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Tag Archives: George Orwell
When listening to journalists’ immediate comments after the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon on 11 September 2001, one could only expect that the world would change forever. Of course, all of us feared long-lasting war with the … Continue reading
On the eve of the Bradley Manning court martial verdict on charges including “aiding the enemy”, Huffington Post reports that the website Change.gov (“the office of the president-elect”) where the elect president of 2008, Barack Obama, had laid out his … Continue reading
We might owe whistle-blowers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden (after Daniel Ellsberg) nothing else than the future. We got a final wake-up call. What Snowden has revealed is what all had long feared in nightmares but could not imagine to … Continue reading
Honestly, I was rather convinced that Osama bin Laden wasn’t alive. In Orwellian times, the sole remaining superpower desperately needs an arch villain in order to wage wars (at the moment two or even three). But bin Laden, dead or alive, was … Continue reading
What actually had happened on September 4, 2009 near Kunduz in Afghanistan, and when and how the German Government, lawmakers and the public were informed about the numerous civilian casualties after bombarding the two fuel tanks which had been hijacked by Taliban … Continue reading