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  1. Deacon says:

    I just read your article “The Global…It’s All Greek To ME”. The best summation on the financial scam (since the Federal Reserve was given it’s license to rape and pillage the world in 1913) in one article I’ve read so far. At the very end you give some hope of “common person” world unity to affect change. Simple, if everyone put down their weapons and went home the problems of the world would be immediately solved, as the biggest proportion of real world debt is due to war and the procurement of weapons to kill each other. The perfect solution for those at the top has always been to keep those at the bottom killing each other and selling them the weapons to do it. I realize that this new “banking scam” has added a tremendous burden to world citizens, but as always war is their answer and the general population is always willing to participate. Thus history shall repeat itself until the hordes have finally lost their taste for blood. The answer has always been in our hands, but nobody really wants peace.

  2. Dear Mr. Marshall,

    I have followed with interest your essays on economics, which I have accessed through the CRG. You may be interested in a work of mine, entitled The Empire Strikes a Match in a World Full of Oil.
    You might also find an older book — Dysfunctions of the Welfare State (Rutgers U Press, 2010) — of interest.

    The new edition of The Empire is not out yet, but I’ll send along the galleys. Just contact me at the email address below.

  3. donal says:

    RE: the great global depression

    I managed to get through your latest and appreciate the details. Conspiracy is not a theory. But there is one elephant hiding in the woods with the truck sticking out: the end of cheap oil/energy. This vast financial monster will not survive as we localize by necessity. We won’t need 50% of money in defense. And communities will not welcome members who only take. Everyone will need to produce something tangible of value to both individuals and the community. The one defense we all have is to decrease debt, live small, give the banks less and less money, opt out, and then begin to think local and turn off the TV.

    To do anything else is to give power and credibility to the finance industry.

    I did get a chuckle at your revelation that France and Germany require Greece to keep buying weapons from France and Germany. Guns, not butter. And they do it without shame. Certainly Greeks need fighter aircraft more than, say, food.

    I’d like to see your articles quite a bit shorter, more compact, perhaps with sidebars for the tedious. Is is very difficult to comprehend bunches of figures in the text of paragraph. It goes from clear black and white to grey and fuzzy. Having spent a lifetime writing, from journalism to advertising and much in between, I know the difficulty of which I ask. Sweat and blood. But it may allow you a greater audience, in the end.

    • thanks for the comment and the suggestions as well. I will try my best!


      • Bob Blain says:

        The problem that is the root of the debt crisis is compounding interest. Here is a prescription I recently sent to every member of the US Congress.

        Patient Name: United States of America Date: July 2011

        Diagnosis: $70 trillion of public and private debt due to 220
        years of compounding interest on a borrowed money supply.

        Debt in 1790 was $70 million. A six percent growth rate matches actual total debt from 1916 to 2010 with 99 percent accuracy! That tells us that debt has been growing by compounding interest ever since the First Congress decided to borrow the new Nation’s money supply.
        Total, not just Federal, debt was $3.8 trillion by 1976. 34 years later, 2010, it was $70 trillion. It is now demanding growth to more than $100 trillion by 2014 but is more likely to cause massive bankruptcies as resistance to more debt grows.

        Stop the explosion by removing the fuel, interest.

        Prescription 6 months: 1. Stop all accrual, payment & receipt of interest.
        2. Infuse new United States Notes of $100 per month to every citizen. Re-evaluate in 6 months.

        The same problem of compounding interest is at the root of Greece’s and the rest of the world’s debt crisis. I have more I can send any interester party.

        Bob Blain, PhD

  4. Tim Hanley says:


    Thank you! That was the best summation of the global rip-off I’ve read so far. Several weeks ago I ordered “The Global Economic Crisis: The Great Depression of the XXI Century,” though it’s late in arriving due to a (publisher’s?) strike in Canada. I can’t wait to read it.

    I firmly believe that the globalists’ machinations are about to come tumbling down on their heads. Wishful thinking? I don’t believe so. I’m convinced the world IS waking up and collectively calling for a “global philosophical revolution,” as you bring out in the conclusion of your article.

    Thank you again!

    Tim Hanley
    Henderson, NV

  5. Sherry says:

    Dr. Blaine, I have a better solution for the money crisis. Get rid of the FEDERAL RESERVE!

  6. Devon DB says:

    Dear Mr. Marshall,

    I have followed your work since last year through Global Research, starting with the When Empire Hits Home series. I have since then become a fan of your work. I thank you for your writing which takes complicated issues and breaks them down so that they’re easily understandable as well as your dedication to the truth.

    I hope you continue producing great work.


    Devon DB

  7. Xinyu Hu says:

    I like the new format. It looks much cleaner. The articles seem much more accessible too. Good job Andrew. I am specializing in political science at UTM. May be we can help each other?


  8. Hi Andrew,

    I’ve been unable to send you e-mails.The response I get: ‘this e-mail address is not known or active…Do you have a new e-mail address?

  9. Neil Cosentino says:


  10. Robert Barricklow says:

    Listened to your interview on Boiling Frogs.
    Thank God you didn’t subscribe to Peter Collins Establishment Viewpoint.
    Great discussion. Brilliant analysis.

  11. knowbuddhau says:

    I’m another who found your work through Boiling Frogs Post. I’ve enjoyed reading about the history of Israel’s expulsion of the Palestinians. I like the emphasis placed on projects spanning decades and relying on deliberate tyranny and terror. As a bachelor of arts in psychology (U Washington, 1989), I’m always on about the weaponization of my fair scientific art into PSYOP (psychological operations). I’m particularly interested in documenting the patterns and practices that so reliably jack entire nations to war.

    A researcher myself, it’s hard to rely on the citations of others that I can’t check for myself. I’m curious about an old article of yours I found while browsing Global Warming: A Convenient Lie . You were all of 19 when you wrote it. Has your thinking on this topic evolved in the last 4 years? Have you written on the topic more recently?

    I’ve accepted the anthropogenic consensus. Are you still of the opinion, that global climate disruption is a mostly solar-driven natural process, requiring no action on the part of industrialized nations?

  12. Benjamin Hymans says:

    Hello, I am geography student at the University of Manchester. I have read your ‘Lies, War, and Empire: NATO’s “Humanitarian Imperialism” in Libya’ article which I found very interesting. It is relevant to my current research on western media’s portrayal of Africa and therefore I would like to ask if you would be available for a brief casual interview on the subject in the future so that I could hear some of your opinions. Thankyou

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  14. lanny says:

    you and the students in Quebec are so close to the real issue about education. this is a human rights issue
    (1) Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.
    (2) Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.
    (3) Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.

    International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
    Article 13
    1. The States Parties to the present Covenant recognize the right of everyone to education. They agree that education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and the sense of its dignity, and shall strengthen the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. They further agree that education shall enable all persons to participate effectively in a free society, promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations and all racial, ethnic or religious groups, and further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.
    2. The States Parties to the present Covenant recognize that, with a view to achieving the full realization of this right:
    (a) Primary education shall be compulsory and available free to all;
    (b) Secondary education in its different forms, including technical and vocational secondary education, shall be made generally available and accessible to all by every appropriate means, and in particular by the progressive introduction of free education;
    (c) Higher education shall be made equally accessible to all, on the basis of capacity, by every appropriate means, and in particular by the progressive introduction of free education;
    (d) Fundamental education shall be encouraged or intensified as far as possible for those persons who have not received or completed the whole period of their primary education;
    (e) The development of a system of schools at all levels shall be actively pursued, an adequate fellowship system shall be established, and the material conditions of teaching staff shall be continuously improved.
    3. The States Parties to the present Covenant undertake to have respect for the liberty of parents and, when applicable, legal guardians to choose for their children schools, other than those established by the public authorities, which conform to such minimum educational standards as may be laid down or approved by the State and to ensure the religious and moral education of their children in conformity with their own convictions.
    4. No part of this article shall be construed so as to interfere with the liberty of individuals and bodies to establish and direct educational institutions, subject always to the observance of the principles set forth in paragraph I of this article and to the requirement that the education given in such institutions shall conform to such minimum standards as may be laid down by the State.

    Decoration on the Right and Responsibility of Individuals, Groups and Organs of Society to Promote and Protect Universally Recognized Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms United Nations General Assembly Resolution (a/res/53/144) 8 march 1999

    Reaffirming the importance of the observance of the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations for the promotion and protection of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all persons in all countries of the world,
    Reaffirming also the importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights2 and the International Covenants on Human Rights Resolution 2200 A (XXI), annex. as basic elements of international efforts to promote universal respect for and observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms and the importance of other human rights instruments adopted within the United Nations system, as well as those at the regional level,
    Stressing that all members of the international community shall fulfil, jointly and separately, their solemn obligation to promote and encourage respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction of any kind, including distinctions based on race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, and reaffirming the particular importance of achieving international cooperation to fulfil this obligation according to the Charter,
    Acknowledging the important role of international cooperation for, and the valuable work of individuals, groups and associations in contributing to, the effective elimination of all violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms of peoples and individuals, including in relation to mass, flagrant or systematic violations such as those resulting from apartheid, all forms of racial discrimination, colonialism, foreign domination or occupation, aggression or threats to national sovereignty, national unity or territorial integrity and from the refusal to recognize the right of peoples to self-determination and the right of every people to exercise full sovereignty over its wealth and natural resources,
    Recognizing the relationship between international peace and security and the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and mindful that the absence of international peace and security does not excuse non-compliance,
    Reiterating that all human rights and fundamental freedoms are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated and should be promoted and implemented in a fair and equitable manner, without prejudice to the implementation of each of those rights and freedoms,
    Stressing that the prime responsibility and duty to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms lie with the State,
    Recognizing the right and the responsibility of individuals, groups and associations to promote respect for and foster knowledge of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels,

    Article 1. Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others, to promote and to strive for the protection and realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels.

    Article 6 . Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others:
    (a) To know, seek, obtain, receive and hold information about all human rights and fundamental freedoms, including having access to information as to how those rights and freedoms are given effect in domestic legislative, judicial or administrative systems;
    (b) As provided for in human rights and other applicable international instruments, freely to publish, impart or disseminate to others views, information and knowledge on all human rights and fundamental freedoms;
    (c) To study, discuss, form and hold opinions on the observance, both in law and in practice, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms and, through these and other appropriate means, to draw public attention to those matters.

  15. JungianINTP says:

    Andrew, to find the ROOT CAUSE of human conflicts study the psychological dynamics of the family unit: Father, Mother, and how they relate to each other and to their Children.

    But study family dynamics against the background of the neuroscience of BRAIN HEMISPHERICITY, which science reveals that each one of us is TWO PEOPLE, which battle one another: RIGHT-BRAINED EMOTIONAL (( generally exhibited by political leftists )) and LEFT-BRAINED LOGICAL (( generally exibited by political rightists ))–keeping in mind body/brain cross-lateralization, where the emotional right hemisphere controls the left side of the body (politic) and the logical left hemisphere controls the right side of the body (politic). Generally, father is left-brain logical while mother is right-brain emotional.

    I could go on, but I think you get it. External political/social/cultural conflicts are product of internal psychosexual (( Father/Mother )) conflicts, and the populace (( “Children” )) is infuenced to embrace and support Mom or Dad (( Democrat Party or Republican Party, respectively )) by how each sex relates to the world: LOGICALLY or EMOTIONALLY (both men and women may exibit the mind of the opposite sex; but, generally, the phenomenon is gender-/sex-dependent).

    Read my 1987 essay, “The Donahue Syndrome” (not on line), and Dr. Barbara Oakley’s recent book (not about eugenics, but the unique gene-configurations effecting dangerous personality disorders):

    “Evil Genes__Why Rome Fell, Hitler Rose, Enron Failed, and My Sister Stole My Mother’s Boyfriend.”

  16. JungianINTP says:

    Hi, Andrew: This is an elaboration of my above “ROOT CAUSE of human comflicts” post.

    Women are natural MARXISTS (( collectivistic and interdependent–exhibiting a protection-oriented tendency towards their children, for keeping them attached to her emotional dependence on them, remaining their “helicopter mom” until death do they part )) while men are natural CAPITALISTS (( individualistic and independent–exhibiting a hands-off tendency towards their children, for cultivating a strong self-reliance in them, to enable them to survive on their own )).

    Over 60 yeaars, the two-party system of government in America. has devolved from a generally masculinist-/logic-centered politics into a feminist-/emotion-centered one, effecting a stark contrast today of the sex-divisions manifested by our dichotomous BRAIN HEMISPHERICITY; the FEMINIST/MARXIST Democrat Party (right hemisphere) and the MASCULINIST/CAPITALIST Republican Party (left hemisphere; see above post),

    We each possess two brains. We each are two people: Left-Brained Logical and Right-Brained Emotional. Both brains battle over acceptance or rejection of reptilian (old-brain) impulses.

    The right hemisphere is EMOTIONALLY FEMININE while the left hemisphere is RATIONALLY MASCULINE.

    Our access to REPTILIAN BRAIN impulses (( sex drive, fight or flight responses to perceived threats, immediate gratification of humger and thirst, and use of deception to gain advantage over others )) is through the feminine right-hemisphere while blockage of those impulses is effected by masculine left-hemisphere controls, found in the frontal lobes, which high-brain locale effects delayed gratification for (greater) future reward, transpersonal empathy, abstract ideation, creativity, virtuous social behaviour, and beneficial decision-making.

    When feminist Gloria Steinem angrily blurted out to ABC’s 20/20 correspondent John Stossel: “Logic doesn’t matter!” (( responding to scientific evidence that boys play with trucks and girls play with dolls because of genetics )), she was shutting down her high-brain frontal lobes and bowing to her REPTILIAN BRAIN’S penchant for using deception (( lying )) to persuade, as she knows we’re mostly hard-wired for sex-specific behaviours–but she wishes to advance her radical anti-male, anti-family, pro-Marxist, emotion-premised feminsim.

    We witness that battle of the brains – of the sexes – played out between the leftists’ (right-brain’s) entertainment industries and the rightists’ (left-brain’s) Christian churches, as the former is an appeal to reptilian excitations while the latter’s is an effort at blocking them (( religions – excepting paganism’s Wicca and other nature cults – have developed to block humans’ innate drive to express reptilian-brain savagery–to keeep us from killing each other )).

    Keep in mind, Andrew, my overview of why we war within – and with each other – whenever evaluating political battles; and keep in mind why Christian religions war with pop-culture entertainment industries, as that war is a projection of our internal battle of the brains, between the seductive, hellish (Satanic, if you will) call of our REPTILIAN BRAIN’S (( of the right-brain doorway’s )) animalistic appetites and the hard to retain call of our heavenly (G_d, if you will) call of our cerebral brain’s (( of the left-brain doorway’s )) spiritual/moralistic responsibilities to self, to family, to community, and to at-large society.

    As for today’s (( 2012 )) grid-lock/stand-off warring between Democrats and Republicans, think MOMMY vs. DADDY, where she wants to spend and he wants to budget; that is, U.S. government – like aach one of us – is divided/conflicted between use of left-hemisphere LOGIC (( generally, the political Right )) or right-hemisphere EMOTION (( generally, the political Left )). And we each have masculinist and feminist proclivities, so that there are logical/masculine “women” and emotional/feminine “men”; but, generally, the phenomenon is sex-correspondent–men are inherently inclined towards THINKING while women are inherently inclined towards EMOTING. Which approach to our world is more likely to build and retain high-culture civilization?

    That’s the ages old battle between the masculine and feminine, between father and mother, between rightists and leftists–respectively. The consumption-oriented feminine energy in Democrats (( left’s go shopping )) ever seeks to capture and control the production-oriented masculine energy in Republicans (( let’s invent something to sell )), and while the latter would escapge her clutches whenever she demands too much and wastes too much of his productive energy. High-culture civilization is always in decline whenever feminism is on the march and masculinism is in retreat.

    Best Regards,


  17. Earl Richards says:

    Google the “$2.5 Trillion Oil Scam – slideshare” and google the “Global Oil Scam.” Noth America and western Europe are victims of this scam. Big Oil is part of the global banking cabal. Plug your electric car into your household, solar power battery.

  18. sean mckeown says:

    well done andrew great work am curious and interested in obtaining the will of margaret cargill one of the merchants of grain(see dan morgan book} who left 6000 million dollars to two charities anyone any ideas
    many thanks

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  20. Anonymousse says:

    BoA overcharged by Small Business Express Line of Credit by not following the prime rate + margin formula as promised by the welcome letter and terms.
    When the prime rate fell between 2008 and 2010 they did not follow the downward trend but instead left the interest high when prime was 8.5%.

    We need to coalition all those who interest rates were overcharged.
    The judge, the jury and the court staff all have pensions invested
    in BoA in one form or another so is it not possible to have them removed
    based on conflict of interest ?

    How many small businesses have been overcharged ?

    The loan officer confirmed by phone that there was a mistake so did he rig the computer to calculate that because he was getting a commission ?

  21. David says:

    Hi Andrew.

    If you know the information, will you do a show (Empire Power and People) on the history of Somalia and how it got to be the way it is today.? If you already did a show will you post the link. Thank you.

  22. Loyal Hoag says:

    First off: Andrew … I am so glad I found your site a couple of months ago. I always look forward to your email notifications. Your voice is an important one to be heard. The information you provide (along with many other truth speakers) is critical to understanding the real story of the unflinching criminal takeover of the world’s governments and peoples. This is not a new story as any realistic, questioning look at history would reveal. The unprecedented advantage we in current times have, however. is the ability to discover and disseminate the truth via communication technology.

    I view this technology as a gift to be cherished. Used appropriately, the world can be changed. The potential access to millions is staggeringly awesome.

    The big trick is energizing a critical mass to open the gift.

  23. Tim Foster says:

    Dear Andrew,

    I have just been reading your article Counterinsurgency, Death Squads and the Population as the Target: Empire Under Obama. I have been reading your work for some time now and always find it insightful. I study international security studies and hope to start a PhD in the subject in the near future. I find the outlook of both the teaching and the academic authors in my subject very limited, with an emphasis on rationalising the behaviour of the US and NATO rather than critically examining it across the whole spectrum of academic disciplines. Therefore, it is very helpful to be able to read your articles and those of other writers at institutes like Global Research which serve to broaden my understanding of these events.

    I thought I would send this extract from the testimony of a US judge who was sent to Iraq to investigate corruption during the occupation. It would seem to support your analysis of the counterinsurgency, particularly with regards to the funding of death squads. You may well already be aware of it but perhaps it may be new to some of the other visitors to your site. ( I hope the formatting is not too messed up)

    Kind regards,

    Tim Foster


    In January of 2007, when a State Department official contacted me about taking the job as director of OAT, I was told that one of the U.S. Embassy’s most important objectives was to reduce the devastating corruption that was destroying Iraq and lengthening this crisis. Corruption in the Iraqi government was robbing the Iraqi people of their right to law and order as well as their access to health care and basic services, such as electricity, water and transportation. The OAT team, each member having had years of experience in Iraq, soon discovered that the Department of State’s actual policies not only contradicted the anti-corruption mission but indirectly contributed to and has allowed corruption to fester at the highest levels of the Iraqi government.
    The embassy effort against corruption, including its new centerpiece, the now defunct Office of Accountability and Transparency — that is OAT — was little more than window-dressing. OAT’s work and the work of its close partners, the Department of Justice’s International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program — that is ICITAP — and the Iraqi Commission for Public Integrity, under the leadership of Judge Radhi Hamza al-Radhi, was ignored and demeaned by the Department of State, the Department of Justice, and the government of Iraq. And this is because the actual policies and performance of the State Department in Iraq are not what they are represented to be.
    The Department of State has negligently, recklessly and sometimes intentionally misled the U.S. Congress, the American people, and the people of Iraq. In a sense, the Department of State has contributed to the killing and maiming of U.S. soldiers; the deaths of thousands of Iraqi civilians; the bolstering of illegal militias, insurgents and Al Qaeda; and the enrichment and empowerment of the thieves that are controlling some of the Iraqi ministries.
    Further, the Department of State’s performance or non-performance has discouraged honest men and women in the Iraqi government. Billions of U.S. and Iraqi dollars have been lost, stolen and wasted. And it is likely that some of that money is financing outlaws and insurgents, including the Mahdi Army.
    And I’ll give you a few examples that substantiate my conclusions. In mid-July 2007,
    OAT received a request from the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, SIGIR, to comment on a draft of SIGIR’s upcoming report on U.S. anti-corruption efforts in Iraq.

    The draft report described the positive development of an entity named the Joint Anti-Corruption Committee, JACC, which consisted of the three Iraqi government watchdog agencies: the BSA, which is similar to the GAO; the CPI, which is similar to the FBI; and the Iraqi IGs [Inspector Generals].

    In OAT’s response to the SIGIR request for comment, we pointed out to SIGIR, among other things, that the only visible activity of the Joint Anti-Corruption Committee, JACC, was to provide a forum for an Iraqi official who wanted Judge Radhi Hamza al-Radhi to be removed from his position as Commissioner of CPI. This Iraqi official sought Judge Radhi’s removal because CPI’s investigators were uncovering billions of dollars of corruption in the ministries, and this was causing political problems for certain Iraqi leaders with close ties to the government of Prime Minister Nouri al- Maliki…

    … A few days later, the OAT team expressed concerns to Chief of Mission Ambassador Crocker about an Iraqi leader who was being investigated for theft and/or misappropriation of up to $1 billion dollars in medical supplies intended for the use of the Iraqi people. The medical supplies were showing up on the black market in Iraq and Syria.

    This leader insisted on accompanying the OAT senior advisor assigned to his agency whenever the advisor met other Iraqi I.G. officials employed in other Iraqi ministries. OAT had evidence that the man was corrupt and dangerous. He had been in the leadership of a ministry that was directly involved in the abduction, torture and murder of hundreds of Sunnis who had sought treatment in Iraqi medical centers. The death squads within the medical centers hunted down Sunnis who had given their names and addresses when admitted for medical care.

    We pointed out to Ambassador Crocker that we were concerned about going along with this leader because in doing so we were lending our credibility to a person with a reputation for dishonesty and violence. I told Crocker that I felt we were bolstering the man’s visibility and position in the Iraqi government at the expense of our credibility…

    … Incredibly, that Iraqi leader is still in power and still receiving the implicit support of the U.S. embassy. In fact, a few months after the OAT discussion with Crocker, the Iraqi leader recognized one of the OAT team members at the embassy. He expressed to the American advisor that he looked forward to the day when Judge Radhi would be sent back to Iraq where “justice would be done.”

    In January and July of 2007, OAT had already issued a comprehensive 80-page report — and its 80-page, not 60, I recall — of its own, describing the level of corruption in the 31 Iraqi ministries….

    The Department of State then retroactively classified the report in an effort to prevent it from being made a subject of public knowledge and discussion. Also, after that inquiry by the House Oversight Committee, all OAT personnel and all other State Department personnel were ordered not to testify at all to the House Committee about corruption within the Iraqi Government…

    … Judge Radhi and his best officers from CPI and their families have paid a heavy price for their steadfast loyalty to the rule of law and the Iraqi people. Thirty-one CPI employees have been murdered, along with 12 of their family members.

  24. Jimmy says:

    i am a 55 year old baby boomer and appreciate your articulation that to many of my generation are oblivious too. Thank you, and keep writing.

  25. Glenn79 says:

    After reading your piece in Information Clearing House I have to say you are the biggest moron that creates fearmongering amongst the people, and calling the U.S. the “Great Satan” when you sit in Canada and not for a moment mention Canada. The U.S. waged a war on terrorism. It is much like the war on drugs, and poverty. Is the U.S. responsible for Boko Haram? You would probably say yes that our Intelligence apparatus does. I am you to go to Syria and come out on the other side. You would have your head cut off for the world to see by a Brit named Jihad John. You say the U.S. is a Global Mafia. Look at what isolationism did in WW I, and II. Americans were killed on their soil for cutting off a commodity to the Japanese. Four days later Germany declared war. Canada involved themselves in these conflicts before the U.S. did. Only one percent of the United States population fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan. You have Islamic thugs taking a religion and hijacking it for themselves, and making up the rules as they go. Does Sharia law They are raping women and turning the two Countries that once fought each other for the Caliph. So the U.S. is bad but allowed to take women in Africa and the Middle East and making them their slaves. If the United States is horrible what are these people? I fought in two wars and promise you what true barbarians look like.

  26. MA OF UNIVERSE says:


    I read your recent article New Eugenics and the Rise of Global Scientific Dictatorship. You are very intelligent and brave I like that. There are so many of us globally like minded who see the recent changes happening at levels not understood by the mass as those who see with the purpose of life really see it. Your article ” Humanity is still very much a mystery to humans, and it would seem likely that the best answers to the questions of ‘how should we live?’ and ‘how should our societies function?’ are best answered with the bigger question of ‘why are we here’?” We need a global debate challenging what purpose Life has to offer US ALL GLOBALLY>.

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