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The Post-Coronavirus World Will Be Far Worse Than the Pre-Coronavirus World
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The Post-Coronavirus World Will Be Far Worse Than the Pre-Coronavirus World
March 29, 2020

The bailouts of billionaires will destroy what little was left of a democratic future for America — and for any other nation that happens to be nearly as corrupt.

A Foretaste of the Horror of Biological Warfare
March 29, 2020

The world is getting sick from the spreading COVID-19 virus. North Americans and Europeans are now as horrified as Chinese by the invisible killer that has put their hospitals under siege.

A Foretaste of the Horror of Biological Warfare
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Who Wasn’t Shocked by the Coronavirus Pandemic?
Who Wasn’t Shocked by the Coronavirus Pandemic?
March 29, 2020

Some global elites have been intrigued by the idea of a new plague.

Oil Price War and the Audit of Pandemic
March 29, 2020

Bin Laden’s price war is failing against Russia but it is succeeding beyond even his expectation against the United States.

Oil Price War and the Audit of Pandemic
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The Monetary Abyss Stares Back and Asks Who’s Next?
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The Monetary Abyss Stares Back and Asks Who’s Next?
March 29, 2020

Will we take the opportunity handed to us and tighten our belts, demand debt liquidation, corporate bankruptcies and a complete reshuffling of the global capital order?

Bailouts for the Rich, the Virus for the Rest of Us
March 28, 2020

Being made to work during a pandemic (Trump) or face starvation and homelessness (Democrats) leaves working people and the poor with a lot less to lose than they had even a few weeks ago.

Bailouts for the Rich, the Virus for the Rest of Us
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The EU’s Betrayal of Italy May Be Its Undoing
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The EU’s Betrayal of Italy May Be Its Undoing
March 28, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a greater toll on Italy than any other nation. The Italians are facing their most severe crisis since the Second World War, with Lombardy in the industrial north particularly hard hit. 

COVID-19 Forces the World to Re-Think the Idea of ‘Monetary Value’
March 28, 2020

Today’s America is confronting an existential crisis similar to that which both Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt battled in their time, Matthew Ehret writes.

COVID-19 Forces the World to Re-Think the Idea of ‘Monetary Value’
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