Thought for the day: Totalitarians never view themselves as totalitarian. Utopians believe fervently that what they are forcing upon others is for their own good. Such is the content of this article. If you’ve not heard of the World Economic Forum, I’d urge you to pay extremely close attention because they’ve been driving much of the mayhem you’ve experienced this year. Klaus Schwab, who is the founder of the World Economic Forum, and Thierry Malleret featured an article accompanying the
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The growing ESG movement is allowing the politically connected to profit, while laying the groundwork to prevent YOU from profiting from its dangerous stupidity…
Gold has remained a fundamental piece of culture among humans for thousands of years, although over time its uses have changed drastically. While it has held value to humans for millennia, its first recorded use as a medium of exchange was around 4000BC. From here it progressively became a cornerstone in the assets of individuals, families and even civilizations. Today gold has many applications but its most prominent use is as a store of wealth. As the above-ground supply is
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I watched with amusement as a man who goes by the name of Xi addressed the United Nations telling them to do more to combat “climate change”. “We aim to have CO2 emissions peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.” Unsurprisingly CNN, CNBC and the BBC dutifully published a series of glowing propaganda reports marvelling at the brilliance of the Chinese Communist Party’s “commitment” to the cause. And then true to form social media giants FaceBook and Twitter
I’ve been studying the breakup of Yugoslavia for many months now. It is, as far as I can tell, like a marriage. Complex. To be fair, grievances amongst different ethnic and religious groups had been simmering for hundreds of years before the last Yugoslavian civil war erupted, splintering the nation into its now multiple new parts. Going back in time a bit, context is needed… The Paris Peace Conference at the end of the first World War created “the Kingdom