Isocrates II is the founder of the blog Black Sheep Weekly. Throughout his upbringing, Isocrates lived in several countries where he later graduated obtaining a full IB diploma as a result. It is this multicultural upbringing that Isocrates draws upon when writing an essay for Black Sheep.
During the Greek Bail Out Crisis of 2015, Isocrates worked on an interim basis with the Greek Press Office in Brussels. During this time, he greatly improved his rudimentary understanding of E.U politics and political Think Tanks.
Peekay Asloe is a leading contributor to Black Sheep Weekly. He is currently studying Law and Spanish at Victoria University of Wellington and attended international schools in China and South Korea.
Peekay has a keen interest in sport, literature, and politics, and hopes to target some of the most important issues in today’s society in his essays for Black Sheep Weekly.
Bono IV is a frequent contributor to Black Sheep Weekly currently enrolled in the International Institute of Modern Letters and Law at Victoria Wellington. Drawing upon credible sources and personal experiences he wishes to detail New Zealand life through the eyes of the ordinary Kiwi.
Bono contributed extensively to the New Zealand First election campaign of 2017 and holds a keen and passionate interest in his surrounding community. He hopes to provoke and converse with readers on a variety of topics to reflect the Black Sheep philosophy of challenging unchallenged rhetoric with Informed Opinions.