Monthly Archives: June 2018

Orlov on Yurp

From Dmitry Orlov: In an out-of-control situation where we would expect people to organize, protest, put up road blocks and vote en masse for nationalist parties, we are instead subjected to the ridiculous spectacle of meek, effeminate Europeans dressed up … Continue reading

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Summer Cold

I went in this morning and TCOB, as usual.  The rest of the day is mine, and I’m trying to get over a cold I picked up last week while power washing the house.  The heat and humidity got to … Continue reading

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The Battle for Hodeidah

From MoA: The U.S. sent “rebels” it trains at al-Tanf outside its self declared 55 kilometers deconfliction zone around Tanf to attack Syrian government forces. It supported them by air strikes. U.S. special forces are said to have taken part. This is … Continue reading

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Gwynfydd

From John Michael Greer, three weeks ago: The secrets of occultism aren’t secret because somebody chooses to hide them. They’re secret because you can’t understand them unless you’ve had certain experiences, and you won’t get those experiences unless you put … Continue reading

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Saudi/UAE Fail in Yemen

I have a lot of ground to cover, since my last post, so hang on: From Gareth Porter: South Korean President Moon Jae-in has gone further than any previous government in pushing to end the 70-year military tension and formal … Continue reading

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Destroying Yemen to Save It

From MoA: Three years of Saudi/UAE bombing have destroyed local infrastructure and production. The ongoing war has already caused mass starvation and the outbreak of a large cholera epidemic. The Yemeni coast is under blockade by Saudi and U.S. naval … Continue reading

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Beggaring Jordan

From MoA: The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has traditionally been in the ‘western’ camp. It is politically attached to the United Kingdom and the United States as well as to Saudi Arabia and other Sunni majority Gulf states. The Jordanian … Continue reading

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