One wonders where the world would be if we had no TV’s, internet or the paper press. I guess we would still be hunting for ivory, picking raw guavas in the Amazon or maybe smoking sausages in the Congo. The dark ages are times when men were governed by blood and debt, where morals was […]Read More Medianization
There is a growing threat of violence against Humanitarian workers across the globe on field missions and especially in the African region. From 2011 to 2016, there has been over 900 grave incidents of kidnappings, injury and deaths on humanitarian workers across Africa, with 282 deaths of Humanitarian workers in Africa who have been killed […]Read More In Touch With Numbers: Humanitarian Aid Dilemma
For Kenya and its counter-terrorism partners to defeat and edge out extremism in the Horn of Africa region. It must ensure its core strategy is winning the hearts and mind of its constituents. The blue print for a lasting counter-terrorism strategy is through influencing and resonating with the deeper identity and patriotism of its constituents. […]Read More Kenya’s Winning Counter-Terrorism Strategy
A review of violent events involving militant Islamist groups in Africa over the past year highlights several notable observations: Fatalities caused by Boko Haram dropped by 70 percent between 2015 and 2016 (from 11,519 to 3,499). This has led to a decline in the total number of fatalities caused by militant Islamist groups in Africa, […]Read More Islamic Militancy in Africa
Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujaahidiin (Al-Shabaab) remains the most immediate threat to peace and security in Somalia. Contrary to prevailing narratives of successful counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism efforts, the UN Monitoring Group assessed that the security situation has not improved in Somalia during the current mandate. Al-Shabaab has retained the operational capacity to launch large-scale attacks against African […]Read More United Nation Security Council Report on Al-Shabaab
The bombing of civilians by the Syrian tanks remains an ellipsis of facts. Yet the bombing evinced a ferocity unparalleled in recent times. In spite of the outcry and public dismay, it should have become obvious, because of the number of civilian casualties routinely reported per day, the tonnage of rockets dropped, the scorched earth […]Read More Assad Syrian War Savagery
I guess we’ll just agree to disagree regarding either the ban of adoption by Russia is justifiable or not, but what I find so interesting is that it’s more than just a political game. There is so much more to this story that media and other rights groups are not addressing. Adoptive families should have […]Read More Politics, States and Babies
When are republicans going to learn? The reason you lost the election is the reason you will continue to lose elections, because you cater to the elite, the ultra rich, and people who pretend to be Christian. Quit catering to the super rich, quit catering to millionaires and billionaires, quit catering to people who promote […]Read More The Coming “Civil” War!
September 11, 2001, brought in a new age of challenges to America’s supreme rule and power. The challenges in this struggle stretch around the world, they run from the most remote regions of Waziristan, Kismayu to Hawaii America keeps on getting hit hard with blows of challenges, now a mega storm ‘Sandy’ has landed on […]Read More War on ‘Sandy’
I watched and listened to the Romney, Obama, Biden and Ryan debate which I described as an admirable mixture of brilliant personality, philosophizing, incisive and factual content with a bit of satire and thought that the ending was too pretentious for the general public. First of all the debate covered on various wide range of […]Read More Schizophrenic Debates
Kenya Defense Forces With the major justifications for the KDF led invasion of Somalia and supposed possession of towns and port of Kismayo that tied to the terrorist Al-Shabaab. there still questions that arise as to what actually motivated the Kenya Defense Force to take on the problematic task of conquering Somalia upheavals after all […]Read More Bullets,Bombs and Silence
As the spiral of violence in Syria continues, a question merits serious consideration: Far from being part of a possible solution, isn’t President Bashar al-Assad now at the core of the country’s problems? Even Russia, which has dragged its feet in support of the despot, no longer seems as certain in its assessment of al-Assad’s […]Read More Syrious: Assad’s dangerous fantasy world
On February 19, 2004, Azerbaijani Army Lieutenant Ramil Safarov took an axe and bludgeoned to death Gurgen Margaryan, an officer in the Armenian army who was asleep at the Budapest military academy where they were attending English-language courses organised by NATO. After nearly decapitating Margaryan, Safarov stabbed his corpse repeatedly in the chest. Safarov was […]Read More The Axe Murderer
The good thing about politics is that there is no good that comes out of it, in Libya especially when Moammar Gaddafi was the life president of Libya (as he used to claim to be), all was good, no conflicts, no violence, no economic recession, no energy problems in fact no Terrorist (Al-Qaeda) I mean […]Read More The Good Dictator
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Do you want to see or experience real physical racialistic discrimination and violence in 2012 modern age? I guess not, because if you are a football fanatic and you seriously love the game like I do love pancakes, but you happen not to be pure bred white dude then you better not buy yourself a […]Read More Poland: Republic of Skinheads
Wait a minute Obama are you nuts I mean how in the freaking republic were you thinking coming up with such a barbaric decision I mean not to be considered homophobic but come on people I think Obama has just crossed the police line. I mean if this is Politics I better stay out of […]Read More Obamination
It’s been a long time since I last wrote down my last post I know I maybe procrastinating too much on when I was to inject some steroids into this blog and yet my attention got shifted to a steroid mate who has been hitting the news in the last four months or so, this […]Read More A sad Syria
One wonders where the world would be if we had no TV’s, internet or the paper press, I guess we would still be hunting wild Boers and picking raw guavas in the Amazon or maybe smoking sausages in the Congo. The dark ages are times when men knew nothing but blood and debt, where paranoia […]Read More Media Heresy
Maybe all what we need is good dictators to run our states or a bunch of literate army officers who know a thing or two about human rights, maybe we should all pledge our allegiance to the papacy oh the good old days when men dined with kings, boys slept with swords and queens wore […]Read More Worldless Hustle
Foreign aid has been questioned by many scholars as being either a proxy for states self interest or being a tool of diplomacy motivated by the need to preserve human dignity but mainly as the majority sees it as being merely a means for dominant states to continue exploitation of developing countries, a way for […]Read More Foreign Aid or Aids
Today it looks like everyone wants an office job with all the tech toys, no hassle, no dirt and a stack of office rules and regulation to make them cosy and no sweat on the job. Where I live an older guy just retired he had apprenticed in Europe to recover household goods furniture. Seven […]Read More Colossal Social Failure
It would take some guts; perhaps more nerve than this blogger possesses, to respond to this question in the negative. This idea of the Palestinians to seek statehood is rather absurd, wait a minute the Palestine’s assume that their quest can or would be conceived of as being martyrs of Islamic liberation of Zionism; this […]Read More Expelled from Gaza!
STATE OF COLD WAR: ESPIONAGE AT WORK This post will shortly attempt this difficult but important task with the humble understanding that the full story is impossible to know and tell even for the very contributors of the practice. Nevertheless, in this investigation, the author will explore the role of espionage in international relations during […]Read More Diplomacy goes Shtoink!
Following the recent riots in Britain which was apparently caused by a broken and sick culture of the British lads. David Cameron who had left the country for only two days on holiday leaving his trusted colleague Nick Clegg to run the kingdom….. but that didn’t work out so well for Clegg…. the great United […]Read More Chinese were Right!
DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AND TANKS As the Arab spring rages on, claiming a terrible toll of death and destruction of people and infrastructure, with complete and total displacement of people. While it’s easier to point out that it is typical of Arabs to make noise about almost anything or it is certainly another Arab […]Read More Arab Spring
Private military firms or Mercenaries, whatever you may wish to call them are they really the best alternative to United Nation peacekeeping forces? well, the answer may vary depending on your level of ethical literacy if you know what I mean, although it might seem like a simple task, no one as yet been able […]Read More Private Armies
The society we create is not worth the bones and blood of a single politician. It is ironic, then, that politics is responsible for igniting a conflict with fatal consequences for chaos and disorder in the world. There has long been a cottage sector of Islamic historians who try to allocate blame for the outbreak […]Read More Islamitics