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ISIS: The Inevitable Failure of a Caliphate

September 21, 2014 1:00 pm0 comments
ISIS: The Inevitable Failure of a Caliphate

There is a stringent list of reasons why ISIS could not be considered a valid authority in the Middle East, most prominently their thirst for blood and intolerance, but also because the caliphate system they profess to have established became outmoded before the 8th century. Since the Ottoman period most Muslims […]

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Why Scotland MUST Vote NO.

September 18, 2014 1:06 pm3 comments
Why Scotland MUST Vote NO.

To vote Yes is to end the most successful 307 year union of countries that ever existed.  There has never been a country who devolved into independence that was successful because of its independence. Even Norway, who most Yes voters use as their example, went through an extreme depression after […]

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Experts: intense Scottish referendum debate already changed country’s future

September 14, 2014 12:42 pm0 comments
Experts: intense Scottish referendum debate already changed country’s future

Alex Salmond, Prime Minister of Scotland and the leader of the country’s National Party who advocates the state’s independence from the United Kingdom, supposedly defeated his opponent Alistair Darling, former British minister and the leader of “Better Together” movement, in a debate on the oncoming referendum on Scottish independence. Alex Salmond […]

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Max Verstappen Crowned Youngest F1 Driver Ever

August 19, 2014 5:58 pm0 comments
Max Verstappen Crowned Youngest F1 Driver Ever

You may remember Jos Verstappen, a Formula One driver known best for his starts and excellent driving abilities in rainy conditions. Like father like son, F1 has welcomed Max Verstappen into the Formula 1 betting odds at the tender age of just 16. He has been signed by Red Bull’s Scuderia Toro Rosso […]

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California Opts To Postpone Online Poker Legalisation

August 13, 2014 4:52 pm0 comments
California Opts To Postpone Online Poker Legalisation

Californians had been hoping that Online Poker would become legal in 2014 with a bill proposed by State Senator Lou Correa and Assemblyman Reginald Jones-Sawyer going through to finally end the state wide ban that has caused so much annoyance and outrage over the years. However, due to a lack […]

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – A (spoiler free) Review

August 10, 2014 10:01 am1 comment
Jason Clarke stars in Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. What a mouthful. The Matt Reeves directed, Andy Serkis mo-capped, Jason Clarke acted sequel to 2011’s Rupert Wyatt-James Franco lead Rise of the Planet of the Apes is the 8th film in the franchise that stretches back 36 years and includes two television shows. The rebooted […]

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‘Men have ruled the world for too long’ – Interview with Swedish feminist politician Veronica Svärd

August 3, 2014 1:00 pm6 comments
‘Men have ruled the world for too long’ – Interview with Swedish feminist politician Veronica Svärd

‘Men’s violence against women causes more death than all military conflicts in the world. It is the worst form of oppression of women, and of course Sweden, like everywhere else, does not stand free from this global insecurity matter’ – says Veronica Svärd, candidate to the Swedish parliament for Feminist Initiative.  Below you […]

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Pro-Israeli undercurrents in the BBC

July 27, 2014 11:54 am0 comments
Pro-Israeli undercurrents in the BBC

BBC reports on the progression of Israel’s ‘Operation Protective Edge’ are coming increasingly under fire. Thousands protested outside BBC headquarters in London, demanding an honest portrayal of the situation in Gaza. Some elements of pro-Israeli bias in the BBC are here summarised in brief. 1. It publicises Israeli propaganda: It repeats Israeli-created terminology which holds […]

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