Response to “Rand Paul on Black Lives Matter”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DjDl6I0Mjg Of course all lives matter…but you can’t be a free-thinking, rational and honest person and believe that blacks specifically, and all minorities to varying degrees are not targeted, judged, discriminated against and abused far more than whites. I’m an Asian middle class female from a decent sized … More Black Lives Matter – All Lives Matter?
Of course we care more for the ones that are not as accomplished in this bloody survival called life. But that certainly does NOT mean to disparage the successes. Celebrate the ones that need to be crowned, and support the ones who are still on a bumpy road. Those two are not on the opposite … More Just a random thought
United Nations Day: Oct. 24 Marks Day Promoting Aims and Successes of International Organization The Charter of the United Nations was signed on 26 June 1945, in San Francisco, at the conclusion of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, and came into force on 24 October 1945. The Statute of the International Court of … More The UN Charter: The 70th anniversary
It’s not that Trump does not hold a point. In America’s perspective, what Donald Trump is asserting about trimming the non-urgent expenses is something to consider. Whether or not the US military spendings on the Korean peninsula falls under the category of non-urgent, is a different debate. However, this speech once again clarifies why Donald … More Regarding Donald Trump’s Remark On Harvard Student’s Question
Arrested for speaking up to the atrocities the supposed “president” inflicted on his own people, and has never been seen since. How do we expect change and evolution when politics that exists to guard people’s inalienable rights is the one that discloses foul power struggles? Aster Fissehatsion was the only woman among 11 political leaders … More Sign this Petition Now. Let’s Take Action
Written earlier on October 3rd: Today, we remember all the lives lost in the Mediterranean since the first big shipwreck exactly two years ago. Sign our petition – together, we can tell EU leaders that giving refugees safe routes to sanctuary will save lives: http://amn.st/6188Bzo0e Probably the greatest refugee crisis we are facing around the … More Remember the Unforgettable – Oct. 03
“We can’t kill all those people.” “You’re right, sir. We can’t kill civilians.” “Unless….” Where does the US government see its legitimacy to “serve as the world police” and intervene in other international law violations when the US is the one involved in war crimes? Urgent inquiry into Obama’s drone use is in order!
For such a beautiful country that attracts many happy tourists with cameras and fancy shades, Myanmar has so much darkness hidden behind. It’s time to be the light to cast away the dark, and it starts not by some big shot government officials or lawyers making a scene about the abusive Myanmar government, but by … More Myanmar: The Land of Make Believe
They say diplomacy requires strong, asserting stance and smooth articulations to turn the tables around to best profit the respective country. That the delegates must remain cold-headed at all times, because that’s how successful lobbies win clauses to the nation’s advantage. But let us not forget why we convene in the face of crises, why … More The Speech that Touched Millions
Diplomacy for diplomacy’s sake. What’s bad inside shows on the skin soon enough. Governments across the world pretend they are taking steps to bring gender equality. However these announcements are restricted to diplomatic conventions only. On the ground the inequality is very high. Patriarchy it seems is so much imbibed in every culture that politicians … More Women In Civil Society