I covered the background to the Congo tragedy in my Blog – Congo: A Humanitarian crisis on a massive scale. A documentary film made by Frank Poulsen was shown on Current TV called “Blood in the Mobile” which charted the… Read More ›
A selection of some of the key images for 2011 from demonstrations, travel and events.
In December 2004, the New York based International Resource Centre blamed a six-year military conflict in Congo which was being fought over the country’s rich gold, diamond and mineral stores for 3.8 million deaths in Africa’s third-largest nation. The WarChild… Read More ›
Painting for centuries was the only medium by which a person’s portrait, a beautiful landscape, or a pictorial idea could be captured. The art form moved slowly but discernibly from a poor two-dimensional representation of the subject where the artist… Read More ›
The EDL had their first significant event outside of the capital since Tower Hamlets in early September right in the heart of the Midlands. They visited here a few years ago in the very early days and were subjected to… Read More ›
The EDL visited the small town of Wellington in the Telford New Town area of Shropshire to continue spreading their message against extremist Islam. Their reputation for facilitating disorder wherever they go, together with the recent spate of riots elsewhere… Read More ›