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September 18, 2011

"With over 1,300 exhibitors, DSEi is the key event for the defence and security community. It provides a unique platform to view the latest equipment and systems from the world’s defence and security industry, such as BAE Systems, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Finmeccanica. DSEi provides an opportunity for visitors to develop international relationships and generate new business opportunities."

"With over 1,300 exhibitors, DSEi is the key event for the defence and security community. It provides a unique platform to view the latest equipment and systems from the world’s defence and security industry, such as BAE Systems, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Finmeccanica. DSEi provides an opportunity for visitors to develop international relationships and generate new business opportunities."

August 8, 2011

Going a little back in the memory lane. Guardian had reported in great detail the cuts that will affect the much needed / critical social and public services in Britain... Read on as we see the anger on the streets tonight.

(Original Article from Guardian>>>)

Going a little back in the memory lane. Guardian had reported in great detail the cuts that will affect the much needed / critical social and public services in Britain... Read on as we see the anger on the streets tonight.

(Original Article from Guardian>>>)

August 7, 2011

In 2011, everyday thousands of people die by unnatural/ man-made causes.  While the people in Africa may seen to be the victims of a natural disaster, the fact is that Africa has been colonised by western powers and divided and shared among the "white men" who saw themselves as the masters of the African people and many problems we see today in Africa goes back to these days.

In 2011, everyday thousands of people die by unnatural/ man-made causes.  While the people in Africa may seen to be the victims of a natural disaster, the fact is that Africa has been colonised by western powers and divided and shared among the "white men" who saw themselves as the masters of the African people and many problems we see today in Africa goes back to these days.