…talking about How Civilizations Die.
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We enjoy your doom and gloom scenarios–it reminds us of the 70s doom and gloom rhetoric.
Doom and gloom–who profits?
Gloomy? Moi? I’m optimistic about two-thirds of the world (US, China, India, Latin America), less so about Europe, and downright pessimistic about Iran, Turkey and the Arabs. Hey, two out of three isn’t so bad.
I am pessimistic about the US and Europe and therefore I am not crazy about a world
of China, India, Latin America and Muslims having a hard time.
Israel should worry.
My favorite singer:
Just a head’s up, while I’ve been accused of being a troll for merely pointing out the harsh reality that an American client state started a war against Russia it lost in 2008 at many online forums, Victor is even more one note. It’s always about Echelon and the Anglosphere allies being ‘real’ Allies while Israel is not, or some such. One trick pony. Whereas I occasionally do point out where the current Russian government is screwing things up, and/or Russia’s severe problems.
I really don’t know about the Brits, particularly their carbon tax-worshipping goofier Europhilic elites who mouth obnoxious twit truisms on the BBC, being America’s best friends. Perhaps there’s a part of my Orthodox Christian soul that feels the Irish Catholics are not so far away from us with their reverence for the pre-Schism Saint Patrick.
Anyway, hope your host can put the show on YouTube for all Spengler fans to listen worldwide, since they don’t get Texas Panhandle talk radio in Israel or Moscow.
American client state [sic] should have read ‘Demintern/Soros/CIA fronts/shadowy globalist NGO network client state’ re: the Republic of Georgia and Mr. Saakashvili’s government. The Israelis despite having some of their passport holders in Saakashvili’s cabinet, knew when to cut their losses and get the hell out of there. Another example of where, as a fairly Israel-friendly Lebanese Christian consultant in D.C. once told me, the Israelis need to learn when to tell D.C. politely to take a hike when asked to serve as Gurkhas for interests that have nothing to do with Israel’s national interest. The Israelis are likely to see better results cultivating friends and supporters in the Andes than in the Caucases outside Armenia (the latter being all too familiar with the Turk).
***The Israelis are likely to see better results cultivating friends and supporters in the Andes than in the Caucases outside Armenia (the latter being all too familiar with the Turk).
Well,there is this: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-67625528.html
any idea which of these websites is carrying a audio file of the interview? or when it is likely to be available?
all the best
Michal in Israel
Not yet. From what I could see the program’s website is updated at interval’s, but is not freshly concurrent. Will check again and post back here if something shows up, but from what I could see I have my doubts.
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