Thursday, January 10, 2019

 

News Links, January 11, 2019

## Global Ponzi meltdown/House of Cards/global cooling/deflationary collapse ##
2019: World Economy Is Reaching Growth Limits; Expect Low Oil Prices, Financial Turbulence
Russia's central bank dumped $101 billion in U.S. holdings from its huge reserves, shifting into euros and yuan last spring amid a new round of U.S. sanctions.
Apple is reportedly cutting iPhone production by 10 percent between January and March


## Global unrest/mob rule/angry people/torches and pitchforks ##

Britain faces fresh food bottleneck if no Brexit deal

## Solutions ##
The Recession Will Be Unevenly Distributed
Those households, enterprises and organizations that have no debt, a very low cost basis and a highly flexible, adaptable structure will survive and even prosper.

## Environment/health ##
Arborists Have Cloned Ancient Redwoods From Their Massive Stumps
How the US Spent Billions to Change the Outcome of Elections Around the World: A Review
A Look Back at Clapper's Jan. 2017 'Assessment' on Russia-gate (Ray McGovern)
On the 2nd anniversary of the "assessment" blaming Russia for "collusion" with Trump there is still no evidence other than showing the media "colluded" with the spooks.
I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone
T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T are selling access to their customers' location data, and that data is ending up in the hands of bounty hunters and others not authorized to possess it, letting them track most phones in the country.
A Majority of Americans Do Not Believe the Official 9/11 Story

## Propaganda/censorship/fake news/alternative facts ##
If We Can No Longer Tell the Truth, We've Failed
The Gulag Archipelago is not a distant memory; it lives on in every modern state, cloaked with modern-day technologies and the well-worn tools of suppression.

## Japan ##
Is Japan's Foreign Workforce Really Growing Rapidly? Understanding the Government Statistics Behind the Myth
Russia accuses Japan of whipping up tensions in islands dispute
Number of flu patients tops warning level in Japan, suggesting outbreak imminent
More Reasons Why a New Base Must Not/Cannot Be Built at Henoko, Okinawa
All under Heaven, China's challenge to the Westphalian system
Beijing is tweaking the rules of the Western order to truly reflect its reconquered geopolitical and economic power, but some Americans see this as a threat to their way of life.
China imposes blockchain rules to enable 'orderly development'
Chinese blockchain platforms will have to censor content, allow authorities access to stored data and check the identity of users under rules set out on Thursday by Beijing.
Despite a police crackdown on scooter crime, the crime rate remains extremely high in the capital.
Hunger in UK 'significant and growing' but ministers failing to act, MPs warn
Ministers accused of letting food poverty 'fall between the cracks' as one in five British children living in a food insecure home
Solar panel households to be paid for surplus power under new scheme



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