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The human mind, intricate and susceptible, has long been subject to the art of conditioning. From subtle persuasion to overt manipulation, individuals are constantly exposed to external influences that shape their beliefs and perceptions. This article explores the ease with which people can be conditioned into believing something, delving...
On February 6th, 2024, former Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson interviewed Russian Premier Vladimir Putin. While the western corporate media have generally prevented audiences from viewing it, all the while arguing that the West is the bastion of free speech, the independent media is not so shy. The reason...
Joe Biden has once again confused a living politician with a deceased one for the second time this week. The President of the United States made the mistake during campaign events on Wednesday while recounting a 2021 conversation. At fundraisers in New York, the 81-year-old spoke about discussions he claimed...
“If we’re forbidden from looking history in the eye during this horrific war, we’re doomed to repeat it.” - Gaby Hinsliff It has been more than 100 days since the ongoing genocide in Gaza continued to question the humanity of the world and fumes forward with equal animosity amid global outcry and protest. More than 25,000 Palestinians have died, with over 65,000 wounded and over 2.3 million people displaced in hellfire, and the world simply watches...
Bono and his U2 bandmates have gone from peacekeepers to violence enablers in this sad and embarrassing take on their once great song Pride (In the Name of Love). Where Bono could have just condemned violence, he chose to celebrate a state that has perpetrated violence for three quarters...
Carl Sagan, an astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, and science communicator, left an indelible mark on the world through his profound insights into the universe and his exceptional ability to communicate complex scientific concepts to the general public. Born on November 9, 1934, in Brooklyn, New York, Sagan became a prominent...
Heath Ledger, a luminary of the silver screen, left an indelible mark on the world of cinema that transcends time. Born on April 4, 1979, in Perth, Australia, Ledger's magnetic talent and captivating presence set him apart as one of the most extraordinary actors of his generation. His life,...
There was a time when Alabas Farhat, a Democratic representative from Michigan, would have eagerly seized the chance to participate in a "meet and greet" with President Joe Biden. However, that time has passed, and Farhat, along with Arab Muslim community leaders in the greater Detroit area, declined the...
A High Court judge has rejected Donald Trump's legal challenge regarding accusations of participating in "perverted" activities and offering bribes to Russian officials. The former US president filed a data protection case in the UK against Orbis Business Intelligence, a private investigations firm founded by ex-British spy Christopher Steele,...
While this might sound like just a fandom post for Taylor Swift, it’s not. It’s a remark about how social media sways public opinion and how the patriarchy is still alive and well in American and western society today. If you’re not listening to Taylor, you cannot objectively claim a lack...