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Islamist terrorism in Europe & the Middle East wars – Causes & solutions

  In the last few years, the global Islamist terrorism has grown disquietingly in the wake of the civil wars in Syria and Iraq. President George Bush’s, and ultimately Obama’s, War on Terror that commenced following the terror attacks on … Continue reading

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Remembering FannyAnn Eddy

According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FannyAnn_Eddy), gay and human rights activist FannyAnn Eddy, brutally murdered in Freetown in September of 2004, addressed the United Nations. At a meeting in Freetown in the spring of 2004, she was addressing me. I ignored her. … Continue reading

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The Paris terror attacks – Analysis

Once again a large-scale terror attack hits France and it’s currently determined that the disreputable Iraqi- Syrian, Islamic terror organization Isil was behind the attacks. Despite France’s large efforts to build a strong security apparatus, it has not been able … Continue reading

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20 years have passed – Genocide in Rwanda & the world’s guilt

How our elected leaders let 1 million people get hacked to death On April 7th 2014 it will be 20 years ago that the government and military of Rwanda started a total campaign of extinction, genocide, against the country’s Tutsi … Continue reading

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The Shia/Sunni Conflict in the Middle East Wars – Syria into Focus

The Muslim world with the Middle East, The Arabian Peninsula and North Africa, have been plagued by political instability since, what it seems, ever. In modern time no country in the region has had any democratic or economic development of … Continue reading

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Living in Sudan – Anti-west bureaucracy, hidden booze & a dove for lunch

During 2008 I worked for a German aid organization in Sudan and, during my stay, wrote a few diaries that I recently happened to dig out from my hard drive. So here follows a few anecdotes from my time in … Continue reading

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Stories from Africa – Crazy fieldtrips in war-afflicted Sierra Leone

During 2003 and 2004 I had an internship at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in war-torn Sierra Leone, West Africa. After a ten-year long civil war and the complete chaos that followed in the beginning of the 21st century, … Continue reading

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