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Liberal Imperium: Quigley’s Anglo-American Establishment – Jay Dyer (half)

Jay Dyer | “The great idealistic adventure which began with Arnold Toynbee and Lord Alfred Milner in 1875 had slowly ground its way to a finish of bitterness and ashes.” -Quigley

The Grand Chessboard & Arc of Crisis of Atlanticist Domination: Jay Dyer (Partial)

Jay Dyer | “The “Arc of Crisis” describes the “nations that stretch across the southern flank of the Soviet Union from the Indian subcontinent to Turkey, and southward through the Arabian Peninsula to the Horn of Africa.”

The Metaphysical Implications of Nominalist Economics

Jay Dyer | How might essence, matter and form as ancient philosophical concepts have a direct impact on our economic theory today?

The World is Not Enough: JaysAnalysis w/Patrick Henningsen

Jay Dyer | Patrick Henningsen joins Jay Dyer for another graduate level course in geopolitics.

JaysAnalysis: Nina Kouprianova on Russia as Target of Western NGOs

Jay Dyer | In this episode, Nina joins me to discuss her espionage history translations, as well as her upbringing in Russia and the not so “humanitarian” NGOs and “aid” organizations’ plots, along with the IMF, toward Russia.

TERROR THEATRE: The EU Babel, Brussels Attack Numerology & Media Fakery

Jay Dyer | Once again the ritual enactment of terror theatre has proven useful to the western establishment, with Europe once more the focus of a new round of psychological warfare with the population as the target.

LIBERAL AMERICAN WORLD ORDER: Prof. Alexander Dugin on JaysAnalysis

Jay Dyer | Prof. Alexander Dugin is an author, lecturer and former advisor to President Vladimir Putin.

Transatlantic Union: Scandals, Scoundrels and Global Trade Partners?

Shawn Helton | The bizarre new world of joint press conferences is beginning to prove the theory of a global government.

Russia signs deal with North Korea to write off 90% of North Korea’s $11 billion debt to Moscow

REFRESHING NEWS   North Korea said Tuesday that it had signed an agreement with Russia settling an estimated $11 billion debt owed by Pongyang that dates back to the Soviet era. The North’s state news agency KCNA said the agreement was signed Monday in Moscow, but gave no details of the terms involved. “The North-Russian […]