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Tuesday, March 03, 2015

BBC Colludes In A Lie With WorldRemit!!!

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On the 1st December 2014, a BBC article written by Will Smale, a Business Reporter for BBC, lauded one of the greedy sharks of remittance as an angel saving the world. The article, which did not hide its tentacles of favouritism and full of PR for WorldRemit eulogize the business as charging "fees that are less than half those of the big players, a statement which is confirmed when you check its prices against those of the likes of Western Union.", but this statement is sheer lies! In fact, the statement clearly indicates how very little Ms Smale researched his article, let alone confirming what he was told [to say].

But don't be surprised, Will Smale through that article came across as the new breed of

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

From Podium To Prison - But Its Reeva Steenkamp That Lost All!

No comments: Links to this post Oscar Pistorius' prosecution ended today with a rather mere slap-on-the-wrist-sentence as most people seem to express. After exactly 20 months and 7 days, a period that must have been harrowing for the Pistorius family, their sorrow must have plateaued when finally the young and promising Oscar was given a sentence and taken away to begin his sojourn in prison.

Through out the debacle, what seemed to be missing however, was the sorrow of Reeva Steenkamp's family and friends; especially, in the way the world's ever increasingly frantic media were reporting the case. It was all about the man, Oscar. Documentaries after documentaries, special features after special features, uncountable news bulletins, articles, editorials, and you name it; its Oscar Pistorius that seem to have lost a lot, and luckily also, faces an unclear future. His ever important career that we all so enjoyed and will miss, and as such, lost our own joys; his success that reflects the successes of all of us; his disability that makes us all strong... its just about him. Dont get me wrong, I am not blaming him for all the above; its the media and God-knows what power working behind to inspire that trend.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Are UK Public Sector Institutions Really Unsustainable?

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The most common rhetoric by UK politicians is usuallly how public sector institutions are too expensive to run and therefore unsustainable. But are these institutions really costly to run? If they are, why does most of them when privatized, suddenly start making profits? Isn't the stark reality that they are expensive because they are run [by staff] and used [by the population] with reckless abandon?