This blog talks about issues considered “of the world of mystery”. The definition of this certainly not unique concept wasn’t made by us, but by those who live off the “mystery”. For them, “the world of mystery” is a variegated, disjointed, complex and disorganized collection of motley topics: divination, supernatural powers, supernatural beings, baseless interpretations of history, superhuman powers, reports of violation of all laws of Physics, gods of any kind, magical cures and some other things that change with the downwind, and have no rigor whatsoever.
When it comes to free speech, Bill Maher gets it:
Pat Condell calls it when he sees it:
Despite the terrorist attack, the weekly Charlie Hebdo lives, and its defense of freedom of expression will not bow to intimidation and bullying (the cowardice of Western governments and press notwithstanding, which makes their courage even more praiseworthy).
The magazine comes out tomorrow (number 1178), and this will be its cover:
We’re one week into 2015 and freethought in France is already threatened by Islam, now with a shooting at the headquarters of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo: