Author: Nedka Babliku

Tribalism in The Age of The Nation State: Its Virtues And Vices: Pt 2 – The Many Faces of Tribalism

The Many Faces of Tribalism That there are more varieties of tribal identities than there are countries in the world goes without saying. Yet within those tribal identities there exist countless little sub-identities, many vastly different from one another, yet all nevertheless have one thing in common: they rarely change. […]

Tribalism in The Age of The Nation State: Its Virtues And Vices: Pt 1 – Introduction and Tribalism Post Cold-War

Introduction Much time and resources have been wasted on countless futile experiments to determine whether human beings are innately altruistic or selfish. I say “wasted” for a simple reason, that any person possessed of a brain and a healthy dose of reality will come to the conclusion that human beings […]

Debunking And Reclaiming The Lost Meaning of ‘Victimhood’

With “Israel” threatening to obliterate Lebanon, Syria and Iran simultaneously, it beggars belief that anyone could still think that the Zionist regime represents anything other than pure, unbridled aggression. However, there remain some who are still persuaded by the unjustified “victim narrative” perpetuated by the regime to silence all opposition to its […]