(Half) F. William Engdahl/Jay Dyer: Lost Hegemon & Full Spectrum Dominance

This is the first free half of an interview, while the full interview can be obtained by subscribing at the PayPal links at JaysAnalysis.com. Professor Engdahl joins me for a deep politics discussion in relation to his new book, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the Gods Would Destroy.  His book focuses on the usage of radical Islam by the West and how these networks are part of a larger strategy to control Eurasia.  We also touch on his older book Full Spectrum Dominance in part, and how the entire Cold War and the earlier Great Game set the stage for the events unfolding today.

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5 thoughts on “(Half) F. William Engdahl/Jay Dyer: Lost Hegemon & Full Spectrum Dominance

  1. Jay
    At 30:55, Engdahl says “if you look at anything from the standpoint of religion and belief, you are lost”, and goes on to quote Seneca as saying, ‘religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful’, saying that this sums up religion quite nicely. Knowing much of your work and your fundamental presuppositions, what would your response be to the former statement regarding particularly geopolitics, and perhaps with your background in philosophy you might consider analysing the latter quote? (Considering it was made before both the establishment of Christianity and Islam – Seneca obviously talking about religion from the perspective of paganism).
    Your thoughts would be most appreciated.

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  3. Great interview! Engdahl’s point regarding Quigley’s conditional access to CFR archives was very interesting. It has been observed that in early 20th century US national politics was basically divided into two camps (not Republican and Democrat): Morgan and Rockefeller. As Engdahl pointed out by the 1930s the Rockefeller’s had eclipsed and pretty much absorbed the House of Morgan.

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