Monthly Archives: December 2013

Fascist Democracy: The Rule of a Stupid Majority

Any identity, whether national, regional, racial, ethnic, etc. or, of course, religious that relies on the inclusion of some to construct a sense of “us” and the exclusion of others to construct a sense of “them” as the bases for … Continue reading

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Which one is to be feared more: Racism or AIDS?

Which one is to be feared more: Racism or AIDS?[1] Becoming HIV positive is always the result of unfortunate circumstances. In fact, often the person is a victim of poverty, polygamy, abuse, or simply being born from an HIV positive … Continue reading

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Searching for Mandela

In today’s culture of celebrities, the death of Paul Walker and the death of Nelson Mandela are events of almost equal significance thanks to the cultural breed that is more interested in idols, icons, images, paraphernalia, and fame than the … Continue reading

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