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These 8 maps explain the Middle East

Years ago I would hear people talk about the “Middle East Crisis”

Make no mistake about it, as these maps tell the story as well, the “Crisis” is self-inflicted. I will not hesitate to say that Bush and hussein agitated if not even added to the situation but this is coming to America and that will be the fault of all that are not paying attention.

Reclaim Our Republic

Middle East

Feb 26, 2016 by George Friedman, Mauldin Economics

Most investors know what an emerging market is. Some might even be able to offer a pretty good definition of what puts the “emerge” into emerging markets. But ask about the Middle East, and no one really knows what it is.

Geographically, it’s the region that stretches from the eastern Mediterranean and southern Turkey to the Iran-Afghan border.

The region, however, is far more complex than lines on a map. It can also be defined based on ethnic and religious bloodlines.

In the modern Middle East, the Arab world stretches from Morocco to Iraq and excludes non-Arab Muslim countries like Turkey and Iran.

If we think in terms of the Muslim world, this Middle East might stretch from Morocco to Afghanistan, south into Africa, and north into Central Asia and southeastern Europe.

The Middle East is the Arab core of the Muslim…

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The Empire Will Strike Back, by Robert Gore

Somethings gotta give …

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

SLL WILL BE ON A BUSINESS TRIP FROM 3/2 TO 3/6 AND WILL BE UNABLE TO POST. POSTING WILL RESUME 3/7.

The populist revolt fueling non-mainstream political movements in both Europe and the US flows from a single source: you can not fool all the people all the time. The central lie of our time is that governments can and should forcibly assume control of individuals’ lives, in the name of vague and always shifting greater goods. The Command and Control Futility Principle holds that governments and central banks can control one, but not all variables in a multi-variable system. The number of variables global governments and central banks have arrogated to their purported control has grown beyond measure. Breakdowns are visible everywhere, and as those failures exact their ever-increasing toll on the masses, the masses are pushing back.

The last financial crisis was a watershed. Capitalism’s rough justice…

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