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The American De-Industrialization and Poverty

The American De-Industrialization: Staggering 40 % believes Biden suffers from dementia, cognitive ailment, turning senile, People

  Herland Report: The American De-Industrialization: As I recently wrote, the US no longer has an economy.  America is a market for goods produced offshore with foreign labor that US global corporations sell to Americans.   The US which once produced its own manufactured goods and food now imports much of it.  The result is that fewer and fewer American incomes are based …

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The United States Could Easily Lose the New Cold War

The United States Could Easily Lose: Geneva 2021: Reuters

  Herland Report: The United States Could Easily Lose: Since the United States seems serious about confronting China in an extended contest for global supremacy, it had better start getting its own house in order. Other countries will not want to ally themselves with a power that rests on increasingly uncertain economic, social, and political foundations. In seeking the world’s …

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Covid and the Ukraine war spells the death of Hyper Globalism

Hyper Globalism is over: Ammo

  Herland Report: Hyper Globalism is over: The post-1990s era of hyper-globalization is now commonly acknowledged to have come to an end. The COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s war against Ukraine have relegated global markets to a secondary and at best supporting role behind national objectives – in particular, public health and national security. But all the talk about deglobalization should …

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Europe: The slave of America – WND

Europe, slave of America: Western sanctions hurt the West: Getty

  Herland Report: Europe, slave of America: The war in Ukraine has made it dreadfully clear that Europe has lost its independence and solely functions as a servant of American interests. European politicians are simply not working for the best interests of Europe. Rather, they are scrambling desperately to implement sanctions that weaken their own economies and make Russia filthy …

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Prepare for the Reality of Financial Collapse

Financial Collapse: Getty

  Herland Report: Financial Collapse: Financial experts and insiders have, for well over a decade, warned that a collapse of the U.S. currency is a mathematical inevitability, and this collapse will have global ramifications, as the dollar is the world’s reserve currency. U.S. inflation is currently at 8.3%, but in some markets, it’s in the double digits. Used car sales, …

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The Global Financial Revolution and the End of the PetroDollar hegemony?

The Global Financial Revolution:The Covid Deception Is a Power Grab: Private Corporate Interests now Rule the World: US dollar

Herland Report: The Global Financial Revolution: 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 …

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Western sanctions may hurt the West and especially Europe much more than Russia

Europe, slave of America: Western sanctions hurt the West: Getty

  Herland Report: Western sanctions hurt the West: The strategy of imposing economic sanctions to hurt Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, may produce an economic fallout that is very different from what many expected. Who will be the economic losers from the Ukraine-Russia conflict in the short and long run? With soaring oil, gas and other commodities prices, Russia’s …

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Federal Reserve printing money out of thin air: How to Rig a Market

The Federal Reserve printing money, Herland Report, Paul Craig Roberts, David Rockefeller

  Herland Report: Federal Reserve printing money out of thin air: The theory is that the lower interest rate encourages consumer spending and business investment and that this increase in consumer and business spending results in more output and employment. What few, if any, economists and financial market commentators understand is that today all markets are rigged by the plunge protection …

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