Had a wonderful 30 minute interview with Hrvoje Moric of the Geopolitics & Empire Podcast. You can check out his site here. He's interviewed a number of important members of the contra-geopolitical narrative including Paul CraiG Roberts and The Saker. I'm humbled to be in that group and I really enjoyed this interview which gave me … Continue reading Interview: Geopolitics & Empire Podcast – The Future of Bitcoin
After getting thoroughly outmaneuvered at the U.N. Security Council meeting this week, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley apologized in advance to the Syrian victims of the next chemical weapons attack. The sheer arrogance of this statement is staggering. As an American, Haley is an embarrassment and unfit to represent my interests at the … Continue reading Nikki Haley Owes Us an Apology
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hasn’t become the world’s most respected diplomat without cause. His statement today, carried by Russian news agency ITAR-TASS, leaves open the avenue for a face-saving statement by the U.S. after the bombshell BBC report that it cut a deal with ISIS fighters in Raqqa, allowing them to leave unmolested. "I … Continue reading Russia Still Allowing U.S. to Save Face in Syria
https://youtu.be/7Hm4tFsPrSY Halsey and I go at it for an hour mostly free from invective (yes, there is the occasional naughty word spoken by yours truly... I know,SHOCKING!) discussing a whole host of topics: Catalonia and how the EU is owned by Soros Saudi desperation and the long-term plan for stabilizing the Middle East Trump's successes … Continue reading Halsey Live – The Saudis, The Israelis, The Democrats, Oh MY!
I know this will come as a shock to my regular readers, but the U.S. has been working with ISIS the entire time. Previously the Russian Ministry of Defense released unequivocal evidence of our allowing ISIS to move through areas controlled by U.S/Kurdish SDF forces to avoid Syrian Arab Army confrontation. Now, no less a … Continue reading More Containment Breached: The BBC Outs U.S./ISIS Complicity in Syria
It seems every day brings us closer to world war. The turmoil in Saudi Arabia is now morphing into outward aggression towards Lebanon and Iran. The Arab League is meeting to discuss Iran. The Saudis are putting their air force on alert. The propaganda war is in full-swing. And Israel is increasing its bellicosity against … Continue reading War on Lebanon or Saudi Oil Price Pump?
In 1989 Francis Fukayama declared that we had reached “The End of History.” Democracy as a form of government would, in fact, be the end of the evolution of human interaction. The West had triumphed and that the rest was ‘just a chase scene,’ to borrow a phrase from Neal Stephenson’s brilliant dystopian novel “Snow … Continue reading The End of “The End of History” – U.S. Mid-East Policy’s Fork in the Road
The dramatic events of the past two days in Saudi Arabia imply a whole new era in geopolitics. The problem is trying to figure out what that new era will look like. From the moment oil prices began falling in July of 2014, I knew something like this was possible. Currency, Currency, Currency The Saudi … Continue reading Saudi Purge: Desperation, Salvation or Both?