The Founder, The Father, And The Future: Saudi Arabia’s Self-Coup

For the first time since Saudi Arabia Founder Abdulaziz Ibn Saud left the throne to his son Saud in 1953, a father is once again leaving the throne to his son. King Salman’ son Mohammad is the Crown Prince and he’s proven to be a relentless heir in a scenario akin to “One Thousand and One Nights.” Intrigues, dying princes, prosecuted millionaires, potential detractors being “taken care of,” and a country under reform.

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The Kissinger Report And The World Population Control

From the earliest records that humanity has left in writing we see a concern about overpopulation and the threat of resources, so costly to produce or obtain, will not reach everyone. but is it really the fact that of increasing the number of inhabitants what threatens us? Perhaps there is more threat in not knowing how to prepare for the future than in the number of people with whom we must coexist.

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From Populism to Flip-Flop To Just Flop

A story we have witnessed too many times. The formula is really simple. Get to know what the majority is saying and repeat it before an audience. The audience will start to validate their point of view because there’s someone publicly talking about it. Eventually, this symbiosis culminates in mutual deception, like Trump who “loves Wikileaks” and now is “OK” with the prosecution of their leaders.

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