Category Archives: The West’s decline

Intellectual nonsense about Syria

There should be a lower intellectual level to the statements by a US Secretary of Defence.

There should be a debunking of the unethical behaviour that repeatedly state that there is only a political solution to Syria and continue to use only violence.

There should be a discussion about international law here.

There should be a discussion of what is morally defensible in this case, even assuming for the sake of argument that President al-Assad is the worst guy on earth.

Why isn’t there – after so many years and so much human suffering and destruction?

We need a very different discourse about Syria – ASAP.




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Terroren: Der er bedre veje end udenrigsminister Samuelsens krigskaffe

Udenrigsminister Anders Samuelsen siger til DR den 4. juni 2017 at det ikke dur med “dialogkaffe” når man skal bekæmpe terrorisme.

Efter at 7 mennesker er blevet dræbt i endnu et angreb i London – hvis gerningsmænd og motiver vi endnu ikke kender – mener han ifølge Ritzau/DR at der skal sættes “hårdt imod hårdt”.

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Med denne tilgang – krigskaffe kunne man måske kalde den? – vil Danmark og udenrigsminister kun opnå at bidrage til mere terrorisme.

Den er helt gal i analysen af hvad problemet er, i fornægtelsen af vestverdens forkerte “krig mod terroren”, der siden 2001 har medført at 80 gange flere mennesker dør per år på kloden end før 9/11 (iflg. The Global Terror Index).

Siden 9/11 har medier og politikere kun talt om hvordan terrorhandlinger begås, hvem der begår dem og hvordan man kan gardere sig, første og fremmest ved at dræbe terrorister.
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NATO should be dissolved – 8 arguments

This is TFF Live on Facebook – the live broadcast I do now and then because live broadcasts have a much larger dissemination than articles, images, texts and Youtube videos.

You may find more here.

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I argue why I believe NATO belongs to the past and should have been dissolved when the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact dissolved in 1989.

I also say a bit about what we need instead of what I now call the North Atlantic Treaty Outdated.



I feel very strongly about this. So if you like I am very grateful if you also share this post where you can. Thanks.

Discussing Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia

Here I am with my friends Donald, Bibi, Sara and Melania…
And speak a little about the stupidity of scapegoating Iran for everything, of giving Saudi Arabia even more weapons – and being bribed by it – of creating the preconditions for more warfare and about the fact that NATO is setting up shop in Kuwait and there are plans to have a Gulf NATO – something you can read much more about in my analysis Trump in Riyadh – A Gulf NATO to gang up against Iran and Syria.
It’s a TFF PressInfo and you can subscribe to them too so they wing into your mailbox – very irregularly and not too often… write to PI@transnational.org – and they are free of course and many of the best things in life.

What foreign policy if the US had no weapons?

Just a thought…

Iran on nuclear deal and nuclear-free Middle East

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I had the pleasure and honour to comment on the Iranian defence minister’s views on the nuclear deal, on a nuclear-free Middle East, terrorism and more.

Syria – two perspectives illustrated

“The Debate” of April 16, 2017 on Iran’s PressTV between Richard Millett and myself is important to me.

I think it will be for you too in the sense of clarifying two approaches and positions on Syria.

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Its focus is on the difference in media coverage of the terrible events in Khan Seykhoun and al-Rashideen but there is much more to it.

I’ll keep on struggling for the conflict and peace perspective against the violence perspective that sees black-and-white only and continues the seemingly eternal blame game – and thus legitimates more, rather than less, warfare.

Happy if you care to share and continue the – meta – debate!