Tag: Muammar Gaddafi.

Marco Rubio Doesn’t Understand The Difference Between Romania in 1989 and Libya in 2011

The extremely militant US Senator Marco Rubio has been widely criticised after he Tweeted photos of former Libyan revolutionary Muammar Gaddafi speaking to his supporters, alongside a photo of Gaddafi taken seconds before he was assassinated by terrorists. Rubio later Tweeted a photo of former Romanian leader Nicolae Ceaușescu speaking […]

Most Jihadist Terrorists Are on Drugs: Gaddafi Knew This in 2011 and Duterte Knows it Today

In 2011, when Libyan Revolutionary leader Muammar Gaddafi appeared before his nation saying that seditious elements and foreign agitators were on narcotics and thus deprived of their own cognitive abilities, he was laughed at by the western mainstream media who cheered on his subsequent assassination at the hands of al-Qaeda proxies […]

The Arab World Has Martyrs But no Leaders

Today marks the release of Palestinian prisoner Ahed Tamimi who served eight months in an Israeli jail after slapping a soldier during protests against the expansion of illegal Israeli settlements near Nabi Salih.  Ahed Tamimi’s plight became symbolic of a Palestinian people struggling against a militarily superior occupier force without any tangible results. The […]

China Has Ended The West’s Foreign Policy Apartheid Over Africa

In 1986, US President Ronald Reagan vetoed the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act, although Congressional support for the Act was strong enough so that American Congressmen opted to override the Presidential veto. Even so, Reagan’s Treasury Department remained accused of minimally enforcing the sanctions on Apartheid South Africa. Reagan’s sympathies with the Apartheid […]

Duterte Joins The Ranks of Heroic Anti-Colonial Leaders and Activists Who Rejected an Imperialist View of God And Embraced True Faith

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte continues to stand by remarks in which he criticised the deity worshipped by the purveyors of organised religion as “stupid” while describing his own faith as a belief in a universal God who is logical, loving and forgiving. When answering questions regarding a possible apology over […]

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. […]