Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Was Jesus a Lunatic?

Jesus’ greatness was obvious to all those who saw and heard him. But, whereas most great people simply fade into history books, Jesus of Nazareth is still the focus of numerous books and media controversy. And much of that controversy revolves around the radical claims Jesus made about himself. As an unheralded carpenter from an obscure Galilean village in Israel, Jesus made claims that, if true, have profound implications on our lives. According to Jesus, you and I are special, part of a grand cosmic scheme, with him as the center of it all. READ MORE


Tuesday, July 29, 2008

What next for Barrack Obama?

Mr. Obama’s ascent is not only because of his youth and background but also because he promises a radical departure from policies of the Bush administration. The United States of America is currently among the worst poorly rated countries, akin to Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and the failed State of Somalia - the only difference being...READ MORE


Monday, July 21, 2008

Why Obama cartoon failed to tickle

A New Yorker cover illustration, showing Barack Obama dressed as a Muslim fist-bumping his gun-toting wife,[SEE CARTOON] fell a foul of the humour police Monday. To some, it was satire. To others, it was aid and comfort to the malice mongers who hide under the rocks of American politics. In the end, it was both.

Like a practical joke, satire can be hysterically funny without a shared catharsis, but that’s often a cruel form of humour. To be effective — if by effective one means a teachable moment, a transformative bump forward in self-awareness — the humour must be widely appreciated....READ MORE


Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Finally, Kenya's Rogue Finance Minister Amos Kimunya Forced to Resign (Read Fired)

Sources close to the treasury indicate that the rogue finance minister, Amos Kimunya was actually fired given the dangerous political temperatures that he was raising in the country....READ MORE


Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Aides to Rogue Kenyan Finance Minister involved in Shady deal Paraded in Shame (Includes Central Bank Governor)

The Grand Regency Hotel changed hands at Sh1.85 billion and not Sh2.9 billion. Earlier reports by the finance minister Amos Kimunya were proved wrong by evidence produced by his cabinet colleague, the Minister for Lands, James Orengo who uncovered newer details about the shady deal.
A Libyan embassy official, Mr Ahmed Mabrouk, said the mission was not involved in the transaction, adding that the matter was purely between investors from his country and the Central Bank of Kenya.
Members of parliament have planned a motion of no confidence in the Finance Minister whose aides in the shady deal were paraded yesterday in shame. The list includes Kenya's Central bank Governor who had earlier denied any links in the transaction…... READ MORE



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