posted in: Iran, religion, terrorism, War | 0

The Iran Revolutionary Guard, the Quds Force, and whatever paramilitary organization that may exist in Iran were all influenced by the assassinated general Soleimani. Some of them directly depended upon his wisdom and strategy which appears to me to be … Continued

Culprit Politics

posted in: Politics, War | 0

Who attacked Saudi Arabia? Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Russia, or the USA? ISIL Terrorists? Or a power struggle within Saudi Arabia? In this world of complex political motivations, a case could be made for many actors. The need for absolute … Continued

States of War

posted in: Democracy, Politics, War | 0

Why does war exist? As a philosophical question, we can explore all manner of motivations for warfare. Very few wars benefit anyone, but while it may be true that some make sense, at first, others clearly do not. Specifically, intimidation, … Continued

Shoot to kill

posted in: Leadership, police, Politics, terrorism | 0

The Prime Minister, electioneering, has said that she fully supports “shoot to kill” while defending herself from the resonant accusation that she reduced the police forces during her time as Home Secretary and since by nearly 50,000. “Shoot to kill” … Continued

Attacking Syria

posted in: ISIL, Syria | 0

The latest craze indulged in by Western Governments seems to be dropping bombs on Syria. It is intended to stop Daesh/ISIL from its path of terrorising civilisation but there are so many consequences that can not be sensed from 30,000 … Continued