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Tag Archives: Cold War

Drugs, Jungles, and Jingoism

Guys, I’m proud to announce that my newest book – Drugs, Jungles, and Jingoism – is now available in all its deplorable glory. Comprising a compilation of my best work … Continue reading

May 2, 2019 · 12 Comments

From Nationalism to Communism: Hajime Kawakami and the Nativist Tradition within Japanese Marxism

One of Karl Marx’s earliest advocates and translators in Japan was the economist, educator, and writer Hajime Kawakami. Kawakami’s background, however, did not predispose him to revolutionary internationalism and materialism, … Continue reading

March 30, 2019 · 22 Comments

Carroll Quigley In A Nutshell

A guest post from quigleyfan Carrol Quigley in a nutshell: States (sovereign power) expands to the limits of its logistic ability. When “defense” reigns supreme, you end up with patchwork … Continue reading

March 1, 2019 · 36 Comments

Soviet Angels

One of the lesser-known elements of the story of Israel’s false-flag attack on the USS Liberty on the afternoon of June 8, 1967, is that the survivors aboard the ravaged … Continue reading

February 15, 2019 · 13 Comments

Gloving the Golem

The decline and collapse of the Soviet Union and the relaxation of emigration restrictions in the Second World would witness an exodus of Jews from formerly socialist republics to the … Continue reading

January 6, 2019 · 17 Comments

A Poetic Interlude in the Congo

Details of the CIA’s covert warfare in the Congo during the mid-1960s were revealed for the first time earlier this year when James M. Hawes published his memoir Cold War … Continue reading

December 28, 2018 · 11 Comments

“Narco-Stalinism” at the End of the Cold War

Two years ago, I wrote a speculative article titled “Have a Cigar”, in which I considered the allegations that Fidel Castro’s Cuba was a hub of the cocaine trade and … Continue reading

November 17, 2018 · 18 Comments

The Awesomely Racist Making of an Eighties Action Classic

One of my earliest memories of seeing an action movie projected on the big screen is when my father took me to see Dolph Lundgren in Red Scorpion in 1989. … Continue reading

September 2, 2018 · 7 Comments

Laurenco Marques to Los Angeles: The Story of the Mozambique Drill

Seënwense vanuit die VSA vir Suidlanders…👌🏻 pic.twitter.com/eHHUBhjmDD — Gustav Müller (@Gustav_Muller_) July 13, 2018 It may surprise the reader – or, then again, it might make perfect sense – to … Continue reading

July 13, 2018 · 4 Comments

Rhodesia’s Crippled Eagles: America’s Soldiers of Fortune

As highlighted previously at Skynet, many Americans during the 1970s took more than a casual interest in the plight of embattled Rhodesians, seeing in them brother defenders of a free … Continue reading

July 8, 2018 · 15 Comments