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Archive Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sweden Will Remain Sweden In Name Only

Via GEFIRA, For some time now the Gefira Team has been keeping track of the demographic processes that are taking place in Europe, especially in its Western part.  This time Gefira published a report on Sweden, a well-developed, typical Western state, member of the European Union. The report includes independent calculations, using dedicated demographic software […]

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JPMorgan: QE Might Have Devastating Consequences After All

Approximately 9 years after various “tin-foil” wearing blogs first warned that the long-run negative consequences of QE will drown out and vastly outnumber any positive ones (which have mostly been confined to make the rich richer and create the illusion of economic stability built on the cracking foundations of trillions in newly created dollars), none […]

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Gold Shorts Explode; Specs Sell Vol, Bonds As "Winter In The Markets" Looms

Before the shit really hit the fan this week as Techs wrecked and Yuan crashed, CFTC data (reported as of Tuesday close) showed speculators piling increasingly into the most-crowded trades as if nothing will ever change. The two most extreme positioning situations are in Gold and US Treasuries as there has never been more hedge […]

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Entering A 1984 World, Trump-Style

Authored by Michael Klare via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The pundits and politicians generally take it for granted that President Trump lacks a coherent foreign policy. They believe that he acts solely out of spite, caprice, and political opportunism — lashing out at U.S. allies like Germany’s Angela Merkel and England’s Theresa May only to […]

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Mortgage Prison: Sydney Home Prices Suffer Largest Annual Decline Since 2008

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Home prices in Sydney and Melbourne are back to 2016 levels. That is a tiny down payment as to what is coming. News AU reports House Prices Drop in Sydney, as Melbourne Prices Stall. Tumbling house prices in Sydney and Melbourne are the main drivers behind the first annual drop […]

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Bill Clinton Heckled By Angry Prostitutes In Amsterdam

Bill Clinton was heckled by activists at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam on Friday while he was giving a speech.  Walking down the center aisle with red umbrellas, protesters demanded the decriminalization, respect and protection of sex workers and drug users – while also vehemently opposing the location of the next conference scheduled for San Francisco […]

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Americans Overwhelmingly Reject Going To War With Iran, New Poll Finds

Americans are opposed to going to war against Iran by a more than two-to-one margin according to a new poll.  This week relations between Iran and Washington entered a heightened intensity and new war of words, with the dangerous potential for an actual war seeming to rise daily, especially after President Trump’s latest twitter warning to Iran of “consequences the likes of which […]

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Here's How Systems (And Nations) Fail

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, These embedded processes strip away autonomy, equating compliance with effectiveness even as the processes become increasingly counter-productive and wasteful. Would any sane person choose America’s broken healthcare system over a cheaper, more effective alternative? Let’s see: the current system costs twice as much per person as the healthcare systems of […]

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Record Murders Plague Mexico In First Half Of 2018: "The Figures Are Horrible"

Mexico’s next president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a former Mexico City mayor and outspoken critic of the political establishment – has a significant uphill battle once he is inaugurated as President on December 01: deadly violence in the country is intensifying and has hit an all-time high. Mexico posted its highest homicides on record, with a […]

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Paul Craig Roberts Exposes The All-Pervasive Military-Security Complex

Via PaulCraigRoberts.org, The article below by Professor Joan Roelofs appeared in the print edition of CounterPunch Vol. 25, No. 3. The article is long but very important and is worth a careful read. It shows that the military/security complex has woven itself so tightly into the American social, economic, and political fabric as to be […]

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