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The American Political Theory of Big Bang – By Ghulam Muhammed

November 8, 2008

Saturday, November 08, 2008




Americans do not believe in nit-picking. Better a hatchet rather than a scalpel. They are, that way different from the old imperialist Great Britain that believed in micros more than the macros. British were not averse to give company to a local dog in blistering heat, when they were in tropics.


The big nation moves with Big Bangs.


In recent history, there were three big bangs that the political elites used to harness their nation in the name of patriotism to commit for huge sacrifices; in human as well as in material terms.


Only last month, a Japanese cabinet minister had to resign for suggesting publicly that US had provoked Japan to commit Pearl Harbor. There are any number of proofs to prove this crime by Americans against there own people, under prodding from conspirators, to join the Second World War.

So Pearl Harbor was the first ‘Big Bang’ that moved men and material to pump up US economy to war footing and provide immense profits to racketeers and industrialists, while blood sacrifices by soldiers could hardly be compensated enough for their families to bear the tragedy of human losses.


The Second Big Bang was 9/11. A whole library of material is on record with most convincing facts, that 9/11 was an inside job. Bush and his neo-cons with their New World Order ambitions wrecked the whole world. America’s global prestige was dragged in dirt. Billions were spent on war

misadventure and people of America were saddled with ever increasing debts and the looming threat of history’s most devastating recession.


This required the Third Bang. Election of Obama was that Big Bang. With one stroke, US changed from a blood-thirsty warmonger to a nation of democrats rooting for peace of the world. The way Obama has reaped the  world’s goodwill, can never be achieved by any thing less this Big Bang. Now the conspirators are poised to harvest a new crop of exploitation of the world, using the friendly image of Barack Hussein Obama.



Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai



November 8, 2008

Saturday, November 08, 2008





If the same Neo-con Israeli/Zionist group is taking over Obama’s presidential key posts, does it matter if the US is being ruled by Bush, or McCain or Obama? It will appear 120+ million American voters have been taken for a ride, if they had voted for a change that turns out to be NO CHANGWthat nothing has changed. Obama has won the election, but he has to won the nation for his brand of change they have been promised to believe in. Not the same Neo-con who dragged the US into war in Iraq and had been the prime manufacturers as well as the beneficiaries of the economic debacle that has shaken the US economy and with it, the whole globalised world.


Observers who had been wondering about the poise and confidence that Republican candidate John McCain had been projecting during the last days of his campaigning, could only point out to be a fixed fight. The American people had been defrauded if any such behind the scene fixing has been organised, to frustrate and derail the very democratic will of the American electorate.


Obama’s first and foremost job will be to fight the attempt by the Neo-cons/Israelis/Zionists to snatch the administration from him and his promised change. He must now believe in himself and the power of his overwhelming endorsement not only from every section of US nation, but even the world abroad.


He should not be forced into compromising with the old neo-cons gang now clamoring to be posted into key position in his administration so as to hijack the whole Obama presidency, and deliver it to the old conspirators and manipulators.


Ghulam Muhammed