I came across this interesting article in the wake of the Nice attack.
To mark the 3rd anniversary of his passing, this rhyme is dedicated to ‘the man’
A tribute to the late great Muhammad Ali,
by way of a poem.
He beat the rest
Then he beat the best.
Then at his peak
They tried to make him weak.
This strategy is played out countless times in countless arenas. This of course has changed over the course of history, where initially, many centuries ago, it was just plain “attack” We want your territory, we have a bigger army, so we just attack. Then when this proved to be ‘unethical’ a change of plan was
introduced. Abuse the potential enemy with threats, false(invariably) accusations, and provocation and when they respond/retaliate (or not), attack. The justification being their response. And our final one is to play the diplomacy card first to show the ‘humanitarian’ side. ‘We want to persuade you to agree with us
because we want an amicable solution. When this fails, fall back to plans B(abuse) and C(attack).
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, or ‘NATO’ as it is also known, is an agreement between a group of countries regarding their common goals towards ‘defence’ of their combined nations against attack, primarily from Russia (The former Soviet Union).
The problem with this is that the acronym is misleading. It should read as the ‘North American Treaty Organisation’ due to the fact that it revolves 100% around North America. Namely The USA. Harking back to the title of the article, all the resolutions which the organisation make do not see the light of day unless the American reps agree to them. Hardly a democracy. Hardly a treaty.
Recent events in the Korean peninsula have led most people to believe that there might, at long last, be peace in the region.
The heralded summit between Kim Jong-Un and his counterpart Moon Jae-In, has rejuvenated the belief that there may be a resolution, if not the ultimate resolution(reunification) in sight.
Why is it that this line is constantly in movies from the US, but they are some of the worst offenders on the planet! Do they think that this line instills any sense of honesty into their audiences?
The line is “DON’T LIE TO ME!!” (No doubt you may have heard and seen this once or twice).
This is something I have heard for many years on chat shows, in movies, in cop series(mostly), and I get the “we don’t want to teach our kids or youth to lie” angle, but hey!!! Lies are all around us.
Religion has long been a word which stirs emotions, triggers debate, arouses passion, and also instills suspicion and fear. The worship of a higher being of which generally there is no concrete evidence, has shaped societies and cultures for thousands of years. One of the religions at the centre of the debate is Islam. This religion, looks to Allah as its supreme being, and has rules which must be followed.
The war in Syria has raged on for more than 6 years now with no clear end in sight. The media coverage of the event (depending on the source of the information you read) has provided no real reasons for: a) the cause of the war. b) efforts to try to bring an end to the conflict.
From most western reporting sources, the reason behind the war has been the build up of forces opposed to Assad’s rule and the atrocities he has committed against his own people.
But upon further investigation, it appears, that there is a far more sinister agenda.
Coming to your screens soon. The unforgettable story of the alien invasion of earth which is thwarted once again.
But what a minute. Haven’t we been there before? time and time again?
This time we have a repeat of Independence Day, in which Will Smith, our wise-cracking Colonel in the Air Force, partners up with Bill Paxton as POTUS (as he is so widely known as now. Now wonder people are slowly turning into dummies), to save the world. AGAIN.
As the current European migrant situation sees no signs of abating anytime soon, many people in European countries are beginning to focus on nationalism.The rights of the common nation in many European countries are being eroded in favour of those who are arriving on their shores seeking asylum.