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Video of the Week: Easier to Kill a Million People Than to Control a Million People

Ever wonder what the elites are really talking about when they get together, whether it be at the Bilderberg Group or at other closed door meetings the sycophants in the media never tell you details about? 654 more words

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A Changing Region: Is Australia Prepared?

Zbigniew Brzezinski

By James O’Neill*

During the recent election campaign foreign policy received almost no attention, either from the two major political parties, or from the mainstream media ostensibly there to inform us of important events that might impinge on our national interests. 1,165 more words


Another Earthquake: Canada To Join China's Asia Infrastructure

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
September 6, 2016

There’s been another huge earthquake in the financial geopolitics of the globe according to this article shared by Mr. 633 more words


No More Grand Chessboard?

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
August 30, 2016

Many people shared this article, and it’s well worth pondering, as it seems the perpetually vowel-impaired Zbgnw Brzznsk is rethinking his grand chessboard idea: 692 more words


Brzezinski and the US national interest – a comment from Rome

by Giulietto Chiesa, Defend Democracy

In summary: separate Russia from China and set them against each other, persuading whichever of the two will agree to become a privileged partner of the US.  974 more words


Lindt Café Inquest, Part 16: (Imaginary) Coroner Takes Testimony from Expert Witness, Doctor X

Mau Mau terrorists, 1952, captured by the British

by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Pretend the coroner questions the expert witness, Dr X:

Coroner – 2,047 more words


The Trilateral Commission

(Excerpted from Chapter 1: David Rockefeller & the Shah of Iran: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

While people celebrated the Shah’s demise in Tehran, Zbigniew Brzezinski was on his way to Kuwait City for a meeting with Kuwaiti Emir Jaber al-Sabah, Saudi officials and Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. 1,261 more words

Dean Henderson