Authors note: Reproduced from my old blog. Originally published May 1 2018. "I know that after my death a pile of rubbish will be heaped on my grave…
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"Ivermectin and “lab leaks” and natural immunity and “variants” and the dozen other deck chairs so many people spent two years assiduously re-arranging…
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A recurring theme of my recent writings has been geography, and how it should form the basis of any material analysis of international relations – put…
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Judging by the response to my past piece, it seems the idea of supranational governance, an elite ruling class and grand chessboard strategy is weird…
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“The center of gravity of international affairs is importantly shifting from the Atlantic to the Pacific and Indian Oceans.” Henry Kissinger “The US…
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“The Nation state as a fundamental unit of man's organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational…
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“We will have a world government, whether you like it or not. The only question that arises is whether this world government will be established by…
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In response to my last piece, somebody asked, ‘Is this our smoking gun?’ My first thought was how many smoking guns do you need? Covid is a pantomime…
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As I’ve written elsewhere in these pages, one almost feels sorry for Anthony Fauci – as tho he’s been hung out to dry, a sacrificial lamb on the altar…
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Like Debord’s Society of the Spectacle, we seem to be living in a virtual realm. A world of avatars. A world lived increasingly online. A world where a…
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“I suggest therefore that this be sold not through a democratic process. That would take too long and devour far too much of the funds to educate the…
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Most people think of Africa as one of the poorest places on earth, At the end of 2008, the accumulated debt of sub-Saharan African nations stood at $177…
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