by John Pilger edited by O Society Feb 18, 2020 On Saturday, there will be a march from Australia House in London to Parliament Square, the center of British democracy. People will carry pictures of the Australian publisher and journalist Julian Assange who, on 24 February, faces a court to decide whether or not he is … Continue reading Julian Assange Should Be Celebrated Rather Than Incarcerated
https://youtu.be/nDO2kHGEoY0 We know Bernie Sanders won Iowa. There are many powerful people who don’t want us to say these words. We should say them without hesitation, because they’re true. by Meaghan Day edited by O Society Feb 6, 2020 We should’ve closed the book on the Iowa caucuses on Monday night. Instead, we got a procedural … Continue reading Sanders Wins Iowa Presidential Primary; DNC Doesn’t Want You to Know
by Chris Hedges edited by O Society 02 02, 2020 If what happens in courtrooms across the country to poor people of color is justice, then what is happening in the Senate right now is a fair trial. If the blood-drenched debacles and endless quagmires in the Middle East are victories in the war on terror, … Continue reading America: Land of Make-Believe
by Richard Moser edited by O Society 02 02, 2020 Before a single primary vote has been tallied a number of big-shot progressive Democrats are already calling for the Green Party to stand down in an “open letter.” Of all the issues we face, why focus so narrowly on marginal election maneuvers? Of all the movements … Continue reading Chomsky’s Open Letter to the Green Party: Just More “Trying to Shame and Boss Grown Folks Around.”
Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet by Nafeez Ahmed edited by O Society Jan 16, 2020 In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, western governments move fast to legitimize expanded powers of mass surveillance and controls on the internet, all in the name of fighting terrorism. US … Continue reading How the CIA Made Google (part 1)
https://youtu.be/QnxpHIl5Ynw Sean Illing interviews Suzanne Mettler edited by O Society Dec 22, 2019 “Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.” President Ronald Reagan uttered those words in his 1981 inaugural address to the country. He was referring specifically to the government’s role in helping bring the US out of … Continue reading Why do so many people who need the government hate it?
“Well, I think many. I mean, you know, when we get into the Bible, I think many. So many,” he responded. “And some people—look, an eye for an eye, you can almost say that. That’s not a particularly nice thing. And we can learn a lot from the Bible, that I can tell you.” ~ Donald … Continue reading Christianity Today: Trump Should Be Removed from Office