Tag Archives: History

Defining a Crime against Humanity requires deliberation


We are told that Hitler started World War 2 when he invaded Poland in 1939. We are never told the real reason as to why Germany invaded Poland or why Poland welcomed it. The German State had repeatedly warned the Polish state that unless it would stop Polish militia committing genocide against the Prussian-German population in Poland, and if it would not stop them from repeated provocative … Continue reading

The Anglo Saxon conspiracy will soon be evident


We who are subjects in western democracies have been made to believe that there is a UK-USA partnership when there isn’t one. Yet it might appear to be and for a very good reason. It is usually referred to as Anglo-American partnership. The Anglo-Saxon conspiracy is the suggestion that there exists a powerful elite in the United Kingdom and elsewhere working towards the demise of the American empire … Continue reading

Gratitude embraces a graceful Universe


Universe likes gracefulness in you, because it is itself a graceful Universe. That’s why gratitude is more attractive than egocentric selfhisness. For the past 5000 years of human history we have believed in one God. The idea isn’t older than that. Yet human kind is 200.000 years old – approximately. This means that if human kind was only 100 years old, we would have believed in One … Continue reading

Road to democracy II


We have been taught that in the free city state of Athens, in ancient Greece, the first Democracy was born. A few years later, in ancient Rome, similar idea got hold and was formed. It wasn’t democracy; it was a refinement of the representative leadership. In these two powerful cities the ruling classes of merchants and wealthy landowners discovered new ways of thinking as always happens in … Continue reading

Road to democracy I


Humanity has developed only three systems of governing themselves as a group. These systems are Dictatorship, Democracy and “Representative leadership.” Sometimes two of them have been confused as one and the same but these systems are all largely different. Dictatorship is a natural form of leadership and usually assumed automatically. It is exactly the same form of leadership formed in gangs where one person – and those … Continue reading