A government, whatever its nature, rules as an imperial power over its people. The surest way to exercise this control is to prop up the illusion that it acts in the public interest.
Looking at America today, you swing back and forth between two poles, both of them magnetized by despair.
Slavery and democracy are usually two sides of the same coin. The United States, as well as the Greek city-states that inspired the whole of the West with their ideals, were always based on slavery.
The Club of Rome celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Since the beginning of the formation of the monetary civilization, "the powerful of this world" have not stopped at anything to achieve their goals. It can not be said that the goal does not justify the means, the problem is on a scale.
The intention of Donald Trump to deny access to the secret information of former CIA director John Brennan, publicly calling the US president "a traitor" and "mentally underdeveloped," prompted the defense of his colleagues - seven ex-director