The Rise and Fall of General Electric

Founded in 1892 by Thomas Edison with the backing of J.P. Morgan, General Electric has been a stalwart of American business for most of its history. Sprawling over a multitude of industrial divisions, including electric turbines, jet engines, locomotives and medical devices, the conglomerate outperformed its rivals in the 1980s and 90s by a wide…

The Way Life Should Be – The Globalists Demographic War on America

Ever since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1990 and Francis Fukuyama declaring the ‘End of History’ with the ascendancy of the ‘Washington Consensus’, America has led the charge of globalization as a means of expanding and solidifying its empire. In theory, this means the general ‘liberalization’ of political systems, favoring democracies over authoritarian…

Citizen Kane – After Dark

Hailed by many as the greatest American movie ever made, Orson Welles’ debut film is a technical and artistic triumph, showcasing his acting ability and creative vision. As a commentary on great wealth and media power as a vehicle to high society, but not to close relationships, ‘Citizen Kane’ set the standard and remains a…

Weeks of Rage – The Riots of 2020

In E. Michael Jones’ seminal work ‘Slaughter of Cities’ on the decline of ethnic-American urban neighborhoods in the 1960s and 70s, he notes the coordinated attempt by the elites and social engineers to destabilize individual races and form deracinated, relatively homogeneous black urban ghettos and white suburbs. The legacy of this phenomenon has not abated,…

Tibet – Into the Air

Nestled in the highest mountain region in the world, separated by treacherous passages, boundless desert and locked between the world’s two most populous nations, Tibet is home to an ancient people and a religion that transcends much of modernity. Maintaining this position has required a multitude of strategies over the centuries, including alliances ranging from…

Hoaxed – Everything They Told Us Was a Lie

If people once held a sense that the newspapers, television and radio outlets of yesteryear possessed a touch of political bias, but made an honest attempt at focusing on reporting the facts, the campaign and election of Donald J. Trump in 2016 threw the modern day equivalent of that belief into almost indisputable doubt. The…

US Special Forces – Counter Insurgency

The popular conception of the special forces solider parachuting in behind enemy lines and single-handedly taking on entire divisions under extreme duress is one promoted by Hollywood and tacitly endorsed by the Pentagon. Given some of the more successful missions such as in Panama and the more infamous ones such as Desert One, this reputation…

Food – It’s What’s for Dinner

In the midst of all the Corona confusion, with restaurants closed and supermarkets crowded with mask-wearing cart-pushers, we thought it timely to do a brief around the campfire chat about what we can all agree on: most people don’t know how to cook. As with most things in life, however, things change, and just as…

Barbarism vs. Civilization – James LaFond

It’s been a few months since we last spoke with James LaFond, but in the mean time the world has gone from civilized to ??? seemingly overnight, and James has re-emerged from his time spent out West writing and training to return to the Imperial auspices of the East Coast to connect with old friends…

Terror – Enemy of the People

In Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first inaugural address as President of the United States in 1933, he famously proclaimed the ‘only thing we have to fear is fear itself.’ Stated in the depths of the Great Depression, the United States would soon undergo a great transformation that increased the role of the Federal Government in the…

John McAfee – Uncharted Waters

Made famous for creating the first and most successful anti-virus software company in the 1980s and later for his sometimes extravagant and always unique lifestyle, John McAfee, outspoken critic of over-reaching government and current developer and evangelist of decentralized blockchain technologies and privacy coins joins us today to give us an update on where he…

The Grand Chessboard – Zbigniew Brzezinski

In the world of geopolitical strategy, the number of so called experts or analysts is too innumerable to count. But in the rarified world of actual foreign policy decision making and influence, the list drastically shortens to only a few names. Although not as famous as rival Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski’s term as chief foreign…