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Using Political Jiu-Jitsu To Disintegrate Hostile Regimes

In the past decade alone, the deaths of Egyptian Khaled Saeed, Iranian Neda Agha Soltan, and other fatalities caused by repressive governments ignited nation-wide revolutions which were recognized and lauded internationally. 2,020 more words


From Dictatorship to Democracy

This is a Book Review.  It’s part of a new series on this website, and I hope you find it useful.  

From Dictatorship To Democracy… 953 more words


Stop Submission to the Eritrean Dictatorship

by Ermyas Sereke

The Monkeys Master: An old man survived by keep the monkeys in his services

One day there was an old man that have a lot of Monkeys serving him. 370 more words

Long Live Gandhiji

Dear Carla,

Tanya  and I are working our way through Gandhi’s Essential Writings (in the Oxford World’s Classics).  We read ten sections a week (there are 237 sections in the book). 486 more words

Our Heroic And Ceaseless 24/7 Struggle Against Tsuris

198 Methods of Nonviolent Protest and Persuasion

Gene Sharp and his Albert Einstein Institution have produced many excellent, world-famous and widely-used publications on nonviolent social and political action.

None is shorter and more to the point than the two-page… 817 more words



Written by Red Sea Post Staff

This is a review of The Politics of Nonviolent Action by Gene Sharp. In part one, Power and Struggle, Sharp discusses the nature of political power, why people obey rulers, the limitations of using violence, and how change can be brought about through the use of strategic nonviolence. 1,922 more words

George Soros' False Flag Factories

Global hedge fund tycoon and political provocateur George Soros is leading a war of symbols, namely flags and banners either resurrected or conjured up by his myriad non-profit groups, 1,254 more words