Monthly Archives: July 2014

RWANDAN WOMEN : Recognition long over-due

Much has been made of the fact that 64% of Rwanda’s parliament is made up women. True, a great achievement, but I am lost as to the surprise expressed by many. What should be a surprise is that this has … Continue reading

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IMMIGRANTS HAVE BUILT AMERICA: The thorny immigration issue

Since October, 2013 we are told that over 52,000 un-documented immigrants, mostly children, from Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua have entered the U.S. This has caused a lot of resentment in communities along the US-Mexican border, and wherever these kids have … Continue reading

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ZUMA IS NO MANDELA: Not by a long a shot

Yesterday was Nelson Mandela’s birthday. He would have turned 96. May he RIP. It was rumored that Madiba was not happy about the state of the Republic years after he left office, and specifically how President Jacob Zuma has been … Continue reading

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PALESTINE : Hear our cries

Israel’s sovereignty, integrity and security are not up for debate, nor should they ever be. Her existence must be defended, guaranteed, especially considering the fact that this tiny Jewish state is surrounded by more than 300 million enemies who are … Continue reading

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WHAT’S WITH FRANCE AND GENOCIDE?

During the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, there is no doubt that France actively tried to prop-up Habyarimana’s genocidal regime by providing arms, technical support as well as financial. They did not stop there, French troops fought alongside the Rwanda army … Continue reading

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