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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 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 […]

Qatar-in the Cross-Hairs of New York

At one time, from 2002 till 2015, Qatar and the US were very close allies. Then, things began to change. Do remember, Qatar is tied into the Rothschild Network of Power, which is based in London and Paris. Three events changed all of this. This has brought the friendship between the New York and Qatar […]

The Geopolitics of Ukraine Part 1 (of a 3 Part Series)

In December 1991, Ukraine, the ‘bread basket of the Soviet Union’ voted in favor of independence from a broken up Soviet Union. The Soviet Union did not exist, and the oil and gas reserves of Russia would now be available to the US oil giants. A look at the geo-strategic background will make things clearer. […]

THE GAS WARS Part 1 (of a 3 part series)

Contrary to widely held beliefs in the west, the Cold War did not end with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, or the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, at least not for Washington. Seeing the opportunity to expand the reach of American military and political power, the Pentagon began a […]

UKRAINE: -A Tectonic Shift in Heartland Power

In geopolitics, a deep understanding of geography and power allows you to do two things. First, it helps you comprehend the forces that will shape international politics and how they will do so. Second, it helps you distinguish what is important from what isn’t. In geopolitics, Ukraine is classified as a geopolitical pivot.This makes maps […]

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