Yearly Archives: 2014

The Day We Fight Back


We Fight

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Human Civilisation Emerged in Africa


African Wisdom Statue. This one was lifted straight from Gently Hew Stone, who (yes, that blog name comes most likely from a speech-to-text misunderstanding, owing to English pronunciation being a bit quirky) sometimes has cracked a joke or two about

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About the essence of freedom and more griping about nationalism


I’ve been thinking very hard about freedom. It’s not all that complicated in a way. According to most dictionaries, freedom is simply a state, where one’s rights to move around, or form and express one’s opinions without fear of reprisals

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