Articles Filed Under: Obscenity

  • The world’s greatest threat to peace is the United States?
  • The United States has been at war since its inception in 1776. Almost always to make money for its aristocrates, who have blithely slaughtered anything in their way for centuries. Hence the U.S. has rightly been called “the most warmongering nation on earth” [791]. The United States has killed and maimed more innocent civilians than any other nation in the whole of human history (pleas Read More...

  • Under-counting the dead - how governments lie about those th
  • In 2014, the anniversary of the First World War, various leaders praised the few remaining soldiers and asked us all to remember that “they had bought our freedom with their lives” [148]. Incorrect. Read More...

  • How Much Money for War?
  • Since 1948 the United States has spent just under $10 trillion USD directly on its military. That’s $19,000,000,000,000. Or an average of $283 billion ($283,582,090,000) per year. However spending has not stayed constant - since the turn of the 21stcentury for example, U.S. spending on its military has according to its budget releases, risen to roughly $800 billion ($800,,000,000,000) per year [10 Read More...

  • The World Wide U.S. War of Terror
  • Creating and fostering terrorism has always been very profitable for arms sellers, political aspirants, military suppliers, intelligence services, propagandists and public relations firms, spy systems (eg. GCHQ, NSA), and a host of others whose primary raison d’etre is profiteering from permanent war. It is also a very useful tool of controlling the citizenry through fear. Because artificial fear Read More...

  • How to Support Despots
  • Sometimes nations invade other nations. Usually the reason is simple (despite the propaganda involved) - a resource grab. Read More...

  • Should Arms Dealing be a War Crime?
  • Before her death, Princess Diana of Britain began a campaign against the use of landmines. She went to Angola and met children whose limbs had been blown off by these bombs. Underground bombs which were - and are - produced and deployed in the millions [201]. Diana soon discovered that it was almost entirely civilians who were killed by landmines, usually the poor, and frequently children [200]. Read More...

  • What is a Kakistocracy?
  • A guru for example may set herself up as the "road to enlightenment". Read More...

  • Do You Want a Gun? Macht mech Recht
  • On October 2, 2017, in the U.S. city of Los Angeles, more than 500 people were injured, and 58 killed, by a lone gunman with military grade machine guns [150]. One month later, another mass shooting - this time 26 dead and many more injured [178]. These ere the 273rd and 274th major mass shooting in the United States in recent years [151]. On the July 4 weekend of 2014, in the U.S. city of Chicago Read More...

  • Nuclear war - coming soon to a planet near you
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  • Psychopaths in Power
  • In this article I argue that our world is ruled by functional psychopaths. Functional psychopaths have a grandiose conception of themselves. They are capable of closely mimicking normalcy so as to convincingly appear to be what they are not. They are driven by one fundamental drive - a lust for power matched and dominance. This is matched only by their utter inability to care who is harmed along t Read More...

  • The White Rose Campaign for Human Rights
  • What is particularly relevant to our own time is that the tools of soft fascism and mass social engineering which I discuss throughout this site, have led to the deprivation of long established rights and freedoms. This decline of rights is occurring at an increasingly rapid rate. With only token (if any) resistance from the population as a whole. Largely because of the increased effectiveness of Read More...

  • Jus Ad Bellum: Kant, Hegel, and other war spelaeologists
  • I remember reading Kant’s ’Critique of Pure Reason’ [5] for the first time. I was very keen on Alfred North Whithead’s mathematical work with Russell [6, 7], and hoped that Kant might be along the same lines. Ouch - what a disappointment! His rejection of Hume was interesting, but IMHO filled with logical flaws. I could not for the life of me see why he was held up as some sort of paragon. Especia Read More...

  • Is a Drone War a War Crime?
  • Since that time the U.S. drone fleet has grown. Currently the U.S. has in excess of 7,000 unmanned flying drones in the air, 15,000 unmanned drone ground vehicles, over 2,000 unmanned drone robots fighting in the middle east (first field tested during the Iraq holocaust [3, 4, 5]). Many land, sea, air, and space drones are alleged to carry weapons of various types and fire power (see citations bel Read More...

  • Is Experimenting on Humans Ever Justified?
  • There is a long and loathsome history of medical experimentation on frequently unwilling people. Sometimes at the behest of government, sometimes under the false rubric of war necessity, sometimes in the thrall of fiscal inducement from pharmaceutical corporations, and sometimes purely out of maleficence guised as “research”. Sadly doctors have all to often been willingly complicit in Read More...

  • Are U.S. Run Torture Sites Crimes Against Humanity?
  • Parts of humanity still linger in the dark ages, deliberately retrogressing into barbarism. For example, in the 21stcentury there are still a number of governments which torture people. Some of the better known are Saudi Arabia, North Korea, China, Nigeria, and the United States. Read More...

  • Engineered Obscenity
  • For the last two hundred years the western world has been in an almost continual state of war. A handful of nations under U.S. hedgemonic control, as discussed and cited in the articles in this section, have been at war with most other countries on the planet. The result has been the deaths and lifelong maiming of literally hundreds of millions of innocent civilians slaughtered primarily (but not Read More...

  • The Slavery Epidemic Next Door
  • A little discussed yet very sad outcome of the U.S. led Permanent War Economy over the last several decades, has been the rapidity of the growth of the human slave trade. Read More...

  • Is There a Moral Red LIne? The Lie of Justifying mass murder
  • In 2017 chemical weapons and probable neurotoxins were allegedly used on civilians in Syria. This marked the fifth time during the civil war that such weapons had been used - an obvious and horrible war crime. Read More...

  • Is Having More Than Two Children a Crime?
  • When climate change was first raised as a potentially disastrous problem, many large U.S. corporations began to fund campaigns denying that there was any problem, for obvious reasons. To an extent, a similar effort is beginning to emerge regarding warnings of overpopulation. Most of the discussion is centred upon resource availability. For example, it is claimed that there is lots of food availabl Read More...

  • Who was Betty Willams?
  • On a sunny spring day in 1976 a young man was driving fast through Belfast. He was a member of the IRA and fleeing pursuit by British police. Who shot him. Read More...

  • Who was Irena Sendler?
  • Irena Sendler was one of those rare people who at great personal risk, did good in the world. Read More...