The Charlie Hebdo Affair


When  Washington activated sanctions against Russia in 2014, the economic effects of this was felt more within the EU than in the American economy. Most affected in the EU  are France and Germany.

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The Break Up – Part 2


Conflict no 6 –Break-up of European colonial rule: In the previous issue, we have come to understand the grand plan of the US, in regards to the conquest of the world. And the power of European finance had to be destroyed.

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The Break Up – Part 1


This a very brief background on the two most powerful financial empires in modern history. The world has never seen anything like this before. In past history, many other great and powerful financial dynasties existed. The difference between then and now was that the current financial dynasties are global, and operate below the radar.

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The Gas Wars – Part 3


We went with Gazprom to the west into Europe, to the east into China, to the south into Africa. Now we travel to the Eastern Mediterranean. And so, lets start with Syria.

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The Gas Wars – Part 2


Moscow goes East At the end of 2009, precisely as planned and to the surprise of Washington, Russia opened the East Siberia-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) oil pipeline, a 4-year construction project costing some $14 billion.  The pipeline now allows Russia to export oil directly from its East Siberia fields to China as well as Korea and […]

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The Gas Wars – Part 1


Contrary to widely held beliefs in the west, the Cold War did not end with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, or the fall of the  Berlin Wall in November 1989, at least not for Washington. Seeing the opportunity to expand the reach of American military and political power, the Pentagon began a […]

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In December 1991, Ukraine , the ‘bread basket of the Soviet Union’ voted in favor of independence from a broken up Soviet Union. The Soviet Union did not exist, and the oil and gas reserves of Russia would now be available to the US oil giants.

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WIKILEAKS – A disingenuous Mossad Operation


Since the dramatic release of a US militaty film of a American helicopter shooting of unarmed Iraqis, Wikileaks has gained global notoriety and credibility as a daring website that releases sensitive material to the public from whistleblowers within various government departments.

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The Battle for Eurasia – Part 2


Between 1990 and 1991, the Us had managed to regain its military prestige – destroyed by Vietnam. This was the 2nd Gulf War, when Saddam Hussein of Iraq invaded Kuwait; and the subsequent defeat of Iraq by a colalition with the US as its leader.

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The Battle for Eurasia – Part 1


Since we are starting halfway into a movie, lets clear up what we are going to write. The main story at the moment has to do with the turmoil in the Middle East, and the destablization of the financial system. Along with an increase of terror globally. Why are these things happening.

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