Strategic Culture

2020 Nov 29 - 11:55pm
Paul STREET Routinely described by its “leaders” as “the greatest country in the world” (hereafter “GCITW”) and “the richest country in the world” (hereafter “RCITW”), the United States is home to 4.25% of the world’s population but 21% of global COVID-19 cases and 18% of global COVID-19 deaths. Why has the GCITW fared so poorly in responding the biggest global pandemic in more than a century? The first and most obvious answer is that its...
Tags: junktag (ignore), Crisis, donald trump, pandemic, United States
2020 Nov 29 - 10:00pm
“The wrongs which we seek to condemn and punish have been so calculated, so malignant and so devastating, that Civilization cannot tolerate their being ignored because it cannot survive their being repeated. That four great nations, flushed with victory and stung with injury, stay the hand of vengeance and voluntarily submit their captives to the judgement of law, is one of the most significant tributes that Power ever paid to reason.” -Justice...
Tags: History, Germany, Nazism, USSR, war crimes, World War II
2020 Nov 29 - 3:00am
Rod DREHER Several things from social media for you to consider. First:   And this clip, taken from a new HBO documentary about transgendered children: — I,Hypocrite (@lporiginalg) November 22, 2020 It’s important to note that this male child Phoenix went on to reject the female identity, and now his mother regrets very much having gone down the transgender path of affirmation. (She said: “It was a mistake....
Tags: junktag (ignore), Crisis, Demography, Gender, Society, United States
2020 Nov 29 - 1:56am
As Joe Biden unveils his hawkish cabinet picks, it’s hard not to get the sense that we’re all hurtling back in time to those glorious days of regime change when the United States believed it had a sacred right to topple any government that got in its way. It also seems like we’re returning to the days that when jihadi terrorism aimed at America and its allies was horrible, terrible, a crime against humanity, and so on, while terrorism aimed at...
Tags: Middle East, Security, War and Conflict, World, al Qaeda, Joe Biden
2020 Nov 29 - 1:04am
John PILGER When I first reported on child poverty in Britain, I was struck by the faces of children I spoke to, especially the eyes. They were different: watchful, fearful. In Hackney, in 1975, I filmed Irene Brunsden’s family. Irene told me she gave her two-year-old a plate of cornflakes. “She doesn’t tell me she’s hungry, she just moans. When she moans, I know something is wrong.” “How much money do you have in the house? I asked. “Five...
Tags: junktag (ignore), Boris Johnson, poverty, Society, United Kingdom
2020 Nov 29 - 12:21am
On November 24th, Elon Musk’s agent and now deposed Bolivian coup leader Jeanine Áñez was caught trying to escape justice by making her way to Brazil, but was prevented from boarding a plane by a group of citizens who were able to identify her in Trinidad. Áñez was astoundingly prevented from boarding a plane at the Jorge Henrich Arauz airport in the city of Trinidad, as she was trying to go to a border city and then flee to Brazil. There is...
Tags: Americas, World, bolivia, coup, elon musk, evo morales
2020 Nov 28 - 9:14pm
The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election is truly unique in being seemingly endless. The supposed election tampering with media support looks like a color revolution. Watch the video and read more in the article by Philip Giraldi.
Tags: Democratic Party, elections, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, pandemic, United States
2020 Nov 28 - 3:00am
Football legend Diego Maradona who died this week aged 60 will be remembered by billions of sports fans around the world for not only his almost-divine prowess on the field but also his fearless solidarity for oppressed people. He was a working-class hero in the positive sense. Born dirt-poor in a barrio outside Buenos Aires, Maradona rose to become a soccer legend whose skill on the ball awed the world. Commentators remarked that the ball...
Tags: Society, Argentina, Diego Maradona, Latin America, Sports
2020 Nov 28 - 2:00am
Paul ROBINSON Russian Disinformation. Russian Disinformation. Russian Disinformation. How many time have you heard that over the past four years? But what about British disinformation? Much of the current Russia paranoia began with the claims that Donald Trump was recruited by Russian intelligence years ago as a sleeper agent, and then given a leg-up into the presidency of the United States with the help of the GRU. The claims of ‘collusion’...
Tags: junktag (ignore), brexit, cambridge analytica, Russiagate, United Kingdom
2020 Nov 28 - 1:00am
The globalists responsible for engineering a medical tyranny across much of the Western world have something valuable to teach right-wing nationalists and would-be fascists, and that is you don’t sell your damaged product out of the barrel of a machine gun, but rather dripping from the end of a syringe that promises to end all pain and misery. Patrick Henry, one of America’s more outspoken Founding Fathers, famously remarked “give me liberty or...
Tags: Society, Bill Gates, Fascism, Globalism, Neoliberalism, New World Order
2020 Nov 27 - 11:23pm
The United States’ election victory of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden has yet to be officially confirmed. That requires the 500-plus Electoral College comprising the 50 federal states to cast the final vote when the constitutional body meets on December 14. Biden holds a commanding lead of over 300 delegates in the Electoral College, more than 70 above Donald Trump’s quota and decisively more than the 270 threshold required for...
Tags: Americas, Editorial, World, elections, Joe Biden, Mass Media
2020 Nov 27 (All day)
Anthony SCHWARTZ There are many parallels between the personalities of Donald Trump and the second president of the United States, John Adams. Both Adams and Trump had sizable egos and demonstrated streaks of nearly unmatched vanity. John Adams was instrumental in getting George Washington appointed to lead the colonial army, and yet quickly became jealous of him and even tried to get him fired. Although a politically patient man, John Adams...
Tags: junktag (ignore), donald trump, History, John Adams, United States