Monthly Archives: July 2012

Glimpsing the Reality of War

One reason why war seems like a permanent condition of our world, and why it persists as an established social institution, is because it is wrapped up in layer upon layer of lies and distortions, until it is seemlessly transformed … Continue reading

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Politics, Politicians and Other Reasons to Stop Voting

I have recently returned to New Zealand after 9 years of living in the United Kingdom. One of the most striking similarities between the two countries I have noticed is the almost complete failure of the political class to discern … Continue reading

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