Debunking Poor Arguments in Favor of Guns Access

Debunking Poor Arguments in Favor of Guns Access

Roughly 106 people die in America daily due to gun violence. The numbers are astonishing and alarmingly dangerous. Daily, more than 360 people are shot but somehow manage to survive, many of whom can be traumatized for life. But pro-gun people claim that guns are necessary for any stabilized society, but their arguments are somehow … Read more

Controlled Urban Revitalization: Only Way to Stop Gentrification

Controlled Urban Revitalization: Only Way to Stop Gentrification

Governmental policies to implement community development projects in the erstwhile torn neighborhoods have gained traction with the anti-displacement activists, who often raise their voices against racially motivated gentrification. But many human rights watchdogs are trying to stop gentrification in one way or another. How to stop gentrification? Gentrification can only be stopped by controlled urban … Read more

Kenya’s Deputy President: Overshadows the President’s First Week in Office 

Kenya's Deputy President: Overshadows the President’s First Week in Office 

Dear Riggy G. First LAW of POWER: Never OUTSHINE your MASTER. You did this on Inauguration Day. And today you FLEW in a military PLANE to Kisumu wearing SHADES. Country LOVED it. But remember this from the Arap Moi COOKBOOK of POLITICS: The Presidency is a JEALOUS institution. — Mutahi Ngunyi (@MutahiNgunyi) September 23, 2022 … Read more

What was the Primary Motivation for Campaigns Promoting Human Rights?

What was the Primary Motivation for Campaigns Promoting Human Rights?

Many human rights issues came into the spotlight in the 20th century, which prompted human rights campaigns to make their relevance in the world. The primary motivation for campaigns promoting human rights in the 20th century was to stop the holocaust, reduce the horrors of World Wars, help newly independent countries from the aftershocks of … Read more

Freedom of Speech: Its Undeniable Role in Keeping Societies Functional

Freedom of Speech: Its Undeniable Role in Keeping Societies Functional

For a long time, democracy has proven itself the best governing model in every country among all the other governance systems. And freedom of speech is an essential part of this system that keeps society functional. Freedom of speech is undoubtedly necessary to keep societies functional since it unleashes more avenues of progress in any … Read more

What do Charles Manson and Trump have in common?

What do Charles Manson and Trump have in common?

Charles Manson is considered one of the most radical cult leaders in American history. So, many people compare Charles Manson and Donald Trump, especially after the January 6 Congress riots. Both Charles Manson and Trump indirectly killed people. While Manson did it through cult supremacy, Trump did it in Congress riots. Similarly, both Trump and … Read more

Draconian Media Censorship in Kenya? Ruto Ready to Walk Trump’s Path

Draconian Media Censorship in Kenya? Ruto Ready to Walk Trump's Path

Today is Inauguration Day in Kenya. As William Ruto has taken the oath of the presidential office, Kenya News media houses watch with bated breath to see if the incoming administration will respect freedom of the press as enshrined in Kenya’s Constitution. According to the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) organization, “Although guaranteed by the 2010 … Read more

Moment of Shame: America-Tanzania “Collusion” to Persecute the Maasai Community

Moment of Shame: America-Tanzania "Collusion" to Persecute the Maasai Community

Tanzania’s inhumane treatment of the Maasai community continues despite the global outcries of justice for the oppressed people. Now the Tanzanian Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa, is bribing local leaders to speed up the evictions so that the whole episode looks voluntary and peaceful. In the absence of free media and the ongoing persecution of journalists, … Read more

Rebirth of Fascism: Hitler Must Be Proud of the Tanzanian Government for Maasai Inhumane Eviction

Rebirth of Fascism: Hitler Must Be Proud of the Tanzanian Government for Maasai Inhumane Eviction

“Should there be any conflict between the interests of the game and the human inhabitants, those of the latter must take precedence.”   The Sixth Phase Government under President Samia Suluhu Hassan cannot escape the blame for the ongoing violence in the Ngorongoro district in the Arusha region against the Maasai tribe. This tribe has … Read more

European Union New Tech Law: A Nightmare of Elon Musk

European Union New Tech Law: A Nightmare of Elon Musk

While Elon Musk is on an apparent mission to make social media better and more transparent, it has spurred a lot of debate about the type of ambitions he is up for. The latest attempt of Musk to buy Twitter came days after the Europe deal, in which the continent moved forward to make the … Read more

Expansion of Russia War: A Broader War Would Be a Global Conflict

Expansion of Russia War: A Broader War Would Be a Global Conflict

Peaceful ideologies are shattering in the Russian-Ukraine warfare as the violence continues even after the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. At a time when there are mounting fears that the war is likely to spread beyond the border of Ukraine, the situation is getting uncontrolled as Russia is starting its … Read more

Is Elon Musk’s Twitter Plan Really Feasible?

Is Elon Musk's Twitter Plan Really Feasible?

After months of bragging about the idea of buying Twitter, Elon Musk is finally acquiring the platform. When the deal was finalized, Musk showed the list of possible things he wanted to do with the platform, which according to him, would stand it out from the crowd. “Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning … Read more

Afghanistan’s Landmines Problem: The Worst is Yet to Come

Afghanistan's Landmines Problem: The Worst is Yet to Come

Eight months down the line of American withdrawal from Afghanistan, the country’s economic and social condition is worse than ever. The post-America withdrawal is getting messier every day, with the threat of civil war remaining high amid the ignorance of the world toward human rights in the war-torn country. Afghanistan’s landmines: Ticking time Bombs are … Read more

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