The Facts of the Russia-Ukraine War. The Corrupt Relationship Between US Elites & China. The Truth About the JFK Assassination.

Weichert addresses corruption among American elites and their Chinese counterparts. He describes the situation in Ukraine with Russia. And Weichert talks about the ins-and-outs of the truth about the JFK assassination with Seth Leibsohn on his Phoenix radio show.

Putin’s plot ‘dead in water’ as Germany sounds gas death knell – military set to crumble

Jacob Paul of The Express UK interviewed Brandon J. Weichert about the German government’s decision to suspend their much-needed Nord Stream 2 Pipeline with Russia. This was done in retaliation for the recent Russian threats against Ukraine and the dangerous Russian anti-satellite weapons test that almost destroyed the International Space Station. Read on for more…

Shadow Wars For Me, But Not For Thee

The United States won the West, specifically California, with an early form of what Sean McFate would refer to as “shadow warfare.” Putin did something similar in Crimea in 2014. Rather than decry it impotently, the United States should wage its own shadow war in defense of its allies (until Washington and Moscow can actually create a workable peace deal between themselves, that is).

Trading Ukraine for Venezuela Would Be a Good Deal

President Trump is a transactional leader. So, too, is Vladimir Putin. Let’s do the mother-of-all geopolitical deals and get on with more pressing matters of state already. Neither Ukraine nor Venezuela are worth risking a wider war with Russia. And, despite what “experts” in the United States claim, Russia is a declining power with delusions of grandeur. American policy toward Russia has left Putin with little hope. Thus, as he is increasingly boxed in by the West and a rising China to his east, the likelihood of Putin lashing out militarily against the West is higher now than it has ever been.

No Going to War With Russia Over Ukraine

“Washington cannot lose its head on this matter. This isn’t Hitler marching into Poland in 1939. This is more akin to the Agadir Crisis in 1911. The Agadir Crisis was an outgrowth of German and French competition for greater influence in Morocco. The crisis was ultimately settled by slow negotiations which ratcheted down tensions. Of course, this event was one of those moments in history which set the proverbial stage for a far nastier event—the First World War—but the Agadir Crisis itself was small and ameliorated with shrewd diplomacy between the affected powers.”