The deadly mistakes with antibiotics that led me to the perfect natural solution against pathogenic lifeforms.
We’ve been trying to cure cancer for a century, with ever-worsening odds. Lately, the odds are akin to that of Russian roulette. At the beginning of the last century the odds were one in 20. Today, one in every two men and one in every three women will get cancer. That’s over 18 million new cancer cases […]
Published in TruthOut, Nation Of Change I was a shivering in bed on my first night in Mogadishu. At 3:30 am, I killed the air conditioner. Moments later, the room felt stuffier than a London subway. I got up and paced around, wondering if it was safe to keep the balcony door open. A few […]
Published in shorter form in TruthOut and (full length) in Nation Of Change. It’s the night of the Greek referendum, a landmark affair that could determine the future of Greece. Locals have gathered in Athens to feast on roasted corncobs, souvlakis, and socialize. No Molotov cocktails, no anarchists, not even so much as a scuffle. The […]
Published in NationOfChange The psychological and neurological foundation of why mostly “normal” people go postal. We will murder 38 people today in America. Over half of them will be family, friends, lovers, or acquaintances. Wives will shoot husbands. Boyfriends will strangle girlfriends. Parents will snuff out their kids. Teenage sons will stab their fathers. Only […]
Published in HoneyColony, NationOfChange, Disinfo The 20th century medical revolution messed up in at least one regard. Instead of wiping out disease, it created a new generation of antibiotic resistant bacteria that cannot be treated. Some doctors talk about the return to the Middle Ages while others barely acknowledge the threat. The real problem stems from how we perceived […]
Published in Truth-Out, Nation Of Change, OpenDemocracy, DisInfo It’s Monday morning and you’re preparing your first cup of coffee when the tanks roll into your neighborhood. Phone lines are cut, curfew is activated, and doors are broken down. You sigh. It’s another “cleanout day” in the not too distant future. The War On Terror has […]
I first saw Alain Siritzky at the Carlton Hotel bar during the 1996 Cannes Film Festival after my partner pointed him out. “That dude made Emmanuelle,” my partner said. I could only spot the back of a gleaming scalp peeking over a red couch. I’d been pitching documentary projects (rather desperately) without sleep for the […]