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Europe will continue to move closer to a true inion. The states may not entirely give up their sovereignty, but state functions will be delegated to the union.

The conflict will be between Russia and the US. Europe will side with Russia.

Sounth America does have its problems with the US, but they will tend to remain neutral. The only South American country that counts for anything substantial is Brazil, and Brazil is not likely to take sides. Others will follow Brazil.

The bridges Iran has builts towards South America are of straw.

As for Iran being an ally for Rissia, it would be moral support only.

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ok bro, i cant refuse a momin like you :)

my family hails originally from iraq, then iran, then afghanistan, then pakistan (lalamusa). my grandmothers generation were taught quran and fiqh from a great shia aalim from afghanistan who they brought over from afghanistan and built him his own house within our koti. my family was the only shia family in our pind, and used to keep it a secret as our village was known as "the place of mullahs" in english because of the sheer number of wahabbi mullahs and their families that lived there.

after her teacher died, the pind my grandmother lived in asked her to start a school, and a madressa to teach their kids as they respected her the most. she began teaching in the school and madressa with her husband, sons (my father and chachus) and daughters (my puphiyan).

however, as she was teaching the quran, she was ALSO subtly teaching the children bit by bit shia fiqah, and slowly slowly converting them all to shiaism without them realising or their parents realising, such as teaching them the names and life stories of the imams, the maqtal of kerbala and so on. after a few years of building a foundation she began holding secret majalis just for her students every muharram, behind locked doors, where she taught everyone azadari and niaz and taboots etc.

now, while everyone was a wahabbi, no one was very clued up, so the children would go back to their parents at the end of each lesson and just talk to their parents you know how kids do, and since no one suspected my grandmother of being a shia everyone thought what she was teaching, was part of SUNNI(wahabbi) aqeedah, and they began absorbing shiaism too.

after a few years a new batch of mullahs came into the village, and they were a bit smarter. they realised that the pind was almost 90% shia, and they kicked up a right stink. my grandmother and to a lesser extent my grandfather (who was in the army so spent long times away) was incriminated. they were going to kill her and my entire family, such was the extent of the hatred against her.

one by one the new mullahs would come into her house with their gunmen and give her a chance to "repent" or she would be killed there and then. however as soon as the manazara started my grandmother would CONVERT the mullah and his gunmen!

my father tells a story of one of her biggest enemies, a proper choudhary with a big moustache and turban and everything, he came and he challenged her that abu bakr was the most loved after the prophet. my grandmother showed him the ayats that deal with inheritance, and only asked him 2 questions, the first being - is it the haqq of everyone to inherit from their parents? he said yes, of course. then she asked if someone stopped an only daughter from the inheritance of her father, would that make him a lanati? the choudhary said of course, what kind of stupid question is that, and what has it got to do with what he asked? my grandmother then said "abu bakr blocked bibi paak from taking her right, the land of fadak, what does that make him"? the man went "that makes him a lanati!" then after about 30 seconds "this means im a shia now!" and he put his turban at my grandmothers feet.

so what happened was, my grandmother taught hundreds of children, at the same time taught them shiaism, they taught their parents, and when the mullahs came she basically did a manazara with every single one of them and at the end of each they all became shia.

:) this is the woman who raised me. a mallang wandered into her pind and asked her for some cloth from england (my parents lived in england), she went and brought him a chaddar. in thanks, he told her to go to england, she had a new grandson with a birtmark on his left arm, and he would need teaching. she thought he was referring to myolder brother who was born the previous year and wasnt too impressed. a few days later she got the letter from my father saying she was to come and live in the UK, when she arrived my dad suprised her that they had had a new son - me - and hadny told anyone because my mother was so sick during pregnancy they didnt think i would survive. my grandmother looked down at me for the first time and saw the birthmark on my arm, and since that day till the day she died 2 days before my 19th birthday she watched over and taught me all she knew.

innah lillahi wa innah ilayhi rajioon. i still miss her wisdom and guidance. :cry:

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:o alhamdu lillah

that's amazing bro, your lucky to have such a woman to be your grandmother. please, tell me her name (u can message it if u wish to keep it private) so i can recite fatiha for her

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Your grandmother was indeed a blessed soul. If I remember correctly, you also mentioned her story, briefly once earlier.

May Allah increase His blessings upon her every passing moment.

My questions?

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My questions?

ok lets pick up where we left up. can i be rude for a moment and answer your question, with a question of my own?

do you believe history is shaped by simple cause and effect, and is random, or do you believe that there is something dodgy going on behind the scenes, and things are progressing towards the completing of this sinister agenda?

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^

Sinister agenda? As in the theory that Illuminati are controlling or trying to fully control the world?

Or as in some providential design which we fail to comprehend?

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Sinister agenda? As in the theory that Illuminati are controlling or trying to fully control the world?

Or as in some providential design which we fail to comprehend?

I hesitate to use the word "illuminati" because when i think of illuminati i think of a group of middle ages scientists and thinkers who used to meet in secret to discuss then "heretical" scientific breakthroughs away from the vatican. the term is not used correctly.

no, i mean essentially both. there being a limited number of certain bloodlines who feature again and again in major world events (such as the rothschilds), and can be traced to influencing certain key times, for example george bush snr being present at the JFK shooting, the rothschilds connections with the habsburgs throughout history and the habsburgs connections with the holy roman empire and its modern equivalent - the EU, the krupps connections with adolf hitler and the rise of natzism and so on and so forth.

what are your opinions on this theory?

My questions?? Am I not important??

- yes you are great, in many wonderful ways.

- on a scale of 1 to 10, i would say about 10,000,000

- sorry, i signed off.

Do you chat with sisters on msn?

yes but not that many, from sc in all the years ive been a member, i only have minnie, sana, nida_zahra and most recently sk00n (for her nohay).

How many girls do you have on your msn?

i have about 250 contacts altogether; a legacy from the british educational system lol, apart from nida and sk00n i know all of them personally in the "real" world as i am very paranoid about meeting people online so to speak. of my contacts list i would say girls made up around 30-40%, however if you were to say girls i speak to regularly? then there would be 2 - nida and a friend from college, both of which i speak to pretty much all day every day lol. mind you, i only really speak to 1 dude as well, my best mate who lives in london.

Have you ever felt guilty after beating up people?

not really no, im not an aggressor or a bully (i was bullied in one of my primary schools). if im fighting someone, its either due to both of us agreeing to a paid fight, so theres no malice, or im defending myself or someone around me, so its kind of justified. i cant say i can think of a time when i decided to flex my muscles and kick someones ass for the hell of it.

The Godfather or TDK??

Godfather 1 and 2, lanat on 3. also - carlitos way (could be the story of my life lol), scarface, goodfellas and casino.

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I would choose Maltesers anytime :P but Godfather 3 still rules, I know that Mike's daughter couldn't act but the story was still great.. although my favourite was Part III because of the tragicness (it's just really really sad and tragic :()

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I would choose Maltesers anytime :P but Godfather 3 still rules, I know that Mike's daughter couldn't act but the story was still great.. although my favourite was Part III because of the tragicness (it's just really really sad and tragic :()

i dunno about tragic..."honey i shrunk the kids" when the ant died...THAT was tragic. im a purist tho, mario puzo only wrote the series to end at godfather II, part III was made from scratch. loved the bit when his daughter dies in the end tho, his acting sucked major. dude needs to learn to close his mouth it wasnt pleasant watching it!

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Hello buddy :P

howdy ;)

Here are some questions for you.

1. Why am I so great??

well...you are nice, friendly and a useful person to have on your side in an argument lol

2. Describe me in 5 words or under.

"godzilla got nothing on me"

3. Why don't you like people who ask you whether you prefer maltesers or m&ms?

its tonks idea of a joke :angry: she calles me M&M not MDM

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i dunno about tragic..."honey i shrunk the kids" when the ant died...THAT was tragic. im a purist tho, mario puzo only wrote the series to end at godfather II, part III was made from scratch. loved the bit when his daughter dies in the end tho, his acting sucked major. dude needs to learn to close his mouth it wasnt pleasant watching it!

I meant to say that my fav was part II not part III lol. It was sad when Mike killed his brother, it shouldn't have happened. He regretted it though on part III but it's too late. I'm happy seeing Mike filled with regret... and he died eventually.. and I was like YEAH YOU DESERVE IT!!!!!!!

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In The Name of Allah (SWT), The Compassionate, The Merciful.

Salaam Alaykum Brother.

We have not met before, so it is a wonderful pleasure to meet you sir.

If it is not too much trouble, could you kindly answer the following questions:

1.)You say, you first completed a Bsc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences. What was your final classification, and in which institution did you complete your degree?

2.)By gaining admission into the course of Biomedical Sciences, were your initial intentions to use the course, as a potential stepping stone into Medicine, and to make up for insufficient A-Level results?

3.)Was your Secondary Education in a Private or Public/Comprehensive institution?

4.)Which of the above forms of education, would you consider for your own children, if money was not a limiting factor?

You say that 30-40% of your MSN contacts are non-mahram females,

You seem to interact readily with non-mahram females on this site.

You say you have female friends, with whom you speak with “All day and everyday”

5.)Is there not a potential danger that this level of in-depth interaction, could lead to sin?

Wa Alaykum As-Salaam.

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In the Name of Allah (SWT), The all Compassionate, The all Merciful.

Salaam Alaykum Minnie.

If the questions are too personal, then he is under no obligation to answer. We should let him decide.

My justification, for asking such questions, is that I am currently completing my A-levels, and wish to enter the field of Biomedical Sciences. I wish to find, whether the institution the individual studies at and the final classification attained, can affect ones future prospects, in this field.

I have also studied at a public/comprehensive background, so I wish to find whether this will affect the outcome of my UCAS application.

I have also heard that many students use Biomedical Sciences, as a potential portal into Medicine. I am curious, as to whether he was one of such, and what eventually lead him, to abandon this pursuit.

And with regards my final fifth question, if it is too personal, then I sincerely apologise, and he is under no compulsion to answer.

I hope the clarification and justification, of my questions, clears things up.

Wa Alaykum As-salaam.

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In The Name of Allah (SWT), The Compassionate, The Merciful.

Salaam Alaykum Brother.

We have not met before, so it is a wonderful pleasure to meet you sir.

wa alaikum as salam likewise sir :) nice to meet you

If it is not too much trouble, could you kindly answer the following questions:

1.)You say, you first completed a Bsc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences. What was your final classification, and in which institution did you complete your degree?

i achieved a 2.1, at the university of manchester

2.)By gaining admission into the course of Biomedical Sciences, were your initial intentions to use the course, as a potential stepping stone into Medicine, and to make up for insufficient A-Level results?

ive NEVER been interested in science, but my parents wanted me to do medicine but i was too busy doing other pangeh to concentrate on my studies. i had zero intention of doing medicine; i got into biomed through sheer luck. i wandered into the faculty of life sciences on the day of my a level results day with a hazy idea of getting a feel for the different courses they have, but was met at the door by a lady who apparantely was waiting for me, she said to me "are you the person who i just spoken to about the course?" i was like "er...yeah thats me" she was like "ok just walk this way and sign a few forms to register for the biomed course". i was just thinking to myself...god DAMN that was a lucky stroke! after a few days when she inevitably found out i wasnt the guy in question, she was really cool about it and kept me on the course, but said i had to "buy her a pint" when i graduated. 3 years later i just gave her an envelope with 50 quid in it and told her to knock herself out lol.

3.)Was your Secondary Education in a Private or Public/Comprehensive institution?

ive been private all my life from primary school, even college. it was a bit weird cos i live in the [Edited Out]pest roughest area of manchester but i went to the best schools around, sometimes i think my life was nothing but a string of odd paradoxes lol

4.)Which of the above forms of education, would you consider for your own children, if money was not a limiting factor?

alhamdulillah no matter how many kids i have i want them all to have the same chances i had,the only change i would make was to teach them myself at home as well, instead of relying on tutors/ other people.

You say that 30-40% of your MSN contacts are non-mahram females,

You seem to interact readily with non-mahram females on this site.

You say you have female friends, with whom you speak with “All day and everyday”

5.)Is there not a potential danger that this level of in-depth interaction, could lead to sin?

lol if you want to live and function in a normal society then you have to interact with females. were not in afghanistan, and im not some mullah that goes wild with lust at the sight of an exposed female forearm. the girls i talk to are interesting and intelligent, so our conversations can range from the deep to the daft but everyone knows their limits and im not so sad (or desperate) that im about to fall in love with someone i only know online, or someone who ive known for the last decade and who knows all my screw ups and mistakes. i have committed sins, not major ones, but so long as you learn from them and dont repeat them i dont see the need to live like a hermit.

Wa Alaykum As-Salaam.

(wasalam)

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Bro Kismet its ok you dont need to justify yourself, like you said, if they get too personal ill just not answer them haina?

plenty of people use biomed as a stepping stone into medecine, theres an enormous overlap between the two courses. if you want to do medecine than doing biomed first (so long as you get a 2.1/ first class and pass the interviews) or coming from a public school are no obstacles whatsoever. in my course i can say about 10 people went on to do medecine in manchester, i cant say how many for other unis although a friend ended up in keele and another in prague.

i would suggest you do biomed first anyway; you will build up a circle of friends, get comfortable with the uni environment and inshallah when you do medecine you will be miles ahead of most other people for a good year or two.

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i would suggest you do biomed first anyway; you will build up a circle of friends, get comfortable with the uni environment and inshallah when you do medecine you will be miles ahead of most other people for a good year or two.
That is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. Uni costs so much these days and you want him to shell out for 2 degrees?? What for? to build a circle of friends and get comfortable with uni life!! The ideal situation is that you should get good enough A level grades to get on medicine straight after. It won't take long to make a circle of friends, it does not take long to get used to uni life (maybe a couple of months at the most) and you will save yourself a packet as well.

Obviously if you don't get the grades then yes do biomed and then apply for medicine, but even if you do get a 2.1 or 1st you are not guaranteed to get on medicine.

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I'm not saying it can't be used as a stepping stone, I'm just saying you should be encouraging him to gain entry straight after A-levels he will save himself those two commodities which are so rare in life......Time and Money!!

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Okay A'levels are NOT to mess up. Not only will u have a limited choice for undergraduate courses, its a waste of ££. If u intend to do medicine, find work experience, work in hospitals, volunteer, do every little thing thats possible during your A'levels/GCSE's/spare time. This will give a better, clearer idea of what you wish to do and if medicine is your vocation. Do not take ur undergraduate course as a "learning" thing, unless you were really unsure about doing medicine, even with all the work experience/volunteering. The (biomed sci) degree does not provide you with the patient contact which you need to have gained from volunteer work. The student loan piles up and it'll just add stress when you start earning. Oh, and finding a job with a biological sciences degree is hard, hard work, unless you're lucky!

Of course, if you hadn't really found that medicine was your call until your undegraduate degree, the situation becomes different.

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I hesitate to use the word "illuminati" because when i think of illuminati i think of a group of middle ages scientists and thinkers who used to meet in secret to discuss then "heretical" scientific breakthroughs away from the vatican. the term is not used correctly.

I agree with your definition of the Illuminati; which is historically correct. As for today, the cobriquet is mostly employed by people who who pick up their political knowledge and wisdom from pulp.

I like to think that the world today is ruled by finance capital.

That capital has no religion or faith save to multiply itself.

That international finance capital is not homogenous or monlithis.

That international finance capital is not centred in one geographical location, but has roots in London, New York, Paris, Franfurt, Zurich Rome, and Tokyo, and controls the world's wealth through various commodity exchanges, stock exchanges, banks and other financial institutions.

That since the mid-seventies OPEC and OAPEC have gradually become an integral part of international finance capital, and equally ruthless.

no, i mean essentially both. there being a limited number of certain bloodlines who feature again and again in major world events (such as the rothschilds), and can be traced to influencing certain key times, for example george bush snr being present at the JFK shooting, the rothschilds connections with the habsburgs throughout history and the habsburgs connections with the holy roman empire and its modern equivalent - the EU, the krupps connections with adolf hitler and the rise of natzism and so on and so forth.

Whoever did away JFK did the world a HUGE favour. He was a HUGE swine.

The Rothscilds are not the only finance folks around the world today. The Petrodollar phenomenon has turned the Arabs into finance capitalists too. And they are equally reuthless if not more.

In your opinion, is the white collar middle class now destined to subsist essentially on debt?

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sis Rawshni its true what you say about the world being financially driven; but its interesting to note that the places you listed, London, New York, Paris, Franfurt, Zurich Rome, and Tokyo, are the same "strongholds" of the 13 families that seem to be at the centre of this? theres all kinds of evidence that links these bloodlines to major world financial activity, and linking it with major world politics. if you want to talk about banks then you HAVE to talk about the rothschilds. their role as bankers in history throughout europe is set in stone.

Whoever did away JFK did the world a HUGE favour. He was a HUGE swine.

lol you know about his debauchery then eh? or the bay of pigs/ missile crisis etc? his killing was a means for gerald ford to come in...which feeds back to the bloodlines again.

In your opinion, is the white collar middle class now destined to subsist essentially on debt?

cant say why, but yes. you know coming into work this morning i was reading the paper that talked about this very thing. in the UK right now, first time buyers need a staggering 40,000 GBP deposit up front in order to get a mortgage for an average house! its insane. and what do we get told to do to get rid of loans? take out more loans. i used to work for 2 banks, barclays and rbsg, both convinced me that "balance consolidations" were an absolute rip off. you pay off the balance transfer FIRST, so saying you take out a small 20k balance transfer, paying lets say 100 pounds a month. that 100 pounds a month goes to paying off the 20k you borrowed, so ALL the purchasing you do on your card remains on ur acount, gathering interest unil you have paid off 20k in tiny installments!!! its insane.

Lays or Pringles??

pringles all the way!!! the light green one and texas bbq! yum yum!

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how many rings do you wear on your fingers? Describe them.

im lucky alhamdulillah cos my dads got a pretty impressive collection of rings and precious stones, people seem to keep giving him rings over the years as presents even though he only wears a single emerald one, so i could pick and choose from them instead of shelling out thousands of pounds lol.

i wear an aqeeq yamani on my big finger from saudi, bought when my dad first went on hajj about 20 years ago. we own a villa in mecca that one of my chachus lives in so they know all the reliable places to go. its a pretty big ring but i love it, its so dark deep brown most people think its black, i wear it all the time cos my dad touched the kaaba time and time again wearing this ring but couldnt wear it all the time cos of health and safety where he works (he is an engineer).

on my third finger i wear a yaqoot (ruby). this was bought by my dad again when he went to ziarats in shaam, it looks like a proper baadshahs ring lol its probably my favourite. i heard that the yaqoot is the best ring to wear for a shia man but the hardest to get hold of, so i really wanted this the most.

on my little finger i wear a firooze, its actually my mothers ring cos its so small to fit on my little finger but she doesnt really wear rings either and its the only one that fits there lol.

heres a pic:

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theres 2 rings i want to wear but cant, the first my dad showed me was from imam razas roza in iran, it was made from the metal of a meteorite (no joke) that landed nearby i think, and has a naqshah of protection engraved onto its surface, my dad didnt let me take that one :(

the second is a special durr e najaf, its special because apparantely it has the hair of imam ali WITHIN the stone! i dunno what to make of it but the story goes that theres a mountain near najaf, and one time imam ali (as) was on the mountain doing something to his beard, so some of his hairs fell out and went into the river. its some mojiza that on that mountain somehow the hairs spread out and multiplied and went into the ground to become part of a vein of quartz, and these rings with imam alis hair are meant to be really REALLY rare. my mothers fathers next oldest brother has it, its been passed down our family for generations. i dunno if its true or not but the hair is really thick and visible through the quartz lol

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i dunno, sometimes it was cos i didnt realise, sometimes it was cos i thought it was funny, then sometimes cos i didnt know how to stop lol. im sorry if ive been giving you short answers, i can only give an answer related to summat thats been asked, so like if you asked me "why is thai boxing better than kickboxing" or "list the reasons you hate 1 2 and 3" id write pages and pages, but when you say "do you like my new shoes" i struggle, cos for a start you know im fashion-retarded as it is, my exposure to womens shoes is walking past clarks and i havent even seen the shoes in question! its not avoidance or lack of regard, its just i dont know about stuff like that.

plus i tend to get a bunch of questions all at once, so im usually trying to answer them all, and cos im at work when im doing it, im usually busy doing other useful stuff at the same time, like looking out the window or trying to think with tom, martin and dave which celebrities people in our building look like. so far weve got lunchlady doris from the simpsons, swiss tony from the fast show, ming the merciless, the guy from family guy, cookie monster, captain chaos and dilbert. you know i get distracted by things that make me laugh far too easily so ill be writing a reply then will get distracted by people walking past down below or tom telling us horror stories from gigs hes done (hes in a band).

i hope this answer was long enough ;)

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sis Rawshni its true what you say about the world being financially driven; but its interesting to note that the places you listed, London, New York, Paris, Franfurt, Zurich Rome, and Tokyo, are the same "strongholds" of the 13 families that seem to be at the centre of this? theres all kinds of evidence that links these bloodlines to major world financial activity, and linking it with major world politics. if you want to talk about banks then you HAVE to talk about the rothschilds. their role as bankers in history throughout europe is set in stone.

How those 13 or 30 0r 300 families built their wealth is a very interesting story in itself. They may have been blood suckers and intriguers, but they have also been the financiers and engines of progress and development.

Personally, I lean towards socialism and a socialistic ordering of production and distribution, but I have no stomach for people studying in institutions funded by grants by these very same looters, receiving student aid from those institutions and then spouting vitriol about these families. There are many such people on this site.

lol you know about his debauchery then eh? or the bay of pigs/ missile crisis etc? his killing was a means for gerald ford to come in...which feeds back to the bloodlines again.

Joh Fitzgerald Kennedy was the worst US president of the 20th. century. I care not for his debauchery, that was his personal business, and he shall answer for it.

His exacerbating the cold war, his intrigues against Cuba etc etc are the issues that cause me to despise him. He was an extremely small man.

cant say why, but yes. you know coming into work this morning i was reading the paper that talked about this very thing. in the UK right now, first time buyers need a staggering 40,000 GBP deposit up front in order to get a mortgage for an average house! its insane. and what do we get told to do to get rid of loans? take out more loans. i used to work for 2 banks, barclays and rbsg, both convinced me that "balance consolidations" were an absolute rip off. you pay off the balance transfer FIRST, so saying you take out a small 20k balance transfer, paying lets say 100 pounds a month. that 100 pounds a month goes to paying off the 20k you borrowed, so ALL the purchasing you do on your card remains on ur acount, gathering interest unil you have paid off 20k in tiny installments!!! its insane.

What's the solution. MDM needs a house to make a home, get a wife, raise a family. How does he go about it?

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i am a "conspiracy theorist" in as much that i believe these main financial families have their own agendas which serve their own interests, as opposed to for example growth for growths sake or the progress of society of general, which i see as almost a sideline. an example i always use is the invasion of iraq, and halliburtons (and other US companies) benefitting from the contracts for rebuilding the infrastructure etc. small change when you think about how much the war cost etc, but since they werent footing the bill the money generated is still more than we can imagine.

the same applies to the rothschilds; they used their banks to fund the habsburg family and austrian infrastructure, and were rewarded by them when it happened, or the krupps, and their manipulation of the already mentally unhinged hitler (hitlers 2 best friends were krupps), or the oriental Li family, who are some insane level drug dealers, and so on.

do i think they are evil devil worshipping satanic anti christ demons from outer space who look like lizards hell bent on global domination and enslaving of humanity into a global police state? no.

instead i see the world as being driven by the few, for the fews gain. society, hell pretty much any organisation of any size is essentially pyramidical in structure...my view is the whole world is a pyramid, and these families are right at the top of this pyramid.

yeah JFK was a bit of a screw up, however we both know he has been turned into a martyr (like princess diana, who they were calling a [Edited Out] days before her death) so people dont even go into his life, or his books he pretended to write, or the fact you cant tow a submarine on your own by swimming *snort*

What's the solution. MDM needs a house to make a home, get a wife, raise a family. How does he go about it?

my solution is this, help me out as to its feasability?

(1) i need about 60,000 - 70,000 cash before i can afford a mortgage on a house i WANT to live in. i want plenty of kids and i want bedrooms to put them in.

(2) working my 9 to 5 will never ever allow me to get this realistically, and my credit score isnt the greatest in the world if im honest. my businesses have been handed over to my cousins who failed their qualifications so couldnt get jobs so i trained them up and i got this job alhamdulillah.

(3) the only option i see, is opening several cash rich businesses in tandem, aim at service based not product based.

(4) laundrettes/ dry cleaners in poor areas (plenty of scope here), fancy hairdressers (not too sure about this one; the overheads would be massive for a gorah shop but i dont want to open a naiys shop cos there are too many of them), training business (an uncle is a qualified corporate trainer of equality and diversity in the workplace but wants to set up his own business), car wash or an internet cafe.

(5) my idea was, save up about a thousand pounds a month inshallah for about 6/ 7 months, and keep my eye out at my work for contracts that i could supply, im waiting for a contract for supply of halal raw meat/ meals so i can pounce lol, but the way my job works, if i want to become a supplier, its easy cos i know all the decision makers, but being a SUCCESSFUL supplier is hard, so i need a niche. i want to do something halal so i was thinking i need something that can be aimed at muslims at ALL hospitals...im stuck lol. any ideas? i was thinking importing something for cheap from pakistan but this is a hazy idea at the mo and im not too keen to get tangled into customs and excise.

(6) lets pretend for a blissful moment that i get a contract to supply "x" to the nhs, i then save up a little extra every month for 6 months/ a year, i have plenty of experience at property development so i aim to then buy a house in a reposessions auction, do it up and get a bunch of tenants. a house that requires a 20,000 deposit brings in on average around 1700 pounds a month if managed correctly, 700ish of which goes towards mortgage/ other costs etc.

(7) then carry on saving up from the profit from the contract and money from tenants to buy a second house, and repeat step (6) a few times. i am banking on the fact that people will not be able to afford massive deposits so will be forced into renting houses instead of buying them.

(8) after a few years inshallah, i will still be under nhs contract (they are usually 5 years) and i should have around 10,000 per month coming into my account, save up and open another business, using my properties as security. personally i like the idea of executive travel - chauffer driven cars. my friend was a taxi driver, saved up for years and a few days ago bought a top of the line audi A8 limo for 12,000 pounds, and now he gets about 700 pounds per DAY just driving around corporate types, hes a 1 man business. i reckon if i was to get the executive cars, pay to get them converted to LPG instead of petrol (50p/litre not 135p) i could make an absolute killing.

(9) ok, so my nhs contracts is coming to an end, but inshallah i have 5-8 properties with tenants, an executive travel business, and enough cash saved up to afford the 70,000 deposit needed to buy a 700,000 pound house...then start saving up for marriage lol.

i need your advice!

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