Beware of Trojan Boats

We are always on the lookout for stories that betray the use of unconventional weapons. The Mayor of Ankara, Turkey served up a treat last week with no less than 10 consecutive tweets about his suspicion that seismic earthquake weapons have sent a soft warning shot across the bow to the Turkish economy.

Continue reading »

Solutions Sunday: Dark Triad Man, Cryptocurrency Guru Chris Dunn and Solutions Matter Youths

What sets Team RogueMoney apart from other new media outlets is not only the breadth of its geoeconomic analyses, but also the focus on practical solutions and entrepreneurial spirit for ordinary people. In case you missed them, here are some recent interviews addressing these topics from Dark Triad Man author Ivan Throne, Jack Caroselli and Robert Jones of Solutions Matter, and bitcoin Skill Incubator Chris Dunn. — JWS

Continue reading »

Payback for Assassinated Givi and Motorola? Ukrainian ‘ATO’ General Dies of ‘Heart Attack’ in Kiev Office

The war in Ukraine remains far from over, but if someone or some group is advising the regime in Kiev that it can pick off the leadership of the Donbass ‘separatists’ one by one with total impunity, they may wish to reevaluate that advice. Unless of course, they’re ready to find more generals and volunteer battalion commanders after Kiev’s current crop start dying in significant numbers.

On Saturday February 11, just days after the commander of the Somali battalion was assassinated in his Donetsk office by a ‘Shmel’ rocket firing flamethrower, the Ukrainian Colonel General responsible for Kiev’s so-called ‘Anti-Terror Operation’ died in his office, supposedly of a heart attack. Ivan Chernyakhovsky Gennady Vorobyov was famous in Ukraine for refusing an order from then President Viktor Yanukovych in January 2014 to clear the Maidan of the militants who were using peaceful protesters as human shields to hide behind while hurling Molotov cocktails at Berkut riot policemen. Vorobyov (loosely translated as ‘Sparrow’) rose to the rank of Colonel General and directed many of the so-called ‘ATO’ operations to suppress the Russian-backed Donbass uprising against the U.S./EU-installed post coup regime.

Continue reading »

Diamond and Silk (02/11/2017)

Diamond and Silk address the travel pause executive order being litigated in the federal courts, with the Washington Examiner reporting Saturday that 72 terror suspects or convicted terrorists came from the seven countries subject to the Administration policy.

Continue reading »

‘Givi’ Assassinated in Donetsk, Ukrainian Army Building Up for Another Failed Offensive

Mikhail Sergeyevich Tolstykh, aka Givi, one of the most prominent commanders of the Donbass resistance to the Kiev government, was assassinated in his office this week. Givi had been one of the most effective tacticians for the Novorossiya Armed Forces (NAF) / Donetsk People’s Republic during the heavy close quarters fighting for the ruins of the Donetsk Airport between October 2014 and January 2015, culminating in a fight after which he punched and abused some Ukrainian Right Sector POWs and stripped off their epualets on camera. Other than this footage showing him punching a Right Sector commander shortly after battle, there is no evidence to support Ukrainian claims that Givi tortured or killed UAF prisoners.

Continue reading »

Antarctica: Sent Packing in 1947

In August of 1946, a world still smouldering in the ashes of WWII was remembering the first anniversary of the deployment of the first atomic bombs as weapons “to end war.” In spite of the supposed vanquishing of all her enemies, the U.S. Navy suddenly felt compelled to launch an expensive, hastily timed, and poorly planned invasion of Antarctica. What situation was so critical on the southern continent that made Operation Highjump terribly urgent? 

Continue reading »

The Trend is Your Friend

This was followed with some greater detail, but the gist of the remainder of the conversation is, “the trend is your friend, if you are following the proper trend setters!”   Those busy cleaning up the trash are not trend setters of the new paradigm (WG’s take).  The best the west can do in the near term is clean up the trash and then get on with the rebuild.  Thankfully it appears Mr. Trump does get that aspect of the US’s problems.   Meanwhile, as I communicated to London Paul (I am most of the time looking for affirmation), “most would be properly advised to follow the leads of those who are taking best advantage of their manufacturing resources, their natural resources, and busy extricating themselves from dishonest monetary frameworks.  RM regulars know where this is headed.

Continue reading »