Monthly Archives: June 2015


Individualism and Pursuit of Happiness Theory

Individualists put the individual above the State and society. To their mind a society is nothing more than a very large group of individuals and does not have any interests other than the interests of the members it is comprised of. A society cannot act on its own. All that is done in the name of the society or State or government is done by...

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The Fundamentals of Collectivism Theory

Does an individual live for himself or does he exist for the sake of others? Is there any purpose to life other than achieving the goals one sets for oneself? These are the two fundamental questions that theorists have attempted to answer in their own different ways. While individualists believe that a person lives for oneself and oneself alone and is free to pursue the...

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The Anatomy of Totalitarianism Theory

Strength is honoured and is always looked upon with great admiration. Therefore, it is natural for human beings to aspire for greater and greater strength so that they are not only oppressed but are also respected. The opposite happens when a person sees himself oppressed. In face of oppression by a superior force the one who is oppressed often harbours a desire to get back...

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Anarchist Conception of Hierarchy and Authority Theory

Anarchists believe that human beings should not be subjected to any authority or dominance. They are dead against coercive measures of any kind regardless of the utility or nobility of the objective. To understand the anarchist perception of things it is important to understand what kind of authority they are against. Does authority also include the influence that an expert might have on the opinion...

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WTC ATTACK – IV: END OF LADEN Crime File

Immediately after 9/11 President George Bush declared that “this crusade, this war on terrorism is going to take a while”. The use of the word ‘crusade’ was later regretted on account of its religious undertones, which made President Bush’s statement offensive to the Muslims. President Bush and other US officials insisted that any State that harboured terrorists would face what Vice-President Dick Cheney called the...

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WTC Attack – III: America Attacked Crime File

When a little motorboat approached American warship U.S.S. Cole along the port of Aden in Yemen, on October 21, 2000, it was thought to be a friendly craft sent to assist the ship and was therefore allowed to get close to the vessel, which proved lethal when after coming alongside the ship the motorboat blew up in bits doing considerable damage to U.S.S. Cole and...

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WTC ATTACK – II: Emboldened Al-Qaeda Crime File

Laden was relatively safe and also had freedom of movement in Sudan, where the Sudanese government had accepted him and his radical Islamic views and treated him as a “special guest”, but that did not take him beyond the reach of the Saudi authorities. And this was proven when there were two more attempts at Laden’s life though he survived both. Finally, after having failed...

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WTC ATTACK – I: The Rise of Al-Qaeda Crime File

Terrorism is no longer a territorial issue, and has gone global in a big way. The US considered itself immune to debilitating terror attacks that the rest of the world suffered until the myth of invulnerability came crashing down together with the WTC Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. But the WTC Attack was not planned and executed in a day or two, or, for...

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ZEBRA KILLINGS – II: Arrest & Conviction Crime File

The worst, however, came on the night of December 28, 1973, when five whites were shot down. Four died, one survived. Jane Holly (45) went to the laundromat to do some laundry and was the only white in there. She was reaching into the dryer to take her clothes out when a black man pointed a gun at her and shot her twice in the...

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ZEBRA KILLINGS – I: Unexplained Murders Crime File

He had been viciously mutilated with a machete. His peeled skin was hanging down in bloody strips from his skull. He was staggering and muttering incoherently. One could easily mistake him for a drunkard, and when the professor, who happened to be driving with his wife through the industrial part of San Francisco on the night of October 19, 1973, got out of his car...

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