Category Archives: Media

Film Review: Collapse (2009)

“Probably one of the biggest impediments I removed to critical thinking was I stopped taking Mainstream Media seriously a long time ago.” “The love of money is the root of all evil…it has the potential to exterminate the human race.” … Continue reading

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Time References a Lowly Tabloid in Wikileaks Interview

The following is an interview by Eben Harrell of Julian Assange of Wikileaks. It’s a beautiful example of just how stupid MSM journalists can be. Assange putting Eben in his place is priceless: Some commentators have described you as anarchic. … Continue reading

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Time Publishes “Scientific” Opinion that BP Gulf Oil Catastrophe ‘isn’t really as bad as it seems’

The scientific consensus is that the BP Gulf Oil leak is the greatest environmental catastrophe in US history. But not so, say the scientists and officials quoted in this story. The problem is, the it’s not that big of a … Continue reading

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Afghanistan Warmongering Propaganda from Time Magazine

The latest cover from Time Magazine, coincidentally released to coincide with the Wikileaks revelation and the growing consensus that the Afghan war is useless, as well as hopeless. I wonder if Time would consider a cover stating “What Happens if … Continue reading

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The Moral Perversion of the New York Times and its Warmongering Propaganda

Wikileaks recently released over 90,000 secret documents reporting military operations in Afghanistan. A war that among intelligent circles is increasingly causing unrest and calls for what is a de facto imperial project is apparently still celebrated by some as a … Continue reading

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Facebook is Like a Webcam: Beware of What You Let It See

A friend of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg asked him, back in 2004, after the 19-year-old had casually mentioned in an online conversation that 4,000 people had uploaded their personal information to his fledgling website: “How did you manage that?” He … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin, on Shakespeare and Muslims

In her own words, from her Twitter. First of all, Palin comparing herself (hopefully unintentionally) to Shakespeare speaks for itself. Moreover, bastardizing the English language (“refudiate“??!?) was something GW Bush was mocked without mercy for. If she gets a bit … Continue reading

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