Drugs, CIA and the Courage of Journalists Finding the Truth is the Life

Investigative journalism is indeed a risky profession but you will find they are peopled by those dedicated to truth and driven to expose deception.  What would our world be like if everyone was too scared to say anything.  Unchecked power has to be checked as people are harmed if it is allowed to… Continue reading

Are You Comfortably Numb?

The video by Pink Floyd sums up the reality of drugs.

People escape into drugs, alcohol, TV, cable, lap tops, iPads, sex or hobbies in order to not deal with the complexity of life.  It is to escape.  Some are disconnected emotionally from the real life as they were taught to suppress their… Continue reading

The Trial in the US of Mexican Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, the World’s Most Infamous Drug Baron

Money talks not ethics.  Identity and respect is attributed to wealth not how virtuous a person is.  No-one cares, money is survival and what it busy inflates a person’s worth in the eyes of others.

A key quote from the article below:

“Corruption among Mexican officials is hardly news; hundreds of police officers,… Continue reading

El Chapo One of the World’s Most Notorious Drug Lord’s

Drug Lords Financing Burma’s Military Junta is Narco Miitarism

Ethics comes up again.  It is the number one issue in our world.  It is behind the world’s problems and it diverts resources away from where they are needed.  It is a wicked web that is woven.  Why does this happen? Disconnected humanity. The question is they don’t act alone, other… Continue reading

Noam Chomsky on The Drug War Industrial Complex

According to Chomsky education is the key to reducing drug usage.  I would say the same for awareness about corruption and so on.  When we look through the prism of REAL HOPE (responsibility, empathy, awareness, love, honesty, oneness, peace, enjoyment and service) rather than publishment or control, then creative possibilities can open up… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“God has no religion”