Thousands and thousands of people turned up to the ‘March for Europe’. I asked them ‘what brings you down to Parliament Square to protest against Britain leaving the EU?’ I speak to a professor who was at the protest with … Continue reading The March for Europe – How the UK’s decision impacts us!
This blog post will discuss causes of the Global Financial Crisis, and break down and explain a scene from The Big Short. THE BIG SHORT is finally here, I don’t know about you, but I sure as hell cannot wait … Continue reading The Big Short – Causes of Global Financial Crisis
Should UK go to war in Syria? Thousands of protesters in London Downing Street say NO! “Prime Ministers since Thatcher and the Falklands have thought that war was popular and could galvanise a population, but since Tony Blair … Continue reading Should UK go to war in Syria?
I’ve been left in tears as I listen to the spoken word ‘Home is the barrel of a gun’. A powerful piece, please watch its only 2 minute and 51 seconds video! (I can assure you, you won’t be disappointed) … Continue reading “No one would put their children in a boat unless the sea is safer than the land”
Latest gossip in the Eritrean community: ‘Did you hear about the 19 year old Eritrean who won the marathon?’ Ghirmay Ghebreslassie What? 19-year old? Marathon? Eritrean? This is brilliant. Yep, you read correct; Ghirmay Ghebreslassie won the marathon at the … Continue reading 19 Year-old Winner of Beijing Marathon World Championship
For those of you who have read this title and assumed that it meant there is a party running in opposition (against) Eritrea’s single-party enforced government, then I am truly sorry to disappoint you. That would be false. Now, … Continue reading Opposition Party for Eritrea’s government
Migrants now swimming from Calais to Dover. After reading an article published by the BBC ‘Calais migrant crisis: France sends extra police to Channel Tunnel’ I decided to question whether this extra policing, really is a solution? Thomas (a migrant … Continue reading ‘I swam 600 metres’ for the human rights land