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We Can’t Forget

We are believers we’ve placed full faith in a magic that uses words to transform chaos into the norm human beings into disposable things buildings into rubble life into death (by drone) bodies into ash (and bone) cultures into terror … Continue reading

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The House of Fraud

it’s out of mind and out of sight and out of context and out of gasoline and out of line and out of time must wake now from the dream
who killed the messenger,
who cut the date palms down who tamed the shrew, who trained the crew who turned the planes around Continue reading

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Don’t Be A Doctor

Don’t be a doctor, or a medic. That’s the message we are hearing loud and clear. Well, at least don’t be a doctor for the oppressed, don’t be a medic while living under occupation, kid, choose another profession don’t be … Continue reading

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Never Forget (Doctors Without Borders)

I have long been disgusted to be an American but I am now officially disgusted to be a human being, the worst, most destructive, barbaric and cannibalistic species on the planet as I hear the news that yet again YET … Continue reading

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Bellies Full of Plastic

There is no hope of a better future, stop listening to the optimistic TV newscasters. We are not going to save the world we are nothing more than a cancer making planet earth sick. There is no God, so I … Continue reading

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30 People

last week it was 29 people, 29 civilians. Today? 30 people, 30 civilians slaughtered by our dear friends the Saudis using the sticks and stones that we gave them to commit war crimes.   These Saudi airstrikes using American and … Continue reading

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29 People

According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of terrorism is “The use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal.”   29 people were killed today in a terrorist attack. … Continue reading

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House of Fraud

airplane rides and child brides and women dressed in black, the early morning call to prayer reminds me of Iraq Oil money buying bombs from dear friend uncle Sam own your wives, and beat your kids but dont eat any … Continue reading

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