Sunday, March 12, 2017


News Links, March 13, 2017

## Global Ponzi meltdown/House of Cards/global cooling/deflationary collapse ##
Deutsche Bank Tries to Stay Alive
A gold bar in the hand is worth more than cash in the bank if we go cashless.
The Strategic Triangle that Is Changing the World
While the world continues to decipher, or digest, the new Trump presidency, important changes are afoot within the grand strategic triangle that lies between Russia, Iran and China

## Global unrest/mob rule/angry people/torches and pitchforks ##
South Korea President Scandal: Park's Impeachment Protests Kill Two

## Intelligence/security/internet/cyberwar ##
The Conflict within the Deep State Just Broke into Open Warfare
The battle raging in the Deep State isn't just a bureaucratic battle--it's a war for the soul, identity and direction of the nation.
Rep. Maxine Waters Walks Back Claim Russia Dossier Is 'Absolutely True'
The Left's great Russian conspiracy theory
The 'Speech Police' Grows In Power
A Flawed UN Investigation on Syria
U.N. investigators increasingly make their conclusions fall in line with Western propaganda, especially on the war in Syria, as occurred in a distorted report about last year's attack on an aid convoy.
The Five Blinding Myths About Iran

## Systemic breakdown/collapse/unsustainability ##
Two dead in new Italy motorway bridge collapse, second collapse in four months
As Millions Of Venezuelans Try To Flee The Country They Run Into A Problem
While shortages of basic foods, medicines, and toilet paper may be a major societal problem, the people of Venezuela face an even more existential problem: the nation now lacks the materials to meet the soaring demand for new passports – making it almost impossible to leave the socialist utopia.
Don't laugh. Venezuela is an important bellwether. The only question is who's next. -- RF

## Japan ##
Fukushima News: High Nuclear Reactor Radiation Fails To Bring Out Melted Fuel
Saudi king's Japanese visit is about much more than oil
Big data to get intellectual property protection in Japan
Companies would be freer to sell information they now collect and hoard
The Japanese government is taking steps that would make data on where your car has been driven or where your mobile phone has been the intellectual property of the companies that collect and store it.
Only 6% of Fukushima nuclear disaster compensation paid by TEPCO

## US ##
Madness: This controversial way to finance college may be getting more popularThese students pay for college by selling a percentage of their future income to a backer
There are 10 million American males between the age of 24 and 64 who have literally dropped out of the workforce.
Although not to excuse the Chinese, their annual report on US human rights always raises good points. -- RF
The Democrats' Dangerous Diversion
The Democrats won't admit that they lost to Donald Trump because they ran a deeply flawed, corporate-oriented candidate, so they blame Russia instead, a very dangerous diversion.

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