3 thoughts on “peaceblogs

  1. Robert

    Speaking of war/peace blogs, The Australian has a piece on them in its Media liftout today, in which a certain Jill Walker is quoted… [click and scroll down]

  2. Nostradamus

    The problem with both ‘peace’ & ‘war’ blogs is their tendencies to “know” in advance what is “right/wrong”, thus enabling them to filter everything subconsciously through their personal blinkers. God may be dead; but s/he lives on in a host of new non-theistic faiths.

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