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- What would happen if Donald Trump became Australian Prime Minister By Robert Gottliebsen, The Australian, 20 January 2017
- Three Factions of the CIA that Control the World By the Anonymous Patriots, The Millennium Report Exclusive, 17 January 2017
- The Islamization Of Britain In 2016 By Soeren Kern, The Gatestone Institute, 11 January 2017
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What would happen if Donald Trump became Australian Prime Minister?
What would happen if Donald Trump became Australian Prime Minister By Robert Gottliebsen, The Australian, 20 January 2017
What would happen to Australia if we elected a party headed by Donald Trump to government and Donald Trump became our prime minister?
I am going to going to transpose some of the US policies being advocated by Donald Trump to the Australian scene to illustrate what a profound change that would make to our nation.
The purpose of such an exercise is not to advocate such courses of action (I agree with some of the Trumpism style policies but strongly disagree with others) but rather to underline just what a fundamental change he plans for America.
Our first real indication of how far he will try to go, and at what pace, will be his inauguration speech. If he gives one of those speeches that make everyone feel good but says nothing then I think we can assume the pace of change will be much slower than markets have been anticipating.
On the other hand if he comes out fighting for his agenda then the Trump express will have left the platform full steam ahead. But that still does not mean he will be able to achieve rapid change.
Whichever approach he takes at inauguration, it will be a world-changing event. That’s why I will set my alarm for around 3.30am (AEDT) tomorrow so I don’t miss a moment of this historic event. You can join me or do the more sensible thing and record it.
I don’t want to give myself a time deadline but I will give you my interpretation of events as soon as I can.
Certainly by 7am I will be well finished writing and will be joining my grandchildren for breakfast. What Trump is doing in the US (good or bad) is likely to be very important for them and their parents.
I invite you to make suggestions today about what you are looking for at the Trump inauguration and I will check your remarks before turning in tonight. They will be helpful in framing my comments tomorrow morning.
And then of course tomorrow I will invite you to contribute your interpretation of the inauguration speech. Without restricting you I would like to stay away from the obvious character flaws in the new president, not because they are unimportant, but I want to concentrate on policies.
And what do I think he will do? When in doubt I always look at what the markets are telling us and last night, after falling for some days, the US 10-year bond yield rose sharply as prices crashed. That signals the markets are expecting Trump will go full steam ahead with Janet Yellen at the Federal Reserve raising interest rates at a faster pace than most expected.
So here are 10 actions Donald Trump would take in Australia if he were prime minister.
* Curb migration and expel or send to Nauru Muslim migrants threatening terror attacks or acts of violence. (I mention that first because that’s his most controversial action and Americans took it on board).
* Stop artificially starving Australia of gas and coal energy so that power prices are reduced for consumers and industry. Pipelines to the Northern Territory and Bowen Basin would be urgent projects. To kick-start exploration, he would begin by rewarding farmers where gas was discovered on their land, which is really easy to do despite the constitution. State governments which want higher power prices and set about inflicting the burden on their people will not find life pleasant.
* End the chronic duplication between the states and Commonwealth in health and education, which is bloating costs by untold billions.
* The huge waste savings would allow big tax cuts to stimulate the economy and match the US. He would not tell local investors that they would also bear much of the costs via lower franking rebates.
* Make independent contracting easier to arrange and allow them to access the lower corporate tax rate.
* Pick out 10 depressed areas of Australia and earmark them for industrial expansion. Kickstart this drive by taking up the German submarine offer to use the project to kick start digital manufacturing. And we get the submarines quicker and save up to $30 billion.
* Put a 35 per cent tariff on all cars and require Ford, General Motors and Toyota to revise their plans and/or give their plants to other world motor makers who will use them. Digital manufacturing makes Australian competitive again.
* Stop Commonwealth public servants holding back state infrastructure— infrastructure, health and education would be Commonwealth swamps that would be drained. Free medicine would disappear and users would pay more of the cost.
* Adopt a fast train project between Melbourne and Brisbane via Sydney so that people could live out of the cities and commute quickly. The big rise in regional property would help fund the project as would abandoning a second Sydney airport which would be made redundant by the train.
* Convince the US to make sensible decisions on the Joint Strike Fighter and the F22. My readers know what I mean. That’s the one policy I unreservedly agree with.
I could keep going but I think you have got the message of how revolutionary Trump policies are. See you tomorrow morning and suggest you also have breakfast with your children or grandchildren.
Three Factions of the CIA that Control the World
Every American is a target in the CIA’s domestic espionage war whether they know it or not. The bullets are digital and only a key stroke away from being fired at you.
This is clearly evidenced in the current internal conflicts of the 17 federal intelligence agencies that have arisen from the new Russian “Trump blackmail” scandal and the DNC hacking scandal that was an attempt to derail the presidential election. These scandals happen again and again and involve warring federal agencies who are theoretically supposed to be protecting Americans. Instead, there is open warfare between the three different factions of the CIA and their enemies who are considered the “lesser agencies”: the NSA, FBI, Homeland Security, National Intelligence Agency, and the other redundant twelve U.S. intelligence agencies. Even the mainstream media, with all of its state sponsored legal propaganda, admits that this conflict is going on.
What is the Central Intelligence Agency?
The CIA overrides all other intelligence agencies because it can always pull the “international security” card from its sleeve and trump the lesser agencies which only have the lower priority “national security.” Presidential executive orders can be top secret and can be kept from agencies not responsible for their enforcement. So if the president conducts “international” top-secret business, he can exclude U.S. intelligence agencies from this top secret intel because they only have lower national security clearance. Essentially, the president of the United States currently conducts “international” warfare without the U.S. Congress, Supreme Court, or U.S. citizens even knowing those wars exist. The president can also wage all types of war secretly within U.S. borders because Obama changed the National Defense Authorization Act, with congressional approval, to give him those powers. Other extraordinary presidential powers have been consolidated through numerous executive orders in the last eight years.
The president now holds more power than ever and these powers are unconstitutional, illegal, and unethical. If you read the executive orders that are made available on the National Registry you will see that Obama has been conducting secret warfare on foreign countries and individuals both outside of and inside America. It is scary enough to know that under the auspices of “national security,” the president can seize all assets in America under these new powers. But scarier than this is that the CIA can still trump the president under the auspices of “international security.”
KEY POINT: The CIA has positioned itself to be a higher authority than Congress, the President, or We the People and can act in secrecy in all of its affairs.
The power of the CIA was demonstrated with the recent scandal of “fake news” about President-elect Trump being blackmailed by Russia. The fake dossier of “evidence” was brought into this country from Britain through the CIA. When U.S. intelligence agencies, the other 16 besides the CIA, tried to figure out the fake news/CIA propaganda they fell flat on their faces, as usual. The CIA tried to start a “smear campaign” against Trump. James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, apparently couldn’t see through the ruse and agreed with the CIA’s assessment. So a citizen is lead to the conclusion that either all of our intelligence agencies are lacking in capacity and intelligence capabilities OR they are kowtowing to Clapper and/or the CIA.
When Reagan started the position of Director of National Intelligence (DNI) with executive order 12333 in 1981, it was essentially an overthrow of the existing National Security Agency (NSA) which had always been a military organization run by a high-ranking officer. The DNI’s principle job is defined as overseeing the CIA and by doing so, the DNI is actually the head of all other intelligence agencies. But note, the DNI only “oversees” the CIA, it does not “control” the CIA.
Read the full 12 page article at Three Factions of the CIA that Control the World
The Islamization Of Britain In 2016
The Islamization Of Britain In 2016 By Soeren Kern, The Gatestone Institute, 11 January
Editor’s note: the text below includes on the event from January 2016. Click on the full PDF article to read the events from February to December.
- Sharia courts administering Islamic justice in Britain are run by clerics who believe some offenders should have their hands chopped off, according to Muslim scholar Elham Manea. She described the prevailing attitude as “totalitarian” and as more backward than some parts of Pakistan.
- Teaching children fundamental British values is an act of “cultural supremacism,”according to the National Union of Teachers, which wants to replace the concept with one that includes “international rights.”
- More than 100,000 British Muslims sympathize with suicide bombers and people who commit other terrorist acts, according to a 615-page survey. Only one in three British Muslims (34%) would contact the police if they believed that somebody close to them had become involved with radical Islam.In addition, 23% of British Muslims said Islamic Sharia law should replace British law in areas with large Muslim populations.
- Belmarsh maximum-security prison in London has become “like a jihadi training camp,” according to testimony from a former inmate. The government was accused of burying a report on prison extremism. The report warned that staff have been reluctant to tackle Islamist behavior for fear of being labelled “racist.”
- Residents in Manchester received leaflets in their mailboxes, from a Muslim group called “Public Purity,” calling for a public ban on dogs.
- Voter fraud has been deliberately overlooked in Muslim communities because of “political correctness,”according to a government report.
- Police in Telford — dubbed the child sex capital of Britain — were accused of covering up allegations that hundreds of children in the town were sexually exploitedby Pakistani sex gangs.
The Muslim population of Britain surpassed 3.5 million in 2016 to become around 5.5% of the overall population of 64 million, according to figures extrapolated from a recent study on the growth of the Muslim population in Europe. In real terms, Britain has the third-largest Muslim population in the European Union, after France, then Germany.
The growth of Britain’s Muslim population can be attributed to immigration, high birth rates and conversions to Islam.
Islam and Islam-related issues, omnipresent in Britain during 2016, can be categorized into five broad themes: 1) Islamic extremism and the security implications of British jihadists in Syria and Iraq; 2) the continuing spread of Islamic Sharia law in Britain; 3) the sexual exploitation of British children by Muslim gangs; 4) Muslim integration into British society; and 5) the failures of British multiculturalism.
January 3. A jihadist with a London accent appeared in an Islamic State propaganda video after the group executed five men accused of spying for the UK. The masked gunman warned Prime Minister David Cameron that the West could never defeat the Islamic State. The video also showed a young boy, aged around four and with a British accent, threatening to kill non-Muslims.
January 4. British officials traveled to Sudan to stanch the flow of UK-born medics joining the Islamic State. More than a dozen British doctors studying at Sudan’s University of Medical Sciences and Technology (UMST) have joined the Islamic State to treat jihadists in Syria. Parents said they had sent their children to study in Sudan to reconnect them with their African and Islamic roots before returning to practice medicine in Britain.
January 4. The Jamiatul Ummah School in Tower Hamlets, East London, failed an inspection when investigators from Ofsted, the official agency that regulates British schools, found extremist material in its library, including books that call for stoning women.
January 5. Pastor James McConnell, a 78-year-old pastor from Belfast, was cleared of charges that he violated the Communications Act 2003 when, in a sermon broadcast on the internet, he described Islam as “heathen,” “Satanic” and “a doctrine spawned in hell.” Judge Liam McNally said: “The courts need to be very careful not to criticize speech which, however contemptible, is no more than offensive. It is not the task of the criminal law to censor offensive utterances.”
January 6. A man and a woman were arrested on suspicion of terrorism after attempting to board a UK-bound flight with fake Belgian passports. The pair, understood to be brother and sister, were arrested at Cristoforo Colombo Airport in Genoa, Italy, while trying to board the flight. Fears were raised that the pair, who claimed to be Syrian refugees, might be jihadis after police found violent images on their smartphones.
January 6. A House of Commons briefing paper on polygamy revealed that recent reforms to the social security system would allow migrants in polygamous marriages to claim additional benefits payments. Although polygamy is illegal in Britain, some 300,000 people are believed to be living in such unions in the country.
January 6. The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), which represents examination boards in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, reached an agreement with Muslim groups to reschedule crucial exams during the next three years to avoid clashing with Ramadan, when observant Muslim pupils would be expected to fast.
January 8. A Muslim woman who claimed she was assaulted in downtown Birmingham for wearing a hijab days after the Paris attacks was fined after video footage proved she fabricated her story.
January 8. Islamic extremists were allowed to tour British universities unchallenged, even though universities and colleges are legally required to prevent extremists radicalizing students on campus, according to the Daily Mail.
January 9. The Criminal Cases Review Commission, an official government body, was found to be helping asylum seekers overturn their convictions for illegal entry to Britain in order to allow them to receive refugee status and remain in the UK. MPs said the practice could “undermine deterrence” and lead to thousands more illegal arrivals.
January 15. London Police released video footage of a hijab-clad woman who tried to stab a 15-year-old boy on a bus in Lambeth.
January 16. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond revealed that some 1,500 Britons tried to join the Islamic State since 2012. An estimated 800 people, mostly jihadists and family members, successfully entered Syria; roughly half are still there. Another 600 were stopped, either as they tried to leave Britain, or after arriving in Turkey.
January 18. Prime Minister David Cameron announced a plan to invest £20 million (€33 million; $28 million) in English classes for Muslim women to reduce the risk of extremism. He said migrants to Britain who cannot pass an English test within 2-1/2 years of arriving may not be allowed to stay. British Muslim groups accused Cameron of demonizing their communities.
January 19. Muhammad Shamsuddin, a 39-year-old London-based Islamist, was featured in a new documentary called “The Jihadis Next Door.” Shamsuddin, a divorced father of five who lives on state handouts and claims he cannot work because he has “chronic fatigue syndrome,” was filmed preaching hate against non-Muslims on British streets.
January 19. The government launched a new website, “Educate against Hate,” aimed at helping schools and parents to tackle the “spell of twisted ideologies.”
January 22. The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, called on British clergymen to grow beards to reach out to Muslims in their areas.
January 24. Behar Kasemi, a 42-year-old refugee from Kosovo, was jailed for four weeks after he threatened to cut out his wife’s heart because she had become “too English.” He told police: “In my country it is for the women to obey their husbands and look after the children.”
January 25. One in five prisoners in Britain’s top-security prisons are Muslim. The eight Category A prisons contain 5,885 highly dangerous inmates and 1,229 — 20.8% — are Muslim. By comparison, 5.5% of the overall UK population is Muslim.
January 25. The Royal Air Force foiled a jihadist plot by two commercial airline pilots to bomb four British cities. The pilots, who were leaving Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport for a Middle Eastern country, were heard discussing attacks on London, Bath, Brighton and Ipswich. They were using the emergency “Mayday” channel in the belief they were not being monitored.
January 29. A judge in New York sentenced Mahdi Hashi, a 26-year-old Somali-born British citizen, to nine years in prison for joining al-Shabaab, a jihadist group based in East Africa. Hashi, who grew up in London, first came to Britain as a six-year-old when his family fled the civil war in Somalia. His British citizenship was revoked in July 2012 due to his “extremist activities.” He was later deported to the United States.
January 29. Ibrahim Anderson, 38, a convert to Islam, and Shah Jahan Khan, 63, were sentenced to a total of five years in prison for promoting the Islamic State on London’s Oxford Street.
January 30. Three Somalis who gang-raped a 16-year-old girl after luring her into a hotel bathroom in Manchester were sentenced to a total of 29 years in prison. The men, who showed no remorse for their actions, were said to be living according to the laws of Somalia, not Britain.
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- 42 ADMITTED false flag attacks By WashingtonsBlog, 12 Feb 2015
- Obama administration supports Muslim terrorists By Jerome Corsi, 11 Feb 2015
- Obama’s plan to regulate the internet sounds Orwellian By Chriss Street, 10 Feb 2015
- Obama Yawns at Evil By Mark Steyn. 7 Feb 2015
- Scientists losing credibility By Jo Nova, 5 Feb 2015
- The Chinese economy, dangers ahead By Craig Stephen, Market Watch, 4 Feb 2015
- UN plans New World Order via climate change From United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe, Tuesday 03 Feb 2015
- The end of the American dream By Michael Snyder, from Zerohedge, 1 Feb 2015
- The only thing necessary for evil to triumph By Paul Rosenberg, Jan 30, 2015
- Ron Paul, failures of the Fed and fiat currencies By Ron Paul , 29 Jan 2015.
- British Greens are even nuttier than ours By Hal GP Colebatch, The Australian, 28 Jan.
- Understanding the Greek mess By Greg Canavan, The Daily Reckoning, 27 Jan 2015
- How President Woodrow Wilson ruined the Western World – By David Stockman, Contra Corner blog, 26 January 2015
- Shock Waves from Zurich … By Henry Ergas, The Australian, 19 January 2015.
- The Digital Arms Race….By Jacob Appelbaum et al, Spiegel Online, 18 Jan 2015.
- The party’s (nearly) over By Vern Gowdie, the Daily Reckoning, 16 Jan 2015.
- My predictions for 2015…By Ron Paul, Ron Paul Institute. 14 Jan 2015.
- Restore the right to offend……By Brendan O’Neill, The Australian, 10 January 2015.
- An evolutionary disaster in Africa……By Kevin Myers, Irish Sunday Times, 11 Jan 2015.
- Je Suis Charlie …. By Ayaan Hirsi Ali, The Australian, 10 January 2015.
- The Left’s Unholy Alliance with Islam. By Frank Pledge, Quadrant Online, 8 January 2015.
- With Nero in the (US) house we should be worried By Maurice Newman, The Australian, 7 Jan 2014.
- Russia’s startling proposal – EU invited to join EEU…….From Zerohedge, 5 January 2015.
- Predicting a bear or bull market for 2015 ….By Vern Gowdie, Daily Reckoning, 5 January 2015.
- The EU’s Keynesian fallacies ….By Patrick Barron via Mises Canada, 4 January 2015.
- And now for the good news from 2014….By Brendan O’Neill, Spiked. 3 Jan 2015.
- Beware red tape.…. By John Lloyd, The Australian, 2 January 2015.
- Australia’s anti-military …A reader’s comment in Quadrant Online. 1 January 2015.
- No contraception, no dole ….By Gary Johns, The Australian, 30 December 2014.
- Japan’s economy is crashing …..From Zerohedge, 27 December 2014.
- Are some diets “mass murder” …. By Richard Smith. 25 Dec 2014.
- Old world industrial relations still rule in Australia …. By Michael Angwin. The Australian. 24 Dec 2014.
- The Dominant Life Form in the Cosmos By Maddie Stone, Motherboard. 22 Dec 2014.
- Islam’s predicament with modernity ….By Alan Johnson, The Telegraph. 19 Dec 2014.
- Climate ‘experts’ keep getting it wrong ….By Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun, 18 Dec 2014.
- Murder in Martin Place – Islamism denialism avoids reality …By Chris Kenny, The Australian. 17 Dec 2014.
- Tide turns on sea-level alarmists …By Professor Bob Carter, 12 Dec 2014.
- The dumbing-down of Australia’s universities By Nick Cater, The Australian, 9 Dec 2014.
- Ron Paul warns reckless congress just ‘declared war’ on Russia Zerohedge 6 Dec 2014.
- The world’s biggest organised crime syndicate … From Zerohedge, BCG report, 4 December 2014.
- Painful truth in black and white … By Janet Albrechtsen, The Australian. 3 December 20141.
- No to No Platform – in defence of unpopular ideas By Tom Slater, spiked. 29 Nov 2014.
- Seven reasons to explain Vladimir Putin’s popularity cult … By Tom Parfitt, Moscow, The Telegraph, 28 November 2014.
- Barack Obama’s irresponsible behaviour .. Greg Sheridan, The Australian, 27 November 2014.
- Needed, accurate climate forecasts… Guest essay by Paul Driessen and David R. Legates, From Anthony Watts website, wattsupwiththat.com. 25 November 2014.
- Barack Obama’s green smoke and mirrors .. By Henry Ergas, The Australian, 24 November 2014.
- Obamacare backfires on the Democrat’s technocracy.. By Daniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal, 22 November 2014.
- Censorious Oxford students deny moral judgement .. By Brendan O’Neill, Editor Spiked. 22 November 2014.
- Shiny pants don’t need a pay rise.By Nick Cater, The Australian, 18 November 2014.
- Barack Obama’s loss on the cards in Chinese poker By Maurice Newman, The Australian, 17 November 2014.
- Why the Right is left right out. ….By Nick Cater, The Australian, 11 November 2014.
- Putin demonized for thwarting neocon plan for global domination … Neil Clark, Russia Today, 8 November 2014.
- Federal Reserve Counterfeiting Approaches 100% Jeff Nielson, Zerohedge.
- The trouble with mass delusions … Paul Singer’s Elliott Management letter to investors, 6 November 2014.
- How algorithms are changing the world .. By Alan Kohler, The Australian, 5 November 2014.
- A dangerous contagion spreads … Editorial, The Australian, 3 November 2014.
- Losing my religion to Islamic radicals and Western progressives By Aly Salem, The Wall Street Journal, 29 Oct 2014.
- Billionaires Club fund ‘Green Blob’ Climate Works By Joanne Nova, 28 Oct 2014.
- Time to Put Warmists Under Oath …. By Walter Starck, Marine Biologist, from Quadrant Online, 27 October 2014.
- Hounded by moral crusaders of the new inquisition … By Brendan O’Neill, Editor of Spiked in London. 26 October 2014.
- We must resist censorship of every kind… By Lachlan Murdoch, The Australian, 24 October 2014.
- Patriotism is dying, 24 October 2014 By Tanveer Ahmed, The Australian, 24 October 2014.
- How to start a war and lose an empire, 22 October 2014 .. By Dmitry Orlov, 22 October 2014.
- ‘The Right Choice’ is an Orwellian oxymoron, 18 October 2014.. By Brendan O’Neill, editor of spiked.
- In Search of Moderate Muslims, 13 October 2014 … By Peter Smith, Quadrant Online, 13 October 2014.
- The West’s moral vacuum, 11 October 2014 By Brendan O’Neill, Editor of spiked.
- US property rights RIP, 9 October 2014 by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog.
- Politicians and radicals are addicted to the politics of fear, 4 October 2014 By Brendan O’Neil, Editor Spiked.
- Václav Klaus reflects on EU failures, 2 October 2014 by Neil Clark, The Spectator.
- Climate protesters ‘demand a world that doesn’t work’ 24 September 2014 Washington Examiner.
- ISIS, a monster made by moralists from the West, 16 August 2014 By Brendan O’Neill, editor Spiked.
- Peter Schiff and Doug Casey on the REAL state of the US economy, 31 July 2014
- Hostages to a renewable whine, 29 August 2014 By Nick Cater, The Australian.
- China outsourcing to Africa for cheaper labour, 25 July 2014 .. Zero Hedge.
- Israel faces a biased barrage, 17 July 2014 . By Brendan O’Neill, Editor of Spiked.
- Casino Capitalism, 16 July 2014 .. By Pepe Escobar, Zerohedge.
- Rape and pillage by the IMF, 15 July 2014 By Luke Eastwood of LukeEastwood.com.
- Civil unrest in the UK, 140714 By Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics.
- Inane, insane and fit to be ignored left wing pronouncements 13 July 2014.By Peter Smith, Quadrant Online.
- Climate change explained – by a church leader, 080714 by Tim Blair, The Telegraph.
- The Rage of the Climate Central Planners, 6 July 2014 . By Jeffery Tucker.
- Our politics is in crisis, the community deep in denial, 5 July 2014 .. Editorial from: The Australian.
- Politics in crisis and a nation in denial, 2 July 2014 .. By Paul Kelly, Editor-At-Large, The Australian.
- The battle, freedom of the press v the elitists, 28 June 2014 .. By Mick Hume,Spiked’s editor-at-large.
- Moderate Muslims and Mad Mullahs, 25 June 2014 .. By Peter Smith, Quadrant Online, 25 June 2014.
- UKIP will rock cultural elite, 24 June 2014 .. By Nick Cater from The Australian.
- How A Country Dies, 23 June 2014 .. Zerohedge.
- Iraq, there is no Western solution, and never was one, 21 June 2014 .. By Brendan O’Neill, Editor of spiked.
- Anti-free speech laws are an abomination, 19 June 2014 .. Published in Quadrant Online, by John Izzard.
- The Tactical Myth of Palestinian Identity, 8 June 2014 .. By Brian Wimbourne, Quadrant Online.
- Paternalism a public-free zone, 4 June 2014 .. By: Janet Albrechtsen, The Australian.
- MOBILISING the masses, 3 June 2014 .. By Nick Cater From: The Australian.
- Chinese data, read the tealeaves carefully, 1 June 2014 .. by Worth Wray (Houston, TX), Mauldin Economics.
- Atlas shrugged in Detroit – they voted with their feet. 29 May 2014 By Donald Grove, The Casey Report.
- UNDERSTANDING WELFARE DEPENDENCY, 28 May 2014 By Dr Muriel Newman.
- ‘Environmentalism has become a religion’, 250514. An interview with Patrick Moore, a founder of Greenpeace.
- Nigel Farage and the Fury of the Elites, 24 May 2014 by Brendan O’Neill is editor of spiked.
- How ‘the anointed’ fight the free marketby David Hay, Chief Investment Officer at Evergreen Capital Management, Mauldin Economics newsletter.
- Collapse of the International Monetary System and Petrodollar, Part II, 22 May, 2014 by Nick Giambruno, Doug Casey’s International Man Communique.
- Big Green’s Untold Billions, 180514. By Ron Arnold.
- The Collapse of Complex Societies, 14 May 2014 Nick Giambruno, Senior Editor, Doug Casey’s InternationalMan.com
- The Collapse of Complex Societies, 14 May 2014 by John Rofe, 14 May 2014.
- Self-regenerating plastics, 11 May 2014 by David Szondy, University of Illinois.
- The Establishment v the British public, 11 May 2014 Frank Furedi.
- Superannuation has failed, 10 May 2014 . Nick Hubble The Daily Reckoning Australia.
- New report urges cost-effective adaptation to sea level changes, 7 May 2014 . Bob Carter, Dr Willem de Lange.
- Why has the USA become a police state – 6 May 20141…y Jeff Thomas, Doug Casey’s International Man.
- The future of brain implants 3 May 2014 .. by Gary Marcus and Christof Koch, The Wall Street Journal.
- The Social Tipping Point 29 April 2014 by Jeff Thomas, Doug Casey’s International Man.
- Enterprice bargaining not necessary 28 April 2014 By Grace Collier, Australian.
- Made-to-Order Life Forms 25 April 2014.. By Chris Wood, Casey Daily Despatch.
- Benghazi fiasco, ‘Some look at it as treason,’ 24 April 2014 by David Martosko.
- Upholding the rule of law is crucial to democracy, 23 April 2014. By Dr Muriel Newman, New Zealand Centre for Political Research.
- Is the US imitating Rome’s ‘Rise and Fall’, 21 April 2014 By Jeff Thomas, Doug Casey’s ‘International Man’
- Climate change, medieval tactics to silence debate, 21 April 2014. ..By Brendan O’Neill, Editor of spiked