No Freedom – Dido

Zimbabwe rising: The road behind

Memories of a disease

Several years down the line the disease may have been eventually eradicated but the fear within the people, even then (which was not fear of the disease) may still linger. Watch this video to find out what the people were most afraid of at the time of an epidemic.

Papa was a Rolling Stone

Egyptian military brutality.

This video needs no explanation save to capture some of the comments made by its first viewers on You Tube.

“for all who love egypt …we respect u all…this video shows one of the heroes of egypt….it explain what happened later in egypt from the military towards egyptian people that only need freedom “

“As a Western in North America we arent seeing it on CNN how strange but not surprised”

“Evil will always come back to you!!! Remember this! Because the GOD will never forget what have you done to your own nation,your brothers and sisters…so be prepared for the punishment!!! For me it’s realy hard to understand why people are doing something like that to other people…i just don’t get it…Dear Egyptians! Keep fighting for freedom and for better life!!! Don’t stop! Don’t give up the fight! Many people around the world are watching you and wish you everything the best! VICTORY!!!”

“the military is in power supported by the US and thats why there protesting because they want the military cabinet to step down and they dont want to”

“Seriously what has America got to do with this?”

“they were told to support the Muslim Brotherhood which is a civilian organization, but America demonizes the Muslim Brotherhood as evil and promoted this backward, savage military rule on the ppl of Egypt, and they fall for it, and give power to the military, now look how these animals treat the people, their generals are on American payroll, and they are kept in they there so they can keep Muslim brotherhood from power which is a peaceful, civilian youth.”

“Sorry you anti american assholes but I have to respond here.America did nothing.Our government maybe,the poeple no>;;;;Your average american does not want or have much control over what our government does.Our government is getting too big and getting away from control by the people.So don’t blame your average american.If you still choose to….kiss my american ass…..”

“I cant wait until this world ends in armageddon and makes place for a new life, we people from today, we dont deserve this life, if you see this… mankind is lost, we brought this upon ourselves, i am truly ashamed to be part of this world… FUCK”


Nneka is the daughter of an Anambra state- Igbo Nigerian father and a German mother.[1] She was born and raised in Warri, in the Delta region of Nigeria, and went to the primary school of the Delta Steel Company, then the secondary school at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. Nneka relished the experience of singing from an early age in her school and in the church choir. After relocating to Hamburg, Germany, at the age of 18, she pursued a career in singing alongside a degree in Anthropology.[2] She now divides her time between Nigeria and Hamburg.


You said you’d be there for me
In times of trouble when I need you and I’m down
And likewise you need friendship
It’s from my side pure love but I see lately things have been changing
You have goals to achieve
But the roads you take are broad and heartless
That wants you make another way
You throw stones
Can you see that I am human I am breathing
But you don’t give a damn

Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you see the pain you’re causing
Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you see the pain you’re causing

Blood blood blood…blood is rushing

And now the world is asleep
How will you ever wake her up when she is deep in her dreams, wishing
And yet so many die
And still we think that it is all about us
It’s all about you
You sold your soul to the evil and the lust
And the passion and the money and you
See the same ones die, people hunger for decades
Suffer under civilized armedrobbers, modern slaveholders

Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you see the pain you’re causing
Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you see the pain you’re causing

Blood blood blood…. keeps rushing

Evaded, eliminated, erased, interrogated
Our tradition, our love for our fellow countrymen,
Our property, our resources – our pride

Can you feel my heart beating
No no no…you don’t

Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you feel the pain you’re causing
Can you feel my heart is beating
Can you feel the pain you’re causing

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A video depicting the resilience of the Zimbabwean people through the most trying times of their country’s history. The song ‘faka pressure’ was done in the 1980’s by Biggie Tembo and the Bhundu Boys

Uploaded to you tube by on 1 Feb 2009


“Be My Man.”A video by ASA, Pronounced ASHA?



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