Category Archives: Politics

Leon Rosselson and The Last Chance: Being morally right in a morally wrong world

Leon Rosselson is one of the best kept secrets of British music. He is an amazing lyricist, an under-appreciated tunesmith and as clever a writer of protest songs as they come. He is also a proponent of the kind of politics that sound good … Continue reading

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Wile E. Coyote vs. the Israeli Air force : a slightly mathematical look at the “Gaza massacre”

‘Hear that?  It’s the sound of children’s laughter… silenced’ I’m reminded of this classic Kent Brockman quote when I think about the western reaction to the ongoing civil war in Syria, only instead of laughter, it’s the sound of outrage and … Continue reading

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Life imitates blog drafts. Netanyahu, bombs, Wile E Coyote and me

A few weeks ago I started work on a blog post regarding the claims of a massacre in Gaza during 2009’s Gaza operation/war. The post will show how absurd any claim of a massacre is using only simple mathematics and common sense. To … Continue reading

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