Moundou, Chad, June 7 – 12: A Chadian was stopped by a corrupt Ivorian policeman who told him « I’m going to give you problems. » The Chadian responded “and I will give you solutions.”
When President Idriss Deby in January told his security forces to impose a draconian ban on the use of charcoal in Chad in a bid to fight desertification, he did nothing to help people find alternative means for cooking. Deby responded to his critics by saying Chadians are people who find solutions to everything. He insisted nobody is starving in the country.
Paris – July 10, 2008: Our intrepid leaders just wrapped up the mother of all summits. They condemned Human Rights abuses in Zimbabwe and in the same breath Bush and Sarkozy announced they will attend the opening of the Olympic Games in China and while prisoners in Guantanamo are still denied US Constitutional rights to a fair trial and Habeas Corpus.
Letter to the Poughkeepsie Journal I want to thank tax payers for the $300 Economic Stimulus Payment check […]
Paris – I was asked the other day to speak on France 24 about the Fourniret case and what sort of punishment for serial killers and found myself suggesting death might be appropriate.
Sorry so long. I went to Egypt where there were as many police and soldiers as tourists and […]
Paris, Dec. 11, 2007 — The evolution of the debate on evolution is accelerating but still politically side-stepping the question. The latest developments are in today’s press and concern findings by two American anthropologists.
“Human Nature is shitting in your pants but we learned to do otherwise.” Professor Paul Oren who is dearly missed.