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, […]

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 […]

Gaza – Facts on the Ground Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Hamas Hamas won elections in Gaza in 2006. Since then, Israel has been attacking Gaza every few years- due to removing Gaza ownership over these gas fields. In the beginning of these conflicts, Hamas was often defeated by the IDF. But, over the past 15 years, Hamas learnt, improved, and became a powerful force to […]

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 […]

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

The Current War On Wednesday, October 4th, a group of 800 Jewish settlers invaded Al Aqsa Mosque, under protection from the Israeli police. This invasion of the mosque has been increasing over the past few years, and it acts like a trigger for the Palestinians. This last elicited a response from Palestinian groups resisting Israel. […]

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 […]

NATO Defeat = Financial Armageddon

 Following the 2008 financial crash, the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates to nearly zero. Banks then lent this money to favored clients, who then used this “free money” to speculate on the stock and commodity markets, earning a higher returns than what they were borrowing. Their hope was that these profits would go a long […]

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