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an extensive operation or sphere of activity controlled by one person or group

The largest empire today has amassed more foreign military bases than any other in world history, spends more seeking hegemonic domination than the rest of the world combined, and has overthrown or attempted to overthrow some 60 governments, most of which were elected by their populations.

Thursday, November 26, 2015


I'm thankful Europeans were able to establish beachheads on this continent and carry out a near complete genocide against the tens and hundreds of millions of original inhabitants, then enslave Africans to such an unprecedented degree that they were able to build the richest country in history, the US.

Also thankful for family, friends, and people working against the still continuing expansion of the biggest and most brutal empire in history.  

Friday, November 20, 2015

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Professor As'ad AbuKhalil Cites My Analysis of 2012 DIA Docs re ISIS Formation

As'ad AbuKhalil is a Lebanese-American professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus, and has been a visiting professor at UC Berkeley.  In addition, he has taught at Tufts University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Colorado College, California State University Stanislaus, and Randolph-Macon Woman's College.

AbuKhalil is the author of Historical Dictionary of Lebanon (1998), Bin Laden, Islam & America's New "War on Terrorism" (2002), and The Battle for Saudi Arabia (2004). - Wiki

He cites my DIA doc analysis, which he saw on the Levant Report, here. 

Thanks to journalist Brad Hoff of Levant Report for bringing this to my attention.

My DIA doc analysis has also been cited by Dr. Nafeez Ahmed and the former military/intelligence specialists at Fabius Maximus.