Sandra Carney

Sandra Carney is an Anglo-Burmese writer of British birth, born in India. Sandra became an American citizen in 1972, having inherited her interest in politics from a family heavily inculcated in the politics of their times. As she has lived under socialism, she fiercely defend her country of adoption and is proud to call herself an American Citizen.

Most Recent Articles by Sandra Carney:

Fabians Well & Alive in America - 2016

Apr 2, 2016 — Sandra Carney

I watch with shock and dismay at the attitude from people who vote Republican. The vitriol against the two candidates by supporters on each side is troubling to say the least.

One thing we can say about the Democrats. They support Sanders or Clinton but don’t indulge in this pure trashing of the other.

Burma – The Other Side

Feb 13, 2009 — Sandra Carney

“It doesn’t matter if the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice”… so goes an old Chinese Proverb!
But I ask “how can a mouse be caught, if the cat has been de-clawed and rendered toothless?”

Should we worry about the Fabians?  Could Obama be a Fabian Socialist?

Oct 29, 2008 — Sandra Carney

The early Fabians like most self proclaimed intellectuals, loved symbolism.

They chose the tortoise as their emblem, signifying the slow but persistent progression towards their eventual goal.

Could Barack Obama be a Fabian Socialist?

Oct 26, 2008 — Sandra Carney

Who is Barack Obama and what is a Fabian Socialist? No one seems to have a proper handle on this guy, yet millions of Americans are going to vote for a man about whom we have virtually no knowledge.