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Attack ideas, not people

posted by Harry J. Bentham

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 […]

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To be or not to be Charlie Hebdo: when being a politically correct coward is brave

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Au bout d’un ou deux siècles d’exploitation se produit une véritable émaciation du panaroma culturel With one or two centuries of exploitation comes a thorough emaciation of the cultural landscape. Frantz Fanon All of us regret the tragic loss of life in the […]

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“The Interview” is a terrorist fantasy: might as well be about chopping Obama’s head off

posted by Harry J. Bentham

La beauté sera CONVULSIVE ou ne sera pas. Beauty will be CONVULSIVE or not at all. André Breton Americans, the folks who scream and whine more about “terror” threats to their nation more than any other people in the world, are now slamming North Korea after the […]

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The Ottawa Shooting: will Canada die too, or discover it doesn’t exist?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Je n’admets ni la notion de maîtrise ni l’universalité de la loi. I admit neither the notion of a master nor the universality of his law. Michel Foucault My most recent publication is an essay at ClubOfINFO, titled A Viral […]

Emaciation, intervention, aggression: Syria

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Au bout d’un ou deux siècles d’exploitation se produit une véritable émaciation du panaroma culturel With one or two centuries of exploitation comes a thorough emaciation of the cultural landscape. Frantz Fanon In considering a new opinion piece for my Press TV column at […]

ISIL is whose fault?

posted by Harry J. Bentham

Aime la vérité, mais pardonne à l’erreur. Love truth, but pardon error. Voltaire In considering what will be the subject of my September article at my Press TV column, I have quite a selection of subjects to choose from. The first […]

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The war you never saw: the Press versus the Blogosphere
Il semble que la perfection soit atteinte non quand il n'y a plus rien à ajouter, mais quand il n'y a plus rien à retrancher. It seems that perfection is attained not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to ...

posted 11:00:14pm Apr. 25, 2015 | read full post »

Venezuela and Russia sanctioned, Cuba and Iran "unsanctioned"?
Les femmes, les enfants et les vieillards, les individus entraînés par la violence ne méritent pas sans doute le même sort que les monstres qui ont ourdi la révolte Women, children and old people, people affected by violence probably do ...

posted 11:00:53pm Apr. 24, 2015 | read full post »

"Russian propaganda" and "paid trolls"? More like the truth and the blogosphere
J'adore la liberté; j'abhorre la gêne, la peine, l'assujettissement. I love liberty, and I loathe constraint, dependence, and all their kindred annoyances. Jean-Jacques Rousseau Suddenly, everyone is scared of the scale of ...

posted 11:00:35pm Apr. 18, 2015 | read full post »

L'Ordre de la Montagne, a blogging society's ascension
Nous sommes tous montagnards, vive la montagne! We are all Montagnards, vive La Montagne! Slogan used in an address to the Jacobin Club, 1793 I have been privileged to help publicize a growing club of bloggers known as the Mont Order ...

posted 11:00:26pm Apr. 17, 2015 | read full post »

Easier to accuse a poor isolated regime of censorship than a world-controlling regime?
Il n'y a pas d'amis : il y a des moments d'amitié. There are no friends: there are moments of friendship. Jules Renard Making it in the mainstream media has and continues to be one my goals. However, controversy is fun, and a useful ...

posted 11:00:11pm Apr. 11, 2015 | read full post »

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