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,…