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Podcast: What Hope is There for Humanity

Posted September 15, 2022 By David Haggith

In my latest podcast with Tom Pochari, we chat about the nexus humanity has come to and why we are entering a time of deconstruction and whether or not there is even any hope for humanity when we are so divided and lack the clarity of a vision we can agree on to move forward […]

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Gathering around the stock ticker during the 1929 US stock market crash.

Monday’s financial news was filled with fantasies about how Tuesday’s CPI report would be as boring for the stock market as watching the paint dry on Fed QT, but all that falderal didn’t even age one day without putrefying to a level of rancidness that would curl the nose hairs of most investors by Tuesday […]

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Big companies are predatory, big governments are stupid. The thing they have in common is they both want more control and power. China is a good example of trying to combine both; this experiment however seems to be crumbling before our eyes.…

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Photo of breadlines during the Great Depression

There will be a Great Re-set, of course, but it’s not exactly the one that Western Civ is blabbering about — a mere shuffling of political and financial protocols. It’s happening with or without “Joe Biden,” the EU, and der Hoch Schwabenklaus, though the aggregate stupidity they represent is surely making the entry process worse.

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Klaus Schwab on big screen at World Economic Forum

People’s attention is too focused on Biden and Trump and not enough on the sweeping global transformation that is going on, and speeches like the one Biden delivered on September 1 are meant to keep us distracted and diverted (and to divide and conquer)….

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A.J. Rice: The Quiet Quitting President

Posted September 10, 2022 By Guest Contributor
Farmer in despair over Great Depression in 1932.

The lemming media is at it again. Once a headline generates clicks, they all follow each other, writing about the same topic from the same angles, never digging down to find out what’s really going on. The latest version of this behavior is “quiet quitting.”

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Bill Blain: Queen Elizabeth

Posted September 9, 2022 By Guest Contributor

This Elizabethan Age has ended. Queen Elizabeth was instrumental in establishing and strengthening the UK’s Soft-Power and global position on an increasingly confused global stage. It’s time to look to the future.…

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Plane made of burning dollar bills symbolizes price inflation and the Fed moving to digital currency

Stocks soared, treasuries fell, and the message from Team Fed was “full speed ahead with tightening.” Where did all of Wednesday’s market lunacy come from? We leaped from “Bad news is good news” straight to “Bad news is AMAZING!” Every Fedhead who spoke in Wednesday’s planned lineup made it clear the Fed is dead-reckoning its […]

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To many economists, saying we are going into an economic crash would be a prediction because over eighty percent of economists do not believe we are even in a recession right now, much less a total economic collapse. To me, on the other hand, saying we’re entering an economic collapse is not a prediction at […]

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MN Gordon: The Backstory on Our California Exodus

Posted September 5, 2022 By Guest Contributor
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Along the 32nd parallel, in San Diego, where the western march of America’s manifest destiny collides with the Pacific Ocean, the sunsets are always perfect. The view from the coast here is due west.  It is also south of the Channel Islands.  The setting is completely unobstructed. Reds, yellows, oranges, purples, and pinks radiate out […]

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A.J. Rice: The Woking Dead Eat White People First

Posted September 4, 2022 By Guest Contributor
Federal Reserve hacking its own recovery to death

It used be just “affirmative action,” the term used for race-based preferential hiring practices. The Minneapolis public school system just doubled-down on that by adopting race-exclusionary hiring practices. If you’re white, you need not apply…

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