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History Is Repeating Itself In Sudan

Feb 24, 2024
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Life has been turned upside down in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. What was once a vibrant metropolis, its residents now live in a war zone. Sudan's army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) are fighting a brutal street battle while helicopters and fighter jets roar overhead. Information coming out of the city is poor, and access for journalists is difficult in a country where media freedom is already limited.
Read more about I Make A Picture, The Picture Doesn't Get Made
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I Make A Picture, The Picture Doesn't Get Made

Feb 19, 2024
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I make a picture, the picture doesn't get made, I saw a dream, it doesn't get interpreted, sorry! In the political landscape of the country, I remembered the beautiful but sad lyrics of a memorable song of an Indian film. Of course, the poet must have written this song during the separation of his beloved, which would have affected the hearts of the listeners and made the atmosphere more and more sad. Is. Such a disappointment that seeing the plain reminded me of home. The election results of 8th February are also a tragedy, the dreams of the elders have been lost.
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Only ..... Will Defeat Terrorism...

Feb 09, 2024
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A day before the general elections, a total of 28 people were killed and 50 injured as a result of explosions outside the election offices in two districts of Balochistan the biggest province of Pakistan. On the other hand, his determination and courage was confirmed that the dear country should be led on the path of peace, development and prosperity in every way.

A Homeless Man's Concern and Love for Country.

Feb 08, 2024
A homeless man's love for his homeland
Read more about The Nature of Time
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The Nature of Time

Feb 07, 2024
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Stormy weather calls for the right clothing. And so does the Sun as it shines.
Read more about When Nikki Hayley Tells You Who She is Believe Her!
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When Nikki Hayley Tells You Who She is Believe Her!

Feb 01, 2024
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Hayley has developed a knack for turning the most obvious answer to relatively easy questions into some tale that only the white supremacists she caters to can love.

MLK what he fought for

Jan 21, 2024
MLK life and story on how he fought for rights
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Cup, Ocean, Rise

Jan 18, 2024
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Rise, Fight, and Revolt.
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The Slip In Time

Jan 12, 2024
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The American Civil War had an impact on many people. Especially one young man who witnessed it first hand.
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Ukranian- russo war timline

Jan 10, 2024
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Retreiving the basic though, vast knowledge on the Ukrainian- Russo war for viewers to stay informed, and be informed by the Journal.
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Issues with the cartel

Jan 10, 2024
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"Ecuador's Unraveling: 'Fito's Prison Vanish Sets Nation Ablaze" In a sudden turn, Ecuador's tranquility shattered as the notorious gang head, 'Fito,' vanished from prison walls, unleashing a storm of chaos across the country. Jose Adolfo Macias, the elusive leader of Los Choneros, slipped away moments before a high-security prison transfer, igniting riots, bombings, and the abduction of officers. President Daniel Noboa, grappling with the escalating crisis, declared a state of emergency, clamping down with a nightly curfew. This unprecedented upheaval peeled back the layers of Ecuador's struggles against organized crime and drug trade, especially evident in the gang's grip over prisons and cocaine routes via vital ports like Guayaquil. For a nation renowned for its peace, this incident underscores a harsh reality. Ecuador faces an uphill battle against powerful criminal networks. 'Fito's escape laid bare the frailty of the prison system, signaling a daunting path ahead in reclaiming stability in a country shadowed by criminal influence.

partition of life

Jan 06, 2024
Partition of India, division of British India into the independent countries of India and Pakistan according to the Indian Independence Act passed by the British Parliament on July 18, 1947. Set to take effect on August 15, the rapid partition led to a population transfer of unprecedented magnitude, accompanied by devastating communal violence, as some 15,000,000 Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims rushed to cross the hastily demarcated borders before the partition would be complete. Estimates of the number of people who died during the partition range from 200,000 to 2,000,000. The partition left an indelible mark on the national consciousness of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, and its legacy continues to influence the countries’ citizens to this day. Direct British rule of India began in 1858 as a consequence of the Indian Mutiny, a rebellion against the paramountcy of the East India Company. Direct rule was intended to increase Indian representation while preserving British imperial interests, but continued aggravations and injustices in the following decades created an increasingly adamant independence movement. By the 1920s, programs of noncooperation and civil disobedience were placing pressure on the British to grant India self-governance; in 1930 the Indian National Congress (Congress Party), led by Jawaharlal Nehru, promulgated the Purna Swaraj resolution calling for complete independence. By 1930 a number of Indian Muslims had begun to think in terms of statehood for their minority community separate from a state with a Hindu majority, although many of the most important leaders of the Muslim community, such as Mohammed Ali Jinnah and the Aga Khan III, continued to envisage a single federation of all Indian provinces. Jinnah, the secular leader of the All India Muslim League, hoped that the leadership of the Congress Party would accommodate Muslims’ concerns of a Hindu bias in its high command. By documenting as many incidents as it could gather in reports published during 1939, the league hoped to demonstrate how Congress ministries were insensitive to Muslim demands or appeals for jobs, as well as to their redress of grievances, and had shown partiality toward the Hindu majority. The divide intensified after the viceroy Lord Linlithgow (governed 1936–43) informed India’s political leaders and populace that they were at war with Germany and Hindu and Muslim leaders split on whether to support the war effort. The first meeting of the Muslim League after the outbreak of World War II was held in March 1940 in Punjab’s ancient capital of Lahore. The famous Lahore Resolution, later known as the Pakistan Resolution, was passed by the largest gathering of league delegates just one day after Jinnah informed his followers that “the problem of India is not of an inter-communal but manifestly of an international character.” The league resolved, therefore, that any future constitutional plan proposed by the British for India would not be “acceptable to the Muslims” unless it was so designed that the Muslim-majority “areas” of India’s “North-Western and Eastern Zones” were “grouped to constitute ‘independent States’ in which the constituent units shall be autonomous and sovereign.” The rifts deepened further when the Congress Party launched the Quit India movement in 1942 to call for immediate independence and British withdrawal; the Muslim League opposed the call because immediate independence would preclude autonomy for Muslims. After World War II ended, demands for independence were louder than ever, and the 1945 British parliamentary victory of Clement Attlee, who pledged to grant India independence, lent greater certainty to British withdrawal from the subcontinent. With the stakes rising, the simmering Hindu-Muslim tensions erupted. Jinnah called for a “direct action day” on August 16, 1946, which spiraled into communal rioting that left thousands dead in what was later remembered as the “Great Calcutta Killing.” The event was met
Read more about The Metaphysics of Living
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The Metaphysics of Living

Jan 01, 2024
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French philosopher, Albert Camus, convincingly argued that life as we know it is entirely devoid of meaning. Because of this he also asserted that there is only one course of action worth taking--and it isn't suicide. Here is how and what he argued.
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The Vision at the Battle of Williamsburg

Dec 29, 2023
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Some things that we think we understand, are purely a thought that might pass in our minds of what things were and when they were. Perhaps the future or the past co-exist in the same plane.
Read more about The Sons of Liberty Reacted Violently; How Did the Loyalist React?
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The Sons of Liberty Reacted Violently; How Did the Loyalist React?

Dec 25, 2023
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I inform you about how the loyalists were treated during the American Revolution. I provide links for each argument and state some own personal opinions.
Read more about The Biden Presidency: Can He Bring America Back Together?
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The Biden Presidency: Can He Bring America Back Together?

Dec 21, 2023
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Explore our latest blog on President Joe Biden: his history, policies, and term impact. Dive into this enlightening read.
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Dazed and Confused

Dec 15, 2023
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Dazed and confused. Divided and diffused. Compelled and controlled, by and with fear of malignant deception. Those who refuse to see through the fog, dark and unclear, thinking that if they comply everything will be alright.
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Youngblood part 1

Nov 29, 2023
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I sit there thinking of my death will be good will be bad you see everybody in Young Blood dies at 18 unless they are one of the chosen ones who are randomly chosen by a computer.
Read more about The State of the American Economy: A Comprehensive Analysis
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The State of the American Economy: A Comprehensive Analysis

Nov 28, 2023
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Note: The following article provides an in-depth analysis of the state of the American economy, highlighting key factors such as GDP growth, inflation rates, labor market resilience, and trade deficit. It delves into the impact of various policies and external factors on the economy, while also considering the global economic outlook. Throughout the article, we will explore the strengths and challenges faced by the United States, and how they contribute to the overall global economic landscape.
Read more about Examining the Controversial Texas Immigration Bill and Its Potential Impacts
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Examining the Controversial Texas Immigration Bill and Its Potential Impacts

Nov 28, 2023
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In recent weeks, Texas has been at the center of a heated debate surrounding a proposed immigration bill, Senate Bill 4 (SB 4). This bill, if signed into law by Texas Governor Greg Abbott, would introduce some of the strictest immigration regulations in the United States. The contentious nature of SB 4 has sparked concerns about racial profiling and potential harm to community relations. In this article, we will delve into the details of the bill, its implications for migrants and local communities, and the broader implications it may have on immigration policies.