How the US Empire was made in North Korea, by Niall Bradley MUST READ. The info contained is a WOW!
The US has a long history of propping up crazy Asian dictators – from imperial Japan to ‘Christian’ Chiang Kai-shek in ‘New’ China to Catholic Diem in the short-lived US invention of South Vietnam. ‘North’ Korea is similarly a US invention. After existing for hundreds of years as a sovereign country, Korea fell under Japanese imperial influence in the late 19th century. The Japanese had by then become the ‘Yankees of the Far East’ and so accepting were they of civilized Western ways (and Anglo-Saxon values in particular), that the US and British empires were ableot convince the Japanese that they should expand their empire as a check against Russian economic expansion in the Far East and as a vehicle through which to ‘Americanize’ China and the wider region.
European Union foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, has criticized the “unpredictable” US foreign policy under Donald Trump, and says the EU can become the main international partner of Russia, India and China.
“One thing is true for the European Union that is not necessarily true for our partners in NATO and the US. We know very well that there is not one single security threat in our world that can only be faced with military means.”
ogherini said she was surprised during recent visits to Beijing, New Delhi and Moscow, that all these countries want a “strong EU” and desire closer ties “not just in economy and trade, but security and humanitarian development, climate change, and foreign policy.”
The Taliban increase their attacks across Afghanistan every spring, targeting government officials and the US-led foreign forces in the country, with many ordinary people also often falling victim to the attacks
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is one of the youngest and most promising economic alliances in the world today. In a relatively short time, the union has achieved considerable success and become an attractive partner for many states on the sidelines. The EAEU mainly focuses on consolidating the economic cooperation of Eastern countries. On this basis, a free trade area (FTA) with Vietnam has already been established, and by the end of 2017, an agreement on an FTA with Singapore should be signed. Negotiations are currently underway with Iran, Thailand, India and other states. Despite the fact that the main goal of the EAEU is the economic integration of Eurasian countries, the influence of this multinational association is beginning to spread beyond the region. For instance, Egypt, one of the most developed states in Africa, is showing great interest in establishing structures of cooperation with the EAEU.
The EAEU includes five countries (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Kyrgyzstan), which are rich in natural resources and have a total population of about 184 million people. In the first few months since the beginning of the work of the EAEU in 2015, economic cooperation between its members has grown exponentially. This attracted the interest of other countries.
MINT Partners’ Head of Capital Markets Bill Blain is looking forward to a productive weekend with no shocks.
Response to Macron email hacking demonstrates that in France free speech is dead . . . sounds familiar.
A non-judicial state body has threatened publishers with criminal prosecution.
Nearly 9 gigabytes of information from private emails belonging to French Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron have been leaked after an apparent hack. The leaks came to light late Friday evening, less than two days before polls open in the final round of elections.
The hack is said to contain business documents and related photos.
Macron’s campaign have said that some of the leaked files are fake.
Wikileaks is currently running each document through its copious verification process.
But this is not even the main story.
The main story is that the French Election Control Commission released a statement threatening legal, including criminal action against anyone who publishes the content of the leaks. . . continue reading
Financial analyst: “There is a massive amount of financial engineering supporting the stock market right now” (Video), by Mac Slavo
If you’ve been following mainstream financial analysts and pundits you’d think that the U.S. economy was booming again. Prices are near all time highs, people are living in fancy homes again, everyone has a brand new car, and official unemployment is below 5%.
Happy days are back again, just like back in the late 1920’s.
But Traders Choice analyst and “Fed Predictor” Gregory Mannarino has a different theory, and according to his latest alert, the situation with the U.S. economy and financial markets is critical . . .
American workers, as a whole, are facing a disagreeable disorder. Their debt burdens are increasing. Their incomes are stagnating.
There are many reasons why. In truth, it would take several large volumes to chronicle all of them. But when you get down to the ‘lick log’ of it all, the disorder stems from decades of technocratic intervention that have stripped away any semblance of a free functioning, self-correcting economy.
The financial system circa 2017, and the economy that supports it, has been stretched to the breaking point. Shortsighted fiscal and monetary policies have propagated it. The result is a failing financial order that has become near intolerable for all but the gravy supping political class and their cronies.
In Part Two I will discuss recent events, false flags, and propaganda campaigns utilized by the Deep State to push the world to the brink of war.
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Please help keep track of Oroville Dam News . . . Dave Hodges (co-intel) is now saying the dam is being sabotaged, but I just don’t trust his posts. These videos sound more realistic — and it’s not good news. My sense of this situation is that the plan is for this and the financial situation, etc. to all happen at once.