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My Memories of Henry Kissinger: A different Interpretation of the Man

My Memories of Henry Kissinger AP: Paul Craig Roberts, Henry Kissinger, Indiana Express

  Henry Kissinger at 100 years of age left the world he temporarily altered for the better after watching the neoconservatives in the Clinton, George W. Bush, Obama, Trump, and Biden regimes wipe out his accomplishments. My Memories of Henry Kissinger: Kissinger was not a neoconservative who believed in US hegemony over the world.  He believed in stability.  American power was to …

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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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A critical examination of the 9/11 official story

Post 9/11 crimes came the downfall of America: Herland Report Getty

  Herland Report: Over the years many have questioned what really happened during the 9/11 World Trade Center attack in New York, 2001, when Al Qaida linked Islamists hijacked airplanes and performed suicide attacks in the US. So we were told. Yet, the World Trade Center Building 7 has remained a mystery, as no planes were flown into this building, …

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U.S. must approach China with humility, its history is 5000 years, wiser and older

West Lost Dominant Position U.S. must approach China with humility: AP

  Herland Report: U.S. must approach China with humility: China has been around for 5,000 years. The United States has been around for 250 years. And it’s not surprising that a juvenile like the United States would have difficulty dealing with a wiser, older civilization, writes Kishore Mahbubani, one of the leading Asian academics whose influence has shaped the intellectual debate …

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