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Visualizing The 4,000 Year History Of Global Power

This stunning infographic was created all the way back in 1931 by a man named John B. Sparks, mapping the ebb and flow of global power going all the way back to 2,000 B.C. on one coherent timeline...

A Europe We Can Believe In

"In this moment, we ask all Europeans to join us in rejecting the utopian fantasy of a multicultural world without borders. We rightly love our homelands, and we seek to hand on to our children every noble thing that we have ourselves received as our patrimony..."

What Will Push Them Over The Edge?

"... the extraordinarily high numbers in favour of greater self-determination demonstrate that virtually all the people in the regions have figured out that Rome is bilking them of their earnings and they’re getting pretty cheesed off."

Where Are Europe's Fault Lines?

Beneath the surface of modern maps, numerous old fault lines still exist. A political earthquake or two might reveal the fractures for all to see.

Why So Many (In The West) Are So Pissed Off

"...hardly anyone on the right or the left realizes just how fleeting the dominance of the West – and the U.S. in particular – has been in the longer sweep of human history..."

What Could Pop The Everything Bubble?

Many observers wonder what, if anything, could pop the everything bubble. This leads to an interesting question: what problems can’t be solved by creating another trillion and buying assets?

Washington Is "The New Rome"

"Washington’s relationship to the rest of America is the same as Rome’s relations with the agrarian and plebeian citizens of its vast domains in late antiquity... Washington is a parasite that sucks the rest of the country dry. "

Globalization Is Poverty: "The Endgame Is Painfully Obvious"

"The world’s central bankers’ club is set to get new leadership soon... but there is no sign that the economic religions they adhere to will be replaced, it’ll be centralization all the way, and if that fails, more centralization...The endgame of that process is painfully obvious way in advance."

The Exit Strategy Of Empire

"Empire imprisons itself in the trap of a perpetual war for peace and stability - which are always its stated goals - yet... the reality is war and instability."

Embrace The Suck: Debt-Serdom and Our Neofuedal Status Quo

"...education will really work - with the result that most men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution... the victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him, the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people. His servitude is strictly objective."

Why Every European Country Has A Trump Or Sanders Candidate

As Europe since the end of World War II has slipped ever more securely into the orbit of American military and economic power, it is only to be expected that the Atlantic Community will be increasingly homogeneous..."America is here already. We have our millionaires and people are dying of hunger."