Ten of the Top Economic Warfare Risks for 2017

December 31, 2016

Make no mistake. A cyber-economic war is already underway. Recent revelations of Russian hacking should not come as any surprise as we have covered these risks for years. It is interesting, however, to note that the current Administration is pushing a narrative that “Russia Hacked the election,” while offering very scant evidence. This was recognized […]

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Post-Election Reflections: Our Hope for Trump

December 24, 2016

I’ve spent the past few weeks studying the political jockeying underway. The rush of excited transition has only been eclipsed by the vicissitudes of defeat and the accompanying hand wringing. Credit is being taken and blame is being laid. Perhaps the most interesting thing to observe has been the whole concept of the election being […]

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Chaos as Economic Warfare

November 28, 2016

According to the book, Unrestricted Warfare, the end goal of economic warfare is chaos. It is accomplished through social panic, street riots and a political crisis after confidence is destroyed in the banking system, media, stock market, and power grid. This is how you defeat a superior enemy without firing a shot: “However, by using […]

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Have a Happy Thanksgiving but be aware of The War on Cash In India

November 22, 2016

With so much happening in regard to our election and the transition, most eyes have been fixed on Washington, DC and New York City’s Trump Tower. Over the last weekend, I went to DC and met with some of the top people associated with the incoming Trump Administration. It was very hopeful, both in terms […]

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Good Decisions!

November 16, 2016

The media is going nuts over President-elect Trump and his transition. It seems as if nothing is going right for the elitists who like to tell us what to think. That’s good news for America! It comes on the heels of what I believe was God’s divine intervention for America with last week’s election. We […]

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Donald Trump Won an Amazing Victory: Now On To Protecting America

November 13, 2016

The Republicans are certainly celebrating the astounding victory of Donald Trump Tuesday night. Even though Secretary Clinton won the reported popular vote, President-elect Trump captured the Electoral College (with maybe 306 electoral votes) and most of the geography of the United States as illustrated in the map above. I say “illustrated” because while the example basically […]

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Which Candidate?

November 6, 2016

Every election is called the most important in our lifetime. This time, it is true. Our future is on the line and the final votes will be counted Tuesday. The question is, who will determine our future? According to the 15th Amendment of the Constitution, the citizen’s right to vote is sacred. But what happens […]

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ELECTION: Unrestricted Warfare

October 25, 2016

There’s a new novel out by my colleague and friend Chris Graham. It combines two of the topics we regularly discuss on this Blog–The Chinese version of Unrestricted Warfare and the politics of elections. I was privileged to be among the initial reviewers and can heartily endorse the book. From the Amazon writeup: After the […]

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Whom the gods Would Destroy They First Render Insane

October 17, 2016

Sometime in the 5th century BC, the playwright Euripides penned the quote that best sums up our current election season. There are a lot of translations such as “Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first deprive of their senses” and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow settled on the now-classic version: “Whom the gods would destroy […]

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Hidden Truth

October 11, 2016

Everyone knows that politicians say one thing in public and another in private. Based on recently leaked emails, we know, for example, that Secretary Clinton admitted in private that this was true, saying you need a “public and a private position,” as if these two should be different. We also know that things are caught […]

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