19 mai 2008

A hazard called Sarkozy

Maybe you all know what I think about the president of my country, Nicolas Sarkozy, who celebrated two weeks ago the first birthday of his election. As you may all know, I totally disagree with his policies concerning foreign affairs, immigration, security and economy. The last policy I talked about will be the point of my article. First, I would like to summarize briefly the economic situation of France which is not that great, and this is a euphemism. Indeed, the public debt increased in 2007 and it represents 64.2 % of the GDP,... [Lire la suite]
Posté par FabMars89 à 04:51 - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]

19 mai 2008

Myanmar's disaster

On the May 2nd 2008, quite recently in fact, a hurricane violently hit Myanmar (or Burma, both are accepted) provoking around 77 000 deaths according to the military junta, but the result seems to be heavier that what we’re told, reaching between 100 000 and 300 000 according to the United Nations. This tragic events would provoke much more havocs than the terrible tsunami of December 2004 which killed around 100 000 people in the whole Asia. So, we have really good reasons to be upset about the situation, because the most frightening... [Lire la suite]
Posté par FabMars89 à 04:28 - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
05 mai 2008

Is the European Union, an incomprehensible organization?

As far as I remember, the main conversations I had about the European Union were not that great. Indeed, most of people don’t understand a lot about the European Union and are a bit afraid about it. I admit that I was one of them during many years, and even today, I don’t pretend to understand everything. Of course, most of people in Europe are proud to belong to the most important and successful regional organization on earth. But why people are not that enthusiastic about it? The reason of such an incomprehension between the... [Lire la suite]
Posté par FabMars89 à 04:38 - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]
05 mai 2008

The powder of the world

Today, Condoleezza Rice went to Israel in order to ask Ehoud Olmert, the Israeli prime minister, to break the walls its country built around the Palestinian territory. The United States, since the last year when George W. Bush decided to solve the problem in Israel and Palestine, changed their position in this geopolitical problem, and we must applause it.                 We can’t forget the unlimited support of George W. Bush towards Israel and against, in a sense, the Palestinian... [Lire la suite]
Posté par FabMars89 à 04:11 - Commentaires [0] - Permalien [#]