In the 2006 film directed by Uwe Boll called “In the Name of the King” the good magician tells the evil magician that what he’s doing is madness, to which the latter replies: “This is not madness. It’s power.” This … Continue reading When Madness Comes Into Power
A good example of policy of double standards is the phrase introduced into use by the British writer Gerald Symour in his work Harry’s Game in 1975, namely “One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter”. Back in the 1970s we didn’t even … Continue reading In Name Only
Chances are you have never heard of the Moabite Stele or Mesha Stone (below) but that doesn’t mean it is of no interest to you. On the contrary. Try to get interested as it may lead to discoveries of great … Continue reading Lost In Biblical Translation Recovered In High Resolution
– r e s e a r c h – A fundamental step on the path to specialization was the introduction of textbooks, the fact which resulted in the absolute control of both teachers and students. The job was carried … Continue reading SCIENCE IN ITSELF IS A FRAUD (IV) – SPECIALIZATION VERSUS TAWHEED
In the name of CNN on 28 April Tim Lister gave us his latest take on terrorism under the title “Destroyed on the battlefield, ISIS begins new chapter of terror” –a hopeless contradiction because how can anyone or anything that … Continue reading It Stands to Reason That Nobody Can Make Head or Tail of This Coin
In his article published by National Review (19 April 2019) under the title “The Washington Post Prints Another Bizarre Attack on Ben Shapiro” David French maintains that it takes two minutes to read Romans 11 and thus to understand that Notre Dame … Continue reading David French Defends Ben Shapiro Who Defends Mainstream Contradiction
On 17 April 2019 our attention was caught by headlines such as: Global News These people super-glued themselves to a train to protest climate change Two climate change activists climbed onto the roof of a train and another glued himself … Continue reading Save Yourself Before You Try to Save the World
The only absolutely clear thing is that the spire was not fireproof. And why wasn’t it fireproof? The Western Man has been to the Moon; has photographed a hole 54 million light-years away; has built Notre Dames all over the … Continue reading The Fire Which Fired Sentiment But Not Reflection
In a culture based on body worship being old is obviously unfashionable. On the other hand, in the same culture there’s much talk about life expectancy. Longevity is generally presented as a great achievement of a country, giving the impression … Continue reading Dead Wood… And Why Not?
As of late John Bolton’s favourite addressee on Tweeter is Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino. The Venezuelan military’s refusal to throw its support behind Juan Guaido, the opposition leader turned self-appointed US-backed “interim president,” is clearly a thorn in his … Continue reading Bolton: We Won’t Tolerate Any Foreign Meddling in Venezuela, Except Ours
Every 30 years, a generation, the skeletons stored in the closet of philosophical and spiritual alternatives reappear –aliens, mysteries of Egyptian pyramids, flying saucers, “new” findings in parapsychology and oriental shamanism; plus Yoga, Buddhism and Taoism as lead stories. It’s … Continue reading How Taoist Philosophy Deals with Anxiety… Anxiously!
According to the definition a proverb is a simple, traditional saying that expresses a truth based on common sense or experience. However, no new proverbs have been reported as far back as we could check although both common sense and … Continue reading Reflect Before the Sun is Folded Up, and it’s too late