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Cogitations

Beyond Indifference

By David Cromwell There is an intense feeling that we all experience during our best moments that life has meaning; that it is priceless, and filled with immense potential. The seventeenth century French philosopher Blaise
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Alerts

CRUSHING FALLUJA – PART 2

Target Rich Slums Sniping specialists say of Falluja that there may not have been such a “target rich” battlefield for that kind of killing since the World War II battle for Stalingrad. The Los Angeles
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Cogitations

Rejecting The Virtue Of Suffering

By David Edwards Truly, Madly, Deeply – Above All Madly British people are not good at happiness. According to research published in 2002, around one-third of British people suffer from serious depression at any one
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CRUSHING FALLUJA – PART 1

On April 10, details emerged from aid agencies and hospital sources that fully 600 Iraqis had been killed and 1700 injured in Falluja, many of them civilians. From the smashed slums of the city, Aljazeera
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Alerts

THE GUARDIAN’S SPARK EDITOR RESPONDS

On April 6, we published a Media Alert, ‘Rolling Deeply In The Dust’. We discussed how, despite its professed “idealism”, the Guardian’s new Spark magazine appeared to be primarily designed as a vehicle for attracting
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ROLLING DEEPLY IN THE DUST

The Guardian Media Group, Spark Magazine And Toyota The corporate response to the corporate destruction of the environment for profit has been to invest a small portion of the spoils in creating a veneer of