RACE IS NOT AS POWERFUL AS THE HATE BEHIND IT – Remove Race Out Of Every Instance or Act And Hate Loses Its Power FIRST, let me start by saying that ALL LIVES MATTER even BLACK LIVES. The divisiveness regarding whose lives matter more is obviously destructive and counter-intuitive. The issues as I see […]
There is no secret that China is currently looking for alternative means to grow its economy and sustain itself for generations to come just as General Mao attempted in 1957. He believed that the State and not market forces should dictate how the country is managed. During his tenure General Mao initiated the Great Leap […]
The success of the Marvel Comic movie “Black Panther” has revived deep hidden ideas about race and its place in the entertainment industry. It is my opinion that those misplaced ideologies lead to the movie industry’s failure to capitalize on the success of Black Panther via corporate sponsorships. For example, prior to the release of […]
The cost of human suffrage is well documented and unfortunately all too common. It continues today in forms that should be banned and eradicated, specifically in South East Africa. It is believed that the body parts of individuals who have albinism will bring wealth, happiness and good luck to those who ingest them. http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/07/africa/africa-albino-hunted-bones-malawi/index.html In […]
China and the U.S. are among some of the countries vying to secure a stake in Africa’s natural resources, but each of those States are employing very different methods to achieve its goal. China has a See No Evil Still See No Evil Policy regarding corruption in African States and conditions its aid assistance on a quid pro quo basis. In exchange for favorable terms regarding Aid, Greenfield Investments and trade deals coupled with the sale/extraction of natural resources, China gives African State unrestricted monies to use or do with it as it sees fit.
Providing quality education to all children is not just a moral obligation, but an economic necessity. This is both the civil rights issue of our generation and the economic foundation of our future. Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education. That quote was noted in an article written by Fikadu Nigussa, Addis Fortune, entitled “Ethiopia: Children Pay […]
Egypt gets 95% of its water from the Blue Nile, which is one of two major tributaries of the Nile River. The Other major tributary is the White River which originates in Uganda. Egypt is concerned that the diversion of that water via a Dam will affect the flow of the Nile River water to Egypt, which it disparately needs to sustain itself. The Dam is 20% complete and is expected to cost $4.2 billion to complete. Ethiopia states that it needs that Dam to help generate the necessary hydropower to grow its economy.