“Just keep doing what you’ve been doing, everyone, that’s how Donald Trump will become president of the U.S.”
“Samantha Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said “I congratulate the people of Chad whose dogged, decades-long pursuit of justice made this day possible.”
“As you probably know, ‘Anonymous’ is an ultra-secretive, underground, very loosely ‘organized’ group of hackers whose targets serve some societal utility.”
“Ambassador John Evans’ book “Truth Held Hostage” was recently published and ends with ten suggestions which are a great starting point for discussion.”
“A hack by the name of Alexander Murinson has finally gone far enough (a la Donald Trump) to elicit a response, hopefully so scathing as to cause him to disappear from the public sphere… yes, I know, that’s wishful thinking.”
We did not succeed in harnessing, perpetuating, and building on/with the enthusiasm and energy that had coalesced on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
Within a few days, maximum a week, of when you read this, Californians who are registered voters will be receiving their Tuesday, June 7, Presidential Primary Election ballots (if they vote by mail — VBM).
My annual recounting, missing the last two years, of various Genocide related events was a bit harder than usual to prepare for this year, but this critique and other observations are material for a separate opinion piece
I’m really intrigued and excited by the ArmGenia project. This project has been in the mill since 2014.
Almost one hundred Armenian dead in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (rendered still with the disgusting Soviet era, Russian influenced spelling), at least five hundred on the Azerbaijani side