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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

Messr. Hubert Vedrine (France’s Former Foreign Minister, 1997-2002) On FP: Western Decline Is a ‘Choice’ (Good Reading)


  Decline Is a Choice The West has nothing to fear but fear itself. BY HUBERT VÉDRINE | DECEMBER 10, 2012 The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 was supposed to mark both the “end of history” and the birth of an international community founded on the universal acceptance of Western values — a … Continue reading

Rome Is Falling: Links to Great Articles on The ‘America In Decline Series’


Here is a selection of great reading links to some of the partially brilliant analyses on the contemporary United States, looked at home and abroad, but perhaps the most important reading-article, highly recommended, is this from Power and Policy blog at Harvard School, why America is her own enemy (”I looked at the enemy, and … Continue reading

Award-Winning Articles By Der Spiegel On Contemporary United States: Part 2, The International Affairs (Reprinted In Full)


11/05/2012 06:33 PM Divided States of America Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation By SPIEGEL Staff The United States is frittering away its role as a model for the rest of the world. The political system is plagued by an absurd level of hatred, the economy is stagnating and the infrastructure is falling … Continue reading

The Entire Blog In One-PDF Format Document (as a Ebook)


Hi, Been long since I was here, there is nothing to rambling about, the world continues to be the same. Any way, I just thought I should attach for your benefit, as a ebook, my complete blog, you can download it and read it on your own leisure, if you might have any questions or … 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 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

The Products of #ArabSpring : The Re-Palestinisation (Hamas-Fatah Unity) & Re-Islamisation (of Islamic World)


The events in Middle East are without a doubt very critical in affecting the local politics and face of the region, and perhaps, the first greatest impact-product from these events, is the Hamas-Fatah/PLO Accord. Secondly, the rise of Political Salafism. Thirdly, the inevitable overthrow of Arabian Monarchism. Fourth, marginalisation of Turkey, and friendly relations between … Continue reading

What Is A State (Really)? And Their Strategic Cultures (Important to the Understanding on their Approaches to all Levels of Politics)?


Introduction: Understanding State-ism So, we have covered plenty this month, and today, we will take a look at exactly why we can predict states’ behaviours based on their make-up, histories, cultures, or what tends to be referred to as, strategic cultures of states. The aim is to approach and examine effect of regionalism on states, … 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

The ‘Ruling Cartels’: The Realities of Political Affairs


So, I have continued with my historical studies, and every readings and investigations I keep seeing one picture in clarity, how throughout history, as humans settled classification of societies became part of the communities, or polities. At the top, the ‘prince’ (ruling families), followed by nobles (associates in ruling courts), followed by priests (or link-to-ordinary-people, … Continue reading

On The New ‘Hispanics’ United States: The Internal Crisis (we left out of discussion, previously)


Today, the Washington Post has an excellent piece on an old issue that which might be, with greater probability, the most significant factor in contributing to the United States Internal Crisis and Decline, as a result of internal conflicts between ‘the to-be white-minorities’ and the new ‘to-be non-white majorities’ (with memories full of humiliations). Find … Continue reading

On The Imperial United States (Part II): The Origins and The Resistance


”We must always remember that the United States of America is to some extent an ideological power which originated, just like the Soviet Union, from a Revolution, and therefore feels the need to guide the rest of the world in accordance with its principles as an essential part of her foreign policy” Eric Hobsbawn The … Continue reading

Not The End of the US Global Power, It is the Beginning-Maturity Phase!


Recently while undertaking the previously mentioned research project on the Rise and Fall of Global Powers, I came across more of the same old cries of an end of the American Global Power, that began, seemingly, with the Cold War Race for Global share of Dominating-Power, between the US and USSR. The hidden meaning to … Continue reading

In Dialogue With My Dearest Effi (Ephraim) On The Coming Age of Western Colonization (Part II)


After the recent post ”The Unthinkable: The Great Scramble For The West!!!” (Please See The Next Post Below), I met up with my ‘muse’, Ephraim Daniels, a Close and Dearest Jewish Friend of mine, and a Doctorate student of Philosophy. The topic of conversation was the above aforementioned post; the coming colonisation of the West. … Continue reading

The Unthinkable: The Great Scramble For The West!!!!


Perhaps, these little lines I am penning at the present might well be enough to create my immortality, or ridicule, whatever of the two, I can not stay silent but state what I seem to have stumble upon by accident. Recently, I have been researching in the ”Rise and Falls of The Great Powers”, for … 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

Analysis On The Contemporary Muslim-Jewish Conflicts


On my ”Selected Political Essays”, I looked briefly at what would happen in the Middle East, as I predicted the so-called ”Arab Revolts”, and in the final essay, ”Global Strategic Forecast: 2010-2050”, I looked at what would such a regional discontent mean to the Jews of the Greater Palestine: the essays can be located at … Continue reading

The Greatest Secret: How To Win Against Anyone, Just Don’t Fight!!


”For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.” Sun Tzu, The Art of War. The above quotation is from the infamous ancient strategist, Master Sun Tzu, which has been promiscuously used without really evidence that those … Continue reading

Why States Go To War: In Conversation With The Great Sociologist, Charles Tilly (Thanks to M.A. for the Research Paper)


Forget everything, leave everything, and spend at least half an hour, but I reckon for some might be an hour length more, as attached research paper written by the great sociologist, Charles Tilly, and sent to me by Mark (our sincere gratitude), is highly demanding in intellectual comprehension. Before we proceed to the paper, I … Continue reading