Interview with Michael Hudson

Interview with Michael Hudson

Michael Hudson is an American economist, Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, former Wall Street analyst, political consultant, commentator and journalist. He is a contributor to The Hudson Report, a weekly economic and financial news podcast. (1.) You made some predictions in our...
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Fresh Missile Barrage Leaves Cities Across Ukraine Without Power Or Water

Fresh Missile Barrage Leaves Cities Across Ukraine Without Power Or Water

Russia launches at least 76 missiles at critical infrastructure. Commander of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Gen. Valeriy Zaluzhnyi tallied that Russia launched 76 missiles at critical infrastructure throughout the country. He then claimed that national air defen...
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Emmanuel Macron Comes Clean: “We Need A Single Global Order”

Emmanuel Macron Comes Clean: “We Need A Single Global Order”

In case you still think it’s a conspiracy theory that our “elites” want a single global order, here’s French President Emmanuel Macron (ex-banker at Rothschild & Co.) yesterday at the APEC summit: “We are in a jungle and we have...
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Central bank strategies deployed since the financial crisis are destroying the real economy, worsening inequality, and creating societal chaos

Central bank strategies deployed since the financial crisis are destroying the real economy, worsening inequality, and creating societal chaos

Nomi Prins warns that central bank strategies deployed since the financial crisis are destroying the real economy, worsening inequality, and creating societal chaos. Economist, journalist, and former Wall Street exec Nomi Prins is here to explain the inexpl...
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Algeria applies to join BRICS

Algeria applies to join BRICS

Algeria has reportedly filed an official application to join the BRICS group of major emerging economies. News website Al-Shouruk said the announcement came from Leila Zerrouki, the Foreign Ministry’s special envoy for international partnerships, speaking on...
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Guantanamo’s Oldest Detainee Freed After 20 Years With No Charges

Guantanamo’s Oldest Detainee Freed After 20 Years With No Charges

The United States on Saturday released the oldest prisoner who was held for two decades at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba – after his arrest in Thailand in 2003 soon after the so-called “Global War on Terror” was launched. 75-year old Saifullah...
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All of Western Europe is capable of producing 4 tanks per month

All of Western Europe is capable of producing 4 tanks per month

No, this is not a joke. As the war in Ukraine continues, replacing combat losses becomes an increasingly difficult for both warring parties. The warring party of NATO (by proxy) + Ukraine (yes insiders and analysts know that this is...
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US Hits Chinese Firms With New Sanctions Over Iranian Oil

US Hits Chinese Firms With New Sanctions Over Iranian Oil

The US has slapped new sanctions on Chinese firms related to Iran’s petrochemical and petroleum trade, after years of reports of Chinese tankers engaged in sanctions-busting activity, and at a moment that a finalized restored JCPOA nuclear deal has all but....
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New Zealand Prime Minister Calls For A Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Calls For A Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is the latest liberal leader to call for an international alliance to censor speech. Unsatisfied with the unprecedented corporate censorship of social media companies, leaders like Hillary Clinton have turned from pr...
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John Pilger: Silencing the Lambs – How Propaganda Works

John Pilger: Silencing the Lambs – How Propaganda Works

By John Pilger In the 1970s, I met one of Hitler’s leading propagandists, Leni Riefenstahl, whose epic films glorified the Nazis. We happened to be staying at the same lodge in Kenya, where she was on a photography assignment, having...
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Russian ‘De-Dollarization’ Escalates

Russian ‘De-Dollarization’ Escalates

Begins “strategic” plan to buy billions In “friendly” currencies. Ever since March 2018, when Moscow dumped practically all of its US Treasury holdings, Russia has been at the forefront of a global process of ‘de-dollarization&#82...
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The faux “fact-checking” organizations are directly funded by Washington

The faux “fact-checking” organizations are directly funded by Washington

Most of the fact-checking organizations Facebook has partnered with to monitor and regulate information about Ukraine are directly funded by the U.S. government, either through the U.S. Embassy or via the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED). In li...
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The Destiny of Civilization: Michael Hudson on Finance Capitalism

The Destiny of Civilization: Michael Hudson on Finance Capitalism

Michael Hudson is the president of the Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends. He is an economist and an author. Some people probably already know him, but the book probably most famously Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of...
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SDF Commander Says His Forces Will Fight Beside Syrian Army All Over Northern Syria

SDF Commander Says His Forces Will Fight Beside Syrian Army All Over Northern Syria

The Commander-in-Chief of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Ferhat Abdi Sahin has threatened Turkey with a full blown battle all over northern Syria if it launches a new military operation in the region. Speaking at a press conference on...
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Money can be printed, food cannot

Money can be printed, food cannot

G-7 pledges $4.5 billion to tackle food insecurity. Group of Seven leaders have agreed to spend $4.5 billion on addressing food security issues around the globe exacerbated by rising grain and food costs following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. . The...
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