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India : Red, Love, Passion..

red .. love, passion, .., originally uploaded by EyeCatchr.


October 31, 2008 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

A Touch of Wisdom – Ale Ramírez


A touch of wisdom – Ale Ramírez, originally uploaded by Ale Ramirez.

“Somewhere near Hampi, in India, we met a sadhu. It was a warm and humid day and he invited us to have a rest at his cool and shadowy house. He had rasta white hair covered under a colourful orange tunic and a messy white beard as well. His hands were long, very long and expressive. This is the moment when he takes my friend’s palm and starts telling her tings about her self. It was a magical moment. “

Some interesting photographs on Flickr..

October 31, 2008 at 2:17 pm Leave a comment

Al-Qaeda Hails Financial Crisis

Al-Qaeda is watching the U.S. stock market’s downward slide with something akin to jubilation, with its leaders hailing the financial crisis as a vindication of its strategy for crippling America’s economy through endless, costly foreign wars against Islamic insurgents.

How interesting…. read here.

Some cartoons..

October 22, 2008 at 12:29 pm Leave a comment

More on Sarah Palin

Comedians on Sarah Palin – Part I

Comedians on Sarah Palin – Part II

October 5, 2008 at 1:54 pm Leave a comment

The Best of Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin, the US Republican Vice Presidential candidate, has to be the biggest political mistake on the face of this planet. Unimgainably ignorant and verbally-challenged, her every public appearance just seems to pull down Senator John McCain’s chances of being elected to Presidency.

Palin experience: Mayor of a remote Alaskan town for 6 years, Governor of Alaska for 2 years, and 1 year chairing the Alaskan Oil & Gas Conservation Commission. Thats it!! On the basis of simply her experience, I can’t imagine what John McCain’s team was thinking when they selected her. Taking into account that the 72 year old McCain may not survive his first term in office, it’s utterly absurd to think that she could someday be President of the US.

Things get worse, when she rambles on incoherently in interviews, combining the words healthcare, foreign policy, aid, job creation and $700 bailout plan in the same sentence! I’ve never heard her answer a single question with a related answer because she always seems to revert to using the few ideas that she may have been taught just minutes before the interview.

The web is filled with criticisms and parodies of her incompetency – watch the videos below to find out! (The best: Matt Damon’s question!)

Palin on Foreign Policy

Jack Cafferty Tells Us How He Really Feels About Sarah Palin

CNN Laughs It Up Over Sarah Palin Interview

Matt Damon Rips Sarah Palin

So, Sarah Palin – were there dinosaurs?

October 5, 2008 at 1:47 pm Leave a comment

When the US Senate woke up…

It made the two long-awaited decisions: passed the $700 billion financial bailout plan (which can apparently put an end to the financial mess) & approved the Indo-US Nuclear Deal.

October 2, 2008 at 1:12 pm Leave a comment

An hour with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was elected the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran by popular vote in 2005. Known for his rhetoric and ‘controversial’ ideas, he is probably one of the most important figures in the middle-eastern world.

In his second interview at the Charlie Rose Show (telecast on PBS), Ahmadinejad creates the case for a nuclear empowered Iran. He attacks the US government for interfering in the domestic governance & administration of Iraq and other mid-east countries, and questions the responsibility the US has taken upon itself to ‘help’ countries which are apparently in distress. The President also claims that the IAEA is a puppet in the hands of the US which is one of the strongest members. He questions why the US – the strongest nuclear power – does not wish other countries to use the same technology for peaceful purposes. Trashing the idea of any nation actually using nuclear weapons, he claims the Iran aims to advance in nuclear technology as well as biotechnology, nanotechnology, arts, etc.

In the interview, Ahmadinejad also talks about the strategic location of Iran in the middle-east and its role in helping the nations around it. Extending his argument, he questions the interests of the US in Iraq.

Today, news from across the world is (ultimately) biased in favour of the Americans, and we rarely sit up and question what we hear. Why do Americans feel responsible for cleansing the world? Is it really their responsibility?  Do they really have a plan? And, who judges their actions?

There are violent critics on both sides of the fence who could argue endlessly. But, what’s the solution?


I’ve just been directed to President Ahmadinejad’s blog:

October 2, 2008 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment

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