The Tragedy of “Run Away” Harry

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 27, 2023 by andelino

Harry recorded the audio book, so he knows exactly what is in Spare. He wants us to know that animals give him spirit messages from the beyond. These are usually sent by his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, who died violently in 1996, when Harry was 12 and his older brother William was 15. The messages begin when Harry is 14. He and William are on safari in Botswana, eating dinner in their tent, when a leopard appears. “Everyone froze,” Harry says. “Except me.”

Read more at “The Tragedy of Run Away Harry”

Global Socialism

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 26, 2023 by andelino

This is bad news for not only America but the entire world.

In its Global Risks Report 2023, the World Economic Forum forecasts the end of growing prosperity. Geopolitical events are fracturing economic cooperation—this means nothing less than the end of globalization. “Globalization has increased worldwide prosperity, but is about to come to an end, according to a study,” Handelsblatt wrote on January 11. “Shortly before the Davos meeting, decision-makers paint a bleak picture of the future.”

Read more at “The End of Globalization—the Start of Global Socialism”


Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 25, 2023 by andelino

A backstab in the making.

Israel is a good candidate for the world’s most friendless country. Its neighbors in Gaza, Lebanon and Syria are committed to its destruction. Most countries refuse to recognize Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and are constantly trying to pry it from its control. With the election of Benjamin Netanyahu’s new conservative government last year, Israel had suddenly become even more friendless. Traditional allies like the United States are attacking Israel in forums like the United Nations.

Read more at “Is Israel Getting Casual With Fascism?”

The Party and the Crash

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 24, 2023 by andelino

Empires fail when people sacrifice character for free stuff.

Massive public works. Bureaucratic institutions. Government dysfunction. Rampant corruption. Bloated budgets. Trade deficits. Runaway inflation. Crushing tax burdens. Economic inequality. Political violence.

Read more at “The Party and the Crash”

Twitter Files

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 23, 2023 by andelino

More “Twitter Files” are out, and they document how the Department of Justice and its Federal Bureau of Investigation took control of Twitter.

Do you remember what William Barr said after President Donald Trump nominated him as the nation’s top law enforcement officer in 2018? He boldly stated that it was a “dirty trick” by the Clinton campaign to accuse Trump of colluding with Russia in 2016. Many people could see that and were ready for Barr to use the Department of Justice to provide the proof. Barr never did. Radical liberals came roaring back and outright stole the 2020 election. Barr did nothing. Yet somehow the truth keeps coming out, if not from Barr, then—unexpectedly—from a South Africa-born entrepreneur with billions of dollars and an interest in free speech. New Twitter owner Elon Musk and journalist Matt Taibbi have now provided Twitter Files 11.0 and 12.0: “Twitter Let the Intelligence Community In.”

Read more at “How the FBI Hacked Twitter”

Middle East Diplomacy

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 22, 2023 by andelino

What event does each of these three headlines from last week refer to? What could cause such turmoil? A third intifada? War between Israel and Gaza? Rocket attacks from Lebanon?

  • “Hamas Warns Ben-Gvir Could ‘Blow Up the Situation’ If …” (Times of Israel, January 5)
  • “[Hezbollah] Warns of ‘Explosion’ in Region After …” (Israel Hayom, January 4)
  • “UN Security Council to Hold Emergency Meeting on …” (Haaretz, January 5)

The correct answer: One Jew visited Judaism’s holiest site for about 13 minutes. Itamar Ben Gvir, Israel’s new national security minister, visited the Temple Mount on January 3, a few days after the government was inaugurated. This was the first visit from a high-level Israeli government official in years.

Read more at “Why Is Middle East Diplomacy Collapsing?”

When Family Falls

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 21, 2023 by andelino

The Romans thrived as long as they cherished marriage and family, and degenerated when they stopped. We are following their path to ruin.

History shows that the strength of any nation depends on the strength of its families. Family is the rock-solid foundation on which a country’s superstructure is erected. That was the case for both America and Britain in their rise to greatness.

Read more at “When Family Falls, Society Falls”

Strong State

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 20, 2023 by andelino

Violent New Year’s riots, loud climate activists, routine military failings and so much more are causing the German people to yearn for a strong state.

On New Year’s Eve, some of Germany’s streets looked like a war zone. The police, fire brigade and paramedics seemed overwhelmed in a life-threatening situation. There was no respect for law enforcement, no emotional control and no regard for personal property. Surveys show that Germans have had enough of the failure of the state and political incompetence. The call for a “strong state” to finally take control is getting louder.

Read more at “Germans Groan for a Strong State”

Why Is Canada Killing Itself?

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 19, 2023 by andelino

For the year 2021 in British Columbia, 1 in 20 people who died were killed by the Canadian government.

That’s over 10,000 people across Canada. Judging by figures from earlier years, this would make it the seventh-leading cause of death, ahead of both diabetes and the flu.

More concerning: It’s rising fast.

Read more at “Why Is Canada Killing Itself?”

Now in Production

Posted in uncategorized with tags on January 18, 2023 by andelino

Russia and the West are in a war for ammunition, experts believe. The first one to run out loses the war. According to strategists, Russia is already facing serious shortages. If a regional conflict is forcing a major power to spend much of its conventional ammunition, what will a conflict between global powers be like? One nation in the heart of Europe knows the answer and is taking drastic measures to arm itself for such a situation.

Read more at “Ammunition for the Next World War”

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