• Glenn Greenwald: On Lawlessness and Power

    A clip from a larger discussion with Noam Chomsky. Here Greenwald discusses the use of law by the elites and those with power in the United States as a means of coercion. He also describes this behavior as it has been used against whistle-blowers.

  • Be the Change You Want to See

    The title of this post is a quote from Gandhi. It inspired a man from Ireland, Mark Boyle, to live without money for one year. He has never been happier. You can read his story here. i too was inspired by Gandhi’s words to undertake the development of Indelible, research based on my father’s initial efforts… Continue Reading

  • The U.S. Torture of American Dianna Ortiz

    In this video, American Dianna Ortiz, a catholic nun, discusses her experience with her colleagues. Here Ortiz is more transparent about both telling her experience of being tortured in Guatemala by police and a torture squad which was informed, funded, and managed by American personnel. And she describes how when she attempted in good faith… Continue Reading

  • A Letter to a Good and Decent Man

    Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2013 From: Julian Assange To: Benedict Cumberbatch Subject: Message from Assange Dear Benedict, Thank you for trying to contact me. It is the first approach by anyone from the Dreamworks production to me or WikiLeaks. My assistants communicated your request to me, and I have given it a lot of thought… Continue Reading

  • Regarding the Role of the Front-man

    Julian Assange did an interview on Democracy Now, which aired today. If you take the time to listen to Assange speak, you will almost always learn something. He and his colleagues are survivors in a battle against great formidable enemies. There is no reason why they should have survived half the time of the battle… Continue Reading