Monthly Archives: April 2012

Η Κύπρος συνθλίβεται κάτω από τον τεράστιο Τουρκικό ογκόλιθο

Συντελείται η σύγχρονη άλωση της Κύπρου Αναζητείται ηγέτης που θα μας σώσει από την νέα Τουρκοκρατία Πρόσφατα… ο γράφων…, ένας απλός πολίτης, επέλεξε να διαβάσει το βιβλίο του Στρατηγού Φοίβου Κλόκκαρη, “Τουρκική απειλή κατά του Ελληνισμού της Κύπρου” (αναρωτιέμαι πάντως, πώς και δεν επέλεξαν – είναι ξεκάθαρο ότι δεν επέλεξαν – να κάνουν το ίδιο και κάποιοι από τους αποδεδειγμένα ... Read More »

Congolese Flee Rebel Attacks

Thousands of Congolese nationals are fleeing to Rwanda and Uganda escaping violence following resumption of clashes between DR Congo army and rebel groups, officials have confirmed. Villagers carry their belongings as they head towards the border with Uganda during an earlier exodus from North Kivu province. (Photo Courtesy J.Akena/UNHCR) So far, about 300 Congolese nationals have entered Rwanda through Western ... Read More »

New Obama slogan has long ties to Marxism, socialism

The Obama campaign apparently didn’t look backwards into history when selecting its new campaign slogan, “Forward” — a word with a long and rich association with European Marxism. Many Communist and radical publications and entities throughout the 19th and 20th centuries had the name “Forward!” or its foreign cognates. Wikipedia has an entire section called “Forward (generic name of socialist ... Read More »

Beheaded doctor found dumped by roadside

The beheaded body of a kidnapped British Red Cross doctor has been found dumped by a roadside in Pakistan. Photo: Abducted: a Red Cross worker stands next to Khalil Rasjed Dale’s vehicle after his capture in January. (AFP: Banaras Khan) Khalil Rasjed Dale, 60, was kidnapped by suspected militants on January 5 while on his way home from work near ... Read More »

Η επόμενη μέρα: σκοτάδι ή αναγέννηση;

Παρότι ο προεκλογικός αγώνας πλησιάζει στο τέλος του, αποδεικνύεται δύσκολο να πει κανείς κάτι πραγματικά καινούργιο ή ενθαρρυντικό, καθώς οι (συνήθως ομιλητικότατοι) Έλληνες δείχνουν να είναι βαθιά βυθισμένοι, και όχι αδικαιολόγητα, στη θλίψη. Ο λόγος γι’ αυτό, όμως, σχετίζεται ενδεχομένως και με τα άτομα που διεκδικούν την πολιτική εξουσία. Πράγματι, μερικοί από τους πολιτικούς μας δυσκολεύονται να αποκρύψουν το γεγονός ... Read More »

India’s tribal people fast becoming lost for words

Of the 7000 languages now spoken across the world, only about 600 are expected to survive until the end of the century.The road runs out seven kilometres before the last village in India. Women and children of the Totopara village, where Toto is spoken, a language that UNESCO classifies as critically dangered. Photo: Raj Patidar Nestled at the edge of ... Read More »

Tymoshenko, giallo su rinvio Uefa “E’ una possibilità”, poi la rettifica

Il direttore operativo e responsabile in Ucraina dell’organizzazione del campionato afferma che si valuta l’ipotesi. Più tardi la federazione specifica: “Solo un malinteso”. Yulia Tymoshenko (ap) Ma esprime preoccupazione per la situazione politica in Ucraina. Dopo la presa di posizione della cancelliera tedesca, interviene il ministro dello Sport italiano: “Sport non guardi da altra parte”. Abete: “Calcio accenderà riflettori sulla vicenda”. ... Read More »

Pensioners languish in poverty

A visit to some local savings banks where pensioners come to collect their monthly pension funds showed that many pensioners are languishing in poverty in Zimbabwe. Their lifetime savings were eroded by inflation. Most pensioners had sad stories to tell ranging from how they served their employers diligently yet they do not have anything to show for it. Norman Chihota ... Read More »

David Cameron called to Commons to answer questions over Jeremy Hunt

Labour seeks explanation for why PM is referring culture secretary to Leveson inquiry rather than ministerial code adviser David Cameron, left, on BBC1’s Andrew Marr programme: ‘I do not believe [Jeremy Hunt] broke the ministerial code,’ the prime minister said. Photograph: Reuters Article history David Cameron will be asked to come to the Commons on Monday to explain why he ... Read More »