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Wikileaks confirms the treachery of the Ummah’s Rulers

The recent wikileaks releases have sent shock waves around the world exposing the views of western diplomats regarding foreign governments and individuals. Causing a mixture of embarrassment and political incidents, the leaks have left the American government scrambling around the world to maintain damage control. In addition to America’s humiliation, the leaks have given the world a better understanding of western views of other heads of state, as well as confirmation of the true nature of the Muslim rulers.  Continue reading


Capitalism Wobbles as World Bank Chief Opens Gold Standard Debate


Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank, has created a furore in economic circles by suggesting that world economies should adopt gold as a reference for anchoring national exchange rates. He said: “The system should also consider employing gold as an international reference point of market expectations about inflation, deflation and future currency values.” Continue reading

The true reality of War is more than a Video Game


9th November 2010 saw the release of one of the biggest video games of the year, Call of Duty: Black Ops. Black Ops is the sequel to the biggest selling game in history, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which grossed more than $1 Billion in sales. As the sales figures suggest the video games industry is big business, with the highest selling games earning more than some Hollywood films. Continue reading

Ideologies of Today’s World

On the political landscape around the globe we find that only three ideologies exist today: Capitalism, Communism and Islam. The first two ideologies are implemented by states, while Islam is not carried by a state (since 1924), but rather by individuals within different countries, nevertheless Islam as an ideology exists across the globe.

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Democracy in Crisis


What started as an experiment in Athens over two thousand years ago eventually pervaded every continent and every land.  Democracy, Democracy, Democracy is the repeated call that bellows from the four corners of the globe. It is the established order in a chaotic and unstable world, where every critic of democracy is viewed with heretical suspicion. For every political problem, we are told, lies a democratic solution. For every civilization, for every country for every tribe, for every time – goes the mantra – democracy is the claimed answer to all our ills. In the poetic words of a RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women in Afghanistan) activist, democracy will cure all wounds and bring a dawn of freedom. Continue reading

How Capitalism killed Football

Liverpool FC was one of the last remaining clubs to have kept out corporate influence in the premier league and maintained its institutional values. But the current crisis and lack of silverware has seen Liverpool abandon the collective values developed by Bill Shankly in the 1960’s and become the target of predatory corporations looking for quick profits.

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