Catch 22 – Joseph Heller

Catch 22 by Joseph Heller On the Italian island of Pianosa, close to the end of the Second World War, US air-force captain Yossarian is desperate to be grounded. He’s become convinced that the next bomb raid he undertakes will be the one that kills him. He’s not alone in this. Most of the saner […]

Far-right Extremism In The USA

There has much discussion of late concerning the emergence of the far right in the USA as a force to be reckoned with. Sadly, it would appear that this political position has always been to the fore in US politics, but under various guises that made it less noticeable. The US military and agencies such […]

The Empire Files – Trump’s Expansion of The US Empire

Originally posted on Rebel Voice:
There should be no doubts, at least among those with a clear understanding of global politics, that the United States of America is an Empire. It has every indicator of this political state and shows no signs of stopping its current path of attempted global domination. Many analysts and commentators…

Wikileaks – Why The World Should Be Grateful To This Truth Site

Julian Assange has been arrested by the UK Metropolitan Police today, Thursday, 11th April. This action was carried out at the invitation of the government of Ecuador who removed his immunity. The President of Ecuador, Lenín Moreno, is widely considered to be a puppet of the US Federal regime. He revoked Assange‘s diplomatic protection stating […]

US Empire Expanding Its Global Ambitions

It’s unfortunate that Rebel Voice feels it necessary to highlight the growing but consistent imperialism as perpetrated by the US Empire. Although the US got off to a bad start as a nation, built upon ethnic cleansing and genocide as it was, it could eventually have proved a role model for democracy and progressive society. […]

Dick Gaughan – The Father’s Song

Dick Gaughan is not only a Scottish folk hero, he’s a global folk sensation. His performances will send shivers of the best kind down your spine. The lyrics to his songs speak of everyday trials and dreams. The Father’s Song is a beautiful critique of the world as it really is. This is a true […]