2014 Politics all over the world


Soldiers of the Royal Thai Army in the streets...

Soldiers of the Royal Thai Army in the streets of Bangkok on the day after the coup. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The 2013–14 Thai political crisis did not seem to come to an end and the ‘peaceful’ protests were silenced at certain moments, with brutal police force. Anti-government protests took place between November 2013 and May 2014, organised by the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), a political pressure group set up and led by former Democrat Party MP Suthep Thaugsuban.
On 20 May, the Royal Thai Army declared martial law throughout the nation, followed two days later by a coup which removed the caretaker government of Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan and placed General Prayuth Chan-ocha as acting prime minister.

Middle East

2014 was one of bloodiest years in the Middle East region’s history, with more than 100.000 killed.

a boy with a Qassam rocket, in Sderot, Israel.

a boy with a Qassam rocket, in Sderot, Israel. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers in June and the revenge killing of a Palestinian teenager in July, Israel launched Operation Protective Edge on the Palestinian Gaza Strip starting with numerous missile strikes also shooting at schools and places where innocent civilians where hiding. It is not sure if Hamas (the Islamic Resistance Movement) and Hezbollah in their Operation Protective Edge (Hebrew: מִבְצָע צוּק אֵיתָן, Miv’tza Tzuk Eitan, lit. “Operation Strong Cliff”) were using the civilians as human shield so that in the seven weeks of Israeli bombardment, Palestinian rocket attacks, and ground fighting more than 2,200 people got killed, the vast majority of them Gazans. In Israel, an estimated 5,000 to 8,000 citizens temporarily fled their homes due to the threat of rocket and mortar attacks.

The Islamic matter could not be avoid to receive many times the headlights in 2014. Several groups wanted to give the followers of Muhammad a bad name. Some even wanted people to believe that if ISIS is not Islamic, then the Inquisition was not Catholic.  In Not true or True Catholicism and True Islam this phenomenon was uncovered.

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a Sunni Islamist rebel group got more control over Syria, where the umbrella group Syrian National Coalition had not control any more, and in Iraq. ISIL their operations in eastern Libya, the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt, and other areas of the Middle East got the international press.

The ongoing Syrian civil war, inspired by the Arab Spring Revolutions, which began in 2011 as a chain of peaceful protests, followed by a crackdown by the Syrian Army, continued without the West really taking measures against all the violence.

The distribution of the predominant Islamic ma...

The distribution of the predominant Islamic madhhab (school of law) followed in majority-Muslim countries and regions (English) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By not bringing everything to the open about the moves of terrorists and certain fundamentalist groups the Belgian government wanted to minimise the dangers and brought many citizens in danger. > Public not informed enough about Jihad terrorism in Belgium

In Belgium the Moroccan Rachid El-Boukhari, 35, who describes himself as Sunni, admitted setting fire to a Shiite mosque in Vilvoorde, Brussels to protest the crackdown on fellow Sunnis in Syria. The attack on the Rida mosque just before evening prayers on March 12, 2012, killing the imam, came on trial in 2014 to have him internated in the prison of Sint Gilles were he on January the 5th of 2015 would hurt 12 prison gardens.

More than 3.000 Europeans estimated to have joined Islamic groups fighting in Syria and Iraq, according to EU counter-terror co-ordinator Gilles de Kerchove.

Iran has heavily invested in defeating ISIS in Iraq and has provided significant levels of support to both the Iraqi army and Shiite militias locked in combat with the Sunni radicals. The supreme commander of the Quds Force, the Revolutionary Guard’s special forces unit , has even been spotted helping Iraqi military operations in the area.

Islamic State wants to bring the region back to its form when an earlier caliphate ruled much of the Middle East and extended into Spain and considers itself as the successor of that earlier powerful caliphate, but it did not revive the idea of the gold dinar. In 2002, Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad of Malaysia at the Organization of the Islamic Conference proposed the creation of a gold dinar. A separate Islamic economic community was being advocated in order to escape Western domination.

As if it were ISIS that devised the idea, the gold dinar is being presented as the first step in creating that community  The Islamic State has been accumulating gold and silver for the new currency for a number of months that will include the 4.3 gram gold dinar as well as the 3 gram silver Islamic dirham.

For economic and symbolic purposes, the leadership of the Islamic State is pressing for a gold currency with universal acceptance. It is essential for the management of the society; and it is dangerous, because the value of a gold coin comes from the metal in the coin itself and not from the issuer. Universal acceptance means that the money can be taken outside to be converted into any other currency. In an environment of a worthless paper currency, a questionable banking system, and the possibility that the new regime will collapse, the gold dinar is certain to be hoarded for financial security and taken out of circulation. That will bring the economy to a halt.

says Felix Imonti, from Violent Justice

Kurdish news website Rudaw reported in Nov. 2014 that ISIS executed six doctors in Mosul for refusing to treat wounded fighters, in addition to kidnapping six merchants for failing to pay a monthly tax to ISIS.

Belgium and Crime

In Belgium business people with a lot of cash at home made up twenty percent of the home-jackings in Belgium which doubled in only four years’ time. A full 60% of home jackings happen in Wallonia and 40% of home jacking victims are over 60 years of age.

In 2013 the federal prosecutor launched an investigation into the widespread hacking at telecom giant Belgacom. Immediately it was clear that only a well-equipped foreign secret service behind computer espionage could hide. And documents from the US whistleblower Edward Snowden soon became clear that the British intelligence service GCHQ was behind the operation. The investigation throughout 2014 showed that the hacking at Belgacom was not an isolated case because in the Summer the federal prosecution had five other filings with leading Belgian companies ingested. The spokesman for the federal prosecutor Eric Van Der Sypt, just want to confirm that the GATA-scale hacking at major companies in Belgium. And there are, according to the spokesman suspicions that also involves state espionage.

According to Luc Beirens, the former head of the Federal Computer Crime Unit of the Federal Police and now director ‘Cyber Security’ at the top consultant Deloitte, companies can indeed protect against powerful computer spy plans.

“Detection is possible, although we note that such Advanced Persistent Threats include (long-term and targeted cyber attacks) increasingly antidetection- and anti forensic systems, make it so difficult. But a company can verify whether there are abnormal traffic on its computer, such as a computer server that is not supposed to communicate with a remote server. These are signals that they investigate better. It is not only intelligence that can make powerful spy viruses. Criminal organizations reuse programs developed public services and make them even more powerful. “

Aquino Clans

In the Philippines they have an Aquino Clan as one of the powerful political families, but in Belgium they look at the biggest drugs clan of the Low Countries. Though both clans got the press.

As concerned citizens and residents of Europe, we demanded answers on several urgent issues affecting the Filipino people like where the money raised in Europe for the rehabilitation of the victims of typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) is?
We got to see that many from Belgium and Holland who wanted to help even got themselves in debts because the corrupt government is demanding money from them to release the goods. Lots of aid has still, after so many months not been delivered. Where is the rehabilitation, almost one year after the disaster?  Where are the trillions of pesos of public funds used as “pork barrel” under such names as Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), etc.? Despite having usurped absolute control over public funds, how come essential social services remain starved of much-needed funds? Why all the posturing on defending Philippine sovereignty on the issue of China’s claims, while on the other hand, signing the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) allowing US troops to occupy every corner of the Philippines?  Where is justice and human rights under Aquino’s regime?

The Western countries should put pressure on the Philippine government to help more their citizens and should take care that Aquino’s ambition to become another Marcos shall not assassinate the democratic legacy not only of his parents, but all of those who fought and died fighting the Marcos dictatorship.

At the trial of the Limburg crime clan Aquino prosecutors have heavily lashed out at the defense lawyers ,who claim that the investigation into the gang is illegal, but according to the Federal Prosecutor nothing is to it. “Everything was correct,” she says. According to federal prosecutor Capelle lawyers only want to sabotage the process.

“The defense can not stand that she has no access to the file, but that’s just the law,”

said the attorney. According to VTM correspondent Farouk Özgünes the procedure is far from settled matter in the process-Aquino. The process could still give a lot of fireworks, but like several other court cases the last few months many cases were closed on procedures fault and the Belgian public could see how many gangsters and criminals who had enough money could gt themselves free from prosecution buy being able to afford good lawyers or even by buying themselves release of prosecution.

Tourism and nice food

France, the world’s most popular tourist destination – with 84.7 million foreign tourists in 2013 – has still the cuisine as a major motivation for visiting the country.

In 2010, UNESCO even placed the French multi-course gastronomic meal on its “world intangible heritage list” of cultural practices. But in 2014 the kitchen got under attack. The increasingly influential World’s 50 Best Restaurants, published by a British magazine, in 2014 listed only five French restaurants and not one in its top 10.

Former French ambassador to Mexico and Morocco and a one-time president of the Gault & Millau gastronomic guide, co-chair for the Council for Promotion of Tourism Philippe Faure said:

“The Anglo-Saxons have this idea of dethroning us, of saying ‘it was good but it’s not any more’,”

conceding that “a form of French gastronomy has deteriorated” an therefore it is high time to look at the Gout de France (Good France) project on March 19, 2015, where thousands of chefs in a range of restaurants on five continents will offer a “French menu” with a Champagne or Cognac aperitif, cold first course, hot second course, fish or shellfish, meat or poultry, French cheeses and chocolate dessert, all accompanied by French wines.

With so much riding on France’s ability to maintain its culinary pre-eminence, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius along with chef Alain Ducasse has announced an initiative that will see the very best the country has to offer served in restaurants all over the world – as well as in French embassies – on one day next March.

Right Wing populism

In 2012 already a dangerous tendency could be seen of right-wing populism which was echoed in 2014 by France’s president François Hollande, who fired a shot across the bows of National Front leader Marine Le Pen, by pledging to fight entrenched conservatism and “dangerous” populist stances. And in Italy, 89-year-old President Giorgio Napolitano accompanied the announcement of his coming resignation with a fierce denouncement of crime, corruption and “dangerous” populist calls for the crisis-torn country to quit the euro.

In Germany more and more protest voices are coming out giving the idea that lots of Germans are afraid of the uprising Islam. It is no help that Germany could face a record-high employment and Angela Merkel her government’s success in setting a zero-deficit 2015 fiscal target. The amount of people looking for work or having to work for only €4 an hour are making that a lot of German work-class are becoming overworked and dissatisfied, frustrated by foreigners “taking their job”. The chancellor pointed out that Germany had received more than 200,000 applications from asylum seekers in 2014, making it the country accepting the largest number of refugees in the world.

Hans-Peter Friedrich, a former CSU minister, this week told Der Spiegel magazine that Ms Merkel’s bloc had

“dealt too lightly in the past with the question of the identity of our people and our nation”.

But on the centre and the left, Ms Merkel’s speech was widely approved, including by the far-left Linke party. Though the attitude of the Government trying to create very cheap labour could get the public rising up agaisnt it.

Sandwiched between Europe and Russia

After a series of violent events towards protesters in the capital of Kiev that culminated with the flight and subsequent impeachment of the then-President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, the Ukrainian revolution brought Russia intermingling in the matter, refusing to recognize the new interim government, calling the revolution a “coup d’état” and launching a covert invasion of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine. The pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine lead to the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and an insurgency in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Though at the end of March the United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution 68/262, recognizing Crimea within Ukraine’s international borders and rejecting the validity of the 2014 Crimean referendum.

Russia was stripped of its voting rights by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). The economic sanctions against Russia made it not easy for a lot of farmers in Belgium, Holland and France. Apples and pears were left hanging on the trees to rot in Limburg because it was to expensive to pluck them.

On Ukraine, Ms Merkel said that Europe “could not and would not” accept Russia’s breaking of international law and its denial of Ukraine’s rights of self-determination. But leaving the door open to Russian president Vladimir Putin, she added that she wanted

“security in Europe together with Russia, not against Russia”.

Mr Putin for his part used his new year address to say that the return of Crimea to Russia “will forever remain a most important milestone in the national history”.


Film director Pedro Almodóvar, who scandalised Spain’s establishment when he emerged in the early 1980s with his irreverent tales of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, yet today is one of its most revered cultural figures, points to protests in Madrid last year by doctors and auxiliary staff that helped prevent the privatisation of the social security system in Spain, and believes that elections will see “everything change” in 2015.

“Three years is enough for people to realise that the government doesn’t listen to what they want.”  {Tea with the FT: Pedro Almodóvar}

After lost a lot of popularity by different scandals which came one after the other after his elephant-hunting trip in Botswana (in April 2012), in June King Juan Carlos I of Spain abdicated in favour of his son, who ascended the Spanish throne as King Felipe VI

United Kingdom

The squabbling neighbours or siblings England and Scotland got their inhabitants showing to the politicians it would be better to stay together united. On 18 September 2014 an independence referendum was held, with independence being rejected by a majority of 55% to 45% on an 85% voter turnout.
Like usual several British showed their disgust about staying in the European Union and UKIP won many votes, opposing the free market and against all EU migrants being able to have a job in the UK.
In the 2014 European elections UKIP received the most votes, the first time for over a century that a party other than Labour or the Conservatives has won a United Kingdom wide election.


Though there have been less aviation accidents, the once that happened got international attention by their demand of many victims.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 airliner en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, disappeared in March over the Gulf of Thailand with 239 people on board. The aircraft is presumed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean.

On 17 July 2014 the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17) was shot down probably by a missile launched by Russian-backed rebels. The Boeing 777-200ER airliner lost contact about 50 km (31 mi) from the Ukraine–Russia border and crashed near Torez in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, 40 km (25 mi) from the border, over territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists. The crash occurred during the Battle in Shakhtarsk Raion, part of the ongoing war in Donbass, in an area controlled by the Donbass People’s Militia.
With 298 deaths, MH17 is the deadliest air incident in Ukraine, the deadliest airliner shootdown in history, and the deadliest involving a Boeing 777. The crash was Malaysia Airlines‘ worst incident and its second of the year, after the unrelated disappearance of MH370 on 8 March, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur.
According to American and German intelligence sources, the plane was shot down by pro-Russian separatists using a Buk surface-to-air missile fired from the territory which they controlled.
On 21 July Netherlands officially opened war crimes investigation regarding the downing of the aircraft. The investigation team had it very difficult to work at the crash seen because of the continuous battle scenes.
On July 24 Air Algérie Flight 5017 crashed in Mali, killing all 116 people on board.
December 28  Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared on a flight between Surabaya, Indonesia and Singapore with 162 people aboard, having crashed in the Java Sea off the coast of Borneo.


Have a look at what happened in 2014:  A year of headlines that shook the world: 2014 reviewed (The Telegraph video)  looking back at some of the biggest news stories of the past year


Preceding review of 2014:

My blogs 2014 in review

2014 Politics in the United States of America

Next:  2014 Human Rights

Please find articles of interest about specific events in 2014:

  1. Vile, Fascist ‘Britain First group’ visits Lancashire mosque
  2. Palestinian children learn to kill
  3. Israel the Oil and Gas Opportunity
  4. Nidal al-Mughrabi and Allyn Fisher-Ilan.“Israel, Palestinians launch new three-day truce Reuters; 10 August 2014.
  5. Heller, Aron (6 August 2014). “Southern Israelis cautiously prepare to head home”. Associated Press.
  6. ‘The Guardian view on the causes of the fighting in Gaza’, The Guardian, 25 July 2014.
  7. South Sudan and rebels agree to talks
  8. Merkel attacks wave of rightwing populism
  9. Abu Hamza is gone, but Britain is still a hotbed of radical hatred
  10. Is Turkey attempting to resurrect the Ottoman Empire
  11. Caliphs and the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government
  12. Turkey witnessing a surge in xenophobia
  13. RIA Novosti: The West’s Turkey Problem
  14. To freeze the fighting in Aleppo
  15. Arson attack carried out on Stevenage Central Mosque
  16. Muslim Grooming (Rape) Gangs and Sharia
  17. Islamic State forcing the West to provide means for Kurdistan
  18. The Islamic State’s Golden Rule
  19. Iraqi Underclass and animosities
  20. Iraqi Christians flee homes amid Islamic militant rampage
  21. More Muslim children than Christian children growing up in our cities
  22. ISIL will find no safe haven
  23. Nigeria: Islamic jihadists murder at least 64 with guns and bombs at mosque
  24. Public not informed enough about Jihad terrorism in Belgium
  25. Demand of 15 years for leader Sharia4Belgium
  26. ISIS, Mosul Dam and threatening lives of those who want to live in freedom
  27. ISIS Kills Iranian General In Central Iraq
  28. Do Al-Qaeda, Islamic State, ISIS and ISIL belong to true Islam
  29. Horror: ISIS Fighters Have Reportedly Contracted Ebola
  30. France identifies second national in IS execution video
  31. Diplomats mobilise to save France’s culinary pride
  32. The new Belgian government
  33. Scotland and England: A Priceless Relationship
  34. Left behind for economical emigration
  35. The Free Market (and all that) did not bring down the Berlin Wall
  36. Preparing for an important election
  37. Out and In-work poverty plus Mini jobs, Maxi-poverty
  38. Walloon politicians have proven they will never be willing to be open to Flanders
  39. 2014 European elections
  40. Yellow wave over Belgium
  41. Elections night is over: what follows for the Euro Parliament?
  42. The first hemicycle of the European Parliament
  43. Belgium faces tough coalition talks after vote
  44. 100° birthday of war and war tourism
  45. Flames of Louvain – Leuven 1914 an attempt to destroy a civilisation
  46. August 4, 1914 to be remembered
  47. Liège 2014 remembering the Great War
  48. Mons 2014 remembering the Great War
  49. Invasion of Normandy a day never to forget
  50. Friendship and Offer for the cause of democracy
  51. Blood soaking the water at democracy’s beachhead
  52. Call to raise the wage
  53. Flemings Battle Walloons in Belgium, But They’ll Always Have Brazil
  54. Enough of B. S. Aquino, Corrupt and Brutal Ruler! Never again to another Marcos dictatorship!
  55. “Proces-Aquino zal nog vuurwerk geven”
  56. Russian take-over of Crimea
  57. Swallowing up Crimea, who is next
  58. Mother of Ukraine or Crimea
  59. Battling Borshct in Ukraine
  60. Ukrainians should be free to shape the future of their country
  61. A Plan spoken of in long past times
  62. When Crimean people made their choice
  63. Crimea votes overwhelmingly to join Russia
  64. “Aviation Safety Network > ASN Aviation Safety Database > Geographical regions index > ASN Aviation Safety Database results”. Aviation Safety Network.
  65. “Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Top 5 deadliest airliner shootdowns”


  • The Struggle Between Sunni and Shia Muslims Explained (yalibnan.com)

    An ancient religious divide is helping fuel a resurgence of conflicts in the Middle East and Muslim countries.

    Struggles between Sunni and Shia forces have fed a Syrian civil war that threatens to transform the map of the Middle East, spurred violence that is fracturing Iraq and widened fissures in a number of tense Gulf countries. Growing sectarian clashes have also sparked a revival of transnational jihadi networks that poses a threat beyond the region.

    Islam’s schism, simmering for 14 centuries, doesn’t explain all the political, economic and geostrategic factors involved in these conflicts, but it has become one prism by which to understand the underlying tensions.

  • Lebanon tightens entry requirements for Syrians – video (theguardian.com)
    Syrians give their reactions to moves by Lebanon’s authorities to tighten entry requirements for Syrians entering the country on Monday, imposing paperwork similar to that needed by other foreigners for a visa. Lebanon hosts more than a million Syrian refugees and has the highest per capita concentration of refugees in the world. It has been trying to stem the flow of refugees fleeing the Syrian civil war
  • After Making Waves in 2014, ISIS’ Power Appears to Ebb (thewip.net)
    In the heat of summer in 2014, Baghdad was spooked. A third of Iraq was under the control of the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or ISIS. The extremist group thrived in the chaos of the Syrian civil war, then surged over the border into Iraq and took over the cities of Mosul and Tikrit. People worried the capital might be next.
  • Get ready for Muslim invasion of U.S. (gunnyg2.wordpress.com)
    It’s not bad enough that Barack Obama is getting away with his unconstitutional executive action providing a sweeping amnesty to millions of illegal aliens in the U.S., as well as sending a signal to millions more to come get in on the action.
  • No More Aleppo’s (mareeg.com)
    Bringing the fighting to a halt will not be easy. It will require the coordination and cooperation of regional and global rivals. But the chance to forge a ceasefire is not only an opportunity to end a humanitarian disaster; it could also mark the beginning of a new approach to resolving and preventing crises elsewhere.Aleppo is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world – and one of the bloodiest battlegrounds in the war. The ancient walled city is one of Syria’s six UNESCO World Heritage sites. Much of it has already been irreversibly damaged. Today, Aleppo is under rebel control – surrounded by the Syrian army. Militants loyal to the Islamic State lie in wait a few dozen kilometers away.The series of international failures in this conflict so far is inexcusable. Each subsequent breakdown in negotiations, including the Geneva talks, has not only led away from peace, but has also contributed to calamitous developments, including the resurgence of extremist terrorism and the emergence of the Islamic State.

    A ceasefire in Aleppo cannot be postponed any further. Enormous humanitarian efforts will be needed to address the catastrophic situation the war has left, and UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura’s immense dedication will be critical.

  • 2014 stands as deadliest year in Syrian civil war (sfgate.com)
    The figures from the monitoring group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in Britain, put the total number of dead in the conflict as of Wednesday at 206,603.
    The Syrian Observatory’s 2014 casualty figuresinclude 17,790 civilians, among them 3,501 children.
    Last month, the World Health Organization’s Syria representative, Elizabeth Hoff, said the cumulative number of wounded was approximately 1 million.
  • 2014 the Bloodiest Year Yet For Syria (the-american-interest.com)
    We don’t expect things to improve in 2015. As Joshua Landis, Director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma, points out, the country is now fragmented so thoroughly between the Assad regime, ISIS, al-Nusra (the local al Qaeda affiliate) and the Kurds, that it’s unlikely anyone can gain full control—and so the war will continue. Nota bene as well that the FSA is not among those four factions; the American intervention seems for now to have come too late to help the moderates survive as a major force.
  • Get ready for Muslim invasion of U.S. (gyggrey.wordpress.com)
    n an announcement heralded only at WND last week, his State Department told us we need to roll out the red carpet for 9,000 Sunni Muslim “refugees” of the Syrian civil war who have been hand-picked by the United Nations to resettle in the U.S.Do you believe this?…
  • VIDEO REPORT: Texas City Vehicle Sold, Ends Up in Middle of Syrian Civil War (fggam.org)
    A pickup truck once owned by a Texas City plumbing company has wound up in the middle of the Syrian civil war converted into an anti-aircraft gun in the back
  • US to accept thousands of Syrian refugees for resettlement (whitenewsnow.com)
    US Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Anne Richard says the United States will dramatically increase the number of Syrian refugees allowed to resettle permanently in the United States from about 350 this year to close to 10,000 annually as the crisis grinds on into its fifth year.

About Marcus Ampe

Retired dancer, choreographer, choreologist Founder of the Dance impresario office and archive: Danscontact-Dansarchief plus the Association for Bible scholars, the Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" and "From Guestwriters" and creator of the site "Messiah for all". - Gepensioneerd danser, choreograaf, choreoloog. Stichter van Danscontact-Dansarchief plus van de Vereniging voor Bijbelvorsers, de Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" en "From Guestwriters" en maker van de site "Messiah for all".
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