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Crimes Against Humanity: The British Empire

Crimes Against Humanity: The British Empire

By Paul Gregoire,

First published by Sydney Criminal Lawyers and Global Research in July 2017.

It was the largest empire ever to have existed. 1,206 more words


New Moon in Virgo: Friendship

We have reached the last days of Spring. Tomorrow, the Sun will enter Libra in the Breamlea Zodiac, the Once A Jolly Swagman Sign which in its quintessential Australian way portends a Northern copper’s boot for the Centaur’s indiscretion of killing a Lupine sheep. 1,105 more words

Moon Phases

Devin Saucier And Paul Kersey Laud President Trump's 'Pro-White' Columbus Day Proclamation

On the latest episode of Radio Renaissance, white supremacists Devin Saucier (a.k.a. Henry Wolff) and Paul Kersey heaped praise on President Trump for his “pro-white” Columbus Day proclamation. 494 more words


Adventuresses Club Press 2: The Nun Ensign

That’s correct, we have another book out! This time I’ve delved back to the 16-17th centuries, to bring you the impossibly block-busteresque life of Catalina de Erauso, the Nun Ensign. 95 more words


Ethical Responsibility: Travel Photography and The Colonial Gaze

Work in progress. These are initial thoughts that will be later composed into an full-length essay.

Images can be found here: https://www.danicolephotography.com/travel-1/ 

I felt it necessary to write an accompanying essay to justify my photographs of the Omo Valley tribes I took in Ethiopia, January 2016. 413 more words


I am my ancestors

Ancestral worship has been practiced across space and time. In this day of age, we don’t think so much about my our past generations, we don’t think how they were different or similar to us. 250 more words


Nearly every country on earth is named after one of four things

When the US president says “America first” to a room full of world leaders, he probably doesn’t mean to invoke the spirit of a 15th-century Italian. 1,924 more words