Category: GREAT HUMAN BEINGS

Hezbollah Helped Save Syria From Complete Destruction — And We Should All Be Thankful

So naturally, those who defended Syria from the real terrorists are now being vilified. Despite its critical role in helping to save Syria from destruction, Hezbollah has kept a relatively low profile. Contrast their efforts to the US-led coalition bragging about bombing emptyREAD ON

Are Russian diplomats being assassinated? (UPDATED)

February 21, 2017 •  With select comments from original thread Since the death of Vitaly Churkin I see more and more speculations that Russian diplomats are being killed (example here and here)  This is exceedingly unlikely and I consider these speculations to be basedREAD ON

Jim Traficant

Death of An Unsung Hero

=By= Jimmie Moglia “Now cracks a noble heart. Good night sweet prince: And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!” Hamlet, act 5, sc. 2 discovered by chance that a true American hero died two years ago, in aREAD ON

Fred Alford

They Refused to Be Silent

Murray Polner Past in Present Tense red Alford, a University of Maryland political scientist, has studied and written about whistleblowers, “There is almost by definition something a little unsocialized about the true believer, as I like to call them,” heREAD ON

Russia is again feeling under siege: the spirit of resistance reawakens.

 Homage to Soviet artillery and the anti-Nazi resistance forces in the Great Patriotic War. t was the bravery and sacrifice of the Russian people that broke the back of the German fascists in World War II. Few Americans realize—thanks in large measureREAD ON

Before Her Assassination, Berta Cáceres Singled Out Hillary Clinton for Backing Honduran Coup

Of course, Clinton was just conducting US foreign policy as usual, which for all intents and purposes makes her an active participant in a cynical criminal enterprise.    ormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing a new round of questionsREAD ON

Mimesis and the State of US Democracy

    Gaither Stewart Rome. tandard dictionary definitions of the word of ancient Greek origin, mimesis, relate the word to imitation, representation, mimicry, similarity, the act of resembling.Today, mimesis has more to do with literary and societal functions. I recentlyREAD ON