The Daily Brief 2021-11-12

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This daily summary contains 2 articles about; Geopolitics, Nationalism in the following categories; Brussels, Eurasia, Headline-News, Anglo-5, United-States.


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Nationalism vs Malignant Nationalism vs Imperialism

Published 2021-11-12 11:33:14 by Ronald Thomas West in Brussels, Eurasia, Headline-News

To be (treasonous to globalism) or not to be (treasonous to one’s own culture.) That is the question. The proposition as presented, in a play on Shakespeare’s words, thinly conceals a communications trick; these are not distinct things but the same. There is no question between the two in any sense of what is actually presented, only observation of a single fact from separate construction-perspective. Multiculturalism in a sense of globalism, historically speaking, is a result of conquest via imperialism. The short example given would be Rome and the ‘Romance Languages’ reflecting Rome’s creation of a linguistic monoculture that, over… Continue ->

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Baffling: American General Already Admits Defeat Against Russians and Chinese

Published 2021-11-12 00:24:32 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Headline-News, United-States

By Tim Kirby General Milley’s address at the Aspen Security Forum is a major piece of news and food for thought. We live in times of media madness in which it is ever so easy to become cynical or desensitized to even the most heinous or theoretically shocking news. So it may be hard to even get excited about a quote that has nothing to do with gender issues on Twitter, but I implore you to consider the resonance of a recent statement made at the Aspen Security Forum by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces… Continue ->

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