Owl: Tom Engelhardt Rogue Superpower –From Tragedy to Farce?

“Sooner or later, the architecture will determine the acts”: The Resurrection of the Totalitarian Beast in Washington D.C. This is a long article well worth reading entirely, but if you have only for a small amount of timet, here’s two key takeaways worth pondering: “Consider, for instance, a superior piece of recent reporting by Eric …

Berto Jongman: Tom Engelhardt on Terracide by Terraists — Legalized Crime Destroying Earth & Humanity — Beyond Genocide, Beyond Ecocide

Terracide and the Terrarists  Destroying the Planet for Record Profits  By Tom Engelhardt We have a word for the conscious slaughter of a racial or ethnic group: genocide.  And one for the conscious destruction of aspects of the environment: ecocide.  But we don’t have a word for the conscious act of destroying the planet we live …

SchwartzReport: Tom Engelhardt — No Longer in Search of Enemies — We Have Created Them and Turned the World Against the USA

Here is a brilliant essay on the endless wars that enrich the few, and destroy the lives of many, and drain our treasury of the money we should be using to prepare our society for the world that is coming. We are destroying ourselves because we cannot mount the political will to demand life affirming …

Tom Engelhardt: Tough Love Indictment of the US Intelligence Community — Global Trends 2030 as Poster Child for Expensive Idiocy

BOTTOM LINE ON GLOBAL TRENDS 2030: “As a portrait of American power gone remarkably blind, deaf, and dumb in a world roaring toward 2030, it provides the rest of us with the functional definition of the group of people least likely to offer long-term security to Americans.” Part I:  The Visible Government [Supersizing Secrecy] How …

Caitlin Johnstone: US Foreign Policy Is a War on Disobedience

US Foreign Policy Is A War On Disobedience In an excellent new essay titled “We’re Not the Good Guys — Why Is American Aggression Missing in Action?“, Tom Engelhardt criticizes the way western media outlets consistently describe the behavior of disobedient nations like Iran as “aggressions”, but never use that label for the (generally antecedent …