Archives for October, 2015

Dalai Lama Cult:

Dalai Lama Cult: Postmodern Neo-feudalism and the Decline of the West by Gearóid Ó Colmáin / June 11th, 2012 Last year Tibet’s revered “spiritual leader” the Dalai Lama visited Toulouse in France for a festival celebrating Tibetan culture, while the Chinese government celebrated 60 years of communist rule in Tibet. The Tibetan spiritual leader gave […]

Some of the Human Rights Abuses by the West

Introduction The Western media and politicians constantly remind us to the nasty Human Rights abuses of China, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and so on but what is the history of British and American Human Rights conduct? It is only fair that we look at some of them to see if they are holier than others. […]

International Drug Holocaust: From the Opium War to 1997

Introduction Because of the spin western governments put out, many people do not know their history. Many people in Europe and America currently believe that China is the villain of violating Human Rights and has contempt for human life. The following article will shock most people in the West, but it must be put on […]

The Chinese Opium Wars

The addiction of tens of millions of Chinese to Opium was one of the biggest disasters ever to hit China. Although this story is well known in Asia, few Americans/Europeans are familiar with it. East West Dialogue THE CHINESE OPIUM WARS: The Queen of England Pushes Dope “In view of the inordinate lengths to which […]

Friendly Feudalism – The Tibet Myth by Michael Parenti

Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth (updated and expanded version, January 2007) I. For Lords and Lamas Along with the blood drenched landscape of religious conflict there is the experience of inner peace and solace that every religion promises, none more so than Buddhism. Standing in marked contrast to the intolerant savagery of other religions, Buddhism […]

Investigating British Abuses of Human Rights in the Past

History is written by the victors and thus it is slanted. I am attempting to redress some of the perspectives on historical events. Britain has accused many nations of violations of Human Rights, but what is her historical record? BRITAIN AND THE SLAVE TRADE Early British slaving voyages John Hawkins is considered to be the […]

The Roots of Christianity

The Roots of Christianity Early Perceptions All my life, until only in that latter part of my life, I had always visualised that Christianity was born when “infant baby Jesus was born in Bethlehem.” That the Biblical stories were historical and true. I did not even visualise that Christianity could have evolved from Judaism, or […]

A Call To Muslims of the World

A Call To Muslims of the World Dear brothers and sisters in humanity. Dear Muslims. The tragic incident of September 11 has shocked the world. It is unthinkable how anyone could be so full of hate as to commit such heinous act and kill so many innocent people. We people of Muslim origin are as […]

The Pagan Roots of Allah: The Mythology of Islam

The Pagan Roots of Allah by Fesenjoon2 25-Sep-2012 In spite of the prevalent mainstream description of Allah, there continues to exist a somewhat controversial of Islam, put forth by some scholars and a number of Christian groups [1][2][3], in which it is claimed that the Islamic deity Allah has pre-Islamic pagan roots stemming from local […]