Monthly Archives: April 2017

Former Israeli Defense Minister Confirms Israeli Collaboration With ISIS In Syria — Stop White Genocide.

Richard Silverstein — Tikum Olam April 23, 2017 In the midst of complaining about the Islamist threat to Israel and the world, Bibi Netanyahu conveniently forgets that his own country enjoys a tacit alliance with ISIS in Syria. It is an alliance of convenience to be sure and one that’s not boasted about by either party. But is […]

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The Man’s Too Big, the Man’s Too Strong

April 7, 2017

I’m just an aging [blogger] boy

And in the wars I used to play

And I’ve called the tune to many a torching session

Now they say I am a war criminal and I’m fading away

Father please hear my confession

I have legalized robbery, called it belief

I have run with the money, I have hid like a thief

Rewritten history with my armies of my crooks

Invented memories, I did burn all the books

And I can still hear his laughter and I can still hear his song

The man’s too big, the man’s too strong

Well I have tried to be meek and I have tried to be mild

But I spat like a woman and I sulked like a child

I have lived behind walls, that have made me alone

Striven for peace, which I never have known

And I can still hear…

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Prisons of Pleasure or Pain: Huxley’s “Brave New World” vs. Orwell’s “1984”

April 21, 2017

by Uncola:

Definition of UTOPIA

1: an imaginary and indefinitely remote place

2: a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions

3:   an impractical scheme for social improvement


Definition of DYSTOPIA

1: an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives

2: literature: anti-utopia


 Many Americans today would quite possibly consider Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” to be a utopia of sorts with its limitless drugs, guilt-free sex, perpetual entertainment and a genetically engineered society designed for maximum economic efficiency and social harmony. Conversely, most free people today would view Orwell’s “1984” as a dystopian nightmare, and shudder to contemplate the terrifying existence under the iron fist of “Big Brother”; the ubiquitous figurehead of a perfectly totalitarian government.

Although both men were of British descent, Huxley was nine years older than Orwell and published Brave New…

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