Blog/International News

Election Recount & Fraud

The recount in Florida is expected to show nearly 3,000 votes less than before. This really highlights the entire problem with elections. If we can buy from Amazon [...]

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BREXIT v EU

Dominic Raab, who was the negotiator in BEXIT told the chief whip straight after cabinet yesterday that he would quit. He said the prime minister could still change [...]

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Raab Resigns from BREXIT negotiations – May is tottering on Losing the PM Post

The British pound has dropped 1% today and is trading in the mid 127 level. The rumor running around the City (the financial sector in London) is that Prime [...]

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CNN v White House

CNN has filed suit over Trump banning Acosta from the White House claiming they have a First Amendment right. Trump says CNN’s Jim Acosta is ‘bad for [...]

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Attorney Michael Avenatti ARRESTED for alleged Domestic Violence

Attorney Michael Avenatti, who became famous for representing Stormy Daniels in her defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump, and has brought other women [...]

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The Rise of Nationalism

Part of the War Cycle we have been warning about since it turned upward in 2014, is not merely international tensions between nation-states.  This particular [...]

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Hillary to Run Again in 2020

Yes, the rumors are True. Hillary is indeed planning on running again in 2020. She will throw her Pants-Suit into the ring. I have been hearing that for months now [...]

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Poland to Break with EU by 2020?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; When you were here last giving lectures in Poland, you said that we should leave the EU, retain our currency, and focus on our ties to the [...]

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The Realist View of the Midterms

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Your take on the midterm elections is that the Democrats really failed and simply won a symbolic victory? Thank you IE ANSWER: Yes. The [...]

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Italy Refuses to Yield to Brussels – Is Another Exit in the Works?

Italy is arguing that it will retain its budget and refers to how both France and Germany exceeded their budgets and the Commission disregard the Maastricht treaty [...]

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