Tag: Libya


Without a Federal-Parliamentary System The Philippines Will Remain a Sham Democracy

Democracy is taken from the ancient Greek word δημοκρατία (dēmokratía) which simply means rule of the people. In order to facilitate this, many different systems have been implemented over the years. Among the most democratic systems ever to be employed was the years with varying degrees of pragmatic success and varying […]


Liberal Fear Mongering: Bribe Migrant Smugglers Or They’ll Turn Into Terrorists

The UK’s Guardian is contributing to senseless fear mongering in propagating the narrative that former migrant smugglers – and assumedly, the sub-Saharan population at large – will turn into terrorists unless they’re basically bribed by the Europeans not to. The EuroRealist Revolution in European Affairs began in Hungary but has […]


The Arab World IS Capable of Unity – Just Ask Supporters of Mohamed Salah

When Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah was injured during the Champions League final in which Salah’s Liverpool lost to Real Madrid, a collective sigh throughout the Arab world and beyond was palpable, not least because many believe that the injurious blow from Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos was intentional. While Salah intends to be […]




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. […]


Trump Appears to Disown Bolton’s “Libya” Threats to North Korea While Claiming He Opposed Wars in Iraq, Libya and Syria

In an at times rambling statement to reporters at the White House, Donald Trump appeared to disavow statements from his neocon National Security Adviser John Bolton who earlier indicated a “Libya model” for Korean de-nuclearisation. Based on what the US did to Libya between 2003 and 2011 and based on […]




Post-war Syria Can and Should be a Model for Chinese Industrial Automation and Rational Population Control

While improvements in nutrition, hygiene, irrigation, medicine, modern plumbing, the ability to distribute food and advanced sanitation systems have helped to elongate the human lifespan and consequently allow for larger populations, an unintended consequence of the modern revolutions in human health has been the fuelling of wars in regions that […]