Wars benefit nobody except the psychopathic bankers, politicians, corporate elite, generals and religious leaders who justify them, start them, and profit from them. For the rest of humanity, wars offer nothing but death, destruction, oppression, trauma and poverty. It's time for peace.
The world is full of conflicts of interest and disparity of power. This leads to conflict and unhappiness. In today's topsy-turvy world, the most powerful nations are running terror campaigns (usually in the name of anti-terrorism), and this is causing endless wars around the world because wars mean profits to the massive Western defence industries, which now largely control Western governments. >>>
Edward Said: Imperial Continuity - Palestine, Iraq and US Policy / Feb 2011
This 2003 lecture is still relevant for today. Edward Said is a Professor at Columbia University and here he talks about American imperialism. "Every ten years or so the US need to pick up some small country and throw it against the wall just to show the world we mean business."
ISIS (The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) - Documentary Special / Jun 2014
ISIS, the richest Jihadist organisation in the world, take barbarity to such extremes that even Al Qaeda have distanced themselves from them. This is Islamic fundamentalism at its most evil. ISIS rose to power due to Western/Saudi support and Western destabilisation of the region.
The Rise of Evil ISIS and the Stupidity of the West (10 Aug 2014)
Less than a year ago, David Cameron and Barack Obama were pushing for war against Assad and directly supporting the Syrian rebels, which included ISIS — making a pact with the devil to further their own and Israel's political agendas. If it wasn't for Russia's counterbalancing support for the Assad's forces, ISIS would now be in full control of Syria. As it is, they are in control of part of Syria and have moved into the vacuum left in Iraq, a consequence of Bush and Blair's decision to remove Saddam Hussein and bring democracy to the Iraqi people. The truth we are now realising is that the dictator Saddam was the only leader ruthless enough to be able to keep Islamic radicals in check, and with him out of the way, Iraq is falling to the Islamic radicals. ISIS are currently executing, beheading and crucifying their bloody way to their radical Islamic ends, and the West is only now beginning to react to the chaos they fomented. The rivers of blood that ISIS are releasing are a reminder that we need to stop trying to export Western democracy to countries that cannot appreciate it, and dissuade our governments from constantly meddling in energy-rich Islamic countries. [ref]
Breaking the Silence - Truth and Lies In the War on Terror - John Pilger / Feb 2013
This documentary was first released in 2003, six months after the Iraqi invasion. It is as relevant to us today, reminding us that our psychopathic leaders are committing terrible war crimes in other countries, dressed up as "liberation" and the extermination of "terrorists". It is all lies.
Islam: What the West needs to know (full documentary) / Mar 2011
There is a popular myth that true Islam is a religion of peace. But an examination of the Koran and Muhammad's life unequivocally shows that violence towards non-Muslims is at the heart of this religion, making the religions itself easy to radicalise, despite most Muslims being peaceful.
The Annihilation of the Palestinians (18 July 2014)
The media usually likes to present the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as a tit-for-tat killing spree fuelled by decades of deep and intractable racial hatred. But we forget that the Israeli military, for its size, is one of the best equipped in the world, and the disparity between Israeli deaths and Palestinian deaths is massive. In the latest conflict, for example, 3 Israeli murders by Palestinian thugs led to the Israeli government launching a military offensive that has killed nearly three hundred mostly-civilian Palestinians (with thousands injured and tens of thousands displaced) with only a single Israeli military casualty. This is not tit-for-tat violence — this is genocide. You want to see the real face of Israeli 'defence' that the Western media never covers? Click here
Israel and Iran: A love story? / Dec 2012
When Israel was on the brink of attacking Iran, Israeli graphic designer Ronny Edry shared a poster on Facebook of himself and his daughter: "Iranians… we [heart] you." Soon other Israelis joined in and Iranians responded in kind. Let's bypass governments and make peace directly.