A couple of weeks back, I was invited to the London-based “Kalimahorra” (“Free Words”) program at the independent Arab satellite news channel, Al-Mayadeen, which operates out of Beirut, Lebanon.
George Galloway leads a discussion about Danish-Swedish Islamophobic activist and lawyer Rasmus Paludan, burning a Quaran in Stockholm – touching upon freedom of speech, sacredness, human rights, racism, security politics, and more. I was one of two presenters to stimulate the discussion that followed in the studio.
I was happy to be given this opportunity, and you can now watch the event on TFF’s Video Channel on Vimeo – where, by the way, there is so much other news and views for those who rather watch than read…
Good conversation based on traditional values. it carries fruit. “Doual Sobeti” ( difficult to hear precisely ) the female engineer, has important points, the final one being that a wide spectrum of centralized maneged social engineering has a specific endgoal : to offend the majority, the normal people in general, by exposing a wide spectrum of minorities fusioned with retorically driven postulates of universal/ideological/moral/ethics “fashion”, to construct an artificial and polarized argument, which leaves people of other opinion with “one choice”
( = zero choice ): either you accept the “premise” – or you are forced to reprecent “the opposite” – no space left for diversity of any kind.
“the tyrant above” has learned to abuse the minorities to impose his will through a opsition as “the tyrant from below”.
Good conversation based on traditional values, which carries fruit.
“Doual Sobeti” ( difficult to hear/spell precisely ), the female engineer, has many important points, the final one being that a wide spectrum of centralized managed social engineering has a specific endgoal :
to control the majority through a sophisticated system of “subversive projected offences by proxy”, by media-overexposed minorities fusioned with retorically driven postulates of universal/ideological/moral/ethical “fashion”, to construct an artificial and polarized argument, which leaves people of different opinion with only “one choice” ( = no choice ):
either you accept the premises – or you are forced to represent the opposite – we hold the properties of “good/right”, you can either join us, or represent the opposite, “bad/wrong”
– no space left for different oppinions of any kind.
“the tyrant above” – easy to recognize – has learned to hide behind the minorities and impose his will through the position as “the tyrant from below” – difficult to recognize – because the people in a given minority takes the subject personally ( naturally ) while they at the same time represent and serve the tyrant, maybe not realizing it.
Thats how the masses are controlled very efficiently.