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Venezuela from the youth's point of view

So they call themselves the “People’s Guard” meanwhile they hurt the real people in the streets with their weapons and hands. It’s true, it’s a tragedy but it’s not what I want to talk here. 1,025 more words


Two isms of politics eating into the vitals of economic growth in India

Lalit Shastri

One is seeing with a deep sense of concern that the two isms-neopatrimonialism and clientelism-are being followed so deceitfully by those who swear by and use democracy to usurp power and do everything to remain riveted to the seats of power in India. 270 more words

Neopatrimonialism And Clientelism

Photographing the Bolivarian Revolution

These are a handful of my favourite photographs from Chavista rallies in Venezuela from 2012 to 2014. Enjoy! 183 more words


Hymn 43

As risible as the idea of a “Greater Albania” is, Albanian chauvinism should not be rewarded with further participation in international sporting events. It’s time to drag the Balkans into the twentieth century. 82 more words


Gwynne Dyer: The truth about Bolivia’s and Brazil’s economic miracles

Gwynne Dyer – The Georgia Straight, 10/14/2014

TO NOBODY’S GREAT surprise, Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, has won a third five-year term by a landslide majority. It’s no surprise because Bolivia’s gross domestic product (GDP) has tripled since he took office in 2006. 175 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

SPPN Channel: Video: All The Kings Men: Broderick Crawford Playing Huey Long

This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Times on WordPress, May, 2013

I think the best way to describe Huey Long aka Louisiana Kingfish would be compared him with the recently deceased President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez. 170 more words