Thought for the day: Totalitarians never view themselves as totalitarian. Utopians believe fervently that what they are forcing upon others is for their own good. Such is the content of this article. If you’ve not heard of the World Economic Forum, I’d urge you to pay extremely close attention because
I’ve been studying the breakup of Yugoslavia for many months now. It is, as far as I can tell, like a marriage. Complex. To be fair, grievances amongst different ethnic and religious groups had been simmering for hundreds of years before the last Yugoslavian civil war erupted, splintering the nation
The cold war wasn’t named that because it involved Russia, which is as cold as a witch’s tit (at least in winter), but rather because it didn’t involve Ivan firing his shiny Kalashnikov at Bo, Billy or Bob. Hence cold, not hot. This was while both powers worked to undermine
This is where Trump finds himself today. To send in the troops or not. Let’s back up a bit first to see why this is such a conundrum. The first thing that I note is the fact that the most pervasive rioting and lawlessness is overwhelmingly in the states “governed”
Given the proven failure of sanctions throughout history, and the unpredictability and horrendous forecasts ahead of lengthy military action, Capitalist Exploits examines the most effective, peaceful, productive method of disrupting dictatorships and allowing affected citizens to take back their freedoms.
I am a central banker. Let me tell you my story. I look presentable, nice suits, am well spoken, I have impeccable credentials. I wear a vacuous stare, though I like to think of it as a stern expression. My most honest feature, other than low wattage IQ, is that