All posts by Adshake Kunanithy

Global Warming Is An Economic Crisis

Written By: Adshake Kunanithy

Unlike the past, the weather would never be the same. Forest fires in California and British Columbia. First fall of snow in Egypt. Heat warnings during the dreadful summer term. All, clear indications of weather rapidly changing with the actions of human population and human creation.

The explanation of these bizarre climate patterns can only be explained by global warming. 

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A Lethal Bullet for Canada’s Peacekeeping Reputation

Written By: Adshake Kunanithy

For many years, Canada was known as the country of politeness. News articles and radios often highlight the billions of dollars invested in foreign aid, donations to countries during pandemic and natural disasters, and their beloved role as peacekeepers in the United Nations. Listening to these achievements, we hold biases and are blinded by the consequences of our “helpful” actions.

In fact, the many years of Canada glorifying their kindness were the same years that they have been trading military weaponry and technology. Continue reading…

Agriculture, The Seed Of The World’s Economy

Written by: Adshake Kunanithy

September 20, 2020. The spark of one of the world’s largest protests. As the world witnesses the march of justice for over 250 million farmers who have traveled to New Delhi. Shouting, holding banners, blocking highways near the city, and protecting themselves from the police force. 200+ activists detained and 248 farmers dead (11).

On September 20, 2020, the Indian government implemented new regulations that heavily impacted the agriculture industry and the livelihood of farmers. In anger and thirst for justice, farmers across all states of India continue their protest 7 months later, waiting for the government to hear their voices.

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Uncuffing The Truth Behind Prison Cells

Written By: Adshake Kunanithy

Every day, we hear about crimes of all sorts on the news, from bank robberies to drunk driving, and are always left shocked and angry in the name of justice. However, have you ever questioned the aftermath of court cases, the life of incarnated souls or even the system itself? Questions and concerns related to the funding of prisons and quality of life are rarely addressed and should not be camouflaged as they affect our economy.

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