Blog/International News

Greece Rushes to Repay Debt as Rates Rise

As the European Central Bank (ECB) finally begins to raise rates, Greece is rushing to repay its outstanding debt. The failure to consolidate eurozone debt hurt the [...]

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De-Energization Plans in California – Lights Out

California sent out an emergency public notification to warn residents that the power grid was under a strain. Since people are likely unwilling to turn off their [...]

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Ukraine General Warns of Nuclear War

QUESTION: Reuters is now saying that the Ukrainian general says Russia will use tactical nukes. What do you see as the risk? PC ANSWER: You would think that someone [...]

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For Those Who Do Not Remember 9/11

Those in college do not recall 9/11/01. College freshmen were only three or four years old at the time of the attack. They do not recall the ongoing search for [...]

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Is Russia Losing?

The Ukrainian army is at least one-third larger than it was last year and some claim it has doubled in size. They have been concentrating their effort, not on the [...]

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Tucker’s View of Queen Elizabeth II

  The death of Queen Elizabeth II is truly the end of an era. Unfortunately, now Charles III is influenced by none other than Kaus Schwab. Just as James Bond [...]

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The Time of Separation of the USA is Rapidly Approaching

QUESTION: Marty, is Steve Bannon another pre-election ploy to put a spike in the heart of Republicans for the elections? ZB ANSWER: Of course. Claiming that you [...]

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Deutsche Bank CEO Says a Recession is Inevitable

Yet another head of the financial system is coming out and warning that a recession is inevitable. Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing echoed the words of BoE’s [...]

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The Death of Queen Elizabeth II

The world’s longest-ruling monarch has passed away at the age of 96 at her Balmoral Castle home in Scotland. Queen Elizabeth II saw 15 prime ministers come and [...]

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British Pound Falls to 37-Year Low

The Bank of England has admitted defeat, admitting they cannot prevent a recession. The pound fell to the lowest level against the USD on Wednesday afternoon after [...]

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