Can You Hear The War Drums Or Why We Only Get To See The Dead Children Of The Next Country They Want To Bomb!

Let me show you a video of a 14 year old girl trying to keep her younger brother from being arrested. His hand is broken and she is trying to hold it from hurting more. The girl and her brother are Palestinian. The soldiers trying to kidnap the kid with the broken hand are Israelis. […]

On the Club, War crimes And Dead Children Or Why We Should Help Refugees By Arresting Our War Criminal, Genocidal Prime Ministers

Ask any refugee if s/he wanted to leave their country and I can tell you that 99% will tell you that all they wanted was to live their lives in peace. They wanted a family, a job, a dream to pursue. What they didn’t want was to be bombed, shot at and have their families […]

Why Are Turkey And The US Killing The Kurds Who Are Fighting ISIS?

This week while we are all in pain over the death of Cecil the Lion something happened we didn’t read about in our Mainstream media and we should have. Especially since New Zealand soldiers are involved! Obama authorised bombing raids to support ISIS Syrian “rebels” in the last two days while Turkey has started to […]

Fat Tourists Don’t Like Reality On Their Holiday On Kos

“How many more can Kos take? Holidaymaker misery as thousands of boat people from Syria and Afghanistan set up migrant camp to turn popular Greek island into ‘disgusting’ hellhole.” Title of a Daily mail article about Tourist “misery” in Greece. For the last 14 years their countries have waged wars on other countries. The targets? […]

“Sir” Richard Branson And 20.000 Dead refugees A Story Of Inequality To Raise Your Hairs.

This morning I opened my usual news sites and two articles stood out. The articles were about two kinds of “refugees”. One of the stinking greedy rich kind and one of the poor refugee dying in a boat accident kind. Here are two tales on both ends of the wealth spectrum: “Sir” Richard Branson leaves […]

Destitute and confused: bleak future for refugees caught in the crossfire

An Afghan girl in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan. Photograph: Emilio Morenatti/AP In the evening the temperature falls at last and light slants across the camp, throwing long shadows across the stagnant puddles and shining through the kites, made from plastic bags, that the children fly. It shines, too, through the […]