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Rawlings and Mills – A Prescription of Destiny?

2012-06-18 17:37

A Fighter Pilot goes on a jungle target practice which turns into a head hunt for a successor. The pilot believes he is such a good shot that he could never miss a target even from a distance beyond normal human vision. He finds a Professor deep in thought in ...

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June 04 Dagger, Drama and Drums

2012-06-07 14:53

June 04 arrived 33 years ago with the gun and dagger of the juniors to hold the seniors to account. A new dispensation within the social fabric began and its flames continue with question marks at the Revolution Square. The drums beat from the tidal waves of Aflao to the ...

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A Caravan of Polling Station Monkeys

2012-06-05 04:11

Truth can be stranger than fiction. Symbolism and parables serve to paint principles in bright colours for clarity of understanding and greater appreciation. Providence tends to play mischief with humanity and displays principles of life with the tumultuous, odd and ridiculous aspects of our lives. This activity of Providence could ...

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Expecting Normality in Turbulent Times

2012-05-30 10:21

Conducting Opinion Polls during revolutions is akin to expecting a housewife to cook best meals during a family crisis. Trauma renders the normal absurd. To expect constitutional finesse in a time of legal doldrums when subtle forces are at play is like expecting farmers to work the fields during torrential ...

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Palm Tree Lessons for Politics

2012-05-27 12:57

Perverted behavior in life may lead students of Political Science to think that whatever can be done to win elections is fine. Convoluted complexities in society may delude Law students to think that the Law and Morality are different things. It is all a matter of personal choice; selfishness or ...

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