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Hot Issues on the Spot:
Come back again to the Horn of Africa and smile back. Weeping is nonsense in the tragicomedy age where all the ruling elites as proved to be, through the political history until now (in 2009) comitragedy makers! I know, I should say tragicomedy makers.
You're about to read here on the Horn of Africa's PoliticalScene about ...
- The Waste Horn of Africa!
- The Distraction of People.
- The Misery of the Old and Present Days.
- Youth and the "Neo-Globalism" (Impact of the Fallen Marxism).
- Final Refugees of The World.
- Resignation In Honour.
- Acting Globally.
- Today's Proverb.
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Whenever I look into the Political Scene
in our misfortunate continent and focus on Politics, Business and Love
, I found myself wondering about many happenings.
I always wonder about these three concepts above.
I wonder also about their connection.
I wonder further about this (connection's DSL).
This connection's DSL (Degree, Standard and Level) has connected actually to my mentality while I was carrying out my job as journalist and caused many unsettled problems to me so I have no rest for a long time. I am unrest for almost the complete years of maturity.
I do believe that the first line connection between politics, business
is something worth thinking about, until some gangs in politics use the religion to make crisis. That's exactly what had happened in Sudan
. In this case, the connection between politics, business and religion is the cause of the deterioration in every level of living in Sudan. However, those who use the religion in political power, do that through some kinds of dirty businesses.
Well, Deterioration, Disaster
make valuable thoughts sometimes. If you've any experience pertaining to these (DDT) here on this line go and post them on one of these three Groups in my Network. You will catch the entire network below. If you're a colleague Journalist, go to your special HOA News Agency
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Well, following the rhythm of the Political Scene; Deterioration, Disaster
in my homeland and some other countries are really working like a (DDT). Therefore, I quoted them that way because those who created them to rule Sudan, make them and use them to wash brain their people and if not, to wash them from Sudan.
There will remain obviously those who want to be part or run never minded under the business of politics and the religion's decision-making circles. This is absolutely reversal to what moderate politics, honest business and pure love to the people should do.
I had practised politics as journalist and experienced the issues of the area over thirty years, working in many countries and different newspapers and magazines, and keeping sometimes in deep connection with some decision-making circles. I lived very hard conditions for a long time, having no access to normal life in my homeland.
I have not participated in any kind of business
, until the year 1989, when some gangs of National Islamic Front (NIF) in the army used the military forces to take over power, confiscate democracy and ban my office amongst others.
Well, I have never thought of doing a business out of my political engagements. I have had that feeling of the connection between politics, business and love in away I could not imagine somebody to misuse them. To that standard, I thought people in the leadership or the leaders of society as journalists should be very honest in politics, business and love to keep those mediums as very clean as possible.
When I take business as a vital gear in the economy, I consider there are only two economical theories in the world, Communism and Capitalism. I believe there is no third way in economy, although I believe that I am revisionist.
However, the NIF's leaders of the coup think of a third way although they have created the biggest deterioration in the economy of the country before the coup, by creating what they call the Islamic banks and the marginal currency markets. They did that in what we call the "false third democratic period" to topple the government of Prime Minister Sadiq El-Mahadi, although the brain behind the coup, Hassan El-Turabi is his brother-in-law.
According to their vision, the leaders of the coup organized the first economical conference in the country.
When a confrontation happened, at the close of conference, between me and the regime first economical decision maker, Colonel Salah Karar, I fled the capital city of Khartoum to the eastern Sudan, where I engaged in small dealing merchandise, on one of the people's marginal markets. Those marginal markets were different from those created by the dictatorial regime. They were simply unauthorized markets for some poor people to sell local products for very low profits.
I did that business the way I was carrying out my job as a journalist saying the truth about my goods and how much they cost me like my father did. I knew I would sell more by keeping low profits on those items.
It was also a way to hide myself for a while, wearing local dresses, dealing like small handlers, and sharing their visions and the way they talk. I forgot everything about my professional language, while chatting with them and sharing the same feelings those local marketers have. I fled the market place with them, whenever the municipality guards rushed on their way to check for licenses and confiscate the goods for their own benefits.
However, through this business experiences and while being there I found a way to get through the eastern borders, escaping the hell on the other side of the mountain to the Eritrean Red Sea paradise
It was a real paradise that time. It had the best European climate and my daughter found pleasure to run after the mist to catch it while it was on the air at her reach. I am missing it so much! In addition, Eritrea
has strong impression in my daughter until now. She does not forget the Eritrean languages.
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page and follow this paragraph here to Eritrea, the Red Sea Paradise
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