by Sabri Lushi

There world can be divided by different criteria and can be viewed from different angles. We can speak of different nationalities, genders, skin colors, ethnicities, and languages. We can divide the world into Muslim and non Muslim, white and black, western and non western etc. Nonetheless, there is anther division which is very important and relevant to the understanding of the world and all the injustice and corruption that is taking place.

The world can be divided into two major groups or classes or strata: the oppressors and the oppressed.

In this unjust world, ruled and controlled literally by one government, where national borders practically have no meaning, the oppressors are the majority of the world’s population.

The class of the oppressors consists of the highest political leaders to the lowest servants of the power. The oppressors are kings – starting with King Charles III who leads this large oppressive group, presidents, prime ministers, ministers, judges, lawyers, professors, prosecutors, teachers, business owners, CEOs, police officers, military generals and all the large administration of unjust governments around the world.

In essence, whoever works for a modern government belongs to the class of oppressors, regardless of their religion, nationality, the color of their skin, and gender.

In my view, the British Empire has divided the world into two distinct groups: oppressors and oppressed. The British power, as we witness everywhere in the world, is not a form of government that treats people equally, justly, and fairly. It is a mafia form of government.

On the other hand, the class of the oppressed consists of all those people that the governments don’t care about them, don’t need them, or many of them are deemed as ‘dangers’ to the establishment.

While the oppressed ones could be primary poor, could be mostly Muslims, and often they could come from South Asia and Africa, this class includes many people from the rich countries, from the West, they could come from families who originally belong to the class of the oppressors; therefore, the stratum of the oppressed is expanding rapidly, especially in the wester corrupt countries.

In addition, it is worth mentioning that all the political power, the media, and the money are controlled by the class of the oppressors.

On the other hand, the class of the oppressed barely have any voice; they are not allowed to make money and they are not allowed to have a public voice in society. The worst part is that the oppressed are always represented by people who belong to the class of the oppressors.

In this regard, it is crucially important for the oppressed to identify clearly the class of the oppressors. They are kings – starting from King Charles III, presidents, prime ministers, ministers, judges, lawyers, journalists, CEOs, police officers, prosecutors, intellectuals, and a great majority of the religious clergy.

Sabri Lushi


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