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Generally the push pull theory like water finds its own level. Thus international migration takes place from poor to rich countries. Generally the migrants are poor labourers who may be skilled or unskilled. The pull for a better life and income acts as the impetus for migration. Migration has been going on for thousands of years and now only it has become cystalllized
Published by Madan G Singh 56 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 0 comments
Morsy, is backed by the Muslim Brotherhood. The Brotherhood formed in 1928 has always been at loggerheads with the army and Morsi during the rule of Mubarak was arrested a number of times for opposing the military. he was elected president in 2012, but followed a sectarian agenda that led to his ouster.
Published by Madan G Singh 56 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +3 votes | 0 comments
The tragedy at lac Megantic has caused people to be concerned about the transport of oil across Canada. People are trying to regulate the current system to avoid future accidents and the onus is on the rail company that could have been more forthcoming in apologizing to the people of the town first.
Published by Martin Dansky 56 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 0 comments
In a recent poll , Britishers have voted "Battle of Imphal" as the greatest battle fought by England. The' Battle of Waterloo' which was thought to be number 1 slid to number 2 position.The poll was fascinating and intriguing as it threw up names of battles that do not remain on the common man’s lips. Before the poll the criterion for the contest was defined. The stress was on political and historical impact of the battles and the strategy and tactics employed by the British Army.
Published by Madan G Singh 58 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +1 votes | 0 comments
In the last few years the public has begun to notice the signs directly related to false flag conspiracies and political propaganda. One sign most recently noticed is the increased political propaganda involving ‘domesticated terrorists.’ Now that the U.S. Constitution is under threat, the American public is beginning to awaken to the larger agenda behind such disunity.
Published by Alden Morris 59 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The tragic tale of Boeta Louwrens Geldenhuys and Chantal Beetge, for a few hours also Geldenhuys, and how traffic accidents forever changed their paths. According to Huisgenoot, they met about eight years ago. The romance blossomed from the first meeting between Boeta Geldenhuys and Chantal Beetge. About five years ago, they moved in with their first born into an apartment in Pretoria North. In February 2012, he finally asked her the question he knew she wanted to hear for so long, and she o...
Published by Inforead 60 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Mining has always been a hard life filled with potential danger. Following an explosion at the Pike River Coal Mine in New Zealand, families and a community wait anxiously for news.
Published by Val Mills 91 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +17 votes | 11 comments
Need to learn about American goals during the Cold War? This is the essay for you!
Published by John Dillinger 91 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 0 comments
9/11 was not at all a terrorist attack by Al Queada, more a terrorist attack by its own government...
Published by Jesse Williams 92 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 1 comments
Worlds Top 7 Conspiracies, Government Lies to citizens
Published by Jesse Williams 93 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +1 votes | 0 comments
Doomsday, Religion, The world will end
Published by Jesse Williams 93 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 1 comments
She was arrested when she was 13 years old for being at a party and alone in a car with a boy; she was sentenced to 100 lashings.
Published by RyanHill 95 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +1 votes | 0 comments
It is 2010, long past the ‘hippy movement’, but as our world takes a turn towards going ‘green’ it seems the hippy movement is making a comeback. People are always vying for ways to make the world a better planet, here are 20 ways of creating a more peaceful world.
Published by Spencer Richmond 95 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +1 votes | 0 comments
This is the latest after Obama's speech.He has prioritized the clean up process which will likely continue for years to come and has touched on the topic of how regulation of future oil drilling will take place.
Published by Martin Dansky 97 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +0 votes | 1 comments
The Taliban have proved efficient in surviving continued assault by much larger opponents and the war in Afghanistan is reaching its final stages, which will show who has really won the War.
Published by Drona Negi 100 months ago in World Events & Geopolitics | +2 votes | 1 comments
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