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Steve posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 26 2016

2,50,000 civilians might die in Aleppo in the next 10 days!

While Russian and Syrian forces exterminating the evil, US and Saudi intelligence forces came to an agreement on giving a chance for ISIS terrorists to leave safely Mosul before US-led coalition starts bombing the city. More than 9,000 Daesh fighters from Mosul will be redeployed to eastern Syria. It proves again who is really interested in struggling against terrorists, and who is the ISIS ally.

While Russian and Syrian forces exterminating the evil, US and Saudi intelligence forces came to an agreement on giving a chance for ISIS terrorists to leave safely Mosul before US-led coalition starts bombing the city. More than 9,000 Daesh fighters from Mosul will be redeployed to eastern Syria. I
Steve posted an opinion to a discussionNov, 21 2016

All Hail Americas confused NeoLiberalism!

At the end of the day Obama is wolf in sheep's clothing. Exactly like HRC he has a public and a private position.He is a gifted speaker who knows how to say all the right, progressive liberal things to get people to go along much better than HRC ever did. But that lip service is where his progressive views begin and stop. It's the very reason none of his promises never translated into actions and I will argue that he was the biggest and smoothest scam artist to enter the white house who got even though that wholly opposed centre-right policies, to flip and support them vehemently. Even when he had the Presidency, House and Senate, he never once introduced any progressive liberal policy. He didn't need Republican support to do it, yet he never even tried.

At the end of the day Obama is wolf in sheep's clothing. Exactly like HRC he has a public and a private position.He is a gifted speaker who knows how to say all the right, progressive liberal things to get people to go along much better than HRC ever did. But that lip service is where his progressiv
A person you follow posted a new opinion on Nov, 09 2016

Trump won, Do people love Trump or hate Hillary more?

Albert had posted

Hillary herself is very fake, has way too much baggage from the past, has questionable morals, and panders to corporate crony interests and the war party above all, which



Every single allegation against them from Whitewater to the Travel Agency of the nineties with the whole sordid spectacle of the special prosecutor spending millions to come up with nothing, to the Republican blowhards filled with moral outrage at Bill's private sex activities, later quite a few of them found to be cheating, following boys or simply having affairs showing the pathetic hypocrisy of the whole charade. Fast forward to today, we have Benghazi, the emails and so on, utterly groundless accusations, obviously politically motivated and quite stupid to boot. Again millions were spent on this new political charade. Even in your article now, in your attempt to be balanced, you review all charges as if they warranted, anything other than an utter rubbish verdict. Anyone who has been through the sustained, unfair witch hunt Hillary has gone through, and fought through it deserves a lot more trust than anyone else, let alone the cretin she is running against.

Every single allegation against them from Whitewater to the Travel Agency of the nineties with the whole sordid spectacle of the special prosecutor spending millions to come up with nothing, to the Republican blowhards filled with moral outrage at Bill's private sex activities, later quite a few of

Steve posted an opinion to a discussionSep, 02 2016

The Olympics Cost Cities Dearly And Rio Is No Exception

Hosting the Olympics isnt the badge of honour it was many, many years ago. Now it simply brands a city so people can see where the selfish drive of their politicians and lobbyists rode roughshod over the common sense of the population and simple economics. Its always 3-4 times over budget. The vital public infrastructure projects get phased out so they can spend more money on the bling of new stadiums. And once the Olympics has left it leaves behind 100s of soon forgotten articles about the glory of the games, some fond memories that slowly fade and then an avalanche of news concerning the utter corruption that built the event.
Hosting the Olympics isnt the badge of honour it was many, many years ago. Now it simply brands a city so people can see where the selfish drive of their politicians and lobbyists rode roughshod over the common sense of the population and simple economics. Its always 3-4 times over budget. The vi
Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 08 2016

It is high time we start thinking on how to make HAL more lean and divide it into different govt. entities

Sahil had posted

HAL, NAL, DRDO, I.I.Sc. etc. are agencies/institutions on whom the government spends huge amounts of money. These behemoths provide guaranteed lifelong direct/indirect em



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 08 2016

Year on Year the Earth overshoot day is coming in August and its a matter of shame!

Paras had posted

Our worst problem will be ensuring a sustainable water and food supply as we continue to lose huge amounts of cropland to record heat, record drought, decreasing annual r



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 08 2016

With social media roaring about Indians qualifying/participating in Olympics, it is because of lack of will and cash that India wins so few Olympic medals

Rohit pande had posted

Its almost 1/5th of humanity is not participating in the Olympics. Is it the race or sports politics or is it the craze of cricket to blame ?



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 08 2016

The US elections is not the only elections that should be on your radar. UN might and should have a women Secretary General

Shanu had posted

One should keep in mind that there is a widely shared common understanding in the UN that the rotational turn of Eastern Europe this time should be respected, provided th



Steve agreed with an opinion onAug, 05 2016

Despite Bommai judgment the misuse of Article 356 is taking place, the Judiciary can and should stop its misuse

Mayank had posted

Until the Bommai judgement(1994), there was a rampant abuse of power of Union govt over state govt through the article 356 which stipulates Presidents rule. It was in thi



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 05 2016

Open source revolution is here and we should be a part of it

Puneet had posted

The rationale behind patents and proprietary rights is to spur further innovation by rewarding new inventions. However, this doctrine is intrinsically skewed towards larg



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 05 2016

With Public Racism and Xenophobia, similarities with the buildup to the Second World War are real

Vijay Arur had posted

The economic crisis of the 1930s was a mere pinprick compared to the possible economic catastrophe facing the world in the coming years. Humanity, collectively, has never



Steve posted an opinion to a discussionAug, 04 2016

Can the debt-fuelled model of growth cope with ageing populations?

The debt-fueled model of growth worked for the generations that ran it up, and awarded themselves pieces of paper that said younger generations had to pay them back. Not so much for the generations paying those debts back. I worry more about countries where rich and entitled generations will be supported by smaller, poorer ones, such as the U.S., than countries where poor and self sacrificing generations will be supported smaller but richer ones, such as China.
The debt-fueled model of growth worked for the generations that ran it up, and awarded themselves pieces of paper that said younger generations had to pay them back. Not so much for the generations paying those debts back. I worry more about countries where rich and entitled generations will be sup
Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 04 2016

How long can China’s economy be this Strong ?

Alice had posted

Talking of balance should reasonably at least present the ratio of the two, searching out the data I found the 2.8%-growing private investment is the private fixed asset



Steve agreed with an opinion onAug, 04 2016

Bring on the next bubble! Bubbles have usually been more empowerment for more people

Shubham had posted

The first stage of inflating a balloon is hard, as the surface tension per unit increase in volume is considerable. As inflation occurs, the rate of growth must fall, but



Steve disagreed with an opinion onAug, 04 2016

BJP's pakistan strategy is falling flat. Why, I ask why is BJP still following a failed strategy

Aditya Singh had posted

I guess a lot of postive things could be seen from the home minister visit to Pakistan for SAARC summit , firstly the way protest was shown against Indian Home minister s



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