Categoria: Truth and Justice

Lula tells world he’s back in the game from jail [Pepe Escobar – Asia Times, 08.27.2019]

Meanwhile, fires rage in the Amazon and Brazilian President Bolsonaro has become a target of global indignation The request for the interview was entered five months ago. Lula…

Stefania Maurizi on How Julian Assange Changed Journalism [Dennis J Bernstein and Randy Credico – Consortium News, 05.08.2019]

The Italian journalist and longtime media partner of WikiLeaks speaks with Dennis J. Bernstein and Randy Credico about the implications of Assange’s struggle against U.S. extradition.  Julian Assange was back…

The CIA Takeover of America in the 1960s Is the Story of Our Times – The Killing of the Kennedys and Today’s New Cold War [Edward Curtin – Global Research, 04.02.2019]

“‘We’re all puppets,’ the suspect [Sirhan Sirhan] replied, with more truth than he could have understood at that moment.” – Lisa Pease, quoting from the LAPD questioning of Sirhan. A…

Julian Assange and the Mindszenty Case [Ray McGovern – Consortium News, 06.19.2018]

Courageous publishers like Julian Assange and principled churchmen like Cardinal Jozsef Mindszenty are a rarity: Neither would be silenced; and both had to seek asylum; but the similarity ends there,…

Why the time is right for universal jurisdiction [Inder Comar, 04.26.2018]

In hindsight, it is almost too extraordinary: the leader of a Western-friendly government responsible for the deaths of thousands, and the torture of tens of thousands, arrested and…

Honoring Robert Parry [Jim Kavanagh-Counterpunch, 02.01.2018]

Robert Parry’s death is a profound loss to our country as a political and intellectual community. It’s a shame that most Americans don’t know that—and, indeed, don’t even…

We Need a Martin Luther King Day of Truth [Edward Curtin-Global Research, 15.01.18]

As Martin Luther King’s birthday is celebrated with a national holiday, his death day disappears down the memory hole. Across the country – in response to the King Holiday…

To Honor Albert Camus on the Day He Died: January 4, 1960 [Edward Curtin-Global Research, 01.04.2018]

Because he was not a partisan in the Cold War between the U.S./NATO and the U.S.S.R, Albert Camus was an oddball.  As a result, he was criticized by the right,…

When We Can No Longer Tell the Truth… [Charles Hugh Smith-Washington’s Blog, 07.21.2017]

When we can no longer tell the truth because the truth will bring the whole rotten, fragile status quo down in a heap of broken promises and lies, we’ve…

Human Rights Lawyer Michael Ratner, 1943–2016 (David Cole, The Nation, 05.11.2016)

Several years ago, I asked the civil-rights lawyer Michael Ratner, who died Wednesday at age 72, whether he thought he had any chance of prevailing when, with the Center…

Dov Yermiya, who had renounced the Zionism, dies at 101 (Philip Weiss, Mondoweiss, 02.01.2016)

Dov Yermiya died on Saturday at 101 at the kibbutz in northern Israel where he lived. Yermiya was a leading Israeli dissident who had fought in Israel’s war…

Rwandan proverb

Ukuri guca mu ziko ntigushya = The truth goes through fire but never burns

The truth will set you free (John 8:32)

In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me. (John 18:37)…