Monday, January 31, 2011



Mohammed Abdulrahman 

The Longing of Liberty

we may be witnessing scenarios that are true expressions of liberty.hopefully the newly awoken Arab world will be wary of the globalist and american agenda. I hope we will see a new land of freedom and innovation rising up out of the ashes of the old american despotic regimes. "END TYRANNY NOW!"

Friday, January 28, 2011

the Mediterranean

the Mediterranean countries are in a mess.every country on the Mediterranean sea. most if not all have experienced social unrest in the recent months lets begin with

ALGERIA: food riots,and big supplier of natural gas to Europe this could be next AL queada hot spot and a possible war with France

CYPRUS: the tiny island is divided and has U.N. peace keepers there who are currently working on a peace treaty to unify the island

FRANCE:Well it is probable all France's fault but they constantly are having riots  and major trouble and issue to deal with with muslims and the euro still beware of the frogs

EGYPT:We all now about this place currently entering the sixth days of protest and upheaval


GREECE:need any thing be said about this place this country owned by the IMF facing a very real anarchist type insurrection 

Israel:well they are surprising stable and the moment but there is always their government and the Palestinian question to ignite another genocide.

ITALY: government sex scandal and facing bankruptcy 

anyway you get the point the Mediterranean may be tomorrows hot spot it seems the world is heating up but i heard a great quote the other day which i am going to tried to remeber are a traitor if you cause a war that is avoidable, just as you are if you prevent a inevitable revolution.... 


Thursday, January 27, 2011

the true authoritarian nature of economics caused a  small explosion at a hotel in Davos.                                                                                                            

and the protests enter a third day in Egypt and don't forget they are also taking place in other Arab regimes like Yemen!

in other news it seems that Malaysia has released some 6000 genetically modified mosquitoes to fight the dengue.                                                                                        

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A long time falling

January 26th marks the twenty year mark since Somalia collapsed into a warzone  

Friday, January 21, 2011

3 dead in albania

at least three anti-government protesters are dead in Albania,we seem to be seeing more and more of these anti-government riots breaking out all over the world not to mention the alarming number of country with collapsing  government ( Belgium ,Lebanon ) or failed state.don't forget the failed states like Haiti and Somalia. speaking of Somalia I guess Black water is moving in to this war surely with the most Christian intentions and last but not least the U.N. still is meddling in the internal affairs of the Ivory Coast. with the president calling on the search of U.N. vehicles and the UN saying the would abide to it.this is a important event to watch a country trying to break away from the globalist design and conduct there own affairs. of course you could easily separate the country in two since there is already two presidents.  

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

A new country?

the president of south Sudan displays his figure to show proof he voted for succession. and with a preliminary count it looks as if South Sudan will become the worlds newest country.

Afghanistan joins the experiment!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Japanese researchers begin project to resurrect long extinct wholly mammoth using cloning technology!

Self-immolation "It's Catching On"
 after the success of Tunisia's protest, the act of lighting   ones self up has become a fad across the arab countries around the world.

trail begins for the Thessaloniki Four in Athens today

Saturday, January 15, 2011

the end of tyranny?

Tunisian riots forces the authoritarian regime out of power.What will the future hold for the people of Tunisia?

Monday, January 10, 2011

say it aint so... Basque give up right of independent homeland

The E.T.A. has offered a permanent cease-fire but the Spanish government has rejected it on the grounds that they still want a independent homeland.this ceasefire shouldn't be rejected and the calls for referendums of Basque autonomy and Independence should come to happen this is obviously alright for it to happen in Africa(south Sudan).plus since Europe is basically becoming of federation why not allow the Basque to have there one little homeland provided it followed within the rules and guidelines of E.U.Membership.besides the point Spain isn't like the most centralized nation it sits on the brink of having a decentralized government and soon it may well be a ward of the world bank or china since it seems eager to let china buy its "junk" bonds so it can fend of the real likelihood of having to take the dreaded IMF austerity package.So ask yourself why should a people who have been struggling for independence for forty years be required to suffer austerity brought on my a irresponsible government which they have opposed for forty years. Spain should take this cease fire seriously because the time may well be ripe for a new ETA revival.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011


why you looking at me!

So i was going to talk about Pakistan but i got distracted by some pictures of China which are awesome.