Off Guardian

Off Guardian
25 Sep 2022 | 8:00 pm

Don Quixote…de la Left!

Jordan Henderson The pull of Right vs Left Politics is still so strong, at least here in the USA, that I feel the need to state at the outset that my motivation here is not to score any points for the Right. This painting – Don Quixote de la Left – is a picture of …
Off Guardian
25 Sep 2022 | 11:00 am

AUDIO: Ed Curtin on Perspective with Jesse Zurawell

Author and sociology teacher (and regular OffG contributor) Edward Curtin joins Jesse Zurawell on the most recent episode of Perspective from TNTRadio. The pair discuss Ed's recent piece At the Lost and Found, Samuel Beckett, the nature and purpose of technology and more. TNT Radio is a 24/7 internet radio station, available here. You can …
Off Guardian
24 Sep 2022 | 7:00 pm

Wallabies and Wallpaper

Sylvia Shawcross Is anybody else as worried as I am? THEY are not saying it anymore. They drove us crazy for at least a year when Covid arrived. There are internet composites of leaders all over the world saying the same thing. Every. Single. Speech. "Build back better." It was becoming utterly annoying and a …
Off Guardian
24 Sep 2022 | 7:00 am

Admit You’re Wrong, Or Die

Todd Hayen OK, so maybe (maybe) not so dramatic as that, but come on people, alright already, you're wrong, admit it and start what you need to do to heal! With people dropping left and right, diseases and cancer on the rise, excess deaths, heart issues, clotting, if many people don't actually admit they are …
Off Guardian
23 Sep 2022 | 10:30 am

Deafening Silences: propaganda through censorship, smearing and coercion

Dr Piers Robinson There is a case to be made that the most important part of any propaganda campaign is the drive to ensure that certain voices, claims and arguments either never see the light of day or otherwise remain contained within "fringe" or "alternative" circles. Since the start of the COVID event, authorities around …
Off Guardian
23 Sep 2022 | 9:00 am

“Political Protest Is Not a White Collar Crime”

Diana West On July 30, 2002, President George W. Bush signed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a post-Enron law "aimed at fraud in corporations," as summed up in a headline in the New York Times. The newspaper elaborated: The bill, an extensive overhaul of corporate fraud, securities and accounting laws, creates a regulatory board with investigative and …
Off Guardian
22 Sep 2022 | 9:00 am

Multipolar World Order – Part 1

Iain Davis Russia's war with Ukraine is first and foremost a tragedy for the people of both countries, especially those who live—and die—in the battle zones. The priority for humanity, though apparently not for the political class, is to encourage Moscow and Kyiv to stop killing men, women and children and negotiate a peace deal. …
Off Guardian
21 Sep 2022 | 8:00 am

Dutch Farmers Resisting the Toxic Transition 

Colin Todhunter In recent years, governments have been demonstrating their subservience to their billionaire masters in Big Finance, the Gates and Rockefeller Foundations, BlackRock and the entire gamut of forces in the military-financial-industrial complex behind the 'Great Reset', 'New Normal' or whichever other benign-sounding term is used to disguise the crisis and current restructuring of capitalism and …
Off Guardian
20 Sep 2022 | 7:00 pm

REVIEW: The Rings of Power

When an author tells a story they invite you, without prejudice, to share in their imagination. And when Tolkien shared his, the world had not yet seen an imagination quite like it. Modern fantasy owes its very existence to Tolkien's generous and eloquent invitation. For his stories boasted a true depth built from knowledge, passion …
Text to Speech by: ResponsiveVoice-NonCommercial licensed under 95x15
website no use cookies, no spying, no tracking
to use the website, we check:
country: US · city: · ip:
device: computer · browser: CCBot 2 · platform:
counter: 1 · online:
created and powered by:
RobiYogi.com - Professional Responsive Websites
 please wait loading data...