The Pharmacodynamics of Mefloquine

The psychological effects of Mefloquine are a nightmare, literally; every soldier I have spoken to talks about the Meflomares and how they knew it was fucking them up but not how exactly or who to tell about it. Mefloquine acts as a chemotherapeutic prophylactic agent against malaria, and stops the body from transporting adenosine diphosphate […]

Peer to peer ethical trade and human trafficking

The most frequently overlooked aspect of trafficking is the labour trade market, which forces people in conflict zones to find work through companies which extort them, and they mine things like rare minerals used to build cellphones and blood diamonds, depending on the area. The closer you get to the original source, the worse the […]

Waging Peace Part III

The invasion of my own life is going quite well actually; I spoke to a female leader about some of my ideas regarding energy divestment and peace brokering.  I explained what an Article 5 Decision was and how trafficking fits in with regards to fuel and energy. Personal problems have me overwhelmed though which is […]

Belgian Police Arrest 2 Suspected in New Years, ISIS-inspired terror plot

Belgian police arrest 2 suspected in New Years, ISIS-inspired terror plot Belgian authorities arrested two people on suspicion of being involved in an ISIS-inspired plot to attack “emblematic sites” in Brussels during New Year’s festivities, the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office said Thursday. The arrests are not linked to the deadly Nov. 13 terror attack in […]

Turkey deploying 30 percent of army in Syrian border clampdown Turkey is tightening security at its border with Syria. A fresco on a barracks building at the Köprübatı checkpoint, which overlooks radical Islamic State movement (ISIL) territory, is emblazoned with the watchwords: “This border is our honour, protected with our hearts and strength.” The First Border Battalion is responsible for fending off infiltrators, smugglers and ‘terrorists’

Turkey deploying 30 percent of army in Syrian border clampdown Turkey is tightening security at its border with Syria. A fresco on a barracks building at the Köprübatı checkpoint, which overlooks radical Islamic State movement (ISIL) territory, is emblazoned with the watchwords: “This border is our honour, protected with our hearts and strength.” The First […]

Election Day 

Today marks the end of a very long federal election campaign. Regardless of who wins, there will be changes. I hope that a revision of C-51 and efforts to improve cyber security and electronic warfare decence is part of that, as much as I hope consideration of mefloquine and its effects on our military personnel […]

Inside the Birdcage – October 4, 2015

I really, really need to stop being surprised by people.  Although, honestly, it is kind of nice to know that I can still be surprised. This week has brought us, among other things, the promise that if we vote for the Conservative Party, that it will lead to the development of a a “Barbaric cultural […]