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Impact of BRICS Summit Begin To Break Out in East Asia

The paradigm-shifting importance of this week’s BRICS summit in Brazil and its joint announcement of the New Development Band (NDB) and the currency fund, is beginning to break out in East Asia. China, of course, has given the events and … Continue reading

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British Empire’s Economist Latest Tall Tale, “Russia Intends To Take All Ukraine”

Keeping the hype up to trigger a full-fledged worldwide conflict around Ukraine, the British establishment’s mouthpiece, the Economist magazine, in an article “The Disappearing Country,” on April 13 says the Kiev authorities have lost their hold on Donbass and a … Continue reading

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The Economist: Obama’s A Wimp — He Must Confront Russia

The Economist, voice of the British Empire, was quick to respond to Obama’s open threat of war on Russia, calling him a wimp who has to be forced to stand up to Putin. Putin, they wrote Sunday, responded to “Obama’s … Continue reading

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The Economist: Nuclear Confrontation Is Difficult, but Necessary

The Economist has again proven itself a loyal spokesman for the Empire, this time insisting that a nuclear confrontation with Russia “is difficult, but it has to be done.” The cover of the Feb. 22-28 issue is a picture of … Continue reading

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British Writers Laud World Reflation; Point to ‘Success’ of 1930s Japan

In columns published in the past few days, British financial oracles have praised the coming regime of “reflation” of the world economy, both citing the precedent of the “success” of Japan’s 1930s Finance Minister Korekiyo Takahashi. In a column in … Continue reading

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