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Africa libre!

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Recently, travelling around and listening to a car radio with one ear I heard that WHO (World Health Organisation) is predicting 3 million people are about to starve to death shortly in some … Continue reading

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Beans are beans

from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger The other day, finding a remnant of an originally good meal in the fridge, I was considering the option of disgarding it or somehow salvaging it. Having been born shortly after the last … Continue reading

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august memories / 03

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 3rd August, 1921 : Russia is in the grip of a terrible famine and its Bolshevik leaders are appealing to the world community for help. Some 18 million people are said to be starving, … Continue reading

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june memories / 27

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST)  27th June, 1969 : The four million people remaining in the beleaguered Biafra are facing starvation in the wake of the Nigerian Government’s ban on night flights by the Red Cross. The British Government … Continue reading

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China again

Publikováno v Novinách č.284 a www.cs-magazin ČÍNSKÉ VLNOBITÍ PAVEL JACKO „I’ll not open the door. Who is it?“ cried Fear Courage opened the door. There was nothing there. Když je necháme, vlny nám seberou pláže. Dlouhodobé geologické procesy se ovlivňují … Continue reading

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