Europe

5 posts categorized as "Europe"

National Self-Perception

February 5, 2019, by Roland Manarin

Thomas Jefferson once said: “History hath shown that, even under the best forms, those entrusted with power have, in time and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” He said this more than 100 years ago. However, his prediction has become true today for the United States. As Jeff Thomas wrote in an article published…

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On Contact: The history of debt forgiveness

December 21, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Millions of Americans today are trapped in some kind of debt – credit card debt, bank debt, student debt, mortage debt, to name a few – most of which can never be repaid. This debt continues to “siphon off larger portions of our income,” said journalist Chris Hedges in a video published via the program,…

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Katie Hopkins Has a Message for America that Applies to the Whole World

October 9, 2018, by Roland Manarin

English media personality Katie Hopkins loves her country. It’s been good to her and she’s not quick to talk it down. But in a speech delivered to an audience of Americans, she said: “Do not let this great country become the United Kingdom. Do not allow America to fall the way Europe has fallen.” Hopkins…

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Everyone is Smart Except Trump

August 5, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Donald Trump doesn’t know what he’s doing when it comes to negotiating with Vladimir Putin. Yes, he got elected president, and yes, he is a billionaire. But when it comes to negotiating, he just can’t do the job. Or so they say at MSNBC. In fact, Anderson Cooper, and the whole crew at MSNBC seem…

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Situation in Europe Provides “Heads Up” on What Not To Do

February 21, 2014, by Roland Manarin

A recent article in Reuters disclosed how a “EU executive sees personal savings used to plug long-term financial gap.” The article provides background on how “the savings of the European Union’s 500 million citizens could be used to fund long-term investments to boost the economy and help plug the gap left by banks since the…

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