The West's Abetment of an Islamic State in Turkey?
Surely the United States wouldn't condone “radical Islam” right? For if it did, controlling a country would be as easy as controlling a few clerics [part 3/3]
Aug 29, 2016 • 12 min read •
Erdoğan's Shift From American to Russian Fossil Fuels?
Regardless of whether the attempted Turkish coup was real or not, could control of an energy conduit have been the underlying motive? [part 1/3]
Aug 10, 2016 • 11 min read •
Is Democracy Hitting the Fossil Fuels too Hard?
Fossil fuels have allowed for a modernity that places a stronger inclination on the various guises of narcissism than on genuine civic participation
Jul 14, 2015 • 7 min read •
Is Greece Planning to Print Energy?
What Greece is short on isn't money, but energy, and in the game of musical chairs it's at the forefront of a long line of inevitable “losers”
Mar 15, 2015 • 11 min read •
Money: The People's Proxy (for Energy)
As tough or as inconvenient as it may be, one can live without money. But you can't live without energy. In short, money at its core is a proxy for energy
Mar 01, 2015 • 4 min read •
Follow the Energy to Find the Money
Try following the energy instead of the money and the results may be surprising
Feb 15, 2015 • 5 min read •