Posted by Martin C. Fox on September 13, 2015
Notice the stunted discussion of the origin of the current refugee crisis and non-existent discussion of the end game?
The US policy of democratization via overthrow for governments that fail to do as they are told has torn the Middle East apart. The “we had to destroy the village in order to save it” mentality has sent millions of refugees toward Europe.
Angela Merkel committed Germany to 800,000 refugees. What is her plan to house, feed, clothe and (gainfully) employ these Muslims? Will they become European Germans? Will they be accepted by ethnic Germans? Doubtful.
Multiply this scenario by the number of ethnic European countries under EU pressure to accept refugees. European Christian birth rates are rapidly losing ground to prolific immigrants. Europe and the UK already have more immigrants than they know what to do with, let alone track. Many are relegated to the fringes of society and strain welfare systems. Former French President Sarkozy has said “multiculturalism does not work”. Nationalism is strong everywhere. Europe’s future holds great strife thanks to US.
The single-state Europe the EU honchos crave may well be a Muslim one.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2014
There is change in the air. You can feel it.
When I first heard of China buying our debt I thought-This isn’t supposed to be happening. This is America. What have they got that we don’t?
Cash. China has lots of cash to spend because they print it like US. That is why they are in a manufacturing bubble. Their bubble like ours will certainly burst. But when and how will they react?
The debt buying is an indicator of a power shift. A drop for the US more than a rise in China.
I agree with the opinion that the economic and political power of the West, the US in particular, is shrinking. The failed drug war, the holes in the Middle East which we are digging deeper, finding terrorists under every rock, lately African rocks and other feeble attempts to grab power. Too many failures. Too much scrambling. The US is looking desperate. We are a mess. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 23, 2014
Like a lot of other places, the current Ukraine population evolved from the influx of various peoples. Most are of Slavic heritage. In the 30s and 40s the Russians added some of Poland and Romania to the mix. Not surprisingly they can have their differences. The Western half of the country leans towards the EU and the Eastern half looks to Russia. Ukraine is complex.
Ukraine needs help. The EU offered few hundred million dollars worth of loans and reform demands while Russia offered 15 billion dollars worth loans and discounted oil and gas.
Chaos has since ensued, with our helping hand. Our point person for government overthrow is Victoria Neuland, the FU lady. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 15, 2012
This analysis in The Daily Bell indicates this is the case. I am sure the movers and shakers of the New World Order want a single currency. I don’t think the current opportunity is so much the result of a master plan but a by-product of decades Keynesian thinking. None-the-less the central banksters and central planners are taking advantage of the disaster they have wrought. The end result for all of us may be unwittingly played out by Greece. The Cloward-Piven strategy. A domestic socialist takeover plan on an international scale. Read the rest of this entry »
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