Saturday, June 25, 2011

Current History.

Rwanda genocide perpetrators brought to justice including a female who was female minister during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and was a perpetrator of leading the genocide and rape. Justice is finally finally served over ten years later. She is sentenced to life in jail.

The Winklevoss twins are back at it again in seeking further reparation from the technology giant facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerburg.

EU bullies Greece into further cuts in essential government spending and significant tax hikes on an already over taxed nation otherwise essential EU funds will not be dispersed to Greece and Greece will be forced to default on its upcoming loan payments in July.

Car bomb hits a hospital in the Eastern Logar province of Azra in Afghanistan. At least 27 dead and 53 injured. Many at the hospital were women, children, and elderly people according to provincial leader Din Mohammed Darwaish. This is purported to be one of the most deadly civilian attacks since 2001.
Taliban spokesman denies claims that they were behind the severe civilian based attack.
U.S. President Obama will be gradually pulling out troops and will be completely removed by 2013 despite recent events and the seeming increase in civilian casualties in recent months.

Gay marriage legalized in the state of New York. 6th state to accept the policy.

Sunday, June 12, 2011


I can't help but feel like my generation is apart of something greater. One massive movement for change; a change for the better. Dictatorships are being replaced by democracy and greater freedom of speech and equality and opportunity.

Coldplay's newest song "Every teardrop is a waterfall" is compelling and uplifting. I can't help but place this song (in my own mind, that is) as the theme song for the revolutions that are taking place world-wide. Check out the static youtube video of their newest song with the attached link!