Studies released from various scholarly outlets that showed the damaging effects of marijuana use were actually results from a study on television-watching habits.
I wasn’t always so pessimistic about the pecking order, but after several encounters with corporate greed, which I will divulge shortly, I knew where I stood—firmly opposed to corporate interests.
Reliant upon constant high-speed connections, a new paradigm is slowly emerging where businesses spring up based on clients' “sharing” ideas, resources, knowledge, goods, or services. These services reflect the increasing ability of more people to individually participate in the economy and society via sharing and technology.
The New York Times has struck a low blow on our dignity as Africans, insulting us at will in the article by Jeffery Gettleman. It is heinous and The New Times stance for Google's feeling of entitlement in Africa, and to African business is stupefying, silly and above all dehumanizing. Africans can and have gone digital on their own. A striking example, which no one doubts is Rwanda! Even then, the Jewish idiot in Jeffrey Gettleman is quick to turn on Rwanda describing it in dehumanizing language.
A diet of cheap labor has affected nations with unprecedented illness. Treatment is challenging, but researchers are desperately searching for a cure.
Ultimately, true education instills a discipline upon us that commands us to toil when we are tired, to persevere until the job is done; and for those of us who have reached the summit of scholastic achievement, to conceive of a job that, though it is yet to exist, necessitates doing.
For example, why are we so proud of The Asante Chief who is only worth $10M when he sits on some of the biggest mineral reserves in the world? Twi-Speaking Ghana must ask themselves the simple question. Why? Should he not be worth billions?
The conventional version of work is quite a bit more attuned to ownership compared to the modern lifestyle where we toil all the same but do not own anything.
This whole conflict is simple. The only end game is another cold war. Who benefits? Those who are needed: the US Military and its Industrial Complex. It is desperately cynical, all the more so because it is transparently obvious. The Western media are right along with it.
The oligarchies of the west and their Bilderberger intellectual leaders will tell us in Africa to believe that they seek our interest and well being. My old grandmother in the village in the deepest heart of Africa does not believe that. I am I and as a true African, I follow my grandmother, I do not believe them either.