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Genki Sudo

I first fell in love with Genks when he did MindShift a few years ago.  At 4 minutes and 40 seconds to be precise!

I was surprised to see that Genki Sudo had done a music video in London!  35 more words


World Order - Informal Empire

World Order are always fun to watch. Check out their past videos if you haven’t already! :)


Former Fighter Genki Sudo Has Invaded Britain With 'Informal Empire'

I’ve talked about how great former mixed martial artist, kickboxer, amateur wrestler and submission grappler Genki Sudo is before. Since his retirement in 2006, Sudo has lead the robo-pop band World Order as song writer and choreographer. 89 more words


Japanese band robot-dances their way around London in latest music video

Japanese band World Order robot-dances their way around London in their latest music video while locals look on amused and confused. Check out the full video plus screenshots… 334 more words


Redistribution of Hydrocarbons According to Henry Kissinger

Source: New Eastern Outlook, by Petr Lvov, 11/9/2014

Henry Kissinger, who served as Secretary of State in the administrations of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, in his recent book published under the title “World Order”, has made an attempt to shed light on Washington‘s approach towards present-day challenges, such as the Islamic State in the Levant (ISIL), the Ukrainian crisis, the Syrian war and the relations with Iran.  852 more words


Don't Blame BarracK Obama

Large numbers of people in the US are blaming Obama for the state of the US and the world and are threatening to vote for the Republicans and their extremist members. 130 more words

Facing the Dragon

On 24th October, the capital city of People’s Republic of China (PRC) had important delegations from twenty Asian countries. A meeting was held at Beijing to discuss and finally to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding the establishment of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the much awaited counter weight to the United States dominated Brettenwood multilateral institutions, World Bank and International monetary fund (IMF). 748 more words