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Kissinger has got it wrong before.

The National Interest’s editor, Jacob Heilbrunn, Interview with Henry Kissinger in early July in New York. Henry Kissinger’s interview shows that even at 92 he is as sharp as ever, and still carries some influence. 676 more words


When America nearly nuked North Carolina

Only the lack of an activation signal stopped an plutonium nuclear bomb from devastating North Carolina in 1962, the same year as the Cuban Missile Crisis. 220 more words


Meet the ‘Moderates’ the U.S. Is Supporting in Syria: They’re al-Qaeda

byEric Zuesse, as originally published by Strategic-Culture.org

Increasing evidence is coming in that the groups the U.S. is trying to install into power in Syria are actually contending groups of Sunni Islamic jihadists who seem to agree on only one thing: they want to replace the secular government of the Shiite Bashar al-Assad, who is supported by Russia and by Shiite Iran. 2,549 more words


Vaccines - more on the deception

This great image is of a billboard opposing, and trying to educate the public, on vaccines.

Now why on earth is this so important? Why THIS message – that vaccines working is a lie? 909 more words

An interesting look at North Korea

I have always been fascinated by totalitarian dictatorships, not because I want to live in one – perish the thought! – but because the games the leaders play with reality to keep the population in line are just so fascinating. 676 more words

Living In The Modern Age

Gennaro reblogged this on Legationes.

NATO and the West Just Became Irrelevant

The dual summits that took place in Russia’s Ufa beginning 9 July were anything but routine. In fact it may be seen by future historians as a signal event that marked the definitive decline of the global hegemony of European civilization including North America. 1,875 more words


Mackinder Reincarnates–Now Hungary Joins Silk

The magnetic force field pulling more EU countries to link up with the emerging Eurasian economic colossus is growing by the day as the economies of the EU sink deeper into debt, depression and economic stagnation. 1,566 more words

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