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“Own Nothing and Be Happy”: The Great Reset’s Vision of the Future

Colin Todhunter The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, Switzerland, brings together international business and political leaders, economists and other high-profile individuals...

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WATCH: Your Guide to The Great Reset

You’ve all heard by now that The Great Reset is upon us. But what is The Great Reset, exactly, and what does it mean for the future of humanity?...

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Fabricating a Pandemic – Who Could Organize It and Why

In recent years, what we call the Free World maintains its way of life simply by going deeper and deeper into debt. This situation cannot continue indefinitely, and very...

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The COVID19 Scamdemic – Part 1

Iain Davis Among many similar globalist states, The UK State is a public-private partnership between government, financial institutions, multinational corporations, global think tanks, and well funded third sector organisations,...

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Post-Brexit Agrochemical Apocalypse for the UK?

The British government, regulators and global agrochemical corporations are colluding with each other and are thus engaging in criminal behaviour. That’s the message put forward in a new report...

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The Great Reset Fraud

Like everyone, I would love to live in a pollution-free world. I would love to see human civilization strike a balance with nature and at the risk of sounding...

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Capitalism and the Throttling of Democracy in India

Colin Todhunter The deregulation of international capital flows (financial liberalisation) has effectively turned the planet into a free-for-all bonanza for the world’s richest capitalists. Under the post-World-War Two Bretton...

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Putin’s Call For A New System and the 1944 Battle Of Bretton Woods

Matthew Ehret As today’s world teeters on the brink of a financial collapse greater than anything the world experienced in either 1923 Weimar or the 1929 Great depression, a...

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Opposing lockdown is NOT “profits before people”

Ever since the UK entered "lockdown", those pushing for it to end have been labelled "callous" or "selfish" or accused of putting profits before people. Meanwhile millions are unemployed...

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The Everything Bubble, Fictitious Capital and Coronavirus

Frank Lee The years since the 1970s are unprecedented in terms of their volatility in the price of commodities, currencies, real estate and stocks. There have been 4 waves...

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Sugar and Spice and Everything Vice: the Empire’s Sin City of London

Cynthia Chung The over 1000 point plunge of the stock market on Feb 27th and broader ruptures of the financial system last week have been yet another wake up...

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Why the Coming Economic Collapse Will NOT be Caused by Corona Virus

Matthew Ehret With last Monday’s 1000 point stock market plunge the internet has been set ablaze with discussion of a new crash looming on the horizon. The fact that...

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REVIEW: Global Justice and Finance

Philip Roddis Paleontologists tell us homo sapiens sapiens has walked the earth for 140,000 years, 130,000 of them as hunter gatherers. Social animals, poorly equipped for solo survival, we...

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(Neo)Liberalism and its Discontents

Frank Lee FROM CLASSICAL LIBERALISM TO NEO-LIBERALISM The contemporary neo-liberal coalition consisting politically of a centre-left, centre, and centre-right – what we might call the neo-liberal blob – has...

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Sanctions, Security and the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

Binoy Kampmark The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, construction of which is intended to transport 55 billion cubic metres of Russian gas to Germany per year under the Baltic...

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REVIEW: Creative Destruction – How to start an economic renaissance

Frank Lee CYCLES OF CAPITALIST ACCUMULATION A recession is defined in economics as two or more quarters of negative growth. A depression, on the other hand, comprises a sharp...

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GOSPLAN COMES TO THE US

Frank Lee During the early years of the Thatcher regime, Conservative MP, Sir Ian Gilmour, served as a member of the new Conservative government elected to power in 1979....

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Agrochemical Apocalypse

Colin Todhunter The renowned author and whistleblower Evaggelos Vallianatos describes British environmentalist and campaigner Dr Rosemary Mason as a “defender of the natural world and public health.” I first came...

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Can the US beat China in a “trade war”?

Andre Vltchek It is very popular these days to talk and write about the “trade war” between the United States and China. But is there really one raging? Or...

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Asia-Pacific Trade Deal: Trading Away Indian Agriculture?

Colin Todhunter On the back of Brexit, there are fears in the UK that a trade deal will be struck with Washington which will effectively lower food and environmental...

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