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Saturday 10 August 2013

Propping The 'Ganda; Enmity-Laced News In Brief

Enmity - the feeling of hatred or hostility towards someone or something. This is one of Satan's greatest tools in his inevitably futile quest to bring humanity down to its knees and thus staring at his varicose-veined rickety shinbones. It's the minor differences between us that he uses for us to attack each other; be it gender, race, age, sexuality, look, mental and physical capacity; the factors are many. These variables amongst us are maliciously manipulated, which then causes so much unnecessary pain and sorrow.

This extremely negative emotion has ensued since the true original sin in the Garden of Eden, where Satan disobeyed God by not prostrating to Adam, as he feels his fire-like Jinn being is superior to that of his clay-created human counterpart (the act of prostrating in this case was to simply follow God's command and to acknowledge and amicably greet Adam for what Allah has made him as and for). An unmeasurable amount of people have been discriminated against and killed solely due to these differences - it's simply not right.In the present day, the media delivers to us a bombarding barrage of news stories, where both the blatant and subliminal levels of enmity enveloped are high in concentrate, prompting and goading many of us to further spread ignorance and prejudice to others. Sure, we have distinctions between ourselves; after all, no two people have the same fingerprints. Once we realise that if we embrace the diversity within the human race, we can develop and increase positive relations in it.

Love, not hate.

'GANDA STORY #1: UKIP Politician refers to the Third World as "Bongo Bongo Land" in foreign aid row

Godfrey Bloom, a MEP representative for the UKIP party is irate at the amount of money the UK government gives overseas in foreign aid, and the way he thinks it's being spent: "How we can possibly be giving a billion pounds a month, when we're in this sort of debt, to bongo bongo land is completely beyond me...To buy Ray-Ban sunglasses, apartments in Paris, Ferraris and all the rest of it that goes with most of the foreign aid. F-18s for Pakistan...We need a new squadron of F-18s. Who's got the squadrons? Pakistan, where we send the money".
This comes as in June UK coalition Chancellor George Osbourne announced within the annual Budget an increase in external expenditure by £800million to £11.1billion for 2015-6 in what's known as the DFID (Department For International Development), whilst cutting spending in other areas such as education, transport and sport/culture/media.
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'GANDA STORY #2: Oprah Winfrey denied buying a handbag as "it's too expensive" for her

Self-made billionaire Winfrey was refused from even having a look at the $38,000 (£24,000) crocodile skin bag, let alone purchasing it whilst perusing the affluent streets of Zurich, Switzerland. Being a guest at soul singer Tina Turner's birthday in the Swiss city, the talkshow mogul encountered unexpected resistance at the Tom Ford flagship store, with the shop assistant diverting Oprah to look at bags that were much more cheaper than the black one Ms. Winfrey was interested in.

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'GANDA STORY #3: Stephen Fry wishes for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia to be moved in reaction to passing of Russian anti-gay laws

Although the British actor and TV personality admits a boycott is unlikely, he is vociferous in his disdain towards the seemingly anti-gay law passed in Russia that fines anyone that is seen to "promote" or give any sort of information about homosexuality to under 18's. Fry has appealed to UK competitors at the Sochi Games to perform a gesture that eerily resembles the death-come-Skull & Bones-esque symbol in protest to the new legislature, which many feel is not just anti-gay, but a somewhat partial ban on freedom of speech.
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