The British government is threatening an internet lockdown that could rival China’s ‘great firewall,’ all in the name of national security.
Imperium takes on a world of white pride, racial reactivity, and conspiracies in the United States.
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The mass-murder of innocents in Paris this weekend could well have been a clear sign of weakness on ISIS’s part.
If France manages to fight Muslim extremists without antagonizing its Muslim population, it wins.
Like it or not, the so-called Islamic State matters.
Helping and discussing are not mutually exclusive, and we must have both.
Maybe the question isn’t really: “Does government investigation have a rightwing bias?” Perhaps we should instead be asking, “Should the government be investigating today’s almost uniformly non-violent leftwing movements at all?”
Though the Minsk bombing was not a suicide attack like last year’s Moscow bombing, there is just something about metro bombs that plays on a certain primal fear.
Castle struck a light, silly, irreverent note, but someone somewhere seems to have decided that the show needs to have more of a conscience.