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What a war with North Korea would probably look like

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Why is an aimless quagmire war with massive potential global financial repercussions more likely under Trump? Because Trump ran under a nationalist conservative banner, and he will forever be labeled a nationalist conservative even if his behavior appears to be more globalist in nature. Rhetoric is often more psychologically powerful in the minds of the masses than action. Therefore, everything Trump does from now on will also be labeled a product of the “nationalist conservative” ideology; including all of his screw-ups. And, with Trump in office the establishment is perfectly happy to pursue actions once considered taboo, because demonizing conservatives and liberty proponents is one of their primary objectives.

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India is a Disaster – Is Kashmir Gone?

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After 70 years of so-called independence, one has to be a professional victim not to look within oneself for the reasons for starvation, unnatural deaths, utter backwardness, drudgery, disease, and misery in India.

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Crimintern: How the Kremlin uses Russia’s criminal networks in Europe

The Russian state is highly criminalized, and the interpenetration of the criminal ‘underworld’ and the political ‘upperworld’ has led the regime to use criminals from time to time as instruments of its rule. Over the past 20 years, the role of Russian organised crime in Europe has shifted considerably. Today, Russian criminals operate less on the street and more in the shadows: as allies, facilitators and suppliers for local European gangs and continent-wide criminal networks.

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FACEBOOK AND THE COST OF MONOPOLY

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Content providers are an obvious example: Facebook passed Google as the top traffic driver back in 2015, and as of last fall drove over 40% of traffic for the average news site, even after an algorithm change that reduced publisher reach. So is that a monopoly when it comes to the content provider market?

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Alien Knowledge: How machines are advancing to the point that they can think in advanced ways that we cannot comprehend

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We are increasingly relying on machines that derive conclusions from models that they themselves have created, models that are often beyond human comprehension, models that “think” about the world differently than we do.

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Donald Trump: The unlikeliest populist

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Despite his wealth and privilege, Trump perhaps was able to channel his own past frustrations with bureaucrats, condescending Palm Beach country clubs, corrupt New York City officials, and liberal community activists into sympathy for those often neglected in Middle America. Trump, for all his glitzy lifestyle, exuded an empathy for his own workers, and, by speech and comportment, he seemed more at ease with his carpenters and electricians than with his bankers. And for those who accused Trump of being precisely what he was railing against, he often countered that all the better he knew how to fight such corruption firsthand.

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THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT'S SECRET PLAN FOR SURVIVING THE END OF THE WORLD

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Newly declassified CIA files offer a glimpse of the playbook the Trump administration will reach for if it stumbles into a nuclear war.

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SMARTPHONES ARE THE NEW CIGARETTES

Smartphones are the New Cigarettes

 

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The same way second-hand smoke harms the lungs of people around the smoker, smartphones harm the attention and focus of people around the smartphone user. It hijacks our senses. It forces us to pause our conversations and redouble our thoughts unnecessarily. It causes us to lose our train of thought and forget that important point we were constructing in our head. It erodes at our ability to connect and simply be present with one another, destroying intimacy in the process.

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WAR, TERRORISM, AND THE CHRISTIAN EXODUS FROM THE MIDDLE EAST

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Syria’s Christians are part of a mass exodus taking place throughout the Middle East, the cradle of the faith. Today, Christians are only about four per cent of the region’s more than four hundred million people—and probably less. They “have been subject to vicious murders at the hands of terrorist groups, forced out of their ancestral lands by civil wars, suffered societal intolerance fomented by Islamist groups, and subjected to institutional discrimination found in the legal codes and official practices of many Middle Eastern countries,” as several fellows at the Center for American Progress put it.

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Will France succumb to radical Islam within its borders?

... ‘No-Go’ Zones Remain Unassimilated Hotbeds of Radical Islam

In just two years, Muslim organizations in France have dragged to trial great writers such as Georges Bensoussan, Pascal Bruckner, and Renaud Camus. It is the Islamists' dream coming true: seeing "Islamophobes" on trial to restrict their freedom of expression. Charlie Hebdo's physical massacre was therefore followed by an intellectual one.

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Economists: All the financial bubbles in the U.S. economy are ready to bust

... : What’s Coming In 2015 – Dollar Breaking Bubble Ready To Burst

U.S. President Donald Trump’s election and a subsequent boost in market activity have many former economic doomsters feeling rosy about the nation’s financial future. But serious observers remain concerned that the temporary turnaround will only make the impending economic doomsday more painful.

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Progressive lies about Islam

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Pew Research has released a comprehensive study based on their estimate of 1.3 billion Muslims in the world. Pew took a snapshot of how the Muslim world felt during a four-year-study that included 38,000 face-to-face interviews in 39 countries. The good news according to Pew is that the majority of Muslims, 78 percent, do not openly support murdering infidels for Allah. The bad news is that more than 20 percent of the 1.3 to 1.5 billion Muslims in the world support violent jihad. This translates to more than 300 million Muslims who support the murder of apostate, blasphemers, gay people, cartoonists that depict Mohammad and women of questionable moral fiber. One group that studied the Pew report concluded that the Muslim world is radicalizing at breakneck speed.

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The world almost had free energy

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The world turns on oil. It powers our cars, our electrical generating plants, our factories. The entire global economy is predicated on oil. Wars are started and fought over oil. Oil funds them and fuels the fighting machines used in them. The economies of whole nations depend solely on oil. Power brokers made rich by oil control the politicians of America and most of the world. The U.S. dollar is tied to oil. So it is in the vested interest of the world’s power elite that we are dependent upon oil and remain so. But imagine a world free of fossil fuel dependence — especially oil.

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Death By China: How America Lost Its Manufacturing Base (Official Version)

This award-winning film examines the US-China trade relationship.

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The Case Against Immigration: Why the United States Should Look Out for Itself

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Most immigrants come to the United States to work. But because the U.S. legal immigration system prioritizes family relationships over job skills—and because the government has generally tolerated illegal immigration—a large share of immigrants are unskilled. In fact, half of the adult immigrants in the United States have no education beyond high school.  Such workers generally earn low wages, which means that they rely on the welfare state even though they are working. 

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The smartphone is eventually going to die, and then things are going to get really crazy

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One day, not too soon — but still sooner than you think — the smartphone will all but vanish, the way beepers and fax machines did before it. Make no mistake: We're still probably at least a decade away from any kind of meaningful shift away from the smartphone. Yet, piece by piece, the groundwork for the eventual demise of the smartphone is being laid by Elon Musk, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, and a countless number of startups that still have a part to play.

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How Socialism Ruined My Country, Brazil

Are people living under socialism better off? Brazil is a good case study. Felipe Moura Brasil, a journalist and Veja magazine columnist, explains how his country has fared under socialism.

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The Muslim Brotherhood, Fountain of Islamist Violence

The Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928 by Hassan al-Banna (third from left). An Egyptian schoolteacher from a rural town north of Cairo, Banna engaged in Islamist activities from a young age, joining a local group that intimidated and harassed Christians and non-observing Muslims in his hometown.

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Is Europe Choosing to Disappear by Committing Demographic Suicide?

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The Islamic world has launched a demographic challenge to a sterile Europe. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan recently exhorted Muslims in Europe to have five children, "because you are the future of Europe". It echoes what the President of Algeria, Houari Boumedienne, said in 1974: "The wombs of our women will give us victory". They dream of conquering Europe through demography instead of terror -- and it seems they are succeeding.

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THE AMERICAN LEFT'S POLITICAL MYTHS AND LIES: Conspiracy theories abound while media ignore the real story

The Democrats, the corrupt mainstream corporate media, and some Republican NeverTrump bitter-enders are still so addled by losing the 2016 election that they have lost themselves in lies, space-alien autopsies, and earthling abductions, as they continue to tell preposterous conspiracy theories straight out of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, while the real story––the illegal leaks of classified intelligence involving American citizens––is ignored.

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