Monthly Archives: March 2011

Lawyers, Liars, Jamaica

This is just an announcement to force my hand. I intend to write about the Dudus/Manatt Enquiry currently taking place in Jamaica. Ostensibly, the enquiry is supposed to answer once and for all the government’s role in the extradition of … Continue reading

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The threat of meaning versus the indifference of Death: Ramblings of a man in the throes of nihility

(A work in progress) A recent experience has compelled me to put in words a view I’ve always gravitated towards: that the threat of meaninglessness, of total indifference, while psychologically tormenting and hard to live with, is nevertheless a relief … Continue reading

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