Welcome Aboard Ted Koppel — Our Electric Grid is at Risk (Part Two)

October 28, 2015

In our last post, we welcomed Mr. Koppel to the awareness of the threat to our electric grid. He got several things right. Salon reported on this and made a ridiculous statement to open their article: Whether the threat is coming from abroad, across the border or, as is often the case in their fevered […]

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Welcome Aboard Ted Koppel — Our Electric Grid is at Risk

October 28, 2015

Ted Koppel released a new book, Lights Out. In it, he makes some good points. First, he documents the vulnerability. Yes, a cyber attack could take down the grid. So could an EMP, or even physical attacks. Second, he documents how poorly prepared we are to address the risk. Finally, he explains the catastrophic impacts […]

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Did We Win the Oil War? Maybe, But There are Still Risks

October 24, 2015

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is now warning Saudi Arabia that the Kingdom will be broke in five years. Some evidence for this can be seen in the Chart of Saudi Foreign Currency Reserves shown at ZeroHedge. The cause behind the dire outlook? The oil war started with OPEC’s refusal last year to defend the […]

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Immigration as Economic Warfare–Part 3

October 21, 2015

The immigration issue continues to grow. We’ve already covered critical examples where immigration policy may be intertwined with economic warfare. What’s happening in Europe today is also finding its way to America and the implications are serious. Even typically tolerant Sweden is growing increasingly concerned by the wave of immigration. Rather than recap, just check out our previous posts: […]

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The Chinese ARE Dumping our Treasury Bonds

October 12, 2015

We warned about this in our Pentagon research back in late 2008 and early 2009 but there were plenty of skeptics. We emphasized the risk in the 2012 NY Times bestseller, Secret Weapon. In Chapter 9, we made a strong case that China could dump their Treasury bond holdings and work fervently to establish the Yuan […]

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Immigration as Economic Warfare–Part 2

October 3, 2015

The immigration tragedy continues to deepen with serious economic and social implications. No matter how well-intentioned the authorities are in the West, we must remind ourselves that our enemies are searching for means by which to destroy our existence. Never forget the mission of the Muslim Brotherhood in America as explained by Shariah, the Threat […]

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Immigration as Economic Warfare

September 26, 2015

There is a clear crisis in the Middle East. Depending on who you speak with, this crisis is either Bush’s fault for the “ill-advised Iraq War,” or Obama’s fault for leaving a power vacuum in the region with the withdrawal of our troops and his failed “red line” in Syria, or Secretary Clinton’s fault for having a foreign […]

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Has China Gone Rogue? or Footloose?

September 15, 2015

There is so much news regarding China that we will just have to cover a few major points. First, we have long contended that China is not monolithic although it is a very controlled society. These are not mutually exclusive. There are at least three major power blocks in China and they are not always […]

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ISIS Plotting “Second Blow” to Financial System; Goal is to Destroy the Dollar

August 31, 2015

We have long contended that the purpose of the 9/11 attacks was first an economic attack. The goal was then, and remains to destroy America by collapsing our financial system. Now, ISIS proves our point with their most recent video threat (see screen capture of burning dollar). This matches their recent ISIS Timeline for global domination. And […]

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Another “GLITCH?” ETF Failure Hit the Markets and Hints at Financial Terrorism

August 26, 2015

Last month, the New York Stock Exchange froze. The same day, United Airlines was grounded. And The Wall Street Journal website went offline. Two days later, TD Ameritrade had a serious outage. We were told it was “just a glitch” in all cases. Nothing serious. These things just happen. Of course, most people felt there was […]

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