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Watch: Oliver Stone’s Ukraine on Fire

Oliver Stone is a paragon of film activism. Former Marine radicalized by The JFK assassination. Stone won his first academy award in 1978 and since then he’s been a leader in films showing the horrors of war and the corruptions of power. His most recent film has received the acclaim of being taken down from YouTube. While he is left, ... Read More »

#SFTC Statement on Ukrainian Crisis

We here at #SFTC decry war in any form and therefore in response to the Russian Federation invasion of the Ukraine we urge President Zelenski to surrender and step down. National sovereignty is not worth nuclear attack from a security council member. Molotov cocktails will not protect anyone and this is not a movie about the Alamo. We also urge ... Read More »

Reckoning of the Hacker Martyr

It’s been over a week since the announcement that Julian Assange will be extradited to the US to be charged for espionage against a country he doesn’t have citizenship in. Assange is being indicted under The Espionage Act but the charges rely on conspiracy the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Originally used to prove collusion between organized crime ... Read More »

War is for Suckers & Losers

In the closing scene of The Godfather Michael Corleone announces that he’s enlisted in the Marines and his brother says to him: “…only saps risk their lives for strangers.” You only die for your family. My conclusion after my enlistment is that war ends when we run out of young men to send to war. Cultures have always pondered as to ... Read More »

Canceling Radical Evil

photo credit: http://www.epictop10.com/ We here at SFTC are a product of cancel culture.   We were canceled early on when Google took away our advertising in 2011 because we were criticizing the police and financial sector. Facebook is presently canceling on us by not allowing us to promote articles that are critical of the police or might influence the November ... Read More »

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