¿Qué explica que, luego
de casi 4 décadas de políticas estadounidenses en Oriente Medio, el Estado
teocrático e islamista iraní—‘Eje del Mal’ según diatribas de George Bush
padre—está más fuerte que nunca?
31 August 2016
This series of articles is a primer. It contains selected
historical knowledge minimally sufficient to abandon the ‘Establishment
model’ of geopolitical processes and to begin constructing an alternative
model that will explain and
predict the world of international relations. In the space
immediately below we will be publishing one new installment of this series
every two weeks.
THE IRAN DEAL: WHAT DOES IT TEACH US?
after signing the US-Iran nuclear deal, Iran tested ballistic
missiles—meant for Israel—that can carry nuclear warheads. The US response?
Nothing. What geopolitical theory
can explain this?
28 March 2016
The Rojava Revolution in northern Syria is a gender-equal,
fiercely democratic, religiously tolerant Muslim movement that is bravely fighting and defeating
ISIS on the ground. It is inspiring ordinary people all over the West,
and some are lining up to fight with the Rojavans against the Islamists.
Those interested in world geopolitics and the future of democracy worldwide
would do well to pay attention to the fate of the Rojava movement. For its
fate, like the fate of Republican Spain in the prelude to World War II,
will be a harbinger of things to come.
Carlos Puig interviews FGW for Milenio TV. Topic:
Nov 2015 – Jan 2016
At a Jewish community event called ‘Día Limud’ I spoke of Netanyahu’s
claims concerning the relationship between the German Nazis and Husseini,
father of the Arab Palestinian movement and creator of PLO/Fatah, today’s ‘Palestinian
Authority.’ This information, I explained, is the Achilles heel of the
enemies of Israel. In attendance, José Hamra Sassón, former News
Director of Mexico’s Channel 11 (TV), challenged me to produce a single
academic reference to support myself. An interesting public debate with
Hamra has ensued.
ISIS attacks Paris, all eyes on ISIS: a gang of
terrorists that lord a chunk of the Middle East and claim to be ‘a State.’
Out of nowhere they came, it seems. But any hat trick needs
misdirection—the magician’s trade. Now you see it, now you don’t.Case in point: strike terror in
Paris, capture the attention, erasehistory. ISIS was US policy.
It was brewing since 2003, when the US invaded Iraq and ‘gifted’ Iraqis
with jihadist terrorism that set the US-military prison system to
overflowing, becoming a “jihadi university,” as the general in charge
called it. When “jihadi university” graduates produced ISIS, and ISIS
produced the Syrian Civil War, the US helped them again. Pay attention, or you won’t see the next
Jaime Sánchez Susarrey interviews FGW for Azteca
13 on the origin of ISIS. (Spanish)
23 Oct 2015
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a
speech to the World Zionist Congress, stated that Hajj Amin al Husseini,
the founding father of the Palestinian movement, had convinced
the Nazis to exterminate the European Jews. We examine here the
evidence relevant to this claim.
“Peace for Our Time,” announced a proud
Neville Chamberlain after placing the Czechoslovaks in Hitler’s foaming
bite, one he relaxed only to spit threats of European war and anti-Jewish
genocide. “Peace in our time” promised Barack Obama in his inaugural speech
of 2013. History may not repeat
itself, but it does rhyme. Obama prepares already the signature that
will normalize the nuclear program of terrorist Ali Khamenei, ‘Supreme
Leader’ (official title) of Iran, and would-be emulator of Hitler’s crime
against the Jews.
The US government pushes very hard for Israel to give
strategic territory to PLO/Fatah
in exchange for a promise of ‘peace.’ But
what if PLO/Fatah, also known as
the ‘Palestinian Authority,’ is a proxy of Iran?
In the wake of the recent armed
hostilities between Hamas and Israel I have been getting emails from people who believe that the Israeli
government created Hamas, funds Hamas, and controls Hamas. I have seen
the claim on TV and on the radio. I want to be tickled, because I know
where this meme originated. But I can’t laugh—this is too serious.