Monthly Archives: February 2019

Putin’s Worries Deepen

Russia’s military is not what it should be if Putin wants to project an image of global power. Mr. Putin is worried that Russia is weak, and getting weaker. The picture that emerges is that Russia’s armed forces are not … Continue reading

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Crime and Punishment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Today’s Prisons are Barbaric As horrific as prison conditions in medium and maximum security US prisons are, it is not difficult to find prisons elsewhere with much harsher conditions. The 5 most barbaric prisons in the world can be found … Continue reading

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Should Andy McCabe be Executed for Treason?

If So, Perhaps He Should Not Be Alone Disgraced former FBI Director Andy McCabe confessed on the air that he conspired with other government officials to remove a constitutionally elected President of the United States from office. This conspiracy has … Continue reading

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The World’s Stupid Misapprehension of China

To understand the prospects for today’s China, one must see the obstacles and setbacks to China’s goals domestically (see video) and overseas via the OBOR plan. Do not listen to official CCP spokespersons or the well-paid overseas China sockpuppet “journalists” … Continue reading

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You Better Feel Oppressed, Dammit!

Leah McSweeney is a writer and a founder of a clothing line. She recently wrote an article in Penthouse describing problems she’d been having with her social justice-conscious and completely woke boyfriend: While I was ranting about the insanity of … Continue reading

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“a mirage in a desert that will soon entirely collapse”

… about 80% of Chinese people’s wealth is in the form of real estate, totaling over $65 trillion in value — almost twice the size of all G-7 economies combined. A significant slowdown could, therefore, have a substantial impact on … Continue reading

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US Government Stuck in Deep Debt Rut

According to respected China economist Michael Pettis, US debt must continue to rise. In the article linked above, Pettis explains that the US has fallen into a debt trap from which it will be extrememly difficult to escape — although … Continue reading

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New Oil Discovery? Get in Line

They Keep Discovering Big New Oil Deposits! To the vast annoyance of oil hedgers and peak oil doomers, large new oil fields are being discovered from Guyana to South Africa to Iran to Scotland to Texas to the Gulf of … Continue reading

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Solution to Europocalypse: The Truman Show?

Europe is Dying A number of mortal blows have fallen on Europe over the past 100+ years, including World War I, World War II, the Communist blight of the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union with its cold war and … Continue reading

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China’s “S Curve” of Growth and Stagnation

Is China Already in Decline? The Chinese economy is not growing at 6.5 percent. It is probably growing by less than half of that. Not everyone agrees that the rate is that low, of course, but there is nonetheless a … Continue reading

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