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True. I'm beginning to sound like a broken record but it comes back to leadership. These deals are made at a national political level and fostered by leaders i.e. President, cabinet, ambassadors, motions via parliament, etc. To refine the nature of these 'deals' (e.g. in a way they tip the scale inRead more
I completely agree with you - that's what needs to be done. But, again, this hinges on research at a policy level, which then hinges on national politics. In short, we still need someone/some people with knowledge (and in positions of effecting the same knowledge to action) to take initiative.
I did not say the middle-class are solely to blame nor did I say countries don't need one. I also did not say my assessment applies to all the middle-class but rather a disproportionate portion critical for development. I simply analysed the middle-class as a critical section in effecting change, orRead more
In my view, there is no 'pro' to foreign aid. A more accurate term is 'foreign deal' not aid. This is because all support coming into Africa, and Kenya in particular, from foreigners has strings attached. I can't get into the details right now, but trust me, I have worked for international organisatRead more
What I can share is this; in my experience, the older I get the wiser I get and the more I learn the more I discover that I know very little ... As Socrates once said, "If there's something I know, is that I know nothing." Paradox. I once posted something on Mental Health, I hope it will help your iRead more
I hear you. I have come to learn that most bullies (whether male or female) are people with chronic low self-esteem. This then drives them to ‘compensate’ through anti-social behaviour (not to say that everyone who suffers from low self-esteem in effect automatically deals with it in this way or theRead more
Very interesting views. For the record , I believe beauty is not an absolute concept nor an objective one. Beauty (or if you will, aesthetics = philosophy of beauty) is both a relative concept as it is a subjective one. What you may find beautiful I may find 'unbeautiful'; what one culture extols asRead more
It's also amusing how people are quick to mete 'justice' as if they themselves are squeaky clean ...
Work hard and stop relying on shortcuts. You are entitled to nothing. Work.