Category Archives: Geo-Politics

Majesty and Motion

Hey everyone. I’m considering changing my book cover. The current one is plastered all over my blog right now. I assembled it from bits of this and that, but looking at it now and comparing it to covers in the … Continue reading

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ISIL: International Trash Disposal

ARLINGTON, VA – Recently, a shocking new viewpoint from a Pentagon-funded think tank revealed itself. While many are dismayed by the number of Westerners joining ISIL, some government think tanks are now saying ‘good riddance’ to Americans and Britons joining … Continue reading

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China’s Philippines Relief Surpassed By Lady’s Knitting Committee

TACLOBAN, PHILIPPINES – The world watched as the Philippines was devastated by Super-Typhoon Haiyan. Yet in the wake of the destruction many countries have stepped in to help. According to a BBC article, donations have been offered like these: The … Continue reading

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NSA Whistleblower, Right to Privacy, and…China?

A Momus News Editorial By E.A. Wicklund There’s much in the news lately about NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden. He worked with a program code-named PRISM, that allegedly snoops on the conversations of private American citizens. The notion of PRISM was … Continue reading

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North Korea Photo Editing, Again

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – The “Hermit Kingdom” of North Korea has a long history of building larger-than-life impressions out of it’s leaders. This, by itself is not unusual. Many nations commonly portray their leaders as strong, powerful men. The US … Continue reading

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North Korea’s Greatest Threat Yet

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – South Korean intelligence officials are scrambling today after news that sent chills down their spines. North Korea’s young leader, Kim Jung Un has moved his chief chef, Kwak In Ho, to a bunker near Musan. The … Continue reading

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Russian Black Sea Exercises Trigger Response

MOSCOW, RUSSIAN FEDERATION – In a move that has US intelligence analysts on alert, Russian President, Vladimir Putin ordered substantial military exercises in the Black Sea area. It is unknown at this time what triggered the sudden mobilization. What is … Continue reading

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CIA Super Spy Loses Face

ARLINGTON, VA – CIA Super Spy, Roger Cliff, wants to retire from the agency after 42 years of service to his country. But there is a problem. A master of disguise, Cliff was one the earliest recipients of modern facial … Continue reading

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Iran Photoshop Chief Quits. Joins Alternative Metal Band

LOS ANGELES, CA – It started as an Iranian national scare when Najib Halabi, Iran’s Chief of Photoshop Corrections, suddenly disappeared. Iran accused Israel of assassinating him and having proof. Israel refused to confirm or deny any involvement. After weeks … Continue reading

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New Zealand Criticized: Least Corrupt Country

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND – A recent report, released by Transparency International, lists New Zealand as tied with Finland and Denmark as the least politically corrupt nations on Earth. Since the report, New Zealand has drawn an intense political backlash for … Continue reading

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