Radical Pakistani Anjem Choudary locked up in U.K for supporting ISIS

Anjem Choudary, Britain’s best-known Islamist preacher, was jailed on Tuesday for five years and six months for encouraging support for Islamic State, ending years of frustration for police who had struggled to pin charges on him. Choudary, 49, and close associate Mizanur Rahman, 33, who received the same sentence, had been convicted by a jury in July of using the … Read More

Russia and Turkey-US supporting Syria terrorist groups

Editor: Vlad Rothstein | Tactical Investor[color-box color=”orange”] Before we get to the article at hand many might ask why we cover political and health issues when our main focus in the stock markets and the financial arena.  The short and simple answer is that all these fields are connected; we don’t have free market forces anymore. Everything is manipulated; from the … Read More

Radicalised French Teen Muslims Burn Bus  and Scream Allahu Ahkbar 

  Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor[color-box color=”red”] We thought that you might find the following excerpt to be interesting. If you want to read this article in its entirety please click the corresponding link. Information overkill is the reason we don’t inundate your inbox with updates, and this applies both to our paid subscribers and to subscribers of our … Read More

British lawmaker shot dead Before EU referendum; Coincidence or ?

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor [color-box color=”yellow”] Before we get to the main article we would like to present you with a small video and a brief excerpt of  an article that we think makes for a compelling read: ”  Everything you process is based on Perception and perception is based on the data you are feed.  Alter the … Read More

CIA Director: More ISIS Attacks In West Likely

[color-box color=”red”] This article provides some rather interesting perspectives but before we get to it, we would like to present you with an excerpt to an equally interesting article: ” Okay, okay, we have heard it before; this market should crash, everything is fake, etc.  We are as we have spoken many times over the past two years in a … Read More

Deadly conflict in Syria; Blood, Guns & Money

[color-box color=”blue”]There is no doubt that war generates big profits and the US appears to have engineered this war in Syria to provide large arms companies with lucrative new markets.  As a result of the Syrian war, a new Middle- East Arms Race has been set in motion. [/color-box] Some estimates suggest north of $150 billion will be spent over … Read More

The Real News: the Story Behind The Story

Today we live in a World where most of the news we receive is not about what is going on in the world, but more about what sells. In other words, sensationalism, and lies are sexy, so that is the theme.  Make it dramatic even if it means altering the real story; if it sells everything is on the table, … Read More

China Rewards Moderate Muslims & Harshly Punishes Radicals

Does China treat all Muslims badly?   According to Al Jezzera, the answer appears to be no; they seem to deal very harshly with radicals and implement laws that are meant to send a message to the radicals.  The Hui Muslims are treated fairly, no bans are placed on them, and they live in harmony with the Han, who make … Read More

Five minute Financial blurbs

This Five Minute Financial blurbs project is our way of getting out the most important news, by leaving the smallest footprint possible.  Think of it as a five-minute update.  Our Goal is to convey the central message in five minutes or less, leaving you with valuable extra time to do things you want but often don’t have the time to … Read More

Putin strikes, Iran Joins and Russia & U.S blunders

Putin’s Airstrikes on Syria Are Not What You Think Since Russian President Vladamir Putin began his military air campaign in Syria last week, Western media has been clamouring to explain his motivation. Most of the analysis so far has been incomplete or half-baked at best. News agencies today are detached from the idea that in-depth journalism requires them to consult … Read More