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الأحد, 04 كانون1/ديسمبر 2022 09:03

Classical Dinosaur

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Following the Roman road to disaster in Parthia. Shakespeare gave us an abiding image of Caesar. Pompey promoted himself as the second coming of Alexander the Great. But when it comes to the mysterious third man who pulled the strings and turned the gears of politics in first-century BC Rome, Marcus Licinius Crassus has only himself to blame for historical obscurity. Eighteen years after rising to the public’s attention for ending Spartacus’ revolt, Caesar’s one-time banker and Rome’s former head of state departed for the Tigris and Euphrates with mad imperialist designs of annexing Parthia to Rome. An otherwise comfortable…
الأحد, 20 تشرين2/نوفمبر 2022 10:24

Remembering Hiroshima

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Sometimes, something happens that is so awful that we find ourselves rationalizing it, talking as if it had to happen, to make ourselves feel better about the horrible event. For many people, I believe, President Truman’s dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, and on Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945, were two such events. After all, if the leader of arguably the freest country in the world decided to drop those bombs, he had to have a good reason, didn’t he? I grew up in Canada thinking that, horrible as it was, dropping the atomic bombs on those two…
الإثنين, 24 تشرين1/أكتوير 2022 18:26

Jewish Involvement In Black Slave Trade To The Americas

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The following passages are from Dr. Raphael's book Jews and Judaism in the United States: A Documentary History (New York: Behrman House, Inc., Pub, 1983), pp. 14, 23-25.  "Jews also took an active part in the Dutch colonial slave trade; indeed, the bylaws of the Recife and Mauricia congregations (1648) included an imposta (Jewish tax) of five soldos for each Negro slave a Brazilian Jew purchased from the West Indies Company. Slave auctions were postponed if they fell on a Jewish holiday. In Curacao in the seventeenth century, as well as in the British colonies of Barbados and Jamaica in the…
الخميس, 22 أيلول/سبتمبر 2022 12:01

In the anniversary of death of Mr Mokhtar Aniba, we have a rich program

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Proud to announce  Fière de vous annoncer a rich program, un riche programme à l'occasion du vingtième anniversaire de la mort de Mokhtar Aniba rahimahou Allah le 27 septembre 2002. Article, article avec sa plume, vidéo de photos l'immortalisant et une vidéo de Madame Afaf Aniba parlant de Monsieur son défunt père ... ...Merci pour votre suivi We will publish notes and notes writed by Mokhtar Aniba great Algerian diplomat and video of him and of course, another video of his daughter Afaf Aniba, she will present her honorable father  and their career and books inshâallah. Follow us, thank you
الأربعاء, 14 أيلول/سبتمبر 2022 06:52

The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's Early Soviet Regime

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In the night of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters. They were cut down in a hail of gunfire in a half-cellar room of the house in Ekaterinburg, a city in the Ural mountain region, where they were being held prisoner. The daughters were finished off with bayonets. To prevent a cult for the dead Tsar, the bodies were carted away to the countryside and hastily buried in a secret grave. Bolshevik authorities at first…
الجمعة, 25 آذار/مارس 2022 09:55

The End of the Templars

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Pope Clement V suppressed the order on 22 March Less than 25 years after the fall of Acre in May 1291 – the last, decisive defeat for the Crusader states – the Knights Templar fell too.   Founded around 1119, they began modestly as military escorts for the Christian pilgrims flocking to the newly conquered Holy Lands. It was commonly said that the order had only nine knights for its first nine years – a figurative truth that also nods to the way in which the order always seems to have had a mystical identity alongside its material one. Myths and…
السبت, 12 آذار/مارس 2022 11:20

The History Behind the Russia-Ukraine War 1/2

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Just to get this out of the way first real quick: Whenever someone dares to differ with the common government and TV narrative about Russia and their role in the world, that person is usually instantly condemned as spouting "Russian talking points," or being "paid by Putin." This is probably especially the case this week as Russia is waging an aggressive invasion against their neighbor Ukraine as we speak. But that is still nonsense. Where would a Texan obtain these talking points? Are they true? Back in the days of the Communist Soviet Union, there were some Americans, many fewer…
السبت, 12 آذار/مارس 2022 11:13

The History Behind the Russia-Ukraine War 2/2

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This is the deadly legacy of the Democrats, FBI and CIA’s Russiagate hoax. Millions of Americans, caught up in the lies of these monsters, came to believe that their country had quite literally been conquered by the Russians in a way that the Communists only ever could in the movies: they had installed a Manchurian Candidate, a compromised white-supremacist agent of the Kremlin in the Oval Office, with his finger on the big red button and all. Narratives about politicians and statesmen fighting over regional power and influence give way to cartoonish morality plays full of heroes and villains and…
السبت, 08 كانون2/يناير 2022 09:45

Notes on Francis Fukuyama, “The End of History?”

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As the end of the century [in this case the end of the 80s] approaches, the triumph of Westernliberal democracy again seems the inevitability that it did at the turn of the previous century.This is an absolute triumph of the Western idea. It is seen in the failure of all viable alternativeideas, and also in the spread of consumer culture around the world. This may signal the end ofhistory in the sense of humanity’s ideological evolution, and the universalization of Westernculture.Note: all summary of Hegel’s philosophy is taken strait from Fukuyama. If you don’t like theinterpretation, blame Frank, not me.The…
الجمعة, 22 تشرين1/أكتوير 2021 10:04

How Important was the Battle of Lepanto?

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Fought on 7 October 1571, the great sea battle between Christian Europe and the Ottoman Empire was seen as a pivotal moment in history. Have its consequences been exaggerated? The message arrived at Philip II’s pharaonic complex at El Escorial, still under construction, at 2pm on 31 October 1571, having travelled 3,500 kilometres at an average of 150 kilometres a day: a record. The king was at prayer, since it was All Souls Day, and, on his orders, the choir immediately sang the Te Deum. Philip’s chief minister hailed it as ‘the greatest naval victory since Pharaoh’s army drowned in the…
الإثنين, 16 آب/أغسطس 2021 08:56

Let There Be Wind

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In 1887 James Blyth became the first person to spin electricity from air, lighting his home in Marykirk, south of Aberdeen, with a 33ft cloth-sailed wind turbine. Blyth was born in Marykirk and had a cottage there, but by the 1880s was based in Glasgow, where he was a professor at Anderson College (now the University of Strathclyde). Established in 1796 to provide ‘useful knowledge’ for skilled workers, Blyth echoed the principles of the college when he offered the benefits of his new technology to Marykirk’s villagers as a cheap, clean way to light their main street. They declined, fearing…
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