About

Just a traveller through time, a student of life, a lawyer, an actor, a poet,  guitarist,  sharing some thoughts with fellow travellers, in poetry, in prose, in any which way they come to me.

20 comments on “About

  1. friend says:

    You are absolutely fantastic person and I admire you – Truly!
    this is extremely rare coming from me
    we know the imperialist well and we know what you have gone thru and are going thru.
    we thank you for your brilliant work re:
    Anatomy of a War Crimes Trial: The Criminalisation of International Justice
    by Christopher Black

    look at it as geat experience and now you know how the “bastards” ideology
    with great regard for you and take good care – do not ever meet “them goons”

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Thank you for your very encouraging words and support. It sometimes feels lonely out here. 🙂

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      • Cat says:

        You need to know you are not alone. People may not comment for a variety of reasons, but you ARE heard. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Would you write a poem for me on Tommy please?

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  3. Elson Kim says:

    Dear Christopher Black, After discovering yourself to be such a learned man, I wondered who you might be after reading your article comparing Nato’s recent activity to Operation Barbarossa, and how you developed your disposition towards western governments. After your experience in Rwanda, I now understand and empathize. However, in every conflict, there are always two sides, and the stories that are told and remembered are left to the victor/victim to write or re-write as favors the author. World hegemony is an interesting game played on a stage far beyond myself, yet my best tools are information and an educated vote. Woefully, there are few who can wield either without some bias. We disagree on the need for balance in world hegemony, and while you aspire that America and western governments may not be without blame, there are other leaders of non-state and state powers who require a balance on this world stage, albeit asymmetric in force and in rules of engagement. In a perfect world we could have more action than discourse to solve poverty, World Hunger, or develop Free Energy. Sadly there are too few people like Mother Theresa or Nikola Tesla, and greed and capitalism rule the majority. You are a thoughtful, brave, and courageous man and my comments are left to achieve balance, rather than the rhetoric of “..a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing”.

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    • Christopher Black says:

      It’s not just my experience in African and what the west did there but also in Europe and elsewhere with my other work eg counsel to President Milosevic. There are in my experience two sides to a story as you say one true and one false and the western media puts out always a false image of reality which I had to learn the hard way. I am an admirer of Nicola Tesla but certainly not Mother Teresa who was, for me, a hypocrite of the first order, pretending to help the poor but never ever wanting to change the society that produced that poverty. But I appreciate your comments.

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      • Irina says:

        E.K.:
        Kind of an oxymoron re: your “the need for balance in world hegemony” , that is if I understood you correctly…
        it’s either hégémonie (eg “hégémonie mondiale”) or balance of/ between 2 or more world powers…
        Apologize if I misunderstood you 😩

        C.B..:
        D’accord sur Mère Térésa, y a beaucoup d’autres personnages connues “charitables”… princesse Di, par exemple…😏

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  4. Patrick Driscoll says:

    Hey Christopher,

    My name is Patrick. I am not sure you remember me, I am actually most sure that you do not. We met at Mango Tree in Arusha during the Augustin Ndindiliyimana case. I had attended the proceedings earlier and we spoke about how the defense was totally unprepared, and how the whole process felt like a farce. That was 2013, and I just went back to pull some court documents from the case. I just wanted to congratulate you on the acquittal. Hope life has been good for you since.

    Cheers,
    Patrick

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Hmmm, might remember if I knew the full name and could picture you since I met so many people there. 2013-yes was there to argue the appeal then. Thank you for your support and congratulations. You a journalist? I met several that time.

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Thanks Patrick, sorry for the late reply, wordpress didn’t alert me to your comment. Thank you, it was a very difficult struggle to win that case but they tried to fix things right to the end. As for me, well, I’m ok. You still in Arusha?

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  5. another Chris says:

    Hello, I attended both Milosevic meetings you spoke at in London in the early 2000s. At the first you convinced me of his innocence and after the second meeting (actually in a restaurant – we all went for a meal) you introduced me to the idea that the Rwanda narrative was not what it seemed. You are a courageous and principled man and I salute you. I visited Serbia last month and laid flowers on President Milosevic’s grave on behalf of his supporters in Britain. Best wishes from London, CK (aka Christopher James).

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Thank you very much for your support and reminding me of that experience in London. Those meeting seem long ago now. I remember going to a restaurant with a group of people though I cannot remember the names now but I am sure I would recognise you. I am bad with names but good with faces. 🙂 Feel free to contact me at my email which is bar@idirect.com. I am on facebook too if you wish to connect that way. I was in Serbia last a couple of years ago but did not have a chance to visit his grave but did get a chance to visit with his family who are still in exile in Moscow.

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  6. KARL LUCK says:

    There are very few people who know the truth about this evil we all have to live in. Fewer still are any who come out to oppose it. You are one of those and it is because you are kind, moral and decent. It also helps to be learned and intelligent. Thanks Karl

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Thank you very much for saying so and your support. Often it seems one is talking to a void. Helps to know there are like minded people out there.

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  7. Rosie says:

    Thank you for telling the truth about Rwanda and Yugoslavia, and for your articles in the New Eastern Outlook and Global Research. Please continue to publish your views, as they are respected by many people – including those who do not leave a comment on this site. We need people like you to question and critique events as they affect all of us in one way or another.
    Thank you for being one of those people. I greatly respect and admire you!
    Rosie

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    • Christopher Black says:

      Thank you Rosie for your support. Your words both encourages me and gives me hope that the world can be a better place. Chris

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  8. Eric says:

    Hi Christopher,
    Thank you for your amazing work and writing. I have a great amount of respect for what you do, and as a law student I find it very inspiring. I was wondering if you there was some way I might contact you? I’m based in Toronto.
    Eric

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