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London’s Burning: A Fool’s Hopeless Speculation

August 9, 2011


Scenes of destruction in Tottenham and other outskirts of London have shocked the British public this week. Naturally the riots in London and the Midlands have been at the center of attention in all news outlets. Upon reading, I saw the words: “YOUTHS” and “RIOTS” used in conjunction with worrying banal usage and I despaired. Why do they […]

Norway and Libya: Reactionary Acts to Change

July 26, 2011


“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing”                        -Edmund Burke The wisdom this quote contains is timeless and knows no geographical boundaries, yet like everything, it can be contorted, twisted and used to justify evil causes. Nothing in […]

LULZSEC: What Actually Transpired

July 20, 2011


LulzSec Put your hand up if you have heard of them. (Did you put your hand up?) Most people know of them but most news agencies provide disjointed, apathetic reports. Lulz Security is an association of six (or so) hackers, all with unique skills who expose flaws in internet security for laughs. Thier motto is: “Laughing at […]

Badaffi: Gadaffi Wanted by the ICC

June 28, 2011


Thousands dead, a nation divided, assistance provided, but is the Libya conflict nearing a conclusion? The International Criminal Court have issued a warrant for Muammar Gaddafi after accusations of crimes against humanity. The Gaddafi regime have assaulted large numbers of civilians in order to quell the four month uprising. Here is the warrant: . […]

Greece is the Turd

June 24, 2011


Pythagoras, Heraclitus, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle. All were great men who flourished in arguably the greatest, most enlightened empire the world has seen. Greece as a nation is in a hole, a deep hole, or is it up a creek without a paddle? Use whatever analogies you want, the Greek population will be eating Aldi discount beans… cold […]

“Swine Barricade Project”: The Key to Peace in the Middle East

June 8, 2011


Israel Vs Palestine. A classic encounter and a never-ending war. Sounds grim. That’s because it is…  The issues are deep and troubling, so complicated and intricate with so many warring factions that peace seems impossible. WELL SCREW THAT. Lets talks in layman’s terms shall we? How do children become friends? They find a common ground, be that […]