Nationalism

A Post Western World? A Disturbing Interview With Prof. Harry Redner

The political and economic issues broadly discussed in the media usually revolve around political cycles, terrorism, foreign policy, rising debt levels, sluggish economic performance, academic underachievement, environmental problems, ageing demographics and so forth.  In our view, this all ties into a major cycle of history that has been with us for some time, and which has been gaining traction since the 1990s: the end of "Western Civilization" and the transition towards a globalized society.

Is The Party Over For Bushism?

America crossed a historic divide and entered a new era. Even should Trump lose, there is likely no going back.

Which Countries Have The Most Immigrants?

Immigration is now at the center of American and British politics. Trump and Farage see immigration as an existential threat. But do the United Kingdom and the United States have especially large foreign-born populations? Is the number of foreign-born residents in those countries rising at rates faster than in other countries? And how is the composition of the foreign-born population changing?

The Reasons Why The Globalists Are Destined To Lose

This is what the elites fear most: the possibility that despite all their efforts of surveillance and manipulation, individuals and groups may one day be struck by an unpredictable urge to pick up a rifle and put the the globalists out of everyone’s misery. No chatter, no electronic trail, no warning. This is why they are destined to lose. They can never know all the unknowns. They can never control all the free radicals. There will always be rebellion. There will always be a liberty movement.

The Four Things That Keep Citi Clients Up At Night

The investment community remains in a quandary as the S&P 500 hits new highs alongside fund managers struggling with portfolio performance. Three questions tend to be uppermost in their minds – 1) can “defensives” keep rallying, 2) how can investors be “bearish” if the S&P 500 touches record levels and 3) what if Trump wins? An added concern - or perhaps hope - is whether there a possibility of even higher P/E ratios if US bond yields are suppressed by negative yields elsewhere?

10 Years (Or Less): Orwell's Vision Coming True

“...it seems it has happened - UK out!!!  In my opinion, the most important long-term consequence of all this is that the exit will take Europe away from the anglo-saxons, meaning from the USA. It’s not the independence of Britain from Europe, but the independence of Europe from the USA.  And it’s not long until a united Eurasia - about 10 years.”

A Precarious State

The global political/economic state feels precarious for a good reason: it is precarious.

Brexit & The Arrogant Infallibility Of "Experts"

"Under the relentless thrust of accelerating over-population and increasing over-organization, and by means of ever more effective methods of mind-manipulation, the democracies will change their nature; the quaint old forms - elections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the rest - will remain. The underlying substance will be a new kind of non-violent totalitarianism."

The Invisible Hand Of The Disogranized Masses

The comments this week coming from the so-called elite referencing the ignorant masses have manufactured an aggressive response. Turning entire populations towards revolution takes years of socioeconomic conditioning and the application of downward pressure on civil liberties while also drawing attention to that downward pressure. The disorganized masses through the ultimate expression of self-interest, Adam Smith's 'invisible hand', will inevitably rise up and overthrow those they perceive as being the cause of the problem. The French population was guided by this invisible hand as the people expressed their self-interest through anger at the French monarchy in 1789.

Brexit Aftermath - Here's What Will Happen Next

The great weakness among economic analysts and many independent analysts is their refusal to examine the long game of the elites. The Brexit is part of a globalist long game that is designed to finally and completely demonize sovereignty movements. Think about it for a moment — what better way to remove the only obstacle in their path? The globalists create an economic crisis and then foster conditions by which their primary opponents (liberty activists) get BLAMED for it.  They then swoop in as the heroes of their little cinema after the damage is already done and offer their solution: complete globalization.  With enough people destitute from a global financial calamity, they may very well be begging the elites for help.