Monthly Archives: November 2015

Paris Attacks – It’s About Me

The massacre in France was chilling. I was having a [long overdue] relaxing Friday evening when I heard about it. On hearing it, a part of me immediately thought: “It’s time for all these Western powers to blow the crap out these ISIS motherfuckers. We need to act quickly and decisively again before more of these […]

American Sniper – Academy Award for Eliciting Introspection

I watched American Sniper on the plane a few months ago, and actually wrote this a while ago, but oh well. Initially (actually I still think it is), I thought it was a brilliant movie – from the perspective of a real soldier, and not in an overromanticised way of war or something like that. Although […]