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After Saying “I Love Wikileaks” 100 Times While Campaigning—Trump’s Cowardly Betrayal Of Julian Assange

One of the things candidate Donald Trump did to paint a deep state target on his back was to repeatedly praise Wikileaks, the protransparency media organization headed up by Australian journalist Julian Assange. More than one hundred times candidate Trump said “I love Wikileaks” on the campaign trail.    […]

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Warmongering Neocon Lindsey Graham To DOD: Keep Occupying Africa Or I’ll Make Your Life Hell

Sen. Lindsey Graham and a bipartisan group of lawmakers, uniting against a Trump administration idea to withdraw U.S. troops from part of Africa, pushed back during a fiery exchange with Defense Secretary Mark Esper here over the weekend, according to four people present at or familiar with the meeting.  […]

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Harrowing Reality: Central Bankers Are Clueless About Implications Of World Financial System Interlinkages

….this is just the time that the central bankers should be burning the midnight oil. Not to concoct a scheme for the next round of quantitative easing if needed. We all know what that entails. But to address the harrowing reality that the entire world financial system is is even more inextricably intertwined than 10 […]

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But there’s also a theory that the Coronavirus affords a cover for cascading failures in China’s corrupt and shifty banking system. The country had already stepped across some frontiers in demographics, energy consumption, and industrial growth that were shoving it toward contraction for the first time in two generations. Coronavirus has shut down a lot […]

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Madman Mario’s Massive Monetary Malignancy—Europe’s Financial System Is Broken And Growth Is Back To Zero

 Eurostat’s preliminary estimates show real GDP in the EA19 increased by the tiniest amount, rising just 0.094% in Q4 when compared with Q3 (seasonally adjusted). That was down from the prior quarter’s seemingly anemic +0.274% (revised).     

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