In George Orwell's infamous book 1984, Big Brother imposes Newspeak on the people of Oceania. Newspeak is defined as "a controlled language of restricted grammar and limited vocabulary, meant to limit the freedom of thought — personal identity, self-expression, and free will — that threatens the ideology of the régime of Big Brother and the … Continue reading I Speak, You Speak, We All Speak Newspeak
There have been protests rocking Sudan since December 19th, of last year. Omar al-Bashir's poor leadership led to Sudan's dire economic situation, forcing food prices to rise, and citizens to rebel. It took five months of protest which led to over 50 people killed and hundreds more being injured before Omar al-Bashir was ousted from … Continue reading Largest Protest In Sudan’s History As The People Of Sudan Demand A Civilian-led Government
John Bolton delivered a longwinded speech in 2017 at the annual meeting of the People's Mujahedin of Iran also known as MEK, and to a packed audience, he declared that within a year they would be celebrating this convention in Tehran. This, of course, is a direct threat of regime change by John Bolton. … Continue reading Warhawks In The US Push For War With Iran & Nobody Agrees With Them
Most of the people applauding the arrest and imprisonment of journalist Julian Assange are either still salty about Hillary Clinton losing to Donald Trump or were directly implicated in leaks published by Wikileaks. Obama officials like Michael Hayden, James Clapper John Brennan, and Jim Schuto who now have primetime spots on network news channels to … Continue reading Condemning Assange Condones The War Crimes He Exposed
General Wesley Clark famously told Amy Goodman of Democracy Now back in 2007 that the United States planned to "take out" seven countries in five years starting with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran. Each of these countries aside from Iran, have had inner turmoil ranging from regime change wars to internal … Continue reading Unrest In Sudan Exposes How Mainstream Media & The U.S. Government Don’t Really Care About People In Venezuela
According to a report from Save The Children its estimated that 80,000 people have been killed in Yemen since the war started. Save The Children estimates that 85,000 children alone, have died from starvation as a direct result from the ongoing conflict in Yemen. Meaning since the war started in 2014, 165,000 men, women, and … Continue reading As A Direct Result Of Violence & Malnutrition, It’s Estimated That 165,000 Have Died In Yemen
Kashmir is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is also one of the most militarized areas in the world. That is because Pakistan and India both profess Kashmir to be their own. This dispute has led to three wars between India and Pakistan, and decades of instability in … Continue reading Is India Occupying Kashmir For Its Natural Resources?