Archive for the Society Category

A Sad French Morning

The entire world is slowly waking up to learn about the outrageous attacks that rocked Paris, the French capital yesterday night. As a friendly soccer Game between France and Germany was taking place in the Stade de France, 6 Different locations including an area just outside the stadium […]

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4 Main Reasons that cause people to immigrate

Immigration nowadays is becoming one major issue across the globe. As a matter of facts, the present European immigration crisis is just the tip of the iceberg of a movement that is common to earth history since the existence of Man. Since 1960, nearly 250 millions people have […]

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Where should I be if World War III breaks out?

When looking at the actual state of the world, it is easy to speculate about the possibility if an eventual world war III, especially with the Syrian crisis, a conflict that has gone way out of proportion so far, with Russia and the west constantly opposing each other […]

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Parenthood back then and nowadays

If you are coming from Africa, it is very likely that you were raised along with your cousins, aunts, uncles etc. knowing many family members, therefore being connected to many people in your family tree. But growing up as youngster, despite the presence of so many figures […]

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Abortion, the legal crime

Looking at some statistics about abortion, I never imagined the scale of this practice to be so wide, yet, according to WHO, abortion is responsible for the death of nearly 40,000,000 unborn babies each year. This is an estimate of about 125,000 abortions committed worldwide every day. Nearly […]

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The September Freaks

Being the year that marks the shemitah in the jewish calendar, 2015 was scheduled by many to be a year of disaster! Well, that is of course if you rely on the widespread “prophetic youtubers” who seemed to have received “revelations” from the unknown. The video titles […]

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Psychiatric evaluation, Discrimination

Growing as a subsaharan young man, it was easy to see from my cousins who initially went to Europe how disgusted they were of the discrimination they faced there. Once you are from Africa, weither you are  from the northern part or the subsaharan part, you are […]

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Democracy or Anarchy?

The Western culture’s foundations lie on the basic principles of democracy, characterized by freedom of speech, human rights and many other concepts. Emerging from centuries of totalitarian ruling, many european nations fought for their freedom, but the concept of freedom back then widely differs from the one […]

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