The Magical Keys of Power

Many struggle to answer questions on the use and misuse of power. Real power is not ruling over others or leading others to get them to do things. True power is an attitude and a state of mind rather than an attempt to control others. Its foundation builds our competence, vision, positive personal qualities, and courage within ourselves. This then as it is projects outward is generous, creative and humane than other forms of what is power. True personal power – in reality is the only power we have in our entire lives. We must move towards self-realisation and transcend … Continue reading The Magical Keys of Power

Is Identity Evropa a future ‘White ISIS’?

Identity Evropa + Identity ISIS = Branding Identity Evropa a white nationalist group created in 2016 its founder Nathan Damigo was a former Marine who carried out an armed robbery after returning from two tours in Iraq. On being released from prison in 2014 Damigo led the National Youth Front, the youth wing of the American Freedom Party. The group classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Anti-Defamation League, the SPLC reporting that it was founded by “racist Southern California skinheads that aims to deport immigrants and return the United States to white rule.” … Continue reading Is Identity Evropa a future ‘White ISIS’?

Anti-Muslim Hatred, Muslimophobia & Islamophobia – What terms do I use and why?

Terrorism & Anger: The terrorist attack in Christchurch where over 50 Muslims were killed and many injured was an expression of anti Muslim racial hatred that is still being disseminated across our planet by media, think tanks and grassroots groups especially those based in the United States. Islam is not a race and never was and we should not take on an identity of a race based religion which was never the intention of The Last Prophet PBUH. The word “Muslim” connects followers to the way of Islam, the second largest world religion in the next few years will number … Continue reading Anti-Muslim Hatred, Muslimophobia & Islamophobia – What terms do I use and why?

Alt-Right Leaderless Resistance, Encouragement of Lone Wolf Terrorism & Uncle Tom.

Lone Wolf: The lone actor is one who prepares and commits an act alone, outside of a formal command structure. These ‘loners’ are influenced by ideology and beliefs of an external group and act in support of its ideas. A “lone wolf” is one who generally lives or spends time alone instead of with a group or people he identifies with. Those who do commit acts of terrorism can more correctly be referred to as stray or ‘feral dogs‘ not lone wolves. A lone wolf is a wolf that is searching, and what it seeks is another wolf or a … Continue reading Alt-Right Leaderless Resistance, Encouragement of Lone Wolf Terrorism & Uncle Tom.

15 Characteristics of the Khawarij

THE FOLLOWING ARE a few of the characteristics of the earlier Khawarij, including those who lived at the time of the Companions of the Prophet, as well as those at the time of the Ummayad and Abbasid Caliphates and all other ages, including the present. The aim of this article is to compare the characteristics of the earlier Khawarij with those of the Khawarij succeeding them, including those who call themselves “Al Qaedah” and “ISIS” or the “Islamic State in Iraq and Syria” or “Daesh,” and the likes of them who have manipulated and twisted the teachings of Islam, the proper … Continue reading 15 Characteristics of the Khawarij

Memory Lock 100 System & Sun Tzu

RE: Workshop brief for 08/03/2019 – 120 mins session. Simple Phonetics: We start with the Standard English Phonetic Alphabet as follows (allow 5 mins to lock in memory): 0 becomes z, s, c (soft)1 becomes t or d2 becomes n3 becomes m4 becomes r5 becomes l6 becomes j, ch, sh, g (soft)7 becomes k, c (hard), g (hard)8 becomes v, f, ph9 becomes b or p Each number becomes a consonant sound. Remember: Vowels do not have any meaning except to act as fillers in our words. Double letter combinations are counted as one sound. Silent letters are not counted. … Continue reading Memory Lock 100 System & Sun Tzu

Warfare: Strategy, Tactics, Operations & Logistics

The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand. Art of War All our freedoms are a result of successful battles – regardless if it is about taking up arms, demonstrations, peace activism or simple politics. All wars begin within the mind. We can choose to avoid battle but if we aim to survive let alone thrive, we cannot avoid preparation for defensive actions. Look at where the Roman Empire is today? Or The Islamic Empire, Or the British Empire or the French … Continue reading Warfare: Strategy, Tactics, Operations & Logistics

The Allegory of the Cave

“How could they see anything but the shadows if they were never allowed to move their heads?” ― Plato, The Allegory of the Cave The ‘Allegory Of The Cave’ is a theory put forward by Plato, concerning human perception. Plato tells us that we can think, and speak, but regardless of this yet have no awareness of the realm of forms of reality even within this 3D environment. The allegory of the cave explains this in more depth. We are as if within a cave, like prisoners staring at the wall of the cave and behind us burns a fire.  Between the fire … Continue reading The Allegory of the Cave

A Brief History of Time & Earth 2019.

A Brief History of Time In A Brief History of Time, Hawking writes about the origin and composition of the universe in easy terminology for the mass audience But don’t worry E=mc2 is the only equation that appears in the entire book. Hawking begins with an account of the historical studies of astronomy by figures such as Aristotle and Ptolemy. The concept of a round-shaped Earth that was held by Aristotle was contrary to most others of his time. He, like Ptolemy, believed the sun and stars orbited the Earth. This hypothesis was later disproven by the work of Copernicus, … Continue reading A Brief History of Time & Earth 2019.

#IndiaPakistan Tension – Will it lead to Nuclear War?

Under the British partition plan provided by the Indian Independence Act, Kashmir was free to accede to India or Pakistan. The Maharaja (local ruler) of Kashmir, Hari Singh, chose India despite the majority of the population being Muslim and a two-year war erupted in 1947 and then again 1965, and limited war in 1999. Both nations have had a fragile cease-fire in place since 2003 but regularly exchange fire across the border. The presence of educated Indian Diaspora in the west especially the United States has given India a cost-effective tool for soft diplomacy for India and is a force … Continue reading #IndiaPakistan Tension – Will it lead to Nuclear War?