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Do as we say or we’ll take your post away

November 4, 2013 6:05 pm1 comment
Do as we say or we’ll take your post away

We have all felt it in one way or another. The pressure to conform to what is, socially, right or expected. This pressure can come from friends, family, the media. Look in any direction and I guarantee you will find someone telling you how you ‘should’ be acting. However, when […]

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The causes of International Issues and Problems

May 23, 2013 10:30 am5 comments
The causes of International Issues and Problems

In this day and age, one thing is clear: international issues and problems have many causes, but what exactly are they? Terrorism is an international issue with several causes. The first and major cause of terrorism is religious fundamentalism and extremism. The reason this leads to terrorist activity is due […]

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South Africa at the Crossroads (IV): A New Workers’ Party

March 28, 2013 2:04 pm0 comments
South Africa at the Crossroads (IV): A New Workers’ Party

Widespread revulsion met the shootings of striking workers at the Lonmin mines in Marikana, South Africa last August. Police opened fire and killed 34 miners, wounding 178 more. It proved to be a turning point in the post-Apartheid era, it promised so much for ordinary working class people, after ridding themselves of oppressive minority rule […]

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