The Artist

“…if he is an artist, he will be compelled to make sacrifices which worldly people find absurd and unnecessary. In following the inner light he will inevitably choose… poverty. And, if he has in him the makings of a great artist, he may renounce everything, even his art.” – Henry Miller Disillusioned but alive, he saunters slowly through the haze of hysteria in an age of a pretentiousoutrage. He’s … Continue reading The Artist

Poem : Vaccination

They don’t care about the water, food, your well being, or the air you breathe.But I’m supposed to trust them wanting to vaccinate me.All these experiments they performed on civilians unknowingly.Years later after it’s exposed, you lucky to get a presidential apology.They cause the problem, then come with the solution.Avoid climate control debates, and world pollution.Started with Covid-19, now we have 12 different variants.To get … Continue reading Poem : Vaccination

The Maidan Massacre in Ukraine: Revelations from Trials and Investigation

Published by Ivan Katchanovski, Ph.D. School of Political Studies & Conflict Studies and Human Rights Program University of Ottawa MAR 8, 2022 Paper presented at the virtual 10th World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, August 3-8, 2021 Updated November 29, 2021 This study examines evidence revealed by the ongoing trial and government investigations concerning the Maidan … Continue reading The Maidan Massacre in Ukraine: Revelations from Trials and Investigation


by thealchemistspottery ABOUT THE AUTHOR Potter, abstract landscape painter, nature lover, sculptor, closet geek, gardener, foodie and outdoor enthusiast. “SEPARATED BY THE ACADIAN EXPULSION, EVANGELINE AND HER BETROTHED WOULD ONLY BE REUNITED IN THEIR OLD AGE WHEN GABRIEL, WHO WAS ALREADY VERY SICK, WOULD PERISH IN HER ARMS.” The Alchemist Studio Evangeline tells the tale of a great Acadian lovestory that is a part of the … Continue reading Evangeline

Joël Lightbound : The Biggest Move of His Career

February 8, 2022 “Liberal MP Joël Lightbound says his party’s COVID policy ‘stigmatizes and divides people’ ‘The tone and the policies of my government have changed drastically,’ Quebec MP says. Liberal Quebec MP Joël Lightbound says he’s uncomfortable with the federal government’s handling of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, saying its pandemic response has become “politicized” and “divisive.” Pointing to more than a dozen developed countries … Continue reading Joël Lightbound : The Biggest Move of His Career

You’re Painfully Alive in a Drugged and Dying Culture

Published by Erik Rittenberry “It’s a disease. Nobody thinks or feels or cares any more; nobody gets excited or believes in anything except their own comfortable little God damn mediocrity.” — Richard Yates It’s quiet here in the early dawn and no one’s around. Just the way I like it. I’m sitting on a bench, sipping black coffee on an old dock looking out over … Continue reading You’re Painfully Alive in a Drugged and Dying Culture