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The Dictator & Sacha Baron Cohen: Telling It As it Is (The Truth about Contemporary Politics, Society and Economics). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Yesterday we watched The Dictator, and I was not disappointed, the general film is the usual Cohenasque satirical silliness, but it is the essence of the story that was interesting. For example; Cohen’s Main Character: The Dictator embodied the contemporary Arab Spring targeted-ruling tyrants, with a symbolic focus on Libyan Gaddaffi as presented via Cohen’s … Continue reading

On The Debate Over Surveillance and ‘Democracies’

Recently, I held a small private debate on ‘democracies’ and surveillance, and during the debate I asked the attendees to take a simple thought away with them—- ”It was not that the danger is with the implementation of these undemocratic bills, but rather it was even discussed in open within ‘sacred’ democratic institutions, such as … Continue reading

Britain Calls On American Cavalry Against Argentina, Again (Over Falklands)

The First Falkland War & US-UK Support: In 1982 First Falklands War, Britain victory was only assured not by superb and brave fighting of it’s soldiers; from both the special forces, who were stretched to breaking point, but, alas, at the same time to be blamed for the numerous military distasters, as since coming from … Continue reading

Toulouse Tragedy: A Post-Mortem (from various media sources)

Here are some of the few excellent links on a post-toulouse crisis, and how it appears at the present to be beneficiary to Mr. Sarkozy, however, I might argue that, if the post-mortem nature of a real deep analysis and critique continues it might, just about, turn the table against him. To appreciate the point … Continue reading

The French Tragedy: Is it a State & Secret Security Services Collision (in support of Sarkozy Re-Election)?

As I have always stated, everywhere, one needs always to question the story behind the story; read between the lines, deconstruct and reconstruct, to make sense of realities, even if it sounds like a big conspiracy, one might be probably more closer to truth than the average headlines observer. [1.] Why the attacks happened now … Continue reading

My Up-Coming Free E-Short-Book (MUST READ SYNOPSIS): The World of 20XX

In this book I will argue that there is an agressive revival of colonialism from the three states of European stock, 1. The US: From A Good Leader to A Corrupt Power First, The United States of America, though, she appears to be caught mostly between schizophrenic cartesian dualism of ‘to be or not to … Continue reading

Fantastic Article, Couldn’t Say Better Myself, from Billy Bragg on The Guardian

Jingoism is no answer to England’s ebbing power From the EU to football and the Falklands, England must abandon its memories of empire to survive in a changing world Billy Bragg guardian.co.uk, Friday 17 February 2012 11.25 GMT David Cameron in Edinburgh: In a speech in Edinburgh, David Cameron invoked Britain’s seat on the UN … Continue reading

Protected: The Rise of Internal Political Unrests & Mistrusts: The Single Most Dangerous Threat To The West (The Growth Phase)

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Top Global and Local Stories for November

* Cameron, UK PM, as a weak leader (as I have always said, and argued that, Hague as the real PM) * Blair further corrupt and greedy nature, working with dictators, banks’ interests, revolving door to gain access to ”developmental aids funds” * US rhetoric showing its weakness ‘pleading China to play fair’ (did she … Continue reading

A Political Analysis: Based Around My Jingle For The Modern Voter (copyrighted, ha)

I made up this little jingle for my political club social event: ”MINI-MINE-MORE, WHO SHOULD (WE) I VOTE FOR TODAY” You get it??? Since there is no longer perceptible differences between modern democratic parties, especially in the western states, for example in the US, the democrats resemble and fight harder and harder for republican ground, … Continue reading

On The Economics of Competitive National Advantages In Global Politics: Examined via a Statement of The Day (incl. Selected Headlines For You)

”US President Barack Obama has recently suggested that Europe must take on more debt to stimulate the economy. Such reliance on cheap money, though, is what got us into the current crisis in the first place — both in Europe and in the US. America’s problem isn’t too little money. It’s a lack of competitive … Continue reading

Further Unmissable Readings from Today’s Headlines

1. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/sep/30/electronic-tags-offenders The ‘sci-fi creep’ on civil liberties and the power of states, electronic-branding (like supermarket codes), for further articles on this, see my Advanced Civil Espionage, Foucault Panopticon etc. 2. http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/sep/30/city-conservatives-donations This is goo, the bankers banking on the coalition for leniency, ha, might as well said so. 3. (a) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/abbas-is-punished-by-200m-cut-in-aid-from-us-2363976.html (b) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/palestinianauthority/8800569/Palestinians-accuse-US-of-collective-punishment-after-200m-in-aid-is-cut-off.html America … Continue reading

On British Politics: To Understand the Character of The Contemporary Labour Party, First Observe Mr. Blair

The Corruption, The Web of Criminal Network & Activities, The Natural-Fondness for Fraud, The Caesarian Pomp and Greed for Power, The Undifferentiated Elitism and ‘Better Than The Rest of Torism’, and so forth. These very hallmarks of Tony Blair are applicable and observable of the character of the more contemporary Labour Party; out of touch … Continue reading

A Political Analysis: The Art Of Electoral-Rigging/Fraud (A Western Democracies Model)

If you commit a crime in non-western states, these are labelled for what they are; corruption is corruption, with a capital C; electoral fraud, is electoral fraud; murder, murder; corporate fraud, etc…… But in the west, we fight hard through a ‘team of special PR people’ supported by the media, possibly blackmailed not to ”undermine … Continue reading

On Libya: From ‘Rebels’ With Love (a slap-in-the-face for the Brits) & NATO’s New Mission-Creep Phase (Target: civil infrastructures)

1. Libyan Drama: The Dangerous Rebels (true colours showing) 1.1. The Recent Events inside ‘Rebels’ Zones: Well, one needs not to get into much depth on the recent news that which has been coming out of Libya; reflecting anxieties and fears of the unstable and divided so-called ‘rebels’ (see: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8670999/Libya-murder-of-rebel-commander-threatens-split.html), or the what is to … Continue reading

Weds. 20.07.11: Selected Headlines (Links Only)

Good Morning, Sorry, not much time available, so I will just lay out the few good headlines of interests for your convenience as links only, without the usual reviews and analyses. THE HEADLINES LINKS: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jul/19/italy-blocks-investigation-arms-cache Italy secretly arming ‘opposing’ side in the Libyan Conflict. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/19/murdoch-story-berlin-wall-hysteria What we have been saying, big drama, no substance! http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/jul/19/biofuel-demand-us-fuel-pricesContinue reading

Top Headlines Reviews & Analysis: Tues, 19.07.11. (Afghan, Libya, UK, US, China, Weather etc)

Today, the media is full-packed as a result of many inter-related activities on the local, national and global spherical-bubble. We have headlines on the corruption in the UK and the catch-22 for the establishment; the need to bring down their master, Murdoch (a notch), and fear of further deep-impact, the action might have on the … Continue reading

On Libya: An FCO Insider On Behind The Scenes War At Home (FCO v MOD) also incl. Today’s Headlines

This is just in. Thanks to Mr. Z, an Insider from The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Today, just few hours ago, I had a ‘contact’ from someone, from within the FCO, who informed me, as an admirer of my work and my stand (quoting Howard Zinn, ”Dissent is the highest form of patriotism”, and of … Continue reading

Two of The Kind: Murdoch-Drama & The Lord Butler Report (The Big Worthless Dramas; satisfy the mob) Must Read!!!

Today’s Murdoch Crisis engulfing the British Isles, and her power-halls, is nothing, as I have already been saying throughout this drama, new or radical in condemnation, but just a big ‘establishment crisis management’ with no real threats to the existing order of things and power-status within the UK. No one in the end is going … Continue reading

On The Media Watch: Selected Top Headline-Links of The Day For You

1. On Libya: @ http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jul/12/gaddafi-regime-transition-power-rebels @ http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jul/13/libya-rebels-accused-burning-homes-looting The Revisionists & the New Change of Heart and Policy (Now We Will Talk) @ http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/france-claims-gaddafi-is-prepared-to-sacrifice-his-grip-on-power-2312666.html As Above. @ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8633279/Libyas-rebels-prepare-for-critical-battle-on-road-to-Tripoli.html Another Bull-shit propaganda (the second appearance in a month, same story but by a different newspaper this time, it appeared first last month on the Guardian, now it … Continue reading