In what seems to be rapidly becoming the norm in multiple countries, Myanmar (under the de factor leadership of Nobel Prize winning 'freedom' icon Aung San Suu Kyi), is reported to be using its 'Telecommunications Law' to imprison dissidents, violate human rights and suppress any criticism of the military or government. This . . .
Not looked at where Trey Gowdy is at, know much about him, aside the regular inclusion of clips of his congressional grillings on the admirable You Tube channel 1791L. Channel description; ‘In the spirit of full disclosure: libertarian right wing lean. Founded in California, forging in the US.’ Assume this is where Trey is at.
Certainly . . .
One diabolical driver of racial problems is being publicly told exists when doesn’t, or conversely, civil society not addressing problems when they do.
Extremes, rather than middle-ground dialogue is the profiled public discourse. Pushing potential perpetrators of irrational hate talk on to a more activist stand. Take someone’s concerns . . .
As the heavily militarised state violence mounts against the protesters who've been standing against the Dakota Access Pipeline, scores of American veterans are headed to Standing Rock to join the protest and act as "human shields". The organised alliance calling themselves 'Veterans Stand for Standing Rock' managed to . . .
What’s the ‘likelihood’ of a computer completing an unfinished piece of Bach?
Certainly computers analysing pop buying public, are said to be able to reliably predict, the success of commercial hits prior to release. Moving on, they can doubtless throw-out options, to short-cut the process – but able to make a three minute computer song? . . .
RT: Anyone who expected the regime-change programme in Syria to come to a screeching halt with Hillary Clinton's US Presidential Election defeat may have to wait longer for the Syrian nightmare to end. Aside from several European leaders this week continuing their condemnation of Assad and Russia's actions in Aleppo, Turkish . . .
Marking our times, is a perilous pursuit. Events and the movement, toward or away, can buck and stall. Impending ‘dump the dollar’ perhaps, the most popular of calls, to defy rafts of commentators? In fairness, those who know their onions but somehow, became convinced “must be" and all-will-fall – imminently and yet, relative . . .