While the world is getting battered
By war upon war each day
And honest unbiased journalism is all
but a needle in a stack of hay…
While the meanings of war and peace
Have been turned upside-down
And the public is being lied to
By treacherous suited clowns…
Lets hold our hands together
And refresh our memories
Of what our beloved heroes
Once said about war and peace:
1. Mahatma Gandhi
The cry for peace will be a cry in the wilderness, so long as the spirit of non-violence does not dominate millions of men and women.
On Monday night, ETV aired John Pilger‘s documentary The War You Dont See. I usually do not watch TV, but incidentally I was in front of a screen just when it started. For quite some time I had wanted to do a scientific analysis of the war, Pilger provided me the stimulus.
But before I say more about the film, I would like to state the following:
Thank You John Pilger for letting me know there is at least one decent man alive who has the moral courage to stand up and speak the truth!
I would not go into the details of the film and spoil it for you. If you have not seen it yet, you must! No, seriously, go watch this film! Why? Because, if you live in the UK or USA and pay taxes, you have to see with your own eyes what has been done with your money, in your name! Continue reading
Last night, while I was reading Richard Dawkins excellent 2011 book “The Magic of Reality – How We Know Whats Real?”, a chilling thought occurred to me.
Premise: A telescope can work like a time-machine. What we see when we look at anything is actually light, and light takes time to travel, about 300,000 kilometers per second. Considering cosmic distances, that’s not so awfully fast. As a result, if you look at the nearest star Proxima Centauri in 2012, what you’re seeing is happening in 2008. We are in the Milky Way galaxy. When we look at our next-door neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy, we are looking 2 and a half million years back in time. Continue reading