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Mar.08.2012
I would like to tell you something about my time as a published author; setting objectives as an author has not been easy for me or anybody else who dreams about being an author. I’m not speaking for anybody else, but me.   Remember that obstacles are forces that make you grow; it’s the way...
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Mar.08.2012
At this moment, I sometimes don’t understand Africa and our mentality. Before you come up with all sorts of comments against me, give me a chance to explain my case.  I guess it’s nothing new, may be it is for some of you, but what’s my point here? I cannot understand that we’re spending our...
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Aug.10.2011
  The violence in London and the rest of the England is unbearable; I don't understand why many young people from different communities would make a choice to waste their energy in such negative things. The people who are paying are people who have lost their livelihoods, and the insurance firms...
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May.30.2011
It is clearly naïve to believe that the revolution in both North Africa and the Middle East will result to democratic reforms. The term spring of nation was upheld in Europe in the late 1840s, and in France, the revolution against the monarchy led to free elections. All of this that happening in...
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May.27.2011
As you have noticed, multiculturalism has failed in every Western society because many young men and women from Islamic backgrounds fail to embrace secular values and the culture of countries that host them. They find it difficult to identify with Western societies because the elite, schools,...
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May.27.2011
We know what happens when evil goes unchecked; we know what happens when we ignore its signs emerging from people who have desires to promote ideologies of hate. Genocide is the world’s most inhumane crime and I don’t know what goes on other people’s minds when they decide to kill someone because...
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May.24.2011
Israel is the only Western democracy in the Middle East. It is the only country in the region where women, minorities, children and the majority have the rights. When the ambassador of Israel says that he is guardedly optimistic about the circumstances that are occurring in both North Africa and...
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May.23.2011
Since, the 11th September 2001, Western governments, the media, secret services, the armies and even the United Nations have put our nations in danger to a point where political correctness has become out of control. The problem with political correctness is when it is out control, it restrains our...
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May.21.2011
It is time for us Africans and our leaders to stop blaming colonization for our problems. Our continent has many fold problems of which we are able to solve on our own, if we stop complaining about what happened in the past and make a choice to move forward. In my opinion, I don’t think Africa is...
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May.10.2011
 Sometimes, I wonder if leaders who have our best interests in mind. Sometimes, I worry if our leaders care about creating jobs for us in our respective home countries, instead of moving them to countries like: China, Pakistan, India etc. Our Western weak leaders claim that it’s about globalization...
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Dec.07.2010
Thilo Sarrazin was a leading member of the German Contralbank. He has been under fire for his anti-Semitic remarks on Jews. Personally, I understand that Jews were offended by his remarks because he should have had used his common sense, when he made a decision to write a book about Germany being...
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Nov.21.2010
Liberals make an excuse by saying that it takes more than two years to fix eight years worth of mess. They also claim that Obama cannot do everything on his own and that he can only do what the Congress is willing to want him to do. Of course the USA is not a dictatorship, but Obama made promised...
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Nov.21.2010
Freedom of expression is what made the Western world the civilized world. In countries, where free speech is valued, citizens are citizens that express their thoughts and opinions, without being persecuted or jailed. While in countries, where there is no free speech, people are not treated like...
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Sep.09.2010
Justin Bieber’s success began when he became I pop sensation, in 2009.Biber posted videos, which his mother posted on Youtube and he has a large number of fans who like what they saw about him and his songs. His mania began when his new album My World 2.0 was released. Many people are still...
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Sep.04.2010
There still lots children who are sexually abused by the Catholic clergy, in Northern Ireland and other parts of the world. It makes me sick in my stomach that Cardinal Shean Brady is so arrogant at such a level, that he even chooses to cover up the crimes. The question, which is in my mind is does...
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