THE INSANE SOCIETY The war criminals’ freedom, the jesters’ democracy, the fat banquet and those mountains of corpses that nobody cares. But the Emperor is naked. By Gabriele Zamparini (*) “The fact that millions of people share the same vices does not make these vices virtues, the fact that they share so many errors does… Continue reading THE INSANE SOCIETY by Gabriele Zamparini
Traprock Homepage There Are Criminals, and Then There Are CRIMINALS Cindy Sheehan As I lie here in bed recuperating from the injuries that I received from a federal agent and the NYPD in front of the US Mission to the UN (USUN) the other day, I have had time to reflect on the experience, the… Continue reading There Are Criminals, and Then There Are CRIMINALS
Traprock Homepage By Steve Werlin The Creole word for a demonstration is “manifestasyon”. It’s the word used to describe the times that people take to the streets to protest. They might be objecting to the murder of a popular figure or the high price of various commodities or the firing of a university official or… Continue reading Manifestasyon Yo
Traprock Homepage By Steve Werlin Over the course of the last weeks in January, it began to seem increasingly likely that there would be an election in Haiti. This is an odd claim for an American to make. The regularity of our own democratic processes means that the question as to whether they’ll be an… Continue reading An Election After All
Traprock Homepage “Guardians of Power. The Myth of the Liberal Media” is a new book by David Edwards and David Cromwell, the two editors of Media Lens, an excellent watchdog “correcting for the distorted vision of the corporate media”. According to Noam Chomsky “Regular critical analysis of the media, filling crucial gaps and correcting the… Continue reading Guardians of Power – Exclusive interview with Media Lens editors David Edwards and David Cromwell By Gabriele Zamparini
Traprock Homepage From a June 20, 2003 commentary by Charles Jenks Senator John Kerry Speaks Out – He Was ‘Misled’ Senator John Kerry says he – in fact “every one of us” – was misled by President Bush concerning Iraq having weapons of mass destruction. And he says the deception is one reason he is… Continue reading Is it only Bush’s Fault?
Traprock Homepage Liberation and Deliverance By Kathy Kelly (An interview with Kathy Kelly and fellow prisoner Dave Corcoran, on the day that she reported to prison for 4 months – reprinted with permission from https://www.vitw.org) Barely a week goes by when I don’t think about the nuns who were so much a part of my… Continue reading Liberation and Deliverance
Traprock Homepage For Whom They Toll October 26, 2005 by Kathy Kelly Today, in cities and towns throughout the U.S. and beyond, activists will gather to grieve and protest the carnage wrought by the unlawful and immoral war in Iraq. Thousands will gather to commemorate the 2,000 lives of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq and… Continue reading For Whom They Toll – Kathy Kelly
Traprock Homepage October 7, 2005 by Charles Jenks William Bennett, in his eye popping statement that aborting all black fetus’s would lower the crime rate, has been rightly condemned for racism. It’s amazing and revealing that he would think that genocide, which is the most grievous crime under international law, would lower crime. The paradox… Continue reading Condemning racism and the suggestion that genocide is an option
Traprock Homepage September 5, 2005 by Charles Jenks Has there been a week when so many in the US have had the worst week of their lives? I grieve for the people of the entire Gulf Coast region, but focus here on Orleans Parish because, in my opinion, it has been attacked, and hundreds if… Continue reading Death of Orleans Parish?