How we should have approached things “Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.” – Desmond Tutu This is why we study history Timeline courtesy of Nemo. We may have went overboard the moral political indoctrination. Some would call it a “brutal education” in and of itself. The content was clouded by the method. There exist... Continue Reading →
An Introduction With an insight on major themes of the detachment of public opinion through a psychological lens, we now take a look at the same motifs prevalent on the Eastern Front of World War II, specifically Japan. In the general time span of half a century, Japan has undergone a physical, spiritual, and cultural... Continue Reading →
A bullet outline for the debate of how fake news stories kicked off one of the most pointless wars in the history of mankind.
While I disagree with my given stance, this was the position given to me to argue, so I had to take it. I like arguing the on the losing side anyway; it's much more exciting and fresh. In any case, since each side of the debate is made up of a team of two people,... Continue Reading →
This article is going to be rather succinct as I would rather interpret the given facts. I'm going to borrow and elaborate on an idea a friend of mine had. She said that perhaps United States President Donald Trump launched airstrikes on Russian airbases in Syria because he instead decided to become some sort of... Continue Reading →