Category: Asia

The Geopolitics of Gaza Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

In the early 1990s, British Gas did work to check if gas was available in commercial quantities. The consortium was British Gas, Consolidated Contractors Company and the Palestine Investment Fund – a publicly owned investment company used to strengthen the local economy. The Palestinian Authority faced two challengers: the political consent to develop the gas, […]

Gaza – Epicenter of WW3

Background On October 7th, the Palestinian resistance group, Hamas, based in Gaza, launched an attack on Israel. Both Israel and its US supporters were caught completely off-guard. It took some time for Israel to gather its wits and plan a strike on Hamas. More than three weeks have passed since. Below, we will give you […]

The West versus Eurasian Integration Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Take a look at the map of the Eurasian continent. It is one single mass. Starting around 1500, in response to the takeover of Constantinople by the Ottomans in 1453, and the eviction of the Muslims from Spain in 1494, it was decided by Portugal to find alternate routes to the East without paying the […]

The West versus Eurasian Integration Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

Below are some quotes from the book, THE GRAND CHESSBOARD by Zbigniew Brzezinski.    He was a Rockefeller geopolitical analyst/advisor to David Rockefeller, who made him the first head of his newly-formed Trilateral Commission in 1973. He became the National Security Advisor to Carter-the most important job in Washington since the 1970s, and, who are […]

Russia and the Rothschilds Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

We now explain the conflict between the Rothschilds and Russia in Africa, Central Asia and Israel. The Conflict in Africa Germany became a single unified nation in 1870, after defeating France that same year. The German economy, blessed with 4 billion franc war reparation, began to industrialise and boom.  In search for raw materials and […]

Russia and the Rothschilds Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Background The Rothschild involvement with Russia goes back to the early 1800s. It would help us understand better if we do a bit of background on the Russian Jew. The Jews of our time fall into 2 main sects: Sephardim and Ashkenazi.  The Sephardim are descendants of the Jews who trace their lineage back to […]

The Empire’s Worst Nightmare – The Russia-Iran-China Triangle Part 2 (of a 2 Part series)

 In this part 2, we will discuss Iran’s relations with Russia and China. Target Russia… Iran & Russia Relations between the Grand Duchy of Moscow and the Persian Empire (Iran) officially commenced in 1521,  Past and present contact between Russia and Iran have long been complicatedly multi-faceted; often wavering between collaboration and rivalry. The two nations have a long history of […]

The Empire’s Worst Nightmare – The Russia-Iran-China Triangle Part 1 (of a 2 Part series)

Introduction  In 1904 in a speech before the Royal Geographical Society in London British geographer Sir Halford    Mackinder, a firm advocate of the British Empire, presented what is arguably one of the most influential documents in world foreign policy of the past two hundred years since the Battle of Waterloo. His short speech was titled […]

Eurasian Connectivity = End of US Dominance Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

How Eurasia Will be Interconnected – BRI version 2.0 Xi had announced that Beijing will hold the 3rd Belt and Road Forum in 2023.  The forum was initially designed to be bi-annual, first held in 2017 and then 2019. 2021 didn’t happen because of Covid-19. The return of the forum signals not only a renewed drive […]

Eurasian Connectivity = End of US Dominance Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

The Silk Road started somewhere around 100 AD. Goods travelled from the East to the West. When the Mongol Empire began, capturing the Silk Road and China (the source) helped to increase their Empire. The main artery of this road travelled through Turkey to Europe. When the Turks finally captured Constantinople in 1453, they brought […]

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