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INSIGHTS ON THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT PART 1 ; SLAVERY AND DEMOCRACY

David Murrin of Murrinations – Human societies have always been and continue to be hierarchical. This means that intrinsically there are those with greater opportunities than others. The historical shift from early human organisational systems, like the Roman empire, that … Continue reading

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INSIGHTS FROM THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT PART 2: AMERICAN SOCIAL INTEGRATION

David Murrin of Murrinations – Although America and Britain speak the same language, they exhibit many fundamental differences with respect to social integration of its various races. Today in Britain, based on a 2011 census, some 86% were white; 8% … Continue reading

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THE GREAT POWER SHIFT FROM WEST TO EAST

David Murrin – My book Breaking the Code of History published in 2009, highlighted that America was the last empire in a long series comprising what I called the Super Western Christian Empire, dating back to the 1400s, starting with … Continue reading

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The New Wuhan Reality-1: Government Strategies

David Murrin – I fear that historians will look back on 2020 and mark the time before the Wuhan pandemic and the time afterward as a watershed in global human affairs. This a humanitarian, national, economic and financial crisis all … Continue reading

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Oil Wars, Devaluations, Revolutions and Shooting Wars

David Murrin in Murrinations – The sun is setting on the oil sector as we know it. Yesterday oil hit our $27 target after what the press has described as an oil war between Russia and Saudi Arabia. I described … Continue reading

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