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The Surveillance State and Big Brother Trump

Despite his opposition to surveillance during the campaign, Trump has flip-flopped once again and now supports the surveillance state. His Homeland Security advisor, Tom Bossert, who worked with the Bush administration, penned an editorial for The New York Times this week calling for a reauthorization

Iran In The Crosshairs

On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we cover the Trump administration’s move to nullify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and demonize Iran as the leading state sponsor of terror in the world. Trump’s secretary of state Rex Tillerson says Iran is up to

Trump’s Neocon Conversion Almost Complete

Robert Wenzel posted a disturbing development on his blog today. Bush neocon Paul Wolfowitz has given Trump and his generals the thumbs up. Wenzel cites Susan Glasser at Politico: Iraq might descend into “chaotic violence”—or worse. The broader Middle East could “go to hell” all

McMaster of War

H.R. McMaster, President Trump’s national security advisor, is working behind the scenes to send tens of thousands of ground troops into Syria to take out the government of Bashar al-Assad. On the edition of The Geopolitical Report, we look at how Barack Obama set the

No Buyer’s Remorse For Endless Wars

A Washington Post and ABC News poll released on Sunday shows that while there is no honeymoon for Trump, there also are few regrets on the part of people who voted for him. As noted, this poll finds no evidence of buyer’s remorse among Trump

What’s Next? A Swat Raid On Julian Assange?

Trump’s AG wants to arrest Julian Assange. It’s not clear how he plans to do this. Assange is in the Ecuadoran embassy in London. Do the British authorities plan to violate a long-standing international law and storm the embassy and arrest Assange? Or is this

Syria Gas Attack All the Hallmarks of a False Flag

On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we look into the alleged gas attack used as a pretext to attack Syria. Despite a lack of evidence Syria had anything to do with the attack, the Trump administration and the propaganda media in the United States