A Commemoration of the American Interventionism

On March 17th, 2003, an international coalition led by the USA invaded Iraq. The result was the second US-Iraq War. This is part of an ongoing conflict ever since. How did this happen?    Iraq for sale: The War Profiteers (2006) Director Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films stand behind a great series of documentaries… Read More A Commemoration of the American Interventionism

Spoon-feeding V.2.0: The Universe According To Simpletons

Many who imagine they are preoccupied with “personal development” recommend for themselves and praise a small trilogy of films aiming at the documentary name but are not. I am referring to the films What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004, R: William Antz, Betsy Chasse, Mark Vincente), The Secret (2006, r: Drew Heriot, Sean Byrne, Marc Goldenfein,… Read More Spoon-feeding V.2.0: The Universe According To Simpletons

20 Years of Deceit Since ✈ ▌ ▌ /”Nine-Eleven” – 20 Embedded Videos

Today it is the tragic commemoration of the terrifying events that shaped our world. 20 years ago, the media’s attention and hundreds of millions of people were hijacked into believing the almost 3000 people who died in the attacks on World Trade Center were the biggest tragedy in the whole picture. Who would have counted… Read More 20 Years of Deceit Since ✈ ▌ ▌ /”Nine-Eleven” – 20 Embedded Videos

Do You Like the Real Totalitarianism? Check Out the Allegoric One: Kynodontas and Rollerball (1975)

On July 16th, 1918, the Russian Imperial Romanov family was executed during the Russian Civil War, which concluded with the inauguration of the first major Communist experiment as a tryout for the worldwide communism takeover that started in 2020. On this particular occasion, I would like to share two movie recommendations for parables about totalitarianism.… Read More Do You Like the Real Totalitarianism? Check Out the Allegoric One: Kynodontas and Rollerball (1975)

“The Art of Personal Branding”, or Sometimes, a “Pen” is Just a Pen. But Sometimes It Isn’t.

“Sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar“ Sigmund Freud According to Alfred Korzybski [en, wiki], the greatest epistemologist of the XXth century, in his work “Science and Sanity” [complete book, en, HTML index, pdf chapters], for example, in the case of the word “pen”, when I take it in my hand, and I say: “This… Read More “The Art of Personal Branding”, or Sometimes, a “Pen” is Just a Pen. But Sometimes It Isn’t.