Check out this thought-provoking exposé about just what our descendants in 100 years will think of what we´ve done. Incarceration, Animal/Machine rights, the rights of future generations and more…
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The Wayuu are an indigenous tribe in Colombia, based in the north-eastern tip of the country, the magical, hot, dry desert lands of La Guajira.
Their beautiful, colourful handmade bags, called ‘Mochillas’, produced by its female members are the primary source of income for the tribe. They have also become a fashion fad in major cities around the world.
While the Mochillas may be “trendy” accessories for upscale shoppers, the life of the Wayuu community is far from glamourous. Let down by their own Government for Centuries, the Wayuu people battle Drought, Malnutrition, and Corruption….CCTV America’s Toby Muse reports.
An interesting article. It´s fascinating to ruminate on the what-if’s of significant historical events, and for Colombia, none more significant than the tragic assassination of Luis Carlos Galan
I get the feeling you are right in what you say about him not being able to drastically change the course of this Nation, as great an Orator and true of moral compass, as he was. After all the most pressing concerns, the ‘Devils Horns’ of Corruption and Violence, have been firmly entrenched here since before the days of the ‘Liberator’ Simon Bolivar.
I’m from New Zealand, and I have a theory about Australians and their historically criminal genetic make-up (modern immigration aside). I also believe we can apply this theory, in some measure, here in Gran Colombia, after all, the very ‘Conquerors’ where of similar criminal stock, were they not?
A Kiwi’s homage to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in English. “For he who has a memory, it’s easy to remember, for he who has a heart, it’s difficult to forget” Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1927 – 2014) R.I.P. El Gabo
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So, please continue, and may she bless all who read her.
Here’s Pele saying he reckons Colombia is one of the favourites for the World Cup.
Old Pele’s trying to put a bad spell on Colombia man, calling them one of the favourites (without the confirmed appearance of their best player) is just going to make all of Colombia, and them over-confident, and take their eye off the ball against Japan or Greece, and it will be all over…don’t listen to Pele, Colombia!
Besides that, he’s got a reputation as a bad caller of games. Romario said “Pele is a poet when he keeps his mouth shut”, current Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari delivered the legendary line, “I believe Pele knows nothing about football. His analysis always turns out to be wrong. If you want to win a title, you have to listen to Pele and then do the opposite.”
Let’s not forget that Pele also predicted Colombia would win the World Cup in USA 1994, they finished bottom of their group and went home after the first round.
Check this out…and let’s hope Pele listens to Romario!