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Arab Spring will be US Gov’t Winter

March 23, 2011 by


Featured image via Moroccan Congress in USA. One of the greatest assets of the US government over the decades — perhaps the past century — has been its ability to co-opt movements which threatened its existence. The marginalisation of Socialism, for example, in the early 20th Century is a spectacular example of this. Although the […]

The Coming Invasion of Iran

February 7, 2011 by


As the political situation in Egypt continues to spiral out of the US government’s control, there is an increasing likelihood that the US government will feel it needs ‘to do something’. This should be intuitively obvious: when events don’t happen according to the US government’s liking, it has ‘to do something’ to correct the ‘problem’. […]

Field Notes: Canadian Observations

January 14, 2011 by


Well, I have returned safely from Canada, and I have a few thoughts and observations to convey. This isn’t anything cohesive, but rather things which have been kicking around in my brain. 1) Victoria BC is proof that zoning works. 2) Canada is, in fact, better. 3) There is something dreadfully wrong in the US. […]