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China’s Xi Sets His Sights on Taiwan After Subduing Hong Kong (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg title: China’s Xi Sets His Sights on Taiwan After Subduing Hong Kong Bloomberg subtitle: The leader wants to continue on the path of Mao and Deng by bringing more territory under Beijing’s control. By: Iain Marlow and Cindy Wang Date: 30 July 2020 "Ever since Mao Zedong triumphed in 1949, prompting his Nationalist enemies to flee to Taiwan, Communist...

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‘Het is tijd om mentaal afscheid te nemen van Amerika’ (FD)

Noot LO: een lezenswaardig recent FD artikel met een interessante en overtuigende analyse van de Portugese oud-minister Bruno Maçães. Hierin komen ook een aantal thema's voor waarover ik zelf regelmatig schrijf: - de onherroepelijke opkomst van socialisme in Amerika (2015, 2018, 2019-1, 2019-2, 2020); - het geloofssysteem Data/Info dat het geloofssysteem de...

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The height of civilizations moves West

The height of civilizations moves West

The prophecies of the American clairvoyant Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) include a fascinating unresolved one about the future of China. It also argues that the height of civilizations moves West. For a long time, I've been eager to verify that. Please see my diagram below. My diagram seems to confirm Edgar Cayce's statement that the height of civilizations...

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A tale of daring, violence and intrigue from a North Korea embassy (FT)

Financial Times title: A tale of daring, violence and intrigue from a North Korea embassy FT subtitle: Report on events in Madrid sheds light on activists working to bring down Kim regime “It was an unusual sight in the normally quiet streets of the wealthy Valdermarín neighbourhood on the edge of Madrid: an Asian woman, badly injured, stumbling down the pavement...

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Britain’s public finances worse than Gambia, Uganda and Kenya, because of privatisation, IMF finds (Independent)

Independent title: Britain's public finances worse than Gambia, Uganda and Kenya, because of privatisation, IMF finds Independent subtitle: Bank bailouts, rising pension liabilities and sell-off of public assets have wiped £1 trillion off UK’s net wealth, study suggests "Britain’s underlying public finances are among the worst in the world, behind the Gambia, Uganda...

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Brexiters misunderstand the European project (FT)

FT title: Brexiters misunderstand the European project FT subtitle: It is legitimate to believe the EU has over-reached, but not to despise its goals “What happened to the confidence and ideals of the European dream? The EU was set up to protect freedom. It was the Soviet Union that stopped people leaving. The lesson from history is clear: if you turn the EU club...

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