03 September 2015
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Thursday, 14 June 2012 11:00

Syria : The Houla massacre

I wish to contribute a largely ignores piece of news for Le Défi Media Group. Another news website reports the press conference of Arvind Boolell sharing with the public the Mauritian government's indignation at the massacre ( implicitly, in the Minister's view, by Assad's forces) of civilians in Houla, Syria.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012 12:42


In five days’ time, on Saturday 21 April, the United Nations’ Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) opens its 13th quadriennal conference in Doha in the context of a vastly reinvigorated effort to highlight the success it has achieved in its primary mission of advising developing countries, and to push on to assert its authority in that task even as a beleaguered “developed-world” group of countries seeks to block the emerging world’s affirmation of their sovereignty, and the resolute exercise of their property rights on resources within their land-based and oceanic EEZ-based resources (Exclusive Economic Zone-based resources).
Conclusion as Preamble

Let me start with the conclusion before I return to the beginning and trace the logical argument that led me to the conclusion. The conclusion is that there is only ONE way to resolve the twin crises that are pose systemic risks to the Eurozone and to the neocon capitalist global goods-and-services production and payments settlements arrangements.
Revolutions Are Not All Chaos

There is a classic book about revolutions whose theme and central thesis thoughtful people would do well to reflect on as they become transfixed by the revolts shaking the Arab world and the far-more-muted but potentially game-changing “occupy” protest movements affecting much of the rest of the Western world. T