Someone said “You can't be a hero without being a coward.” Heroes only exist because they hide their flaws or you ignore them because of your own ideological bias.
Just like concepts are more than just a word, people are more than just a label. At least since we are supposed to be equal... let’s be on the same page on what was done in the past though!
Women were, are and will always be our equal. Or at least they should have been treated that way from the beginning of time. The XIVth amendment of the Constitution was written in an attempt to bring rights and protections to more people. And still, Congress didn’t see a problem in writing “But … Continue reading We, men, have to support equality with women
Most of us enjoyed our Thanksgiving break last week with our family and friends. Whatever we did and ate, this celebration is a very important one in our hearts. And there are a lot of misconceptions about it. I think a reminder on the real meaning of Thanksgiving is needed. As well as … Continue reading No Thanks Given
When I was younger, I was asked by my parents if I wanted to go through with the Catholic “Confirmation”, the last step to seal your belief with the Catholic Church. I was baptized (thrown into water considered Holy because some guy made a Cross over it) when I was a few months. … Continue reading Shame On The Fearful
All of my posts to date have something in common. They relate to some kind of ideology or belief. Veganism, Racism, Human Singularity, Climate Change Denial. These issues involve a fight between knowledge and ideology. Between belief and fact. Belief and Ideology are the enemies of reason. Yet, facts can be analyzed in … Continue reading Belief and Ideology : The hard truth behind easy believism
The federal government spends far more money in Defence expenses than in Education. It seems more important to kill the “enemies of Freedom” than to teach what Freedom means to your own citizens.
Writing my previous article about the feeling of superiority of vegans made me think about this ideology that is speciesism. I had a vague idea of what it was. Writing my second article about “The West” feeling of superiority made me think of the broader feeling of uniqueness that humans have compared to animals. I … Continue reading Putting the Human back where he belongs
I wrote this in June 2016 after the attack and the death of 49 Americans in a Gay Club in Florida. I think it still stands and wanted to share it. Should we consider that ISIS is at war against gays and lesbians? Of course, they are. They have been for a while when we … Continue reading Of Monsters and Blame
Isn’t eating animals a more natural thing than driving over them?