In early 1942, the German battleship Scharnhorst and heavy battlecruiser Gneisenau made a daylight dash up the English Channel, from occupied France to the relative… Read more.
We have been watching Copper closely, as a continuing indicator of commodity price deflation. Overall, we expect the CRB index to drop by a further 50% from current… Read more.
We have long been negative on the future political integrity of the Euro and expect in all probability that the EU as we know will break up within the next two years.… Read more.
The horrendous events of 9/11 catalysed the ideas in Breaking the Code of History (BTCH) and the Five Stages of Empire Model interpreted 9/11 as the beginning of the… Read more.
The current Sterling crisis which the press claims is due to Brexit is receiving considerable press coverage. Indeed, the sentiment on the future of the Sterling is… Read more.
Although Britain’s Intelligence Services have continued to receive relatively generous funding over the past decade from an absolute spending perspective, it would… Read more.
Breaking the Code of History proposed that predatory nations in expansion behave much like animal predators in that they prefer to attack the weakest prey to limit any… Read more.
Historically, democracies have not been good at anticipating rising aggressor nations and preparing a commensurately strong defence. Furthermore, there is a long-… Read more.
Losses due to lack of preparedness at the Somme
As the memory fades of the details and the titanic nature of the struggle associated with both World Wars, today… Read more.