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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Russia Warns Of ‘Precise And Painful’ Response To Any Future US Sanctions

Russia is continuing to warn the West of further attacks against Russia. Whether it be in the form of missiles or sanctions, the former Soviet Union doesn’t seem like they wish to play “war games” any longer. The United States this month added several Russian firms and officials to a sanctions blacklist in response to […]

US Sub That Attacked Syria “Not Welcome” Back To Italy

Authored by Darius Shahtamasebi via, The U.S. nuclear submarine that helped U.S., U.K., and French forces commit an act of war against Syria last week is no longer welcome near the waters of Italy’s largest seaports, Newsweek reports. Citing Italian newspaper La Repubblica, Newsweek reported that Naples Mayor Luigi de Magistris wrote last week to Rear Admiral Arturo Faraone, […]

Another Debt-Bomb Exposes “Limits” In The Nordic Junk “Casino”

“In Nordic high yield you can easily think you’re buying a Ferrari and it turns out it’s not…” – Evgeny Artemenkov, a high-yield money manager at Saastopankki in Helsinki. That, it turns out, is the understatement of the year,  as Bloomberg notes,  the least corrupt countries in Europe are home to its most dangerous bond […]

Germany Recession Indicator Flashes Yellow

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, The ECB will soon be in a bind as the European economy slows. Germany leads the slowdown… Gustav Horn, one of Germany’s most-experienced business-cycle analysts, says the Possibility of German Recession Increases Noticeably. The following snips are via Goggle translation from German. The uncertainty in the economy and especially in […]

Largest Chinese Naval Drill “In 600 Years” Begins: Live-Fire Exercise In Taiwan Strait

Last week, the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) assembled all of its most advanced warships, aircraft, and nuclear submarines for a massive show of force in the South China Sea. We explained, how the 3-day war drill from April 10 through 13 would be held in the waters south of China’s Hainan Island. Asia Times estimates some 10,000 […]

The Road To 2025 (Part 1) – Prepare For A Multi-Polar World

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, If pressed to describe what I think the next several years will look like as concisely as possible, I’d simply provide the following quote, often misattributed to Lenin: “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” There will be many such weeks […]

Hong Kong Dollar Spikes Most In 3 Months As HKMA Chief Jawbones

Having blown through almost US$7 billion in the last few days to rescue the Hong Kong Dollar from breaking the weaker-end of its peg-band, the HKD is jumping (most in 3 months) following comments that HKMA doesn’t see “large-scale shorting” but more arbitrage activities. In a press briefing, Hong Kong Monetary Authority Deputy Chief Executive […]

The Syrian Conflict Is A Distraction From A Secret War

Authored by Brandon Smith via, Back in March 2010 I published an article titled ‘Will Globalists Trigger Yet Another World War?’under the pen name Giordano Bruno describing what I felt would be the most effective triggers for a new global conflict. In that article I pointed to Syria as the primary powder keg, followed in […]

Warsh, Druckenmiller Buy “Basis” – The Central-Bank-Inspired “Stable” Cryptocurrency

Three Princeton grads just raised $133 million from some of Wall Street and Silicon Valley’s biggest investors for a cryptocurrency that is ‘boring by design’… On Wednesday, the New Jersey-based cryptocurrency startup ‘Basis’ announced it had raised $133 million in a round backed by venture capital firms including GV (formerly Google Ventures), Bain Capital, Lightspeed […]

Social Media Now Being Used By Police And Intelligence Agencies To Collect Biometrics

Authored by Nicholas West via, Amid the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle over their general surveillance and misuse of users’ private data, there is an emerging trend that is infinitely more disturbing. The first story popped up in the UK yesterday where police admitted to using a photo sent through WhatsApp to cull fingerprints for […]