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Iran and the 3 Musketeers

By the 3 Musketeers, we mean Russia, China and Saudi Arabia. The Shanghai 5 & The Grand Chessboard The first Chechen war ended in mid-1995. Russian President Boris Yeltsin was worried that unrest in the Caucasus would spread to other Russian provinces in its south-the so-called “soft underbelly of Russia. He flew to China, met […]

Hezbollah & Iran

In a speech on Tuesday the 13th, Hezbollah leader  Nasrallah said that the Party will continue the border offensive until at least the Gaza massacre stops. The war in Gaza however, is far from over. And Nasrallah warned that even were a ceasefire to be reached in Gaza, “should the enemy perform any action, we will return […]

BIS & CBDC’s Financial Collapse & War Part 4 (of a 4 Part Series)

Running Out of Options  At present the dollar and euro-based financial system aka the Trans-Atlantic financial system, is hopelessly insolvent. Not only is it insolvent, but absolutely beyond salvage. The primary cause is that the banks have become like a financial casino through the use and abuse of derivatives- a huge black hole suffocating the […]

October 7th – What Really Happened

Three weeks after the Hamas breakout assault on Israel on 7 October, a clearer picture of what happened – who died, and who killed – is now beginning to emerge. Instead of the wholesale massacre of civilians claimed by Israel, incomplete figures published by the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz show that almost half the Israelis killed that day were […]

Gaza – Facts on the Ground Part 2(of a 2 Part Article)

The story continues from Part 1. The devastation in Gaza is unprecedented. Below are some photos: Putin’s Message Meeting with leaders of Russia’s religious communities at the Kremlin, Putin addressed the current conflict in the Middle East and warned that “Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and Russophobia” were being used as weapons against a multipolar world. “The West sees how […]

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

This is a report on the current situation of the war in Gaza. But, first, let’s do a small background on this matter. Remember, the events around Gaza are part of a global shift in power. In short, Gaza is but one facet of a global war currently underway. Background: In 1881, Russia passed the […]

The Global Planned Financial Tsunami has begun 

In the last article, we discussed the impact of what a declining energy consumption may lead to. In this article, we will discuss the danger of rising interest rates – the reason of it, and its implications on the global economy. Since the creation of the US Federal Reserve over a century ago, every major […]

From Opec to Nopec – How the Rockefellers Lost Control of their Creation Part 2 (Of a 2 Part Series)

The Russia-Saudi Nexus  The two countries are referred to as the two petroleum superpowers and account for about a quarter of the world’s crude oil production between them. The first country to establish full diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Hejaz and Nejd (the name of the Saudi state until 1932) was the Soviet Union. The relations began in 1926 as a means for Moscow […]

Six Months into the War – Analyses & Update Part 3 (of a 4 Part Series)

The Collective West AKA ZONE A Five months ago, on February 24th, Russia began what she called a “special military operation” (SMO). In very simple terms, this is what Russia has achieved so far: Ukraine has lost about 20% of its territory, about 3 thousand towns and villages, half of the gross national product, and […]

The Tic-Tac-Toe of the 2020 US Presidential Elections

This is a follow up to the article “Who Nuked Beirut?” London Attempts a Coup d’état The British have always feared the power of American nationalism.  In 1776, the Americans fought the British for independence, and won, thus giving rise to a new nation – the USA. Since then, the British have tried to suborn […]

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