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Interview 1239 – Financial Survival: The Disintegration of Mass Culture

12/23/20169 Comments

In this edition of James’ bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival, James and Alfred discuss the trilateral discussions on Syria taking place between Turkey, Russia, and Iran and what they portend for the future of the middle east. We also discuss how the decentralization of publishing has broken down the dinosaur mass media institutions, leading to the disintegration of mass culture.

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Off Again, On Again: Russia and Turkey Revive Turkish Stream

10/12/20164 Comments

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Interview 1198 – X22: The Clash of Civilizations

08/07/20169 Comments

Today James joins Dave of the X22 Report to discuss the latest on the geopolitical front, from the ongoing turmoil in Syria to the failed coup in Turkey. Is this all part of the CFR’s Clash of Civilizations? And if so, what’s coming next?

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Turkish Coup Fallout: Chief of Staff Fingers Gulen As Plot Leader

07/30/2016

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Interview 1197 – Christoph Germann on the Turkish Coup Fallout

07/29/20166 Comments

From the Turkish Armed Forces’s Chief of Staff hanging the plot on Gulen to the drama at Incirlik and the NBC psyops, Christoph Germann of the New Great Game blog is here to update us on all the latest news, views and reactions to this month’s failed coup attempt in Turkey.

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Who is Fethullah Gulen?

07/28/2016

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Meet Fethullah Gulen, Deep State Plotter

07/27/20167 Comments

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About those Turkish nukes…

07/23/201624 Comments

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Brandon Turbeville Explains the Plan to Break Up Syria

04/04/2016

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Interview 1155 – Brandon Turbeville Explains the Plan to Break Up Syria

04/03/201610 Comments

Brandon Turbeville of BrandonTurbeville.com joins us to discuss his recent article, “Kurdish Federalization Reminiscent Of Kerry’s Plan B, Brzezinski, NATO’s Plan A.” We break down the Kurdish groups that are involved in the plan and the globalist institutions that have shaped it.

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