The 4th Media by Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould Part 1 – American Imperialism Leads the World into Dante’s Vision of Hell Before the Tomahawk Missiles start flying between Moscow and New York, Americans had better educate themselves fast about the forces and the people who claim that Russia covered up a Syrian government… Read More The History of the Neocon Takeover of the USA
The 4th Media by John W. Dower Some years ago, a newspaper article credited a European visitor with the wry observation that Americans are charming because they have such short memories. When it comes to the nation’s wars, however, he was not entirely on target. Americans embrace military histories of the heroic “band of… Read More America’s Wars: Memory Loss in the Garden of Violence
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists by Charles P. Blair, Rebecca L. Earnhardt President Donald Trump’s recent military action against the Syrian government is just the latest instance in which the White House has failed to adhere to policies beloved by the far right. Though many of the administration’s more centrist supporters cheered the US… Read More Has The Deep State Hoodwinked Trump?
SHTFplan by Daniel Lang America has always had its divisions, and Americans have never really been a monolith. We’ve always been a nation of many nations. The culture of New England is different from the culture of the Deep South, which is different from the cultures in the West Coast or the Midwest. People… Read More The Simple Reason Why a Second American Civil War May Be Inevitable
Alt-Market by Brandon Smith Back in 2013 during the last major flare up between the U.S. and North Korea I wrote an extensive analysis on the North Korean wild card and how it could be used by globalists as a catalyst for international economic instability titled ‘Will Globalists Use North Korea To Trigger Catastrophe?’… Read More What A War With North Korea Would Probably Look Like
SHTFplan by Mac Slavo President Trump has taken a lot of flack recently, first for his direct strike on a Syrian airfield using 59 Tomahawk missiles, then for responding to North Korean rhetoric and nuclear testing by deploying a Naval Strike Fleet to the region, and finally for dropping the world’s largest non-nuclear Mother… Read More Roger Stone: “Trump Diplomacy Is Working… It’s Really Working”
The DEFCON Warning System by Thomas Lonely Wolf Korea has been on the tipping point of a major conflict since the armistice of 1953. (The two sides are technically still at war.) While there have been many steps toward that line, recently it seems that the Koreas have been only moments away from attacking… Read More What A Korean War Could Look Like