Submitted by David Livingstone on Fri, 01/10/2014 - 23:01
Harper, and his inclination towards Christian Zionism and right-wing economic thinking, marks him out as an important tool of the American neoconservatives, who have been powerful in shaping American foreign policy for the last generation.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Sun, 12/15/2013 - 20:32
According to Gandhi:
The soul of religions is one, but it is encased in a multitude of forms. The latter will endure to the end of time. Wise men will ignore the outward crust and see the same soul living under a variety of crusts... Truth is the exclusive property of no single scripture.
These ideas mirror the those of a "universal brotherhood," expressed by H. P. Blavatsky, an avowed Luciferian and the leading figure of the nineteenth century Occult Revival, and the "godmother" of the New Age movement, which aspires to create a one-world religion based on the teachings of Freemasonry.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Sun, 12/08/2013 - 20:49
Although most recently popularized by David Icke, the notions of the connection of a worldwide conspiracy orchestrated by Reptilian beings, like the UFO mythos itself, has its origins in Theosophy, the occult tradition founded by H. P. Blavatsky, godmother of the New Age movement, and pre-eminent personality of the Occult Revival of the late nineteenth century.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Sat, 09/14/2013 - 09:09
David Livingstone has been researching the hidden aspects of history for the last 25 years, resulting in three books. David's approach to history is to dare to consider those areas often dismissed by scholars as the subject of cranks, but to investigate these matters with the utmost scholarly rigor. The results are works that expose many neglected areas of history. David returns to discuss themes from his latest book, Black Terror White Soldiers: Islam, Fascism & the New Age.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Sun, 09/01/2013 - 09:01
What’s happening in Syria has nothing to do with the supposed use of chemical weapons, and everything to do with the imperial ambitions of the state of Israel, which is wielding its power through its infamous lobby, to use American might by proxy to carry out its objectives in the region.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Sat, 08/17/2013 - 11:52
Having lost touch with its glorious heritage of classical scholarship, the Muslim world today is divided in squabbles between two opposing camps, who despite their respective deviations, are both attempting to usurp the right to represent orthodox Islam. The Wahhabis and Salafis are the product of a British strategy to undermine Islamic tradition and create fundamentalism. While the Sufis are their most vocal and articulate critics, rightly pointing out their corruptions, they themselves are part of a similar conspiracy, again with close ties to Western intelligence and the occult.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Tue, 08/13/2013 - 13:57
The Oxford Movement
A speaker increasingly popular among Muslim audiences, known as Sheikh Imran Hosein, was featured recently at the University of Moscow, hosted by Russian fascist ideologue Alexandre Dugin. Disturbingly, Hosein’s speech seems to be in support of Dugin’s vision of Russian backing for the aspirations of Muslims, which is closely connected with a long-standing British and CIA plot to create a “neo-Caliphate” as a puppet Islamic state to exercise control over the Islamic world.
NOTE : When Indian cinema began, it was taboo for Hindu and Islamic women from respectable families to appear onscreen, so initially female roles were played by men, in the style of Shakespeare or Monty Python! However, the Jewish community was more liberal and progressive owing to their far more Westernised bringing-up and were prepared to take these role. The fact that they had lighter skin made them all the more suited for celluloid. These communities had very different values. Jewish women worked on other professions that at the time Hindu and Islamic women shunned. The Jews did not regard it as dirty and neither did the viewing public, who adored these stars.
Submitted by David Livingstone on Thu, 08/01/2013 - 22:19
Despite the horrors associated with “Shariah,” those instances represent aberrations perpetrated by radical factions of the religion created specifically to malign the reputation of Islam. With the increase of her power through her colonial possessions, Britain sought to undermine the great power of the time, the Islamic empire of the Ottoman Turks. To pursue their infamous strategy of Divide and Conquer, by creating rivalries within the Empire, the British needed the opportunity to rewrite the laws of Islam in order to create competing interpretations.