Tag: Chameleon

Happy New Year: Like the chameleon, one eye on the future, one eye on the past

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Happy New Year: Like the chameleon, one eye on the future, one eye on the past

2010 is history now. It was a tough year for the world economy, and a¬†tough year for world peace as well. North Korea and Iran are still dragging their feet to the negotiation table over their nuclear programs. The Israeli and Palestinian negotiations are failing. Julian Assange, the founder and CEO of Wikileaks and seen […]

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Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on October 28, 2010 1 Comment
Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

President Karzai has acknowleged receiving a secret bag of cash from Iran. This news confirms what many believe: that the Afghan president is a double agent who plays both for the West and Iran. For sure, Afghans are closer to the Iranians than the West. Karzai is a controversial figure, by his positions and also […]

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Jihad: A chameleon can only change its colour but never change its skin.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on December 10, 2009 0 Comments
Jihad: A chameleon can only change its colour but never change its skin.

David Headley appeared in court Wednesday in connection with terror attacks in India. Born Daood Gilani, according to his half-brother, Headley is accused of attending terrorism training camps and plotting terrorist attacks. It is clear that by changing his name as an adult, he thought that he could melt easily into the crowd,¬†unsuspected as being […]

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