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Ronald Thomas West

Germany’s Plot Against Serbia Exposed: Education & Espionage

In the EU accession process absorbing the former socialist states of Eastern Europe, there is a ‘trick chapter’ that is opened, and immediately closed, as a mere formality. This is chapter 26 concerning “Culture and Education” wherein the rationale for this chapter as a formality only is: “the area of culture and education entails no […]

Foreign Policy Magazine and The Famous Nigerian Internet Scam

As a longtime ‘unsuscribed’ person from all mails at Foreign Policy Magazine, not only the ‘Security Brief’ newsletter, it was interesting to me to receive an “internal test’ of the ‘Security Brief’ FP mail. What are the possibilities? 1) It was a straightforward snafu of the Foreign Policy web propaganda outlet. 2) Foreign Policy is […]

Leadership in a Time of Crisis

This essay is perhaps best introduced as describing where you WILL NOT find leadership and why. It is in an American historical context with superimposed Native American derived story-telling format; where interrelated metadata is strung together in such a way as to challenge the American expression of the Western cultural assumptions. It will be best […]