Severly Richards - TestsForge Expert Profile


Since coming to TestsForge in 2008, Severly Richards has used laboratory experiments to examine the effects of exam engine on certification exam preparation, and to explore how study can impact the certification exam preparation. Mr. Richards is the founding director of the Juniper certification exam prep department. Severly Richards is also an advocate for serious uses of virtual online education. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: JN0-201 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate, 412-79 EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), HP0-A02 HP-UX 11i v3 Advanced System Administration, 156-315.71 Check Point Certified Security Expert R71, HP0-427 Implementing & Supporting HP Storage Essentials v5.0, 3302 Avaya Contact Center Control Manager Implementation and Maintenance, HP0-Y32 Designing & Troubleshooting Open Standards Networks, 640-875 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 1, 156-815.70 Check Point Certified Managed Security Expert R70, HP3-L07 Selling HP Storage P4000 Solutions and 642-832 Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks. Severly Richards also creates the website of pickledpolitics which is a current events website for a progressive generation. Severly Richards has created this blog-centric website to serve as a forum and opinion sounding board for a variety of topics in politics, current world events, and pop culture. Pickled Politics exposes issues that many people feel strongly about, particularly regarding race, politics, and religion from a perspective that is thought provoking and entertaining. This blog gives the author and his guest writers the chance to express their take on the most intense issues of our times.



1. At Severly Richards’s archives/13850 page, the writer tackles a controversial ban applied to Muslims Against Crusades. The writer offers his opinion on the matter and provides links that support his stance. …But it is also the case that they hate their publicity stunts being neutralised. The last time British Muslims for Secular Democracy openly called for a counter-protest …

 

2. In this blog post, the author expresses his distaste at the under representation of the UK population in publicized infographics. At the webpage of archives/13789, Severly Richards has posted this opinion, which includes a call to action to fellow UK citizens to get them involved with crowd-sourcing infographics...Graphs like this from the New York Times and this from Business Insider have been circulating all over Facebook, along with lots of other...

 

3. In Severly Richards’s archives/13856 blog post, the author gives his opinion on a past controversy surrounding the English Defence League. This interesting take on the more than 170 arrests on Remembrance Day in London is sure to present a side of the story you may not have been aware of...More than 170 English Defence League members were arrested in London on Remembrance Day in order to prevent a “breach of the peace”....

 

4. A Christmas wish is in order at the webpage of archives/13977. On this page, Severly Richards presents an interesting look back at the year that was 2011. This link even includes an interesting video that reveals the origins of Santa Claus...I think we’d all agree that 2011 turned out to be not only surprisingly eventful but also very unpredictable. A great deal has happened around...

 

5. The English Defence League and its connection to Norwegian mass-murderer is discussed at the webpage of archives/13931. Severly Richards included this post to emphasize the irony between the EDL’s agreement with Breivik and a psychiatric evaluation that rendered Breivik insane. Which point of view will you take? ...The mass-murdering Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik has been declared insane. In a 243-page psychiatric report following 13 meetings between Breivik and a team of psychiatrists...

 

6. U.S. President Barack Obama is the subject of discussion at the webpage of archives/13919 as the author expresses his opinion about a recent New York Magazine article on the American President and his fading approval with American Liberals. Even if you don’t agree with Severly Richards’s post, this opinion piece is thought provoking and well worth the read... There’s a brilliant article in NY Mag this week on President Obama, titled ‘When Did Liberals Become So Unreasonable?‘. I read it and agreed with...

 

7. The English Defence League is once again the topic of this expository blog post at the webpage of archives/13680. The author explains the damning report against the EDL as reported by The Guardian. Severly Richards also provides a PDF link to the full report... As recently highlighted by The Guardian, the ugly reality of the English Defence League has been exposed in a newly-published report by Dr Matthew Feldman...

 

8. Severly Richards’s archives/11462 page provides a bit of a history lesson that is framed against the recent religiously motivated murder of Salman Taseer, the Governor of Punjab in Pakistan. This historical account of Dara Shukoh demonstrates a historical precedent of religious extremism...The painting at the top of this article, commissioned circa 1650, depicts the builder of the Taj Mahal, the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, meeting the crown prince ...

 

9. The blog post at the webpage of archives/13761 implores readers to turn in their ballots for the Fabian Society elections. As Severly Richards explains in the post, voting is very important and he strongly encourages voters to consider the recommended nominations that are listed. …And voting at Fabian exec ballots is usually quite low (colleagues tell me) so voting is VERY important!...

 

10. In this post, Severly Richards reports on the authors plan to stage a upcoming demonstration to protest Muslims Against Crusades. Visit the webpage of archives/13839 and follow the link to the facebook page that explains the full details...As promised, we’re organising a demo against Muslims Against Crusades (Anjem Choudhary and fellow band of bandars) for this Friday morning...

 

11. The Muslims Against Crusades group is at it again as Severly Richards explains in this press release. This time, the MAC has led an incendiary protest and is reportedly banned from an event at Royal Albert Hall. The Alliance Against Extremism is also planning a demonstration of their own to counter the MAC. This twisted tale is examined further at the webpage of archives/13845...MAC are being banned from tonight, according to the Home Secretary. But we’re assuming they’ll still turn up under a different name...

 

12. At the webpage of archives/13759, Severly Richards posts an interesting perspective on the political implications of welfare and immigration. Just how much emphasis should our politicians place on these issues when the economy and employment is more pressing issues for most citizens? This article examines this issue from both the liberal and conservative perspectives...This is more a quick note and thought than an extensive analysis (which I’ll write up later). Anthony Browne at ConHome writes that immigration

 

13. Severly Richards and the staff at Pickled Politics send their best wishes to their Sikh and Hindu readers by extending a very happy Diwali. Diwali is a Hindu celebration that recognizes the return of the victorious Hindu deity Rama to the city of Ayodhya. Visit the webpage of archives/13766 link to get a glimpse of this festival that includes city decorations in this symbolic good over evil theme...Hindus around the world celebrate Diwali (the “festival of lights”) for a range of reasons, most popularly to commemorate the return of the victorious Hindu deity Rama to the city of Ayodhya...

 

14. The controversial English Defence League has issued a statement that confirmed what many have believed for some time now, namely that much of their agenda is racially motivated. At the webpage of archives/13888, Severly Richards includes a screenshot and a transcript of their official statement confirming that race is indeed what motivates much of their activity...The English Defence League issued the following public statement yesterday on the EDL’s official Facebook page where they finally confirmed that they are indeed motivated by...

 

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