GIVING A DAM….

As the world’s attention, (courtesy of the mass media of course) remains focussed on the events that took place in Brussels yesterday, a number of things passed by un-noticed, buried beneath the wheels of the media juggernaut that rolls out whenever events of that nature occur. One of those things was WORLD WATER DAY 2016, which tries valiantly to bring awareness to the very real and vitally important issue, that this planet is really struggling at the moment, to utilise adequate and […]

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THE HUMAN ZOO….

Throughout the 1950s, Africans and Native Americans  Were Kept In European Zoos As Exhibits By M.B. David Throughout the early 20th century, Germany held what was termed a, “Peoples Show,” or ‘Völkerschau.’ Africans were brought in as carnival or zoo exhibits for passers-by to gawk at. Throughout the late 19th century, and well into the 1950′s, Africans and in some cases Native Americans, were kept as exhibits in zoos. Far from a relic from an unenlightened past, remnants of such exhibits […]

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AT ANY PRICE….

There are many western eyes watching the African content, specifically the Congo Basin. You would be forgiven for thinking, that what little media attention it gets would be focussed on the unfolding Humanitarian Crisis. Sadly, the long and bloody history of this African country will never make the pages of the newspapers, or grace the camera lenses of the Mainstream Media any time soon. You may like to ask yourselves why that would be the case. The ongoing conflict in […]

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DEJA VU….

Latin Monetary Union 1865 to 1927 The Political Disaster That Led To World War One ‘Cigpapers’ Guest Writer There has been a Monetary Union of European Nations in the past – the consequences were as predictable as they were catastrophic and horrific for ordinary People and the Nations involved. Zionist bankers had financed the 1851 coup d’etat that had re-established the Bonapartists in France under Napoleon III. The payback for the Zionist bankers was Napoleon III’s support for the Latin […]

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