Trump Pleases Neocons & Raytheon, “Threatens” BRICS with GBU-43 Bomb Debut

Dubbed “the Mother of All Bombs,” or shortly MOAB, was dropped in the Nangarhar province, two days ago. Each GBU-43 bomb weighs 21,600 pounds and measures at more than 30 feet long and 40 inches wide. It has a blast radius of 1/3 mile, and is meant to be used for “psychological” attacks as part of a … Continue reading Trump Pleases Neocons & Raytheon, “Threatens” BRICS with GBU-43 Bomb Debut

Many signs point to imminent, bigger than Lehman financial tsunami

Veteran financial market observers will tell you that anomalies in the financial markets last week point to some sort of black swan event on the horizon.  This could be—cross your fingers and knock on wood—the signs of the long-awaited implosion of the U.S. Corporate government.  It could also be the signal for a new Bretton … Continue reading Many signs point to imminent, bigger than Lehman financial tsunami

Who’s Behind the Pro-Guaidó Crowd Besieging Venezuela’s D.C. Embassy?

What the Trump government has permitted to happen at the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington DC is proof enough that he is not working for the light at all. He is just another pretender much like Obama before him.

Trump is Handicapped in Draining the Swamp

There’s a great segment of the population who strongly believe that the Pentagon is the epitome of patriotism and integrity, and all it takes for a better America is a good and decisive president, strong enough to stand up against the Deep State CIA. Candidate Donald Trump successfully sold the idea of bringing troops home, … Continue reading Trump is Handicapped in Draining the Swamp

Corporate Power and Expansive U.S. Military Policy | Prof. Gaffney

Military defense is generally treated in economics texts as a “public good” because the benefits are presumed to be shared by all citizens. However, defense spending by the United States cannot legitimately be classified as public good, since the primary purpose of those expenditures has been to project power in support of private business interests.

The House of Saud bows to the House of Putin

Saudi Arabia pivots to Russia, the new sheriff in town. What a difference a year – an eternity in geopolitics – makes. No one could see this coming; the ideological matrix of all strands of Salafi-jihadi terror – which Russia fights no holds barred, from ISIS/Daesh to the Caucasus Emirate – beating a path to … Continue reading The House of Saud bows to the House of Putin

Trump Strikes Arms Deal With Saudis worth $350 Billion

Trump’s Raytheon stocks are soaring again. More than a billion dollar worth of Raytheon made munitions are estimated to be part of the package, i.e. a $350 billion worth of deaths and destruction have been sealed between the US and the House of Saud today, $110 billion of which is due for delivery as soon … Continue reading Trump Strikes Arms Deal With Saudis worth $350 Billion

Driving a Wedge between Russia & Syria

In response to Russia’s mocking of the recent display of US firepower in Syria, under a false pretext of a chemical attack by the Assad government against civilians, Western media published a CIA-Pentagon response that what they’ve accomplished was a “surgical attack” that is in full accordance with existing self-defense, and international humanitarian norms.

Wall Street’s Citigroup & US Military’s Imperial History in Haiti

Haiti gained so much attention when it was hit by a massive earthquake in 2010, but it wasn’t just a natural disaster. The action of the US military to control inbound flights including those carrying disaster relief materials and personnel raised some hard questions.

Jade Helm: Mastering the Human Domain thru Artificial Intelligence

When systems designer and software engineers discovered the thin red line between machines and humans, they have undoubtedly opened a Pandora ’s Box, just like when Nikola Tesla found out all the grave possibilities of using high-voltage, high frequency as well as ELF electromagnetic waves on the atmosphere, the human brain and on the fragile … Continue reading Jade Helm: Mastering the Human Domain thru Artificial Intelligence