By Atom Bergstrom
Where is the center of the global spiderweb?
What country has the most international influence on the world … and the “biggest stick” to maintain it?
According to Dr. Google …
“Despite recently closing hundreds of bases in Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States still maintains nearly 800 military bases in more than 70 countries and territories abroad — from giant ‘Little Americas’ to small radar facilities. Britain, France and Russia, by contrast, have about 30 foreign bases combined.”
What country has the most satellites orbiting the planet?
According to Dr. Google …
“Of the 3,372 active artificial satellites orbiting the Earth as of January 1, 2021, 1,897 belong to the United States. This is by far the largest number of any single country, with their nearest competitor, China, accounting for only 412.”
But that’s old news.
U.S. billionaire globalist Elon Musk is now launching as many as 60 satellites in a single day — his company’s goal is 42,000 satellites as soon as possible.
Some folks think the center of the global spiderweb is in the City of London.
The U.S. can zap this central business center of London with a death ray from outer space at a moment’s notice.
Gold can buy the guns. but the guns are sure to take the gold.
The British “space programme” is a joke.
Only one of “Great” Britain’s satellites was not manufactured in the U.S., and it was the only one not launched by a U.S. rocket.
How powerful is the Hollywood/Washington Axis?
Ask Kim Dotcom what the U.S. can do to a German citizen in a British Commonwealth Realm.
Chris Dodd (chairman and chief lobbyist for the Motion Picture Association of America from 2011 to 2017) and his close friend, JOE BIDEN, had him arrested in a 2012 armed raid on Dotcom’s New Zealand house involving 76 officers and two helicopters.
According to Wikipedia (last edited Jul. 22, 2021) …
“Seized assets included eighteen luxury cars, large TVs, works of art and US$175 million in cash. Dotcom’s bank accounts were frozen denying him access to 64 bank accounts world-wide, including BNZ and Kiwibank accounts in New Zealand, government bonds and money from numerous PayPal accounts.”
The U.S. has been trying to extradite Dotcom since 2012 for a crime he never perpetrated with his cyberspace hosting service, Megaupload Ltd.
According to legendary internet pioneer The Woz (Steve Wozniak) …
“What Kim Dotcom ran is just a service. It’s like the post office. He was the post office it was being mailed through. Why do you shut down the post office, thinking that that’s where the problem is?”