The Department of Veterans Abuse

The Department of Veterans Abuse

This coming Wednesday is Veterans Day – America’s annual tribute to the brave men and women who have served in America’s armed services. The observance originates with the close of the First World War, which ended after a cease-fire, or armistice, between Germany and the Allied Nations that eventually paved the way for the formal … Continue reading

Israeli’s Against Apartheid

Israeli’s Against Apartheid

Jews Rejecting Justifications for Genocide As a student of history, I find myself astonished by the month of March in the year 2015 as it was rich with synchronic significance and important interrelation based primarily upon four historically noteworthy events. First, as mentioned by Truth Dig columnist Bill Blum, on 4 March 1933, Franklin Delano … Continue reading

In 1492, Globalization Made Its Debut

In 1492, Globalization Made Its Debut

123 years ago, US President Harrison established Columbus Day to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Columbus’ 1492 landing in the Bahamas, and in October 1971 the United States officially recognized it as a federal holiday. In turn, American public schools have consistently reminded the youth of this nation to associate the second Monday of every … Continue reading

A Fox In Wolf’s Clothing

A Fox In Wolf’s Clothing

MANUFACTURING TERRORISM It’s one hysterical headline after another lately: “The Rise of the Refugee Crisis,” “A Swarm of People Coming Across Mediterranean,” “Terrorists Inbound? Taking Refugees Could Open Doors to Jihadists.” This is a false narrative that, like many of today’s headlines, is primarily focused on creating divisive nontroversies for people to bicker over. Perhaps … Continue reading

Wake Up And Smell The Thermite

Wake Up And Smell The Thermite

WE WILL NEVER FORGET… BUILDING 7 WAS NOT HIT BY A JET There’s been a lot of talk of patriotism lately, so much so that I’ve begun to wonder to myself, what exactly is patriotism? I think all patriotism really is, is a love of one’s own country that is great enough to prompt a … Continue reading

Up With This We Will Not Put

Up With This We Will Not Put

The Revolution Cannot Be Boring If the deadliest form of violence is poverty, than it cannot be considered an exaggeration to declare that the present worldwide economic policy is a slow-motion genocide. It criminalizes poverty. It provokes suicide. It institutionalizes slavery. It worships exploitation. We know there are problems, but where are we to direct … Continue reading