(it could land you in prison) Come Jan 1st, those innocent “climate quips” could just land you in a cold cell. The video comedy sketch above is actually hitting very close to home. Our latest and somewhat controversial article on global warming has prompted some readers and Facebook members to say that “They (21st […]
Archives for December 2010
Patrick Henningsen | In the 21st century, we thought modern man had surely advanced past his dependence on mythology, but old habits die hard.
Tragedy And Hope founder Richard Groves talks about the potential of the independent media. This is an excellent new thought-provoking portal that delves into the issue of empowerment, as well as many aspects and possibilities surrounding the rise of the independent media… www.tragedyandhope.com
Watch this documentary covering the Wikileaks phenomenon: . “There is no doubt that on the whole, Wikileaks and Julian Assange have done a tremendous public service by providing the public with war-time transparency on the big stage. The effort by the organisation is nothing short of groundbreaking. But this does not mean that newshounds and pundits should be […]
Raw Story | The forces of ‘bottom-up anarchy’ are forcing the authorities to up their security game.
Patrick Henningsen | Is the Icelandic “watchdog” digital dumping site being used in a cynical ploy by the Establishment?
21WIRE | UK-Russia World Cup spy scandal escalates, but is the British gov’t telling media to bury the story for ‘national security’ reasons?
By Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Updated Dec 13, 2010 You can judge a tree by its fruit. In the case of Wikileaks, its low-hanging fruit. There is only one thing more dangerous than a fundamentalist Neo-conservative, and that’s a naive liberal. In the wake of the demolition of the modern, somewhat mythological illusory icon Barrack Obama, […]
21WIRE | MI5 nabbing the alleged ‘Russian mole’ in the House of Commons was merely an attempt to equalise by Buckingham Palace in this diplomatic turf war.
21WIRE | Old Cold War sparks are flying again between Britain and Russia over the World Cup bid.