system. Improved infrastructure. Increased wages. Job growth. Booming economy. Decreases in poverty, crime, homelessness, serious illness, health care costs and preventable deaths. A level of inclusiveness that never existed under U.S. approved corporate puppets. Bolivia had actually achieved democracy in recent years. They have gone in the opposite direction that […]

Mumia Closer Than Ever To Being Released

Sadly, many people confuse justice with revenge, and many people desire revenge so strongly that they will attempt to enact it against an innocent person. Apparently, the quenching of such a powerful emotion, despite being deeply hateful and when flying in the face of facts, can overpower a person’s sense of justice, decency and compassion. […]

John Pilger: Julian Assange’s Extradition Process Is A Charade

Laws? Rights? They don’t really matter. Democracy? Hahaha, don’t be silly. Democracy is just a costume draped across a corporatocracy that helps people feel good. Self-deception is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? Julian Assange is being tried – uh, convicted, for the crime of journalism. What was that again about “shithole countries” around the world? […]

Just a Paranoid Weirdo?

This is something I wrote a few months ago that I was unable to post due to not being able to access my blog account. It’s just another rambling thought about something imaginary (invisible?) to most people: I occasionally sign online petitions, though not every one that is sent to me. Hell, there are so […]

Who Actually Believes America and Its Flagrant Attempts To Corner Iran? by Finian Cunningham + Vijay Prashad: Where Are the Skeptics? + Wilkerson: US Further Isolates Itself

I know this post is a bit late, but I fear that the rabidly relentless conditioning of U.S. citizens to believe that the U.S. ever has good intentions when it comes to foreign affairs is still amazingly effective. Even educated people seem to lose a few dozen points in their IQ when it comes to […]

Just Because No One Is Looking Over Your Shoulder It Doesn’t Mean No One Is Watching

While I was happy that my ban from WordPress was done after almost four months, it appears that, for the moment, some sites are more difficult for me to engage than others. I wonder if other WordPress bloggers experience this. I saw a post by Uprootedpalestinian’s Blog titled “Belfast councillors vote against sending rep on […]

Corporate Big Brother Isn’t So Brotherly

The day after posting an article that gave the point of view of Nicholas Maduro on the attempted coup designed by U.S. corporations to take control of the largest oil supply in the world, using our corrupt government as a tool to disingenuously provide infotainment to the ignorant masses, I was prevented from using my […]