Continuous change and improvement is a fundamental theme of a country’s revolution. If the people’s living and working conditions fail to improve, it is time for a second revolution. A good example is the recent Sudanese revolution. The French revolution, as the first public uprising,
Repressive governments use sophisticated digital censorship and surveillance alongside more traditional methods to silence independent media. A special report by the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Eritrea is the world's most censored country, according to a list compiled by the Committee to Protect Journalists. The list is based
The Bleak reality of Isayas Afwerki's Adminstration
Presentated by Guenter Schroeder
What a disaster!
Excerpts from the transcript of the presentation.
Eritrean population and gender balance:
Normal society's gender ratio between male and female is 50/50 with only like slight variations for forty nine point eight to fifty point to or vice
Polarization usually refers to how people think or sustain viewpoints or beliefs that drive them apart. Some people are enthused by a dangerous and dubious ideas that may gradually lead them to acquire a more extreme viewpoint which isolate or separate them from others. Polarization
What does it take to overthrow a dictator? Reflecting on this question in exile, Leon Trotsky wrote in History of the Russian Revolution (1930):
There is no doubt that the fate of every revolution at a certain point is decided by a break in the disposition of the
Fetsum: The current situation under the surveillance of the third-eye (PART I)
At this juncture in our struggle for freedom and peace, it seems like our issues are shrinking to few relevant questions that we must resolve before that dude gets lost from the Eritrean reality. Everything must,