Manchester Concert Bombing


My Tuesday morning started off like every other morning. I woke up, went to go check on my daughter to see if she was up.

To no surprise she was playing with her toys already, my wife was up too, getting herself ready for work. After everything is done, I drive my daughter to preschool and my wife to work. Driving back home from dropping those two off, I can hear my stomach calling wildly, I drive faster towards home to end the hunger. Once home, while making my breakfast, I turn on the TV to see what’s going on in the world. I see the title on the German channel N-24 that says terrorism in Manchester.

I quickly turn to BBC to learn the state of things. So allegedly, this boy, Salman Abedi, 22, walked into an Ariana Grande concert and detonated a bomb full of teenagers and little kids. 22 people were killed and lots more injured in the attacked. Also, supposedly The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. My I add, we are still in the early stages of this horrible situation and cool heads provide clear thinking.

The media, on the other hand, has a long history of reporting things as facts and then changing those facts later. I have a question, do we ever ask ourselves why the high activity in attacks in Europe in the last couple of years? France, Belgium, Germany, and England. The answer just Isn’t, “they hate democracy. No, I think the answer is more complicated than that. We should look at the situations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria and what lead to the Arab Spring, and its lasting effects. We should look into the dealings of our leaders and their role involving these countries problems.



Japan’s Dolphin Hunt

When one thinks of dolphins, thoughts of families visiting the aquarium comes to mind, or dolphins and people swimming together in the vast ocean without a care in the world.

But, in a small village off the south coast of Japan, a annual wildlife hunt is held. But it’s not what you think, it’s not a hunt for ducks, birds or deer. No, this is a different hunt, a hunt for dolphins and whales. Every year the annual Taiji dolphin drive hunt is held between September and March. Fisher men from all over japan participate in the the event that brings income for the small fishing town

of Taiji Wakayama. The annual event kills approximately 20,000 dolphins a year along with other sea life in addition. And despite criticism from organizations such as the International Whaling Commission and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and protesters. The hunt continues yearly, one of the issues that opponents have against whaling is the extream inhumane method in which the animals are killed. When whalers see a herd of dolphins, a metal pipe is lowered into the ocean. Now, the metal

pipe is used to create a vibrating sound that is meant as confusion for the animals. And when panic has set in for the animals, and in their disoriented state, the whalers can now move the animals into the bay, afterward when all the animals are in, they close it off by using a large net so the animals are unable to escape. Usually, the whalers will wait until the next day before proceeding to murder the animals. The method can only be described as barbaric in nature and cruel at heart. One method is to 

use a metal pin and push it into the dolphin neck resulting in instant death. The second method, using a metal rod and driving it into the spine. With this said, Japan continues this annual slaughter under the excuse of “it’s Japan’s culture” and by right. But in reality, it’s really a hunt for whale meat and profit and not scientific purposes as Japan likes to repeatedly say. In reality, Japan has no right to kill 

any whale or dolphin for any circumstance. These animals of the sea were here long before the social construct of nations and they will be here after all nations have died out if they are not driving to extinction first. Maybe, there should be a different approach to the matter, so far international organizations have tried to stop this state sponsor murder but it hasn’t gotten them nowhere in regards to this situation. The next solution will have to be other actions taking by other nation to apply pressure on Japan such as sanctions. The tourism industry should be affected to a high degree.

Anybody visiting Japan should be labeled as supporting mass murder of dolphins and whales. To stop the killings, Japan’s economy will have to be affected to a great degree. In particular, a mass advertising campaign should be active on social media platforms to spread the message to those, not in the know. Photos of the mangled animals should be posted everywhere so people can see the horrors of the yearly hunt. Hopefully, in the near future, and one can only hope, this barbaric tradition will be thrown in the trash bin of history.

A letter To The Main Stream Media

Dear MSM,

as of now, all credibility and trust have been dissolved, so as of today, I inform you that your services are no longer needed or wanted. The reason for your termination is the fact that you have neglected your responsibilities as an organization to properly inform the public and to hold those in power accountable for their misdeeds. In fact, you have sold your journalistic integrity by laying in bed with the politicians, big corporations, and the bankers. You are accused of inciting wars, mass murder, race baiting, distorting the truth and defamation of character of individuals and groups. It must be said, in my absolute belief that you are a mouth piece for the state. When the government wants the public to accept any new proposed legislation that isn’t in the best interest of the public. What do you do? You write and broadcast it on radio and TV everyday until it’s the norm. Furthermore, you have been replaced by alternative news, your time will come to an end very soon. Meaning, in the next fifteen to twenty years your shit and all that you are spewing will cease. In closing, your arrogance and extreme vanity will be your downfall, not alternative news. Your self-importance won’t allow you to see the inevitable end which is good for all of us… have served your purpose.