Today is the last day of the 93rd year of my life. Ridiculous. If by a miracle I could be returned to, say, 14, and travel all this long way again, would I like that? No, I would not.
Dangerous Times: John Pilger Discusses North Korea, China and the Threat of Nuclear War and AccidentSeptember 17, 2017 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Western media continue to distort the chronology of cause and effect, inverting reality to claim that North Korea is provoking the West. John Pilger talks to T.J. Coles about the situation.
Random Arrows and a Big Fist: Noam Chomsky Discusses Trump, Russia, the Middle East and Latin AmericaSeptember 5, 2017 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
A few months ago, I interviewed Noam Chomsky as part of our new book Voices for Peace: War, Resistance and America's Quest for Full-spectrum Dominance
Caesarea was built by King Herod some 2000 years ago and named after his Roman master, Augustus Caesar. It once again became an important town under the Crusaders, who fortified it.
The mention of one tiny country appears to strike at the rationality and sanity of those who should know far better