Daily Archives: March 17, 2011

Manichaen Thinking and Current US Politics

Manichaen theology taught a dualistic view of good and evil. A key belief in Manichaeism is that the powerful, though not omnipotent good power (God) was opposed by the semi-eternal evil power (Satan). This addresses a theoretical part of the problem … Continue reading

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The World Energy Trade

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The Masters of War

Bob Dylan’s 1962/3 song The Masters of War never seems to loose its relevance and this montage shown over its singing, should lead to some re-thinking about the contemporary resonance of the lyrics. The montage shows some the appalling results … Continue reading

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