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War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.

My favorite book of all time, 1984 by George Orwell.

Rating: 100/5.

This book is the one that started my love for reading and the one that made me want to read some more dystopian books. 140 more words


Oliver Stone: Pokemon Go is a New Stage in "Totalitarism" and "Surveillance Capitalism"

Source: Vigilant Citizen

Film director Oliver Stone believes that Pokemon Go is a tool capable of collecting massive amounts of data about its users and represents a step towards “robot society”. 236 more words


Unde lucreaza parintii tai?

Nu am mai fost intrebat, cred, de peste 12 ani unde lucreaza parintii mei si ce salariu au, ca modalitate intrinseca de a ma judeca pe mine. 260 more words

Articole Proprii

Freedom, now!...

This old cartoon from the 1950’s is pretty clear about the dangers of freedom in USA, and for that matter in all the world. The “State” claims to buy our freedom in exchange of “security”, an illusion after all. 82 more words

Civilizational Crisis

banii sau viata

E ceva ce am omis sa spun in sectiunile de introducere a blogului. In fine, e un lucru evident pentru cei care au o anumita perspectiva- si anume ca facem totul pentru noi, ca a spune ca faci ceva pentru altii e doar un artificiu. 549 more words


Bogdan DUCA: Ce faceți măi? Gândiți cu organele sexuale?

O strategie deșteaptă a activiștilor pro-căsătorii homosexuale, ca și a susținătorilor avorturilor, este aceea de a se strădui cât pot să lase impresia că a fi anti- căsătorii homosexuale și anti-avort e un soi de specific creștin, o treabă religioasă, oricum. 383 more words


Take action now to break the media silence on TTIP

Last month 250 people, including MPs and trade union leaders, were arrested in Brussels while peacefully protesting against TTIP. But this was not covered by the UK mainstream media. 116 more words


picard578 reblogged this on Defense Issues and commented:

Six media corporations own all the major media in the West. Thus lack of coverage on TTIP by the mainstream media is not surprising. This alone is enough to negate any claims about "unbiased" media helping "democracy", or indeed the claim that we really are living in a democracy. Democracy with no right to freedom of information is no democracy at all.