Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says talks with Israel at very advanced stage; sides due to meet again in mid-May.20:39 30.04.16 | 0 comments
Or any well known,or not so well known, are all the same in the main nowadays. Has it not happen at the British Universities too,which one considers more worthy than any American ones anyway. It goes with the territory of uninversities,who's resident pupils are ultra liberal leftists in the main and jump on any band wagon,to be accepted by their peers. Berkeley is one of many,and this also will fade onto the horizon as did the other boycotts. They gain notoriety for a couple of days,and fizzle out as quickly as they begun. What is more annoying is:Their actions causes more unrest,do not help,but hinders progress. They are not important nor worth mentioning their shenanigans,& puerile. Bradley's article does not help,but exacerbate it as, pouring oil to the fire. Being controversial,is not the answer.But then it is HIS only means to earn a living( perhaps)for as sure as night follows day,the status quo will not change through the buffoons from Berkeley.