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REVOLUTION OF THE MIND SERIES: WAR ZONE MADNESS

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Andreas C Chrysafis The prosperous and proud countries of Syria and Iraq have been fighting the ravages of war-madness for years. The Gulf War (1990-1) was the start and the ultimate demise of those nations. Fortified by a US-led coalition, foreign forces have in the end established a permanent footing in that region and things have never been the same ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: Cyprus–Russian Link and IS extremism

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By Andreas C Chrysafis March, 2015 (No 70) © The geopolitical changes in the Eastern Mediterranean have become like shifting sand; land is gained and lands are lost; souls vanquish and lives perish at each day’s passing! With the Assad ‘regime change” and Jihad atrocities in Syria and Iraq, stability its shaky to say the least. Evidently, accordingly to military ... Read More »

ISIS the product of the so-called Free Syrian Army strikes again!

FSA and Al Qaida

Introductory Remarks What can be said? Simply it is a pity that those political leaders within the West and the Arab Gulf countries who are responsible for supporting Jihadist scum like ISIS are not its victims…..But if history is anything to go by, such criminal acts do not go unpunished or remain isolated and confined to their particular scene. And if ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: GLORIOUS REVOLUTION of the MIND

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By Andreas C Chrysafis October, 2014 (No61) ©   It all starts with one idea – the power of the mind! An idea actually never dies but blossoms into a powerful force that can make radical changes or it can equally grow into a powerful bad idea to be used for evil purposes. The world has seen both and yet ... Read More »

How the Iraq War Became a War on Christians

And why supporting Syria’s rebels may extinguish Christianity in its oldest environs. By Andrew Doran • May 9, 2013 http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-iraq-war-became-a-war-on-christians/ The recent dedication of George W. Bush’s presidential library in Texas briefly rekindled debate about the defining event of his presidency, the Iraq War. The visceral hatred of many for the war and the man having substantially diminished, a more ... Read More »

SYRIA SPECIAL: AN ALTERNATE VIEW

Dearly beloved readers and subscribers of Mode of Life, as time progresses and the weight given by Western leaders calling upon regime change, we often forget or are not informed of the problems of what is truly ocurring on the ground in Syria. Speaking as one who has lived and studied there, and knowing the difficulty of everyday life in peacetime, ... Read More »