Category Archives: political economy

The rebuttal to 2013 was the 2016 election, but now it’s 2018, and the world is still waiting; if the USA is going to have a middle class, the ultra-rich are going to have to lose a lot of money

Back in 2013, Zero Hedge reported 20 stories of economic despair. Some examples are as follows, but the point is that people back in 2013 were predicting that collapse was IMMINENT. This was not because they had insight, but rather … Continue reading

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The Political Economy of “Kol Nidrei” according to Brett Redmayne-Titley

Preface: Before you delve into Brett Redmayne-Titley’s 10000 word lesson, you may wish to warm up by visiting B’Man’s site and reviewing some of his recent posts: https://buelahman.wordpress.com/2018/07/07/ordered-to-be-silent-by-john-kaminski/ The Political Economy of “Kol Nidrei” according to Brett Redmayne-Titley There is … Continue reading

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Lots of folks who want a civil war are going to be surprised at how boring their anti-climax will be

We love stories because they have a beginning, a middle, and an end. We love the climax of the plot. We love to see our stories resolve any questions or mysteries. If a story has an evil, oppressive society, we … Continue reading

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Looking backward and askance at political economy

1. When governments ruin the economy, they destroy their human capital. This guy has a DOCTORATE in industrial chemistry and he is STILL working a street sweeper. If this guy can’t get a decent job, nobody can. (The story dates … Continue reading

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Understanding Jewish Power By Philip Giraldi

    I recently was asked to speak at an online conference entitled Deep Truth: Encountering Deep State Lies. My panel addressed Understanding Zionism: Deconstructing the Power Paradigmand my own topic was How Jewish Power Sustains the Israel Narrative. Working on my presentation, … Continue reading

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