Category: RELIGIOSITY & SUPERSTITION

SouthFront Dispatch: The Syria-Iraq Battlespace

International Military Review – Syria-Iraq Battlespace, Nov. 12, 2015 Published on Nov 12, 2015 Help produce more actual and interesting content, join our struggle by donating via PayPal: southfront@list.ru or via: http://southfront.org/donate Subscribe our channel!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaV1… he Russian Air Force carried out 85 sorties and targeted 277 terrorist targets in the provinces of Aleppo, Damascus, Lattakia, Hama, Homs and IdlebContinue reading

Avijit Roy’s Publisher Hacked To Death In Bangladesh, Three Others Injured In Separate Attack

  By Countercurrents.org he publisher of slain Bangladesh blogger Avijit Roy was hacked to death in the capital Dhaka on Saturday. Faisal Arefin Dipan, 43, was killed in his third-floor office in central Dhaka. Dipan owned Jagritee Publishers based at Aziz Supermarket, a hub for alternative and small publishers in Dhaka. He published several books of Avijit Roy. The incidentContinue reading

THE POPE’S BRAIN TUMOUR: IMPARTIALITY AND BIAS REDUX

By Gaither Stewart (with apologies for my digressions) SECRETIVE MEDIA: IMPARTIALITY AND BIAS REDUX Conservatives may be using the stiletto against a reformist pontiff. Dispatch from Rome 23 October 2015 CLICK ON IMAGES FOR BEST RESOLUTION ast weekend TGP posted here my article, Bias and Objectivity in Journalism, which sparked a number of thought-provoking and wide-ranging comments on various serious subjects,Continue reading

High time the world prohibited ALL ritual sacrifices, whatever the faith (or at least declared them morally repugnant).

o the disgrace of an enlightened and compassionate humanity, in animal sacrifices, public “festivals” and even common “entertainment” (in which animal torture and subjugation are seen as perfectly normal),   the large-scale brutalization of non-human, fully sentient creatures is still permitted and even required by the most backward sectors of several religions and cultures around the world.  As we might expect, those culturesContinue reading