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West’s support for China protests shows USA leads a prison planet of western hypocrites

While Russia is the undisputed leader of today's world of independent nations, USA has only qualified itself as leader of a decaying three dimensional prison planet of western nations in hypocrisy and double standards.

The old world is over: Russia has buried it.

New centers of power have emerged, the unipolar world order isn’t coming back, and the colonial way of thinking has failed, says Russian President Vladimir Putin. The old world is over: Key takeaways...

Can a United States administration ever probe CIA murders in Africa?

That foreign government intelligence agencies have routinely meddled in Africa by murdering citizens and enforcing regime changes to sustain their corrupt allies is common knowledge. Yet how would the alleged 'killing' of Ghana's Rawlings by CIA...

Chad: Does Idriss Deby’s death halt three decades of sit tight regime?

Ironically President Deby who died in battle with rebel forces after winning a supposedly democratic presidential election is being replaced by his son a military general of the Chadian armed forces.

DR Congo waking up to AstraZeneca death jab?

Several African countries have banned the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, citing possible side effects. The move follows similar measures by European states. African countries temporarily suspend AstraZeneca vaccine

Africa Hasn’t Kickstarted Its Renewable Energy Boom – Here’s Why

Why Africa Hasn't Kickstarted Its Renewable Energy Boom by Irina Slav - OilPrice.com Africa has a solar energy potential of as much as 1,000 GW and wind potential of 110 GW, not...

Calling out Ethiopia government sponsored massacres in Tigray

Like the Nigeria military killings, a murderous regime in Ethiopia led by prime minister Abiy Ahmed has shocked humanity with brutal massacres, torture and genocide of an entire population of Tigray all in the name prosecuting a...

How Uganda’s president became what he once fought against

Part of rebuilding U.S. democratic institutions is fighting for them abroad. Uganda, where an aging ruler has evolved from reformer to tyrant, would be a good place to start.

Are Ugandans ready for the coming January 2021 revolution?

After the national disasters of Idi Amin and Milton Obote it seemed inconceivable that Ugandans would again let another tyrant petrify their populace for more than thirty years running. But that is what has happened in...

Sierra Leone’s tech-aided war on corruption

The West African nation's fight against corruption started bearing fruit when political will, supported by international partners, began mixing with digital technology. Can Sierra Leone be a model for the rest of Africa?
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Globalization has died, Davos 2023 was the funeral

Touting nefarious globalisation agenda Klaus Schwab's "world economic" forum quickly morphed into a globalist elitist club...
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‘You cannot play this game forever’

Deep within each one of you is the knowing that you are eternal and divine beings. (But) not knowing who you are, you...

It’s a new great game

The new world is an increasingly uncertain arena of geopolitical conflict, making it less stable, less certain, and more divided

Pele greatest player in football history

Pele: From humble beginnings to football’s first global superstar The three-time World Cup winner is regarded by...

Tolstoy preferred art for purpose, detested Shakespeare’s art for art’s sake

Why Leo Tolstoy hated William Shakespeare Many famous writers have vocalized their dislike for Shakespeare, but none...
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