It has become fashionable to deride Chief White House strategist Steve Bannon
This is a riddle inside an enigma.
Place your bets on who will be the major partner
There you have it, over and over again: Divide and Rule, to counteract the unruly “threats”.
Get ready, because the thick of the action starts now.
Le Pen has performed quite the trick
Sinophobia? Not really; hardcore geopolitics.
The whimpering Obama administration is not over yet
“it is fortunate that Trump has come in as President to wind down this mad house that they call Washington.”
Blaming “whitelash”, racism, WikiLeaks or Russia is no more than childish diversionary tactics.
Hillary has also coined a remixed axis of evil: Russia, Iran and “the Assad regime”
One Belt, One Road (OBOR) or War…
The downing of the Su-24 is just the preamble. Get ready, because 2016 promises an even bigger bang.
Saudi Wahhabism is the ideological matrix of all shades of jihadi operations — Daesh included.
The no-fly zone in Syria already exists. It is run by Russia and Washington is unable to jam it.
We’ve had it coming from the beginning.
“Our country is in serious trouble. We don’t win anymore…” Donald Trump
The Masters of the Universe seem to believe that the “pivot to Asia” won’t work if Iran is not part, as a vassal state, of the imperial design for Southwest Asia.
Central Asia is, at the moment, geographic ground zero for the convergence of the economic urges of China, Russia, and India.
This is it. It is indeed historic.
The democracy Trojan horse now lies, in silence, in the home of austerity. The battle is about to begin.
Obama has been spinning he doesn’t want a “bad deal”.
G1 plus junior partners? Bilderberg? Get a job; you’re not the only show in town, any town.
Americans have to eventually share their preeminent position with China.”
Divide et impera? It’s not working. And it’s bound to fail miserably.
Beijing and Washington are two countries vying to play the commanding role in Asia.
MAD – Mutually Assured Destruction – doctrine over
Think about NATO picking a fight against the constantly evolving, complex Russia-China strategic partnership…
What do the neo-cons propose? A nuclear war on European soil.
It will take time – and troubled times. But Eurasia’s radical face lift is inexorable.