Francis Stevens George har gjort det igjen

Francis Stevens George har gjort det igjen! Han bringer Afrika og verdenssamfunnet til Norge og Norge til Afrika. Denne gangen retter han søkelyset mot legemiddelindustrien og en kynisk utnyttelse av uskyldige mennesker i Vest-Afrika. Denne problemstillingen klarer han på elegant vis kople opp mot historiske hendelser, både på det afrikanske kontinentet og i verdenssamfunnet, medisinske fakta og ikke minst personskildringer. Dette gir fortellingen en spennende kombinasjon av dypdykk i andre kulturer. Vi får innsikt i mange verdener; bistand- og frivillighetsarbeid, farmasøytisk industri, verdenskrig og borgerkrig, og ikke minst psykologisk motiv og beveggrunner til at mennesker tar de valgene de tar.
Stevens George har skrevet en unik, lettlest og lærerik bok om kultur og ukultur i fantasirik, skjønn forening!

Camp NoE- Aud Bra

Aud Bra was a 51-year-old Norwegian nurse. She was a mother of twin boys, aged 21 years.

She was born in Sanderfjord, western part of Norway, where she still resides. Sanderfjord is known for its rich Viking history; where The Gokstad ship was excavated.

The ship is now one of the most important exhibits at the Viking Museum in Oslo.

The city is also famous for whaling. The whaling monument is today found in the centre of the city not far from a restaurant that serves whale meat.

Sanderfjord is not only famous for its rich Viking history and whaling. Between 1837 to 1939 Sanderfjord was a world-renowned health resort. Continue reading “Camp NoE- Aud Bra”

Camp NoE -Colonel Zancudos

Colonel Zancudos redefined psychological warfare.

In his heavy Liberian vernacular with a distinctive accent, he addressed his fighter.

“Men! Touday, we are go ing to comm ence sychological warfare”, he belted out.

“Men! Today, we are going to commence psychological warfare”, he belted out.

“We don kill our ene mies-the mauther fuckers.

We shoot to wood and let them mauther fucking bastards suffer.

And then they die”, he said laughing. Continue reading “Camp NoE -Colonel Zancudos”

Camp NoE extract

Aud’s program for the morning, before the conference began, includes a breakfast meeting with the Foreign Ministers of Brazil, Indonesia, India, South Africa and Turkey- The BIIST block.

After meeting The BIIST block, there was an interview scheduled with the Africa United Media Group.

The BIIST block were not only emerging economic giants. They were also a powerful political and military bloc.  Although Brazil is the only member of BIIST that has sent troops to add to the African Union Forces, the other members of BIIST have made it very clear they would also provide troops and equipment if necessary.

The Norwegian Hearings is now the final attempt to resolve the crisis peacefully. In the two years prior to the Norwegian Hearings, tensions have almost reached boiling point. Continue reading “Camp NoE extract”