Tag: prison

Democracy is likely the most abused term in human history

The Second World War never did formally end; it merely adapted to circumstances. The next stage was to mirror former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s judgement: ‘Destroy a people’s racial bond and you destroy its natural ride and resilience. The race mixers mongrelised offspring thus becomes more easily controlled and defeated, and their future depends on stronger peoples.’

I Survived a Firing Squad

Can you imagine what it must be like to be marched out to face a firing squad, say goodbye to your closest friend who is standing next to you and then have the squad shoulder their rifles and march away having not fired a shot?  What are the odds of that happening during a war situation?

Western Journalist ‘Sentenced to Death’ for Exposing Western War Crimes

‘This is a question of revenge of a huge state on a caring person’: why a court in London approved the extradition of Assange to the USA: The Westminster Magistrates Court in London has approved the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States by issuing a warrant. According to the organization itself, the final decision on this case should be made by the head of the UK Home Office, Priti Patel. 

For once a legal decision that isn’t Queer

Paivi Maria Rasanen was accused of inciting homophobia due to quoting the Bible and stating that marriage was a union between man and woman. A Helsinki court has dismissed all charges against former Finnish minister Paivi Rasanen and Lutheran bishop Juhan Pohjoli in a trial portrayed as a major litmus test for freedom of speech that garnered international attention.