Bits and Pieces – 20171029, Sunday

WWIII: Again I ask why Britain is beating the American war drum: British Secretary Of State Refuses to Rule Out A “Preemptive Strike” On North Korea?

The American Empire (AE): On a tip from a friend here’s a short video and a short article on the final stage of empire: The 7 Signs Of An Empire In Decline and What Happened To Normal People When The Roman Economy Fell Apart? The application is not just to the AE unless you consider most of the Western countries as vassal states. The decadence is pervasive well beyond the US. I think I linked this video by Chalmers Johnson some time ago but here it is again: DECLINE of EMPIRES: The Signs of Decay. One might take WWIII as the event that ends Western empire. Here’s one further comparison to the Roman Empire: Washington Is “The New Rome”.

Bits and Pieces: Here’s a good article addressing freedom of speech on campus: Campus insanity versus freedom of┬áspeech. From a friend and beyond comment: Prof: Algebra, geometry perpetuate white privilege.

Coming our way: Madagascar Hospitals On High Alert: “No One Is Safe” From The Black Plague?

Insight into foreign control of the insurgency trying to overthrow the Syrian government: Bombshell NSA Memo: Saudi Arabia Ordered Attack On Damascus International Airport With US Knowledge.

Offering some clarity on the actions of Gulf states with the US in creating the Syrian war which of course created our refugee crisis: In Shocking, Viral Interview, Qatar Confesses Secrets Behind Syrian War.

When a conspiracy theory is corroborated, is it still a conspiracy theory: The One Paragraph You Need To Read From The JFK Assassination Files That May Change Everything.

Canada Corner: The headline says it: 4 In 10 Canadians Can Not Cover Basic Expenses Without Going Deeper In Debt.

I skimmed the IMF Global Financial Stability Report October 2017: Is Growth at Risk? Rather than quote various passages I will offer a generalization. Canada when it is mentioned is done so with economies like Brazil and China and a few others that have inherent financial and economic risk to downturns. The reason s are high house prices, high personal debt and high debt servicing costs. We are way to complacent.

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