Friday 24 August 2012



As I always state, Hugo Chavez was a super-hero to me until I talked to Venezuelans; not one but hundreds of them from all quarters of Venezuela.  Same goes with Muammar al-Gaddafi, Sadam Hussein and Ahmedijan. Masses of their respective countries hate them for ruining the pubic life. On the other hand, close analysis will reveal that they were not as bad as what the western media paint.

Further on the topic, we all know that Idi Amin and Robert Mugabe are big black patches in the global human rights map. However, if you are patient enough to go through the literature on Uganda and Zimbabwe  you may find that there are some people, although rare, still praise the two characters for giving some sense of pride to the respective nations over the ruthless colonial rulers that destroyed those countries.

When you analyse anything in your life, this "black and white" nature of the universe may clearly be understood and taken into account.

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