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Kissinger’s Adoration of the 1815 Congress of Vienna

The incredibly shrinking Henry Kissinger is known for many things, but a revolutionary is not one of them. Over the years of service to the empire, the career geopolitician has been consistent in his unfailing commitment to 1) destroy the Westphalian system of sovereign nation states, 2) promote population control across the developing sector, 3) advocate limited nuclear war (in opposition to the more popular visions of total nuclear war advocated by Cold Warriors) and 4) selectively overthrow troublesome governments as a co-architect of color revolutions.

VIDEO: Russia’s Far East – The Country’s Pacific Lifeline

Vladivostok, Russia – We all know just how vast Russia is. But what do we really know about the country itself? What do we know about its history, culture, traditions, etc? More so, what do we know about the history of certain parts of this vast country? The picture painted by the Western media is […]

To Avoid a Collapse Means Restoring Glass-Steagall

In spite of what many of its progressive proponents would wish, a global green reform would not only impose Malthusian depopulation upon nation states globally were it accepted, but would establish a the supranational authority of a technocratic managerial elite as enforcers of a “de-carbonization agenda”.

Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?

Two opposing systems operating on two conflicting sets of principles and standards are currently at war, where only one can succeed. Yet as much France’s Bruno Le Maire appears to be aware of the forces at play between two systems, he fails miserably to identify what the Bretton Woods System was meant to accomplish in the first place, or what type of “radical transformation” is needed to save Europe from the collapse of its own speculation-ridden system.

CHAITKIN: JFK and the Military Industrial Complex

In this report, we will focus on two leading mortal opponents of JFK: Allen Dulles and Lyman Lemnitzer, the first in the spy world, and the other in the military. Although they were Americans, we will situate them as they saw themselves, internationally: they were men of the London-centered power structure that ran the Cold War against President Franklin Roosevelt’s design for peace at the end of World War II, that warred on President Kennedy, and that now pushes for world war.

DUGIN: The ‘Irish Empire’ of Dublin and the Irish Church

By Alexander Dugin The spread of Christianity among the Irish people laid the foundation of the new era (St. Patrick’s era), which, as we have seen, is interpreted as a continuation of the Mil’s Gaels era and, at the same time, as its logical end, its apogee. The Celtic church, with the Archiepiscopal Cathedra in […]

Forgotten Battles Against the Deep State Part 4

In this fourth instalment we will meet a network of alliances that formed in France and Quebec under the leadership of Quebec’s Premier Daniel Johnson Sr. and French President Charles De Gaulle who intended to create an international program for development in opposition to the Anglo-American Empire that has been written out of modern history.

Forgotten Battles Against the Deep State Part III

In our third segment, we will be introduced to a figure who acted as Premier of British Columbia from 1952-1972 and whose struggle to bring Canada into the modern era only occurred through the most courageous fights against British Malthusian agents (today known as the Deep State) embedded within the Canadian government.