The deeper the US slips into economic decline, the higher it ratchets up the pace and stakes of armed conflict.he United States has set the world on fire. It is nonsense to talk of a “new” Cold War, when what the world is witnessing is multiple conflagrations as intense and horrifically destructive as at any … Continue reading Obama's Hot War
Update: In August 2013, Uganda passed The Public Order Management bill, despite fierce criticism from religious leaders, opposition MPs, the public and rights groups. One of the most problematic provisions of the bill is that police approval is required if three or more people want to gather publicly to discuss political issues. In addition, police … Continue reading Uganda: Police State Antics, Three Is A Crowd
Critics say the bill is another repressive measure by a government which shut two newspapers and two radio stations in May Ugandan MPs have passed a controversial bill limiting public protests - branded a "serious blow to open political debate" by Amnesty International. The Public Order Management bill was passed despite fierce criticism from religious … Continue reading Uganda Public Order Bill Is 'Blow To Political Debate'
Photo by David Axe Bad news in the five-year-old U.S. proxy war against al-Qaida–allied Somali insurgents. Half of the U.S.-supplied weaponry that enables cash-strapped Ugandan and Burundian troops to fight Somalia’s al-Shabab terror group is winding up in al-Shabab’s hands. The kicker: It’s the cash-strapped Ugandans who are selling the weapons to the insurgents. This … Continue reading U.S. Weapons Now In Somali Terrorist' Hands
There Is No Movement Without Rhythm Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving. Modernity has removed us from nature. Most of us move ideas, not our bodies, across networks, not across fields, under artificial lighting, not sunlight, and produce intangible products in isolation rather than unison. We travel from one box to another box by … Continue reading Life Is Rythm: In Uganda, Rwanda, Or The U.S.