Friday, April 27, 2012

Shariah rule in the United States

Despite the paradoxical nature and the sheer absurdity of the headline, these four words are the naked truth. One of the best legal systems in the world — the American one — is subjected to a tremendous pressure from the anti-constitutional (as Americans view it) religiously-legislative system of Islam. For now, Shariah rule advances locally and the process is imperceptible at a federal level, yet the situation in certain states is clearly about to spiral out of control.

Friday, April 20, 2012


Mitt Romney took a hardball foreign-policy stance. He has already claimed the “perishing Russia” to be American enemy #1, has called to toughen up the political interaction with Iran, the DPRK and other “outcast states” (as they are known in Washington). According to Romney, Obama is too indecisive when it comes to foreign policy — a quality that does not befit the leader of such a great power as the USA — and basically just a naïve simpleton, double-crossed by crafty Russians and Chinese.

Thursday, April 12, 2012


It all started with Dana Priest’s article in Washington Post on Nov 2, 2005, which was entitled “CIA holds terror suspects in secret prisons”. The states, where the prisons itself were located were dubbed “Eastern European”, without disclosing the specific names at the White House request.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Secret CIA prison in Poland

Szczytno-Szymany airport, where the CIA planes used to land

Sudden twist took place in the criminal case of secret CIA prison in Poland. Prominent activist of the neo-Communist SLD party Zbigniew Siemiątkowski was charged. Ex-Prime Minister Leszek Miller and ex-President Aleksander Kwasniewski are about to face the State Tribunal. The prefix “ex-” before the titles of the said statesmen by no means diminishes the importance of that political scandal or political consequences for acting politicians (and the country itself). Significance of the case for international politics is yet to be estimated.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Muslim Brotherhood in the White House?

Muslim Brotherhood — precursor of Al-Qaeda — is taking the lead both in Egyptian politics and in Washington.
Arab Spring is far from being over, but we may already conclude that radical Islamic groups (especially the famous Muslim Brotherhood) has profiteered the most on it. Rapidly building up influence of the Brotherhood in such countries like Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria and Jordan is no longer a secret. However, its penetration into the so-called countries of well-established democracy is not that obvious for the masses. Former FBI special agent John Guandolo believes that “their goal is to manipulate and collect information”. According to him, their henchmen have found backdoors even to Washington corridors of power.