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Hanne Nabintu interviews Bishop Harry Jackson: Racial Tribalism leads to hatred, we need Healing

  Herland Report: Hanne Nabintu Herland speaks with one of America’s top spiritual leaders, Bishop Harry Jackson in this exclusive interview, about the level of divisiveness, hatred, strife and conflict in the United States. Bishop Harry Jackson was one of the chief conveners of The Reconciled Church: Healing the Racial Divide Movement; an effort to heal the racial division first …

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The Liberals want a Race War: People should Walk Away

Liberals want a Race War: Herland Report, Getty

  For many decades, liberal Democrats have pretended to care about so-called “people of color” and “minorities.” They’ve successfully waged a PR campaign to fool non-whites, non-Christians, women and so-called “LGBTQ” people, tricking these people into giving them power. They’ve done this by offering free stuff, saying the government would take care of them. They’ve done it by making these …

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The Ruthless Strategy of Persecuting the Orthodox Church in Ukraine may Backfire

Metaphysical Reflection and Morality:

    As the Ukrainian government is now engaged in a militant atheist Soviet Union type of manhunt and persecution against traditional Orthodox Christians who pledge loyalty to Ukraine, this may be a mistake that will impact the Russia-Ukraine war in unexpected ways. Persecuting the Orthodox Church in Ukraine: The forced politization of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine may easily …

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Without Firing a Shot: How Islam Overcame the West

How Islam Overcame the West: Islamic Religious Syncretism: Istanbul, Hagia Sophia, Turkey

  How Islam Overcame the West: In his well-known history of Western civilization, Edward Gibbon (1737-1794) offered an interesting “what if” scenario concerning the pivotal Battle of Tours (732 A.D.), when a massive Muslim army—which had terrorized, slaughtered, and enslaved every Christian on its path—was finally halted and defeated by the Franks in the middle of France. Had the Muslims actually won, Gibbon …

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The trend of cutting dependence on the US dollar is gaining steam across the globe

Cutting dependence on the US dollar: cutting dependence on the US dollar and switching to national means of payment in international settlements is gaining steam, SputnikGlobe

  As the dollar declines, so does Washington’s power. Cutting dependence on the US dollar: The De-Dollarization discussion suffers from holdover thinking that a reserve currency is needed.  No reserve currency is needed.  Countries can settle their trade balances in their own currencies or contracts can specify the currencies of trade transactions.   Countries with low inflation and low debt will have stronger …

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The Global Financial Revolution and the End of the PetroDollar hegemony

The Global Financial Revolution and the End of the PetroDollar hegemony

  No country has successfully challenged the U.S. dollar’s global hegemony—until now. How did this happen and what will it mean? Foreign critics have long chafed at the “exorbitant privilege” of the U.S. dollar as global reserve currency. The U.S. can issue this currency backed by nothing but the “full faith and credit of the United States.” Foreign governments, needing …

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