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New movements

December 24th, 2018 No comments

Well, things are going in the right way, but it has come in a jump that I didn’t expect.  First and foremost, England is tearing itself free from the banking elites amateurish project of the EU. Amateurish in terms of political philosophy.  That is good for England, and from here on the Brits can decide […]

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New ideas

December 21st, 2018 No comments

I have often wondered about political science. It seems such a shallow endeavor.  Being a polymath, I work in different sciences; politics, metaphysics, law, economy, art, business ethics, pedagogical methods, science methodology and many more. Among them a penchant for magic in a classical sense. When you read all these different subjects, you tend to […]

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New priorities

December 21st, 2018 No comments

American military might is truly only one mission, if it follows the dictum of the constitution; for the people.  This means, in all simplicity, it is a vanguard for freedom and Democracy. Freedom and Democracy is threatened more than ever all around the globe, not least in Europe right now, where corrupt power elites conspire […]

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The last crest of peace

December 20th, 2018 No comments

We are finally seeing some development in the discussion on Brexit. I did not really see the opportunity, but now when it is here, it seems quite opportune.  We are riding the last crest of peace in the parliamentary democratic final wave.  To see what is at risk, one has to look at the continent, […]

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The French heroes

December 19th, 2018 No comments

The sixth French Revolution is on its way. I have sought this for many years, and since it could not come from the top, perhaps this time it will come from the bottom.  I am a total fan of the original French Revolution. As I see it, this is the most important event in European […]

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The English

December 19th, 2018 No comments

The Brexit process is finally starting in earnest. I suppose it had to be tried, the attempt to get the EU to get an interest in the process from at sound perspective. But this has not been possible, whoever you are, a Brexiteer or a Remainer must simply realize this. This leaves the process at […]

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Peoples power

December 17th, 2018 No comments

Politics need to be handled by people who know how politics works, otherwise things tend to go to a very bad place. Politics work like this; people tend to see things in terms of a pendulum swings. Power swings in these days from right to left, to right, to left. In a manner of a […]

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The United Kingdom

December 15th, 2018 No comments

It is quite obvious, that the deal for Britain, as it stands, is no deal. Without having all the details, it seems quite obvious, that the deal that Mrs. May has crafted simply will not satisfy the British public. Well, as I see it, it is because it does not address what is really important; […]

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Hope!

December 13th, 2018 No comments

I thought, that the Yellow vests were just unthinking, how wrong was I! My original organisation SIAD is a part of the Yellow Vests, so I have followed the string of messages of the Yellow vests on my Facebook page. They are my people! A French version of Bernie Sanders, a new perspective on workers […]

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Violence

December 13th, 2018 No comments

Well, the Yellow vests seem to be very wrong on one thing. That, that it is the ‘Jews’ in pluralis that is responsible for all the difficulties in Europe right now. I mean, one of the main points of the whole movement has been the point about going against the Marrakech treaty. I started that […]

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Brexit

December 12th, 2018 No comments

Ok, there is a very, very slim hope of getting out of the Brexit negotiations without making an absolute chaos out of it.  After listening to his eminence rev. John Sentamu, who has been a staunch remainer, I believe, that we should all remainers as well as brexiteers find some common ground.  That common ground […]

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The people will decide

December 11th, 2018 No comments

Well, as I predicted, the effect of the lack of reform in the EU system starts to destroy the system. You can perhaps stem the flow with violence for some time, but the fact of the matter is, that the reason why the people are rebelling is because they see no other choice. As long […]

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The Middle East

December 5th, 2018 No comments

The Christians in the Middle East are faring much better today than ten years ago, what has happened? Well, for starters, I believe, that we have come to understand the depth of the historical situation. When the US went to Iraq twenty years ago, we did not see the situation clearly in the sense, that […]

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The UK

December 4th, 2018 No comments

We are nearing the end of the Brexit negotiations, one way or the other. As a staunch Brexiteer, these are my reflections so far. First of all, the people of the UK has been so mired in the discussion of Brexit, that several world changing events have gone over their heads. First and foremost the […]

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Europe

December 2nd, 2018 No comments

Europe is burning once again. It seems to me, that the burning of Europe is a tradition that every third generation has to contribute to, and therefor repeat. Again, and again, and again. On one hand, this time around, is the mass of migrants who rebel because of their living conditions and general apathy. They […]

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