What’s So Hard to Understand About Islam?
We live in a world of mass migration primarily by those following Islamist ideology. All throughout the western countries are being flooded with migrants who daily commit crimes against humanity. The alarming rate of crime in these areas is ignored while leaders of all types make excuses for what is happening in their countries. What is so hard to understand about this problem?Why February 14th Is Celebrated Internationally
The 14th February is celebrated romantically as St Valentine’s Day globally, but, have you ever wondered how it came about? Well, it dates as far back as 270 AD when a priest and Emperor Claudius ll, the ruler of the time disagreed, so the legend goes. Actually, there are several myths relating to St Valentine, but the main seems to be this one.The Peace Movement
A peace movement is a social movement that seeks to achieve ideals such as the ending of a particular war (or all wars), minimize inter-human violence in a particular place or type of situation, including ban of guns, and is often linked to the goal of achieving world peace. Means to achieve these ends include advocacy of pacifism, non-violent resistance, diplomacy, boycotts, demonstrations, peace camps; supporting anti-war political candidates and banning guns, creating open government, direct democracy; supporting people who expose war-crimes or conspiracies to create wars, and making laws. Different organizations involved in peace movement may have some diverse…Nigerian People: Arise and Revolt
We are all at a stage of which mental repositioning is the only way-out. Find out the cause of the diverse problems we face as Nigerians. Take your time to read and explore…Fake News: Libyan Slave Markets – Exclusive Report
After CNN came out with video of slave auction markets in Libya, all hell broke loose online and on mainstream media; reports of African slaves being auctioned in Libya and the true ongoing horrors of immigrants drowning trying to escape Africa for EU countries has outraged the world. My blog includes a conversation with a Libyan man from Misrata who sets the record straight.