Archive for November 1st, 2022


Against Nationalism

Human Wrongs Watch

By John Scales Avery, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service*

A Book Announcement

I would like to announce the publication of a new book, which may be downloaded and circulated free of charge from the following link:

A Dangerous Anachronism


John Scales Avery

Today, in an era of all-destroying nuclear weapons, instantaneous global communication and worldwide economic interdependence, nationalism has become a dangerous anachronism.

History, as it is taught today, is centered on the country where it is being taught. Our own country is the most important. Our own country is always in the right, according to nationalist historians. Patriotic soldiers and generals are exalted. It is sweet and noble to die for one’s country.

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A Tale of Cities

Human Wrongs Watch


Credit: United Nations

Every day she hesitates to go to school, tries different routes on the public bus, walks miles in the hot sun, to avoid the sexual harassment that has become a daily occurrence in public spaces.

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How Europe Has Navigated Its Energy Crises

Human Wrongs Watch

John P. Ruehl | Globetrotter – TRANSCEND Media Service*

A multifaceted response from Europe has so far prevented its energy woes from creating widespread social and economic destabilization. But with winter approaching, the crisis is far from over and risks are getting worse.


John P. Ruehl

While European energy prices have eased slightly in recent months, stress continues to build across a continent that has long been dependent on access to cheap Russian energy.

Protests related to high energy costs have been held from Belgium to the Czech Republic in Europe. Fuel shortages have led to long queues to buy petrol at gas stations in France. The Don’t Pay UK movement has urged British citizens to enter a “bill strike” by refusing to pay energy bills until gas and electricity prices are reduced to an “affordable level.”

Europe’s remarkably high energy prices have also fueled climate change protests across the continent.

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