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Passenger Indian

Part One: The Interview

“So, you say you came to our country to conduct trade, Mr gouNDar”, James Jones somberly questioned the man of small stature, neatly combed hair, shirt and pants pressed with straight lines, and a bright face, as he perused his documents and references. 843 more words


The Adulterer

What made my friendship with Jon easier was that he had moved to Cape Town and I had never left Maritzburg.  Our politics had always been poles apart.  3,441 more words

South Africa

Not the Sugar Momma

The Week has been a challenging one especially since it’s been 3 days post the “celebration” of Freedom Day on 27 April 2016, 22 years since we, the “previously disadvantaged” were once again “allowed to vote” in 1994 through a minority Whites Only Referendum acceded to on the basis of secured minority interests and privilege…lest we forget. 1,681 more words

My Scribbles

New McCarthyism: Is London's 'anti-Semitic' scandal a move against Jeremy Corbyn?

By John Wright

Britain’s opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn © Stefan Wermuth / Reuters


An extraordinary political crisis has erupted in the UK over the alleged prevalence of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party. 1,130 more words


Huffington Post Blog Calls On Christians and Jews to Unite Against Muslims

A blog post appearing on the nominally progressive Huffington Post on April 12 called on the world’s followers of the Christian and Jewish faiths to unite against what the piece claims is a common enemy: Islam. 1,520 more words


Who’s Afraid of Communism?

Source: New Republic

Author: Malcom Harris

Emphasis Mine

With the Berlin Wall barely a memory and Airbnb in Havana, American anti-communism is probably at its historical nadir. 1,557 more words

Nazism, Zionism and Hindutva

To admire Nazism and Zionism simultaneously would be referred to as the highest form of paradox anywhere in the world!
But only when you have no knowledge about both. 126 more words