Tag: Ivory-coast

New York Bomb Scare: A person who is stung by a bee fears a big housefly.

Filed in Current affairs by on May 9, 2010 0 Comments
New York Bomb Scare: A person who is stung by a bee fears a big housefly.

The people of New York are traumatized after a series of terrorism attacks. Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad has increased the panic even more. The RFK bridge was closed because of an abondoned U-Haul truck. A cooler full of water forced police to clear the street and call in a bomb squad. The NYPD bomb squad and […]

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Black Extremists in South Africa: It is the absence of a cat that allowed the rat to climb onto the table.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on April 20, 2010 0 Comments
Black Extremists in South Africa: It is the absence of a cat that allowed the rat to climb onto the table.

Black extremism is on the rise in South Africa. The leader of the Black extremists is, Julius Malema, president of the African National Youth League. His rhetoric is not far from those of White supremacists in Europe or in America. Despite the lesson of humility, forgiveness, and greatness that Nelson Mandela taught the world, it is […]

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Pakistani Taliban leader killed: It is the path of the needle that the thread is accustomed to follow.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on February 1, 2010 2 Comments
Pakistani Taliban leader killed: It is the path of the needle that the thread is accustomed to follow.

It is unclear whether Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud was killed by a US drone attack. This speculation has forced the Taliban to call the rumor false. If the news is true, it is a major blow for the Taliban. Mehsud was the instigator of the CIA attack last month that killed many of its […]

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If you are dancing with your rivals, don’t close your eyes.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on October 22, 2009 0 Comments
If you are dancing with your rivals, don’t close your eyes.

Despite Tehran saying its nuclear program is intended solely for peaceful purposes, many in the West believe that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons capabilities. Recently, Iran has accepted a draft agreement that calls for some uranium produced in Iran to be sent abroad for further enrichment in France and Russia. How the world can take […]

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He who talks incessantly, talks nonsense.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Politics by on April 20, 2009 0 Comments
He who talks incessantly, talks nonsense.

The President of the United States is back from the Summit of the Americas. He’s under a lot of criticism from the GOP for shaking hands with Hugo Chavez, the Venezuela president seen by many Republicans as an enemy of the United States. Obama is also under criticism for easing the restrictions against Cuba. The […]

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Only a fool tests the depth of water with both feet.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 11, 2009
Only a fool tests the depth of water with both feet.

The U.S. accused Chinese ships of harassing and surrounding its Navy vessel in international waters. The Chinese crew even stripped to their underwear. It is funny and dangerous. It seems that the Chinese have an habit of testing each new U.S. administration. I remember in 2001, when George W. Bush arrived in the White House, […]

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Everybody loves a fool, but nobody wants him for a son.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Obama by on January 15, 2009 0 Comments
Everybody loves a fool, but nobody wants him for a son.

The Rev. Gene Robinson, a gay Episcopal bishop, will say a prayer at an inaugural event at the Lincoln Monument on Sunday, a gay and lesbian marching band will take its place in the official presidential parade, and a slew of gay parties and inaugural balls will be held in the nation’s capital before and […]

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If a woman gets power, she changes into a man

Filed in Politics, US presidential elections by on September 17, 2008 1 Comment
If a woman gets power, she changes into a man

By McCain‘s picking Sarah Palin as running mate, some critics are saying that she overshadows McCain. Some people question if she is helping the campaign or causing more damage. It is troubling to see that Sarah Palin is like the front runner and McCain the V.P. Senator McCain should remember: as the Baoules of Ivory […]

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