Marvin Marcus — “ Due to the intensifying competition over energy access, international relations have entered what energy scholar Michael Klare calls an ‘international energy order’. In this order, energy access rivals military might as a source of national power. According to Geopolitical theory, global dominance is a function of gaining dominance over the Eurasian landmass, and gaining influence in Central Asia is a key step towards attaining this objective.”
Given the fact, energy access rivals military might — the TAPI pipeline project in Afghanistan is close to…
Looking at the chaotic images of the smoke-filled streets of American cities, it seems obvious that the system of justice in the United States is beyond reproach.
The real questions surrounding how much we spend on our legal system, and what impacts it has on our economy has not yet been born out. What are the social impacts of the American courts on the people?
Of course, it’s easy to judge a system that has made millions homeless and has compromised National Security. However, recent studies have shown…
This is a fictional overview of these events and is simply meant for entertainment and alternate thinking.
I wrote this as the leaves were falling in Moscow, and at the time I couldn’t help but think about Ed Snowden. Many things about this person do not make sense. To start with, he has not really released any information that has any level of classification. The information released was well known and has been made public for years. Much like the Pentagon papers.
What is also clear, NATO intelligence…
To begin with, we can never lose sight of the fact that United States Courts are roughly a 1.2 trillion dollar industry. For these budgets to be sustained the courts need criminals to fill the prisons. Therefore, the courts in the US have an interest in policies that induce societal failure and their policies are to protect themselves as a business.
By: Christopher Maffei
Every empire in history has had a parallel state within a state. There are no exceptions.
To start with, Roman methodologies of the maxim of divide et impera did not die with the Roman Empire in 470. Nor did Roman methodologies end when Constantinople was captured by the Turks in 1453. During the 1000 years between this time, these methods were passed on to the Venetians. They, in turn, passed these intergovernmental ways on to the French, and British. The British passed these methods on to the Americans.
Before we start, we need to come to this understanding — the American justice system has an interest in the failure of American society.
Therefore when dealing with this industry, what people generally don’t understand, It is a consortium of legal business interests before anything else and it does not matter whether you are a judge, prosecutor, defense counsel, legal administrator — law enforcement, or a dammed court reporter.
By: Christopher Maffei
The American courts are now sacrificing their own enforcers. This fact is not lost on law enforcement as an occupation — as local law enforcement attends to basic traffic stops. As cops walk up to car windows, state employees are starting to come to the painful realization they’ve been abandoned by their administrators, and have come to the bitter conclusion every stop could be their last.
This is a continuing series on the threat to US National Security posed by the US Courts.
Looking out onto the landscape of American Foreign Policy is Yang Jiech i. The Central Commissioner for Foreign Affairs in China. Yang’s daughter, Alice Yang, graduated from Yale and he attended the University of Bath.
This background would suggest that Yang would have pro-western sentiments. Nothing could be further from the truth. Yang’s presence at the U.S.-China Summit in Anchorage, Alaska would be a continuation of the ongoing humiliation of the United States in Sino foreign affairs.
In America , both the state and federal deficits are at nightmare proportions. Even a small fraction of this money could easily house and feed the homeless that were made so by quantitative easing. Instead, this flow of money has inflated real estate prices and is responsible for poverty that has never before been seen in American History.
Looking at the images of the putrid squalor on the streets of Los Angeles, it becomes very apparent that this human rights disaster far rivals the Rwandan refugee crisis. At…
This time I was ready! — (but), conversely I was late.
In a semi-jog and with powder skis in hand, the helicopter came into view. I placed my skis into the helicopter’s utility basket, grabbed the air-frame strap, and hopped into the AS-350. Then, strapped on my belt — and closed the door. As I looked at the 3 other passengers they were not amused that I was fashionably late. Europeans, especially those of German descent always needed everything to be perfect.