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George Soros: Dystopia’s Minister of Truth

George Soros: Dystopia’s Minister of Truth

“We live in interesting times when protesters act out the tantrum of a super-rich man who did not get his way despite all his money.” Dady Chery Eighty-six-year old Hungarian-American, George Soros, is a very rich man. He currently ranks number 46 in the very exclusive club of richest persons in the world. In 1947, as […]

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Six Ways Trump Can Help Haiti Recover from Clinton Disaster

Six Ways Trump Can Help Haiti Recover from Clinton Disaster

Donald Trump won the United States presidency against Hillary Clinton because he was the only candidate who seriously competed against her. One of President-Elect Trump’s major prizes in the election was the swing state of Florida, which flickered between red and blue throughout much of the night of November 8-9, 2016, eventually to remain a […]

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Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Trump Land Shock Wave: Empire Inc on Steroids or Drain the Swamp?

Donald Trump’s election is viewed by most on the United States’ left coast and worldwide as a regressive historical anomaly. It has left the political class in Washington, and the rest of the world, in a state of shock. The type of nightmarish hangover that a drunk time traveler would get if he was accidentally […]

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Globalization Expressway to Universal Slavery

Globalization Expressway to Universal Slavery

If humans were largely moral and ethical beings, then globalization could be a workable proposition. Unfortunately, the dark behavioral narcissism expressed by compulsive greed and an infinite appetite for power seems to have become the guiding precept of our collective nightmare. If only the desire to dominate others and have a lot more than them […]

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Haiti’s Cholera Spreading, Money Grubbing, United Nations Plague

Haiti’s Cholera Spreading, Money Grubbing, United Nations Plague

If the United Nations caused 10,000 deaths and 700,000 cholera infections after Haiti’s January 12, 2010 disastrous earthquake, then it stands to reason that a continued association with the UN after six years of inaction on the cholera, plus the ravages of Hurricane Matthew, could only lead to more Haitian deaths. Former UN Secretary General, Ban […]

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