World Domination or Global Domination may refer to:
- World Domination (Kompressor album), 2001
- World Domination (Naildown album), 2005
- World Domination Enterprises, a UK independent rock band
- World Domination Recordings, a US record label
- Global Domination (video game), a 1993 computer game
- Global Conquest, a 1992 computer game
- World Domination (The Re-Visit), a continuation of The Pussycat Dolls tour - World Domination Tour
Other articles related to "world domination, domination, world":
... resembling the word "ouji", he Character Changes into an egotistical king who seeks world domination ... Kiseki was born for a combination of Tadase's desire to be stronger and the dream of world domination ... However, sometimes Tadase will become an egotistical person who seeks world domination ...
... Indeed, domination is the ultimate goal of jihadists ... Al-Qaeda revealed its grand plan towards an Islamic caliphate, - global domination ...
... Gōkun?) - The main antagonist and a major antihero, an eccentric inventor who wishes world domination by creating cyborg cats as weapons of mass destruction ... He later stops from his plans in world domination and decides to live in a more peaceful way of living with M and later Kotaro ... part of the story where Go accepts defeat and turns down on his conquest to world domination, he is now often seen helping him and in times helping Kuro too ...
... In 1964, Wisty and Spotty formed the World Domination League, with aspirations to dominate the world by 1958 ... "We shall move about in people's rooms and say, 'Excuse me, we are the World Domination League ... give up." Their list of demands were Total domination of the world by 1958 ...
Famous quotes containing the words domination and/or world:
“All personal, psychological, social, and institutionalized domination on this earth can be traced back to its source: the phallic identities of men.”
—Andrea Dworkin (b. 1946)
“At the heart of all beauty lies something inhuman, and these hills, the softness of the sky, the outline of these trees at this very minute lose the illusory meaning with which we had clothed them, henceforth more remote than a lost paradise ... that denseness and that strangeness of the world is absurd.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)