Monday, April 9, 2018


MONTOYA TRASHES CRITICAL THINKING WHILE THEN ASKING YOU TAKE AS TRUTHFUL AND ACCURATE THE MIKE HERNANDEZ BOUGHT AND PAID FOR LIES AND PROPAGANDA

MONTOYA CALLING CRITICAL THINKING OBSOLETE

"One of those boasts that he has a degree in Soviet Studies. You remember the Soviet Union, don't you? It disappeared and all that is left is what is now Russia and her invaded countries. With the Soviet Union obsolete, does that make a degree in Soviet Studies equally useless?

First of all at UTEP when you enrolled in the Soviet Studies Program, it meant just under 160 credit hours, and not your typical 123 credit hours to graduate.  It meant at least 18 hours in economics, 18 hours in history, 6 hours in sociology., and then 30 credit hours in Political Science with a focus on Soviet Studies.    I am speaking to courses tied to Soviet Studies, Marxism, Soviet economies,  and building analytical models.  On top of this you had all of the mandatory courses for all Liberal Arts Studies  And I am not talking general courses.

It was this skill set which I use every day which allowed me to write a graduate paper two years before the fall of the Soviet Union predicting same and when.  There were three components to my model, the Revolution of Rising Expectations, Perestroika, Glasnost.


WORLD INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY TAKES A DOUBLE TAKE AT MONTOYA'S CLAIM SOVIET STUDIES IS OBSOLETE

In 2000, the Dallas Morning News editorial board asked me who was the most dangerous man in the world, and I said Putin.  One laughed and asked why.  I said he was Soviet KGB, and still is in his mindset.


"A day after unveiling dramatic new weapons — including a nuclear-powered cruise missile — that sparked talk of a return to Cold War tensions, Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested that he'd reverse the collapse of the Soviet Union if he could.

"The most recent numbers, from a survey conducted in November 2017, show that 58 percent of Russians regret the U.S.S.R.'s collapse, while just over a quarter do not."

"The pro-Soviet sentiment peaked in 2000, just as Putin was coming to power, when three-quarters of the country said they regretted the collapse."

This is how I knew Putin was going to rebuild a new form of the Soviet Union under the name of Russia, which as we all know includes grabbing territory from the old Republics within the Soviet Union.

The questions is, are the new Oligarchs losing enough money and power the military helped them build to cause the military to turn on Putin?  Then what?  


"It also means that Putin is now the longest-serving Russian leader since Joseph Stalin, who led the Soviet Union for almost three decades between 1924 and 1953 — 10,636 days in total."

In the weeks to come, using a similar analytical model I will outline how China will overcome the U.S., as corporatism continues to stifle the U.S.  

The Soviet Studies models are being used by every Intelligence Agency in the world to predict if Putin will fall, or if he will lash out in a defensive move. Their system is not sustainable, unlike China.

MONTOYA'S DECLARATION THAT CRITICAL THINKING IS OBSOLETE IS CLEARLY SEEN IN HIS ANALYSIS OF OMNITRAX AND VOTER SUPPRESSION

MONTOYA'S OLD POST CONCERNING THE BND AND THE OMNITRAX DEAL IS LAUGHABLE

Here is his claim on the short.  The fire department is unwilling to confirm his house is on fire while he himself is standing there with the fire fighters watching his house burn.

First a very incomplete 4 year old story shows Mike Hernandez is getting desperate.  Why no attempt to get updated information?

WHAT BASIC ECONOMICS TELLS US ABOUT THE DEAL BUT MONTOYA CONCEALS.  WHY?

The basic deal transferred the costs of salaries, health insurance and retirement to the new company.  How much savings was there for the BND in this simple fact?How did the BND invest these savings in the Port, along with the revenue income they are getting from the sale of the railroad to Omnitrax?

Montoya and Hernandez do not want you to know.

Any basic business model includes selling assets to use the money to develop other areas which in the long run could make you more money.  Plus by having a private company tied to the Port you now have another lobbyist advocating for the Port.  According to Montoya and Hernandez is is wrong to sell assets to redirect the revenues to potentially better money making endeavors.  It is also bad to have Omnitrax lobbying the government for more support for the Port.

The fact Montoya discusses none of this means, he knows it kills his story and that would make his money daddy unhappy.

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