Quick update on JJR’s review of Confessions of an Economic hitman…JJR adds in the comments section, in case you missed it…
I was think of Kenya when writing this comment about the book:
â??Ever wonder how the US lined up so many countries in Africa and Central / South America for Bushâ??s â??coalition of the willingâ? to invade Iraq? Was it not further interesting that those countries who supported Bush on Iraq were given massive debt relief from World Bank and other loans a few years later?â?
Tanzania was on the debt relief list but Kenya was not. Guess which of these two countries refused to join Bushâ??s so-called â??coalition of the willingâ?? Here is a list of the 150 countries who refused to join:
hmm, i finished the book, and i hadnt really thought about the link between the fact that Kenya’s debt was not forgiven and the ‘war on terror’, or is it the ‘struggle against global extremism’ or…wotteva the new phrase is.
Iscatterlings is a blog i stumbled across via muti, i am hooked. KP i think you might like this one. Be sure to read his series on technobilge or verbal tech kung fu[i borrowed the phrase…gee cant remember from where] – (someone speaking with too much tech jargon that it confounds understanding…) and ‘Dear World’
I – my fellow africans, am in the Mixx with Magaidi! check it out!
On the solar front, there is soo much information on this link to The International Solar Energy Society. (thanks Brian!)
This coming week, i will attempt to answer any solar questions you may have. I am not an expert, but i can look up a decent answer to questions you can throw at me. Please post the questions in the comments section or email me afromusing at gmail [this should be fun!] Have a great weekend y’all.