Andrew Gavin Marshall

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 120

Ferguson and the Reality of Internal Colonization The protests and police state response to the events in Ferguson over the past few weeks have brought to the surface the realities that have been boiling beneath and out of sight in the United States: the realities of internal colonization. Drawing parallels with the Palestinians under Israeli [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 119

Peace, Power Politics & Israel-Palestine Taking a look at the party politics, the new rising political figures and movements within Israel, it is clear that this has been a major impediment to the formation of a true ‘peace process’ with the Palestinians, let alone to the possible formation of a Palestinian state. This episode examines [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 118

Israel-Palestine 101 This episode provides some background and context to the most recent four-week slaughter of Palestinians by the United States and Israel, including a brief history of the occupation, non-violent and violent resistance to the occupation, the emergence of Hamas, the siege of Gaza, the so-called “peace process” and the Intifadas, up until the [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 117

Technocracy or Conspiracy? Do powerful people ever engage in conspiracies? Of course. Is the world run by a conspiracy? Are institutions like Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission deserving of their conspiratorial reputations? Here, the question becomes trickier. These institutions represent a structural, institutional and ideological basis for understanding and manipulating power on a transnational basis. [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 116

Technocracy Against Democracy What is technocracy? How has it evolved? This episode examines the rise, ideology, institutionalization and spread of technocracy (“rule by experts”) around much of the world. In particular, this episode looks at the Trilateral Commission as one of the main transnational technocratic institutions, which was a major force behind three recent technocratic [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 115

Financial Markets, Money Creation & the European Debt Crisis How does Europe’s ongoing debt crisis relate to financial markets and the monetary system? This episode portends to be an introduction to the subject of Europe’s debt crisis, its causes, effects and evolution over the years. Of particular relevance is the creation of the euro, trade [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 114

Rothschilds Host Exclusive Conference on ‘Inclusive Capitalism’ The world’s super-rich are terrified that the system that they have constructed, which almost exclusively benefits them, is so lacking in trust and legitimacy in the eyes of the world’s population that it could collapse beneath their feet. With this as the context, Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 113

Bilderberg 2014 Let’s assume, for argument’s sake, that Bilderberg is – as its member state – a mere ‘private talk shop’ for influential people to get together and speak off the record in an open and honest way. With this (spurious) assumption, this podcast looks in more detail at the steering committee members and invited [...]

Globalization’s Game of Thrones- Part II: Managing the Wealth of the World’s Dynasties

Whoever wins this ‘Game of Thrones,’ the people lose In part I of this series (“Globalization’s Game of Thrones”) I examined the concept of corporate and financial dynasties holding significant power in the modern world. In this, part 2 of the series, I examine the realities of the ‘wealth management’ industry in being responsible for [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 112

A Lost Generation on the Rise? The World Economic Forum, major banks, international organizations, global consulting firms and other institutions have been increasingly identifying the “lost generation” of global youth as one of the primary threats to global elite interests. This generation – my generation – are over-educated, under-employed, with high expectations and few opportunities. [...]

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Globalization’s ‘Game of Thrones’, Part 1: Dynastic Power in the Modern World

The stories, players & structures of the world’s dominant dynasties Think of any period in human history when empires and imperialism were common features of society, whether from ancient Egypt, Rome, China, to the Ottomans and the rise of the European and Japanese empires. There is an institution that – with few exceptions – was [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 111

A Counter-Hegemonic Foundation This episode examines the ideas and planning behind a new organization that myself and a few friends are in the process of founding: ‘Voice of Access: The People’s Foundation’. This non-governmental organization is being founded on the basis of an historical understanding of the roles played by major hegemonic foundations (like Rockefeller, [...]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 110

Japan: Back to Empire? Japan has had quite a unique relationship with the United States, which helped spark the development of the Japanese empire in the 19th century, and the two large economic powers became major trading partners. Japan left a legacy of destruction and violence across much of Asia, creating fears and memories which [...]

The West Marches East, Part 1: The U.S.-NATO Strategy to Isolate Russia

A little historical context to help elucidate the current clash of gangster states In early March of 2014, following Russia’s invasion of Crimea in Ukraine, the New York Times editorial board declared that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “stepped far outside the bounds of civilized behavior,” suggesting that Russia should be isolated politically and economically [...]