Monthly Archives: December 2012

Shakespeare on Injustice or Justice Unequally Applied

“Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall: Some run from brakes of ice, and answer none: And some condemned for a fault alone.” (Measure For Measure, act 2, sc. 1) Comments. The US incarcerates more of its citizens … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on Law, its Administration and Imperialist Anarchy

“When law can do no right, let it be lawful that law bar no wrong” (King John act 3, sc. 1) Comments. This is the information that you will NOT find in the corporate media. In April 2011, the International … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on Class Distinction

“When beggars die, there are no comets seen; The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes” (Julius Caesar, act 2, sc. 2) Comments. When beggars die for sure there are no comets, but even when they live there are … Continue reading

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Shakespeare, Royal Pregnancies and the Tutoring of Stupidity by the Corporate Media

“ … thou, I fear, has given me cause to curse.” (Midsummer Night’s Dream, act 3, sc. 2) Comments. The announced pregnancy of Kate Middleton has triggered peaks of delight into the corporate media and associated establishment. My indifference to … Continue reading

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Shakespeare for Those who Complain about the Weather

“… entreat the north To make his bleak wind kiss my parched lips, And comfort me with cold – I do not ask you much, But beg cold comfort.” (King John, act 5, sc. 7) Comments. Apart from the oncoming … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Falsification of History (in the movie “Lincoln”)

 “…may his pernicious soul Rot half a grain a day! he lies to the heart” (Othello, act 5, sc. 2) Comments. Not Lincoln, but those who willingly falsify history. Steven Spielberg is one of the topmost masters of US propaganda … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on the Pleasure of Cursing (in Winter)

“Well could I curse away a winter’s night, Though standing naked on a mountain top, Where biting cold would never let grass grow, And think it but a minute spent in sport” (King Henry VI part 2, act 3, sc. … Continue reading

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