News & Events
Why do we not question the people who are governing our day-to-day life? If we do, is it effective enough? Perhaps we need to be more united in pursuit of examining offensive decisions or judgments our leaders are making: from our missing women (which our fearless leader announced “was not high on his radar”), to hungry children, to lack of support for our single mothers, to budgets, taxes, students fees, and so many other internal issues within the country; and on from there to the choices they make, on behalf of us, regarding concerns and affairs with other countries around the globe.
For instance, what do we make of the mystifying events following the death of Saudi Arabia’s King? Why don’t we ask our governments of the western world why they all ran head-over-heels to Saudi Arabia, or called or telegraphed, to offer their condolences to a country that abuses its citizens (mostly women) daily as a natural and acceptable phenomenon?