Sunday, August 02, 2009

Should We Even Listen, No more?

Why should any government in the so called "third world" or even second or fourth world ever listen to what the United Nations and the culprits in the barbaric act of invading the sovereign nation of Iraq?
Why should the people of the poorer world that is deprived of freedom, resources and even dignity by it's own elite listen and even trust the west anymore? They can not trust their own ha.
The elite that is schmoozed on every occasion by the claim of undignifieng "Democracy" and "snake spit rights aka human rights"
Something is very wrong with this picture folks, and I mean it.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Future of US - Britain, Muslims and Policy making

The ruling of the high court in Britain to revoke the control order issued by the Home office in England is a positive move but not enough to stop the irresponsible attitude of the British State handlers. Secret evidence is the weapon of choice of the Home Office, it is withheld from the accused, and if it is accompanied with a possible complacency of the judicial system, imprisonment becomes unavoidable for the accused, since they can not challenge the so called evidence as it happens in a non partisan non discriminative and free and fair judicial system.

The British and US authorities have been using such tactics since the attacks on the United States in September 2001, whom the masterminds are yet to be caught and not a single person have been charged directly with that crime.
There strategy is appear to aim at not only reduce the number of Muslims in the west but also alienate Muslim communities by putting pressure on them in which will eventually create tension that will develop the unavoidable of more suspects and more detentions, it is a cycle that is thought well, but is it working and why Authorities in Europe and The United States have to take that route?
Strategy builders & policy makers, need to challenge their mental models regarding Islam, and eventually Muslims. It is a fact that Muslims are now part of the fabric of any Western society, they have above than average Education, wealth and family bounds, especially in the US. So seeing those realities as wealth rather than threat is what ought to be the outline and back ground of establishing a policy aimed at more integration more Immigration to these countries from the Muslim world. But why do I think so.
Here's a thought, the future seems to be determined by a rising power that will be in control of much of world wealth and massive natural resource buildup and effective export capabilities that can not be forgone by most of the world population.
This strong capability building that was and is going on for almost 25 years, is accomplished by the growing world power China.
China will eventually dictate the worlds economic structure and it's out put. For the United states to be able to continue to maintain leverage in the World in the next 70 years, there has to be an injection of two things, an Ideological base and Man power America lacks both in the short run.
America has lost the edge in the last 40 years by let go principles of real economic bench marks that with out, it's system ceases to exist eventually.
The growing of the non Arab Muslim population in the United States and their effect on policy making will have to be an ingredient of electorate leverage eventually to be closer to the Mideast, where a pact will be formed against an ever growing Chinese spread world wide.
To sum things up, the West will lose more by implementing such ill policies that will only cause to alienate more Muslims. these actions if they persist against Muslims, will eventually lead to the weakness of the the United States & Britain (which is already on the brinks of bankruptcy), as their disgruntled Muslim populations grows.

An effective dialog needs to be established between Policy makers and Muslims and that has to start in the form of public meetings, administered by Public Figures such as Prime Ministers in Britain and President Obama in the US, where talk needs to be positive and more on what can we do together rather then how can governments falsely imprison you.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Discussion & Dialogue

What is the difference between Discussion and Dialogue?

Monday, July 20, 2009

The Iranian Chess

An observer would marvel at the way the Iranians are playing the game of changing the rules of maintaining the revolutionary system established in 1979 after toppling the Shah of Iran, while mastering the impression of polarizing inside the country.

The unfolding of the events resulting from protest to election's results, led to the creation of supporters to the Khameni-Ahmedinijad versus what is disguised as the Anti, represented in the Karubi and Musawi. The scenario has worked very well to the point that Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani is now considered Moderate by many internally and externally.
The time frame that took Rafsanjani starting from the days of clashes between security forces & the Basij on one hand and the Musawi supporters on the other to call for the release of protesters who were arrested and calling for reform is what leads the observation in concluding that the Persian political machine is strong and alive and functioning in harmony rather then what it seems to the world as weakened, and divided.
To the contrary the events have emboldened the legitimacy of the Iranian state and gave way to a deeper understanding of who is who on the political and social arena as well as a test of strength for a much needed balancing act for the continuation of the (Islamic) Republic Of Iran.
The events also gave the Political machine an idea on internally perceived trouble centers, by monitoring the activities either foreign or locals backed by external (including Mujahidi Khalq) forces to curtail and inflame the public to up rise utilising the unverified claims of wrong doing in voting practises by the party of President Mahmud Ahmdi Nijad.
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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Srebrenica Massacre

Today is the 14th anniversary of the Srebrenica Massacre by the Serb. more than 8000 Bosnian Muslims were massacred after they were handed over by the Dutch United Nation force.
Make note Europe & UN.

Yes We Can

Obama visit to Ghana has many dimensions, despite the fact that Ghana has newly discovered Oil Reserves, the speech of Barack Obama as the president of the United States Of America, will definitely have a transformational effect in the long run for African nations.

Good governance, honest police force and investing in people, functioning institutions were the pillars of what Obama is envisioning for the impoverished continent. Vibrant private sector, with freedom for the press and most importantly an End to Tyranny was one word that echoed strongly in Obama speech.
Africa is a continent where outspoken dissidents disappear with no account. tyrants claim democracy of one form or another but real policy and progress issues where development is key to lift the continent from poverty are not addressed. Vague slogans that only self serving to the elite with no accountability to what, how and who is predominant on the continent. Tribalism, nepotism and lack of tolerance are symptoms of these types of backward regimes.

Here is excrepts of Obama speech in Ghana:

•It is an honor for me to be in Accra & to speak to the representatives of the people of Ghana. I am proud that this is my first visit to sub-Saharan Africa as President of the US.

•The 21st century will be shaped by what happens not just in Rome or Moscow or Washington, but by what happens in Accra as well.

•I will focus on four areas that are critical to the future of Africa and the entire developing world: democracy; opportunity; health; and the peaceful resolution of conflict.

•Governments that respect the will of their own people are more prosperous, more stable, and more successful than governments that do not.

•With better governance, I have no doubt that Africa holds the promise of a broader base for prosperity.

•People must make responsible choices that prevent the spread of disease… promoting public health in their communities and countries.

•America will support these efforts through a comprehensive, global health strategy.

•Africa’s diversity should be a source of strength, not a cause for division

•We must stand up to inhumanity in our midst. It is never justifiable to target innocents in the name of ideology.

•I am speaking to the young people. You have the power to hold your leaders accountable, and to build institutions that serve the people.

•I can promise you this: America will be with you. As a partner. As a friend. Freedom is your inheritance. Now, it is your responsibility to build upon freedom’s foundation.