The Cartoons Cry

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Humor - 161 pages
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Superpowers have always been the most energetic products of proactive civilizations that strive to influence vast regions of the world - positively in their era of ascendance and negatively when they are on the downward slope. An aging civilization either leads to a period of anarchy or gives way to the meteoric rise of another powerful civilization. Modern sages have been warning of a major polar shift that may cost the world not only its present day civilization but more importantly what is likely to throw the whole human race into massive sociopolitical turmoil. The blasphemous Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad have unwittingly raised the issue of how to protect this civilization. Here is the answer. This exhaustive analysis of a period of about six months covering events preceding the commissioning of the Danish cartoons offers a view from a vantage point visited by few modern thinkers.

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