Morality of today: Evil is Good
This is the true history of what is commonly called “morality.”
If you were the only thief in the world, imagine how easy your job would be! There would be no locks, no security systems, no passwords, no police. You could just take stuff, and people would probably just assume they lost it.
On the other hand, if everyone in the world was a thief, everyone would halve starve. No one would create more than they consumed in the moment, because it would just be stolen. Read More…
My last post was on the 30th May 2011. I had to stop for a while.
Writing about truth is never easy.
As Arthur Schopenhauer said:
All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
It took a lot out of me to present the ideas. That’s why I took a break for about 3 months. For me, I can’t just read about injustice and keep quiet about it.
I have to write about and somehow get you thinking. To get someone thinking about the issues is already a victory.
Defeat is when we close our minds.
I’m starting again.
Why did YouTube censored this video
On February 4th, YouTube deleted a documentary about the Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas from the channel belonging to the magazine “cafedada.tv”.
According the company, the video was withdrawn because it violated company policy relating to nudity and sexual content. Read More…
Global protests and uprisings
From December 18 to March 7, 2011, video showing a time-lapse series of maps marking major uprisings and protests around the world during that period.
It seems that 2011 is the year for revolutions. Is there a pattern in all these or just simply a spontaneous reactions of the people? Read More…
WordPress.com DDos Attacks
WordPress.com recently came under a DDos attack on the 3rd and 4th March 2011. 18 million blogs were affected. I can’t post anything in this blog and for some other blogs that I write.
Initially it was thought that the attacks were politically motivated, given the unrest in Middle East. In this case it wasn’t. Read More…
Even though the video references US, it’s a good representation of how things are run around the world. The majority voted for their representatives then ask for permission to do some things.
Sometimes, they will be changes made. Oftentimes only a bit or nothing will be done. The usual excuse is that it’s not good for the general public, etc. Read More…