A walk through Hiroshima, Japan’s atomic city. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.
Black Pigeon Speaks explores how Paris has attempted to grapple with two conflicting demands: Providing more affordable housing while also steadfastly protecting its architectural traditions and older monuments and buildings. Can Paris survive as a boutique city? What about parasite housing? Can it solve the dilemma. Other cities around the world, including San Francisco and Tokyo, are facing similar quandaries.
Jesus as portrayed in the Islamic religious tome the Koran is far different than the Jesus seen in the Christian teachings of The Bible. What, exactly, are the differences? How did they originate? Which version stands out for being more trustworthy? Black Pigeon Speaks delves into this theological mystery.
Equality is the sum of societal destruction. So argues Black Pigeon Speaks in this look at rising inequalities as the alleged democratic government of the United States teeters on the brink of collapse. Will we descend into full-scale communism? What does the future hold?
Are humans a genetically engineered species? Are we the equivalent of wind-up dolls with computer brains? What possible role could science play in our creation? More from Black Pigeon Speaks.
In Tokyo, butoh street performers stage intricate dance shows. The performers are semi-nude, but wear thongs.Their faces are slathered with gold or white paint. This is a Bitchute exclusive from Black Pigeon Speaks, a Canadian who lives much of the time in Japan.
While Black Pigeon Speaks makes some of the best political diatribes anywhere in the world, we also admire his softer reflections while wandering the streets in lands far from his native Canada. Here, he takes a walking tour in Tokyo, one of the world’s most exotic cities, surveying the businesses, the people, the architecture, the traffic and other features of life from Haraujuku to Shibuya. Japanese youth culture and fashion are much on display in Harajuku, while Shibuya is home to Tokyo’s most bustling commercial and financial districts, with some of the world’s busiest train stations.
Leftists like to cite Timothy McVeigh as an example of a Christian terrorist. McVeigh had been raised as a Roman Catholic and had attended church regularly. But when he blew up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, there’s absolutely no proof he did so in the name of Christianity. So the Leftists are really pushing a false equivalency and making up excuses for the world’s biggest terrorist scourge — Islamic terrorists. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.