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How to Crush a Bankers’ Dictatorship: A Lesson From 1933
Business
How to Crush a Bankers’ Dictatorship: A Lesson From 1933
November 8, 2019

While everyone knows that the 1929 market crash unleashed four years of hell in America which quickly spread across Europe under the great depression, not many people have realized that this was not inevitable, but rather a controlled blowout.

Nationalism Doesn’t Mean Isolationism: Why Bertrand Russell Is Wrong
October 12, 2019

When a global sociopathic system goes into hyper-drive to destroy President Trump, you should take it very seriously.

Nationalism Doesn’t Mean Isolationism: Why Bertrand Russell Is Wrong
History
Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
History
Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
October 1, 2019

FDR had no illusions about what immense and unnecessary suffering Stalin’s domestic policies produced, but this wasn’t FDR’s business. US national security was.

Who Lost World War II? The West
September 3, 2019

The two wars between 1914 and 1945 may be seen as the Great Civil War of the West, the Thirty Years War of Western Civilization that culminated in the loss of all the Western empires and the ultimate conquest of the West by the liberated peoples of their former colonies.

Who Lost World War II? The West
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To Avoid a Collapse Means Restoring Glass-Steagall (Without the Green New Deal)
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To Avoid a Collapse Means Restoring Glass-Steagall (Without the Green New Deal)
August 7, 2019

With the recent discussion of the collapse of the western system of banking (and neo-liberal ‘post-truth’ values more generally) a serious overview of the post-WWII stripping down of nation states is in order.

The ‘Special Relationship’ Is Collapsing… and That’s a Good Thing
August 1, 2019

Kim Darroch’s return to London is being hailed by many naïve commentators as yet another proof that President Trump is a crazed ego-maniac who cannot take criticism from a seasoned professional diplomat. The reality is that Darroch’s messages to the British Foreign Office go much deeper.

The ‘Special Relationship’ Is Collapsing… and That’s a Good Thing
World
Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
Business
Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
July 27, 2019

Today the world has captured a second chance to revive the “great dream”. In the 21st century, this great dream has taken the form of the New Silk Road, led by Russia and China (and joined by a growing chorus of nations yearning to exit the invisible cage of colonialism).

The Most Successful Presidents Keep to Themselves – Not Twitter
April 28, 2019

Donald Trump shares all but his innermost thoughts with us. Moments of irritation and elation prompt instant tweets, full of execration and exultation, respectively. Not so with Roosevelt, Eisenhower and Reagan. Each of them projected an image of friendliness and cheer. Each seemed to have shared the tastes and gut instincts of ordinary people.

The Most Successful Presidents Keep to Themselves – Not Twitter
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