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US-Qatar-UK On Syria Chemical Weapon ”Conspiracy”


U.S. ‘backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime’ Leaked emails from defense contractor refers to chemical weapons saying ‘the idea is approved by Washington’ Obama issued warning to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad last month that use of chemical warfare was ‘totally unacceptable’ By Louise Boyle PUBLISHED: 19:16, … Continue reading

My Published Article On PressTV


Here are few of my published articles on PressTV. Second on Syria as Modern Spanish Civil War Third Submitted as Yet to be published (pdf): syria extension Fourth Submitted as Yet to be published (pdf): The Resistance

Contemporary Africans & Middle Easterners Tacitly Helping in Erecting New Colonialism Foundations For Their Nations & People


The point of this brief article is this: The Greater Africa and Middle East are both slowly recreating, with eager helping hand, new colonial foundations for their respective regions, nations and people, while South America & Asia is no longer susceptible to ‘colonial creep’. What is colonialism? Is the domination with tacit acceptance of the … Continue reading

My Three-Year Research Paper: Why The West Is The Principal Source of Threat to Global Security & Peace


The document contains essentially only the first ‘introductory’ chapter of the study (which took me three years for completion, not the chapter but the complete study, and still ongoing). res.des.2012

Russia, The West & Cold War II: My Special FSB Report


————-Declassified————- Here is my report, playing the role of an FSB strategic agent, analysing ‘Russia in contemporary world (of the Cold War II)’. Please understand this is a merely role-playing exercise, though the report was sent to few ‘special friends’ for review. [1] This first attachment (fsb support) is a simple ‘executive summary’: fsb support … Continue reading

Honey Trap: Heywood & MI6 (with excellent news selection links)


Without a doubt all specialist (expert, professional, or whatever) of international intrigues and affairs, knows and associates the death of the British businessman in China, Mr. Heywood, to MI6; if not, he or she, is not really an expert! For generations MI6/5 and others have used native businessman abroad and other ‘notables’ as their ‘insiders’ … Continue reading

Updates On My Past Analysis:[1] Toulouse Tragedy (Informant?) & [2] The Phase III of ‘Arab-Spring’


Well, here is the morning breaking news from Russia Today on the Toulouse Tragedy. Apparently, not only was the entire collective intelligence hub of western espionage knew intimately of the culprit past (and recent ‘adventures’), but somehow, he might have been on-the-pay of the French Secret Services, as an informant on the local French Jihadists … 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

Sarah Palin ‘Game Change’ Film: The Dumbing-Down of US Politics


The film illustrate a much bigger problem, not just the few as a commentator (see the link below) called it political ignomarius, but rather, a political ignormarius of the entire US population, most of whom can not even point to where South Korea is, or a mere who is their treasury secretary, or what is … Continue reading

The Kofi Annan Envoy (What It means?) and The Analysis on Syrian Crisis


Kofi Annan: The Good Politician Kofi Annan is one of the rarest few of political-character in the world affairs, and UN (especially post-Bushism re-structure, set-out to be more subordinate to US interest, as Kofi Annan was increasingly critical and independent-minded, a truly cosmopolitan-globalist and pacifist, a role-model for an organisation that is not what is … 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

A Reading Recommendation: Get The Dynamics of The Present From The Past


I would recommend a small essay by Professor Holger H. Herwig ‘Strategic uncertainties of a nation-state: Prussia-Germany, 1870-1918‘, Chapter 9 on Murray, W., Knox, M. & Bernstein, A. (ed.) (1994) The Making of Strategy: Rulers, States, and War, CUP: Cambridge. pp. 242-277. Though the essay concerns itself with aforementioned period and actor, it actually provides … Continue reading

Important Thoughts On The Contemporary Global Affairs (Do not Miss the Summary)


First, I have again been vindicated (right David?), Libya is slowly breaking up into chaotic pieces: http://www.france24.com/en/20120306-libya-bengazi-cyrenaica-autonomy-federalism. Secondly, with the coming of the Egyptian presidential elections, if the Islamic Parties win it, I promise you a return of a very, highly very, proactive Egypt in the region, and Islamic Affairs, based on the Nasserite Model … Continue reading

Revision: Iran Will (i.e. Will) Win A War Against Any Possible Western Aggression in Persia.


I, as many, in the past, armed with a limited resources and sources, have stated Iran will be beaten to the ground by US-led coalition in the coming war, but here I want to revise completely my old thesis, and say, after what I just saw, few numbers and few materials, and after spending two … Continue reading

The Clearer Picture of The World: Spiegel on Economic Crisis & NYT on New Franco-Ottoman Imperial-Race in The Middle East


These two articles present an incredibly clearer and better picture than any other out there today. Article I: Der Spiegel International (English) examines the economic crisis, as a paradox of state’s own Ponzi Scheme. Fantastic Reading, thanks to author Alex Jung. http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,806772,00.html Article II: New York Times Opinion Section. This article deals with the old … Continue reading

Protected: The Scramble For The Middle East New Mandate: Old Imperial Powers, New Nationalists.


There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

On #IranWar: We are All Sleepwalking To Unneccesary & Destructive War


This article seeks to calls for a restrain from all sides. After a review of things, and more recent, events, which have been happening at alarming rate, especially being of concern to high political and security affairs (meaning these sort of policies take time to examine soundly before implementing or discussing). In short, both the … Continue reading

The Real Dynamics of International History (Affairs): Resistance, War and Revolution (from the Age of Alexander to the Present) MUST READ!!!!!!!


Introduction: The Lies of International Scholars The single most important critic on the international academic works is that these do not present the world as it really is, but rather what they (a) hope it should be (b) or how it is from own ideological-cultural backgrounds (mirror-imaging). This problem can be traced throughout the western … Continue reading

Ways of War: How Different Societies & Regions have their own distinct ‘Art of War-Fighting’


I just finished typing this article, in response to an ongoing current debate via a ‘Military Strategy and History’ Society on the LinkedIn pages, entitled ”Genghis Khan v Hannibal”, a thread started by Mark Freeman. On this article, I discuss the different societies, in topographical analysis, and how they approach and conduct wars, in accordance … Continue reading