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The Great Year

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Just as the Earth’s spin on its axis causes day and night and it’s annual orbit around the Sun is responsible for the ongoing cycle of the seasons, what if there is some greater celestial cycle, lasting thousands of years, slowly influencing the rise and fall of civilization across the globe? To many ancient cultures, the answers lie in the stars. In their view, time moved in a cyclical pattern, with human civilization and consciousness rising and falling as great ages came and went.

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Solar Researchers Try to Warn About Global Food Shortages (748)

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Professor Valentina Zharkova presented at the Global Warming Policy Forum, and this is what happens when someone familiar with Grand Solar Minimums and the effects on society tries to warn about global food insecurity within a decade. Giraffes in snow, atmospheric compression events and uber extremes are a wisp of what is in store through the next decade.

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New Colonialism and the Colonial Media

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The seven Middle East wars of the last two decades mark a new colonial era, driven by a failing empire. But colonization is banned these days, so an ideological cover is needed, and with today’s highly literate populations that cover is provided by an embedded colonial media, backed up by a well-paid NGO sector.

This colonial media is required to recycle the new colonial myths, that vicious predatory invasions are ‘humanitarian interventions’, that terrorist proxy wars are ‘civil wars’ led by peaceful protestors,

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China – die Abschaffung der Privatsphäre 1. Teil

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Bis zum Jahre 2020 soll in China ein alles umfassendes Bewertungssystem für Bürger und Unternehmen entstehen. In einigen chinesischen Provinzen laufen dafür bereits Tests. Der E-Commerce-Riese Alibaba hat dafür mit „Sesame Credit“ eine Vorlage geliefert. Der Datenschutz hat in Asien so gut wie keine Bedeutung und deshalb wird die Bevölkerung zukünftig auch problemlos durchleuchtet werden können. George Orwells Utopie „1984“ ist damit nicht nur eingeholt, sondern locker übertroffen worden.

Das soziale Bewertungssystem

Im Kern beruht es auf das Scoring-Verfahren in der Finanzwirtschaft.

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Friedrich Merz, Steuerbetrug und BlackRock – die Blendgranateneinschläge kommen näher

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Gefeiert und kritisiert – so könnte das Zwischenfazit der Berichterstattung über den wie ein Phönix aus der Asche emporgestiegenen potentiellen Merkel-Nachfolger Friedrich Merz zusammengefasst werden. Dumm nur, dass sich die allermeisten Medien bei ihrer Kritik gegen Merz auf die vermeintliche Beteiligung des Finanzgiganten BlackRock bei den Cum-Cum und Cum-Ex-Steuerbetrugsfällen fokussieren, bei denen Merz zumindest bei BlackRock gar keine große Rolle gespielt hat. Diese Vorwürfe werden an ihm abprallen und im schlimmsten Fall kann er sich danach sogar als Saubermann präsentieren.

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Malaysian Prime Minister Fumes „Obviously We Have Been Cheated By Goldman Sachs“

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Goldman Sachs famously avoided liability after the Libyan Investment Authority accused the bank of squandering more than $1.5 billion belonging to the country’s sovereign wealth fund after the bank plied employees of the fund with „hookers and five-star hotels“ before losing all of their money in complex derivatives trades. But as the DOJ ramps up an investigation into the bank’s role in the sprawling 1MDB scandal (the federal government believes Goldman helped now-jailed former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak siphon $4.5 billion from the fund),

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The Yemen War Death Toll Is Five Times Higher Than We Think – We Can’t Shrug Off Our Responsibilities Any Longer

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The absence of credible figures for the death toll in Yemen until now, has made it easier for foreign powers to shrug off accusations they are complicit in a human disaster. One reason Saudi Arabia and its allies are able to avoid a public outcry over their intervention in the war in Yemen, is that the number of people killed in the fighting has been vastly understated. The figure is regularly reported as 10,000 dead in three-and-a-half years,

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The WWI Conspiracy

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What was World War One about? How did it start? Who won? And what did they win? Now, 100 years after those final shots rang out, these questions still puzzle historians and laymen alike. But as we shall see, this confusion is not a happenstance of history, but the wool that has been pulled over our eyes to stop us from seeing what WWI really was. This is the story of WWI that you didn’t read in the history books.

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The Marble Framework – How the CIA Obfuscates and Pretends to be Someone Else

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While I posted on this subject last year, the fact that it got almost no traction in the Western/American media is quite telling. Given the ongoing and rather tiresome Russophobia that makes headline news day after day after day and Donald Trumps recent comments on America’s intelligence network, I thought that the subject was worth repeating.

In early March 2017, WikiLeaks began to publish a massive treasure trove of documents that appeared to be CIA spying secrets,

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