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Snowden: one-man’s triumphant revolt against a system

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Le mensonge et la crédulité s’accouplent et engendrent l’Opinion. Lying and credulity mate and engender Opinion. Paul Valéry One man can shake the world’s most powerful government. What chance would it have against many? I am currently in the process […]

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Political cinema and the fine line between depicting and inciting violence

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Il se fit un abondant silence à l’entour, et la majeure partie du reste du monde se mit à compter pour du beurre. There was an abundant silence around, and most of the rest of the world began to count for […]

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Mont as a humble club of voices, based on collective support

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Nous sommes tous montagnards, vive la montagne! We are all Montagnards, vive La Montagne! Slogan used in an address to the Jacobin Club, 1793 Just a small update, the Mont Order Club has recently added a new member to our […]

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United States of Asphyxiation: exceptional torture, or torturous exceptionalism?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Vous dites que vous êtes mon juge, avisez-vous bien de ce que vous faites, car en vérité, je suis envoyée de par Dieu et vous vous mettez en grand danger. You say that you are my judge. I do not […]

Snowden’s actions put 007 at risk. Also, who cares?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Le Mal est dans la chose même et le remède est violent. Il faut porter la cognée à la racine. The solution to evil is violent. We must take the hatchet to the root. Jean-Paul Marat The heads of the National […]

The US provoked conflict in Europe to restore its “leadership” glory days

posted by Harry J. Bentham

On parle toujours mal quand on n’a rien à dire. One always speaks badly when one has nothing to say. Voltaire As the G20 summit takes place in Australia, the agenda is meant to be economic growth, but the conflict […]

Punish Google with boycotts, whistleblowing, and resignations

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Les mortels sont égaux; ce n’est pas la naissance, C’est la seule vertu qui fait la différence. All men are equal; it is not their birth, But virtue itself that makes the difference. Voltaire I am very glad about the impact my […]

WikiLeaks crushes Google: the internet is its own value system

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Un poète doit laisser des traces de son passage, non des preuves. Seules les traces font rêver. A poet should leave traces of his passage, not proofs. Traces alone engender dreams. René Char Having reviewed both sides of the argument […]

Googling Google: bigotry and hypocrisy found

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Soyons fermes, purs et fidèles ; au bout de nos peines, il y a la plus grande gloire du monde, celle des hommes qui n’ont pas cédé. Let us be firm, pure and faithful; at the end of our sorrow, there […]

Patriots!?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Une nation de singes à larynx de parroquets. A nation of monkeys with the throat of parrots. Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès Today, an article I had drafted sometime in the preceding fort-night was published as an op-ed at Press TV. I cannot […]

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A pluralistic or secular constitution doesn't attack a religion, but protects them all
C’est magnifique, mais ce n’est pas la guerre: c'est de la folie. It is magnificent, but it is not war; it is madness. Pierre Bosquet This blog's primary focus is religion and politics. Either subject is inherently controversial, but no results are more controversial than when the tw

posted 11:00:51pm Mar. 28, 2015 | read full post »

Cage's point about MI5 terrorizing Muslims is credible
Sous un gouvernement qui emprisonne injustement, la place de l'homme juste est aussi en prison. Under a government which imprisons unjustly, the place of the just man is also a prison. Henry David Thoreau The human rights group Cage has taken a lot of fire for saying Mohammed Emwazi, als

posted 11:00:21pm Mar. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Russian aggression, or a war no-one cares about?
La haine est un sentiment fatiguant. Hate is a tiring feeling. Éric Delcroix In the harebrained first Crimean War and subsequent Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78, Britain's history is full of examples of citizens being easily led into fevered nationalism over distant international affairs

posted 11:30:47pm Mar. 21, 2015 | read full post »

Attack ideas, not people
Je meurs en adorant Dieu, en aimant mes amis, en ne haïssant pas mes ennemis et en détestant la superstition. I die adoring God, loving my friends, not hating my enemies, and detesting superstition. Voltaire Returning to the subject of Islamophobia and the detractors of that particular

posted 11:00:05pm Mar. 20, 2015 | read full post »

Islamophobia: does Pamela Geller injure the Lifeboat Foundation's credibility?
Je ne suis pas la rose, mais j’ai vécu avec elle. I am not the rose, but I have lived near the rose. Benjamin Constant There are a number of issues on my mind today. The first has been the Lifeboat Foundation. I am a member of this organization, listed on its futurist advisory board. H

posted 11:00:53pm Mar. 14, 2015 | read full post »

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