The Turkish referendum took place in a rather predictable way given the recent history of detention of opposition, journalists and civil servants (numbering over 140,000¹ at most recent report) in the wake of a coup whose authenticity¹ has been questioned also. And despite observers being invited¹ to guard against voter fraud¹, many questions have been raised. Though not enough for some. Continue reading
There are always risks when allowing groups of people with different cultures and traditions to make their home in an already established place with established traditions and cultures. There is the potential for learning experiences regardless of what side of the aisle one might fall.
Though the endorsement of child abuse is not explicitly stated, it’s the implicit message and where it leads that is truly cause for alarm. Continue reading