Afghan War Diaries Explorer

Searching for: Truth is an independently produced website which provides an easy way to search through the Afghan War Diaries, which were made public by Wikileaks on 25th July 2010. The documents are a set of over 76,000 reports (with more coming in the future) which cover the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2009. Read More; More.

   What men want

(but are afraid to ask for)


He can be awkward. Words may fail him. But he likes to think you know how much he loves you. He does. You can see it in his attitude, feel it in his silences. Sex, and more sex? Of course not. Men’s desires are way more complex than that! Here are 20 things that men want but don’t dare to say, either because there are too shy, modest or proud; Read more.


Some say that justice is blind. Others, deaf and mute. The majority, there is no justice in this valley of tears. The more that the laws are to jump. But the judges, there are, you legislate laws, no matter what laws are wise or foolish: it would seem that what is a question of banning things left and right. We will not judge their Lordships nor to question its graceful authority. Nothing was further from our intention. Simply, with your permission, we will summarize some of the wildest sex laws in the world; For example: In the United States of America, oral sex is prohibited in 18 states.Read More.

      They discover new flavours,textures,aspects....

According to the most prestigious list are the chefs of the ten best restaurants in the world. And, yes, four are Spanish. Not only do the best cuisine in the world, moreover, above all, create new paths. Although El Bulli has been lowered one notch, Spanish remains the most important kitchen with four of the ten elected. Read More.

          Turkey issues fatwa over tattoos

Turkey's top religious body has urged Muslims unable to remove their tattoos to beg God for forgiveness, the latest intervention in a growing controversy over body art in the country. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who critics accuse of seeking to impose a creeping Islamisation on the country, has repeatedly made clear his belief that tattoos are harmful and immoral. "A person with a tattoo should remove it, if possible. He/she should repent to God if the tattoo cannot be removed," Turkey's Religious Affairs Directorate, known as Diyanet in Turkish, said in a fatwa (a religious ruling) on Friday: Read more.


                               Chinese babies are hidden

   As many as three million Chinese babies are hidden by their parents every year in order to get around the country’s one-child policy, a researcher has discovered.  "I am the biggest offender against the one-child policy in    China!" laughed Fu Yang, a wiry and energetic 47-year old man, as he    fidgeted and poured tea. "I had seven daughters in just ten years."Mr Fu    and his rather more reserved wife are among the millions of Chinese parents who risk threats, fines and even imprisonment in orde to defy the    country's one-child policy. The couple, who now live a prosperous life in a   small village outside the southern city of Xiamen, have had to flee across    three provinces and hide their children with friends in the past. Read More.

           In one ear and out the other

It’s not your fault if you can’t remember people’s names.Once, at a party, I was introduced to a friend of a friend. We shook hands, I told her my name, she told me hers. Then she did something that I was ever so grateful for.“Hang on,” she said. “Can you say your name again? I wasn’t really listening.” She saved me from having to later—possibly even at the same party—sheepishly admit that I, too, had already forgotten her name; Read More.

Formal wear elicits feelings of power

Clothes, it appears, make the man perceive the world differently. A new study looks specifically at how formal attire changes people's thought processes. “Putting on formal clothes makes us feel powerful, and that changes the basic way we see the world,”. As casual attire becomes the norm in a growing number of workplaces, it would seem that the symbolic power of the suit will erode in coming years.

What really happend.


Religion, comprises a system of wishful illusions together with a disavowal of reality, such as we find in an isolated form nowhere else but in amentia, in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion. Sigmund Freud.

Quite a few people have asked why I put this page together. They argue that even if I am correct, and that there are no gods, what can the harm be in letting others believe in gods and goddesses.  My answer is that I have no problem with people believing what they want, so long as their beliefs are NOT used as an excuse to inflict harm upon others, extract wealth from them, enslave them, or to justify wars. My problem is with organizations created solely to exploit myths and beliefs for wealth and commercial power. History proves that religion is a tool of human enslavement. I am not anti god (for one can hardly oppose something which does not exist). I simply wish to set people free from all forms of oppression and exploitation.   The ruling elite loves a population trained from birth to confuse beliefs with the real world. It is much easier to rule a population, pillage them with taxes, or send them off to fight a war, if the ruler is not required to prove the reality of his or her propositions and statements. This is why, since the dawn of civilizations, governments encourage their people to be ruled by beliefs and not by reason. It takes chains of steel to enslave a rational human, but all the rest may be enslaved by a belief. 

We, on our side, are praying to Him to give us victory, because we believe we are right; but those on the other side pray to Him, too, for victory, believing they are right. What must He think of us?  Abraham Lincoln. Read More.

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