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Iran & The New Middle East Great Game: Time For Iran To Act Like A Great Power Not A Powerless Victim!


If there is a state that benefited from contemporary Middle Eastern Chaos (from the Invasion of Iraq 2003 to so-called ‘Arab Spring’ and most importantly the Syrian War), is without a grain of doubt, is Iran. But the question now is; is Iran up for the glorious opportunities afforded (and open) to them? Strategists appreciate … Continue reading

Stephen M. Walt On FP: Top 10 warning signs of ‘liberal imperialism’


Are you a liberal imperialist? Liberal imperialists are like kinder, gentler neoconservatives: Like neocons, they believe it’s America’s responsibility to right political and humanitarian wrongs around the world, and they’re comfortable with the idea of the United States deciding who will run countries such as Libya, Syria, or Afghanistan. Unlike neocons, liberal imperialists embrace and … Continue reading

Boston Marathon Bombings: Did The Secret Government Waged an Open War of Protest on Americans (and Obama’s Administration)?


Please find my take on the recent US bombings during Boston Marathon on the attachment below. Be Warned: The paper borders almost on the conspiratorial territories by linking the 1960s ”secret government” elements (i.e. military industrial complex) secret war on the Kennedys, and today’s Open War on the Obamas caused by many frustrations as a … Continue reading

The Kaki Earthquake: Did Iran Just Tested Her Nation’s First Nuclear Bomb?


The report (The Guardian) said the earthquake struck the town of Kaki, 60 miles (96km) south-east of Bushehr on the Persian Gulf and home of Iran’s first nuclear power plant….. The question is, was the earthquake, normal indicator during nuclear bombs tests, an indicator that the Islamic Rep of Iran just tested her nation’s first … Continue reading

Jack Straw On Iran: A Surprisingly Level-Headed British Discussion On Iran


source: The Daily Telegraph (UK newspaper) Even if Iran gets the Bomb, it won’t be worth going to war Containment is a better response than conflict in dealing with a country we have long mishandled Playing a dangerous game: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president of Iran  Photo: EPA By Jack Straw 8:18PM GMT 25 Feb 2013 … Continue reading

My New PressTV article is up: On Contemporary Geopolitics


Here is the direct link to PressTV website.

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

President Kwame Nkrumah Must Read Paper: Understand the Politics of Neo-Colonialism and Imperialism


To understand today’s so-called liberalisation of the world by western states, from the so-called colour revolutions to ”Arab Spring”, IMF and World Bank ”Philanthropic activities” across the third world, READ this little work, just focus on chapter One. The work was written in the 1960s by Ghana’s first independent President, Mr. Kwame Nkrumah and still … Continue reading

From Washington Times Blogger: Why US fight? [”Dollar Wars”]


Looking forward to WW3: Iran, Russia and China vs. the USA Comment | Tweet | Share | | | | More | Saturday, November 17, 2012 – Politics from the Blue Collar by Mike Shortridge Mike Shortridge Ask me a question. WASHINGTON, D.C., November 18, 2012 — Now that we have picked our commander in … Continue reading

The Most Dangerous Blowback: How The Muslims came to OPENLY Embrace with A Sense Of Pride The Contemporary Mujahidins (Al-Qai’da & Affiliates)


The most serious and critical, perhaps the lesser covered aspect or merely unappreciated as yet, of the present Islamic blow-back, is the loss of [a] ”hearts and minds” of Muslims and [b] previous effectiveness power of the ”fear-tactics” based on constant surveillance and arrests by the western states at home and abroad of the Muslims. … Continue reading

[My New Research Paper] A Case Against Counter-Terrorism: A Worst Policy Scenario For Democracies (Dershowitz Interesting Chapter & Headlines)


The Link to my paper is below: counter-terror_CWI Here is an interesting chapter from Alan M. Dershowitz (fictional not much of an actual scholarly work), from his book ‘Why Terrorism Works’, Chapter Three: How an Amoral Society Could Fight Terrorism pp. 105-130. The interesting thing about this work is exactly what I state in my … Continue reading

What Is Arab Spring?: Watch This Rather Unrelated Though Familiar Documentary Into The ‘Secrets of CIA’


Focus especially on first 9-20 mins take on ‘Iran Coup of 1953’, Indonesia etc. But all in all it is worth 01 hrs 30 mins watch (all relate to the great orchestration of contemporary ‘Arab Spring’). Direct Link (hosted at Google Videos): Secrets of CIA (no commercials) Excellent selections of headlines: Spanish banks to receive … Continue reading

Breaking News: US attacked in Libya (Just Like I predicted: Reaping The Seeds We Sow), Now The Question is Where Next (Egypt, Yes/Mali, Yes…)?


News: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jun/06/us-embassy-attack-libya I predicted this long long time ago. The west never seem able to learn the truth about ‘Arabia’, it is ‘Infidel-Hating’ to the bone, and the only people who seems able to suppress this hate are the vile ‘dictators’, since ‘the buck stop with them’ (if a group attack the west, they know … Continue reading

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

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

The Syrian Rubicon: The Point of No-Return For The West, and The Disastrous Effect on Regional and Country’s Stability & Peace


The West can accept nothing short of a complete dissolution of existing Syrian Regime under Assad, they have crossed the[ir] point of no return already. What does this mean for the country and the region? It means, the west will continue supporting and arming the internal and external terrorists no longer a representatives of their … Continue reading

Few Recent Vindications: Facebook Bubble; Iran; Africa; Egypt; Syria; Italy


well here are few listed most recent vindications of my analyses: 1. The Facebook/Social Media IPOs & the New devastating effect on an already fragile and unstable global economy. In other words, if it persists we are all screwed, again! Facebook’s Bad Day: The End of the Social Media Bubble? Facebook bubble begins to deflate? … Continue reading

Shalom Chaverim: The Coming End of The Palestine Jews


Whether we like it or not, to discuss or comprehend, that there is a coming end to the jews of Palestine as those rightful owners of the land are slowly pushing ahead, and the beneficator of the old order (the west) is weakening internally and externally. To under Palestine, one needs to understand and study … 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

Reality Check: The Arab Spring & The West Counter-revolutionary successes (How the west still rule the middle east?)


Introduction: The West Still Rule The Arabs So, after the euphoria and idiocy from all corners and sources, and for those of us who saw where the ”revolutions” were going, we can all clearly congratulate the western counter-revolutionary efforts against ‘popular democratic” interests and desires. In short, the middle east of today is not any … Continue reading