Category Archives: Africa

Tutu is retiring

South African priest and human rights activist Desmond Tutu is finally retired. “In the end the perpetrators of injustice or oppression, the ones who strut the stage of the world often seemingly unbeatable – there is no doubt at all … Continue reading

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I want to be a pirate too

Everybody loves a pirate, or at least the thought of being a pirate, right? The fierce swordplay, the crazy unimaginable things that lurk beneath cold waves, and the idea of a skull and crossbones as a major fashion statement and … Continue reading

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Louis CK “Everything’s amazing, nobody’s happy”

Louis C K was visiting Conan O’Brian some weeks ago talking about that we might need some of the problems with our economy that we have now. I think he’s on to something here. This is extremely apparent when it … Continue reading

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Free Dawit, Eritrea!

Free the Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak! It’s been 7 years now and there is still no hope in sight. The Muslim dictatorship of Eritrea doesn’t seem to be able to reason with. Dawit didn’t do anything wrong, except doing his … Continue reading

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Sweden prolonged Zimbabwean dictatorship and totalitarianism

Things are quickly changing towards the better in Zimbabwe. Tomorrow, MAYBE Mugabe will sign a treaty with the opposition for democracy in order to end his reign of terror over his home country. Mugabe, who ruled his country with an … Continue reading

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Rice in Libya

Condi’s going to Libya to present the brutal dictator Gadhafi with her visit. I think that is extremely bad news, especially because I believe that we have to create a union for democracies AGAINST dictatorships. At present we have the … Continue reading

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According to the most recent estimates, there are around 100,000 western lowland gorillas left in Africa. But logging, the spread of diseases such as Ebola and the illegal trade in ape meat has seen numbers plummet. Gladly, more than 100,000 … Continue reading

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