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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

[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

Koch Brothers Exposed (Documentary & New Yorker Article): MUST MUST SEE & READ (Especially, If An American)!!!!!

See The Documentary Here (direct to Video Link hosted at FileBox): Koch Brothers Exposed what the documentary and it’s real-life events leave someone with is the fearful sense of what the ‘mob’/masses can do when pushed and pushed and pushed, or ignored or trampled upon etc, they will fight back with uncontrollable passion, occupy and … 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

Street Lamps For Public Surveillance: An Article From RT (and a list of excellent headlines links)

‘Big brother’ lamp posts can hear, see and bark ‘Obey!’ at you America welcomes a new brand of smart street lightning systems: energy-efficient, long-lasting, complete with LED screens to show ads. They can also spy on citizens in a way George Orwell would not have imagined in his worst nightmare. ­With a price tag of … 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

Welcome To Soviet-UK! (Everything You Do, From Entrance To Exit, We Are Watching & Listening. Thank You)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/apr/01/government-email-social-network-surveillance In the US, they have similar program brought under Bush Administration, known fully as TSP (Terrorist Surveillance Program?????). Anyway, this is our, UK, final frontier of whatever ‘privacy’ we might had, as the law is about to be re-introduced (and probably passed) that will carpet the entire little Britain with Stasi technologies of eavesdropping, … Continue reading

Spot the Difference: Fascism Under The Fascists Proto-Democrats & Fascism Under the Liberal Proto-Democrats

This article from the Guardian under lines the Fascismification of the west, as others stories of new detainees laws, new terror bills, and so forth and Brutus said, ‘it is all for the well-being of the state, countrymen and women’ (I have two-fingers up). http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/mar/23/nypd-intelligence-monitored-liberal-groups Infiltration of anti-globalisations, environmentalists, school childrens playgrounds, churches, mosques, temples, … 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

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

My Community Project: As a Model For Joshua’s Search For Alternative

Joshua, a friend asked me how would an occupy movement and anonymous ‘fight-on’. I took him, which is highly unusual to my community, and I showed him how I created ‘a parallel government’, literary. You see, ladies and gents, I gave up all, literary, and only here, and through few ‘clients’ here and there, now … 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

My Theory on The Evolutionary Cycles of The World Societies: From Anarchism and Back to Anarchism (Copyright)

IMPORTANT: Please ask for permission before using the ideas of this article. Thank You. Recently, I have been staring a lot on this massive global map on the wall in front of me. I theorise a thousand theses, and of course, always sharing with you, some of these thoughts, when appropriate, of course. Anyway, today, … Continue reading

Revised and Detailed Article On African Politics and Security

A Report on South Sudan & It’s Probable Effect on African-Balkanisation: A New Age of The African-Nationalism & The Race Towards Internal-Decolonisation. BY: S. S. Salim. July 9th 2011. Pdf-version much better and detailed: A Report on The African Geo-Politics and Security SOUTH SUDAN INDEPENDENCE AND ITS CONTINENTAL-EFFECTS. This report briefly examines how the independence … Continue reading

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

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

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Highly Recommended Reading: Washington Post Article (Applies to UK as well)

This article is perhaps the most concise of the dangers emanated from the proliferated ”national security laws” within the leading democratic states of the west, that are impacting on the rights and freedoms of individuals, the very core, and centre of our values and of democratic civil liberties. To quote a very short, but powerful … Continue reading

How Policy Exchange and the Centre for Social Cohesion encourage The Cold War on British Muslims. (SpinWatch)

Thanks to Mark Blumenthal for the article and @Repstone for RT In a report published today, Spinwatch examines the Centre for Social Cohesion and Policy Exchange; two key right-wing think-tanks involved in the debate on Islam and multiculturalism which are thought to have influenced the Coalition Government’s new Prevent strategy. The report, which was completed … Continue reading

On Competitive Statecraft: Part I- The Home Front (How to Rebuild First-Rate States’ Economies & Politics; Incl. A Case Study)

Competitive Cities As a Model For National Growth Before the end of the year, I will try to look at how any state can compete, locally, regionally and internationally, without resorting to old schools of thoughts, of violence and force. First, I will discuss how to rebuild internal structures of the state; after all, it … Continue reading