In some ways his analysis is superficial, it seems to me. No mention is made of the central banking cartel that is pushing the drive to WWIII. No mention of how the current economic “cycle” and the ascent of China were planned and carried out by this secretive group of money masters to their vast enrichment. But he makes a lot of good points, including comparing the USA’s geostrategy to that of the british empire, which is no accident. The families and financial interests that control the US like a puppet are the same interests that rose up and consolidated during the british empire. This country never really won its independence in 1776 because the founders didn’t see the importance of placing the power of “coining” money solely with the government, being content to allow private banks to also issue money. Now virtually all money is created by private interests.
The question for the american people, to the extent that they have any say in the matter, is whether their interests are more compatible with russia or with the satanic aristocrats that rule behind the scenes here.
He raises the question of why europe is cooperating with the agenda and offers no answer. Once again we see the power of the of the money masters and their secret societies. This is not good. If russia acts out of such ignorance the invisible empire may have its way.
He distills US policy in ukraine as being designed to maximize the number of victims in order to ignite a regional war. I think he hit the nail on the head.