The Empire Struggles

Jan 22, 2022 - The COVID Vaccine - More Harm Than Good

Here is a simple and professional video that explains the lies about the Pfizer vaccine. I accept that most people will not watch it because they don't want to know the truth.

Jan 14, 2022 - War Warning

In 2002, the United States unilaterally and without consultation with the other party, withdrew from the landmark Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty. President George W. Bush noted that the treaty is “now behind us,” describing the ABM Treaty as a Cold War relic. Signed in 1972, the ABM Treaty barred both the US and the USSR from deploying national defenses against long-range ballistic missiles. The treaty was based on the premise that if either superpower constructed a strategic defense, the other would build up its offensive nuclear forces to offset the defense.

The superpowers would therefore quickly be put on a path toward a never-ending offensive-defensive arms race, as each tried to balance its counterpart’s actions. Until Bush took office, the Treaty was referred to as a “cornerstone of strategic stability” as it facilitated later agreements, reducing U.S. and Russian strategic nuclear arsenals. The US, assuming that a weakened Russia will never again be in a position to counter US hegemonic power, proceeded to encroach on Russia’s borders through the manipulation of international law and mythical NATO objectives.

In 2007, Putin informed the Western world that Russia will develop its defensive weaponry to counter US advances eastward. This was stated in response to the US missile defense system in Romania that was being developed at the time (and previously prohibited in international law.) The USA also began construction of another large missile launch facility in Poland that is nearing completion.

Watch Putin's warning of war in 2016.

Jan 13, 2022 - Elon Musk's Death Trap Tunnel

As this blog explained last year, Musk's single lane tunnel under Las Vegas is an insane idea, as this recent article confirms. People realize they can't even get out of their car during an emergency! Didn't the local fire marshal object?

Jan 12, 2022 - Trump's Foreign Policy Failures

Here is a great interview with Doug Macgregor about our insane foreign policy and how Trump screwed up.

Jan 8, 2022 - Vaccine Didn't Work!

I love this article from Fox. A media star gets COVID despite getting vaccinated and getting boosted and avoiding people. She concludes this can be prevented if everyone gets vaccinated.

"Whoopi Goldberg stunned by testing positive for COVID: ‘I’ve done everything I was supposed to do’ Goldberg stated that her shock came from the fact that she was fully vaccinated, had received the vaccine booster shot and hadn’t gone anywhere other than her house or “done anything.”  “But that’s the thing about the omicron, you just don’t know where it is. You don’t know where it is, who’s got it, who’s passing it,” she said. “It’s one of those things where you think I’ve done everything I was supposed to do. Yeah, it doesn’t stop omicron, and that’s the problem with a variant, because it gets stronger and does different stuff to you, so, you know, unless everybody gets vaccinated this is what we’re going to be facing for the next, you know, little while,” Goldberg added."

Jan 7, 2022 -  Youtubing

My Youtube channel grows slowly with no serious issues. My most recent:

The CIA’s Cocaine Corridor

The Disastrous Liberation of the Philippines

Vietnam War Mythology

Blundering General Mark Clark


                                                  Carlton Meyer

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