Tags » 3rd World

Sweet and sour

So I walk alone down the darkest roads
‘Cause I’ve always known how the story goes
When the curtain falls, I’ll be wearing thin
Clawing at the walls as they’re closing in…

1,031 more words
Culture

One of The Best TJ Adventures So Far

This is an excerpt from my other blog, Matingas.com where you can read more about not only as a tour guide, but my present life as a writer/journalist and my past life as a paparazzo. 388 more words

Adventure

Dreaming The American Dream

Hegemony an infamous word, defined as ‘Dominance of one social group over another, such that the ruling group or Hegemon acquires some degree of consent from the subordinate as opposed to dominance purely by force.’ 788 more words

India

Sympathy

My mother used to say quit often
“Paranoia will destroy ya”

Now I realized that’s because she had so much to hide.
All these little saying she used to rant about… 142 more words

Poetry

Corporate Micro-shilling for Dollars...

The microfinance delusion: who really wins?

 

Jason Hickel – The Guardian

Wednesday 10 June 2015 10.11 BST

When I first learned about microfinance, I thought  it was a wonderful idea, and, like  so many others, assumed that it was creating success, especially for the women in 3rd World countries who seemed to be taking advantage of  these loans to help feed their families, etc. 181 more words