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Tom Luongo

Tom Luongo is an independent political and economic analyst based in North Florida, USA

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May 17, 2019
From False Hope to False Flags, Trump Sets the Stage for Global War

At this point Trump is fighting a war with everyone not named Israel and Saudi Arabia. Even allies are not to be spared Trump’s wrath for all of their slights against his beloved United States.

May 12, 2019
Trump’s Trade War is Already Over

As Trump sabotages global trade and unleashes chaos worldwide the dollar will rise, not fall, as a mad scramble for dollars to pay debts will accelerate.

May 1, 2019
Venezuela is a Dark Mirror Into Populism’s Soul

The Trump revolution died when he capitulated on sending troops to Afghanistan. He didn’t have the strength to stand up to them then and he’s now their biggest used-empire salesman.

April 25, 2019
Poroshenko Out, Zelensky In. Will Things Change in Ukraine?

The incalculable damage that’s been done to the region for cynical geopolitical goals can never be undone but it can stop.

April 19, 2019
Middle East Resistance Is Stiffening

The axis of resistance, despite all the little moves, is winning the war of attrition. The US’s maximum pressure policy has a finite lifespan because leverage like all things economic has a time function attached to it.

April 10, 2019
Salvini Is Positioning Italy for Confrontation

First, Salvini goes into the European Parliament to disrupt proceedings and further undermine Angela Merkel’s powerbase. Second, he and Di Maio take that success back to Rome and use that to engage real EU reform of the financial system.

April 5, 2019
The EU Is Tearing the UK Apart Over Brexit

The United Kingdom may not survive Brexit in its current form. But many who are pushing for disunion, the Scots, may find themselves surprised when they themselves have to face their voters.

March 27, 2019
Globalism’s Last Disgrace: The Army vs. the Yellow Vests

The real fear for Macron is not a violent demonstration that ends with protestors shot and killed. No, the real fear is the protests that are peaceful.

March 20, 2019
Crimea: The Geopolitical Jewel Russia Continues to Polish

Crimea is now permanently Russia’s. And every bit of infrastructure Russia builds there ties the two further together and weakens any bonds Crimea had with Ukraine.

March 16, 2019
May and Merkel Fiddle While Their Unions Burn

The wave of nationalist political fervor racing across the continent is a consequence of trying to form a political and fiscal union that far exceeds the original mandate sold to voters when they joined.

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