Tag Archives: Security

Knife-trust in democratic sore back

Hitting the heart of Europe in a very harsh way by the Islamic State was once more an effort to destabilise the economy in the capitalist countries and to frighten the kafirs or unbelieving people. Instead of bringing to God … Continue reading

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Refugee crisis, terrorist attacks and created fear

The appalling violence in Paris on Friday night has shaken the world and provided once again for division in Europe and the Western states. Some politicians make use of those terrible events to bring more fear over the population. They … Continue reading

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Sharing a common security and a common set of values

Religious and non-religious people should know that those living in the civilised and educated countries share a common security and a common set of values. However is born on this earth normally gets some instinct and some ethic feeling inborn … Continue reading

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2014 International Neighbourhood Symposium – Turkey

Since the Arab Awakening began lots of commotion may have gone on about the matter how the West should react not only to Syria, Egypt and other countries around it, but also how to assure  peace, reconciliation and protect democratic … Continue reading

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Stronger than anything that wants to destroy

Often first something terrible has to happen before people recognise the blessings they have. Its not from what they see on the small or bigger screen today, but from the things that they really can feel. Or when working with … Continue reading

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Zion, Flames, Terror, Signs and Games of Peace

How many times I did not run to and fro Tooting Bec tube station and Wandsworth, were I got to live after my nice but to expensive days in Chiswick, where the milkman thought he could charge those who were … Continue reading

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Bradford Science Festival and Airportsecurity

On the matter of safety, lots of new things came up the last few years. One of the interesting places were such creations are presented is at the British Science Festival, one of Europe’s largest science festivals, taking place each … Continue reading

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Securing risks

Geopolitical crises like the Asian meltdown and 9/11 became defined risk in the public consciousness (being ‘staged in the mass media’) and have repopularised scenario planning and threat assessments as pragmatic futures methodologies. International risk management has become a lucrative … Continue reading

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