I hope this audio works. It’s my talk to reporters in South Sudan on Conflict Reporting. If it doesn’t work, please let me know. It’s quite long but I think people will find it interesting. Click Here
Doctor Strangelove is back.
John Bolton attacked the International Criminal Court and, in doing so, basically said the United States and Israel have the ‘green light‘ to commit War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity with impunity. Continue reading →
This Pod Cast deals with the fact that the solution the West is pushing for today was put on the table by Syria and Russia in 2012 when Syrians approved a new Constitution which calls for multi-party elections. At the time, the West, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar thought they could overthrow the Syrian government. Now that they have to admit defeat, and while they still threten to attack Syria, they are trying to save one of the last Jihadi bastions so they have some cards to play at the negotiating table.
I am including the script below: Continue reading →
Emmanuel Macrons says Europe can no longer rely on the US for its security. He is calling for a European defense initiative which could sideline Nato and has begun bilateral talks with potentially willing EU members. He is even ready to discuss a separate security partnership with Russia. But so far the response is cautious. Europe does not seem ready for France to lead another Grande Armée. Continue reading →
This is an excerpt from an interview I gave Sputnik Radio. It’s four minutes long and covers Macron’s desire to create a new European military alliance and his interventionism in Syria. The phone line wwasnot the best and Sputnik’s editing is questionable even though I admit I waffled a bit.
This is a timid attempt at starting a pod cast but it is a serious debate. My position that millionaire soccer players are whining hypocrits is sure to draw fire. It’s six minutes long. Please leave a comment.
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Debate rages over the role “Africans” played on the French team in the World Cup and on African sportsmen in general and their effect on integration while many in Africa are calling the French win, an African victory.
Bravo Croatia! Your country of just over four million people took on powerhouse France, pop. 65 million, as well as the best Francophone Africa, nearly half the continent, has to offer. This sort of statement sparks anger from the “ethnic French” among anti-racists. Yet, it is the general feeling I find among Africans too. Continue reading →