Saturday 15th of August 2020

the end of traditional liberalism...

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Many people blame Donald Trump for the end of traditional liberalism. And they are right. Yet, our moral compass has been out of kilter for a long time, if we had one in the first place anyway.

 

Recently, our hypocritical superiority has taken a torpedo in the Covid19 backside. But the change started in 2016, when Hillary — the warrior woman — lost to an idiot. We had to become a bit more humble.

 

Trump isn't the guilty party, here. Since the end of WW2, instead of a league of nations working together, we've had a one sided view of a fake-currency indebted empire which, as we're seeing at the moment, is becoming short-lived because it has been short-sighted all along: us-good, them-bad.

 

the new dictator...

who knew

The director of the World Health Organization has warned that we can never go back to normal after the coronavirus outbreak that has killed approximately 650,000 worldwide. But every year the normal flu kills about that many...so why the lockdowns and forced masks and destruction of the economy for this one? What is the real agenda behind this mass hysteria? Also today - as the Sun Belt "spike" continues to fade, what will be the next tyrant move to terrify - and terrorize - the population? Cuomo's attack on chicken wings. Watch today's Liberty Report...

 

the "loath-trump" republican-democrat alliance to vote for biden-the-warmonger...

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After President Trump stated his desire to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, Germany and South Korea, the bipartisan war party sprang into action.

¡ OLE !

ole

Spain is fighting to save its embattled tourism industry after the UK government imposed a 14-day quarantine on all arrivals from the country.

no one is above the law, no matter how rich or powerful...

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In September, Jeff Bezos, Amazon's chief executive, rattled off terrifying statistics about the warming planet from the storied National Press Club, two blocks from the White House. Then he said he had something exciting to announce.

thirty-one years later...

china.

Several countries, including the US and the UK, have proposed measures to protect Hong Kong residents fleeing potential political persecution from China’s new national-security law.

China passed the new legislation this week, which criminalizes what it deems secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with a foreign country.

Hong Kong police have already arrested at least ten people suspected of violating the law.

Activists have called the enaction of the law the “end of Hong Kong that the world knew before” and “the greatest threat to human rights in the city’s recent history.”

Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

a trickle ain't a river...

trickle

“The biggest deficit since World War II” was the important phrase repeatedly linked to Josh Frydenberg’s economic update on Thursday.

kanbra in lock step with washington...

formal request

Australia has formally rejected China's territorial and maritime claims in the South China Sea, aligning itself more closely with the US as tensions rise.

methane reductions...

parfum de cow

Edible seaweed has long been a staple in Asian cuisines, but now its target market is shifting to the four-legged consumer.

 

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