Seeds that fall in the shadow of big trees or bushes, sprout faster. However, they won’t develop to strong adults unless you cut the big trees or bushes they fall under.
Seeds that fall outside of any shadow would take longer to sprout, but are likely to develop faster in strong adults.
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BBC is the British international propaganda channel.
It's a governmental radio/TV and the journalists are employed by the British government.
Many of their senior journalists in foreign countries also act as intelligence assets.
Expecting any independence or credibility from such a media is like trusting RussiaToday to criticize Putin.
The British government spends every Read more [...]
Since last year, Togo minister of education has dropped European and alien history from the curriculum of high school, and replaced it with local populations histories.
That's a small step forward to decolonize our kids minds.
European tribal wars like WWI and WWII are dropped, the same as the history of some countries like France.
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The French policy to genetically bleach their black population.
Few decades ago, subtly, imperceptibly, the French government had started a social experiment to decrease the size of its black population by encouraging genetic bleaching.
Genetic bleaching is, often, an unconscientious choice of spouse with the intention to have children which skin color Read more [...]
A friend working in the field of "development" for over 25 years told me on Friday this:
"Africa is taken in hostage by people who have no solution to its problems".
That's an accurate description of our current leadership.
He is so disillusioned about the development hubahuba.
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Men suppressed women for centuries with the patriarchal ideology, and its customs.
That long period of suppression forged the illusion of men inherent superiority over women, and sadly convinced a big portion of women to believe the same.
Women started to fight back in organized way only during the last few decades, and men are already feeling ball-less, Read more [...]
In Rwanda and beyond, lessons for you.
Tutsi and Hutu are the same ethnic group or tribe. They speak the same language and share the same customs.
They are not two ethnic groups, or two different tribes.
Before the arrival of the European terrorists in the 19th century, a person could be a Tutsi this year, and then becomes Hutu the next Read more [...]
They are busy copying a model of development, the authors are busy trying to get out from.
Europe and America which are their ideal model, are in contrary convinced their model is in crisis, and are struggling to fix it. They are not even sure how to fix it.
Why the hell, Africans are busy copying a model the authors don't want anymore, and are trying Read more [...]
China gave us another example of clever leadership.
Yesterday, "the Chinese gov. passed a new law that seriously restricts foreign NGOs and gives police broad surveillance powers over them. NGOs: non-governmental organizations. Think: human rights and environmental groups. Now, about 7,000 of them have to find an official Chinese sponsor and register with the police. The ones Read more [...]
Every time I meet someone who says he is working for an NGO, my back screen goes "here is a crook".
I have yet to meet a top executive or a manager of an NGO or humanitarian organization who is not either a crook, a pedophile, a double-face, or a straight agent of the Devil.
Don't believe any of their public discourse and posture about helping the poor. They are princes and Read more [...]