Other than its inherent sense of (religiously inspired) self-righteousness, hypocrisy and general air of redundancy, I have nothing against bourgeois history-making per se. Of course,
Socialist countries like Communist China remind the capitalist world that another reality is possible, and indeed in existence. China, Cuba, Vietnam and Laos, etc, remind
Dear Gillian Apparently, Bidem received the highest percentage of vote for any US President in its history. There was a record turn-out for voting to
Dear Gillian The general sense of ‘relief’ (felt throughout the world) is premised upon the fact that the extremism that Trump represents has been removed
Watching Trump deliver his ‘clarification’ of why he thinks he has ‘won’ an election he has obviously ‘lost’ – it struck me that this must
From 1933 to 1939 – Hitler was very much the darling of the West. He was admired by British royalty and respected by the British middle and upper classes (especially Churchill), as well as courted by US big business (IBM assisted in the holocaust from their New York offices providing the Nazi Germans with a cataloguing system that enabled the efficient murder of millions of innocents).