Monthly Archives: December 2013

saving pandora all over again

i like stories like avatar. let’s be honest, the movie was a hit! the animations were brilliant and the plot even got some hardline pragmatics to shed a tear or two in the darkness of the cinema. after all, why … Continue reading

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the bleeding sword of liberty

i find myself in a status of speechless awe, covering my face in the soothing mantles of my hands, while words and messages drip into my conscience, listening to the rhetoric of western freedoms and their glory. freedom of religion, … Continue reading

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the ironic opium

it is indeed a particular irony of history that the global fear of communism helped create the nourishing ground for islamic fundamentalism and our new global fear of terrorism. this hypothesis is based on an interesting reading i came across … Continue reading

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