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How to Crush a Bankers’ Dictatorship: A Lesson From 1933
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How to Crush a Bankers’ Dictatorship: A Lesson From 1933
November 8, 2019

While everyone knows that the 1929 market crash unleashed four years of hell in America which quickly spread across Europe under the great depression, not many people have realized that this was not inevitable, but rather a controlled blowout.

Carney’s Green Crypto Currency: Precursor to a Financial Meltdown
October 31, 2019

The only reason why the Bank of England’s green digital currency is taken seriously is because westerners have become detached from reality believing that a nation could magically exist as a services economy without producing.

Carney’s Green Crypto Currency: Precursor to a Financial Meltdown
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A Peg for a Peg: That’s the West’s Offer for China
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A Peg for a Peg: That’s the West’s Offer for China
October 14, 2019

The Saudis are the weak link in the US’s Mideast Alliance. Hong Kong is China’s soft financial underbelly, Tom Luongo writes.

Russia Has Greta Thunberg’s Solution
September 26, 2019

Nuclear power’s Energy Return on Energy Invested ratio is by far the best of anything we have on offer today. Not only does it produce a massive amount of electricity from fuel materials but it does so cleanly.

Russia Has Greta Thunberg’s Solution
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Environmentalism Leads to Technocracy
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Environmentalism Leads to Technocracy
September 21, 2019

There is a massive trendy push for environmentalism, but the system does not allow for the sweeping changes that some wants, this contradiction leads to what Tim Kirby refers to as the “Technocratic Approach”.

Why America’s Military Capabilities Are Failing
September 12, 2019

The big money is being made not in Government-service, but in the private-sector side of the revolving door between Government-service and the private sector.

Why America’s Military Capabilities Are Failing
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Japan and Germany Hysterically Race to Shut Down Nuclear Power (and Their Sovereignty)
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Japan and Germany Hysterically Race to Shut Down Nuclear Power (and Their Sovereignty)
September 10, 2019

Since the shutdown Japan has been forced to increase its imports of oil, natural gas and coal. This dependency has not only subject it to the whims of the speculative markets, but also to the uncertain stability of the Middle East oil production.

Who Is Holding Back the Russian Economy?
September 8, 2019

The cynic in me says the foot-dragging by the Bank of Russia is the final vestige of US infiltration in Russia’s institutions rearing its ugly head. That fight is ongoing, but the recent drops in the benchmark rate are a good start.

Who Is Holding Back the Russian Economy?
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