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Pawn vs King: Cameron’s Dangerous Chess Game Against Putin

Pawn vs King: Cameron’s Dangerous Chess Game Against Putin

David Cameron is a protégé of Margaret Thatcher. She personally groomed him to become Prime Minister. It will be remembered that when Thatcher’s popularity was on the wane, the Falklands War revivified a flagging Tory Party and gave her another term of office. When people like Cameron and Thatcher have tasted power, they are loath [...]

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Food for the Gods: Link of Vodou to Haiti’s Agriculture, a Legacy of the Ancestors

Food for the Gods: Link of Vodou to Haiti’s Agriculture, a Legacy of the Ancestors

Haitian religion and culture are so linked to local agriculture that Vodou ceremonies are routinely called manje lwa: food for the gods. Our lwa (gods, spirits, deities) must be fed. They are not eternal and can only exist so long as they continue to be summoned to participate in human affairs. In other words, their [...]

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Bush-Clinton Mafia Dynasties Merry-Go-Round

Bush-Clinton Mafia Dynasties Merry-Go-Round

If a space or a time traveler would set his time ship’s dial to 2015, with the United States as its destination, one could think that a mandatory preparation for the journey to understand the US’ political system would be an attentive study of the Constitution. After all, the document, drafted in 1787 by the [...]

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A Perspective on the Rise of ISIS

A Perspective on the Rise of ISIS

One of the most popular pieces of “information” that is being circulated on the internet and newspapers in my own country of birth, Italy, is an announcement of the imminent arrival of ISIS fighters on our shores. According to United States intelligence agencies, which are not exactly impartial or neutral sources, throngs of Islamic terrorists [...]

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Dominicans Are Not Haiti’s Enemies, Corruption and Occupation Are

Dominicans Are Not Haiti’s Enemies, Corruption and Occupation Are

We love blood, don’t we? As if, by staring at our reflections in this viscous red liquid we might lose fear. We are horrified and entranced by the eviscerated child in Gaza, or the naked Haitian man sprawled out on some unknown street, a bullet in his head, his life dissipating into a puddle of [...]

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