Donald Trump’s State of The Union has yet again hammered the point home that US President is a political moderate within the context of American party politics. For one, the commitment to fiscal prudence, monetary conservatism, low taxation, de-regulation, free markets and a generally pro-trade policy which has defined Trump’s […]
On Sunday, a Rodrigo Duterte impersonator known by the name Cresencio Extreme along with the world’s most widely known Kim Jong-un impersonator, Howard X made a joint appearance at a Hong Kong church frequented by OFWs (overseas Filipino workers). Later, the impersonators walked through a crowded shopping mall together before sharing […]
2019 is The 20th Anniversary of The New Cold War as Declared by Tony Blair – Yet Many Remain Impervious to This Reality
When it comes to the art of deception, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is a genius worthy of the worst nightmares of Eric Blair (known more commonly by his pen name George Orwell). But while Eric Blair once wrote that “war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength”, […]
On this week’s episode of The History Boys, George Galloway and Adam Garrie discuss the long history of great minds that have been censored by the powers that be.
Under normal circumstances, when a high ranking military officer declares his allegiance not to the lawful government and head of state of his nation, but to another internal or external force, such a man is self-evidently a traitor and will be swiftly punished as such. But for Venezuela which is […]
A faux pas, especially when committed in the realm of international diplomacy and erroneously implying that a country’s new partner supports terrorism, usually has the effect of weakening bilateral relations between those two states, but a Russian official’s “slip of the tongue” paradoxically strengthened relations with Pakistan after Islamabad displayed […]
The List of the Most and Least Corrupt Countries is Out And it Says a Lot About Presidential Versus Parliamentary Systems
Transparency International has released this year’s Corruption Perceptions Index which ranks the nations of the world by widely held perceptions regarding corruption in the public sector. Of note is the fact that the top ten nations and beyond all have parliamentary political systems while the bottom ten and beyond each […]
From improving air quality to removing rubbish, scum and chemicals from rivers and creeks, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has not just removed the criminal element from the streets but he is overseeing a revival of the beautiful natural environment of The Philippines that for decades has been neglected. When it comes to […]
On this week’s episode of The History Boys, George Galloway and Adam Garrie talk about Venezuela’s past, present and future.
One of the sad outcomes derived from decades of economic mismanagement in The Philippines is the fact that many OFWs (overseas Filipino workers) are forced to take jobs as maids or other household servants in wealthier nations. Whilst change to the country’s anti-foreign direct investment (FDI) constitution would go a […]