Juxtaposition. The way to analyze the situation is to look at the factions comparatively. You do not compare Assad’s regime to the Danish…
It’s an eye-opening article I and Stephen McBride, a new researcher/editor here at Garret/Galland Research, put together on the wide-flung web of George Soros. As you’ll read, Soros could seamlessly step into the role as the real-life version of a super-villain in a James Bond novel. To give credit where credit is due, Stephen did the considerable leg work for this article and what he uncovered surprised even me. I can almost guarantee you’ll forward this edition to all your friends—and please do—and will be talking about what you read for months to come. The 85-year-old political activist and philanthropist hit the headlines post-Brexit saying the event had “unleashed” a financial-market crisis.
It still feels odd whenever some stranger calls me «brother». It feels strange — but in a good way. I’m getting these emails and messages almost every day now, from people all around the world. Some ask about my novels (will they be translated into this or that language soon), others comment on my blogposts. And many feel, as I do, that we have some sort of kinship — we are brothers and sisters of the Viking spirit. It wasn’t always like this. In fact, only a year ago things were different. My blog got only a few hundred hits each week and not many outside of Norway knew about my novels. Then things started to change. The demand for, and interest in everything Viking suddenly started to grow, and it grew fast. The number of followers in social media grew to more than 11.000 in a few months — a high number for a Norwegian novelist — and my blogposts got hundreds of shares. Suddenly, I was getting a lot more attention from people across the Atlantic than from my fellow Norwegians, and my novels haven’t even been published in English yet.
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