The Persian Gulf War, USG Complicity in 9/11 and the 2001 Anthrax Attacks, and Selling Weapons to Dictators in an Attempt to Justify Re-invasion of Iraq and War in Afghanistan

As discussed the US government’s main concern in the Iran-Iraq war was protecting its oil interests, so both warring states were supported in an attempt to secure their oil concessions. […]

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The Korean and Vietnam Wars: Conflicts for Capitalism and Empire

During the Cold War (1947-1991), the US government targeted many countries in an attempt to root out self-determination and autonomy within them so that it could gain control and rebuild […]

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Collective Ownership, Worker’s Control, Autonomy, Anarchism, Communism, the Spanish Revolution, and their Suppression by Capitalist Empires

By the 1950s, America’s corporations and government began to take full advantage of the lack of resistance to their practices. The American government had spread its hegemonic empire to defeated […]

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Childhood Psychiatry, the Side-effects of Antipsychotics, and Rethinking Mental Disorders, Brain Diseases, their Relationship with Bodily Diseases, and For-profit Psychiatry

Along with most mental disorders, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia are diagnosed far too often. From 1994 to 2003, the estimated number of children diagnosed with bipolar increased by more than […]

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Legalizing Drugs To Reduce Harm and Reforming Rehabilitation Programs like “The Twelve Steps”

Many people believe legalizing drugs would increase usage and addiction, but this does not have to be the case. It could reduce both if they were legalized, controlled, and distributed […]

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Sign the Petition for a Global Arms Embargo of Myanmar to Stop the Military’s Genocide and Mass Rape of Rohingya Muslims

Via sumofus.org: “Myanmar’s military is using murder and mayhem to drive out hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims. France’s President Emmanuel Macron is calling it genocide.  The harrowing stories are all over […]

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Colonialism in Antiquity, the Road to Modern Imperialism, the Birth of Corporations, and The Rise of Corporate Executives and Bankers in America

  Colonialism is the establishment, maintenance, and expansion of colonies in largely ungoverned, less developed territories. The word colonialism comes from the Latin word, Colonus, which means farmer, and most […]

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The “Problem of Evil,” the Crusades, The Birth and Development of Science, and Religion’s Effect on its Progress and the Spread of Authoritarianism

2.10 The “Problem of Evil” Many philosophers, religious scholars, and critics have written about the problem of evil. For example, the ancient Greek philosopher, Epicurus, wrote of this problem some […]

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Immorality, Violence, Myth, and Contradictions in Religious Texts, Puritanism, Backwards Religious Views on Sex, Contraception, Abortion, Homosexuality, Marriage, and Rape by Clergy

2.7 Abrahamic Texts   The presence of organized religions in societies ruled by governments usually makes them far more destructive because they separate people further and give us another reason […]

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A Brief History of Palestine and Israel, the Ongoing Occupation, and the Crimes Against Humanity Committed by the Racist Israeli Government

Excluding radical, religious dictatorships, most states have some measure or recognition of the necessity of the separation between Church and State because the danger is obvious. Governance has to be […]

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