For a man who has placed “hope” at the centre of his campaign, Barack Obama can sound pretty darned depressing.
The New York Philharmonic's concert encouraged observers in South Korea to speak about signs of change in the northern neighbor, but this may be wishful thinking.
Barack Obama is now the favorite. During a televised debate featuring the contending candidates for the democratic nomination for the White House, Hillary Clinton seemed to be more on the offensive of the two, attacking her opponent for lack of substance and plagiarized words. The only political disagreement between [Read more]
Charismatic politicians in America always summon great opposition. So much that malignant forces consider it a solemn duty to extinguish “the ignited light”, if necessary by murder. It is a diabolical dialectic.
The problem with Barack Obama is thus the limit of his imagination, for the hope he has managed to generate in young and progressive Americans of all colours and creeds has now far surpassed his own limited courage.