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The Next 100 Years

American political scientist George Friedman made a forecast in this book that is contrary to what most of us would make judging by what is happening nowadays only. The 21st century, according to him, will be abundant in technological improvements of any kind, demographic crises, and also wars similar to what we have seen in The Fifth Element, Star Wars, and other books and movies picturing the future. Continue reading

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An American living in North Korea??? That’s right. (Part 2)

Daniel Gordon’s Crossing the Line, a movie on James Dresnok’s life in North Korea, for one reason or another, is not allowed to stay on Youtube for a long time. Shortly after I first talked about it, the movie was removed from Youtube but today I randomly saw it again browsing on one of the most innovative websites ever. Continue reading

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An American living in North Korea??? That’s right.

Many people still think that it’s unthinkable for an American to live in North Korea. Crossing the Line shows the exact opposite.

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Barack Obama compared with George W. Bush on Bagram detainees

Today’s Huffington Post came out with this article on their home page. Although it merely explains the matter, it looks as if authors Nedra Pickler (who appears to have had numerous blunders so far… click here and here) and Matt Apuzzo are trying to criticize the President’s standing on the issue of Afghan detainees, not to mention its title whose purpose, of course, was to make people read the article but it appears to have certain side effects (we can tell what).

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