The New World I’ll begin with a blunt statement: from a moral perspective, in the few short years between 2015 and 2021, the world was transformed. As a consequence of this transformation we now occupy a new world: a world where ethics and morality have been hollowed out, where integrity, honesty and intelligence are devalued, a world where the overload of information, opinion and belief leaves us disorientated and confused.
The January 6th insurrection was an American travesty and the pinnacle of Trumpism. The vile, xenophobic, reactionary effects Donald Trump and his policies had on these Far-Right hooligans came to a deadly, super-violent head that day. The riots were responsible for seven deaths, including Capitol Hill Police officers and Trump supporters. The footage of Capitol Hill Police so grossly outnumbered by the flag waiving rabble seemed too have a heavier
Another gem from Caitlin Johnstone, that explains why we are where we are right now Re-Visiting Russiagate In Light Of The Ukraine War From Caitlins Newsletter 28th March 2022 It's hard to believe that the last president spent his term pouring weapons into Ukraine, shredding treaties with Russia and ramping up cold war escalations against Moscow which helped lead us directly to the extraordinarily dangerous situation we now find ourselves in,
In the early decades of the 21st Century humanity faces a pandemic of lies, jeopardising the fabric of our society and the environment on which we depend. Dangerous Globe is featuring a series of ‘short conversations’ by Luke Andreski, looking at the weapons we need if we are to overcome our disinformation pandemic. Having looked at weapons of defence, Luke now turns his attention to weapons of attack. The
See it, say it, sorted. What makes it any different when it comes to racial abuse? Over the last few weeks, the Conservative party have deliberated who would make the best Prime Minister for our country. In a time of great uncertainty, who will be able to handle the Brexit instability? Who will be able to act accordingly for the ongoing climate catastrophe? Importantly, who will best represent the people?
The special relationship between the US and UK may be exemplified by many little things, take the advent of Rock & Roll; Hula Hoops; Bubble Gum; even "Regime Change", within a few short weeks of being all the rage in the US, the 'Limeys' could also be seen with sticky Bubble Gum faces, or sitting in the Chiropractors waiting room, or happily joining in with bombing the shit out of
Who said The Donald would be bad for the economy ? With the incessant barrage of doom and gloom being reported at the moment, we thought it's about time something positive was reported in the press. Since Donald has become POTUS, a cottage industry has exploded around him with literally hundreds (possibly thousands, we haven't counted) of companies producing Donald branded merchandise. PANTS Our personal favourite are these amazing pants.
Well its only week 345 of the general election, and my blisters have got blisters on, but not on my feet, oh no, nothing so comfy, they're on my ears from hearing the phrase 'Strong and stable' ad nauseum, (When in fact the words "Piss-poor" and "Deranged" would surely be more applicable. Theresa May is as strong and stable as Tim Farron's flowing fringe. The main story of the week
Recently the news has been so scary, we have been struggling to laugh at even the Donald. His press "conferences", command of the English language (or lack thereof), posturing and ridiculous hair are usually hilarious, (while simultaneously terrifying), but nothing compares to yesterdays news. In fact, we are convinced that Monty Python hijacked the news on the 19th of April 2017, much to my and I am sure everyones delight. [caption id="attachment_637" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Donald being
You may have noticed that there has not been a great deal of "The Donalds" news on The Dangerous Globe recently, as there are far more important "goings-on" to report, than the rantings of a deranged geriatric. That said, we have taken an exception to his recent comments on the US needing more nuclear warheads, so hence a little article on this big subject. We all know the problem, or the Catch 22, when