It is necessary to pay attention not only to the political and economic aspects of Internet, but also to analyze the ideological, social, and military levels, i.e. some elements of the geopolitical structure of any state or alliance.
On the outset, it seems that Syria and Cambodia have little in common, are in very different regions, and have very different cultures. But it is striking that the Cambodia proxy war from 1979 to 1993 (post-Khmer Rouge rule) seems to be replicated by the current proxy war on Syria.
“Precariat” - derived from the word precarious – is a newly emerging class in the workforce that experiences constant deprivation, anger, anxiety, and alienation in their work.
While US President Donald Trump was giving his speech to the CIA spooks at their HQ on Saturday, the other wing of CIA spooks was cheering the protest against him and his election. And not only cheering.
The “Women’s March” held the day before yesterday in Washington can be interpreted on several levels. The first one is political.
The news media has been more interested in the histrionics of anti-Trump rioters than the presidential inauguration. Consistent with history the liberals and the Left are being manipulated by oligarchic interests.
If we can thank Barack Hussein Obama for creating the conditions that produced ISIS, we can only hope that Donald Trump will fulfil his promise and wipe them off the face of the earth in partnership, perhaps, with Russia, Syria, Egypt, and Iran.