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Book club September 2016 and Friday Finds

Picture from my bookshelves
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I’m presenting here the books we shared
at our last block Book Club meeting 1,778 more words

The anti-Communist bias of Wikipedia

When you search the internet for political issues, you will constantly find a blatant anti-Communist bias, and one of the most important sources for this bias in the internet is Wikipedia, a site so anti-Communist that it doesn’t even hide it. 2,676 more words


Hobbies of Some of World’s Worst Dictators

Hey, guys! The world has been rattled by the rule of dictators from time to time and has witnessed millions of deaths in the rule. But as one has said if you truly want to attain greatness embrace optimism even when darkness prevails. 872 more words


Remember the Heroes – The 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956

During the last week I had a chance to spend a few days in Brussels between 17th and 20th of October as a part of the Graduates of Democracy delegation to a series of meetings. 857 more words


Can I Get A Witness

Do you ever catch yourself having a thought and laugh?

Like, you start out thinking about something and one idea leads to the next and before you know it, a strange phrase runs through your mind. 767 more words


Football controversy and a wealth of ignorance in Greenwich, Connecticut

As someone who lives in Greenwich, Connecticut, I am proud to say I defy every stereotype about this place. As someone who has lived in Greenwich for most of my life, I am also happy to say I defy the stereotypes about Greenwich residents. 635 more words

Law And Order

Trotsky on Stalin

by Andrew Murray

Stalinism and Trotskyism appear to be back in vogue. Their shrouds are being waved — entryism here, a purge there — to terrify bystanders to the struggle over the future of the Labour Party. 1,353 more words

Labour Movement