04 September 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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You may call me a hypocrite: I write for newspapers, but I hate reading the news. I have my reasons. When does a day go by, especially in Britain, where there isn’t bad news in the media? Every single day, and I do not even exaggerate, we hear about a rapist on the streets, a murder right in someone’s back garden or yet again, another terrorist attack. And then on top of that, it’s the way in which the media choose to portray the news – whether they are scapegoating ethnic minorities, dehumanising Muslims or blaming immigrants for Britain’s problems, it appears that the white man can never do any wrong. It’s frustrating and simply not fair.
Published in News
Friday, 18 January 2013 10:22

Ramgoolam at the crossroads

The name of Mohamed Bouazizi, the hawker who immolated himself in Tunisia, is usually associated with the fall of the Ben Ali regime and the beginning of the Arab Spring. In fact, Bouazizi was but a bombshell.
Published in Blog